Range Rover: Warning and information messages - Message center - Range Rover Owner's ManualRange Rover: Warning and information messages

WARNING WARNING

Do not ignore warning messages. Take appropriate action and, when necessary, seek qualified assistance before driving the vehicle. Failure to do so could result in failure of vehicle systems potentially causing loss of control and an accident.

For information regarding the individual messages, their meanings, and any action required, please refer to the relevant section within this handbook.

If more than one message is active, each is displayed in turn for 2 seconds in order of priority.

Note: Messages are displayed in order of importance, with critical warning messages being the highest priority.

WARNING messages are accompanied by an audible warning, and the message text WARNING messages are accompanied by an audible warning, and the message text may have the handbook symbol next to it. Warning messages are displayed until the condition causing the fault is rectified or the message is suppressed using the OK button on the steering wheel. If the message is suppressed, a warning icon will remain illuminated until the cause of the message is rectified.

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