Question about 2002 Jaguar X-Type
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have not got a jag yet, I am thinking about buying one I have owned bmws and audis. ALL CARS FROM europe have electircal probs. I dont know why, this prob sounds like a ground prob. I would check the controil mode on the firewall. Bmws always had a fuse there that would short out on the hood and cause the same prob. I just moved the fuse panel/controil down lower and never had the prob again. I know bmw are different but a car is a car.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
Underneath the pollen filter housing under the bonnet the ECM (engine control module) is located,If any of the drains are blocked you could be getting water into the ECM....Just a thought...Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
SOURCE: Problem with 2005 Jaguar XJ8L
Yes its a new one to me too !
I presume its an automatic model ?
Possibly the gear selection inhibitor switch is at fault, due to water ingress ?
Have you tried starting in neutral ?
Do you hear any clicking from the engine starter at all, when you turn the key ?
If you do, then suspect the starter motor at fault.
I see you posted this on Dec the 6th, so expect you have located the problem by now, if not hope I have been of some help.
Best Wishes !
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
SOURCE: 2001 Jaguar S-type won't start
Check if your transmission really is in park. I once had the same problem and it was fixed by moving the stick in and out of the park stand for a couple of times. Then the red light illuminating the "P" came on and i could start again.
Has to do with the transmission cable that tends to get a bit loose.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
Definitely do not let them take anything apart, that is a ridiculous idea.
The error code should tell them almost exactly what is wrong.
However, again, this could be a similar problem a lot of cars with variable valve timing are getting which is a failing intake cam sensor. This DOES NOT require pulling the engine apart and is VERY EASY and CHEAP to replace. A $30 sensor does not require an engine teardown.
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
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