Range Rover Evoque: Steering column lock
During vehicle recovery, a
must remain inside the vehicle, so that
the steering column remains unlocked.
See 216, RECOVERY.
Your vehicle is fitted with an electronic steering
column lock, which locks and unlocks in
conjunction with the vehicle locking system. It
also locks automatically, after a time delay, if
the ignition is switched off and the Smart Key
is removed from the vehicle.
Any malfunction of the steering column lock
will be indicated by the message Steering
Column Locked being displayed in the
message centre. If this occurs:
1. Lock and then unlock the vehicle using the
2. Try again to unlock the steering column
lock, by turning the steering wheel gently
to the left and right.
3. If the problem persists, seek qualified
If Valet mode is active when you enter the
vehicle, touch the Valet button to view the
Valet mode screen.
Enter your four digit PIN and touch the OK
Valet mode is deactivated is displayed
Ensure there is minimum space
(39 in) above the rear of vehicle before
operating the tailgate. Insufficient space
may result in damage to the vehicle.
Do not operate the tailgate
1. Press to open the powered tailgate.
2. Press and release to close the powered
After the tailgate has opened to its set height, it
can be manually raised or lowered. If the
Image Processing Module B (IPMB) 5 Camera System
Diagnosis by substitution from a donor vehicle is NOT acceptable. Substitution
of control modules does
not guarantee confirmation of a fault, and may also cause additional faults in
the vehicle being tested and/or the donor
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
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