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1998 jaguar code p1230

Code p1230 on a 1998 jaguar xjr

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SOURCE: boot lid on jaguar xjr

There is no manual release switch for these, so this isn't going to be a simple fix. One way is to remove the interior switch and jumper across the pins inside the connector to get the electronic release to engage, and this will only work if the release solenoid is functional. Another would be to have a locksmith maintenance or rekey the lock. Most likely you will have to replace the the switch, release solenoid, or the lock.

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SOURCE: locating the fuel filter for a 1997 jaguar xjr

The fuel filter is under the car, and above and to the left of the rear axle  D 

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SOURCE: 1998 jaguar xjr rear shocks

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The shockers are removed from under the car.

Good Luck !

John.

Posted on Feb 18, 2009

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SOURCE: 01' Jaguar XJR Starter location?

If you get just a click you should first check battery charge and all battery connections. The click is probably the solenoid kicking in but without enough battery to turn over the engine.

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SOURCE: p1230 dtc on 1996 nissan pathfinder

P1230 refers to ign coil that has an internal open on the primary side of coil

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