Land Rover Discovery Owners & Service Manuals

Land Rover Discovery: Third Row Seats

Third Row Seat Fold

Third Row Seat Fold

Third Row Seat Raise

Third Row Seat Raise

  1. Release strap
  2. Head restraint raised position

Each of the third row seats can be folded individually. A strap operated locking mechanism locks the seat back rest and the head restraint in the vertical position.

To fold the seat, pull the strap to release the head restraint and fold the head restraint flat onto the seat backrest.

Pull the strap a second time and fold the seat backrest flat. The strap releases the locking mechanisms for both the head restraint and the seat backrest.

To raise the seat, pull the strap from inside the luggage compartment and raise the seat back rest to the vertical position. Raise the head restraint to the vertical position.

Make sure both the head restraint and the seat backrest are securely locked by their locking mechanisms.

MEMORY SEAT SWITCHPACK - WHERE FITTED

MEMORY SEAT SWITCHPACK - WHERE FITTED

  1. Memory store switch
  2. Memory preset switches 1 - 3

The seat memory switchpack is located in the driver's and passenger's front door trim, adjacent to the interior door handle.

The seat memory switchpack is connected to the applicable seat switchpack. A Local Interconnect Network (LIN) bus connects the seat switchpack to the applicable seat control module. The selected memory position switch operation is passed from the seat switchpack on the LIN bus to the seat control module which operates the seats motors to the correct positions associated with that memory preset position.

On the driver's seat, the memory function will also store the exterior mirror positions associated with the selected memory preset switch 1 - 3.

To store a memory position, move the seat to the required positions (and the exterior mirror for the driver's seat), and press the 'M' switch on the memory switchpack. Then press a memory preset switch 1 - 3 to store the position against the selected memory switch preset number.

HEATED FRONT SEATS (IF FITTED)

Seat heater elements are in installed in the seat cushion and backrest. The seat heaters comprise a resistive element which is located within a pad. The pad is located between the foam of the cushion or backrest and the outer trim.

Each element is fitted with a thermostat which maintains the element at a temperature set by the user. The elements are controlled by a seat heater switch for each seat. The switches are located in the Automatic Temperature Control Module (ATCM) which is located in the instrument panel. Each switch has three levels of heat setting; low, medium and high, which can be selected by sequential presses of the switch. Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) on each switch indicate the selected heat setting requested.

HEATED 2ND ROW SEATS (IF FITTED)

Seat heater elements are in installed in the seat cushion and backrest. The seat heaters comprise a resistive element which is located within a pad. The pad is located between the foam of the cushion or backrest and the outer trim.

Each element is fitted with a thermostat which maintains the element at a temperature set by the user. The elements are controlled by a seat heater switch for each switch located in the rear of the floor console. The switches are connected via a Local Interconnect Network (LIN) bus to the Automatic Temperature Control Module (ATCM) located in the instrument panel. Each switch has three levels of heat setting; low, medium and high, which can be selected by sequential presses of the switch. Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) on each switch indicate the selected heat setting requested.

CLIMATE FRONT SEATS

Climate front seats are controlled by a front seat climate control module (SCCM). The front SCCM is located on the underside of the seat cushion, behind a plastic trim on the forward edge of the seat frame of each front seat.

The climate seat backrest and cushion contain climate assemblies. The climate assemblies are thermal electric devices which operate on the Peltier principle, which heat up or cool down depending on the voltage provided by the SCCM. Each climate assembly in the seat cushion and backrest each contain a blower, which blows air over the thermal electric devices to distribute the heated or cooled air through liners in the related cushion or backrest. The blower is also controlled by the SCCM.

Seat climate heating and cooling for the front seats is selected on switches for each seat on the ATCM. Pressing the switch selects the climate menu in the touch screen (TS). The menu allows the user to select seat heating or cooling and allows a number of levels of heating and cooling to be selected.

FRONT SEAT LUMBAR ADJUSTMENT (IF FITTED)

Lumbar adjustment is provided by a lumbar assembly which comprises of an inflatable air cell, a solenoid valve and an air pump, installed in each front seat backrest. The lumbar assembly consists of an inflatable cushion with a single two-way air cell. A solenoid valve controls the air pump for the inflation or deflation of the lumbar cushion.

Seat lumbar is controlled using a two-way switch which is integral with the seat switchpack. Pressing the forward section of the switch inflates the lumbar assembly. Pressing the rearward section of the switch deflates the lumbar assembly.

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