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I suggest having a mechanical gauge installed to verify the true oil pressure.

Jaguar Cars &... | Answered on Sep 13, 2018


Hi i have problem ford galaxy 2.0tdci 2008
P1719

2004 Jaguar... | Answered on Sep 10, 2018


Hi. Your rear brakes have two systems (service and Parking brakes). Sorry but there are a few causes for this failure. A Parking brake shoe may have separated from its backing plate. A spring (Part of the hardware kit) may have failed, Parking Brake was used and didn't release due to human error or seized component. If the Parking Brakes are ok then the failure is within the service brakes. Pads could be frozen to the mounting bracket, Pins or caliper could be seized, a damaged brake line or hose or the mater could be defective. Sorry but diagnostics will be needed to find the source. Any question please write. Good Luck.

Jaguar Cars &... | Answered on Sep 09, 2018


it sounds like the duel mass flywheel has gone bad unless there is something fouling ie .exhaust so get the exhaust etc first cos a new flywheel/clutch is a EXPENSIVE JOB! GOOD LUCK

Jaguar Cars &... | Answered on Sep 02, 2018


try the brake pedal switch first common prob. you should be able to hear a click from the gear lever when the brake pedal is applied to disengage the park lock solenoid if not its more than likeley the pedal switch or second choice the release solenoid on the jgate/gear lever

Jaguar Cars &... | Answered on Sep 02, 2018


P0037 is defined as "Oxygen Sensor Heater Control Circuit Low (Bank 1 Sensor 2) in OBD II fault code. Codes are generally same regardless of make or model.
Sensor 2 typically refers to the sensor that is located after the catalytic converter(s).
Some causes of this fault code are:
  • Burnt wiring - wires from sensor that are runs too close to hot exhaust components
  • Internal Short circuits
  • Bad connections caused by road debris

Jaguar Cars &... | Answered on Sep 01, 2018


Bank One and Bank Two are usually a standard layout. Look at the engine and stand with the belts and pulleys nearest to you. You will probably be standing in front of the vehicle looking towards the rear of the car. Bank One is the Left side of the engine. Bank Two is the Right side of the engine. Cylinder One will be the cylinder on the Left (Bank One), and nearest to you. Please use the attached image for reference. The front of the engine is also the front of the vehicle.

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Jaguar Cars &... | Answered on Aug 28, 2018


You will need an error code to determine the exact fault. Is the transmission due for a service? It may simply need new fluid, filter and adjusting. Possible issue - ECM needs upgrading, solenoid pack needs replacing. Take it into a workshop that knows what they're doing. This site may also be of help -
Transmission fault Jaguar Forums Jaguar Enthusiasts Forum

Jaguar Cars &... | Answered on Aug 28, 2018


YOU DONT HAVE TO REMOVE THE ENGINE.YOU HAVE TO REMOVE NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE TURN OFF RADIO FIRST TO KEEP FROM LOSING CODE.YOU HAVE TO REMOVE THE ACCESSORY DRIVE BELT.REMOVE THE VALVE COVER.REMOVE THE TIMING CHAIN COVER.REMOVE THE SPARK PLUGS.REMOVE CRANKSHAFT POSITION SENSOR PULSE WHEEL.YOU WILL NEED A 2004 CHILTON EUROPEAN SERVICE MANUAL TO SEE BOTH TIMING CHAINS LINKS MARK LOCATION.THIS IS A IMPOSSIBLE TASK WITH A REPAIR MANUAL.. BUT YOU DONT HAVE TO REMOVE THE ENGINE.

2002 Jaguar... | Answered on Aug 27, 2018

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