Question about 2000 Jaguar S-Type
Check the fluid on your transmission dip stick. The engine should be running in 'park' to check the level. More important is the colour. The fluid should be red. If it is slightly brown and smells burnt it is a sign that one of the brake bands has been slipping causing wear, friction and therefore heat. If caramelized change the fluid and the (internal) transmission fluid filter. Consult with an auto transmission specialist who should be able to assess the state of the transmission from the debris trapped by the filter.
Posted on Jul 18, 2010
There is no gearbox dipstick fitted to this model car. it is the ford 5n box that is ''sealed for life'' If the box is still operating okay the fault may lie in another system and its symptoms could cause a gearbox warning. The best thing would to get the codes read and see what ''pending codes'' are stored along with the current meaning of the gearbox code registered in the system. A jaguar main dealer or specialist will have the equipment to access and read the stored history. hope this helps - good luck.
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