Question about Jaguar Cars & Trucks
You need to get your vehicle to a good mechanic as this could be almost anything! One of the cylinders isn't firing correctly. This could be a fuel, an air or a spark issue. It will need further investigation. It also suggests there might be a problem with one of the O2 sensors on the exhaust system. I was unable to find a listing for P1317.
P0306 = Cylinder 6 - misfire detected.
P1000 = OBD Systems Readiness Test Not Complete.
P1314 = Misfire Rate Catalyst Damage Fault - Bank 2.
P1316 = Misfire Rate Exceeds Emissions.
P1317 = (no code found).
P1647 = Linear O2 Sensor Control Chip (Bank 2).
Posted on Jan 23, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Looks like you have acommunication problem with the computer, it is going in to safe mode. Check all computer connections before you go to jaguar.
I have attached a picture of the error code.
hope this helps
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
Code P1347 can be set for either a short to ground, short
to power, high resistance or open circuit on Oxygen Sensor for bank 2,
(HO2S21). Bank 2 is on your right when standing at the front of the
engine facing the crank, and this sensor is the first in line; before
Code p1111 - Intake Air temperature (IAI) intermittent high voltage-low temperature condition.
1. Open circuit to IAI-Check connector
2. Failed IAI
3. Open Circuit Condition
Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
You might check this site out for Jag codes. Oxygen sensors can be a sticky job, they're screwed into exhaust and can literally weld themselves in place. Plus in most cases you need special wrench/socket to get around the sensor. (they can be a real pain)
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
SOURCE: 2003 x type engine light
Please email me what items has been change / swapped in last 30 days.
Did you get a tune up lately.
Is the Jag able to start up in on crank?
All sign is pointing to a miss-alignment or failing crank position sensor.
Check the CPS on the engine (near transmission housing) for loose mounting and bad / corroded connection.
All these miss firing can be sign of loose wire or WET ignition wire in the morning.
p0300 p0301 p0302 p0306
Inspect all plugs and wirings to rule out connection problem.
Wipe dry all wires and connectors before road test the car.
Use IR non-contact tester to inspect the temperature before and after the catalytic.
The exit temperature should be 5-20F higher then the entry inlet on both banks.
Please keep me up to date on the fix via email.
Posted on Jan 25, 2011
SOURCE: p1316, p1317, 1318
P1316 ACURA Spark Plug Voltage Detection Circuit Malfunction (Front Bank 2)
P1317 ACURA Spark Plug Voltage Detection Circuit Malfunction (Rear Bank 1)
P1318 ACURA Spark Plug Voltage Detection Module Reset Circuit Malfunction (Front Bank 2)
http://engine-codes.com/ just for future references
Posted on Sep 20, 2012
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Hello.I presume you mean P2296 which will be the fuel pressure regulator 2 Control Circuit High
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