September 19, 2021

2014 Range Rover Evoque EPB Reset via Foxwell GT60 Plus

Have been replaced the parking brake pads recently for a 2014 Range Rover Evoque, I’m gonna use the Foxwell GT60 Plus Diagnostic Tool to reset EPB.

Step 1
Plug connector into OBD2 port, press
Maintenance >> EPB >> Start >> Europe >> Land Rover >> Range Rover Evoque >> 2014-2015 >> Parking brake pad replacement – release to service position
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Following the notes to operate:
Set the ignition switch to on(position 2).

System voltage battery voltage signal should be in the range of 12.5-13.5 volts.
Ensure an approved battery charger is connected.
Press “OK”.

Set the ignition switch to off(position 0).
Set the ignition switch to on(position 2).

This application is required when the parking brake pads are replaced, and must be used before the “Parking brake pad replacement – Exit maintenance mode application”.
Note that when in the service position the parking brake will not operate via the parking brake switch.
Press “OK”.

Make sure the engine is running. Press “OK”.

Make sure the following action has been taken.
Make sure the vehicle is stationary, on level ground, and that the brake pedal is not depressed.
Chock wheels
Make sure the vehicle cannot roll backward or forwards.
Release the parking brake.
Press “OK” to continue when ready to start the application.

This application will retract the parking brake pistons to allow the fitment of new brake pads. Press “OK”.

Test complete.

Set the ignition switch to off(position 0).
Set the ignition switch to on(position 2).

Clearing fault codes…
Completed successfully.
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Step2
Press “Parking brake pad replacement – Exit maintenance mode application”.

Set the ignition switch to on(position 2).
System voltage battery voltage signal should be in the range of 12.5-13.5 volts.
Ensure an approved battery charger is connected.
Set the ignition switch to off(position 0).
Set the ignition switch to on(position 2).

This application is required when the parking brake pads are replaced and must be used after the “Parking brake pad replacement – release to service position” application.
To re-enable parking brake operation via the parking brake switch.
OK >> OK >> OK

After new parking brake pads have been fitted. This application must be completed to re-enable parking brake operation via the parking brake switch.
Warning: the application will now extend the pistons to make the brake pads touch the brake discs. Press “OK”.

Test complete.
Set the ignition switch to off(position 0).
Set the ignition switch to on(position 2).
Clearing fault codes…

Completed successfully.
Done!
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This is using the Foxwell GT60 Plus Platform to reset EPB for the 2014 Range Rover Evoque successfully. It supports special functions like oil reset, battery configuration, DPF regeneration, TPS/TBA, SAS calibration, TPMS, ABS bleeding…for most car makers as well.

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