2022 Range Rover Sport

LABEL LOCATIONS

Warning labels attached to the vehicle bearing this symbol mean: Do not touch or adjust components until having read the relevant instructions in the handbook.

Labels showing this symbol indicate that the ignition system utilises very high voltages. Do not touch any ignition components while the ignition is switched on.

  1. Bonnet locking platform: Air conditioning label.

  2. Top of the battery: Battery warning symbols.

  3. The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is stamped onto a plate, visible through the lowest part of the left side of the windscreen. The number is also stamped onto the right-side suspension tower.

    NOTES

    The VIN number may need to be quoted when communicating with a retailer/authorised repairer.

    The vehicle's built date is shown on the VIN plate.

    NOTES

    This is the calendar month and year in which the body and powertrain assemblies were conjoined and the vehicle was driven from the production line. The vehicle's built date is shown on the tyre pressure label, attached to the right-side B pillar.

  4. End of the fascia (passenger side): Passenger airbag label.

  5. Sun visor: Airbag label, vehicle handling label.

  6. Base of the B pillar: Name plate and VIN number.

  7. Base of the B pillar or inside base of front door: Tyre pressure label, airbag warning label.

  8. Midway up the B pillar: Side airbag warning label regarding child safety.

  9. Inside the fuel-filler flap: Fuel label.

  10. Engine number:

    V6 and V8 petrol. The number is located on the right-side camshaft cover.

    2L petrol: The number is located on the breather module.

  11. Engine number:

    V6 diesel: The number is located on the front of the left-side camshaft cover.

    V8 diesel: The number is located on the top of the engine, on the left side of the inlet manifold.

    In-line 6 cylinder petrol: The number is located on the left-side of the engine.

  12. Underside of the loadspace cover: loadspace cover warning label.

It is important to be familiar with these subjects, to make sure that your vehicle and its features are used safely.

Labels showing this symbol indicate that the hybrid vehicle system utilises very high voltages. Do not touch any component that has this label or is coloured orange.

The high voltage warning labels are stamped on the following components of the Hybrid Electric Vehicles:

  1. Automatic transmission.

  2. Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) compressor.

  3. High voltage heater.

  4. High voltage inverter: The high voltage warning label is located on the top of the inverter.

  5. High voltage battery: The high voltage warning label is located on the top of the battery.

  6. Master switch disconnect (MSD) connector.