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JAUAR X-TYPE 2003-GEAR BOX FAULT MESSAGE ON DASH AND VEHICLE NOT SHIFTING CORRECTLY WHEN YOU SLOW DOWN

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  • rosenjey2 Sep 13, 2009

    this is not an answer to my problem, i thought these were supposed to be mechanics. if i missing something, let me know. this seems to be a common problem with these types of jaguar. it seems to me that if you don't pay money, no one wants to help you, so stop saying you will help someone free. i will be telling everyone to not go on this site unless you are willing to pay money for your site. this is the very reason why i would not pay money for these sites. the information was not helpful at all.

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