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Disco 3 (LR3) Gap iid manual / Configurations

Discussion in 'Land Rover Discovery' started by gstuart, Sep 8, 2017.

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    gstuart D3 Grandad

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    As this is getting more popular, here's the manual download for the gap iid bluetooth version

    plse note the page can sometimes be slow to load , then press “ view “ on the right hand side of the page when it opens

    http://www.gap-diagnostic.com/support/documents/IIDTool/


    this is work in progress and i will also add some updates etc , i.e. how to adjust different software settings within the D3

    these are VIN locked to the vehicle

    however u can do some items on other same vin locked land rover

    Full diagnostic capabilities (free of charge on any supported vehicles for the IIDTool BT)
    • Fault read / clear
    • Live values
    • Control outputs
    • Service / test functions (this includes service interval reset)

    following is what u can’t do on a second same type vehicle , unless u buy another licence

    Advanced programming functions (IIDTool BT: one free VIN, additional license available at 60 GBP):• Suspension height modification (this can be quite handy for your customers on specific situations)• ECU Flash
    • Car Configuration File editing• Component and system calibration (steering angle sensor calibration etc)
    • Advanced functions including backup / restore, save profiles – vehicle system settings and
    configurations are read and stored as a backup file for a restore function, various changes


    MENU ( Please scroll down for information )

    1) how to set up the remote so that with one press all the doors open
    2) Key fob button configurations
    3) Setting up the alarm so it uses the horns
    4) Disabling the passengers seat audible alarm
     
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    1) Key Fob single press all doors unlock

    hold down the lock and unlock buttons on the keyfob for about 3 seconds .. That will disable 2 part unlocking ( so all the doors unlock on one press )
     
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    2) Key fob button configurations

    Program the key fob 'Land Rover' button
    The Land Rover button of Discovery 3's key fob (bottom of the 3 buttons, with the 'Land Rover' logo on it) can be programmed to do one of four things - trigger the panic alarm; turn on the 'follow-me-home' headlights; raise or lower the suspension; or release the upper-rear tailgate.

    • To set the panic alarm, insert the key in to the ignition (position two) and then remove the key from the ignition. Immediately after, hold down the Land Rover button on the key fob whilst pressing the hazard warning light button on the dashboard.
    • To set the remote to turn on the headlights, insert the key to position two and then remove it. Hold down the Land Rover button on the key fob whilst flashing the headlights (by pulling the headlight control stalk). The amount of time the lights remain on for depends on the headlamp delay setting (which can be changed within the Settings menu of the digital display).
    • To set the remote to raise or lower the air suspension, turn off the engine and remove the key. Within one minute, press and hold the Land Rover button on the key fob whilst pressing the air suspension control lever on the Terrain Response area of the centre console (to either position, up or down). The suspension can then be adjusted using the remote key fob. The hazard warning lights must first be turned on and all doors closed. To raise the suspension, hold down the Land Rover button whilst pressing and holding the lock button. To lower the suspension, hold down the Land Rover button whilst pressing and holding the unlock button.
    • To set the remote to release the tailgate, press and hold the Land Rover button on the fob and then release the tailgate (either by opening in outside or by pressing the Lock and Unlock buttons on the dashboard together).

    Once the remote has been successfully programmed, the vehicle will 'bong' to confirm.
     
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    3) How to set up the alarm to use the horn

    Getting the alarm to use the horns
    1. Open the bonnet and open the drivers side box
    2. Locate the alarm sounder, its just behind the ABS module and to the left of the brake servo (It has volvo on it)
    3. On the alarm sounder there's a plug with three wires coming from it. You need to disconnect this, It is fiddly - a small flat blade screwdriver might help to remove it. Then just tuck it away.
    4. Once you have done the above the alarm system defaults to the horns.
    To test lock the car give it 30 secs and then open the passengers door manually with the key this will set the alarm off.
     
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    4) Disable the passengers audible seat belt alarm
    1. Switch on ignition
    2. Insert & remove seat belt latch 9 times within one minute. It helps to hold the release button down.
    3. The D3 will bing to say it's disabled.
    Note that the red seat belt warning light will still appear on the dash.

    ONLY do this if you really can remember to use your seat belt. Safety first!

    Repeat the above procedure to enable the audible alarm.

    Uses

    • If you are constantly in and out of the D3 for any reason and do not wear your belt, the alarm can get annoying.
    • If you place items on the empty passenger seat the alarm will go off over bumpy ground.
    • If you lean on the passenger seat while the engine is running the alarm will go off.
     
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