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DSC fault on display,car stops complete electrical failure.

Hello,
Car is Jaguar X-Type 2.5v6 auto AWD.Car has driven perfectly till now.
A new reconditioned gear box fitted by Jag.main dealer 18months ago and has been perfect.Today on slow approach to roundabout the dsc display lit up on instrument pack saying dsc fault.The car came to a stop and wouldnot restart.I think that the gear box fault display lit up briefly and then the car restarted sluggishly to enable me to pull off the road.The car wouldnot restart and then a complete electrical failure of all car systems occured.Everything failed including lights, central locking, radio etc.
Any ideas to solve this ?
thanks from Jagman-123

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Hi Jagman

I suspect this could be your battery at fault.

Get it heavy discharge tested first.

Good Luck.

John.

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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