Range Rover Evoque: Cleaning the exterior

mud and Remove any heavy deposits of mud and dirt with a hose before washing the vehicle.
Never aim a hose water jet directly at the engine air intake, heater air intakes, body seals or at any components which may be damaged.
Do not use a high pressure washer or steam cleaner in the engine compartment.
Following cleaning of the vehicle exterior (particularly with a pressure washer), it is recommended that the vehicle is taken for a short drive to dry out the brakes.
Substances which are corrosive, such as bird droppings and tree resin, can damage the vehicle’s paintwork and should be removed as soon as possible.
Use only cleaning products approved for use on vehicles.
Camera lenses must be treated with care. Clean with a low pressure hose and wipe with a damp cloth.

Note: Do not apply polish to any unpainted areas of the bumper mouldings. It will become ingrained in the textured finish.

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 Using white spirit

Stubborn stains such as tar spots and grease may require the use of white spirt. After use, ensure the area is washed immediately with warm soapy water to remove all traces of the spirit.

 Underbody maintenance

Regularly flush the underbody with plain water, and pay particular attention to areas where mud and debris collect. If damage or corrosion are detected, have the vehicle checked by your Dealer/Aut

 Cleaning after off-road driving

Ensure that the areas around air intakes and the front grille are clean and clear of debris. Pay particular attention to the lower grille and radiator. Failure to do so may cause the engine t

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 Electric parking brake (EPD)

The parking brake operates on the rear wheels. Therefore, secure parking of the vehicle is dependent on being on a hard and stable surface. Do not rely on the parking brake to operate effectively, if the rear wheels have been immersed in mud or water. Note: If the vehicle is used in severe

 Electronic brake distribution (EBD)

EBD controls the balance of braking forces supplied to the front and rear wheels, in order to maintain maximum braking efficiency. If the vehicle has a light load (only the driver in the vehicle for example), EBD will reduce the braking force applied to the rear wheels. If the vehicle is heavi

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