Question about 2003 Jaguar X-Type
This car has 82k miles, I have replaced the res. bottle, the large intake O-Rings, the throttle actuator. I have had engine driveability codes, and have addressed each. The car is not setting codes right now and has not for over a month. When the gearbox failure goes on the car stays at idle and will only move enough to get off the road. Once the car sits for at least 4 hours it will restart and drive normal with no red or yellow lights or failure message.
You need to probably bring it to a garage and get those codes reset or figured out
Posted on Jan 16, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: s type jaguar gearbox
Hello astra....Un fortunately the oldes S-Types do suffer from this.....If you dont want to chance a new gearbox,ya gotta live with it ..As long as you have your foot on the brake its ok so sit at the lights while in D
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
I suspect this could be your battery at fault.
Get it heavy discharge tested first.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
When this happens, usually you have to replace the Computer. There is a chance you just didn't reset it when you took to cables off. Remove them and tape or hold them together for 5minutes or longer. If it still does it, I would get a book and find out where the code is to lead you. With the obd it only gives you a starting point in the diagnosics. You may have air in your lines that need bled, a sensor out, or just plain adjustment of the cables. But it shouldn't go into limp home mode unless you lost your Engine Control Monitor. Oh, I didn't click the read more button. Check the E-brake cables. You may have run over something that hooked it and ripped it loose. The Jags can tell if the cable is too far out of adjustment. It's under the car, cable should go through the floor and run to the rear of the car and Y out to the rear wheels. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
SOURCE: 1999 s type jag gearbox problem
Sticky transmission I call that. Go see a few garages and a few quotes with guarantee on workmanship..
Mind you I started on big trucks with Allison transmissions and we overhauled those.
Too long a story to explain those transmissions.
I you really want to:
order a haynes manual (need technical preknowledge)
or maybe local library with something on these type transmissions.
Pls rate a woman coming to your aid.
Posted on May 06, 2009
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