Range Rover Evoque: Lighting control

Lighting control
Lighting control

1. With the headlamps on, push the control away from the steering wheel to select high beam. The instrument pack warning lamp will illuminate.

Note: Do not use high beam where it may distract other road users.

2. Pull the control towards the steering wheel and release to flash the high beam on and off. The high beam will remain on for as long as the switch is held.

3. Sidelights.

4. Headlamps.

5. AUTO. With Auto lamps selected, when ambient light fades and the ignition is on, the side lamps, tail lamps, low beam headlamps and licence plate lamps will switch on automatically. Headlamp courtesy delay, High beam assist and Windscreen wipers detection may also be activated.

Note: Low exterior light levels, caused by adverse weather conditions, may also cause the autolamp system to activate.

6. Rear fog lamps. Will operate only while sidelights, headlamps or Auto lamps are selected. Turn the collar towards the steering wheel and release. The instrument pack warning lamp will illuminate.

7. Front fog lamps. Will operate only while sidelights, headlamps or Auto lamps are selected. Turn the collar away from the steering wheel and release.The instrument pack warning lamp will illuminate.

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