Range Rover Evoque: Warning lamps

RED warning lamps are for primary warnings.

A primary warning must be investigated immediately.

Seek qualified assistance before continuing.

AMBER and YELLOW warning lamps are for secondary warnings. Some indicate that a vehicle system is in operation, others indicate that the driver must take action and then seek qualified assistance as soon as possible GREEN and BLUE lamps within the instrument panel indicate system status, such as green for direction indicators, when in operation and blue for high beam.

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 Bulb check

A warning lamp bulb check is initiated when the ignition system is switched on and lasts for 3 seconds (except for the airbag warning lamp which will remain on for 6 seconds). If any warning lamp

 Critical warning message (red)

Critical warning message (red) Illuminates when a critical warning message is available in the message centre.

 Low oil pressure (red)

Low oil pressure (red) Illuminates briefly when the ignition is switched on and extinguishes when the engine is started. If the lamp remains on, flashes or illuminates while driving, stop the v

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 Valet

Selection: Valet mode allows the vehicle to be driven and locked by a parking attendant, without giving access to the luggage compartment. Valet mode also prevents operation of the touch screen, to prevent access to telephone numbers or navigation addresses. From the Home menu, select Valet:

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