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My jaguar X-Type moves along in 1st gear as if i have my foot on the accelerator, but it's not. I have to brake to stop it happening but it soon returns. Any ideas?. It 2lt Desiel manual 2004

normal practice for all automatics
more noticeable it the idle speed is more than 750 rpms
if you don't want it to move , select neutral or park or gently apply the brake

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consider this
when at the stop lights , you will have your foot on the brake as it will still be in drive or in gear and you don't want the car to move
a simple test is to apply the hand brake to stop the car and don't touch the foot brake
if it idles ok but cuts out when you apply the foot brake , replace the brake booster as it has a vacuum leak that is causing the problem
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Hi normally most E39/E60 BMW electronic gearboxes have a safety lock connected to foot brake which restricts gear selection unless driver apply;s foot brake.this could be a possible fault ,gear linkage have come loose,otherwise internal gearbox fault ,this will require a full diagnostic fault code report to determine that faults are permanent or intermittent . low transmission oil level can cause this problem.

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Further information will be required unless you would nlike a simple solution like.
Step one start said vehichle
Step 2 apply foot ti brake pedal and put gear selector in drive
Step 3 remove foot from brake pedal to accelerator pedal
Step 4 apply presure to accelerator pedal untill desired speed has been acheived
Note these steps will not work for manual transmission see section 37

For braking see section 22

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Common problem.

In future, when on put it in park only AFTER the handbrake is applied. Ideally, foot brake, shift to N, apply handbrake, release foot brake, shift to park.

If the incline isn't steep have someone push car uphill while you gently move gearshift shift out of park. If its a steep hill, call a tow truck and move to a level surface. The parking pawl in the transmission becomes groved over time (and sticks) unless you use the handbreak as described.

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My gear shifter broke loose and is now moving freely along with the needle but there is no hesitation or clicking of a gear engaging. What could my problem be? I know that excessive pressure trying to pull...

you have to secure the cable back into the correct position
if you are not applying the foot brake when selecting out of park you will have difficulty as thee is a switch on the brake that releases the lock pin that keeps it in park

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There is a brake sensor that goes bad. Your foot has to be on the brake to go in gear, but because of the bad sensor your car doesn't know your foot is on the brake & won't let you select a gear. Ford had a recall on this before & the dealer should take care of it.

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