Question about Jaguar Cars & Trucks
Sounds like you might have some loose wires from the removal of your stereo, which happen to be grounding out and shorting your battery. wouldnt take long to drain your battery if this is the case. your brakes seems to not be working because after the motor loses power and dies your motors no longer is generating any vacuum, which your brakes rely heavily upon for extra brake booster. i would suggest looking for an exposed wire somewhere and tape it w/ electrical tape. hope this helps!
Posted on May 03, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
maybe is the air compresor and that's the noise that you hearing. Put the air in off if the noise stop, your problem is the compresor.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
SOURCE: Ticking sound
Gm will tell you this is normal lifter noise if it from the top of the motor. It could be from the exhaust but you would hear it from under the car more. I do not care for the responce from GM but they say it is ok.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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