Range Rover Evoque: Changing a bulb

been switched If the lighting has just been switched off, give the bulbs time to cool.
Handling them when hot may cause personal injury.

the correct Always replace bulbs with the correct type and specification. If you are in any doubt contact your Land Rover Dealer/Authorised Repairer for advice.
See 199, BULB SPECIFICATION CHART.
Before attempting a bulb change, ensure that the ignition and affected lamp are turned off. If the circuit remains live, a short circuit can occur which may damage the vehicle electrical system.

Not all bulbs are replaceable. The following bulbs can be replaced: - Headlamps.

- Direction indicators.

- Side lamps.

- Reversing lamp.

- Rear fog lamp.

- Some interior lamps.

All other exterior lamps and some interior lamps are LED (light emitting diode) lamps and can be replaced only by a Land Rover Dealer/Authorised Repairer.

All replacement procedures require the removal of components to gain access to the bulbs.

should be Moving a headlamp unit should be undertaken only by a qualified technician. If in doubt, consult your Land Rover Dealer.

Note: To change any bulb in a headlamp unit, a cross head screwdriver and a 10mm spanner is required.

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