Land Rover Discovery Owners & Service Manuals

Land Rover Discovery: Examples of Soiling, Stains and Incorrect Cleaning

Below are some examples of soiling, stains and incorrect cleaning that would not be accepted under the terms of the Jaguar Land Rover warranty agreement. Please note: these are examples only and do not represent all warrantable/non warrantable customer concerns.

The example below shows soiling on the seat cover. This type of soiling would not be accepted under the terms of the Jaguar Land Rover warranty agreement.

Examples of Soiling, Stains and Incorrect Cleaning

The examples below show staining on the seat cover. These type of staining would not be accepted under the terms of the Jaguar Land Rover warranty agreement.

Examples of Soiling, Stains and Incorrect Cleaning

Examples of Soiling, Stains and Incorrect Cleaning

The example below shows incorrect cleaning on the seat cover. This type of incorrect cleaning would not be accepted under the terms of the Jaguar Land Rover warranty agreement.

Examples of Soiling, Stains and Incorrect Cleaning

Examples of Excessive Wear

Below are some examples of excessive wear on the seat covers that is often caused by studs, zips and buckles. This would not be accepted under the terms of the Jaguar Land Rover warranty agreement. Please note: these are examples only and do not represent all warrantable/non warrantable customer concerns.

The examples below show excessive wear on the seat covers, when studs, zips and buckles are in contact with the seat cover while entering and exiting the vehicle. These types of wear would not be accepted under the terms of the Jaguar Land Rover warranty agreement.

Examples of Excessive Wear

Seat Cover Replacement

Below are some examples of issues on the seat covers after they have been replaced. This would not be accepted under the terms of the Jaguar Land Rover warranty agreement. Please note: these are examples only and do not represent all warrantable/non warrantable customer concerns.

The example below shows excessive wrinkling or looseness due to incorrect fitment of the front seat covers. These types of incorrect fitment would not be accepted under the terms of the Jaguar Land Rover warranty agreement.

Seat Cover Replacement

The example below shows excessive wrinkling or looseness due to incorrect fitment of the rear seat covers.This type of incorrect fitment would not be accepted under the terms of the Jaguar Land Rover warranty agreement.

Seat Cover Replacement

Seating specifications

Torque Specifications

Torque Specifications

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