Range Rover Evoque: Front Shock Absorber Vehicles Without: Dynamic Suspension

Land Rover Range Rover Evoque L538 (2011–2018) Service Manual / Suspension / Front Suspension / Front Shock Absorber Vehicles Without: Dynamic Suspension

General Equipment

Removal

WARNINGS:

Make sure the spring compressor Safe Working Load (SWL) meets or exceeds the spring rating quoted in the Specifcations section.

Always follow the spring compressor manufacturer's instructions.

The spring is under extreme tension, care must be taken at all times. Failure to follow these instuctions may result in personal injury.

1. WARNING: Make sure to support the vehicle with axle stands. Raise and support the vehicle.

2. Remove the spring and damper assembly.

Refer to: Shock Absorber and Spring Assembly - Vehicles Without: Dynamic Suspension (204-01 Front Suspension, Removal and Installation).

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6. WARNING: Make sure to support the shock absorber.

CAUTION: Discard the nut.

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Installation

1. Make sure the correct vehicle suspension components are installed.

Refer to: Specifications (204-00 Suspension System - General Information, Specifications).

2. Inspect the component and install a new one if damaged.

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3. Inspect the component and install a new one if damaged.

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4. Inspect the component and install a new one if damaged.

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5. Inspect the component and install a new one if damaged.

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6. Inspect the component and install a new one if damaged.

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7. Inspect the component and install a new one if damaged.

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8. WARNING: Make sure to support the shock absorber.

CAUTIONS: Make sure the component is aligned as shown.

Make sure that the spring is installed to the damper assembly with the paint marks (located on the spring) at the top.

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9. WARNINGS:

Make sure that a new nut is installed.

Make sure to support the shock absorber.

Torque: 67 Nm

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10. CAUTION: Make sure the components are aligned as shown.

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13. CAUTION: Make sure the components are aligned as shown.

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14. Install the spring and damper assembly.

Refer to: Shock Absorber and Spring Assembly - Vehicles Without: Dynamic Suspension (204-01 Front Suspension, Removal and Installation).

15. Check the suspension system ride height.

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