Range Rover Evoque: Aux input socket

The 3.5mm AUX socket allows additional equipment (e.g. personal stereos MP3 player, hand-held navigation unit, etc.) to be connected to the audio system.

The auxiliary power socket, situated next to the auxiliary jack, can be used to power or charge any suitable device.

Note: iPod shuffle may be connected via the auxiliary input jack.

Note: On vehicles fitted with rear seat entertainment, additional Audio/Visual sockets are provided. This allows auxiliary equipment (such as a video game console) to be linked to the rear DVD screens. For installation information, please refer to the manufacturer’s instructions.

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 Pairing and connecting a bluetooth® media device

For further information on Bluetooth® and device compatibility, see 141, BLUETOOTH® INFORMATION. Using your media device Note: The process of pairing and connecting your media device with the v

 Automatic reconnection

If devices have already been paired and connected, when Bluetooth® is selected from the My music menu, the system will automatically connect to the last used device (a confirmation pop-up appears

 Loss of connection

If a loss of connection between the vehicle and the Bluetooth® device occurs, a pop-up is displayed. Select Reconnect to automatically restore the connection. A confirmation pop-up will appear be

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 Replacement sensor

Should the sensor require replacing, it should be carried out by a Dealer/Authorised Repairer. A replacement sensor must be fitted to a running wheel in order to be recognised by the system. The vehicle needs to be stationary for 15 minutes during the sensor fitment before the system is ready

 Safety Belt System

Safety Belt System Diagnosis and Testing Principle of Operation For a detailed description of the seatbelt system and operation, refer to the relevant description and operation section of the workshop manual REFER to: Safety Belt System (501-20A Safety Belt System, Description and Operation). Safe

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