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I have a a jag XF 2012 with a DSC not available sign on, abs fault and an EBD fault displayed on my dashboard. Please weong with the car?

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Get your vehicle checked by a Good mechanic as soon as possible!!!
EBD Translates as 'Electronic Brakeforce Distribution'. This means there is a problem with your brakes or the electronics controlling them. EBD is part of your Antilock Braking System.
It could be as simple as a faulty sensor or something more serious such as a failed brake caliper.

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speedometer get speed signal from ABS. ABS and DSC are two functionality in same ECU. 
You shall read faults from ABS/DSC ECU.
Most frequently, there are problems with speed sensors on wheels.
With ignition on, you shall measure voltage on both wires (- pole of voltmeter shall be connected on vehicle ground). You will see one sensor without voltage supply. This will sensor with problem. you can, for check, change sensors on same axle (left and right). 
Switch ignition off, and on. 
If voltage supply missing will go on another side (with faulty sensor), you will be sure that is problem is sensor.

Posted on Jul 23, 2008

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I have the same problem and solved it. Your car got a ABS Brake control unit that failure. What u have to do is have to change a new one.

Posted on Sep 07, 2008

SOURCE: jaguar x-type 2002 2.5L

most likely the ran it up on the lift and that triggers all these. you should be able to bring it any local garage and they should clear it. 

Posted on Sep 11, 2008

SOURCE: Hi, my car Jaguar S-type year 2000 shows abs

Could be your Rear ABS sensors , as that is the sensor that works for ABS and Traction control.

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SOURCE: my jaguar 2001 x type jag has a warning on

The DSC light stands for Dynamic Skid Control or in lawmen's terms Traction Control. If the light stays on you have a problem with this system. You will need to have it diagnosed by someone who has the tools and expertise to find the problem. More than likely you are going to have to take it to a Jaguar dealer.

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Has nothing to do with yor abs the juddering was probably you driving over something which triggered the fault.
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speedometer get speed signal from ABS. ABS and DSC are two functionality in same ECU. 
You shall read faults from ABS/DSC ECU.
Most frequently, there are problems with speed sensors on wheels.
With ignition on, you shall measure voltage on both wires (- pole of voltmeter shall be connected on vehicle ground). You will see one sensor without voltage supply. This will sensor with problem. you can, for check, change sensors on same axle (left and right). 
Switch ignition off, and on. 
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