Range Rover Evoque: Powered tailgate opening height

The maximum opening height can be set as required. This is useful in parking areas with low ceiling heights or just for ease of use.

1. Open the tailgate to the position which you want to set as the maximum height. Press any tailgate control to stop movement at the required position. Final position can be achieved manually if required.

2. Ensure that the tailgate is stationary for at least three seconds.

3. Press and hold the tailgate close switch for ten seconds to set the maximum opening height.

4. Close the tailgate, then open again to check that it opens to the programmed height.

Note: If, after performing part 3 of the process the tailgate closes automatically, the required height has not been set. Repeat the process ensuring that all steps are adhered to.

To reset the maximum opening height, repeat the process, but when the tailgate reaches its current programmed height, manually move it to the fully open position before pressing and holding the button.

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