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Asc trac not available
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same issue...I went to Auto Zone and got a diagnostic...Came back that my Throttle Position Sensor was faulty...However after taking it to the dealer, and paying 135.00 for THEIR diagnostic...You can't simply buy the sensor. You have to buy a new Throttle Body at 902.00 + Tax atleast here in Vegas. I hope it's not your problem, but go get a FREE diagnostic first.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
First did you have a check engine light, and do you know what the code was if you did?
Ok, the traction control not available isnt goin to affect the car from starting.During my year of a jaguar tech the most common for a crank, no start is a flooded engine. Now the two most causes for a flooded engine on these jags are 1. the weather is just super cold and all the own does is keep cranking the car to try to get to start. 2. A lot of short trip, a lot of city driving, 15 mins or less.
When you get something like this, a no start crank, you have to pump the gas pedal really fast, like your starting an oil muscle car. this forces more air into the engine.
when this no start happend u could get all these codes, what i maybe would recommend is a tune up, and some highway driving every once and a while to kept this from happening again, hopefully this helps, thanks.
Posted on May 23, 2009
the ABS controller (the box that hooks up to the ABS pump) is bad.
There are 2 plugs. The top one has a sort of slider that you pull up to disconnect the plug, the bottom one is a bit tricker, but keep fiddling, it will come off. The next fun part is the 4 FEMALE TORX fasteners that hold the box on. You'll need this socket (it's a T5 female IIRC) to remove the box. Be careful fishing it through the brake lines. Remove the unit and send it to ASI inc. 423-921-9085,
212 e. Washington St, Rogersville TN, 37857. They will rebuild your unit for $55 and a lifetime guarantee, and you can drive the car while the unit is out being serviced. You'll have the ABS, CHECK ENGINE, ASC/TRAC NOT AVAILABLE AND LOW BRAKE FLUID lights in, and your handbrake light will also be gone. When you get the unit back, disconnect the battery reinstall the unit, connect the batter and erase the codes (I cleared mine with a cheapo PepBoys model) PROBLEM SOLVED.! These ABS controllers are cheap POS parts made in the Phillipines....I'd settle for LUCAS any day.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
42 miles with a jaguar. First I love Jaguars. Youll get to your home by a tow truck. The car is talking to you say its sick.Here is what will happen, The TRAC, ASC, light is on okay the APP will now go to limp home mode what this mean it will default giving limited operations, youll probable just go 30mph, and that is just it. The transmission does not know what gear or how fast its going so it communicates to the powertrain it tell it I dont know what Im doing so it activates the traction control and say keep me safe the traction control say okay Ill get disable, then the transmission control tell the powertrain I could be burning up or slipping. So The APP(acclerator pedal position ) gets involved and say we will just limp on home.Remeber i love juguars so does tow trucks
Posted on Apr 23, 2011
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