Range Rover Evoque: Tyre pressure monitoring (TPM) system

pressure warning and does not The TPM system provides a low pressure warning and does not re-inflate your tyres. Tyre pressures should be checked regularly using an accurate pressure gauge when cold.
The TPM system can NOT register damage to a tyre. Regularly check the condition of your tyres, especially if the vehicle is driven off-road.

care not to When inflating tyres, take care not to bend or damage the TPM system valves. Always ensure correct alignment of the inflation head to the valve system.

Note: Different types of tyre may affect the performance of the TPM system. Always replace tyres in accordance with recommendations.

1. TPM system external metal lock nut and

1. TPM system external metal lock nut and valve.

2. Non TPM system rubber valve.

The TPM system constantly monitors the tyre pressure in each wheel. Temporary use spare tyres (when fitted) are not monitored.

The tyre pressure warning lamp

The tyre pressure warning lamp illuminates when one or more of the tyres is significantly under-inflated or a non TPM system wheel and tyre is in use.

This will be accompanied by a

This will be accompanied by a graphic and message in the message centre. The graphic and message will indicate which of the TPM system tyres needs attention.

You should stop and check the tyres as soon as possible and inflate them to the recommended pressure. See 212, CHECKING THE TYRE PRESSURES.


 Tpm system messages

When a problem is detected, the warning lamp will illuminate or flash. A text message will be displayed. Until the fault is rectified, the warnings will be repeated each time the ignition is switc

 Tyre change

Valve stem seal, washer, nut, valve core and cap should be replaced at every tyre change. Valve stem seal, washer and nut must be replaced if valve retention nut is loosened. Sensor units and n

 Replacement sensor

Should the sensor require replacing, it should be carried out by a Dealer/Authorised Repairer. A replacement sensor must be fitted to a running wheel in order to be recognised by the system. The v


 Rds-tmc display

When a TMC signal is received the icon in the top left of the screen will appear green. If a TMC signal is not being received, the icon will be shown with a bar through it. The system will inform the driver of any reported roadworks, narrow road, contraflow, accidents, slippery road, diversion

 Brake/clutch fluid check

Seek qualified assistance immediately if brake pedal travel is unusually long or if there is any significant loss of brake fluid. Driving under such conditions could result in extended stopping distances or complete brake failure. Brake fluid is highly toxic - keep containers sealed and out

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