If your battery is older, it may be leaking acid... which goes right down to the negative connection wire.... if that eats throught then you have no circuit.... happened to my car. Go take a look at your battery cables.... also, check the battery fluid levels... even though you hear it is a maint. free battery - sometimes you still have to add water now and then!
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I am not familiar with the machanics of this car, but just one click is either a starter or a starter solenoid. As this may be a Ford derivative, solenoid is probably remote, between the battery and the starter. Remote type, usually mounted on inside fenser wall, have large gauge wire from battery to one side and a large gauge wire from the other, with small wire(s) for starting cicuit - check connections for small wires first with cleaning and reattaching. Solenoid itself can go bad, can test by jumping across from large post to large post (CAREFULLY); if car starts, then solenoid is bad.
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 ?
When I went outside to start my Jaguar X-Type it was cold outside. I was in a hurry and didn't let the car warm up properly. It jumped a bit then the check engine light came on along with a message that said No cruise control. The no cruise light came off but my check engine light is still on. Any suggestions as to what it may be?
this is a old model and it should have a cold start valve or it should have a coolant temp sensor, replace the colant temp sensor which is usualy located on the thermostat housing or on the intake manifold and this will sove the clod start problema!!