Range Rover Evoque: Component Description

Parking Aid Module

The parking aid module is located on the LH side of the luggage compartment, behind the 'C' pillar trim panel.

The parking aid module has three connectors which provide for power, ground and CAN bus connections, front parking aid sensors and rear parking aid sensors.

The high speed CAN bus connections provide for the receipt of the following information from other systems:

The module also outputs messages on the medium speed CAN bus which are received by the Integrated Control Panel (ICP). The ICP processes these messages and converts them into medium speed CAN messages which are passed to the integrated audio module that converts them into Media Orientated System Transport (MOST) signals system. These signals are then used by the power amplifier to emit the applicable warning tones from the front or rear audio speakers when an object is detected by the front or rear parking aid sensors. A warning tone can also be emitted to alert the driver to a fault in the parking aid system.

The control module has a diagnostic connection via the high speed CAN bus to enable faults to be retrieved using the Land Rover approved diagnostic equipment. Additionally an on-board diagnostic routine within the control module constantly monitors the system and alerts the driver to a system fault by emitting a 3 second continuous tone through the front audio speakers when the ignition is switched on. The control switch LED will also flash 6 times when reverse gear is selected or the PDC switch is pressed.

Parking Aid Switch

  1. Parking aid switch

The parking aid switch is located in the instrument panel switch pack.

The switch is a non-latching push switch which allows the driver to select the parking aid system on or off. When pressed, the switch momentarily connects a ground to the parking aid module. The LED indicates when the parking aid system is active. The LED is controlled by the parking aid module.

NOTE: The control switch allows the driver to activate/deactivate the parking aid system if operation is required or not required.

Park Assist Switch

  1. Park assist switch

The park assit switch is located in the instrument panel switch pack.

The switch is a non-latching push switch which allows the driver to select the park assist system on or off. When pressed, the switch momentarily connects a ground to the parking aid module. The LED indicates when the park assist system is active. The LED is controlled by the parking aid module.

NOTE: The control switch allows the driver to activate/deactivate the park assist system if operation is required or not required.

Proximity Camera Control Module

  1. Power supply, ground and BUS connector
  2. Connection to touch screen display
  3. Five camera connections

The proximity camera control module is located under the left-hand-front seat; connections to the module include:

The control module gathers the camera images and analyses and alters them by adjusting perspectives and applying corrections. The resulting processed images are then relayed to the touch screen display via the NTSC (National Television System Committee) analogue video line.

The control module also adds guidance and warning overlays to the camera images to create the various driving-aid features supported by the camera proximity system; for example, visual direction is made available when reversing the vehicle.

The module communicates with each individual camera via the LIN bus connection. This data link transmits diagnostic information, for example camera serial numbers and fault notifications to the control module. Camera adjustments, for instance a correction to color-balance are also communicated via the LIN bus link to the camera.

In addition to the data lines the camera receives a power supply and a ground from the control module.

NOTE: Care must be taken when routing, disconnecting and reconnecting the camera harnesses.

Cameras

The system uses five VGA resolution cameras, permanently powered whenever the ignition is 'on'. Each camera provides an image covering a zone approximately 130

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