Range Rover Evoque: Trip computer

The computer memory stores data for a journey or series of journeys until it is reset to zero.

The displayed information is for guidance only, as it can be affected by traffic, road and weather conditions.

Three independent memories are available, A, B and Auto. A and B memories can be reset independently, while the Auto trip will reset after every ignition cycle as the vehicle moves.

Trip computer information is displayed on the instrument panel.

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 Changing the display

Changing the display Press the TRIP button on the end of the left column stalk repeatedly to display the trip data in the following order: - Date and odometer. - Trip distance. - Average speed

 Trip distance

Distance travelled since the last memory reset. The maximum trip reading is 9 999.9 (kilometres or miles). The computer will automatically reset to zero if this distance is exceeded.

 Range

This shows the predicted distance, miles or kilometres, that the vehicle should travel on the remaining fuel, assuming fuel consumption stay constant.

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 Changing a fuse

Always turn off the ignition system and the affected electrical circuit, before replacing a fuse. Fit Land Rover approved replacement fuses of the same rating and type, or fuses of matching specification. Using an incorrect fuse, may result in damage to the vehicle's electrical system and

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