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hold the reset button in, on the rh of facia.switch on ignition, relesase button and press the button on the end of the indicator switch then press reset button and hold both it will say resetting service mode keep both pressed until service mode reset is showing you have to be quick with the sequence if that wont work it may have to be done by dealer
not to sure on a jaguar but i know on the gm you can press the gas peddle three times and turn the ignition on but don't start it... not sure if the computer setting system is the same but you may try it and see
hello, you might try taking battery cables loose from battery, count to 7-10 seconds, put them back on this should clear computer, also you will have to reset your radio stations, diesel motors are pretty simple, if this dont work then it may have to go to dealer, they do pretty much the same thing.
I have a 2006 Jaguar 2006 which has been serviced recently. The problem I have is when I get to 65 mph plus, the car starts juddering. This is not through the steering wheel and I have had the wheels balanced and aligned. Any ideas ?