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DBA



Member Since: 20 Mar 2013
Location: Skopje
Posts: 49

Macedonia 
USB source changes to radio when break is pressed

Hi All,

I have bought a MY17 RRS Hybrid SDV6 HSE Dynamic, one month ago...
I have noticed two issues so far:

1. If you are listening to music from USB when you press the break padel the music source changes to radio..this is even when standing still. pretty strange?! Probably something with hybrid system changeing when break pedal is pressed.

2. When starting in cold weather, I think the car vibrates a bit more then I would expect for a car of this range. The vibrations are like it shifts left-right. It can be felt mostly in the seat itself.

Anyone experienced those/

Thanks,
Gorjan

Post #542427 Sat Dec 02 2017 11:54am
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Johnski



Member Since: 02 Sep 2015
Location: North Wales & North Yorkshire
Posts: 1401

Wales 2012 Range Rover Sport SDV6 HSE Lux Sumatra Black

Not had any of your stated problems, but as new, Take it straight back to dealer to get it sorted, no messing, down to them to ensure all working as it should. John

RRS MY12 SDV6 HSE. Sumatra Black/Ebony & Walnut + Dynamic Pack, + Cold Climate Pack + Memory Pack, Digital TV/DVD, Premium Leather, Cornering Lights, Cooler/Fridge Box, & most Options.

Post #542503 Sat Dec 02 2017 8:22pm
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IRBails



Member Since: 22 Nov 2013
Location: Wollongong
Posts: 576

Australia 

I can't see it is meant to work this way. But who knows the British designers have some strange ideas. M16 SVD 4,4 HSE with a few extras, Sold R50 , Wife SQ5 , BMW R1200GSW.

Post #542575 Sun Dec 03 2017 9:22pm
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