Range Rover Evoque: Disarming if the smart key and keyless entry fail to work

Land Rover Range Rover Evoque L538 (2011–2018) Owner's Manual / Entering the vehicle / Disarming if the smart key and keyless entry fail to work

The vehicle can still be unlocked and the alarm disabled. To unlock the vehicle:
1. Unlock the left side front door using the key blade. The alarm will be triggered.

2. Position the Smart Key against the underside of the steering column cover with the buttons facing downwards.

3. Now press the START/STOP button.

3. Now press the START/STOP button.

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