Range Rover Evoque: Locking and arming the alarm - Exiting the vehicle - Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Owner's ManualRange Rover Evoque: Locking and arming the alarm

additions should be made to the CAUTION: No modifications or additions should be made to the anti-theft system. Such changes could cause the system to malfunction.

There are two levels of security: - Single locking. With all doors and tailgate closed, press the lock button on the Smart Key once, to Single lock the vehicle and activate the perimeter alarm. The alarm LED in the instrument panel will start to flash and the hazard warning lamps will flash once to confirm locking. Power fold mirrors will fold in (if enabled).

- Double locking. A second press within three seconds will Double lock the vehicle and activate the full alarm system. The hazard warning lamps will flash a second time to confirm the enhanced Double lock state. An audible confirmation may also be given. The audible warning can be set/disabled via Audible Lock Warning in the Vehicle Settings menu. See 56, VEHICLE INFORMATION AND SETTINGS MENU.

a door, the The vehicle will not lock if a door, the tailgate or the bonnet aperture is open, or the ignition is ON. No lamps will flash and if the lock request is via the Smart Key, there will be an audible mislock warning.

does not Ensure that the Smart Key does not remain in the vehicle prior to closure. If the vehicle is in an area of localised RF interference or the Smart Key is shielded by metal objects, the vehicle may close and lock with no means of opening again.

Keys Remove any additional Smart Keys from the vehicle before locking.

Note: The fuel filler flap can be opened only when the alarm is disarmed.

    Lock confirmation
    If you are uncertain whether the vehicle is locked and armed (either by single or double locking), press either the Smart Key lock button or, if Keyless entry is fitted, touch an exterior door han ...

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