Range Rover Evoque: Jacking

General

Range Rover Evoque. WARNINGS WARNING: The following instructions must be adhered to before raising the vehicle off the ground:

Range Rover Evoque. WARNINGS WARNING: If the drive shaft(s) are to be disconnected, it will be necessary to raise all four wheels off the ground in order that the shaft(s) can be rotated. DO NOT use the customer jack and ensure that the vehicle is adequately supported on axle stands. With the vehicle raised, it will be necessary to release the park brake and select Neutral - 'N' in the main transmission to enable the drive shaft(s) to be rotated.

Range Rover Evoque. CAUTIONS CAUTIONS:

To avoid damage to the underbody components of the vehicle, the following instructions must be adhered to: Do not position jacks or axle stands under the following components:

Range Rover Evoque. NOTES NOTE: For certain repair operations, it may be necessary to support the engine under the oil pan. In this case, a block of hardwood or a rubber pad must be positioned on the jack lifting pad to protect the oil pan.

Hydraulic jack

Range Rover Evoque. WARNINGS WARNINGS:

Before commencing work on underside of vehicle, ensure that axle stands are correctly positioned and vehicle is securely supported.

Always chock the rear wheels when jacking the front of the vehicle.

A hydraulic jack with a minimum lifting capacity of 1500 kg, (3,300 lbs) must be used.

Raising and Supporting the Vehicle

To assist in raising the vehicle, use the customer jacking points on the sill or on the trolley jack position at the rear of the front subframe as indicated in the following illustrations.

Raising the front of the vehicle

Range Rover Evoque. WARNINGS WARNING: Always chock the rear wheels when jacking the front of the vehicle.

Apply the parking brake.

Select 'P' - Park on automatic transmission selector.

Select 'N' - Neutral on manual transmission.

Range Rover Evoque. Raising the front of the vehicle

Position lifting pad of jack beneath the jacking point located on the rear of the front subframe, position 3.

With vehicle at desired height, carefully lower jack until vehicle rests on axle stand(s), position 1 or 2.

Range Rover Evoque. WARNINGS WARNING: Before commencing work on underside of vehicle, ensure that axle stands are correctly positioned and vehicle is securely supported.

Range Rover Evoque. CAUTIONS CAUTION: Position suitable material between axle stands and the sill to prevent damage.

Reverse procedure when removing vehicle from stands.

Raising the rear of the vehicle

All vehicles

Range Rover Evoque. WARNINGS WARNING: Always chock the front wheels when jacking the rear of the vehicle.

Apply the parking brake.

Select 'P' - Park on automatic transmission selector.

Select 'N' - Neutral on manual transmission.

Range Rover Evoque. Raising the rear of the vehicle

Vehicles with four-wheel drive

On vehicles with four-wheel drive, position lifting pad of jack beneath the rear jacking point located on the rear differential support bracket, position 3.

With vehicle at desired height, position axle stand(s) as illustration and carefully lower jack until vehicle rests on axle stand(s), position 1 or 2.

Vehicles with two-wheel drive

Range Rover Evoque. CAUTIONS CAUTION: With no central jacking point at the rear it is not possible to raise both sides of the vehicle at once.

On vehicles with two-wheel drive, position lifting pad of jack beneath the rear jacking point located on the body, position 1.

With vehicle at desired height, position axle stand(s) as illustration and carefully lower jack until vehicle rests on axle stand(s), position 2.

All vehicles

Range Rover Evoque. WARNINGS WARNING: Before commencing work on underside of vehicle, ensure that axle stands are correctly positioned and vehicle is securely supported.

Range Rover Evoque. CAUTIONS CAUTION: Position suitable material between axle stands and body to prevent damage.

Reverse procedure when removing vehicle from stands.

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