Question about 1994 Jaguar XJ6
I CHANGE THE BATTERY,THE ALARM WHEN OFF,COULDN'T RESET THE ALARM WITH THE REMOTE,NOW I DON'T HAVE TURN SIGNALS,DORM LIGHTS,AUTOMATIC DOOR LOCKS DON'T WORK,CENTRAL LOCKING SWITCH DON'T WORK,WINSHELD WIPERS DON'T WORK,HAD TO DISCONNECT THE BATTERY TO STOP THE ALARM,TOOK THE FUSE OUT OF THE SECURITY ECM,RECONNECTED THE BATTERY,REPLACED THE FUSE IN THE SECURITY ECM,THE ALARM STAYED OFF,BUT ALL OF THOSE OTHER PROBLEMS ARE STILL THERE,PLEASE HELP ME,I DON'T HAVE A ARM & LEG TO PAY A SHOP
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the locks are working whilst you are driving then more and likely it is the actual door lock assy that is bad. the solenoid go bad and can cause erratic operation. But unfortunately they are only available with the whole door lock/latch assy.
I would disconnect the drivers and see if the problem still exists.
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
When you get a new key the chip needs to be programmed to the Key transponder module, if it will not program then the new key is bad, (very common). You must also program all keys at once.
If your key is good and you are certain then the Key Transponder Module could be bad, If this is the case then once it is replaced the system needs to be reprogrammed by Jaguar. No one can send you the correct file, the car needs to be programmed with the factory WDS diagnostic computer or the IDS system.
Sorry. The only way to match the KTM (immo) and the ecm is to use those diagnostic computers.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
I had this problem with my wifes car. I went through the car top to toe and found more than one problem causing this intermittant issue.
I found a weak crank sensor, when warm it was intermittantly losing a signal, replaced it and the problem was a little better, I then found that the throttle position sensor was also intermittantly not within the range it should be, replaced it and it helped, I then was getting the oxygen sensor code and that was only due to the car stalling, nothing to do with the o2's, I finally traced the final issue to the integral harness on the valve body inside the transmission, I replaced that harness and fitted a new transmission speed sensor and the car has been perfect.
I know you have several issues here that could be your problem but you now have a base to start from.
Last thing is the car may just need an engine set-up if you are no longer having any codes. This is only done by the dealer using there WDS computer system. The perform a oxygen sensor orientation test, they set-up the kick down and also set-up the Throttle positon sensor (TPS).
Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
Your key fob needs reprogramming, and yes the alarm will go off when you open the door, but you have enough time to put the key in the ignition which will prevent the alarm sounding. Car is usable until you get the fob sorted by locking and unlocking using the key.
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
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