Range Rover: Remote operation - Air suspension - Range Rover Owner's ManualRange Rover: Remote operation


The Smart Key can be operated from inside or outside the vehicle. It is therefore important that it is kept out of the reach of children at all times.


When operating the Smart Key from inside the vehicle, make sure that an adult checks for obstructions under the vehicle and supervises the raising or lowering process.


Care should be taken with all height changes when a trailer is attached to the vehicle.

The buttons on the Smart Key may be used to operate the air suspension system, allowing the vehicle to be raised or lowered remotely. This may be useful in attaching a trailer or loading the vehicle.

To change the suspension height using the Smart Key, the vehicle must be stationary, all the doors closed and the hazard warning lamps switched on.

To raise the vehicle press and hold button (1), then press and hold button (2).

To raise the vehicle press and hold button (1), then press and hold button (2).

To lower the vehicle press and hold button (1), then press and hold button (3)

If the starting height is above or below normal height, movement will cease when normal height is reached. Release the Smart Key buttons and press again to continue.

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