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These 2 symptoms indicate the brake switch above the brake pedal is shorted or stuck closed. Try unplugging the connector from the switch. If this resolves the problem, replace switch. Let us know if you have more questions.
I have a 2001 xtype and the same lights came on my dash, i had it plugged up to diagnostic and it was down to a split reluctor ring on the rear wheel, this set off the abs light which in turn sets off the management light. Will cost £200, but looks quite easy to repair by self
hi there you will find a switch some where near the dash light dimmer switch that will say off and on what you need to do
have the car going in a forward moton and doing 40kph or more
when you have reached the desired speed that you wish to set you need to turn the cruse control on then at the strearing wheel you will see a button saying "set"
once the light on the dash bord has come on then you can take your foot off and it should remain at the speed you set it at.
now some tips and did you know
when you have set a speed you can increase it by pressing the plus or minus button to either increase or decreas your speed and it will automatically remember it
when you want to over take and you have your cruse set at a speen you can use the exelaretor to go faster and once you have passed you can press resume to go back to the speed you where doing before you applyed more power
did you know cruse control is more economical then usng the exelarator it can save you fuel.
do not use cruse control in wet weather as it can cause a skid if you hit a p[uddle of water laying on the road
to stop the cruse form working just put your foot on the break
Inertia switch located on the passengers side (under the dash). You may need to remove a small door to get access to it. If you have not been in an accident, then it was probably tripped accidentally. Simply press the button, and it will reset. This should get your car running again. Good Luck!
Had a similar problem with my x type 2.5 petrol, only had the car 1 day went to start it nothing happend all the lights came up on the dash but the engine wouldn't start and the immobiliser light stayed on. Spoke to Jaguar they had no idea and I couldn't get it to them. After disconnecting the battery trying to reset the immobiliser phoned and auto locksmith they came out and discovered the end of the key with the blade had lost it's coding and the immobiliser was not disarming, they reprogrammed the key and the car started no problem. As far as i know there is no way past the immobiliser. Hope this helps.