Range Rover Evoque: Xenon lamps

ignite the High voltage is required to ignite the gas and metal vapour which are used to power Xenon lamps. Contact with this voltage can cause serious injury.
Replacement or maintenance of Xenon lamps should only be carried out by suitably qualified personnel.
Xenon lamp units operate at a very high temperature. Ensure that the lamp units have cooled before attempting to touch them.
Xenon lamp units contain Mercury which is highly toxic and can be extremely harmful.

correct Seek advice about the correct disposal of Xenon lamp units from a Land Rover Dealer or your local authority.



Moving the nearside headlamp unit to access bulbs; 1. Remove the two plastic fixings. 2. Pull the tube up to release from the air box. This will allow more room for manoeuvrability. 3. Remove

 Direction indicator and side lamp bulbs

Removing the nearside bulbs; To gain more room for accessibility, follow steps 1 and 2 for moving the nearside headlamp unit. 1. At the back of the headlamp unit, remove the indicator bulb hous

 Rear lamp bulbs

1. Remove the two fixings. 2. Direction indicator. 3. Reversing lamp Turn the relevant bulb holder counter clockwise and pull to remove from the lamp unit. Grip the holder then press the bulb i


 Locking wheel nuts

Locking wheel nuts can be removed only by using the special adapter provided in the tool kit. Note: When the vehicle is first supplied, the adapter may be stored in the glove compartment. It should be removed and stored in the tool kit as soon as possible. Note: A code number is stamped onto

 Locks, Latches and Entry Systems

Principle of Operation For a detailed description of the locks, latches and entry systems and operation, refer to the relevant Description and Operation section of the workshop manual REFER to: Handles, Locks, Latches and Entry Systems (501-14 Handles, Locks, Latches and Entry Systems, Description

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