Some 2002 MY X-TYPE vehicles with automatic transmissions may experience customer complaints of being unable to select a transmission range, or the message ‘GEARBOX FAULT’ flashing on the message center (or the powertrain malfunction lamp [MIL] illuminating) causing the vehicle to run in limp-home mode.
This TSB is
Continue reading “Download: Jaguar X-Type Technical Service Bulletin XT307-01: Difficulty Selecting Transmission Ranges – GEARBOX FAULT Message – Reset J-Gate.”
The automatic transmissions on specific 2002 MY X-TYPE vehicles within the above VIN range have the potential to contain a manufacturing flaw in the reverse clutch pack that may lead to transmission slippage and ultimately, if the corrective action detailed in this bulletin is not completed, transmission failure.
Continue reading “Download: Jaguar X-Type Technical Service Bulletin XT307-S926: Degradation Of Shift Quality – Reprogram TCM – Service Action S926.”
On some 2003 MY S-TYPE vehicles within the above VIN range, the transmission warning lamp my illuminate when selecting reverse gear. Harsh shifts may also occur.
When interrogated with the Worldwide Diagnostic System (WDS) the only Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) logged in the Transmission Control Module (TCM) is P0736 (reverse gear
Continue reading “Download: Jaguar S-Type Technical Service Bulletin S307-09: Harsh Shifts – Transmission MIL Illuminated With Reverse Selected – DTC P0736 Stored.”
Jaguar XK series available in both coupe and convertible, as a replacement of the Jaguar XJS. This grand tourer was first introduced in 1996 in Geneva Motor Show. Jaguar XK series also known as XK8 and XKR, during its selling there are various engine fitted in its engine bay which are 4.0 L AJ26/27 V8, 4.0 L AJ26S SC V8, 4.2 L AJ34 V8 and
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Although you can find many exploded diagrams of Jaguar E Types in this pdf document, this document is not a service manual. It only a showcase of the E type lineup, which consists of Series I coupe, Series I Roadster and Series III 2+2.
Pictures (exploded diagram) inside: Subframes, Bumpers, Bonnet, Body Chrome, Body, Dashboard, Door
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Taken from the pdf material: After replacing the selector lever cable or repairing a fault concerning range selection, such as DTC P0706 – Transmission Range Sensor Circuit, Range/Performance, the selector lever cable needs to be adjusted according to the procedure in this bulletin.
The cable is adjusted by moving the locknuts that
Continue reading “Download: Jaguar XK8 Technical Service Bulletin S307-01: Selector Lever Cable – Adjustment Procedure – Not In Workshop Manual.”
This bulletin provides a procedure to install an e-clip on the pivot bolt to increase the clearance of the pivot of the interlock lever.
This manual is available FREE at European Transmissions website, we merely collect the information, we are neither affiliated with the author(s), the website and Jaguar brand nor responsible for its
Continue reading “Download: Jaguar S-Type Technical Service Bulletin S307-02: Stuck Ignition Key – Modify J-Gate Interlock Lever – Service Action S114.”
This TSB is applicable to MODEL 1995 MY Jaguar Sedan Range with Vehicle Identification Number: 720001 -ON.
The climate control system on 1995 MY Sedan Range vehicles can display Diagnostic Trouble Codes at the control panel. While the DTCs are not as detailed or complete as those read by PDU, they may be of assistance when a PDU is
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Some 2000 MY S-TYPE vehicles may experience a MIL illumination with diagnostic trouble code (DTC) P0741 stored in the PCM. This condition is most likely to result from the omission of an oil seal on the transmission stator shaft during assembly of the unit.
Omission of the seal allows fluid to by-pass the intended circuit. This
Continue reading “Download: Jaguar S-Type Technical Service Bulletin S307-03: DTC P0741 – Torque Converter Clutch Does Not Lock Up – Missing O-ring.”
Some vehicles with AJ6 or AJ16 engines may exhibit engine noise immediately after a cold or hot start. This noise has been identified as relaxation of the upper (secondary) timing chain tensioner resulting in temporary chain slack.
A non-return valve in the tensioner is designed to trap pressurized engine oil to maintain tension on
Continue reading “Download: Jaguar Technical Service Bulletin: Rattle After Start – Upper Timing Chain – Install Revised Tensioner.”
Some owners of 2000-02 MY S-TYPE vehicles may experience difficult range selection, or an inability to start the vehicle.
These conditions can be caused by the following:
The inner transmission selector lever cable movement is restricted/stiff.
The outer transmission selector lever cable appears to be moving within the crimped
Continue reading “Download: Jaguar S-Type Technical Service Bulletin S307-06: Difficulty Selecting Range – Stiff Or Restricted Movement – Revised Selector Lever Cable.”
Customers of some 2000-01 MY S-TYPE vehicles may complain about harsh shifts or shifts that take too long to complete. To improve harsh gear change, and the general performance of the automatic transmission, the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) should be re-programmed using the latest release (JTP759/14 or later) of the Worldwide Diagnostic
Continue reading “Download: Jaguar S-Type Technical Service Bulletin S307-07: Harsh/Slow Shifts – 3.0 L V6 Vehicles – Reprogram PCM.”