Range Rover Evoque: Air Distribution and Filtering

Component Location

NOTE: Right Hand Drive (RHD) shown, Left Hand Drive (LHD) similar

COMPONENT LOCATION

Range Rover Evoque. Climate Control

  1. Passenger face level/side window register
  2. Side window vent
  3. Face level duct
  4. Side window duct
  5. Windshield duct
  6. Windshield vent
  7. Side window vent
  8. Driver face level/side window register
  9. Driver footwell duct
  10. Instrument panel center register
  11. Cabin air filter
  12. Rear cabin RH (right-hand) duct
  13. Rear cabin LH (left-hand) duct
  14. Passenger footwell duct
  15. Instrument panel center register

Overview

OVERVIEW

The air distribution and filtering system controls the distribution and quality of air supplied into the front and rear of the cabin. The system consists of:

System Operation and Component Description

System Operation

Refer to: Air Distribution and Filtering (412-01 Climate Control, Description and Operation) / Air Distribution and Filtering (412-01 Climate Control, Description and Operation).

Component Description

AIR DUCTS

The air ducts distribute air from the heater assembly to the various registers and vents in the instrument panel and to the rear of the vehicle.

The face level/side window duct and the windshield duct form part of the instrument panel assembly.

Each front footwell duct is a snap fit into the side of the heater assembly and secured to the cross car beam by a single screw. The front footwell ducts also provide a location for the footwell lamps.

The rear cabin ducts are also a snap fit into the heater assembly. Each duct runs underneath the carpet and is secured to the floor of the vehicle by a single screw located beneath the front seat.

AIR REGISTERS AND VENTS

The air registers allow the vehicle occupants to control the flow and direction of air from the air ducts. The instrument panel contains 4 air registers; 1 mounted on either end of the instrument panel and 2 mounted centrally.

The air vents are fixed outlets. The instrument panel contains 4 air vents; 1 mounted in either 'A' pillar trim and 2 mounted along the top edge, below the windshield.

CABIN AIR FILTER

The cabin air filter is located behind the passenger side of the instrument panel and is housed within the heater assembly.

The filter removes odors and fine particles, including pollen, from the air entering the heater assembly.

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