Range Rover Evoque: Electric parking brake (EPD)

the rear 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 off-road conditions (e.g. wading, deep mud, etc.), additional maintenance and adjustment of the parking brake will be required. Consult your Land Rover Dealer/Authorised Repairer.

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 Epb manual use

Epb manual use 1. To apply the parking brake, with the vehicle stationary, pull up the lever and release it. The parking brake warning lamp will illuminate. It is important to confirm that th

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EPB will be applied automatically if the ignition is switched off and the vehicle speed is below 3km/h (2mph). To prevent automatic operation, when the vehicle is stationary, press and hold the EP

 Epb warning indicators

If the system detects a fault with the EPB, the amber brake warning indicator will illuminate accompanied by a message on the message centre. If the system detects a fault while EPB is operating,

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