Land Rover Discovery Owners & Service Manuals

Land Rover Discovery: Hill descent control (HDC)

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 HDC Controls

Hill Descent Control (HDC) is designed to restrict the vehicle's speed to a set limit when travelling downhill Do not attempt a steep descent if HDC is inoperative or warning messages are displayed.

 Gradient release control (GRC)

With Hill Descent Control (HDC) activated, if the vehicle is stopped on a slope using the brake pedal, GRC will become active (except in the Terrain response system's Sand program). During a hill asce

 Wade sensing

WADE SENSING CONTROLS Wade sensing should not be used during off-road driving as rapid increases in water depth cannot be detected in time to deliver a warning message to the driver. When enter

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 Changing the follow mode set gap

It is the driver's responsibility to select a gap appropriate to the driving conditions. Four gap settings are available. The selected gap setting is displayed in the Message centre when the gap adjustment buttons are operated. Each gap is indicated by an additional bar in front of the vehicle icon

 Air Conditioning System Precautions

The air conditioning system contains fluids and components which could be potentially hazardous to the service engineer or the environment if not serviced and handled correctly. The following guidelines are intended to alert the service engineer to potential sources of danger and emphasise the impor

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