I have taken out the fuel tank and checked the furl pump and it seems to be woring fine, have also cleaned the fuel filter. The error code fail 24 then fuel 24 still shows on the vcm. Would anyone know what this error means ?
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this has to do with the engines ability to warm up and meter the fuel. either the thermostat is sticking or the coolant temp sensor is out of range. there are 2 of them at least, one for the guage and one for the pcm. if you find it is the t-stat sticking, replace with jaguar parts.
try autozone.com to see if they have your car listed for diagrams pictures and step by step instructions if your car is not listed then try your local library they have all the car manuals and even copy them for you
this is the most common error code, just means the one of the nods in fuel pump misfired, on every model other than the ones for usa market, after clearing the error code on vcm the check engine light would reset. for our cars its programmed to stay on. also get fail 17 fuel 17 same thing it will not effect the running of the car or its performance may run a little rich
Generally speaking if a EFI car wont start but will "turn over" there are many points in the fuel system that could be hindering the process. I would start with the fuel filter. Also if when you begin to turn the ignition on you should be able to hear a light humming noise (this is your fuel pump engaging). If you dont hear this humming it could mean a bad fuel pump. A temporary fix is to take a none abrasive or punctioning object and tap on the fuel tank... Fuel relay would have to be checked electronically...like the previous poster stated...
hi sometimes on most cars if lift up the back seat ther usually the pump unit on the top of the tank with two pipes coming out of it .if ypu can find the relay for the fuel pump connect the terminals 30 to 87 together you should hear the fuel pump run.alternitavely check the power to the fuel pump with a multimeter you should get 12 volt when trying to start also check for broken wirig to pump.
FF22 is Fuel Pump Drive failure
ECU looks for sognal to the fuel pump relay.
found in jaguar-forum: "I'm 99% sure that you have a bad fuel pump connector sending a high
resistance fault to the CPU. Check your fuel pump connector at the
pump. There is a very short harness in the trunk behind the spare tire
and the panel behind it. I think the wires are red and blue? Anyway,
the tough part is where they tend to go bad is actually at the pump in
the top of the tank. You will not be able to get to it unless you have
very small hands. You can get to it easier by dropping the tank a
little, you probably won't have to remove the lines, just the tank
straps. I have seen this connector overheat and burn. Try and clean it
up and apply white grease to it.
If you start to have stalling problems in the future, strongly suspect
this. Jumping the fuel relay gave me a little extra juice to the pump
so I could move the car."