Land Rover Discovery Owners & Service Manuals

Land Rover Discovery: Progress control system

PROGRESS CONTROL SYSTEM OVERVIEW

The Progress control system can help the driver to manoeuvre on slippery surfaces.

The system operates in either a forward or a reverse direction at low speeds, for example, pulling away from standstill, ascending or descending an incline, and driving on unstable/slippery driving surfaces such as: ice, snow, grass, gravel, sand, mud, etc.

Note: This feature is also known as All Surface Progress Control (ASPC) or All Terrain Progress Control (ATPC).

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 Using the progress control system

The Progress control button is located on the centre console. Note: The driver's seat belt must be buckled and all of the doors must be completely closed to enable the feature. Press and release the b

 Progress control system settings

When the Progress control system is enabled, the desired target (set) speed for the vehicle can be set and adjusted via the Cruise control buttons, mounted on the right side of the steering wheel SE

 Driving programs

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 Main menu

Where To?: Touch for a list of options for setting a destination.  Map View: Touch to view the map screen. Favourites: Touch to view the list of stored destinations. Settings: Touch to select the SETTINGS pop-up menu, followed by Navigation, to view the NAVIGATION SETTINGS screen.

 Transmission Oil Supply Pipe (G1707722) / Removal and Installation

REMOVAL WARNING: Be prepared to collect escaping fluids. NOTES: Some variation in the illustrations may occur, but the essential information is always correct. Removal steps in this procedure may contain installation details. Refer to: Wheel and Tire (204-04, Removal and Installation).

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