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I have a Jaguar X Type 2002 2.5V6 AWD I left the car unused for 4 weeks whilst away, on return the speedometer and cruise control do not work, also the ABS and engine management light are permantly on. any ideas to help fix the problems?

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Hello. This tends to be all to do with the ABS. Some models have a reluctor ring on each cv joint near the wheel which looks like a castle moulding, but on mine there is a magnetic strip in the wheel bearing and mine corroded which reduced the signal. This caused the abs light and engine management light to come on. Without abs you cannot use the cruise control. It's not an expensive job to replace the bearing or to replace the cv joint if you have the reluctor ring but beware the dealers will try and sell you a whole drive shaft and this is not needed.

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