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Hi Cassandra: Check this procedure to removal and installing Fuel Pressure Regulator...
Fig. 1: TBI fuel pressure regulator
Remove the throttle body assembly from the vehicle as outlined in this section.
To prevent spring pressure release, hold the regulator housing against the throttle body while removing the mounting screws.
Remove the three retaining screws that hold the pressure regulator to the fuel body.
Disassemble the pressure regulator assembly. Note the location of the components for reassembly. Discard the gasket.
Install a new gasket and the regulator assembly. Tighten the three retaining screws.
Install the throttle body assembly as outlined in this section.
The pressure regulator diaphragm MUST be installed with the vent
hole aligned with the vent holes in the throttle body and regulator
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the throttle body angle is the throttle butterfly opening angle, the signal is sent to the ecm from a potentiometer on the throttle body and is compared to the throttle pedal sensor if both signals are not in unison then you get that fault code you dont say what model you have! if its got a cable operated throttle pedal the pedal sensor is also on the throttle body. so you should clean the butterfly and housing using a solvent and check the wiring and connectors but at that year 99 to 2001 they had problems with throttle bodies lots had to be replaced. so recon throttle body may be best option
very carefully. It is not one of the things you want to mess with unless you have a scanner and the experience to know what adjustment you are making. There are two screws that hold it to the throttle body and the TPS is slotted so that you can turn it on the axes. But in 28 years, the adjustment I have had to do only happened when I replaced one, or when someone else was adjusting it. You do need the scanner to set it at the right place.
Get a spray can of throttle body cleaner.Take the big hose off coming from the air cleaner to the throttle body.Get someone to press the gas petal or do it yourself under the hood.Look inside the throttle body and you will see the flap opening and closing.Spray the cleaner on the flap and inside the throttle body and clean out all of the black stuff .Do not use carburetor cleaner it will damage the throttle body.It is best to replace a drive axle with a rebuilt one when the boots are busted.Trade yours in for a rebuilt axle this will fix all of your problems.
fail safe mode is something the vehicle computor will go into when there is a problem with the vehicle it allows u to get off the highway or road safely you need to take vehicle to repair shop or your dealer which ever u prefer
Failsafe engine mode on a 2000 jaguar s type is caused by a stopped up throttle body. Jaguar says not to clean the throttle body since it has a protective coating to help keep deposits from accumulating. You can clean the throttle body as long as you use ONLY throttle body cleaner that states it is safe to use with a protective coating. The butterfly valve in the throttle body will actually stick not allowing air to flow into the manifold causing failsafe engine mode to kick in reducing the amount of power your engine will produce. To solve the issue just clean out your throttle body, it will cost you around $5 dollars and take 1 hour of your time.
Have you contacted jaguar to be sure the car is wired?
Just because there is a phone symbol on the stereo means nothing.
They all have that.
Go to Jaguars web site and email them with you cars VIN number and ask if the car has been prewired.
they will get back to you in about in 2 days and let you know.
If it has been prewired you can get it set up for a price, if not, you are out of luck.