Question about 2004 Jaguar X-Type
I assume you have cleared all the fault codes (eg. P0150 - P0167) and the Jaguar generic code (eg: P1000)?
Often the problem is that you know you have fitted the part - but the car's computers don't know and so they have to be 'told'.
Clearing the DTC codes is relatively easy with a decent Code Reader (EOBD CAN) but the Jaguar Generic code is sometimes not so easy as there is a road test sequence that often has to be performed before the 'Engine Light' (MIT) goes out permenantly.
A local MOT Garage often has a Code Reader gadjet and charges around a modest £30 to sort it.
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
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