Range Rover Evoque: Locking wheel nuts

Locking wheel nuts can be removed only by using the special adapter provided in the tool kit.

Note: When the vehicle is first supplied, the adapter may be stored in the glove compartment. It should be removed and stored in the tool kit as soon as possible.

Note: A code number is stamped onto the underside of the adapter. If a replacement adapter is required, you will be asked to quote this number. Ensure that the number is recorded and kept safe, but should not be kept with the vehicle.

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 Releasing locking wheel nuts

1. Insert the wheel nut adapter into the locking wheel nut, ensuring that it is fully engaged. 2. Locate the wheel brace over the adapter and unscrew the wheel nut half a turn counter clockwise.

 Wheel changing

WARNING - THAT NO PERSON SHOULD PLACE ANY PORTION OF THEIR BODY UNDER A VEHICLE THAT IS SUPPORTED BY A JACK. Position the jack from the side of the vehicle, in line with the appropriate jacking

 Tyres

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 Engine oil check

Check the engine oil weekly. If any significant or sudden drop in oil level is noted, seek qualified assistance. Never allow the oil level to fall below the lower mark or notch on the dipstick. If the message ENGINE OIL PRESSURE LOW is displayed, stop the engine as soon as it is safe to do

 Headlamps

Moving the nearside headlamp unit to access bulbs; 1. Remove the two plastic fixings. 2. Pull the tube up to release from the air box. This will allow more room for manoeuvrability. 3. Remove the four grille fixings. 4. Remove the two retaining bolts. 5. At the rear of the headlamp unit, p

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