Just a quick mention - for about a month my XK8 low coolant light came on intermittently. This week with no notice while driving normally I got Stability Control Fail and FailSafe Engine Mode and wtih great difficulty got the car back to where I started from (less than a mile). Two days later (when got time) and after a bit of research, I tried it again - same problem and a very unhappy engine. I then disconnected the battery for 15 minutes (probably more) to clear the engine codes as well as check all the wiring and vacuum stuff I could under the hood (at a Jaguar master mechanic's recommendation). No problems found but the car would start and immediately stall with the air intake hose disconnected from the intake butterfly. After I reconnected the air intake hose, she started and purred like normal. The problem is the BATTERY... It is low - I've known it for a LONG time BUT it always started right up and never skipped a beat. I intend to replace it tonight but fully expect that's the issue. I've had the car 6 years (it's a 98) and had NO problems except a dead taillight asembly.
a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
the service is completely free and covers almost anything you can think of (from cars to computers, handyman, and even drones).
click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need. goodluck!
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
p0193 sounds like a ip sensor circuit malfunction the p1111 is system check has been completed p1000 system check is not completed..that number will check from 1000 to 1111 when the car has ran a complete self check of itself.
It may be if you ignore the light. Check the oil level and coolant levels first if ok have the fault codes read to determine the sensor that put the light on. Repair it and go from there.. Normally the ECM goes into safe mode to protect the engine and gear box from serious damage but it depends on the driver to react promptly to stop further damage occurring.
The P1111 unlike the P1000- the P1111 means the ECM has completed a drive cycle with no faults stored. The P1000 means the ECM has not yet completed the drive cycle. They are basicly drive cycle readiness codes doing a system check...this is a natural code..not to worry its checking the car all over between drive cycles for any malfunctions.. sorry i missed u online but the code is nothing to worry about...
The P1111 unlike the P1000- the P1111 means the ECM has completed a drive cycle with no faults stored. The P1000 means the ECM has not yet completed the drive cycle. They are basicly drive cycle readiness codes doing a system check...this is a natural code..not to worry its checking the car all over between drive cycles for any malfunctions..
It depends on what you mean by electronic thermostat wire. I assume you have the L322 Range Rover with the BMW M62 4.4 litre V8 petrol engine. It has a heater in the coolant thermostat which causes the thermostat to open further when the engine gets too hot.. The wiring to this often fails due to coolant leakage into the cable. Disconnecting it will make no difference to the running of the engine. (On mine, it has been disconnected due to corrosion).
P1111 is not a fault code. It is a special designator Jaguar uses meaning system ready, drive cycles completed after the last fault event. P1000, on the other hand, means system not ready, or drive cycles not completed after the last recorded fault event.
Some OBD II Basics - All P0xxx codes are generic and uniform across all manufacturers and mean the same on every car. All P1xxx codes are manufacturer specific codes. You cannot use a generic code chart to analyze P1xxx codes for a Jaguar.
Next time your car displays an engine fault light, try reading the codes then. If you have a CEL illuminated and the only code read is P1000 or P1111, then you probably have a fault that generic code readers cannot see. Could be a chassis code, for example.
One last thing - Neither P1000, nor P1111 can be erased.
code p1111 is system pass code p0333 is knock sensor 2 high input (bank 2) code p1643 is can link engine control module/transmission control modual circuit/ network also see if your car has a fuel pump shut off switch also other safety features on cars to protect against damage trans and oil fluid pressure also ckeck your neutral safety switch