Range Rover: Daylight running lamps - Exterior lights - Range Rover Owner's ManualRange Rover: Daylight running lamps

With the main lighting control in the Off position (1), low beam headlamps, side lamps, tail, license plate lamps and, where fitted, side marker lamps, will switch on automatically under the following conditions:

• The ignition is on.
• The gear selector is out of park.
• The parking brake is not applied (is released) - market dependent.

by law, daylight running lamps can be disabled or enabled by your Land Rover Retailer/AuthorizedUnless required or prohibited by law, daylight running lamps can be disabled or enabled by your Land Rover Retailer/Authorized Repairer.

    Lighting control
    1. Headlamps/side lamps off. 2. Side lamps on. 3. Low beam headlamps on. 4. Autolamps on: With the switch in this position and the ignition on, the side lamps, low beam headlamps and license pl ...

    Headlamp courtesy delay
    This feature operates whenever the lamps master switch is left in the Auto position (4), and the ignition is turned off. The headlamps will remain illuminated for up to 240 seconds. Note: The tim ...

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