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CONTENTS  SECTION 1  Introduction ..........................................................  1  SECTION 2  Controls   ins...
SECTION 1 Introduction  Section Contents Page Reporting safety defects .............................. 1 Safety warnings .....
Introduction WARNING LABELS ATTACHED TO THE VEHICLE  PASSPORT TO SERVICE The Passport to Service included in your literatu...
Introduction INFORMATION LABELS FIXED TO THE VEHICLE  A. BATTERY WARNING LABEL  NOTE  Various labels are fixed to the vehi...
Introduction  Details of the vehicle height, both with and without an open sunroof and information on the vehicle   s hand...
Introduction VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER  VIN  If you need to communicate with a Land Rover dealer, you may be asked to ...
Introduction ANTI-THEFT PRECAUTIONS While it may be impossible to deter the    professional    car thief, the majority of ...
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SECTION 2 Controls   instruments  Section Contents Page Controls ..................................................... 11 ...
Controls  1. Instrument panel illumination control  14. Electric mirror adjustment control  2. LH switch panel  15. Steeri...
Locks   alarm ALARM SYSTEM Your vehicle is fitted with a sophisticated electronic anti-theft alarm system. In order to ens...
Locks   alarm Unlocking with the handset Within range of the vehicle, briefly press the PLAIN button on the handset  the h...
Locks   alarm Always fit a Panasonic CR2032 replacement battery  available from a Land Rover dealer  and adopt the followi...
Locks   alarm  ALARM OR HANDSET DIFFICULTIES Alarm goes off unexpectedly.  Ensure all windows, doors, hood and sunroof are...
Locks   alarm Locking the doors without activating the alarm By turning the key to the lock position and then holding it i...
Locks   alarm Child locks Move the locking levers to the    ON    position  as illustrations  to engage. With the child lo...
Seats  MANUALLY OPERATED FRONT SEATS  Lumbar support  1  Rotate the handwheel to increase or decrease support to the lumba...
Seats POWER OPERATED FRONT SEATS  if fitted  The seat adjustment controls are situated on the centre console adjacent to t...
Seats  Seat cushion height Push the switch up or down, to raise or lower the cushion.  Seat back adjustment Twist the swit...
Seats  Head restraint adjustment  power operated seats only   Heated front seats With the starter switch turned to positio...
Seats 1. Push the release buttons located behind the seat backrest  arrowed in illustration .  2. Fold the backrest forwar...
Seats  INWARD FACING SEATS  if fitted  With the loadspace cover  if fitted  retracted and stowed, pull out the seat stand,...
Seat belts SEAT BELT SAFETY  WARNING Seat belts are life saving equipment. In a collision, occupants not wearing a seat be...
Seat belts WEARING SEAT BELTS CORRECTLY  Fastening the inertia reel belts Draw the belt over the shoulder and across the c...
Seat belts WARNING     DO NOT fit more than one person into a belt  this could result in the occupants striking each other...
Seat belts CHILD RESTRAINTS FOR SMALL CHILDREN AND BABIES Infants and children too small for adult seat belts should be re...
Seat belts Testing inertia reel belts From time to time, carry out the following tests   Care   maintenance of seat belts ...
SRS Airbag The airbag supplementary restraint system  SRS  provides additional protection for the driver and front seat pa...
SRS Airbag WARNING  WARNING  Following inflation, some SRS airbag components are hot - DO NOT touch until they have cooled...
SRS Airbag SRS airbag warning light Whenever the starter switch is turned to position    II   , the diagnostic control uni...
SRS Airbag WARNING The components that make up the SRS airbag are sensitive to electrical or physical interference, either...
Steering column  STEERING COLUMN ADJUSTMENT Adjust the height of the steering column to suit your driving position, as fol...
Exterior mirrors ELECTRIC MIRRORS 1. Turn the control fully to    L    or    R    to select either the left or right hand ...
Instruments  1. Tachometer Indicates engine speed in revolutions per minute. In normal driving conditions the engine is mo...
Instruments  The AMBER low fuel warning light will indicate when the remaining fuel is approximately 2.4 US gallons  9 lit...
Warning lights  The light should extinguish when the parking brake is fully released or shortly after the electrical circu...
Warning lights Hazard warning lights - RED Illuminates when the hazard warning lights are flashing.  WARNING Extreme cauti...
Warning lights Battery charging - RED The light illuminates as a bulb check when the starter switch is turned to position ...
Lights   indicators Direction indicators Move the lever down to indicate a LEFT turn, and up to indicate a RIGHT turn  the...
Wipers   washers WINDSCREEN WIPERS The wipers and washers will only operate when the starter switch is turned to position ...
Wipers   washers WINDSCREEN WASHER Pull the lever towards the steering wheel. The windscreen wipers will operate half a se...
Switches Rear fog lights Press to operate, press a second time to switch off. The rear fog guard lights will ONLY operate ...
Switches  Horn To operate, press the the horn symbol edges of the steering wheel pad. Cruise control master switch The fun...
Windows    One touch    down  front windows only  By firmly pressing  and then releasing  the bottom of a switch, a front ...
Sunroof  2. Rear sunroof isolation switch. Always isolate the rear sunroof when driving with children in the rear of the v...
Heating   ventilation  The location of air vents is shown by the air-flow arrows in the picture. The temperature of air su...
Heating   ventilation 2. Air distribution control Rotate to select the required distribution of air  Air to face vents  to...
Heating   ventilation 5. Air conditioning switch The air conditioning system supplies cooled, dried, air through the selec...
Heating   ventilation USING YOUR HEATER Fresh air enters the heater unit through the grille in front of the windscreen and...
Air conditioning Points to remember   AIR CONDITIONING The air conditioning system provides additional cooling to the vehi...
Air conditioning The following examples are included for your guidance   Reducing humidity Because air conditioning reduce...
Interior equipment LOADSPACE LIGHT Illuminates automatically whenever the rear door is opened and extinguishes when the do...
Interior equipment  FRONT ASHTRAY Push the front of the ashtray to open. To remove the interior compartment, open the asht...
Interior equipment  CUBBY BOX  NOTE  The recesses in the underside of the lid are for cups or drink cans.  CD AUTOCHANGER ...
Interior equipment  INTERIOR REAR-VIEW MIRROR The interior mirror is equipped with an automatic dimming function, which op...
Loadspace cover LOADSPACE COVER The rear loadspace cover is a spring loaded roller blind, which can be retracted when not ...
Rear step  REAR STEP  if fitted  Press down to lower the step. The step will automatically return to its stowed position w...
SECTION 3 Driving   operating  Section Contents Page Starter switch   steering lock .................... 61 Starting   dri...
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Starter switch   steering lock STARTER SWITCH The starter switch is located to the right of the steering column, and uses ...
Starter switch   steering lock WARNING To prevent the steering column lock engaging it is most important that before the v...
Starting   driving In very cold climates, if the engine fails to start after three attempts, fully depress the accelerator...
Starting   driving labouring the engine before the normal operating temperature has been reached can damage the engine.  A...
Starting   driving VEHICLE HEIGHT  FUEL ECONOMY Fuel consumption is influenced by two major factors   WARNING      How you...
Catalytic converter  Filling up with fuel  CATALYTIC CONVERTER The exhaust system incorporates a catalytic converter, whic...
Catalytic converter Driving  WARNING      Provided the engine has reached its normal operating temperature, if a misfire i...
Fuel USE ONLY UNLEADED FUEL  WARNING  Octane requirements Always use PREMIUM UNLEADED GASOLINE with a CLC or AKI octane ra...
Fuel Gasoline oxygenated fuel blends To avoid invalidating the vehicle warranty, use ONLY fuels blended within the followi...
Fuel Empty fuel tank DO NOT RUN THE FUEL TANK DRY  Running the fuel tank dry could create an engine misfire capable of dam...
Fuel FUEL CUT-OFF SWITCH The fuel cut-off switch is a safety device which, in the event of a collision or sudden impact, a...
Manual transmission  MANUAL TRANSMISSION Manual transmission vehicles feature a five speed main gearbox and a two speed tr...
Automatic transmission  Main selector lever A spring loaded catch, built into the handle of the gear selector lever, restr...
Automatic transmission    1     1st gear only  Use on very severe gradients, particularly when towing, and when maximum en...
Automatic transmission Gear change speeds With    D    selected, the road speed at which gear changes take place will vary...
Transfer gearbox Neutral     N     Transfer box in neutral. In this position, drive cannot be transmitted to the road whee...
Transfer gearbox Advanced method  USING THE TRANSFER GEARBOX There are two ways of operating the transfer gearbox lever  t...
Transfer gearbox Automatic models  Changing from    H     high  to    L     low  or vice versa without stopping the vehicl...
Transfer gearbox When to use the diff lock As a general rule, the differential should only be locked in order to drive on ...
Transfer gearbox  Diff lock warning light The amber warning light on the instrument panel illuminates when the diff lock i...
Braking systems FOOT BRAKE As a safety precaution, the hydraulic braking system operates through dual circuits. If one cir...
Braking systems Wet conditions  WARNING  WARNING  Always apply the parking brake fully whenever you park.  Driving through...
Braking systems The purpose of anti-lock braking  ABS  is to allow efficient braking without wheel locking thereby allowin...
Braking systems     If the vehicle is stopped on a very steep  Additional operating information While anti-lock braking is...
Braking systems Warning light The anti-lock braking system warning light illuminates when the starter switch is turned to ...
Cruise control CRUISE CONTROL Cruise control enables the driver to maintain a constant road speed without using the accele...
Cruise control To reduce the cruising speed Press the    RES -    switch or use the brake pedal to slow the vehicle until ...
Towing   load carrying Trailer hitch Your vehicle is equipped with a Class III trailer hitch receiver as standard equipmen...
Towing   load carrying TONGUE WEIGHT The recommended trailer tongue weight limit is 330 lb  150 kg .  When preparing your ...
Towing   load carrying Trailer socket Incorporated in the vehicle   s electrical harness is the facility to fit a multi-pi...
Towing   load carrying IMPORTANT INFORMATION      The MAXIMUM roof rack load is 110 lb  50 kg  for normal road use.      A...
Emergency starting USING BOOSTER CABLES  Starting an engine with a discharged battery The ONLY recommended methods of rest...
Emergency starting 8. Once both engines are running normally, allow them to idle for two minutes before switching off the ...
Vehicle recovery TOWING FOR RECOVERY If your vehicle is to be recovered by towing, the best method is via a flatbed tow tr...
Vehicle recovery  Towing eyes The towing eyes at the front and rear of the vehicle are designed for vehicle recovery purpo...
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SECTION 4 Owner maintenance  Section Contents Page Owner maintenance ................................... 99 Safety in the ...
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Owner maintenance OWNER MAINTENANCE In addition to the routine services, which should be carried out by your Land Rover de...
Owner maintenance While Land Rover North America Inc. maintains that an authorised Land Rover dealer is best equipped to c...
Owner maintenance Poisonous liquids Most liquids and lubricants used in motor vehicles are poisonous and should not be con...
Hood opening WARNING Ensure the wipers are switched off and have returned to the parked position before opening the hood. ...
Engine compartment  1. Fusebox - engine compartment.  Instructions on how and when Owner maintenance should be carried out...
Engine compartment As a general guide, if the level on the dipstick       is nearer to the upper mark than the lower, add ...
Engine compartment  AUTOMATIC GEARBOX FLUID LEVEL CHECK   TOP-UP The automatic gearbox fluid must ONLY be checked when the...
Engine compartment Anti-freeze Anti-freeze contains important corrosion inhibitors. Ensure the 50  anti-freeze water solut...
Engine compartment  CLUTCH FLUID TOP-UP Manual transmission Wipe the filler cap clean before removing to prevent dirt from...
Engine compartment BRAKE FLUID CHECK  WARNING Contact your dealer immediately, if brake pedal travel is unusually long, or...
Engine compartment  POWER STEERING TOP-UP ONLY check the fluid level when the engine is cold and switched off, and ensure ...
Tyres Tyre wear Some tyres fitted as original equipment have wear indicators moulded into the tread pattern. When the trea...
Tyres Replacement tyres Wheel rims and tyres are matched to suit the handling characteristics of the vehicle. For safety, ...
Washer jets   wiper blades  WINDSCREEN WASHER JETS Use a needle as a probe to clear a blocked washer jet. To redirect a wi...
Battery The battery fitted to your vehicle requires minimal attention as follows       In temperate climates check the ele...
Battery Battery charging Batteries generate explosive gases, contain corrosive acid and supply levels of electric current ...
Wheel changing IMPORTANT INFORMATION Before jacking the vehicle always observe the following precautions       Park your v...
Wheel changing  The jack and wheel chock are stowed in the front of the engine compartment. The jack handle and tools are ...
Wheel changing WARNING Ensure that the jack is positioned on firm, level ground. DO NOT use the jack to raise the vehicle ...
Wheel changing Positioning the jack Always position the jack from the front or rear of the vehicle directly in line with t...
Wheel changing Changing a wheel Before raising the vehicle, ensure that all the precautions listed at the beginning of thi...
Fuses WARNING  Fuses are simple devices which protect electrical equipment against the effects of excess current.  Fit onl...
Fuses Fuse No.  Rating  amps   Electrical circuit  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14  15 10 10 10 10 20 10 10 10 10 10 10 1...
Fuses ENGINE COMPARTMENT FUSE BOX  WARNING Batteries emit explosive hydrogen gas  ensure that sparks, flames and other ign...
Bulb replacement REPLACEMENT BULBS  Watts  IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Headlight  60 55  Before replacing a bulb, always switch...
Bulb replacement  HEADLIGHT AND SIDELIGHT Headlight bulb  Light unit removal To replace either headlight or sidelight, rem...
Bulb replacement  Sidelight bulb  With the light unit removed  see previous page , disconnect the electrical multi plug an...
Bulb replacement  FRONT DIRECTION INDICATORS Unclip the spring to release the light unit. Lift out the light unit and turn...
Bulb replacement REAR LIGHT CLUSTER  Stop tail, reverse, direction indicator   fog guard lights  To gain access to the lig...
Bulb replacement REAR LIGHT CLUSTER  Stop tail, reverse, direction indicator   fog guard lights  Vehicles fitted with rear...
Bulb replacement  BUMPER MOUNTED LIGHTS  Tail lights   direction indicators  Reach behind the bumper and twist to remove t...
Bulb replacement  LOADSPACE LIGHT Pry the light from its location. Push and twist the bulb to remove. Replace and reassemb...
Cleaning   vehicle care Underbody maintenance Corrosive materials used for snow and ice removal and dust control can colle...
Cleaning   vehicle care Body protection After washing, inspect the paintwork for damage. Any stone chips, fractures or dee...
Cleaning   vehicle care SRS Airbag To prevent SRS airbag damage, the steering wheel centre pad and area of the fascia pane...
Air cleaner Air cleaner element renewal Release the two clips  1  securing the hose to the rear of the air cleaner, then d...
Spark plugs  Spark plug removal Remove the plug leads  1 , ensuring that you hold the rubber shroud and NOT the H.T. leads...
Engine oil   filter When the oil has thoroughly drained, clean the drain plug and its mating surface on the sump, before s...
Engine oil   filter Engine oil filter renewal To avoid draining the oil pump, it is essential that the engine is filled wi...
Lubricants Check for oil, fuel   fluid leaks Open the hood and examine the engine for oil leaks. In addition, check for le...
SECTION 5 General data  Section Contents Page Lubricants   fluids .................................. 141 Capacities .........
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General data LUBRICANTS   FLUIDS Recommendations for all climates and conditions. COMPONENTS Specification Engine sump Oil...
General data Lubrication nipples  hubs, ball joints, prop. shafts, etc.  NLGI-2 Multipurpose Lithium based grease. Brake a...
General data CAPACITIES The following capacities are approximate and provided as a guide only. All oil levels must be set ...
General data ENGINE Bore ....................................................................... 3.700 in  94,0 mm  Stroke...
General data ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Type ...................................................................... Negative earth ...
General data DIMENSIONS Overall length  including spare wheel  ................... 177.9 in  4521 mm  Overall width .........
General data VEHICLE WEIGHTS Curb weight  with no options  ............................... 4453 lb  2020 kg  Max front axl...
General data TYRE SIZE   PRESSURES Front 205 R16 Radial Normal - all load conditions ............................. 28 psi ...
SECTION 6 Parts   accessories  Section Contents Page Parts   accessories ................................. 151 Electrical ...
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Parts   accessories PARTS AND ACCESSORIES Your Land Rover Discovery has been designed, manufactured and proven to cope wit...
Parts   accessories Electrical equipment  SRS Airbag  WARNING  WARNING  It is extremely hazardous to fit, or replace, part...
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SECTION 7 Off-road driving  Section Contents Page Basic off-road techniques ........................ 157 Driving on soft s...
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Off-road driving Gear selection - manual gearbox Correct gear selection is possibly the single most important factor for s...
Off-road driving Steering  Gear selection - automatic gearbox With the main selector lever set at    3   , the gearbox aut...
Off-road driving Ground clearance Don   t forget to allow for ground clearance beneath the chassis, axles, and under the f...
Off-road driving DRIVING ON SOFT SURFACES   DRY SAND The ideal technique for driving on soft sand requires the vehicle to ...
Off-road driving CLIMBING STEEP SLOPES Engage the DIFF LOCK and ALWAYS follow the fall line of the slope - travelling diag...
Off-road driving  C. Once level ground is reached, unlock the differential and select a suitable gear for the next stage o...
Off-road driving WARNING Your vehicle has a higher ground clearance and, hence, a higher centre of gravity than ordinary p...
Off-road driving WADING  WARNING The maximum advisable wading depth is 20 in  0,5 metre . Severe electrical damage may occ...
Off-road driving After wading      Drive the vehicle a short distance and apply the foot brake to check that the brakes ar...
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Index Clock ......................................................... 53 Clutch .............................................
Index F  J  Fan speed control ...................................... 48 Fluid specifications ................................
Index Temperature gauge .................................... 36 Tongue weight ........................................... ...