Range Rover Evoque: Parking aids

Parking aids
Parking aids

1. Parking aid on/off switch. The switch indicator will illuminate.

When reverse gear is selected, the front and rear parking sensors are activated automatically.

To turn off, press the button. The indicator will extinguish.

2. Approximate sensor range -600mm (24in).

3. Approximate sensor range -1500mm (60in).

responsibility It remains the driver’s responsibility to detect obstacles and estimate the vehicle’s distance from them. Some overhanging objects, barriers, chain link fences, small children, animals, thin obstructions or painted surfaces may not be detected by the system.

frequency Systems using the same frequency band as the front parking sensors, may cause irregular tones to be emitted.

Front sensors will remain active as long as the vehicle's speed does not exceed 16km/h (10mph).

With automatic transmission, selecting N from R will keep front and rear sensors active.

When objects are detected, the parking aid emits a warning tone which increases in frequency as the vehicle gets closer to the object and then becomes constant when the obstacle is within 300mm (12in).

Note: The front parking aid provides an audible proximity warning when driving forwards and when reversing.

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The rear sensors are automatically disabled when a trailer with an approved electrical connector is connected. Note: Trailers fitted with LED lights will not disable the rear parking aids sensors.

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When washing the vehicle do not aim high pressure water jets directly at the sensors. Do not use abrasive materials or hard/sharp objects to clean the sensors. Only use approved vehicle shampo

 System fault

If a system fault is detected, a long high-pitched tone will sound and the switch indicator will flash. A message will be displayed in the message centre. Contact your Dealer/ Authorised Repairer

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