Land Rover Discovery Owners & Service Manuals

Land Rover Discovery: Mirrors

EXTERIOR MIRRORS

EXTERIOR MIRRORS

  1. Mirror selector switches: Press to select the left or right mirror.
  2. Mirror adjustment switch: Move up/ down/left or right to adjust the mirror's glass position.
  3. Press both mirror selector switches together to fold/unfold the mirrors (power-fold option).

The mirrors can be adjusted and folded when the ignition is on and for up to 5 minutes after the ignition is switched off, provided the driver's door is not opened.

Note: Power-fold will operate only if the vehicle's speed is below 113 km/h (70 mph).

Note: A thermal cut-out will temporarily disable the power-fold feature if the switches are operated repeatedly.

Note: The rear-view door mirror heaters operate automatically according to the external temperature and windscreen wiper operation.

Note: An amount of knock protection is designed into the door mirrors. If a mirror is accidentally knocked inwards or manually folded inwards, the mirror head will be disengaged from the folding mechanism. To re-engage the mechanism, fold then unfold the mirror using the switch.

The mirrors can be configured by a Retailer/Authorised Repairer to automatically fold when the vehicle is locked, and unfold when it is unlocked.

Note: If the mirrors were folded using the switches, they will not unfold when the vehicle is unlocked.

MIRROR DIP WHEN REVERSING

Selecting Reverse (R) gear will cause both of the door mirrors to automatically adjust, providing an improved viewing angle for reversing.

The dipped position of the mirrors is a preset position. In R, the mirrors can be adjusted, but the new position cannot be saved.

When the gear selector is moved out of R, the mirrors will return to their previous position.

Note: If the vehicle's speed exceeds 12 km/h (7 mph) in R, the mirrors will return to their normal driving position for enhanced visibility.

The automatic Mirror dip feature can be enabled/disabled in the Instrument panel menu.

HEATED MIRRORS

The rear-view door mirror heaters operate automatically according to the external temperature and the heated rear screen operation.

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