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Single point entry
Remote control
This is a security feature that unlocks only the
driver’s door and taildoor. It can be disabled
on individual remote controls by unlocking
the vehicle then simultaneously pressing and
holding the lock and unlock buttons for three
seconds. The vehicle will lock and then unlock
in the currently selected mode and the hazard
warning lamps will flash twice to confirm the
change.
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You can now unlock all doors with a single
press. Repeating the procedure will re-enable
Single point entry.
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Further information is available within the main
body of the handbook. See USING THE
REMOTE CONTROL (page 38).
1. Lock button.
Press once to lock the vehicle and arm the
alarm.
2. Unlock button.
Press once to disarm the alarm and unlock
the driver's door and taildoor. Press again
to unlock the passenger doors .
3. Approach lighting button.
Press once to switch the headlamps,
position lamps, and license plate lamps on
for a short period. Press again to switch
off. See APPROACH LAMPS (page 68).
4. Taildoor release.
Press to release the taildoor.
5. Panic alarm.
Press twice in three seconds, or press and
hold for two seconds, to activate the Panic
alarm. After five seconds, press and hold
the button again to cancel the alarm.
6. Press the release tab on the remote control
to release the emergency key blade.
7. Pull the key ring attachment to remove the
key blade.
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Engine starting
Engine start/stop
• With the brake pedal depressed and the
gear selector in P (park) or N (neutral),
briefly press the START STOP ENGINE
button to start the engine.
• Press the button again to stop the engine
and switch off the ignition.
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The START STOP ENGINE button 2 is only
operational when a recognised remote control
is inserted into the starter control unit 1
(buttons facing upwards).
1. Press to unlock all doors and tailgate.
2. Press to lock all doors and tailgate.
Press and hold both buttons for three seconds
to release the taildoor.
When inserted (docked) the remote control will
latch into the starter control unit. To remove,
press the remote control to unlatch and
release.
Taildoor
Remote control unit removal
Press the remote control to unlatch and
release from the starter control unit. Remove
by gripping the sides of the remote control.
Ignition only
• Press and hold the START STOP ENGINE
button for a short period, to switch on the
ignition.
• Pressing the button again will switch off
the ignition.
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With the vehicle unlocked, press the release
switch on the underside of the exterior handle
and pull to open.
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Hood
Power operated seat adjustment
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Opening
Pull the hood release lever 1.
1. Backrest adjustment switch.
2. Seat forward/backwards and cushion
height control switch.
Lift the hood safety catch lever 2, and raise the
hood.
3. Lower backrest lumbar support switch.
Closing
Lower the hood until the safety catch engages.
Using both hands, press the hood down until
the catches click.
Wherever possible the seats should be
adjusted with the engine running. In addition,
the seats have an active period that is initiated
when the driver’s door is opened and closed or
the remote control is removed from the
docking port.
Check that both catches 3 are engaged by
trying to lift the front edge of the hood.
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Driving position memory
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Once you have adjusted the power operated
driver's seat and exterior mirrors for your ideal
driving position, the vehicle can memorize
these settings for future use.
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Windows
• To open a window, press the respective
switch to the first position.
• To close the window, pull the switch up to
the first position.
Make sure the remote control is in the docking
port, the ignition is on, then:
1. Press the memory store button to activate
the memory function.
2. Press one of the preset buttons within five
seconds to memorize the current settings.
MEMORY STORED will be displayed on the
message centre accompanied by an
audible chime to confirm the settings have
been memorized.
Window movement can be stopped at any time
by releasing the switch.
The windows have a one touch facility that
allows them to be fully opened or closed with a
single operation of the switch. Press or pull the
switch to the second position and release.
Movement can be stopped by briefly pressing
the switch again.
3. To recall a stored position press the
relevant preset button.
Operating note
Press switch 2 to inhibit the operation of the
rear window switches.
A seat position will only be memorized during
the five second active period.
Resonance with lowered windows
Any existing settings will be over-written
when programming a memory position.
If a resonance or booming sound occurs
when a window is open, lowering an adjacent
window about 25 mm (1 inch) will eliminate
the condition.
Windows and door mirrors
To operate the windows and door mirrors, the
remote control must be in the docking port and
the ignition on.
Door mirror adjustment
To adjust the mirrors, press the L (Left) or R
(Right) button to select the appropriate mirror.
Move the control knob 1 in any direction to
adjust the position of the mirror glass.
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Reverse automatic mirror dip
When reverse gear is selected, the door
mirrors will dip.
Overhead console
The dip position of the door mirrors can be
personalised. See ELECTRIC EXTERIOR
MIRRORS (page 88).
This feature can be disabled or enabled by a
Land Rover Dealer.
Steering column
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Adjustment
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Courtesy lamps
The front and rear courtesy lamps will operate
in conjunction with the vehicle being
unlocked/locked or when a door is opened.
The courtesy lamps can be manually switched
on or off by the lamp switch (arrowed in the
illustration). When the switch is in the centre
position, the lamps operate in automatic mode.
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1. Move the lever located under the steering
wheel fully downward.
Panoramic sunroof
To tilt the sunroof:
2. Adjust the height and reach of the steering
wheel to the desired position.
1. Press and release the front of the switch 2
to open the sunroof to the tilt position.
3. Move the lever fully up to lock the position
of the wheel.
To open the sunroof:
1. Press and release the rear of the switch 1
to fully open the sunroof.
Steering column lock
The vehicle has an electronic steering column
lock that is deactivated when the remote
control is inserted in the starter control unit.
To close the sunroof:
1. From the fully open position, press and
release the front of the switch 2.
Note: It may be necessary to rotate the steering
wheel slightly to release the locking
mechanism. If the steering column lock does
not disengage the engine will not start and
STEERING COLUMN LOCKED will be displayed
in the message centre.
2. From the tilted position, press and hold the
rear of the switch 1.
If the sunroof is moving, it can be stopped by
pressing the switch again.
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Passenger air bag
Operating note
The sunroof can only be operated with the
ignition on.
Seat belts and child restraints
A warning indicator on the
instrument pack will illuminate to
alert you that the driver's or front
passenger's seat belt is unbuckled.
Child seats
It is important to remember that the child's
weight, rather than age, determines the type of
seat that is required. See CHILD SEATS
(page 58).
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The front passenger seat is fitted with an
occupancy sensor system that determines the
state of seat occupancy and sets the air bag
indicator, located on the overhead console, as
follows:
• Seat unoccupied - air bag deactivated and
indicator off.
• Seat occupied - air bag activated and
indicator off.
• Seat occupied by a child seat or low weight
object - air bag deactivated and indicator
on.
Recommended child seat
Land Rover strongly recommends the use of
LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for
children) child seats.
LATCH child seats can only be fitted in the
rear outer seating positions.
See OCCUPANT SENSING (page 55).
Operating note
If the indicator becomes permanently
illuminated when the seat is definitely empty,
please contact your Land Rover Dealer
immediately.
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Heating and ventilation
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These are the primary functions of the heating
and ventilation system.
Press AUTO to select automatic operation of
the system, both LEDs in the switch will
illuminate.
Air conditioning
Air conditioning is an integral part of the
heating and ventilation system, providing
cooled and dehumidified air for occupant
comfort. The dry airflow is effective in
preventing misting of windows and is also
beneficial at low external temperatures.
The system will adjust the heat output, blower
speed, air intake and airflow distribution to
maintain the selected temperature(s) and
reduce misting without further adjustments.
There are two tell-tale indicators on the AUTO
button. The round indicator represents the
blower control, and the rectangular indicator
the air distribution control. In fully automatic
mode both indicators illuminate, the round
indicator will extinguish if the blower speed is
changed manually, and the rectangular
indicator extinguishes if the air distribution is
changed manually.
In ECON (economy) mode air conditioning is
switched off. This reduces the load on the
engine and reduces fuel consumption.
External water deposits
The air conditioning system removes
moisture from the air and deposits excess
water beneath the vehicle. Puddles may form,
but this is no cause for concern.
The air distribution and blower controls can be
operated to override the automatic settings.
This will extinguish the appropriate LED in the
AUTO control.
Auto mode (Automatic systems)
This switch allows you to select
one of three options. The two LEDs
in the switch indicate which option
has been selected. To change
options press the switch repeatedly until the
required option is selected.
To resume fully automatic operation at any
time, press the AUTO button.
Recommended mode
Select AUTO as the normal operating mode.
This will help prevent window misting and
odours from the climate control system.
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Temperature selection
Rotate the control 1 to adjust the temperature
for the respective side of the passenger
compartment.
rear screen heater button.
Press to operate. An LED in the
switch will illuminate whilst
operating. The heaters will automatically
switch off after a preset interval.
Operating note
Air recirculation
Press once to activate air
recirculation. An LED will illuminate
in the switch. Press again to return
to fresh air intake.
On the automatic system, it is not possible to
achieve a temperature differential of more
than 4°C (7°F) between the left and right.
Blower speed
Rotate the blower control 2 to adjust airflow
through the vents. LEDs will illuminate to
indicate which of the eight possible speeds is
currently selected.
Economy mode
To change options
press the switch
repeatedly until the
required option is
Air distribution control
Press to select the desired distribution setting.
An LED will illuminate in the switch.
selected.
1. Neither of the two LEDs are illuminated. Air
conditioning/climate control on.
Front screen and side window
vents
2. Left-hand LED illuminated. Climate control
system is on, but air conditioning is off.
With this option selected the system is in
economy mode.
Face level vents
Foot level vents
3. Right-hand LED illuminated. Climate
control system is off.
More than one setting can be
selected to achieve the desired
distribution.
In economy mode air conditioning is switched
off.
Maximum defrost program
Press to remove frost or heavy
misting from the front screen. The
system will automatically adjust
the blower output for maximum clearing, in
addition the front and rear screen heaters will
be activated.
Off
Press to switch the
system off. An LED will
illuminate in the switch
to show this condition.
Press again to return the system to its previous
operating mode. The system will also be
reactivated by using the AUTO, blower speed,
air distribution or defrost controls.
Press again to switch off defrost mode. The
screen heaters will remain on.
Heated screens
Front screen heater button.
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Seat heaters
Press the relevant button to
operate the required seat heater at
high level. Both LEDs will
illuminate.
Press a second time to heat the seat at a lower
level. One LED will extinguish.
Press a third time to switch off.
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1. Exterior lamps master switch
14. Gear selector
2. Direction indicators/headlamps/trip
computer switch
15. Touch screen
3. Cruise control switches
17. Terrain Response control switch
4. Instrument pack
18. Hill Descent Control (HDC) switch
5. Audio/telephone switches
19. Starter control unit
6. Washer/wiper switch
20. Steering column adjustment lever
7. Start stop engine button
21. Horn switches
8. Master unlock switch
22. Facia illumination dimmer control
16. Parking brake
9. Hazard warning switch
10. Master lock switch
11. Audio unit
12. Heater/air conditioning controls
13. Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) switch
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Instrument pack
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1. Tachometer
2. Temperature gauge
3. Fuel gauge
4. Speedometer
5. Total distance (odometer) and trip
recorder
6. Trip recorder reset switch
7. Gear selector mode and position display
8. Main message centre
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9. Tachometer indicators panel
If the pointer moves into the red segment and
the red warning indicator (arrowed)
illuminates, severe engine damage could occur
(under these circumstances the air
conditioning may switch off and engine
performance may reduce to minimise engine
load).
Tachometer
Indicates engine speed in revolutions per
minute (x 1 000). In normal driving conditions
the engine is most fuel efficient between 2 000
and 3 000 rev/min.
Temperature gauge
At normal operating temperature, the pointer is
positioned midway between the red and blue
segments of the gauge (the precise position
will vary according to climatic conditions).
If the engine overheats, stop the vehicle as
soon as safety permits. Switch the engine off
and allow it to cool down. If the problem
reoccurs, seek qualified assistance before
continuing.
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Fuel gauge
Warning indicators (attention)
If any of the following illuminates whilst driving
a fault has been detected. Refer to the
individual pages given below for further
information.
CAUTION
Never allow your vehicle to run out of
fuel as the resultant misfire may destroy
the catalytic converter.
Battery charge indicator. See
GENERAL DRIVING POINTS
(page 115).
When the ignition is on, the pointer quickly
rises to show the level of fuel in the tank.
Low oil pressure. See GENERAL
DRIVING POINTS (page 115).
Parking brake (USA only). See
PARKING BRAKE (page 111).
Parking brake (Canada only). See
PARKING BRAKE (page 111).
Brake systems (USA only). See
BRAKE FLUID CHECK (page 151).
Brake systems (Canada only). See
BRAKE FLUID CHECK (page 151).
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When the amber low fuel warning indicator
(arrowed) illuminates, the remaining fuel
should give a range of 80 km (50 miles). The
small arrow alongside the fuel pump symbol
indicates the side of the vehicle on which the
fuel filler is located.
Anti-lock braking system. See
HINTS ON DRIVING WITH ABS
(page 110).
Air bag system. See AIR BAG
WARNING LAMP (page 56).
Engine. See REDUCED ENGINE
PERFORMANCE (page 115).
Total distance (odometer) and trip recorder
Indicates the total distance travelled, and also
shows the most recent individual journey
distance.
Tire pressure monitoring system
(TPMS). See TIRE PRESSURE
MONITORING SYSTEM (TPMS)
(page 183).
Trip recorder reset switch
With the ignition on, press to reset the trip
recorder back to zero.
Dynamic Stability Control (DSC).
See USING STABILITY CONTROL
(page 128).
Selected gear display
Displays the currently selected gear and
operating mode.
Adaptive front lighting system. See
ADAPTIVE FRONT LIGHTING
SYSTEM (AFS) (page 67).
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Warning indicators (information)
Wipers and washers
The following will illuminate during normal
driving to indicate that a particular system or
feature is operating.
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2
Seat belt reminder. See SEAT BELT
REMINDER (page 50).
1
Hill Descent Control (HDC) active.
See PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
(page 123).
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7
Cruise control active. See USING
CRUISE CONTROL (page 117).
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Direction indicator. See
DIRECTION INDICATORS
(page 67).
Windshield wipers
1. Intermittent wipe/rain sensor.
Trailer direction indicator. See
TOWING A TRAILER (page 136).
2. Low speed wipe.
Side lamps on. See LIGHTING
CONTROL (page 65).
4. Single wipe - pull down and release to
operate.
Headlamp high beam on. See
LIGHTING CONTROL (page 65).
5. Rotate control to adjust speed of
intermittent wipe or sensitivity of rain
sensor.
3. High speed wipe.
Rear fog lamps on. See REAR FOG
LAMPS (page 66).
Windshield washer
Push the button on the end of the
lever to operate the windshield
washer.
Front fog lamps on. See FRONT
FOG LAMPS (page 66).
Rear wiper and washer
Pull the lever to position 6 for intermittent
operation of the rear wiper. Pull and hold the
lever in position 7 to operate the rear washer
and wiper.
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Direction indicators and headlamp high
beam
Exterior lighting
Exterior lamps master switch
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2
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6
Move the lever up or down to
activate the direction indicators.
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Moving the lever up or down
against spring pressure and then releasing will
flash the indicators three times. Useful for lane
changing.
1. Exterior lamps off
2. Side lamps
3. Headlamps
Push the lever away from you to
select headlamp high beam. A
warning indicator will illuminate on
the instrument pack.
4. Autolamps
• With the switch in AUTO and the engine
running or ignition on, a sensor
monitors the exterior light levels and will
automatically switch the side lamps and
dipped headlamps on and off as
required.
To flash the headlamps, pull the lever towards
the steering wheel and then release.
Gearshift interlocks
5. Rear fog lamps
Park
The remote control must be inserted in the
docking port, the footbrake applied and the
selector release button pressed before the gear
selector can be moved from P (Park).
6. Front fog lamps
7. Facia illumination dimmer control
Operating note
When the head lamp high beam is selected or
flashed, the front fog lamps will automatically
extinguish.
Neutral
If the vehicle remains stationary with N
(Neutral) selected, the selector lever will lock
into the N position after 3 seconds.
Press the selector release button and apply the
footbrake to move the selector lever from N.
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CommandShift™
CommandShift gear selection can be used as
an alternative to automatic gear selection and
is particularly effective when rapid acceleration
or engine braking are required.
Automatic transmission
Sports mode
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In Sports mode, automatic gear changing is
maintained but the gearshift changes are
modified to improve performance.
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To select Sports mode, move the gear selector
from the D position towards the left-hand side
of the vehicle.
•
The word SPORT will appear on the instrument
pack display and the LED in the gear selector
surround will illuminate.
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Select Sports mode. The transmission will
automatically select the gear most
appropriate to the vehicle's road speed and
accelerator position.
Moving the selector lever forward (+) or
backwards (-) and then releasing will
manually select a higher or lower gear
(when available). The message
TRANSMISSION COMMANDSHIFT
SELECTED will appear in the message
centre.
Subsequent gear selections will display the
selected gear on the instrument pack
display.
To deselect CommandShift mode, move
the selector lever back to the D position.
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Cruise control
Hill Descent Control (HDC)
Cruise control enables the driver to maintain a
constant road speed without using the
accelerator pedal.
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HDC operates in conjunction with the anti-lock
braking system to provide greater control in
off-road situations particularly when
descending severe gradients.
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1. SET + : to set a road speed or increase the
speed in 2 km/h (1 mph) steps when cruise
control is operating.
Press the switch (arrowed in
illustration) to select HDC. HDC can
be selected at speeds below 80
km/h (50 mph), but will not be fully active until
the vehicle speed reduces below 50 km/h (30
mph), confirmed by a continuously illuminated
HDC indicator in the instrument pack. Press the
switch again to deselect HDC.
2. SET - : to set a road speed or decrease the
speed in 2 km/h (1 mph) steps when cruise
control is operating.
3. RESUME: resumes the SET speed retained
in memory.
4. CANCEL: cancels cruise control but retains
the set speed in memory.
Operating note
Cruise control will automatically disengage
when the brake pedal is used or when the
vehicle speed falls below 30 km/h (18 mph).
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Terrain Response system
Sand
Suitable for soft, predominantly
dry, yielding sandy ground, e.g.
sand dunes and deserts. If the sand
is damp or wet the Mud-Ruts program may be
more beneficial.
Wading
When wading through water, select the
program suitable for the surface beneath the
water.
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The maximum depth of water should not
exceed 500 mm (19.7 inches).
The Terrain Response system, if fitted, is
always active and cannot be switched off.
When the vehicle is started the system will
normally start in the General program.
Parking aid
With the ignition on, the rear parking sensors
are activated whenever reverse gear is
selected. A short confirmation tone will sound
after one second.
Manual selection of a special program, by
rotating the knob, will provide benefits in how
the vehicle can be driven over different
surfaces or terrains by automatically adjusting
the vehicle's drive and suspension systems.
If an obstruction is detected by the sensors, an
intermittent tone will sound. As the vehicle
moves closer to the obstruction the
intermittent tone increases in frequency.
It is recommended that a special program be
engaged whenever driving conditions could
become difficult, and cancelled once the
conditions for use are no longer present.
When the distance between the sensor and the
obstruction is less than approximately 30 cm
(1 foot) the tone becomes continuous.
General
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The parking aid is automatically switched off
when the vehicle's forward speed exceeds 16
km/h (10 mph).
Suitable for surfaces that match
typical road surfaces.
Grass-Gravel-Snow
Suitable for surfaces which are firm
but have a slippery surface, e.g.
grass, snow, loose gravel, pebbles,
or icy conditions. If the gravel is deep, the Sand
program may be more beneficial.
Mud-Ruts
Suitable for soft, muddy, uneven or
deeply rutted ground.
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Audio system
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11. Press and hold to automatically store radio
stations. Press and release to access the
autostored stations.
1. Press to switch audio unit on or off and
rotate to adjust the volume.
2. Display screen.
12. Press button repeatedly to scroll through
the sound settings options. With the
desired sound setting selected, rotate
control 1 to adjust. Confirm new setting by
pressing button 12.
3. Press to automatically search for a radio
station or select a track on a CD.
4. Press to manually search for a radio
station or to search in a CD track
5. Press to eject the currently selected CD.
6. Press the appropriate mode button to
select FM, AM or CD.
• Press the FM button to change between
FM and Satellite radio broadcasts.
• Press and hold the CD button to change
between CD and AUX input.
7. Telephone button.
8. Press to access the audio unit menu.
9. Rotate to scroll through menu options or
radio presets. Press to select a menu item
or confirm a change.
10. Press appropriate number to select
required preset radio station or disc from
autochanger.
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Steering wheel controls
A selection of radio presets can be stored
manually. See STATION PRESET BUTTONS
(page 214).
1
Satellite radio
2
3
Song seek..
Advanced settings..
Clock..
4
Lock options..
SIRIUS ID..
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SIRIUS ID..
0123456789AB
1. Press to switch between Radio, CD, or
AUX.
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2. Press to increase volume.
Satellite radio is a subscription service. To
activate and use the satellite radio, you will
need to call the satellite radio service provider
(Sirius) and provide them with the Sirius ID of
the audio unit fitted to your vehicle.
3. Press to decrease volume.
4. Press and release to scroll through preset
radio stations or CD tracks. Press and hold
for two seconds to search up or down for
the next radio station/CD track.
To view the Sirius ID:
Radio operation
FM1
1. Press and hold the FM button to select
SAT1. The audio unit will default to Ch 184
or the last selected channel.
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2. Press the MENU button and then rotate the
control clockwise until Advanced settings
is highlighted.
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3. Press the rotary control to select the
highlighted option.
Press either the FM or AM button to select the
required waveband. Repeated presses of either
button will scroll through the FM and AM
waveband memory options.
4. Rotate the control clockwise until SIRIUS
ID is highlighted.
5. Press the rotary control to view the ID.
Storing radio stations
To automatically store radio stations, press
and hold the AUTO button. The stations will be
stored under the preset numbers in the
selected waveband.
6. Press and hold the EXIT button to exit the
menu.
To recall a preset station, press and release one
of the numbered preset buttons.
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Ejecting CDs
Subscribing to Sirius
Ensure you are in a strong signal area by
checking the reception on Ch 184.
Call Sirius on 1.888.539.SIRIUS (7474).
FM1
Provide Sirius with your Sirius ID, details of
the subscription package you require and
payment details.
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Wait for your subscription to be updated
automatically.
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CD operation
To eject a single disc, select the required disc
by pressing one of the number buttons 1 to 6
and then press the eject button.
Compatible disc types
The use of discs with paper labels or
double-sided dual format discs (CD/DVD)
should be avoided as they could become
jammed.
To eject all loaded discs, press and hold the
eject button(arrowed in illustration), the discs
will be ejected one at a time. Remove disc only
when the display shows the message Remove
Disc.
Loading CDs
The audio unit features an integral 6-disc
autochanger.
Clock setting
Time Set
PM 1:39
To insert a single disc, press the CD button
then one of the number buttons (1 to 6). When
prompted by the information display, insert the
disc, label side up. The autochanger will load
the CD in the selected position.
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1. Switch on the audio system, by pressing
the volume rotary control.
Playing CDs
When in CD mode, press the appropriate CD
number (1 to 6) to start playing the selected
disc. Playback commences and progresses
sequentially through all of the loaded discs.
2. Press the MENU button to access the
function menu.
3. Rotate the control to select Clock and
press to confirm selection.
Playback can be paused by briefly pressing one
of the other mode buttons (FM or AM).
Playback will resume when the CD button is
pressed again.
4. Rotate the control to adjust the hour and
minutes. Press the control to confirm
setting after each action. The time mode
(12 or 24 hr) can also be set from this
menu.
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5. Once the time has been set, press the
rotary control to accept the settings. Press
the EXIT button to return to the menu.
Operating note
If more than one paired Bluetooth phone is in
range, the system will automatically select the
last phone used in Bluetooth mode.
Telephone - Bluetooth system
Mobile phones with Bluetooth capability can
communicate with the vehicle’s inbuilt
telephone feature. You must pair your
Bluetooth mobile phone with the vehicle’s
system before use.
Mobile phone compatibility
Not all phones are fully compatible with the
Land Rover system. For the latest list of
compatible phones and software versions,
please refer to
www.ownerinfo.landrover.com.
Alternatively consult your Land Rover Dealer.
Pairing a phone to the vehicle's system
1. With the ignition on, press the telephone
mode button on the audio unit.
2. When prompted, press the ENTER control
to confirm that you want to pair a
telephone to the system.
3. The system will ask you to check that your
Bluetooth function on your telephone is
enabled. Press the ENTER control to
confirm. The system will then search for
your telephone.
4. After the search is completed, the detected
telephones will be listed. Rotate the ENTER
control to scroll through the list and press
to select the correct telephone.
5. The audio unit will then display a Bluetooth
access code number. Enter this number
into your telephone. The telephone will
now pair to the system.
6. If the pairing fails, a message will appear
on the audio unit display. Press the ENTER
control to retry or press the EXIT button
and restart the process.
7. To cancel the pairing process, press and
hold the telephone button on the audio
unit.
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Making a call
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1. With a paired handset, press the telephone
mode button on the audio unit.
2. Enter the required telephone number using
the numeric keypad.
3. Press and release the ENTER control or
operate the answer call switch 1 on the
steering wheel to send.
Receiving a call
To answer an incoming call, press and release
the ENTER control on the audio unit, or operate
the answer call switch 1 on the steering wheel
controls.
To end, or reject an incoming call, press and
release the EXIT button or operate the end call
switch 2 on the steering wheel controls.
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