Range Rover Evoque: Interior mirror - Mirrors - Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Owner's ManualRange Rover Evoque: Interior mirror

Auto dimming mirror
Auto dimming mirror

1. Ambient light sensor.

2. High beam assist sensor.

Interior mirror dimming will adjust automatically according to the amount of ambient light when the ignition is on. If reverse gear is selected, the automatic dimming feature is turned off to allow maximum visibility for reversing.

Note: Ensure that the forward facing sensors (1) and (2) on the back of the rear view mirror are not blocked or obstructed.

Note: If the mirror becomes detached from the windscreen it should be reattached by a Land Rover Dealer/Authorised Repairer.

Note: If the rear screen is obscured, or the light falling on the mirror is reduced by an obstruction, the automatic dimming feature may not operate correctly.

Manual dimming mirror
Manual dimming mirror

To dim the light levels reflected by the mirror, push the lever forward. To return it to normal light levels, pull the lever back.

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