Land Rover Discovery Owners & Service Manuals

Land Rover Discovery: Speed-dependent mode

Front wipers

If the vehicle's speed drops below 8 km/ h (5 mph) with the wipers operating, the wipers will switch to the next lowest speed. When the vehicle's speed increases to over 8 km/h (5 mph), the original wiper speed setting is automatically restored.

Vehicles without a rain sensor fitted will also increase the frequency of the intermittent front wipe when the vehicle's speed increases

This feature can be enabled/ disabled by your Retailer/ Authorised Repairer.

Rear wiper

The frequency of the intermittent rear wiper will increase when the vehicle's speed increases.

This feature can be enabled/ disabled by your Retailer/ Authorised Repairer.

DRIP WIPE

If the Drip wipe function is configured, the wipers will operate a few seconds after a wash/wipe cycle has finished, to clear any remaining drips from the windscreen.

This function can be enabled/ disabled by a Retailer/ Authorised Repairer.

WINTER PARK POSITION

To prevent damage to the bonnet, make sure that the wiper arms are in the Winter park position before lifting the wiper blades away from the windscreen

To avoid damage to the bonnet, do not lift the wiper blades, when they are in the normal park position.

When the vehicle is parked, the wipers can be set to park in a higher position than normal. This allows the wiper blades to be lifted from the windscreen to limit the effects of freezing to the glass and to allow the removal of snow, mud and leaves, etc.

The wiper Winter park position can be enabled/disabled in the Instrument panel menu.

Do not drive with the wipers in the Winter park position. The wipers should be returned to the normal park position before driving the vehicle.

HEADLAMP WASHERS

The headlamp power wash operates automatically with the windscreen wash and will operate only if the headlamps are switched on and there is sufficient washer fluid in the reservoir.

Headlamp wash operates every fourth operation of the screen washers, provided the headlamps are still switched on and approximately 10 minutes have elapsed since the last headlamp wash.

Switching the headlamps or the ignition off and back on again, will reset the cycle.

Note: The headlamps are washed alternately, to prevent the washer fluid from reducing the light output from both headlamps simultaneously.

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