Range Rover Evoque: Wading

The maximum advisable wading depth is 500mm (19.7in). If the vehicle remains stationary in water above the door sill level, severe electrical damage may occur.

Do not switch off the engine when

Do not switch off the engine when wading and avoid stopping. If the engine stalls, restart immediately.

If water has entered the engine air intake, switch off immediately. The vehicle must be recovered from the water and be transported to a Land Rover Dealer/Authorised Repairer.

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 Driver override options

Although Dynamic Stability Control is automatically engaged when a special program is selected, it can be turned off if required. See 91, DISABLING DSC. Hill Descent Control (HDC) will be automat

 System difficulties

Use of an incorrect program will impair the vehicle's response to the terrain and can reduce the life of the suspension and drive systems. If the system becomes partially inoperable for any re

 Terrain response messages

Messages relating to the Terrain response system are displayed in the message centre. See 56, INSTRUMENT PANEL. Most of the messages that appear will be for information only and require no driver

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 Control Diagram

NOTES: A = Hardwired; N = Medium Speed CAN (controller area network) bus; D = High Speed CAN bus; T = Coaxial; O = LIN (local interconnect network) bus; P = Fibre Optic MOST; AD = NSTC; AE = LVDS; Park assist is not available to all markets. CONTROL DIAGRAM - SHEET 1 OF 3 - PARKING AID AND PARK ASS

 Checking the tyre pressures

Tyre information label location. Tyre pressures should be checked regularly using an accurate pressure gauge, when the tyres are cold. The following procedure should be used to check and adjust the tyres pressures. 1. Remove the valve cap. 2. Firmly attach a tyre pressure gauge/inflator

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