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Daimler V12 6litre.

4l80e auto transmission. it wont drive when selected. but can push lever into any position

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I recently purchased a 95 Jag XJ12, April 12.
I could not find the right manuals for self-repairs.
I have the OEM Jag DVD Manuals but they lack diagram details in some areas but are a good source of info.
Recently, bought website help at, $50 5 yrs,
http://www.alldatadiy.com/contact/index.html
It has more detail diagrams.
I would like to keep in touch to share info.
victorhdz@ivisionis.com

Posted on Apr 25, 2009

  • Victor Hernandez Apr 26, 2009






    Does your 95 JAG XJ12 temperture guage run near the HOT, Red Zone, area?



    Is this normal? What does your temp gauge run at after 30 minutes?



    I was told that this range is normal since the engine has over 142,00 miles.

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  1. Position the steering column transmission shift lever to PARK (P).
  2. Apply the parking brake.
  3. Raise the vehicle. Refer to Vehicle Lifting.




  1. Position the transmission range select lever to PARK (P). Rotate the range select lever clockwise until it reaches the full mechanical stop position.




  1. Slide the black retaining clip forward on the range select lever cable end. This will allow the white lock button to be pushed out.




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  1. Move the transmission shift lever from PARK (P) to 1 and back to PARK (P) ten times.




  1. Place the steering column transmission shift lever in the Park (P) position.
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Shift Controls, Automatic Transmission The transmission shift control linkage or cable transfers the transmission operating mode from the selector lever to the transmission. The indicated transmission position on the steering column is transferred to a shift lever on the bottom of the steering column. On vehicles equipped with cable-operated shift systems, the indicated position of the transmission selector lever is transferred to the transmission through the shift cane, then to the cable, and down to the transmission manual shift lever at the transmission. On vehicles equipped with shift rod assemblies, the rod transfers the indicated transmission selector level position through a bell crank assembly to a control rod. The control rod transfers the indicated position to the transmission assembly.
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