Consult your dealer for actual price and complete details. A further long touch will scan forwards through the current waveband until the soft key is released. It measures fuel, energy consumption, range and emissions. So I disconnected the battery for a few minutes and that seemed to fix the issue. Real world figures may differ.
I will get the display for the various radio station presents, but none of them will respond to touch, nor can I change input sources. You may delete and block all cookies from this site but some elements may not work correctly. What Owners Should Do Land Rover will notify owners, and dealers will replace the hardware that connects the front lower control arm to the knuckle, free of charge. Either way, it looks like just an hour of labor or so to upload the software patch, so it shouldn't hurt too bad. Just an update, I unhooked the battery for about 2 hours yesterday while working on some other things.
Also local hold ups that happen quickly that would never be reported nationally get picked up. Seek down: - Short touch to auto seek down the frequency to the next radio station. Frequency input: Select to enter a known frequency of a station on the current waveband, using the numeric keypad that appears. By your description, I don't think it's a fuse or an issue with battery terminals but worth checking both just in case , it sounds more like the infotainment software hangs during boot-up. I tend to have the inbuilt nav screen on as an overview and it's rarely got the traffic flow or problems displayed that TomTom picks up and avoids. A vehicle's actual fuel consumption may differ from that achieved in such tests and these figures are for comparative purposes only. Did the dealer manage to fix your issue? It this still doesn't fix it, I guess I will have to take it into the dealership and ask them to perform the software update Umberto provided thank you! You will learn how to connect via Bluetooth, stream audio, and use other supported third-party apps.
Owners may contact Land Rover customer service at 1-800-637-6837. So I disconnected the battery again and all was fine. Yes recently had the same - Thankfully only once so far but still in first month snoopyhaynes wrote:Update on this. Some of this information is also displayed in the instrument panel. It's obviously a software issue.
Wet: Volume as measured by simulating the loadspace filled with liquid. Seek up: - Short touch to auto seek up the frequency to the next radio station. To find out more about online behavioural advertising or about the cookies we use and how to delete them, please refer to our. No reception then vanished from the source list. It fixed itself after a couple of weeks. It hasn't happened again until last night.
Real world figures may differ. All figures shown are for Standard Wheelbase. . I've looked in all the settings and can't find any restore factory settings. I drove it to work this morning as well and no problems. See dealer for qualifications and complete details.
I have never disconnected the battery to see if that helps. There's an option to delete all user data or something like that. Real world figures may differ. The affected vehicles have front lower control arm fasteners that may fail due to an assembly error, possibly resulting in separation of the steering knuckle. Vehicles shown may have optional equipment at additional cost.
It tests vehicles with optional equipment and with a more demanding test procedure and driving profile. A further long touch will scan backwards through the current waveband until the soft key is released. Station presets: Each waveband has 6 preset positions. The waveband selection box will close automatically after 5 seconds without use. It will also route you depending on historical time of day traffic which is great during rush hours. Does anyone have any ideas? Also from my research on other forums, I'm going to check into fuse 53, 58 and 42 and see if any are blown or corroded somehow and I will report back. I just bought it 3 weeks ago and had the battery tested and it was fine.