Question about 2000 Jaguar S-Type
In the boot near the battery and the rear panel of the car you find a loose white plug with 2 wires to it,It wont be plugged into anything but may be tucked up somewhere,Make sure that isnt corroded or in any water which may of leaked into the boot,This plug is from the transit relay which is fitted when the cars leave the factory.This enables the car to be started and driven and to be stored without the battery going flat,But if those 2 wires become shorted out or wet it will give the same fault you are experiencing....clean the wires and connecters or cut off the plug and seperately insulate the wires.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
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