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25 OCT 2013
© Jaguar Land Rover Limited
All rights reserved.
Three Door Seat Tilt Lever Inoperative
AFFECTED VEHICLE RANGE:
Range Rover Evoque (LV)
Situation: A customer may express a concern that the door seat tilt lever is stiff to operate on the 3 door
non-sport seat variants of the Evoque.
Cause: Poor release/notchiness observed from the tilt release mechanism within the seatback frame
assembly. Suggested Customer Concern Code S06.
Action: Should a customer express concern, follow the Service Instruction outlined below.
NOTE: Should the dealer believe the reported issue is apparent on both front seats, then the
procedure should be applied to both according to the repair times provided . An EPQR with
associated videos capturing the defect should be forwarded as evidence.
LH/RH Seat Frame
No Tools Required
NOTE: Repair procedures are under constant review, and therefore times are subject to
change; those quoted here must be taken as guidance only. Always refer to TOPIx to obtain the
NOTE: DDW requires the use of causal part numbers. Labor only claims must show the
causal part number with a quantity of zero.
Check Functionality Of Front Seats
Frame Assembly - Backrest - Front 78.85.11
Frame Assembly - Backrest - Front 78.85.12
NOTE: Normal Warranty policies and procedures apply.
1. Make sure that there is no contact between
the front edge of the handle and the bezel
when the handle is used.
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2. If there is contact between the handle and the bezel then either:
1. Use the handle in the direction indicated by the arrow.
2. Replace the handle, this is to be claimed as a separate warranty claim.
3. Check for cable disconnection.
1. Make sure that the silver cable ends are
in the correct position on the handle.
2. If the cable is not properly retained,
remove the handle and check for damage.
3. If there is no damage, re-fit the handle.
If damage is found, fit a new handle and
submit as a separate warranty claim.
4. If neither of the previous checks have identified the issue, and the symptom is reported as stiff to
operate, then replace the squab frame with the new service part. Install a new seat frame (see TOPIx
Workshop Manual Section 501-10).
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