Land Rover Discovery Owners & Service Manuals

Land Rover Discovery: Steering wheel

ADJUSTING THE STEERING WHEEL

ADJUSTING THE STEERING WHEEL

Never adjust the steering column while the vehicle is in motion.

  1. Move the lever fully down to unlock the column. When the steering has been adjusted to the desired position, move the lever fully up to re-lock the column.
  2. The steering column can be adjusted, up, down, in or out.

POWER STEERING

A fault with the power steering system is indicated by a message in the Message centre, accompanied by an amber warning lamp

Power assistance may be reduced to protect the system. This may be required due to overheating, caused by extensive steering inputs or high ambient temperature, or both.

Full steering assistance should return when the system has been allowed to cool. If full steering assistance does not return, consult a Retailer/Authorised Repairer.

HEATED STEERING WHEEL

HEATED STEERING WHEEL

Press to switch on the steering wheel heating. Press again to turn off.

Note: If the steering wheel heater is operating when ECO Program is selected, the steering wheel heater will switch off automatically. The steering wheel heater can be switched on again but this may affect the fuel economy of the vehicle.

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