Rover LR3 2007 Owner Manual

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OWNER’S HANDBOOK

Publication Part No. LRL 18 02 53 701

This handbook forms part of the Owner literature supplied with your new vehicle.

The Quick start section is designed to rapidly familiarise the driver with the initial set up and also explain some of the unique features. Please take the time to study the operating instructions with your vehicle as soon as you can.

Important

The information contained in this handbook covers all vehicle derivatives and optional equipment. Some of the options may not be fitted to your vehicle unless they formed part of the original vehicle specification. Therefore some parts of this handbook may not apply to your vehicle. Furthermore, due to printing cycles, it may include descriptions of options before they become generally available.

The information contained in this publication was correct when it went to print. Vehicle design changes may have been made after this handbook was printed. When this occurs a handbook supplement is added to the literature pack. Subsequent updates can be viewed on the Land Rover Internet site at; www.ownerinfo.landrover.com.

In the interest of development, the right is reserved to change specifications, design or equipment at any time without notice and without incurring any obligations. This publication, or part thereof, may not be reproduced nor translated without our approval. Errors and omissions excepted.

© Land Rover 2006

All rights reserved.

Published by Land Rover Technical Communications.

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Contents

Quick start

 

QUICK START ...................................................

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Gas station information

 

GAS STATION INFORMATION.........................

35

Introduction

 

SYMBOLS GLOSSARY....................................

37

LABEL LOCATIONS.........................................

37

HEALTH AND SAFETY.....................................

38

DATA RECORDING..........................................

39

PARTS AND ACCESSORIES............................

39

CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65

 

WARNING .......................................................

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REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS

 

(U.S. ONLY) ....................................................

41

REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS

 

(CANADA ONLY) .............................................

41

Keys and remote controls

 

PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION ............................

42

GENERAL INFORMATION ON RADIO

 

FREQUENCIES ................................................

43

USING THE KEY..............................................

43

PROGRAMMING THE REMOTE CONTROL......

44

Locks

 

LOCKING AND UNLOCKING............................

46

Engine immobiliser

 

PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION ............................

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CODED KEYS ..................................................

48

Alarm

 

PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION ............................

49

ARMING THE ALARM .....................................

49

SWITCHING OFF THE ALARM.........................

50

PANIC ALARM ................................................

50

Seats

 

SITTING IN THE CORRECT POSITION ............

51

ELECTRIC SEATS............................................

52

HEAD RESTRAINTS ........................................

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REAR SEATS...................................................

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HEATED SEATS...............................................

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Seat belts

 

GENERAL INFORMATION ...............................

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SEAT BELT REMINDER ..................................

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FASTENING THE SEAT BELTS ........................

64

SEAT BELT HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT ................

65

USING SEAT BELTS DURING PREGNANCY....

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Supplementary restraint systems

 

PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION............................

66

SIDE AIR BAGS ..............................................

69

CURTAIN AIR BAGS .......................................

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OCCUPANT DETECTION .................................

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PASSENGER AIR BAG STATUS INDICATOR...

70

AIR BAG WARNING LAMP .............................

71

AIR BAG WARNING LABELS ..........................

71

AIR BAG SERVICE INFORMATION..................

72

Child safety

 

CHILD SEATS .................................................

73

LATCH ANCHOR POINTS................................

75

CHILD SAFETY LOCKS ...................................

77

Steering wheel

 

ADJUSTING THE STEERING WHEEL ..............

78

HORN .............................................................

78

AUDIO CONTROL ...........................................

78

VOICE RECOGNITION .....................................

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CRUISE CONTROL..........................................

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Lighting

 

GENERAL INFORMATION ...............................

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LIGHTING CONTROL ......................................

81

FRONT FOG LAMPS........................................

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REAR FOG LAMPS..........................................

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HAZARD WARNING FLASHERS......................

83

ADAPTIVE FRONT LIGHTING SYSTEM (AFS). 83

DIRECTION/TURN INDICATORS.....................

85

INTERIOR LAMPS ..........................................

86

REMOVING A HEADLAMP ..............................

87

REMOVING A REAR LAMP .............................

88

CHANGING A BULB ........................................

89

BULB SPECIFICATION CHART........................

98

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Wipers and washers

 

WINDSHIELD WIPERS ...................................

99

RAIN SENSOR ..............................................

100

WINDSHIELD WASHERS..............................

100

REAR WINDOW WIPER AND WASHERS......

101

ADJUSTING THE WINDSHIELD WASHER

 

JETS .............................................................

102

HEADLAMP WASHERS.................................

102

CHECKING THE WIPER BLADES ..................

102

CHANGING THE WIPER BLADES..................

103

Windows and mirrors

 

ELECTRIC WINDOWS...................................

104

ELECTRIC EXTERIOR MIRRORS ..................

105

INTERIOR MIRROR ......................................

107

Information displays

 

TRIP COMPUTER .........................................

108

PERSONALISED SETTINGS..........................

109

INFORMATION MESSAGES ..........................

110

Climate control

 

AIR VENTS ...................................................

112

AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL.................

114

REAR PASSENGER CLIMATE CONTROLS....

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HEATED WINDOWS AND MIRRORS ............

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ELECTRIC SUNROOF ....................................

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Convenience features

 

SUN VISORS ................................................

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SUN BLINDS.................................................

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INSTRUMENT LIGHTING DIMMER...............

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CLOCK ..........................................................

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CIGAR LIGHTER ...........................................

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ASHTRAY .....................................................

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AUXILIARY POWER SOCKETS .....................

123

CUP HOLDERS .............................................

124

CENTRE CONSOLE .......................................

125

COOL BOX ....................................................

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STORAGE COMPARTMENTS........................

127

MEMORY FUNCTION....................................

128

GARAGE DOOR TRANSCEIVER ....................

129

Starting the engine

 

GENERAL INFORMATION..............................

133

STARTER SWITCH ........................................

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STEERING WHEEL LOCK ..............................

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STARTING THE ENGINE ................................

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Transmission

 

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION .......................

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TRANSFER GEARBOX ...................................

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Brakes

 

PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION ..........................

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HINTS ON DRIVING WITH ABS.....................

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ELECTRIC PARKING BRAKE (EPB) ...............

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Parking aid

 

PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION ..........................

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USING THE PARKING AID.............................

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Driving hints

 

BREAKING-IN................................................

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GENERAL DRIVING POINTS..........................

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REDUCED ENGINE PERFORMANCE ..............

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ECONOMICAL DRIVING ................................

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Cruise control

 

PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION ..........................

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USING CRUISE CONTROL.............................

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Stability control

 

PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION ..........................

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USING STABILITY CONTROL ........................

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Traction control

 

PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION ..........................

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Hill descent control (HDC)

 

PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION ..........................

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USING HDC ...................................................

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Terrain response

 

PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION ..........................

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USING TERRAIN RESPONSE ........................

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Air suspension

 

PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION ..........................

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ADJUSTING THE SUSPENSION ....................

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AIR SUSPENSION MESSAGES .....................

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Fuel and refuelling

 

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ................................

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TYPE OF FUEL...............................................

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RUNNING OUT OF FUEL ...............................

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FUEL FILLER FLAP........................................

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REFUELLING.................................................

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FUEL CUT-OFF ..............................................

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CATALYTIC CONVERTER ..............................

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Load carrying

 

GENERAL INFORMATION .............................

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LUGGAGE ANCHOR POINTS.........................

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REAR LOADSPACE HATCHES.......................

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LUGGAGE COVERS.......................................

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Towing

 

TOWING A TRAILER .....................................

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GEAR CHANGING..........................................

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LEVELLING ...................................................

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ESSENTIAL TOWING CHECKS ......................

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RECOMMENDED TOWING WEIGHTS ...........

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DETACHABLE TOW BALL .............................

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TRAILER HITCH ............................................

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Vehicle care

 

CLEANING THE EXTERIOR ...........................

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CLEANING THE INTERIOR ............................

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REPAIRING MINOR PAINT DAMAGE ............

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Maintenance

 

GENERAL INFORMATION .............................

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OPENING AND CLOSING THE HOOD ............

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ENGINE COMPARTMENT OVERVIEW ...........

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UNDER HOOD COVERS ................................

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ENGINE OIL CHECK ......................................

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ENGINE COOLANT CHECK ............................

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BRAKE FLUID CHECK ...................................

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POWER STEERING FLUID CHECK ................

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WASHER FLUID CHECK................................

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Vehicle battery

 

BATTERY WARNING SYMBOLS ...................

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BATTERY CARE ............................................

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USING BOOSTER CABLES............................

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CHARGING THE VEHICLE BATTERY.............

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CHANGING THE VEHICLE BATTERY.............

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Wheels and tires

 

GENERAL INFORMATION .............................

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CHANGING A ROAD WHEEL.........................

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TIRE CARE....................................................

225

TIRE INFORMATION LABELS .......................

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UNIFORM TIRE QUALITY GRADING.............

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TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM.....

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USING SNOW CHAINS .................................

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TIRE GLOSSARY ..........................................

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Fuses

 

FUSE BOX LOCATIONS.................................

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CHANGING A FUSE.......................................

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FUSE SPECIFICATION CHART ......................

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Vehicle recovery

 

TOWING POINTS..........................................

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LASHING POINTS.........................................

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TRANSPORTING THE VEHICLE ....................

250

TOWING THE VEHICLE ON FOUR WHEELS..

250

Vehicle identification

 

VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (VIN)...

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Technical specifications

 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ......................

253

Audio introduction

 

RADIO RECEPTION.......................................

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Audio unit overview

 

AUDIO UNIT OVERVIEW...............................

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Audio unit operation

 

ON/OFF CONTROL ........................................

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VOLUME CONTROL......................................

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BASS/TREBLE CONTROL .............................

262

BALANCE/FADE CONTROL ...........................

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STATION PRESET BUTTONS ........................

265

WAVEBAND BUTTON ...................................

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AUTOSTORE CONTROL................................

266

RADIO BROADCAST DATA SYSTEM (RBDS) 267

PTY PROGRAMME TYPES............................

268

Compact disc player

 

LOADING COMPACT DISCS .........................

270

EJECTING SINGLE COMPACT DISC .............

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EJECTING MULTIPLE COMPACT DISCS.......

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COMPACT DISC SELECTION ........................

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COMPACT DISC PLAYBACK .........................

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TRACK SELECTION.......................................

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COMPACT DISC PAUSE................................

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FAST FORWARD/REVERSE ..........................

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COMPACT DISC FUNCTION MENU...............

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SHUFFLE/RANDOM ......................................

275

REPEAT COMPACT DISC TRACKS ...............

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COMPACT DISC TRACK SCANNING .............

276

MP3 FILE PLAYBACK ...................................

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Rear passenger controls

 

REAR SEAT CONTROLS ...............................

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HEADPHONES ..............................................

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Auxiliary input (AUX IN) socket

 

AUXILIARY INPUT (AUX IN) SOCKET...........

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Satellite radio

 

SATELLITE DIGITAL RADIO..........................

282

SATELLITE RADIO CONTROLS.....................

283

SATELLITE RADIO SUBSCRIPTION..............

284

SATELLITE RADIO DISPLAY ........................

284

RECEIVING SATELLITE RADIO

 

BROADCASTS ..............................................

286

SATELLITE RADIO MENU FUNCTIONS.........

291

Voice recognition

 

PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION..........................

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USING THE SYSTEM ....................................

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AUDIO UNIT COMMANDS ............................

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QUICK START

Remote control

Dependent upon specification and vehicle configuration, the operation of the remote control may differ from the following.

LAN0604

Press once to lock all doors and arm the alarm.

Press once to deactivate the alarm and unlock the driver’s door (Single point entry).

A second press will unlock all other doors.

Customer configurable button. Can be programmed to remotely operate one of the following functions:

Headlamp on (default).

Panic alarm.

Air suspension.

See PROGRAMMING THE REMOTE CONTROL

(page 44).

Single point entry

This is a security feature that unlocks only the driver’s door. It can be disabled on individual remote controls by simultaneously pressing and holding the lock and unlock buttons for three seconds. The vehicle will lock and then unlock in the currently selected mode to confirm the change.

You can now unlock all doors with a single press. Repeating the procedure will re-enable Single point entry.

Automatic relock

If the vehicle is unlocked with the remote control, it will automatically relock and arm the alarm if a door or the tailgate is not opened within one minute.

Key blade

Press button (arrowed in illustration) to release the key blade.

Remote control battery

The remote control battery is rechargeable and should never need replacement. The battery is recharged whenever the key is in the starter switch and the engine running.

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Central locking

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2

LAN0605

Master lock and unlock switches

1.Press to unlock all doors and tailgate.

2.Press to lock all doors and tailgate.

Speed-related locking

If enabled, the doors and tailgate will automatically lock when the vehicle's speed exceeds 8 km/h (5 mph).

This feature can be disabled or enabled in the Settings option accessed via the trip computer.

Tailgate

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2

LAN0606

Opening the upper tailgate

With all the doors unlocked, press the release switch 1 on the underside of the exterior handle and pull to open.

Opening the lower tailgate

With the upper tailgate open, press the touch pad 2 on the lower tailgate waist moulding.

Operating note

If the tailgate is locked/unlocked 10 times within a short period, the latch will be disabled for approximately one minute, to protect the battery and lock mechanism.

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the starter key is turned to position 0.
the driver’s door is opened or closed, or
The position of the seat can be adjusted when the starter key is in position I or II. In addition, the seats have a 15 minute (10 minutes for a driver's seat with seat memory) active period initiated when:
Driver's seat adjustment
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Hood

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2

LAN0607

Opening

Pull the hood release lever 1 located on the left-hand side of the vehicle.

Lift the hood safety catch lever 2, located on the front edge of the hood beneath the centre point of the words LAND ROVER, and raise the hood.

Closing

Lower the hood until the safety catch engages. Using both hands, press the hood down until the catches click.

Check that both catches 3 are engaged by trying to lift the front edge of the hood.

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LAN0698N

1.Seat forward/backward, cushion height and front tilt control switch.

2.Backrest adjustment switch.

3.Lower backrest lumbar support control.

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Driving position memory (when fitted)

Once you have adjusted the power operated driver's seat and exterior mirrors for your ideal driving position, the vehicle can memorise these settings for future use.

 

 

 

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Lazy entry

When this feature is enabled, the vehicle stores the seating and mirror positions for each remote control. Next time the vehicle is unlocked using a remote control, the position of the seat and mirrors will adjust to the last used position.

This feature can be disabled or enabled in the Settings option accessed via the trip computer.

Steering column adjustment

LAN0699G

1.Press the memory store button 1 to activate the memory function for five seconds.

2.Press one of the preset buttons 2 within five seconds to memorise the current settings.

Memory Stored will be displayed on the message centre accompanied by an audible chime to confirm the settings have been memorised.

Operating note

A seat position will only be memorised during the five second active period.

Any existing settings will be over-written when programming a memory position.

LAN0615

1.Move the lever located under the steering wheel fully downward.

2.Adjust the height and reach of the steering wheel to the desired position.

3.Move the lever fully up to lock the position of the wheel.

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Windows and Door mirrors

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2

LAN0700N

To open a window, press and hold the respective switch.

To close the window, pull and hold the switch.

Window movement can be stopped at any time by releasing the switch.

The front windows have a one touch facility that allows them to be fully opened or closed with a single operation of the switch. Firmly press or lift the switch and release. Movement can be stopped by briefly operating the switch again.

Press the right-hand side of switch 2 to inhibit the operation of the rear window switches.

Resonance with lowered windows

If a resonance/booming sound occurs when a rear window is open, lowering an adjacent front window about 25 mm (1 inch) will eliminate the condition.

Door mirror adjustment

To adjust the mirrors, rotate the mirror adjustment knob 1 left or right to select the appropriate mirror. Move the knob in any direction to adjust the position of the mirror glass.

Reverse automatic mirror dip (when fitted)

With the feature enabled, when reverse gear is selected the door mirrors will dip.

The dip position of the door mirrors can be personalised as follows.

1.Turn the starter switch to position I or II. Do not start the engine.

2.Select/store a driver’s seat memory position. See ELECTRIC SEATS (page 52).

3.Select reverse gear, the door mirrors will adjust to a preset position.

4.Adjust the mirrors to the required dipped position.

5.Perform a memory store procedure on the currently selected driver’s seat position.

DOOR MIRROR DIP STORED will be displayed on the message centre accompanied by a single chime.

This feature can be disabled or enabled in the Settings option accessed via the trip computer. See TRIP COMPUTER (page 108).

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Overhead console

2 1

LAN0702N

Courtesy lamps

If automatic mode is enabled, the front and rear courtesy lamps will operate in conjunction with the vehicle being unlocked/locked or when a door is opened.

The courtesy lamps can be manually switched on/off by pressing and releasing the centre lamp switch (arrowed in illustration).

Automatic mode

Automatic mode for the courtesy lamps can be enabled/disabled by pressing and holding the centre lamp switch for more than three seconds.

A message will be displayed in the message centre advising you of the currently set mode.

Interior lamps

The interior lamps can be switched on/off by pressing the switch adjacent to the lamp.

Sunroof

To open the sunroof:

Press and release the rear of the switch 1 to open the roof to the tilt position.

Press and release the rear of the switch again to open the roof fully.

To close the sunroof:

Press and release the front of the switch 2 to close the roof to the tilt position.

Press and hold the front of the switch again to close the roof fully.

If the sunroof is moving, it can be stopped by pressing the switch again.

Operating note

The sunroof can be operated with the starter key in position I or II and for 40 seconds after position 0 has been selected, providing that neither front door has been opened.

With the starter key in position I or 0, the switch will need to be pressed and held until the roof reaches the desired position.

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Rear view mirror

Some rear view mirrors are fitted with a feature that will automatically darken to counteract glare from the headlamps of a following vehicle.

This feature is temporarily switched off when reverse gear is selected.

Homelink® transmitter

1

2

E83587

1.Status indicator (Red = transmitting)

2.Channel buttons

The buttons 2 can be programmed to transmit radio frequencies that can operate external devices, i.e. garage doors, entry gates, security systems.

For more information, refer to See GARAGE DOOR TRANSCEIVER (page 129).

Seat belts and child restraints

The use of front and rear seat belts is mandatory in most countries. Using seat belts saves lives. They should be worn by all occupants whenever the vehicle is in use.

A warning light on the instrument pack will illuminate to alert you that

the driver's and/or front passenger's seat belt is unbuckled. Dependent upon specification this may be accompanied by an intermittent chime.

Automatic locking reels (ALR)

All passenger seat belts have ALR fitted for use with child seats or securing large items.

To engage: extend belt to maximum length to enable locking mechanism.

Allow seat belt to retract onto the child seat/item (a clicking sound will be heard as the belt retracts). Ensure there is no slack by pressing the seat/item firmly into the vehicle seat.

To disengage: unbuckle belt and allow belt to fully retract.

With ALR enabled, as the seat belt retracts, it will automatically lock preventing re-extension.

Ensure passengers do not fully extend the restraints and inadvertently engage this feature during normal use.

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Child Seats

It is important to remember that the child's weight, rather than age, determines the type of seat that is required. See CHILD SEATS (page 73).

Recommended child seat

Land Rover strongly recommends the use of LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren) child seats.

LATCH child seats can only be fitted in the second-row outer seating positions.

Passenger airbag deactivation

PASS

AIRBAG

OFF

PASS

AIR BAG

OFF

LAN0703N

The front passenger seat is fitted with an occupancy sensor system that determines the state of seat occupancy and sets the airbag status to suit.

Seat unoccupied - airbag deactivated and indicator off.

Seat occupied - airbag activated and indicator off.

Seat occupied by child seat or low weight object - airbag deactivated and indicator on.

Operating note

If the indicator becomes permanently illuminated when the seat is empty, please contact your Land Rover Dealer immediately.

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Quick start

Heating and ventilation

These are the primary functions of the heating and ventilation system. Dependent upon specification, the control panel may differ from those shown.

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1

2

LAN0618

Air conditioning

Air conditioning is an integral part of the heating and ventilation system, providing cooled and dehumidified air for occupant comfort. The dry airflow is effective in preventing misting of windows and is also beneficial at low external temperatures.

Air conditioning is automatically switched on and controlled whenever the system is not operating in economy mode.

External water deposits

The air conditioning system removes moisture from the air and deposits excess water beneath the vehicle. Puddles may form, but this is normal and no cause for concern.

AUTO mode

Press AUTO to select automatic operation of the system, both LEDs in the switch will illuminate.

The system will adjust the heat output, blower speed, air intake and airflow distribution to maintain the selected temperature(s) and reduce misting without further adjustments.

The air distribution and blower controls can be operated to override the automatic settings. This will extinguish the appropriate LED in the AUTO control.

Recommended mode

Select AUTO as the normal operating mode. This will help prevent window misting and odours from the climate control system.

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Temperature selection

Rotate the controls 1 to adjust the temperature for the respective side of the passenger compartment.

Operating note

On the automatic system, it is not possible to achieve a temperature differential of more than 4°C (7°F) between the left and right.

Blower speed

Rotate the blower control 2 to adjust airflow through the vents. As the control is adjusted, LEDs will illuminate to indicate which of the eight possible speeds is currently selected.

Air distribution control

Press to select the desired distribution setting. An LED will illuminate in the switch.

Windshield and side window vents

Face level vents

Foot level vents

More than one setting can be selected to achieve the desired distribution.

OFF

Press to switch the system off. An LED will illuminate in the switch to show this condition.

Press again to return the system to its previous operating mode. The system will also be reactivated by using the AUTO, blower speed, air distribution or defrost controls.

Defrost mode

Press to remove frost or heavy

misting from the windshield. The system will automatically adjust the

blower output for maximum clearing, in addition the rear window and windshield heaters will be activated.

Press again to switch off defrost mode. The rear screen and windshield heaters will remain on.

Air recirculation

Press once to activate air recirculation. An LED will illuminate in the switch.

Press again to return to fresh air intake.

Economy mode

Press button to put the system into economy mode. An LED will

illuminate in the switch to show this

condition.

In economy mode air conditioning is switched off. This reduces the load on the engine, thereby improving fuel consumption.

Heated windshield (when fitted)

Press to operate. An LED in the switch will illuminate whilst operating.

The heater will automatically switch off after a preset interval.

Heated rear window

Press to operate. An LED in the switch will illuminate whilst operating.

The heater will automatically switch off after a preset interval.

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Seat heaters

Press the relevant button to operate the required seat heater at high level. Both LEDs will illuminate.

Press a second time to heat the seat at a lower level. One LED will extinguish.

Press a third time to switch off.

Rear environment

Press once to activate automatic mode in which the comfort level for

the rear passengers is controlled from the front. The upper LED will be illuminated.

Press a second time to pass control of the rear environment to the rear passengers control panel. The lower LED will be illuminated.

Press a third time to switch this feature off. Neither LED will be illuminated.

Exterior lamps master switch

3 4

1 2

AU

TO

A

B

LAN0642

1.Exterior lamps off

2.Sidelamps

3.Headlamps

4.Autolamps

In AUTO mode and the starter switch in position II, a sensor monitors the exterior light levels and will automatically switch the side lamps and dipped headlamps on and off as required.

A.Front fog lamps (if fitted)

B.Rear fog lamps

If front fog lamps are not fitted, the rear fog lamps will come on at position A.

Operating note

Fog lamps can not be operated if the lamps master switch is in AUTO.

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1.Direction/turn indicators/headlamps/trip computer switch

2.Cruise control switches

3.Instrument pack/warning indicators and message centre

4.Audio/telephone switches

5.Wiper/washer switch

6.Audio unit

7.Dynamic stability control (DSC) switch

8.Touch screen

9.Hazard warning switch

10.Master locking switches

11.Passenger airbag status indicator

12.Heater/air conditioning controls

13.Gear selector

14.Terrain response control switch

15.Transfer gearbox switch

16.Hill Descent Control switch

17.Air suspension control

18.Electric Parking Brake (EPB)

19.Starter switch

20.Steering column adjustment

21.Hood release lever

22.Exterior lamps master switch

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Quick start

Instrument pack

1

 

2

 

3

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EXT 23C

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8

 

7

 

6

 

 

5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LAN0709N

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.

Tachometer

6.

Trip recorder reset switch

 

2.

Temperature gauge

7.

Gear selector position display

 

3.

Fuel gauge

8.

Main message centre.

 

4.

Speedometer

9.

Warning indicators panel.

 

5.Total distance (odometer) and trip recorder

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Quick start

Tachometer

Indicates engine speed in revolutions per minute (x 1 000). In normal driving conditions the engine is most fuel efficient between 2 000 and 3 000 rev/min.

Temperature gauge

At normal operating temperature, the pointer is positioned midway between the red and blue segments of the gauge (the precise position will vary according to climatic conditions).

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If the pointer moves above the mid point, the engine coolant is becoming too hot. Should the pointer move into the red segment and the red warning indicator (arrowed) illuminates, severe engine damage could occur (under these circumstances the air conditioning may switch off and engine performance may reduce to minimise engine load).

Stop the vehicle as soon as safety permits, and allow the engine to idle until the warning indicator extinguishes and the pointer moves back to its normal position. If the problem persists, seek qualified assistance immediately.

Fuel gauge

CAUTION

Never allow vehicles to run out of fuel as the resultant misfire may destroy the catalytic converter.

When the starter switch is turned to position II, the pointer quickly rises to show the level of fuel in the tank.

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When the remaining fuel reaches a minimum of 12 litres (3 gallons), the amber low fuel warning indicator (arrowed) illuminates.

The remaining fuel should give a range of 80 km (50 miles).

The small arrow alongside the fuel pump symbol indicates the side of the vehicle on which the fuel filler is located.

Total distance (odometer) and trip recorder

Indicates the total distance travelled, and also shows the most recent individual journey distance.

Trip recorder reset switch

With the starter switch in position II, press to reset the trip recorder back to zero.

Selected gear display

The currently selected gear is displayed.

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Quick start

Warning indicators (attention)

If any of the following illuminates whilst driving a fault has been detected.

Battery charge indicator.

See page 154.

Low oil pressure.

See page 154.

Electric parking brake - USA.

See page 148.

Electric parking brake - Canada.

See page 148.

Brake systems - USA.

See page 145.

Brake systems - Canada.

See page 145.

Anti-lock Braking System.

See page 147.

Airbag system.

See page 71.

Engine management system.

See page 156.

Engine.

See page 156.

Suspension system.

See page 171.

Transmission.

See page 135.

Transmission temperature.

See page 135.

Hill Descent Control (HDC).

See page 162.

Low engine coolant level.

See page 204.

Dynamic Stability Control (DSC).

See page 159.

Adaptive front lighting system.

See page 83.

Tire Pressure Monitoring system.

See page 234.

Warning indicators (information)

The following will illuminate during normal driving to indicate that a particular system or feature is operating.

Seat belt reminder.

See page 64.

Door open.

See page 46.

Low screen washer level.

See page 208.

Low gear range selected.

See page 141.

Hill Descent Control (HDC) active. See page 162.

Cruise control active.

See page 157.

Direction/turn indicator.

See page 85.

Headlamp high beam on.

See page 81.

Sidelamps on.

See page 81.

Rear fog lamps on.

See page 82.

Front fog lamps on.

See page 82.

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Quick start

Steering column levers

5

3

 

2

 

1

0

4

A

B

LAN0637

Windshield wiper

1.Intermittent wipe or rain sensor operation

2.Normal speed operation

3.High speed operation

4.Single wipe - press and release to operate.

5.Rotate collar to adjust speed of intermittent wipe or sensitivity of the rain sensor

Intermittent wipe Rain sensor

Short delay

Most sensitive to

 

rain.

Long delay

Least sensitive to

 

rain.

Windshield washer

Press and release the button on the end of the lever to operate the windshield washer.

Press and hold the button to operate the windshield washer and wipers.

Rear wiper and washer

Pull the lever to position A for intermittent operation of the rear wiper. Pull and hold the lever in position B to operate the rear washer and wiper.

Direction/turn indicators/Headlamp high beam

LAN0640

Move the lever up or down to activate the direction/turn indicators.

Moving the lever up or down against spring pressure and then releasing will flash the indicators three times. Useful for lane changing.

Push the lever away from you to

select headlamp high beam. A warning indicator will illuminate on

the instrument panel.

Trip computer

Press the button on the end of the lever to cycle through the trip computer functions displayed on

the message centre.

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Quick start

Electric Parking Brake (EPB)

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Applying

With the vehicle stationary, pull up the parking brake lever and then release it. The red warning indicator in the instrument panel will illuminate.

Releasing

The starter switch must be in position I or II. Apply the foot brake and press down on the parking brake lever.

If the vehicle is stationary with the parking brake applied and either D (Drive) or R (Reverse) selected, pressing the accelerator will automatically release the parking brake.

Automatic transmission

Gearshift interlock

The starter switch must be in position II, the foot brake applied and the selector release button pressed before the gear selector can be moved from P (Park) to R (Reverse).

The gear selector must be in the P position before the starter key can be removed.

Sport mode

P

R

+ N

M

S D

-

LAN0644

In SPORT mode, automatic gear changing is maintained but the gearshift changes are modified to improve performance.

To select Sport mode, move the gear selector from the D position towards the left hand side of the vehicle.

The word SPORT will appear on the instrument pack display and the LED in the gear selector surround will illuminate.

When Sport is selected, the transmission will stay in lower gears for longer with downshifts occurring more readily.

Fuel consumption will be adversely affected. If Terrain Response is fitted, Sport mode is only available when the General program is selected.

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Quick start

CommandShift ™

CommandShift gear selection can be used as an alternative to automatic gear selection and is particularly effective when rapid acceleration or engine braking are required.

 

 

P

M

 

R

S

+

N

S

D

 

M

 

-

LAN0645

1.Select Sport mode. The transmission will automatically select the gear most appropriate to the vehicle’s road speed and accelerator position.

2.Moving the selector lever forward (+) or backward (-) and then releasing will manually select a higher or lower gear (when available). The message

TRANSMISSION COMMANDSHIFT SELECTED will appear in the message centre.

3.Subsequent gear selections will display the selected gear on the instrument pack display.

4.To deselect CommandShift mode, move the selector lever back to the D position.

Transfer gearbox

LAN0646

HIGH range should be used for all normal road driving and also for off-road driving across dry level

terrain.

LOW range should be used in situations where low speed manoeuvring is necessary, or in

extreme off-road conditions.

Range changing

The recommended method for range changing is with the vehicle stationary. With the engine running, and the main gearbox in N (Neutral), move the transfer gearbox lever to the required position and then release. The indicators on the switch and instrument pack display will flash during range changing. When range changing is complete a chime will sound and a message will be displayed on the message centre.

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Quick start

Hill Descent Control (HDC)

LAN0649

HDC operates in conjunction with the anti-lock braking system to provide greater control in off-road situations particularly when descending severe gradients.

Press the switch (arrowed in illustration) to select HDC. HDC can

be selected at speeds below

80 km/h (50 mph) but will not be fully active until the vehicle speed reduces below 50 km/h (30 mph), confirmed by a continuously illuminated HDC indicator in the instrument pack. Press the switch again to deselect HDC.

Air suspension

12

3

4

5

6

7

LAN0650

Vehicle height can be manually adjusted via the raise/lower lever 1. Height changes may only be made when the engine is running and the driver and passenger doors are closed.

Indicators 2 or 7 will illuminate to show the direction of movement. They extinguish when the height change movement is completed.

Off-road height 3, provides improved ground clearance and approach, departure and break-over angles.

On-road height 4, is the normal height for the vehicle.

Access height 5, lowers the vehicle to provide easier entry, exit and loading of the vehicle. This position may be selected up to 40 seconds after the starter switch is turned off.

Crawl (locked at Access height) 6, allows the vehicle to be driven at low speeds at access height, to give increased roof clearance.

Vehicle height will be automatically adjusted according to road speed in order to maintain driveability and handling.

Some Terrain Response programs will automatically adjust the suspension height.

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Quick start

Terrain response system

LAN0651

The Terrain Response system is always active and cannot be switched off. When the vehicle is started the system will normally start in the General program.

Manual selection of a special program, by rotating the knob, will provide benefits in how the vehicle can be driven over different surfaces or terrains by automatically adjusting the vehicle’s drive and suspension systems.

It is recommended that a special program be engaged whenever driving conditions could become difficult, and cancelled once the conditions for use are no longer present.

General

Suitable for surfaces that match

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typical road surfaces.

 

Grass-Gravel-Snow

Suitable for surfaces which are firm

but have a slippery surface, e.g. grass, snow, loose gravel, pebbles

or icy conditions.

Mud-Ruts

Suitable for soft, muddy, uneven or deeply rutted ground. It is

recommended that low range is selected on the Transfer gearbox.

Sand

Suitable for soft, predominantly dry, yielding sandy ground, e.g. sand dunes and deserts. If the sand is

damp or wet, the Mud-Ruts program may be more beneficial.

Rock Crawl

Only selectable when the transfer gearbox is in low range. Suitable for crossing wet or dry, solid unyielding

ground requiring high levels of wheel displacement, e.g. clusters of boulders or rocky river beds.

Wading

When wading through water, select the program suitable for the surface beneath the water. The maximum depth of the water should not exceed 600 mm (24 inches) with the suspension set to on-road height.

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Quick start

Cruise control

Cruise control enables the driver to maintain a constant road speed without using the accelerator pedal.

1

2

3

4

LAN0652

1.SET (+): to set a road speed or increase the speed in 2 km/h (1 mph) steps when cruise control is operating.

2.SET (-): to set a road speed or decrease the speed in 2 km/h (1 mph) steps when cruise control is operating.

3.RESUME: resumes a SET speed retained in memory.

4.CANCEL: cancel cruise control but retains the set speed in memory.

Cruise control will automatically disengage when the brake pedal is used or when the vehicle speed falls below 30 km/h (18 mph).

Audio units

1

LAN0657

Press the knob 1 to switch on/off and rotate to adjust volume.

Press the appropriate mode button to select

FM, AM, CD or AUX.

Press the or buttons to skip CD tracks or to search for a radio station. Press the

or buttons to search through a CD track or to manually tune to a radio station.

Steering wheel controls

1

2

3

4

LAN0658

1.Press to switch between Radio, CD or AUX.

2.Press to increase volume.

3.Press to decrease volume.

4.Press and release to scroll through preset radio stations or CD tracks. Press and hold for two seconds to search up or down for the next or previous radio station/CD track.

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Quick start

Sound settings

Radio operation

Bass

1 2 3 4 5 6

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Press the button repeatedly to scroll through the sound settings options. These options vary depending on specification of audio unit, but will include: Bass, Treble, Balance, Fader and Reset Tone Settings. Dependent upon audio unit specification, other options may be available.

With the desired sound setting displayed, rotate knob to adjust. Confirm new setting by pressing the button.

FM 14 :54

2 98.2 Autostore

1 2 3 4 5 6

LAN0662

Press either the FM or AM button to select the required waveband. Repeated presses of either button will scroll through the FM and AM waveband memory options.

Storing radio stations

To automatically store radio stations, press and hold either the FM or AM button. Autostore will be shown on the information display and the stations will be stored under the preset numbers in the selected waveband.

To recall a preset station, press and release one of the numbered preset buttons. See STATION PRESET BUTTONS (page 265).

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Quick start

CD operation

Compatible disc types

The use of discs with paper labels or double sided dual format discs (CD/DVD) should be avoided as they could become jammed.

1

2

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABC

DEF

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6CD-465

4

5

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GHI

JKL

MNO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CD 3

 

 

 

 

14 : 54

 

7

8

9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

T r

1 5

 

2 : 43

 

 

 

PQRS

TUV

WXYZ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

0

 

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LAN0664

Loading CDs

The audio unit features an integral 6-disc autochanger.

To insert a single disc, press the CD button, then one of the number buttons 1-6. When prompted by the information display, insert the disc, label side up. The autochanger will load the CD in the selected position.

To fully load the autochanger, press and hold the CD button. The information display will show Loading All. When prompted, insert a disc, label side up. This process is repeated until all six CD positions are occupied.

Playing CDs

When in CD mode, press the appropriate CD number 1-6 to start playing the selected disc. Playback commences and progresses sequentially through all of the loaded discs.

Playback can be paused by briefly pressing one of the other mode buttons (FM, AM or AUX). Playback will resume when the CD button is pressed again.

Ejecting CDs

To eject a single disc, select the required disc by pressing one of the number buttons 1-6 and then press the button.

To eject all loaded discs, press and hold the button, the discs will be ejected one at a time. Remove disc(s) only when the display shows the message Remove Disc.

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Quick start

Navigation

The screen allows touch-control of the navigation system. Only a light touch is required to operate the function, excess pressure on the screen could result in damage. On initial activation, ensure that both the correct country and area have been selected.

Setting a destination

To set a destination and start using the navigation system, use the following procedure:

 

 

 

4770 WASHINGTON STREET EXT

 

 

 

 

ST

Route

 

 

 

WASHINGTON

Preference

 

 

 

 

1/816mimi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

N

DR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RUXTO

 

 

 

 

 

RD

 

 

ROCKW

 

 

HIPLEY

 

 

OOD

RD

HIPLEYDestinationRD, WASHINGTONWay Point DC

 

 

 

 

 

 

LAN0706N

Press the Navigation button on the display surround, and when

prompted, touch Agree to access the initial Home menu.

Touch the Home icon on the screen to access the navigation menu.

Navigation Menu

TMC

Destination

Stored

RDS-TMC

Entry

Locations

 

Navigation

Route

 

Setup

Options

 

LAN0668

Touch the Destination Entry icon.

Destination Entry

 

 

 

 

1

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Address

 

Point of

 

Select from

 

 

 

Change

 

Map

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Postcode

Memory

 

Previous

Change

Point

 

Dest

 

 

 

 

 

1

2

3

4

5

LAN0669

 

 

 

 

 

 

Touch the Address icon, then enter details using the on-screen keypad.

Touch OK to enter.

 

 

4770 WASHINGTON STREET EXT

 

 

 

 

 

ST

 

Route

 

 

WASHINGTON

Preference

 

 

 

 

1/16 mi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RUXTON

DR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RD

 

 

 

 

ROCKWOOD

 

HIPLEY

 

 

 

 

RD

Destination

Way Point

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LAN0707N

 

 

 

 

 

 

Once found, the screen displays the destination. To change the route settings, touch Route Preference, or touch Destination to start the route calculation.

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Quick start

Route preferences

When set, route preferences are remembered and used for calculating all new routes. If you encounter problems with the type of routes being selected or the guidance being given, please check the route preferences.

Once calculated, the screen highlights the route. Touch 3 Routes to select an alternate route, or touch Start to start navigation. Drive away, following the voice guidance.

Touch the audible repeat icon to hear the last voice instruction again.

When your destination is reached, voice and visual confirmation is given.

Cancelling guidance

Touch the Home icon, select Route options, Cancel guidance and touch Yes to confirm.

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Quick start

Telephone – Bluetooth system

Mobile phones with Bluetooth capability can communicate with the vehicle’s inbuilt telephone feature.

Mobile phone compatibility

There are a number of mobile phones that have been tested for full functionality with the Land Rover system, however not all phones are compatible and some may only be partially compatible. For the latest list of compatible phones and software versions, please refer to www.ownerinfo.landrover.com.

Alternatively consult your Dealer.

Pairing a handset to the vehicle’s system

Prepare the mobile phone for pairing to the system. See the telephone manufacturer’s instructions for further details, or follow the table below for generic commands.

When the handset has been successfully paired to the system, Bluetooth will appear on the Phone menu screen.

Note: If more than one paired Bluetooth phone is in range, the system will automatically select the last phone used in Bluetooth mode.

 

Nokia

Motorola

Ericsson

1.

Select Menu

Select Menu

Select Menu

2.

Select Settings

Select Settings

Select Connectivity

3.

Select Bluetooth or Select

Select Connection

Select Bluetooth

 

Connectivity then

 

 

 

Bluetooth

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.

Select On

Select Bluetooth link

Select My Devices

5.

Select Search for audio

Select Hands-free

With New Device highlighted,

 

devices

 

select Add. Press OK to

 

 

 

confirm

 

 

 

 

6.

After search select Land

Select Look for devices

After search select Land Rover

 

Rover

 

 

 

 

 

 

7.

Enter pass code 2121.

After search select Land

Select Connect

 

Press OK to confirm

Rover

 

 

 

 

 

8.

No connection? Select

Permission to bond?

Enter pass code 2121 after

 

Bluetooth (Menu) then

Select Yes and enter pass

prompt

 

Paired devices Jaguar

code 2121

 

 

 

 

 

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Quick start

Making a call

Receiving a call

1

2

LAN0673

1. With a paired or docked handset, press the button on the audio unit, or operate

the answer call switch 1 on the steering wheel controls.

2.Enter the required telephone number using the numeric keypad.

3.Press thebutton, or operate the answer call switch 1 on the steering wheel to send.

1

2

LAN0673

To answer an incoming call, press the button on the audio unit, or operate the answer call switch 1 on the steering wheel controls.

To end, or reject an incoming call, press the C button on the audio unit, or operate the end call switch 2 on the steering wheel.

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Gas station information

GAS STATION INFORMATION

Fuel filler flap location

A small arrow on the fuel gauge indicates which side the fuel filler flap is located.

Fuel filler flap opening

CAUTION

The fuel flap has a spring loaded release, do not force it open.

LAN0675

Press and release the centre of the left edge of the fuel filler flap (where arrowed) to open.

Refuelling

LAN0680

The filler cap is secured to the vehicle by a strap. For your convenience a holder is provided on the flap to store the cap whilst refuelling.

Insert the pump nozzle into the filler neck, pushing aside the spring-loaded cover.

When delivery is complete, withdraw the nozzle and replace the cap. Tighten the cap clockwise until you hear it click three times. Return the fuel filler flap to its closed position.

Fuel specification

CAUTIONS

Land Rover petrol engines are not fitted with equipment necessary for the use of fuels containing more than 10 per cent ethanol.

Do not use E85 fuels (85 per cent ethanol content). If E85 fuels are used serious engine and fuel system damage will occur.

The correct fuel specification for your vehicle is shown on the inside of the fuel filler flap. See

TYPE OF FUEL (page 178).

Incorrect fuelling

CAUTION

If the fuel tank is accidentally filled with the wrong type of fuel, it is essential that the engine is not started and you seek qualified assistance.

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Gas station information

Tire pressures

Air pressure naturally increases in warm tires; if it is necessary to check the tires when they are warm (after the vehicle has been driven for a while), you should expect the pressures to have increased by up to 30 - 40 kPa (4 - 6 PSI). In this circumstance, do not let air out of the tires in order to match the recommended cold tire pressures. See TIRE CARE (page 225).

Tire pressures label

LAN0708N

The correct tire pressures are shown on a label attached to the pillar behind the driver’s door.

Temporary spare wheel

The tire pressure in the temporary spare wheel/tire should be maintained at 420 kPa (60 PSI) for all loading conditions.

Engine oil specification

Variant

Specification

 

 

V6

Use only oils certified for

 

Gasoline Engines by the

 

American Petroleum

 

Institute (API). Use a

 

5W/30 oil meeting

 

specification

 

API SM+ILSAC GF4.

 

 

V8

Use only oils certified for

 

Gasoline Engines by the

 

American Petroleum

 

Institute (API). Use a

 

5W/30 oil meeting

 

specification

 

API SM+ILSAC GF4.

 

 

Land Rover recommends Castrol.

Engine coolant specification

Top-up to the upper level indicator mark located above the COLD FILL RANGE text, on the side of the expansion tank. Use only a 50% mix of water and antifreeze, to specification LRN2279. Land Rover recommends Castrol SF antifreeze. See ENGINE COOLANT CHECK

(page 204).

Note: In an emergency - and only if the approved antifreeze is unavailable - top-up the cooling system with clean water, but be aware of the resultant reduction in frost protection. Do not top-up or refill with conventional antifreeze formulations. If in doubt consult a qualified technician.

36

Introduction

SYMBOLS GLOSSARY

Warnings

WARNING

Safety warnings are included in this handbook. These indicate either a

procedure which must be followed precisely, or information that should be considered with great care in order to avoid the possibility of personal injury.

Cautions

CAUTION

Cautions are included in this handbook. These indicate either a procedure which must be followed precisely, or information that should be considered with great care in order

to avoid the possibility of damage to your vehicle.

Symbols

This recycling symbol identifies

those items that must be disposed of safely in order to prevent

unnecessary damage to the environment.

This symbol identifies those features that can be adjusted, disabled or enabled by a Land Rover

Dealer.

LABEL LOCATIONS

Warning labels attached to your vehicle bearing this symbol mean: Do not touch or adjust components until you have read the relevant instructions in the handbook.

Labels showing this symbol indicate that the starter system utilises very high voltages. Do not touch any ignition components while the starter switch is turned on.

Warning labels

Labels are attached to your vehicle at several positions. These are applied to draw your attention to important subjects, e.g. tire pressures, tow bar use, air bags, roll-over risk, engine compartment hazards, etc.

MFD BY LANDROVER IN THE UK

DATE : MM/YY GVWR: XXXXKG (XXXXLB)

GAWR FRONT: XXXXKG (XXXXLB)

XXX/XXRXX TIRES, X.XJxXX RIMS, AT XXXKPA (XXPSI) COLD

XXX/XXRXX TIRES, X.XJxXX RIMS, AT XXXKPA (XXPSI) COLD

XXX/XXRXX TIRES, X.XJxXX RIMS, AT XXXKPA (XXPSI) COLD

XXX/XXRXX TIRES, X.XJxXX RIMS, AT XXXKPA (XXPSI) COLD

TXXX/XXR19 TIRES, X.XJxXX RIM, AT XXXKPA (XXPSI) COLD

GAWR REAR: XXXXKG (XXXXLB)

XXX/XXRXX TIRES, X.XJxXX RIMS, AT XXXKPA (XXPSI) COLD

XXX/XXRXX TIRES, X.XJxXX RIMS, AT XXXKPA (XXPSI) COLD

XXX/XXRXX TIRES, X.XJxXX RIMS, AT XXXKPA (XXPSI) COLD

XXX/XXRXX TIRES, X.XJxXX RIMS, AT XXXKPA (XXPSI) COLD

TXXX/XXR19 TIRES, X.XJxXX RIM, AT XXXKPA (XXPSI) COLD

THIS VEHICLE CONFORMS TO ALL APPLICABLE

U.S.FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY

STANDARDS IN EFFECT ON THE DATE OF

MANUFACTURE SHOWN ABOVE

TESTMARK1234567890

TYPE : MULTI - PURPOSE PASSENGER VEHICLE

TIRE AND LOADING INFORMATION

SEATING CAPACITY

TOTAL 7

FRONT 2

REAR 3 + 2

 

The combined weight of occupants and cargo should never exceed XXXkg or XXXXlbs

 

ORIGINAL TIRE SIZE

COLD TIRE INFLATION PRESSURE

SEE OWNER'S

 

XXX/XXRXX

FRONT

XXXkpa, XXPSI

MANUAL FOR

RTC500XXX

COMPACT SPARE TIRE

COLD

TIRE INFLATION PRESSURE

INFORMATION

 

REAR

XXXkpa, XXPSI

ADDITIONAL

 

 

 

 

 

 

TXXX/XXRXX

 

XXXkpa, XXPSI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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It is important that you are familiar with these subjects to ensure that your vehicle and its features are used safely. Using the index at the back of this handbook, refer to the relevant topic for more information.

37

Introduction

HEALTH AND SAFETY

WARNINGS

Utility vehicles have a significantly higher roll-over rate than other types of

vehicles. Since these vehicles are designed to be operated off-road, these vehicles have a higher ground clearance and hence, a higher centre of gravity. Such a feature has been associated with an increased risk of vehicle roll-over.

Another factor shown to significantly increase roll-over risk is unauthorized vehicle modifications, such as fitting incorrect specification tires, oversize tires, incorrect springs/dampers, body lifting or incorrect vehicle loading/trailer towing.

However, on-road crash data also indicates that driver behaviour is a greater factor than a high centre of gravity in determining a vehicle’s overall roll-over rate. The single most effective driver behaviour that can reduce the risk of injury or death in all crashes including roll-over, is to always wear your seat belt and to properly restrain all child passengers in the rear seat in an appropriate child safety seat. In a roll-over crash, an unbelted person is significantly more likely to die than a person wearing a seat belt.

The vehicle is not designed for cornering at the same speed as

conventional passenger cars any more than a sports car is designed to perform off-road. If at all possible, avoid sharp turns or abrupt manoeuvres. As with other vehicles of this type, failure to operate the vehicle correctly may result in loss of control or vehicle roll-over.

CAUTION

The overall height of your vehicle exceeds that of ordinary passenger cars.

See TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS. Always be aware of the height of your vehicle and check the available headroom before driving through low entrances. This is particularly important if the vehicle is fitted with a roof rack or if a sunroof is open.

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Introduction

DATA RECORDING

Service data recording

Service data recorders in your vehicle are capable of collecting and storing diagnostic information about your vehicle. This potentially includes information about the performance or status of various systems and modules in the vehicle such as engine, throttle, steering or brakes.

In order to properly diagnose and service your vehicle, Land Rover and service and repair facilities may access vehicle diagnostic information through a direct connection to your vehicle.

Event data recording

Event data recorders are capable of collecting and storing data during a crash or near-crash event. The recorded information may assist in the investigation of such an event. The modules may record information about both the vehicle and the occupants, potentially including information such as:

How various systems in your vehicle were operating.

Whether or not the driver and passenger seat belts were buckled.

How far, if at all, the driver was depressing the accelerator and/or the brake pedal.

How fast the vehicle was travelling.

Where the driver was positioning the steering wheel.

To access this information special equipment must be connected directly to the recording modules. Land Rover do not access event data recorder information without obtaining consent, unless pursuant to court order or where required by law enforcement, other government authorities or third parties acting with lawful authority.

Other parties may seek to access the information independently of Land Rover.

PARTS AND ACCESSORIES

WARNINGS

The fitting of non-approved parts and accessories, or the carrying out of

non-approved alterations or conversions, may be dangerous and could affect the safety of the vehicle and occupants and also invalidate the terms and conditions of the vehicle warranty.

Land Rover will not accept any liability for death, personal injury or damage to property which may occur as a direct result of

fitment on non-approved accessories or the carrying out of non-approved conversions to Land Rover vehicles.

Land Rover strongly advise against making any modifications to the

suspension or steering system. This could seriously affect the handling and stability of the vehicle leading to loss of control or roll-over.

The vehicle has been designed, built and tested to cope with a variety of off-road driving conditions, some of which can place the severest possible demands on control systems and components. As such, fitting replacement parts and accessories that have been developed and tested to the same stringent standards as the original components will safeguard the continued reliability, safety and performance of your vehicle.

To augment the vehicle's already impressive performance, a comprehensive range of Land Rover approved spare parts and accessories is available, enabling the vehicle to fulfil a wide variety of roles, and enhancing and protecting the vehicle in the many tasks to which it can be applied.

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Land Rover parts are the only parts built to original equipment specifications and approved by Land Rover designers; this means that every single part and accessory has been rigorously tested by the same engineering team that designed and built the vehicle and can therefore be guaranteed for twelve months with unlimited mileage.

A full list and description of all accessories is available from your Land Rover Dealer.

Electrical equipment

WARNING

It is extremely hazardous to fit or replace parts or accessories, the

installation of which requires the dismantling of, or addition to, either the electrical or fuel systems.

Always consult a Land Rover Dealer before fitting any accessory.

Fitting inferior quality parts or accessories, may be dangerous and could invalidate the vehicle warranty.

It is recommended that you always consult a Land Rover Dealer for advice regarding the approval, suitability, installation and use of any parts or accessories before fitting.

Air bag system

WARNING

The components that make up the air bag system are sensitive to

electrical or physical interference, either of which could easily damage the system and cause inadvertent operation or a malfunction of the air bag module.

To prevent a malfunction of the air bag system, always consult a Land Rover Dealer before fitting any of the following:

Electronic equipment such as a mobile phone, two-way radio or in-car entertainment system.

Accessories attached to the front of the vehicle.

Any modification to the front of the vehicle.

Any modification involving the removal or repair of any wiring or component in the vicinity of any air bag system components, including the steering wheel, steering column, instrument or facia panels.

Any modification to the facia panels or steering wheel.

CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING

Engine exhaust, some of its constituents and certain vehicle components contain or emit chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. In addition, certain fluids contained in vehicles and certain products of components wear contain or emit chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

Battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead and lead compounds. Wash hands after handling.

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REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS (U.S. ONLY)

If you believe that your vehicle has a defect which could cause a crash, or could cause injury or death, you should immediately inform the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in addition to notifying Land Rover North America Inc.

If NHTSA receives similar complaints, it may open an investigation and if it finds that a safety defect exists in a group of vehicles, it may order a recall and remedy campaign.

However, NHTSA cannot become involved in individual problems between you, your Dealer or Land Rover North America Inc.

To contact NHTSA, you may call the Vehicle Safety Hotline toll-free at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY: 1-800-424-9153); go to http://www.safercar.gov; or write to: Administrator, NHTSA, 400 Seventh Street, SW., Washington, DC 20590.

You can also obtain other information about motor vehicle safety from http://www.safercar.gov.

REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS (CANADA ONLY)

If you believe that your vehicle has a defect which could cause a crash or could cause injury or death, you should immediately inform Transport Canada in addition to notifying Land Rover. To contact Transport Canada, call their toll-free number: 1-800-333-0510.

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Keys and remote controls

PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION

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You have been supplied with two remote controls, with integral keys, to operate all the vehicle’s locks.

The operation of all buttons on all remote controls, will be inhibited while a key is in the starter switch.

Note: Interference from other radio equipment, operating on a similar frequency may affect the remote control. If this happens, operate the remote control as close as possible to the vehicle or use the key.

Note: If the remote control fails to work even when close to the vehicle, it may not be synchronised with the system. Start and run the engine for six minutes to synchronise. If the remote control still fails to operate, unlock the vehicle manually. See USING THE KEY (page 43).

Remote control battery

CAUTION

The remote control contains delicate electronic circuits and must be protected from impact, water damage, high temperatures and humidity, direct sunlight and the effects of solvents, waxes and abrasive cleaners.

The battery is rechargeable. If the battery needs recharging the following will occur:

KEY BATTERY LOW will be displayed in the main message centre.

A gradual deterioration in range and performance will be noticed.

To recharge the battery, insert the key in the starter switch and start the engine.

Compliance

The remote control complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following conditions:

This device may not cause harmful interference.

This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Any changes or modifications to the remote control not expressly approved by the manufacturer or Land Rover North America could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

Transmitter FCC ID: NT8-15K6014CFFTXA

Receiver FCC ID: LQN5752

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GENERAL INFORMATION ON RADIO FREQUENCIES

Note: The radio frequency used by your remote control may be used by other devices. For example, amateur radios, medical equipment, wireless head phones or other remote control devices. This may cause the frequency to be jammed and prevent your remote control from operating correctly.

Environmental conditions can affect the operation of remote controls, and the operating range may vary considerably depending on the vehicle's location.

USING THE KEY

Emergency locking and unlocking

Under a removable cap on the left front door outer handle, there is an emergency-use door lock.

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1.Insert the key fully into the slot under the cap and turn clockwise to release the forward edge of the cap.

2.Remove the cap and withdraw the key.

3.Insert the key into the emergency lock, and turn counterclockwise to unlock.

4.If the alarm is armed, it will sound when the door is unlocked. Insert the key in the starter switch to stop the alarm.

To emergency lock the vehicle, reverse the above instructions.

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PROGRAMMING THE REMOTE CONTROL

The Land Rover button on the remote control can be programmed to operate one of the following functions:

Panic alarm.

Headlamp courtesy delay.

Air suspension control.

The currently programmed feature will be activated when the reprogramming sequence is started.

The button is disabled when the key is in the starter switch.

Panic alarm

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Press and hold the Land Rover button and press the hazard warning switch. A chime will confirm the feature is programmed.

The alarm will sound and the hazard warning lamps will flash when the button is pressed.

Press the lock or unlock buttons or insert the key in the starter switch, to switch off the alarm.

Headlamp courtesy delay

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Press and hold the Land Rover button and flash the headlamps. A chime will confirm successful programming.

A short press of the Land Rover button will turn on the headlamps for the length of time specified in Settings. See TRIP COMPUTER (page 108).

A second press of the button after three seconds, will deactivate the lamps.

Air suspension control

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Press and hold the Land Rover button and press the suspension raise/lower switch. A chime will confirm the feature is programmed.

Programming of this function must be done within one minute of switching off the engine.

Before attempting to raise or lower the suspension, turn on the hazard warning lamps and close all the doors.

To raise the suspension, press and hold the Land Rover button and the lock button.

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To lower the suspension, press and hold the

Land Rover button and the unlock button.

If any button is released during the raising or lowering, all movement will stop, until the buttons are pressed again.

Initially the height will change slowly, but will increase after three seconds.

While the height is changing, a symbol on the raise/lower switch will be lit, according to the direction of movement. See ADJUSTING THE SUSPENSION (page 172).

If the suspension is not set to On-road height, all movement will stop when On-road height is reached. Release the buttons and press again, to continue. See ADJUSTING THE SUSPENSION (page 172).

Single-point entry

This feature enables the driver's door to be unlocked, while leaving the other doors in a locked state.

Single-point entry can be disabled on individual remote control keys, by pressing and holding the lock and unlock buttons for three seconds.

All doors will now unlock with a single press.

Repeating the procedure will re-enable single point entry.

Each time single-point entry is enabled or disabled, the vehicle will lock then unlock into the selected mode.

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Locks

LOCKING AND UNLOCKING

To operate, the remote control must be within range of the vehicle when a button is pressed.

Note: If the remote control fails to work even when close to the vehicle, it may not be synchronised with the system. Unlock the vehicle manually. See USING THE KEY (page 43). To resynchronise the remote control, start and run the engine for six minutes.

Note: If a key is in the starter switch, the vehicle will not respond to remote control commands.

Note: If any door or the tailgate is unlocked 10 times within a short period, the latch is disabled for approximately one minute.

Locking with the remote control

Remove the key from the starter switch and shut all doors, the hood and the tailgate.

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The direction/turn indicators will flash three times.

3.Unlock button

Press once to disarm the alarm and unlock the driver’s door. Press again to unlock the remaining doors.

In either case, the interior lamps illuminate and the direction/turn indicators flash once.

4.Land Rover button. See PROGRAMMING THE REMOTE CONTROL (page 44).

Partial locking

If an aperture (door, hood or tailgate) is not fully closed when the remote control lock button is pressed, the horn will sound briefly to signal that an aperture is still open. The alarm will remain disarmed, but all of the closed apertures will lock.

As soon as the open aperture is closed, the system will automatically arm, signalled by three flashes of the hazard warning lamps, with interior space protection activating 30 seconds later.

Master lock and unlock switches

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The four buttons on the remote control are used as follows:

1.Key release button

2.Lock button

Press to lock all doors and to activate the perimetric alarm.

1.Press the unlock switch to unlock all the doors.

2.Press the lock switch to lock all the doors.

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Locks

Speed-related locking

This feature locks all the doors automatically when the vehicle speed exceeds 8 km/h

(5 mph).

Speed related locking can be disabled. See

TRIP COMPUTER (page 108).

Note: Pressing the master lock or unlock switch will override the speed locking function for the journey.

Automatic re-lock

If the vehicle is unlocked using the remote control and a door, the tailgate or the hood is not opened within one minute, the vehicle will re-lock and the alarm will re-arm.

Automatic unlocking

If the vehicle is involved in a collision which causes a restraints device to deploy, all door locks will automatically be unlocked, the hazard warning lamps will flash and the interior lamps will illuminate.

Interior door handles and door locking levers

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From inside the vehicle, each door can be individually locked by depressing the appropriate lever (arrowed).

To open and unlock a front door, pull the door handle.

To open a rear door, first return the locking lever to its unlocked position, then pull the door handle.

When the master lock or unlock switch is used, or speed related locking is activated, all door locking levers will activate automatically.

Opening the tailgate

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Upper tailgate

Unlock the vehicle and press the touch pad on the underside of the exterior handle. Pull to open.

Lower tailgate

With the upper tailgate open, press the touch pad on the lower tailgate waist moulding.

Door open warning indicator

Illuminates when the tailgate or one of the vehicle's doors is open. On vehicles with a message centre, the

message DRIVER’S DOOR OPEN will be displayed, when the driver’s door is open.

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Engine immobiliser

PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION

CAUTION

The immobiliser may suffer interference from other legal users of

this frequency band.

Engine immobilisation is an important aspect of the security system. It is designed to safeguard the vehicle from theft, should the driver forget to lock the doors. The system prevents the engine from being started unless a genuine remote control key is inserted into the starter switch.

Engine immobilisation occurs automatically five seconds after the key is removed from the starter switch.

Note: The engine will be re-mobilised automatically whenever a genuine remote control key is inserted into the starter switch. When this happens, the anti-theft alarm indicator will illuminate for one second.

Compliance

The immobiliser system operates on a frequency subject to USA Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules. The device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules and RSS-210 of the industry Canada.

Operation is subject to the two following conditions:

The device may not cause harmful interference.

This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

The immobiliser frequency approval numbers for the USA and Canada are shown below:

USA FCC ID: TTRT5SJB.

Canada IC: 6276A-T5SJBR1.

Note: Note: The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio interference or TV interference caused by unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

CODED KEYS

Note: A replacement remote control can only be obtained from your Land Rover Dealer. The Dealer will require proof of ownership.

Notify your Dealer immediately if a remote control is lost or stolen.

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Alarm

PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION

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Your vehicle is fitted with a sophisticated electronic anti-theft alarm system. There are also a number of additional security features, some of which are selectable options and some are standard features of the vehicle.

In order to ensure maximum security and operating convenience, you are strongly advised to gain a full understanding of the features and alternatives available, by thoroughly reading this section of the handbook.

ARMING THE ALARM

Perimetric alarm

This feature is activated automatically whenever the vehicle is locked using the remote control and protects the doors, hood and tailgate.

If any of these apertures are opened, or if an unknown key is inserted into the starter switch, the alarm will be triggered.

When the perimetric alarm is activated, the direction/turn indicators will flash three times, and the anti-theft alarm indicator will flash.

Partial arming

If an aperture (door, hood or tailgate) is not fully closed when the remote control lock button is pressed, the horn will sound briefly to signal that an aperture is still open. The alarm will remain disarmed, but all of the closed apertures will lock.

As soon as the open aperture is fully closed, the system will automatically arm, signalled by three flashes of the hazard warning lamps, with interior space protection activating 30 seconds later.

Anti-theft alarm indicator

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The indicator provides information about the status of the alarm and immobiliser systems, as follows:

Alarm status

Indicator

 

 

Armed

Double flash for 10

 

seconds, then single

 

flash

 

 

Disarmed, engine

Single flash

immobilised

 

 

 

Disarmed, engine

A one second flash

mobilised

 

 

 

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SWITCHING OFF THE ALARM

If the alarm is triggered, the alarm will sound and the hazard warning lamps will flash for 30 seconds, before resetting to the same protection status that existed prior to the alarm being triggered.

To silence the alarm, press the lock or unlock button on the remote control or insert the key into the starter switch. Pressing the lock button will keep the alarm armed.

If the alarm has been activated since it was last armed, the hazard warning lights will flash rapidly for eight seconds when the alarm is disarmed.

PANIC ALARM

The Land Rover button on the remote control can be programmed to operate the panic alarm. See PROGRAMMING THE REMOTE CONTROL

(page 44).

The alarm will sound and the hazard warning lamps will flash when the button is pressed.

Press the lock or unlock buttons or insert the key in the starter switch, to switch off the alarm.

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