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Which fuse for parking sensors 2003 x type jaguar

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Fuse number 69(7.5amp mini) in the glovebox.

Posted on Oct 07, 2010

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I, as well as a guy I work with both drive s-types. He had this problem with his.

The problem is with a cable that runs from the shifter to the transmission. There is a bracket which holds the cable in place. This bracket is prone to coming loose and when that happens, your s-type won't shift out of neutral. Use loctite to resecure the small bracket and you'll be back on the road.

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WOW very funy, At work today, got a call from my brother inlaw and father drive a 2003 S-type. and it is stuck in park. So while waiting on a tow truck they call me and my google search brought me here. So I told them to rock the car back and forth and have someone try to move the shifter... and it WORKED, LMAO,, thanks

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SOURCE: 2003 Jaguar s-type Transmission fault car wont move

First off check the battery. Try and jump start it. If that does not get the vehicle running you may have a problem with your J gate as it will not start unless in park or neutral. If an internal electrical fault has happened then the micro swith may not send a signal to the ecu to allow the car to start. the J gate is the gear selector by the way

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SOURCE: stuck in park 2003 jaguar s type r sc

There is a plastic pawl that locks the gearbox shift in park. This with wear jams when there is a load on it such as parking on a slope. try pushing the car uphill to ease this load then pull it sharply out of park. Also there is an adjustment on the gearbox end that may need attention/resetting. When parking on a slope - apply parkbrake first and then engage park, this may help. Hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 09, 2010

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Jaguar parking sensors are not making sound, i hear a ticking from each sensor when in reverse though. do i need to repair something in the motor or is it a fuse?


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2003 Jaguar s-type Transmission fault car wont move


First off check the battery. Try and jump start it. If that does not get the vehicle running you may have a problem with your J gate as it will not start unless in park or neutral. If an internal electrical fault has happened then the micro swith may not send a signal to the ecu to allow the car to start. the J gate is the gear selector by the way

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