Question about 2002 Jaguar X-Type
C1145 is a Right Front wheel speed sensor fault
C1175 is a Left rear wheel speed sensor fault.
P1000 System OBD check not complete since last memorie clear which mostlikely means that the car has not completed the drive cycle to set all monitors for the engine emissions. ( it may just need to be driven a more.
As for the wheel speed sensors if you have replaced them the ABS codes need to be cleared. the engine code reader and clearing tool will not do it. A scanner with ABS capabilities is needed. On some cars if you disconnect the battery and wait 3 mins then re connect the battery, that will clear all codes. then the car needs to be driven to set all monitors for engine emissions.
If you have already cleared the codes. and you have repete same codes for the ABS, you would need to look the wireing over for possible wire rubs that are causing the faults. or the ABS computer itself is at fault.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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