Question about 2001 Jaguar S-Type
The gas cap was NOT b/s. A loose cap upsets the evap monitoring within the engine check system. If you have an engine light on there are two options on a OBDII compliant car. 1 The engine light will stay on showing there is a fault that requires attention. 2 The engine light will stay on until the ECU has completed a series of checks over a predetermined period of driving cycles, if the fault is no longer active the engine light will be off when you next start the car after the last successful check. Hope this helps - good luck.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
$60 wow big big rip off, purchase an obdII tester from ebay and reset it yourself. As for reason last time I think you will find that was BS as well
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