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Jaquar s type, when driving power will diminish to like 5 mph and warning comes on ,faulty system,parkbrake fault no dsc ,cruise control not available.. turn it off and start back up drive about 1/4 of mime and it does it again

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Jaguar, S-Type, 2004 will not accelerate after dash sign came on

one of tha abs and traction sensors has blown

Posted on Feb 18, 2009

SOURCE: dsc system fault 2000 jagS 4.0

check the throttle

Posted on Aug 13, 2009

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SOURCE: parkbrake fault flashing on dashboard display and

Try a brake reset.
Disconnect battery (make sure you have your radio code) leave for 10 mins. reconnect. hold foot brake on then put parkbrake switch on and the release then take foot off brake . switch ign on and if no problem with components the park-brake should have reset.

Good luck

Posted on Dec 08, 2009

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SOURCE: my message centre is displaying Parkbrake fault

A common fault on these cars, Often caused by low battery voltage. To reset -
Disconnect battery (make sure you have your radio code!) leave for 10 mins. then reconnect and apply foot brake and then park brake as per instructions on message center and the brake will recalibrate itself. Use this method first on any park brake fault - as 95% of the time it fixes them.
Hope this helps - good luck.

Posted on Jan 14, 2010

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SOURCE: my 2006 vw passat as 3 warning lights come on the

You very well may have a bad park brake module located under the center console, it will have to be replaced aby the dealer because it needs to be programmed along with the ECM and the Electronic Brake Control Module. Hope this helps

Posted on Mar 05, 2010

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I have a 2003 S-type jaguar that goes into a limp mode and stops running then the engine system fault shows ,the parkbrake fault and DSC not available also shows. Diagnostic showed codes PO121,P1582??


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code p1582 refers to electronic throttle monitor data available which will be associated with the p 0121 code and faults

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I have a 2004 Jag s type w/ 45k miles. Last night I got all the system lights and "transmission fault, parkbrake fault and dsc not available." Got home, turned it off, restarted after 1 minute, restarted...


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Why doesn't the eletronic parking brake work?


Try a reset of the park brake.
Make sure you have your radio code.!!
Disconnect the battery - leave for 10 Min's.
Reconnect.
Turn ignition on. If fault has not reset - try the following
Apply foot brake (not too hard)
Apply park-brake switch following instructions on the message center.

Use this method for any park brake fault as most of the time it fixes the minor problems caused by glitches and low battery voltage.
hope this helps good luck

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Have replaced ABS module on bmw 525 E39 and ABS now ok, but the ASC lamp will not go off on the dash and fault code 23 (incorrect coding) will not clear from system? Everyone told us the ABS ecu does not...


ABS/ASC module is faulty
CLASSIC ABS FAILURE SYMPTOMS:
- Most of the time, the problem is the ABS module or one of the 4 wheel speed sensors (& sometimes the brake pressure sensor)
- In my 2002 BMW E39 DSC, three orange (warning) cluster display lights lit, ABS, Brake, & DSC
- The 3 warning lights reset when the ignition is turned off, only to repeatedly reappear within minutes of normal driving
- The fault is often intermittent leading you to falsely believe you've resolved the problem (proper diagnosis is important)
- Sometimes the fault only appears when the engine is hot; other times only at speeds over 40 mph
- Carsoft may erroneously show a rear speed sensor failure; but just replacing the speed sensor may make no difference.
- All the work is in correct diagnosis of the problem; parts replacement is trivial (from 1 to six bolts in a few minutes)
- Hence, this BMW E39 ABS 3-warning light DIY will concentrate on understanding and diagnosis of the problem

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2002 jaguar s-type having the same problem


Could be anything. Sometimes the parking brake fault is a sign of low battery voltage as its one of the first items to lose calibration and shows as a fault.
Try a full reset on the operating systems this sometimes clears a persistant bug. Make sure you have your radio code. Disconnect the battery and leave for 20 mins to allow all systems to drain. Reconnect and see if the fault reapears. Have you had the fault memory read for problems, this should be the first thing to check.
Hope this helps - good luck

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