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What does this code p1000, c1145, c1155, c1165, c1175 mean on a 2005 jaguar x type

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SOURCE: Have error codes C1175 &

C1175 ABS/TCCM Anti-lock braking / traction control LH rear wheel speed sensor circuit fault ABS/TCCM to wheel speed sensor signal circuit (FH33-21): open circuit, short circuit to ground, short circuit to B+ voltage, high resistance LH rear wheel speed sensor failure
P1000 is for check not complete after last memory clear , dont worry about it , just stick with C1175 , and most probably it is the sensor wire

Posted on Aug 13, 2009

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SOURCE: can you tell me what these two codes are P1000 and

Po code 1000 is system readyness test, it means it has not met all condtions or flags since last reset of the computer. and the other C1165-Wheel speed sensor circuit right rear electrical failure and C1235-Wheel speed sensor circuit right rear signal failure
Possible Source(s):

  • Harness fault.
  • Connector loose or corroded.
  • Connector pin(s) bent or tracking between connections.
  • Sensor gap incorrect.
  • Foreign matter on sensor face.
  • Missing tooth on sensor wheel.
  • Faulty Sensor.
  • Most Likey cause the harness got knocked off the sensor. If you need more help let me know.

Posted on Sep 21, 2009

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SOURCE: what is a c1145 code and c1155

the error codes you are looking for are

C1145 Speed Wheel Sensor RF Input Circuit Failure
C1155 Speed Wheel Sensor LF Input Circuit Failure

there are many reasons this could be if you recently had tires changed or rotated. it would be good to make sure they did not leave them disconnected. Best to take it to a professional and have it checked out as these are important sensors.
thanks and have a great day

Posted on Aug 17, 2010

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Posted on Jan 04, 2011

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SOURCE: c1145 and c1155 what are

Check out http://www.bluejag.co.uk for a list of all codes

Posted on Mar 11, 2011

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2003 jaguar s type code p1000 and c1165


the p1000 is a system readiness code meaning the car is checking itself..it means its not finished etc but once it has the code will change to p1111..meaning system check completed, the c1165 is a abs or wheel speed code, check the wheel where this code is originating

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My engine and abs lights are on. I replaced the rear ABS sensor, then replaced both front speed sensors!!! Now have codes C-1145 and C-1175 and P-1000!!


C1145 is a Right Front wheel speed sensor fault
C1175 is a Left rear wheel speed sensor fault.
P1000 System OBD check not complete since last memorie clear which mostlikely means that the car has not completed the drive cycle to set all monitors for the engine emissions. ( it may just need to be driven a more.
As for the wheel speed sensors if you have replaced them the ABS codes need to be cleared. the engine code reader and clearing tool will not do it. A scanner with ABS capabilities is needed. On some cars if you disconnect the battery and wait 3 mins then re connect the battery, that will clear all codes. then the car needs to be driven to set all monitors for engine emissions.
If you have already cleared the codes. and you have repete same codes for the ABS, you would need to look the wireing over for possible wire rubs that are causing the faults. or the ABS computer itself is at fault.

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What is a c1145 code and c1155


the error codes you are looking for are

C1145 Speed Wheel Sensor RF Input Circuit Failure
C1155 Speed Wheel Sensor LF Input Circuit Failure

there are many reasons this could be if you recently had tires changed or rotated. it would be good to make sure they did not leave them disconnected. Best to take it to a professional and have it checked out as these are important sensors.
thanks and have a great day

Aug 17, 2010 | 2003 Jaguar X-Type

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What is service codes P1111, C1145, C1155, C1165, C1175?


HI. The codes and their respective definitions are below:


P1111 Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor Circuit Intermittent High Voltage
C1145 Front right wheel speed sensor input circuit failure
C1155 Front left wheel speed sensor input circuit failure\
C1165 Rear right sensor - trigger monitoring
C1175 Rear left sensor - trigger monitoring

Aug 12, 2010 | 2002 Jaguar X-Type

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I have p1000 and c1175 codes


P0128 is a Coolant Thermostat Malfunction

P1000 shows that the fault code has been reset recently (but this code will not bring the warning light on)

C1175 I think is Speed Wheel Sensor LR Input Circuit Failure or Input circuit failure and could be directly related to your ABS fault light indication.

Jan 27, 2010 | 2003 Jaguar X-Type

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Can you tell me what these two codes are P1000 and a C1165 on jaguar x type 3 litre abs, thanks


Po code 1000 is system readyness test, it means it has not met all condtions or flags since last reset of the computer. and the other C1165-Wheel speed sensor circuit right rear electrical failure and C1235-Wheel speed sensor circuit right rear signal failure
Possible Source(s):
  • Harness fault.
  • Connector loose or corroded.
  • Connector pin(s) bent or tracking between connections.
  • Sensor gap incorrect.
  • Foreign matter on sensor face.
  • Missing tooth on sensor wheel.
  • Faulty Sensor.
  • Most Likey cause the harness got knocked off the sensor. If you need more help let me know.

Sep 21, 2009 | 2002 Jaguar X-Type

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Have error codes C1175 & P1000 for a 2002 Jaguar X-type 2.5.


C1175 ABS/TCCM Anti-lock braking / traction control LH rear wheel speed sensor circuit fault ABS/TCCM to wheel speed sensor signal circuit (FH33-21): open circuit, short circuit to ground, short circuit to B+ voltage, high resistance LH rear wheel speed sensor failure
P1000 is for check not complete after last memory clear , dont worry about it , just stick with C1175 , and most probably it is the sensor wire

Jul 25, 2009 | 2002 Jaguar S-Type

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