2017 Range Rover

SELECTING HIGH AND LOW RANGE

CAUTION

Do not change from high range to low range while the vehicle is in motion. Doing so can result in damage to the transmission.

The Lo button is used to alternate the engagement of the transfer case between low range or high range.

NOTES

The Lo button only operates with the engine running.

NOTES

Low range should only be used in situations where low speed maneuvering is necessary, including more extreme off-road conditions. High range should be selected for normal road driving.

Press the Lo button, located on the center console, to engage the transfer case into low range. The button's LED indicator lamp flashes during the change and remains illuminated to confirm selection. The message center briefly displays the Low range selected message. The instrument panel also illuminates the low range warning lamp. See LOW RANGE (GREEN)

Press the Lo button again to engage the transfer case into high range. The button's LED indicator lamp flashes during the change and extinguishes to confirm selection. The message center briefly displays the High range selected message. The low range warning lamp also extinguishes.

The vehicle should be stationary, with the engine running, during a transfer case range change selection.

Operate as follows:

  1. Use the gear selector to engage Neutral (N).

  2. Press the Lo button to engage the transfer case into high or low range, as required.

    NOTES

    If the Lo button is pressed when the vehicle's speed is too high, the message center displays the maximum speed for the range change.

    NOTES

    If the Lo button is pressed before N is selected, the message center displays a relevant message.

  3. Use the gear selector to engage Drive (D).

The procedure can also be used for changing from low range to high range with the vehicle traveling at a speed of less than 37 mph (60 km/h).