2020 Defender

ANTI-TRAP PROTECTION

Windows:
WARNING

Before closing a window, make sure that no occupants have any body part in a position where it could be trapped. Even with an anti-trap system, death or serious injury could occur.

NOTES

If the power supply is lost, when a window is partially open, or is failing to operate correctly, a window reset may be required. See WINDOW RESET.

Anti-trap protection is designed to stop window movement if an obstruction or resistance is detected. Check the window and its aperture, and remove any obstructions, e.g., ice.

If it is still necessary to raise the window, the override procedure is as follows:

  1. Attempt to close the window. Anti-trap prevents closure and lowers the window slightly.

  2. Within 10 seconds, attempt to raise the window again. Anti-trap prevents closure and lowers the window slightly.

  3. Attempt to close the window for a third time. Hold the switch in the close position. Hold until closed.

NOTES

If this procedure fails to remove the blockage, the window operation may need to be reset. See WINDOW RESET.

Panoramic roof:
WARNING

Before closing the panoramic roof, make sure that no occupants have any body part in a position where it could be trapped. Even with an anti-trap system, death or serious injury could occur.

WARNING

The anti-trap mechanism does not operate when closing the panoramic roof from the tilted position. The panoramic roof can cause serious injury should a body part become trapped. Always make sure that the panoramic roof is free from obstructions before closing.

Anti-trap protection is designed to stop panoramic roof movement if an obstruction or resistance is detected. Check the panoramic roof and its aperture, and remove any obstructions, e.g., ice.

To prevent serious personal injury or damage to the vehicle, the panoramic roof has an anti-trap mechanism. If the panoramic roof encounters a resistance when closing, it stops. Dependent on the panoramic roof's current position, the panoramic roof partially or fully opens to allow the removal of any obstruction.

If the panoramic roof's anti-trap mechanism has been activated a manual reset of the panoramic roof needs to be performed. Press and hold the front of the switch until the panoramic roof is fully closed. Continue to hold the switch in the closed position for a minimum of 10 seconds.

NOTES

If the power supply is lost, when the panoramic roof is partially open, or is failing to operate correctly, a panoramic roof reset may be required. See PANORAMIC ROOF BLIND RESET.

Roof blind:
WARNING

Before closing the roof blind, make sure that no occupants have any body part in a position where it could be trapped. Even with an anti-trap system, death or serious injury could occur.

To prevent serious personal injury or damage to the vehicle, the roof blind has an anti-trap mechanism. If the roof blind encounters a resistance when closing, it stops. Dependent on the roof blind's current position, the roof blind partially or fully opens to allow the removal of any obstruction.

If the roof blind's anti-trap mechanism has been activated, a manual reset of the roof blind needs to be performed. Press and hold the front of the switch until the roof blind is fully closed.

NOTES

If the power supply is lost, when the roof blind is partially open, or is failing to operate correctly, a roof blind reset may be required. See PANORAMIC ROOF BLIND RESET.

Sliding canvas roof:
WARNING

Vehicles with a sliding canvas roof do not have an anti-trap system. Make sure that no occupants have any body parts in a position where they could become trapped. Serious injury or death could occur.

NOTES

If the power supply is lost, when the sliding canvas roof is partially open, a reset may be required. See FOLDING FABRIC ROOF RESET.