Range Rover Evoque: Maintenance Schedules - Gasoline Engines

Under Bonnet View

Range Rover Evoque. Maintenance Schedules

Maintenance Operations

Range Rover Evoque. CAUTIONS CAUTIONS:

Always refer to the correct market Maintenance check sheet for the correct service scheduling.

Note that the A and B Services listed on the Maintenance Check Sheet, applicable to vehicles operating under arduous conditions, vary both in period and mileage (kilometres) to the intervals specified for those vehicles operating under normal conditions. Reference must therefore, always be made to the 'Arduous Conditions section' for vehicles operating under these conditions.

Vehicle Interior

Front seats

Range Rover Evoque. Maintenance Schedules

Rear Seats

Range Rover Evoque. Maintenance Schedules

Safety Belts

Front Seat Belt Mountings

Range Rover Evoque. Maintenance Schedules

Rear Seat Belt Mountings

Range Rover Evoque. Maintenance Schedules

Reel Mounting - Center Rear Seat Belt

Range Rover Evoque. Maintenance Schedules

Buckle Mounting - Center Rear seat Belt

Range Rover Evoque. Maintenance Schedules

1. Fully extend each safety belt and check that it returns unassisted; repeat for all belts.

2. Check entire length of safety belt webbing for signs of fraying or damage: repeat for all belts.

3. Connect each safety belt to the correct buckle, check safety belt buckle and tongue are secure; check that buckle releases tongue correctly.

4. Check all safety belt and buckle mountings and fixings for security.

Range Rover Evoque. Maintenance Schedules

5. Check front safety belt height adjusters for correct operation.

Lamps, Horns and Warning Indicators

Washers and Wipers

Range Rover Evoque. Maintenance Schedules

Parking brake

With the vehicle stationary, apply the parking brake and check for correct operation.

For additional information, refer to: Parking Brake (206-05 Parking Brake and Actuation, Description and Operation).

Pollen Filter

Vehicle Exterior

Wheels and Tires

Range Rover Evoque. NOTES NOTE: Do not install wheels at this stage.

Braking System

1. Inspect front brake pads for wear.

For additional information, refer to: Specifications (206-03 Front Disc Brake, Specifications).

2. Inspect rear brake pads for wear.

For additional information, refer to: Specifications (206-04 Rear Disc Brake, Specifications).

3. Check brake calipers for signs of fluid leaks.

Front brakes

Range Rover Evoque. Maintenance Schedules

Rear brakes

Range Rover Evoque. Maintenance Schedules

4. Check brake discs for condition.

5. Check all brake booster and brake system pipes and hoses for condition, chafing and leaks.

6. Clean road wheel hub spigots and apply grease, Land Rover Part Number RYL 105020 to the wheel mating surface of each spigot.

7. Replace brake fluid. For additional information, refer to: Brake System Pressure Bleeding (206-00 Brake System - General Information, General Procedures).

8. Vehicles fitted with Uni-directional tires: Install road wheels on their respective hubs ensuring that stud to wheel relationship is maintained.

9. Vehicles fitted with NON Uni-directional tires: Install wheels on the opposite side of the vehicle but ensure that they are on the same axle as they were originally installed.

10. Install road wheel nuts and tighten to 133 Nm (98 lb-ft).

Door Locks and Hinges

1. Check operation of all door locks, bonnet lock and fuel filler flap.

2. Lubricate all door check straps, bonnet catch and fuel filler flap catch. Russian and Nordic markets only

Under bonnet

Cooling System

Range Rover Evoque. CAUTIONS CAUTIONS: Anti-freeze concentration must be maintained at 50%.

1. Check specific gravity of coolant using a hydrometer.

Range Rover Evoque. NOTES NOTE: A suitable hydrometer is available from the Equipment Programme under Part Number 511 3302 001 00.

2. Top-up cooling system if necessary.

For additional information, refer to: Specifications (303-03B Engine Cooling - GTDi 2.0L Petrol, Specifications).

Cooling system - Check/Top-up

Range Rover Evoque. Maintenance Schedules

Range Rover Evoque. WARNINGS WARNING: Since injury such as scalding could be caused by escaping steam or coolant, do not remove the filler cap from the coolant expansion tank whilst the system is hot.

Range Rover Evoque. CAUTIONS CAUTIONS: Engine coolant will damage the paint finished surfaces. If coolant is spilled, immediately remove the coolant and wash the area with water.

Always top-up with a 50% mixture of anti-freeze and water.

Coolant - Replace

Replace the coolant.

For additional information, refer to: Cooling System Draining, Filling and Bleeding (303-03B Engine Cooling - GTDi 2.0L Petrol, General Procedures).

Spark plugs

Renew the spark plugs.

For additional information, refer to: Spark Plugs (303-07B Engine Ignition - GTDi 2.0L Petrol, Removal and Installation).

Air Filtering

1. Replace the air cleaner element.

For additional information, refer to: Air Cleaner Element (303-12B Intake Air Distribution and Filtering - GTDi 2.0L Petrol, Removal and Installation).

Accessory Drive Belt

Replace the accessory drive belt. For additional information, refer to: Accessory Drive Belt (303-05B Accessory Drive - GTDi 2.0L Petrol, Removal and Installation).

Fluid levels

Brake Fluid Reservoir

Range Rover Evoque. Maintenance Schedules

Windshield Washer Reservoir

Range Rover Evoque. Maintenance Schedules

Battery

Engine Oil and Filter

Under vehicle

Automatic transmission oil

Suspension mounting rubbers

Check for free play in all suspension mounting rubbers.

Suspension, Driveshafts, Steering boots and gaiters

Check condition of all suspension, driveshafts, steering boots and gaiters.

Brake hoses

Replace all flexible brake hoses

Brake servo hose, Brake, Fuel, PAS and Clutch pipes and unions

Check visually brake servo hose, brake, fuel, PAS and clutch pipes, unions, and electrical harnesses for chafing, leaks and corrosion.

Fuel leaks

Check for fuel leaks.

Exhaust system

Check exhaust system for leaks, security and damage

Steering rod ball joints

Check steering rod ball joint fixings and condition of ball joints and dust covers.

Fault lamps

If fault lamp(s) are illuminated, interrogate that system using SDD and report findings.

Service interval

Reset the service interval announcement indicator.

For additional information, refer to: Service Indicator Reset (413-09 Warning Devices, General Procedures).

Service record

Endorse service record.

Service actions or recalls

Check for any applicable outstanding service actions or recalls.

Report additional work

Report any unusual features of vehicle condition and additional work required.

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