Range Rover Evoque: Timed climate remote control - Heating and ventilation - Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Owner's ManualRange Rover Evoque: Timed climate remote control

The dedicated remote control has a range of approximately 100m (328ft). Press and hold the ON button for two seconds.

Note: Avoid touching the antenna when operating the ON or OFF button.

Timed climate remote control
Timed climate remote control

1. On button.
2. Off button.
3. LED (operation indicator).
4. Antenna.

Press and hold the ON button for approximately two seconds. The green LED will illuminate for 2 seconds to confirm that a program has been initiated. The LED flashes once every 2 seconds to indicate that the program is active.

The timed climate program will continue for 30 minutes and then switch off automatically to prevent the vehicle battery from discharging. It also turns off automatically if the engine is started.

The system may not operate, or will switch off automatically, if: - Fuel level is low.

- The vehicle’s battery charge is low.

- Engine coolant temperature is at or above its required temperature.

- The engine has not been started since the last programme cycle.

The remote control LED indicator signals other states and conditions for the timed climate as follows: - Illuminates red for 2 seconds when the OFF button is pressed, to indicate that the program has stopped.

- Flashes green or red for 2 seconds then stops when the ON or OFF buttons are pressed, to indicate that no action has been taken.

- Illuminates orange for 2 seconds before showing green or red, to indicate that the remote battery is low.

- Flashes orange for 5 seconds to indicate that no action has been taken and the remote battery should be replaced.

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