Range Rover Evoque: Conditions causing automatic engine restart

The engine will automatically start if:<>
- climate control system demand increases
- the vehicle’s speed reaches approximately 4km/h (2.5mph)
- HDC or a Terrain Response special program are selected
- battery charge becomes low
- brake vacuum has been reduced (eg using the brake pedal repeatedly with the engine off)

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 Disabling stop/start

Disabling stop/start To switch the system off (preventing automatic stop/start) press the ECO switch. The LED indicator will extinguish to confirm that the system is off. Note: The engine will

 Eco stall recovery

In the event that the engine stalls, it can be restarted by fully depressing the clutch pedal. Note: Automatic stall restart will only operate once. If the engine is stalled a second time the engi

 Emission control system

Land Rover vehicles are fitted with emission and evaporative control systems. In many countries it is unlawful to tamper, modify or replace such equipment and legal penalties apply if the laws are

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 Charging or replacing the vehicle battery

If the vehicle battery should require charging, the battery must be removed from the vehicle. Consult your Dealer/Authorised Repairer. Battery disconnection, removal and replacement should be carried out only by qualified personnel. Consult your Dealer/Authorised Repairer. Used batteries

 Power Steering AWD

Component Location Steering gear Rubber seal assembly Heat shield Overview The vehicle is fitted with EPS (electric power steering), provided by a ZF Servolectric steering gear unit with variable ratio, rack and pinion steering and speed sensitive power assistance. Power assistance is from a

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