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Locate ignition amplifier box by following wires at distributor to black box. Disconnect neg . battery lead . Disconnect plug at black box. Remove box and take cover off. Ibside you will find a GM ignition module neatly wired to the plug that exits the box. Remove and have it tested at any major parts chain for free. If it is bad, have them find the part by crossreferencing the number. Don;t tell them it is for a jag or they might charge you more. Part should cost less than fifty bucks. I priced one over 15 years ago and it was over three hundred dollars.
The on board computer (ECM) has put the car in limp mode (reduced power) because it has detected some kind of serious error in the systems operation, this can be the engine or the electronically controlled transmission, it does this to prevent any further damage to the car engine or transmssion or possible fire hazard in the case of a misfire or rich fuel condition that overheats the catalytic converter. You must now have the computer control module scanned for fault code and repaired based on the diagnostic testing outlined for the code inthe factory diagnostic manual..
The battery needs to be load tested first. once this is determined to be good or not, have the charging system checked just be sure. Electrical components can fail quicker than you can blink. Just because it tested good once does not mean it still is. Most autoparts stores will do this for free. Let me know what they say.
If it has screw on fittings then r12. If the fittings are quick disconnect type then it takes r134a. I would do a r134a system conversion if needed because of the availability and price of the r134a refrigerant.
Fault code P1178Rich Fuelling Trim, Long Term (AMFR)Check for manifold air leaks, rectify as necessary Check for recorded MAFS fault code, rectify as necessary Clear fault code and perform service drive cycle to verify fault cleared Contact Jaguar Service Hotline if fault still present.
Yes you can check the Crank & Cam Sensors they can control spark and fuel. You can test them by finding out the normal resistance and then testing yours for their resistance. Do you have a way to scan the car? Did it quit while driving?
when you battery goes dead, the security system locks the car. When you charge the bathery, use the key to lock the door and hold until the alarm activates. open your door and you can now start your car...email@example.com