Question about 1993 Jaguar Xj Series
When the 'check engine' light comes on, the code FF48 appears on the screen.
If there is a power drain - new battery or old - it needs to be well charged to start the car..
If the batt is charged well - it could be the starter solinoid or the starter..
However - the typical "clicking sound" is usually a low battery..
IF the batt is low - could be the charging sytem or a power drain ..
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
both of these codes refer to the transmission,it is now in LIMP HOME MODE,the codes refer to open or shorted circuits in the CAN (controlled area network) the computer system in the car. check for blown fuses first,then have the car scanned with a european scan tool which is capable of bi-directional communication with the vehicle,get back to me if you need more help,Please rate my fix as i strive to be the best Thanks Ray
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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