Range Rover: Adjusting the steering wheel - Steering wheel - Range Rover Owner's ManualRange Rover: Adjusting the steering wheel

WARNING WARNING

Never adjust the steering column while the vehicle is in motion. Doing so may cause a loss of control, potentially resulting in an accident.

1. Electric adjustment: Move the control up or down to adjust the tilt/height. Move the control forwards or rearwards to adjust reach.

2. Manual adjustment: Move the locking lever (located under the column) downwards to unlock. Move the steering column up, down, in or out, to the desired position. Move the lever fully up to re-lock the column.

3. Heated steering wheel: Press to turn on and off. The switch indicator will illuminate amber when heating is on. When heating is off, the indicator illuminates green (with headlamps on) or does not illuminate (with headlamps off).

    Entry and exit mode
    With the steering column control (1) in the AUTO position, the steering column and driver’s seat will move to provide easier entry and exit from the vehicle. On opening the driver’s door the sy ...

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