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check engine lights are a pain and unlucky there's no way to turn them off and pass inspection untill whatever the codes call for to be fix and jaguars are tough cars to work on and have expensive parts if you cant seems to get it fix i would suggest taking it to the dealer.
may be start by checking all fluid levels including the windscreen washer bottle if it has headlight wipers check that there is not a seprate washer bottle 4 them.also check that its not a light reminding u that the rear fog light is on some european cars have a bright red light in the drivers side rear tail light for heavy fog conditions
Hi, usually the problem is the` reader` which is the device which takes the information from the ignition key and sends it to the ecu. This reader is situated in the steering columm ( not sure exactly where ). Have the key checked as the code in the key could be currupted. Hope i have shed some light on this problem. John ( South Wales UK )
have you moved the switch to leave the interior light on all the time?
have a look at this first,,, if its not that then it could be a door switch sticking on you or the light delay turn off device has gone short circuit on you it has whats called a "tryac" its an electrical switch in the light delay circuit that when it go's pop some times failes in the closed poshion leaving the light on for safty,,,
i hope this has helped you
I am not familiar with the light your speaking of (I am assuming a warning light for engine heat?) if she's running warm the thermostate may be failing or stuck in a partially closed/open position.
If the light is an Engine Check light then yes is may be as simple as a faulty fuel cap not holding presure within the tank. You'll note some cars when you open the cap there is a small "huff" of air as the cap is removed.
I hope this may have helped,
you have 2 computer codes that has to be removed find a mech with a code readed to tell you what they are. it could be something or nothing computers spit out codes sometimes when it gets damp out. have brake fluid checked engine light could be many things.