Land Rover Discovery Owners & Service Manuals

Land Rover Discovery: Electric windows

To prevent accidental operation, never leave the Smart key in the vehicle if children or animals are also left in the vehicle.

Electric windows

  1. Window switches: Briefly pull a switch fully up and release; the window will continue to rise until fully closed.

    Briefly press a switch fully down and release; the window will continue to lower until fully open. Pressing or pulling a switch again will stop window movement.

    The windows will operate for 5 minutes after the engine is switched off, as long as none of the doors are opened.

    Rear windows have a short drop feature for passenger comfort. The first press of a switch will lower the window a short distance, to give a flow of air.

    A second press will lower the window to its full extent.

    If a resonance or booming sound occurs when a rear window is open, lowering an adjacent front window by approximately 25 mm will eliminate the condition.

  2. Rear window and door isolator switch: Press the switch; the rear windows and doors are isolated when the indicator light in the switch is illuminated.

If children are carried in the rear seats, the isolator switch should be used to prevent operation of the windows and doors. If the windows or doors are operated by young children there is a risk of serious injury or death.

ROOF BLIND

ROOF BLIND

Roof blind open/close switch: To open the blind, push from the rear of the switch and release. The blind will slide fully open.

To close the blind, push from the front of the switch to the first position and release.

The blind will fully close. A further press will stop movement of the blind.

Alternatively, push from the front of the switch to the second position and hold until the blind reaches the desired position, then release.

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