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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See 197, WEIGHTS, for details of the Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW), Gross train weight (GTW), axle weights and maximum payload. Europe only: When towing, the maximum permissible Gross Vehicle Weight can be increased by a maximum of 100kg (220lb) provided that the road speed is limited to 97km/

 Dealer locations

Details of Land Rover Dealers are held on the Navigation System hard drive as a points of interest (POI) category. Certain Dealers may be located in areas that are not fully mapped on the hard drive. If a route is set to one of these Dealers, guidance may only be possible to the nearest town c

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