Question about 2003 Jaguar S-Type
Put the key in the "on" position
Posted on Feb 01, 2019
Turn the key on and hold the brake.
Posted on Feb 01, 2019
Turn they key on then try.
Posted on Jan 31, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Towing a Jaguar
Your car is a AWD.. I don't recomend Dually truck to tow it. With a dually 2 tires will stay on the road. and you have no choice to desengage the AWD. system.
Bucause you will damage the Transfercase. and made the transsmission. work dry.
The best way is a Flat bed.
Is just my suggestion.
Thank you for use fixya..
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
Okay, thanks everyone....I guess we will either be using a car trailer or taking a different vehicle to Arizona...
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
SOURCE: 2003 s-type jaguar
WOW very funy, At work today, got a call from my brother inlaw and father drive a 2003 S-type. and it is stuck in park. So while waiting on a tow truck they call me and my google search brought me here. So I told them to rock the car back and forth and have someone try to move the shifter... and it WORKED, LMAO,, thanks
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
This is a sensor fault. The easiest way to locate wich sensor is faulty is to get up close to the sensors when the car is in reverse gear (engine off) with the ignition on and put your thumb nail on the sensor face as this will amplify the ticking noise that can be heard from the sensors. No tick indicates a sensor fault.
To disconnect the system will just give you the same problem with the constant tone unless you disconnect the park aid module wich is located in the boot of the vehicle on the left hand side behind the carpet trim. Beware that the handbrake module is there so ensure that you are looking at the right module (it will say on it)
Sensors are not expensive unless you need to have them painted to body coulor as they come in black. Easy push in/out fitment from the behind the bumper. Corner sensors can be replaced with the bumper in situ but centre sensors require the bumper to be removed.
Hope that helps
Posted on Mar 06, 2010
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