Land Rover Discovery Owners & Service Manuals

Land Rover Discovery: Interior lights

Interior lights

  1. Footwell lamps: Illuminate when the doors are unlocked and extinguish 60 seconds after all of the doors are closed, when the engine starts or when the vehicle is locked.
  2. Glovebox lamp: Illuminates when the glovebox is opened.
  3. Map reading lamps: Move a finger close to (or touch) the relevant lens to switch on/off.
  4. Front interior lamp: Illuminates when the doors are unlocked and extinguishes 60 seconds after all of the doors are closed, when the engine starts or when the vehicle is locked.

    Move a finger close to (or touch) the lens to switch on and off manually.

    Touch the lens for 2 seconds to deactivate/activate automatic illumination.

Note: If you are wearing gloves, it may be necessary to touch the lens to operate the lamps.

  1. Sun visor lamps: Press the switch to turn on and off.
  2. Rear interior/reading lamps: Illuminate when the doors are unlocked and extinguish 60 seconds after all of the doors are closed, when the engine starts or when the vehicle is locked.

    Press the switch to switch on and off manually. Touch the front courtesy lamp lens for approximately 2 seconds to deactivate/activate automatic illumination of the rear interior lamps.

  3. Rear interior/reading lamps: As item 6, fitted to 7 seat vehicles only.
  4. Loadspace lamp: Illuminates when the tailgate is opened.

INTERIOR LIGHTS INTENSITY

Use the rotary control to adjust the intensity of the instrument illumination.

The exterior lamps must be switched on while changes are being made.

AMBIENT LIGHTING

On some vehicles the LED ambient lighting can be configured for colour and intensity through the Touch screen.

Although the exterior lamps must be switched on while changes are being made, a one second preview of any changes made can be seen if the exterior lamps are switched off.

Note: Vehicles without configurable ambient lighting will illuminate the standard white light for the interior lamps.

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