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Thread: When is the EPB applied?

  1. #41
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    I spoke to my Indie here in Adelaide (Soverign) and they check the EPB on every service.
    Mine was in last week, and we discussed it (the EP and he said as long as it is checked/serviced regularly, it should be ok.
    He checked mine, and said it was fine.
    I still hesitate to use it anywhere, "just in case".
    I'm amazed at all the discussion about this system - definitely a wide range of opinions.
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  2. #42
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    If you have an iidtool or any other similar device, it's possible to enable the epb to automatically apply when the key is removed. I have it set like that with my RRS. Also the drive away function can be disabled. I still have it on though as it is useful if taking off up a steep hill. Obviously it doesn't work very well on flat ground as it's not really designed for that as far as I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtripp View Post
    If you have an iidtool or any other similar device, it's possible to enable the epb to automatically apply when the key is removed. I have it set like that with my RRS. Also the drive away function can be disabled. I still have it on though as it is useful if taking off up a steep hill. Obviously it doesn't work very well on flat ground as it's not really designed for that as far as I know.
    Hmmm. Iíve never heard of this in all these years. Itís not in the menus so unless itís a hidden feature I donít believe it applies to the Discovery
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  4. #44
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    Quote Originally Posted by dtripp View Post
    If you have an iidtool or any other similar device, it's possible to enable the epb to automatically apply when the key is removed. I have it set like that with my RRS. Also the drive away function can be disabled. I still have it on though as it is useful if taking off up a steep hill. Obviously it doesn't work very well on flat ground as it's not really designed for that as far as I know.
    The D4 doesn't have a dedicated key location in the car. Do you mean when the key leaves the car? I also have not heard of this feature on the D4. application via the lever in the central console.

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