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F-Pace Stop, Brake system, Engine off

I'm not sure if this is has been discussed before. I am confused as how the Brake is engaged automatically whenever I stop and turn the gear dial to Stop. And sometimes the engine shut down by itself automatically whenever I do so. And sometimes it doesn't. Is there some kind of pattern? I would like to learn about this. Please advice.

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Auto-start stop only works when the car is in Drive, so if you're putting it into Park, that system shouldn't be working. If you leave the car in gear when you come to a stop, it should turn off (if you haven't permanently disabled it like some of us have). It may not work if its very hot or very cold and the car needs the engine running to provide climate control. Maybe that's why it "functions intermittently" in your car?

The Parking Brake engages automatically whenever you put the car in Park (electronic parking brakes are standard on most mid- to high-end cars nowadays). That's just a feature built into this car. I've had cars where you could turn that feature off, but that doesn't seem to be an option on the F-Pace.

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I'm not sure if this is has been discussed before. I am confused as how the Brake is engaged automatically whenever I stop and turn the gear dial to Stop. And sometimes the engine shut down by itself automatically whenever I do so. And sometimes it doesn't. Is there some kind of pattern? I would like to learn about this. Please advice.
Just curious if yours shuts off when your seat belt is disengaged before placing the gear knob in Park. Mine sometimes does that.
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If you place your car into park, and the auto stop/start is still turned on it will turn off the engine. The cars electronics (instrument cluster and infotainment) will remain on until you take off your seatbelt, then the car shuts down and only the infotainment system (ICT/ICTP screen) is left on. When the door is open everything shuts off.

Its completely normal. There are a lot of variable that dictate when the stop/start will engage but it is normal for you to place the car into park and for it to turn the engine off.
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Ok. The reason I asked was because the loaner I'm driving now which is the 35T does engage the Park brake automatically whenever I stop and switch the gear dial to P. I don't recall that on my FPace S. And my auto start stop is always inactive since that's the first thing I shut off everytime I get into the car. I need to pay more attention next time when I turn the engine off. I do like the parking brake on feature whenever you turn the gear dial to P though.

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My parking brake does not always engage when I place it into park. Its spotty at best.
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Auto-start stop only works when the car is in Drive, so if you're putting it into Park, that system shouldn't be working. If you leave the car in gear when you come to a stop, it should turn off (if you haven't permanently disabled it like some of us have). It may not work if its very hot or very cold and the car needs the engine running to provide climate control. Maybe that's why it "functions intermittently" in your car?

The Parking Brake engages automatically whenever you put the car in Park (electronic parking brakes are standard on most mid- to high-end cars nowadays). That's just a feature built into this car. I've had cars where you could turn that feature off, but that doesn't seem to be an option on the F-Pace.

I guess I misstated that the gear dial I switched to P not Stop. It is whenever I park my car, the Brake engaged automatically whenever I switch the gear dial to P. Kind of neat. I like that.
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Every time I place the ole knobola in the "P" position, the PARKING BRAKE engages....I can disengage them manually too, whilest in "P"...Never has been an issue (knock wood)

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I guess I misstated that the gear dial I switched to P not Stop. It is whenever I park my car, the Brake engaged automatically whenever I switch the gear dial to P. Kind of neat. I like that.
Glad you cleared that up..I looked everywhere for that STOP position..
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My parking brake does not always engage when I place it into park. Its spotty at best.
Yea, that's what I meant. I see you have the Sport too. My FPace S's parking brake never engage whenever I park. But this 35T (loaner) does it all the time. That's why I am very curious. Maybe some other Sport owner can chime in and see that's the case.

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