Question about 2000 Jaguar S-Type
I got a used ignition switch with the key installed in it and it won\'t start my car. Any ideas? They say that it\'s good.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello, do you know what the locksmith did to get the code on your key? Did anything else flash on the screen when the car would not start. My car is doing the same thing, and my Jaguar dealer is 200 miles away. My screen is showing [Engine Fault, Transmission Fault and DSC Fault]. Any help would be greatly appreciated..
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
If it won't turn at all it may be a stearing lock issue, If you have a spare key try it. If the stearing lock is on give the stearing wheel a wiggle back and forth as you turn the key.
Posted on Jul 18, 2010
Before spending lots of dosh i woudl try pairing my keys as follows:-
1.)I would recommended that you ensure all key fobs are fitted with new batteries. ( Click here to see battery replacement guide).
2.)Get in the car and close the drivers side door.
3.)Put the key into the ignition and turn to position I.
4.)Wait 5 seconds
5.)Turn the key quickly to position II then back to I four times.
6.)You should hear a single chime.
7.)Remove the Key
8.)For each Keyfob in rapid succesion. Press any single button on the keyfob you wish to pair, you should hear a chime as each Keyfob is paired with the security system. After the chime do the next Keyfob.
9.)Check operation of each Keyfob.
Further info can be found here :- http://www.bluejag.co.uk
Posted on Dec 29, 2011
SOURCE: 1994 jaguar ignition coil...my car turns over but sometimes wont start. We put a tester on the fuel pump to see if that was it, but when it didn't start the pressure was at 44lbs so it was working
Hi Kenny, The fuel pressure is on the low side. I would also check the crank and cam pickup sensors. Another point of interest should be the temperature sender unit that sends to the computer. I would suspect the igniter before the ignition coil. regards John
Posted on Apr 23, 2012
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