Question about 2006 Jaguar X-Type
Something is wrong in the gearbox, most likely in the torque converter. The first thing you should do is to do a full service of the gearbox - flush it, replace the oil filter and add a high quality transmission oil and even a good additive. If the problem reappears then the car must be tested on a dyne as to cause the appearance of the problem with the car tied to diagnostic equipment. The error codes will give a much more precise diagnostic.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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