Range Rover: Lighting control - Exterior lights - Range Rover Owner's ManualRange Rover: Lighting control

1. Headlamps/side lamps off.

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 plate lamps illuminate automatically when the ambient light level is low. Auto high beam and Headlamp courtesy delay may also be activated (see below).
5. Dimmer control.
6. Rear fog lamps on/off: When the rear fog lamps are on, the rear fog lamp warning lamp will illuminate.
7. Front fog lamps on/off: When the front fog lamps are on, the front fog lamp warning lamp will illuminate.
8. High beam on/off/flash: When low beam headlamps are switched on, push the indicator stalk to change to high beam (the high beam warning lamp will illuminate). To flash the headlamps at anytime, briefly pull the indicator stalk and release it. Note: Do not use high beam where it may distract other road users.

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    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 follo ...

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