Range Rover Evoque: Battery warning symbols

Do not allow any naked flames,

Do not allow any naked flames, or other sources of ignition near the battery as the battery may emit explosive gasses.

Ensure that when working near,

Ensure that when working near, or handling the battery, suitable eye protection is worn. This will reduce the risk of eye damage caused by acid splashes.

To prevent risk of injury, do not

To prevent risk of injury, do not allow children near the battery.

Be aware that the battery may

Be aware that the battery may emit explosive gasses.

The battery contains acid which

The battery contains acid which is extremely corrosive, and toxic.

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 Battery care

If battery electrolyte comes into contact with your eyes, skin, or clothes you should remove the affected clothing and flush the skin/eyes with copious amounts of water. Seek medical assistanc

 Starting a disabled vehicle using booster cables

Rotating parts of the engine can cause serious injury. Take extreme care when working near rotating parts of the engine. Before attempting to start the disabled vehicle, make sure that the par

 Starting a disabled vehicle using a starting aid

To start the vehicle using a starting aid or a slave battery, follow the instructions in the sequence given. 1. Connect the positive (Red) booster cable to the positive (+) battery terminal of the

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 Heater Mats

Principles of Operation Heated seats incorporate heater elements in the cushion and the backrest of the seat. Each cushion heater element has a thermal sensor, which supplies a feedback temperature signal to the related seat heater module. The backrest heater elements do not have a thermal sensor,

 Important information

The information contained in this handbook covers all vehicle derivatives and optional equipment, some of which may not be fitted to your vehicle. Due to printing cycles, this handbook may include descriptions of options before they become generally available. The vehicle options, hardware an

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