Hi i wonder if you could help because ive just bought 2 xj40 jaguar's and on 1 of them i have ANTI-LOCK FAILURE coming up all the time yet all seems well and it drives and stops a1 plus it has BULB FAILURE on the dash all the time yet every light etc is working ? On the other one i have the BULB FAILURE again but all seems to be working ok and i also have FUELING FAILURE coming up ? So can you please help & do you have any idea what is wrong ?I look forward to your reply RegardsVince
Bulb failure light is from one of the relays found attached to each light... if one of them sticks the dash light will go on even if all the lights work.... solution.. buy inexpensive relays on line and substitute until you find the faulty one.....
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has your car got the engine driven power boost system? or the electric pump teves system, you can tell which by looking under bonnet to see if you have a pump on the front of engine driven by cam drive chain idler gear or a valve and pressure bottle on the rear of n/s inner wing. the latter is the electric pump type and you can if working hear the pump run when you turn ignition on it runs for about 5-10 seconds, let me know which type and I will try and help.
this problem is almost certainly caused by a failed Anti lock hydraulic control unit, have the system tested to confirm this, the light being on indicates a failure of the system, a fault code will be in the memory of the ABS module for that fault.
Hi the Jaguar XJ6 works off a 12volt, negative earth.... Jauguar are a legend for electrical faults.... ok you need to do a voltage check/fault check on the system, remove the fuses from the associated problems, i.e the rear lights! place a volt metre over the contacts and there should be no voltage present! grab the wiring harness and move it side to side! if you see a rise in the volt metre then there is a short to the earth! this can be done through out the systen including switches.... i would personally check the earth contacts near he problem areas these corrode and you then get a short in the cicuit
Anti-lock braking / traction control
LH rear wheel speed sensor circuit fault
ABS/TCCM to wheel speed sensor signal circuit (FH33-21): open circuit,
short circuit to ground, short circuit to B+ voltage, high resistance
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P1000 is for check not complete after last memory clear , dont worry about it , just stick with C1175 , and most probably it is the sensor wire