Range Rover Evoque: If the engine fails to start

Note: If the engine fails to crank when the START/STOP button is pressed and there has been a recent collision, seek qualified assistance.

If the engine fails to crank, or fails to start, consult your Dealer/Authorised Repairer.

Diesel engines:

If the engine persistently fails to start, make sure the transmission is in P or N (neutral for manual transmission vehicles) then press the START/STOP button (with the brake pedal applied). Keep the START/STOP button and the brake pedal pressed until the engine starts, then release.

If the engine still fails to crank, or fails to start consult your Dealer/Authorised Repairer.

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Before switching off the engine, ensure that the vehicle is parked safely with the park brake applied. 1. Select P for automatic transmission, or neutral for manual transmissions. Note: If any ot

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It is not advisable to switch off the engine while the vehicle is moving. However, should such a situation arise, then the following procedure applies. - Press and hold the engine START/STOP

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If the engine is switched off while the vehicle is moving, a rolling re-start can be initiated. Automatic transmission - select neutral (N) and then press the engine START/STOP button. When the en

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