20 Most Recent 2009 Jaguar XF Questions & Answers

Maybe your keyfob needs a new battery as well

2009 Jaguar XF | Answered on Mar 06, 2019

gas tank door will not openon 2009 xf

2009 Jaguar XF | Answered on Jan 05, 2019

Is it built into the O/S/F lamp unit?

2009 Jaguar XF | Answered on Nov 01, 2018

TAKE IT BACK the strutts have failed it should work all the time

2009 Jaguar XF | Answered on Nov 26, 2017

1) Carefully remove the plastic silver sleeves on each side of the remote.
2) Carefully open the remote to expose the battery -- try to keep the circuit board and valet release pin from falling out.
3) Replace battery -- plus (+) side down
4) Before closing body of remote, take note of valet key release pin & spring. Be sure the spring and pin are in the correct position (see pic).
5) Carefully close body of remote.
6) Before attaching sleeves to remote body, be sure the notched end of the sleeve is aligned with the valet key.
7) Carefully slide silver sleeves onto each side
8) Test




2009 Jaguar XF | Answered on Oct 07, 2015

it is under the bonnet near the bulkhead, on the n/s or r/h as you look from the front, it has 4 quick release pipes on it and is secured in a holder with a clamping screw, may have a foam cover over it to enhance the underbonnet look, when you have replaced it DO NOT START THE ENGINE UNTIL YOU HAVE CYCLED THE IGNITION ON/OFF FOR AT LEAST 8 TIMES ALLOWING 5 SECS EACH CYCLE BETWEEN TO BLEED THE SYSTEM,

2009 Jaguar XF | Answered on Sep 15, 2015

do they what ?

2009 Jaguar XF | Answered on Sep 08, 2015

Check in this link the procedure and the tools request: carpartswholesale.com/diy_center.php?part=Brake+Pad+Set

Hope helps and good luck.

2009 Jaguar XF | Answered on Sep 07, 2015

fuses and relays are under the back seat

2009 Jaguar XF | Answered on May 25, 2015

How to Use Your Jaguar Smart Key System This seems like an answer for your problem.

2009 Jaguar XF | Answered on Jan 15, 2015

Hello, unfortunately you will have to have it checked by the experts as there could be quite a few possibilities for the cause. The only one simple fix that comes to mind is that the screen earth wire is no longer contacting firmly. But that is a 30% chance. Even then you would have to loosen quite a few items to check for that.If you are confident enough to try it, then do so, otherwise.. leave it to the knowing.
Have a good day.

2009 Jaguar XF | Answered on Sep 09, 2014

if the touch screen is blank it is normally caused by problem with the d2b fibre optic network or no wake up signal being received by the module or one of the other modules on the network, try a battery reset ie remove the neg battery lead and leave off for 5 or 10 mins reconnect and retest, if that fails you need to take it to someone with the correct test equipment to check out the system, hope this helps, i worked on these cars since launch and recently retired, not easy to repair without the correct knowledge and test gear, depending on age it may need some modules reprogramming to correct this.

2009 Jaguar XF | Answered on Jul 31, 2014

They should reset themselves or "go off" by themselves. Its possible you have instead a short or broken wire that was giving you a false indication in the first place

2009 Jaguar XF | Answered on May 28, 2014

AFTER replacing the worn out pads, you have to take it to a Jag dealer to have the ECU faults reset.

2009 Jaguar XF | Answered on May 28, 2014

Was this the smell of burnt fuel or raw gasoline? If this started after it began getting cold outside this can indicate a problem with the EVAP system in the car. This may or may not cause a check engine light.

This site reported a 2010 model of your car having this same symptom.
They found the injector seals to be leaking.
supercharged 510hp 5.0L V8 6-speed shiftable automatic RWD
Mar 2010 4340 0 injector seal leak causing "gas" smell in cabin - replaced injector and new seal kits on other injectors

That can be a very serious issue with the potential to cause a fire. I would have it checked by a professional mechanic and specify your concern on the injector seals being checked.

2009 Jaguar XF | Answered on May 21, 2014

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