Question about 2003 Jaguar X-Type
DSC (dynamic stability control) can affect your brakes and make them apply themselves when not necessary. this system monitors for out of control driving condition and attempts to correct them by using braking. if this system fails, it could constantly feel as if something is wrong and keep the brakes pressed for no reason. first look near the wheel for something that looks like a cogged (gear cutouts) ring very close to the wheel itself and clean the dirt out of it, that might clear the code, if that doesnt work, get the electronics checked out because this problem will cause large amounts of engine, transmission and brake wear and tear.
Posted on Oct 27, 2012
Take and have your local auto parts store run your codes
Posted on Oct 27, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
not sure on this one but my favourite saying applies ,if it runs ok leave well alone ,to sort this out ask the jaguar dealer as its product knowledge here that will save you money in the long run .Might just need reprogrammg
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
yes it sounds like a vacuum leak possibly the line going to the brake booster try to start the car open the hood and listen for a hissing noise you may be able to inpoint where the leak is and fix it with a new piece of hose or a fitting
Posted on May 31, 2009
Could be anything. Sometimes the parking brake fault is a sign of low battery voltage as its one of the first items to lose calibration and shows as a fault.
Try a full reset on the operating systems this sometimes clears a persistant bug. Make sure you have your radio code. Disconnect the battery and leave for 20 mins to allow all systems to drain. Reconnect and see if the fault reapears. Have you had the fault memory read for problems, this should be the first thing to check.
Hope this helps - good luck
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
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