Question about 2003 Jaguar Xkr
DTC P1642 is for a loss in CAN communication. You will need to read the codes from the other modules to see which one is the culprit. From your description is does sound like the CAN network went down. It may be a problem with the inertia switch. It may have partially tripped causing this problem.
See your owner manual for the location of your inertia fuel cutoff switch. It cuts off power to the fuel pump in an accident.
CAN is the communication network where all teh computers in your car talk to one another. There appears to be a problem intermittently here.
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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