huh. intereresting. cell signal in my parking lot is terrible and everytime i start the car i am in a closed garage. i think the time the light didnt come on was when i started up at the trail head. seems like the warning light comes on at star diagnostics, but will not go away even if you are able to get a good satellite connection later?Sounds like either the telematics module is bad or else the cellular signal is weak.
Try driving it to a metro urban area and see if it starts to work.
Then try the In Control protect app to see if your phone can contact the car and show location.
If yes to above, then it's a signal issue as the car needs to communicate to LR server via cellular.
It has nothing to do with GPS as it uses satellites. SOS needs a cellular signal.
If no, and happens everywhere, then it might be a telematics unit that is bad.
Glad to hear it has not come back.I had it once for about 5 minutes about 4 months ago. Went away on its own haven't seen it since. Assumed it was due to poor signal (though I travel that route everyday, and it only happened once). Electronics
Gee, I thought I would never say this about this brand, but the old image of Land Rovers being a problem in the engineering may be coming true. :crying:Haven't experienced it yet but looking forward to it!.....