Land Rover Discovery Owners & Service Manuals

Land Rover Discovery: Auxiliary power sockets

Auxiliary power sockets

There are 12V power sockets and 5V USB charge sockets fitted to this vehicle.

Remove the cover to access a 12V power socket.

Note: The 12V power sockets can be used to power approved accessories that use a maximum of 120 Watts.

Lift the cover to access a 5V USB charge socket.

12V and 5V socket locations:

  1. 12V power socket, located on the centre console. Depending on the vehicle specification, a 5V USB charge socket may be fitted.
  2. 5V USB charge socket, located on the passenger side fascia.
  3. 12V power socket, located inside the front centre console cubby box.
  4. 5V USB charge socket, located on the rear of the centre console.
  5. 5V USB charge socket, located in the loadspace on vehicles with third row seats.

Note: Not fitted if the vehicle has the third row seat air conditioning control.

  1. 12V power socket, located in the loadspace.
  2. 5V USB charge socket, located in the loadspace on vehicles with third row seats.
  3. 12V power socket, located on the rear of the centre console.
  4. 5V USB charge socket or 12V power socket, located on the rear of the centre console.

Note: Socket locations are dependent on the specification of the vehicle.

Only use Land Rover approved accessories. Using any other equipment may damage the vehicle's electrical system and/or cause the battery to discharge. If you are in any doubt, contact a Retailer/Authorised Repairer.

The engine should be running when using accessories for long periods.

Failure to do so can discharge the battery.

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