Land Rover Discovery Owners & Service Manuals

Land Rover Discovery: Tyre pressure check

The Instrument panel can be used to display the vehicle's tyre pressures. The tyre pressure figures can be accessed via the Vehicle Info menu.

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Note: The tyre pressure units can be configured to display as either bar, psi, or kPa via the Vehicle Info and the Tyre Information menus.

When selected, the last known tyre pressures will be displayed, alongside the recommended cold tyre pressures (in brackets).

Note: If any of the wheels or tyres have been removed, the displayed tyre pressures may not be valid. Drive the vehicle for at least 15 minutes in order to re-calibrate the system.

RECOMMENDED TYRE PRESSURE LOOK-UP

The Instrument panel can be used to display the recommended cold tyre pressures for your vehicle. The tyre pressure look-up table can be accessed via the Vehicle Info and the Tyre Information menus.

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Depending on the specification of your vehicle, a number of different values may be displayed to reflect different driving conditions, for example, high speed driving or for a heavily laden vehicle.

VEHICLE LOADING

The TPMS can be adjusted to monitor either Normal (light) load or Heavy load, via the Instrument panel menus, Vehicle Info, Tyre Information and TPM Load Setting.

Note: The ignition will have to be switched on, without the engine running.

If the tyre pressures are adjusted to the Normal (light) load setting, then the TPMS should be adjusted to suit the vehicle's load and associated recommended tyre pressures.

Every time the ignition is switched on, a TPMS message will be displayed in the Message centre, to indicate which load setting is being monitored.

Note: The TPMS setting must correspond with the vehicle's current load.

The Normal (light) load setting should be used during normal use of the vehicle, for example, up to 4 occupants.

The Heavy Load setting should be used when the vehicle's load exceeds normal use, and up to the Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW), for example, more than 4 occupants.

Note: Make sure that the tyre pressures are correct for the vehicle's current load.

The Instrument panel menus, Vehicle Info and Tyre Pressures, can be used to check the vehicle's current tyre pressures.

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