Question about 2000 Jaguar S-Type
Use the key in the keyhole hidden under the boot chrome trim. Hope this helps - good luck.
Posted on May 31, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had same problem with my 2002 CLK430. Dead battery with car locked. You can't open doors with the mechanical key (inside remote key), as windows need power to slide down slightly to allow clearance, so you can't access the hood release. The answer is to insert the mechanical key in the key hole for the trunk (boot). It will only go in one way, with the slightly larger grip part down. I found it easiest to turn with a pair of flat nosed pliers. Turn counterclockwise to the left to to the 11 o'clock position. Then push the release in and the trunk will open. Battery is located in the right rear quarter under the flooring panel that also covers spare tire. Hook up charger or jumper cables and power will come back on, as will alarm. To disable, just push the unlock button on the remote key. You should be good to go from here!
Posted on May 18, 2009
SOURCE: flat battery
The battery is located under the rear bench seat cusion. there is a lead(posistive) in the engine compartment with a black plastic lid with a red plus sign on it. lift up the lid and attatch the positive lead to it. find a good ground like one of the metal eyelit brackets on the engine and connect the negative lead. the most important thing is not to cross the leads
Posted on May 26, 2009
The positive terminal on what?, on the battery it is marked with a big + and the one with the - goes down to the car bodywork
Why not get a buddy to connect a set of jump leads onto your battery which will give you enough power to open the boot ?
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
This case sounds like the car needs to be re-trained for the key fob. Unfortunately in most cases, the dealership needs to do this. However, you may want to look at your owner's manual to double check and make sure you can't somehow do it yourself? However, I'm not certain about that. The dealership is probably where you need to have it fixed. It's a fairly quick and easy operation.
I hope this helps and let me know if I can be of further assistance! :)
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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