Just been reading and searching the entire forum and google, trying to figure out the following:
2004 Jaguar X-Type Sport Edition 3.0 V6 Gas 5 Speed Manual 80,000 Miles.
These lights are on:
These are the codes I get using Engineering Self Test
- DSC (Traction Control)
- Check Engine
- Brake light
- AirBag light (Not worried about this waiting on an airbag module)
(Press and hold the stalk trip cycle button whilst turning the ignition from position 0 to position II, until'TEST' or 'ENGINEERING TEST MODE’ is displayed on the Message Centre display. The stalk trip cycle button must be released within three seconds of 'ENGINEERING TEST MODE’ being displayed or the instrument cluster will exit Self- Diagnostic mode.)
Speedometer does not work at all, stays at 0 does not move.
Odometer does not display miles only (-----) dashes.
- DTC 9359
- DTC A879
- DTC A627
- DTC D900
- DTC 5922
- DTC 5924
- DTC 9318
Codes I get using AutoZone OBD2
Story behind this, I got this car from auction with light front damage (thus airbag light still on working on module replacement). When I first got the car it had ALL the symptoms described above PLUS it did NOT start. I charged the battery and found out that my climate control and radio did not work either. So after some digging figured out that inertia switch was tripped so I reset it and at ONCE it started up and everything worked PERFECT. No lights were showing except for airbag, odometer displayed mileage and no check engine light/abs/dsc/hand break, it was perfect and i was very happy.
However after having the car repaired (front damage bumper, hood, headlight, basic stuff) the first described sympthoms returned check engine light/abs/dsc/hand break light/Odometer not working/speedometer not working.
However the car starts and runs fine I am able to drive it.
***Things I have tried***
- Checked all fuses - OK
- Checked exciter rings in the back axes, they are rusted not too much and secure.
- Replaced battery with new one
- Replaced a bad front left wheel bearing (correct one with magnetic strip facing the engine)
- Checked positive and negative cables from battery to starter no damage.
- Checked voltage of battery before starting 12v after starting 14.7v
I suspect that there must be some kind of wiring issue (short, ground) since all of this went away then came right back after repair.
Any help and ideas would be really appreciated.
I have downloaded and used many resources from this website and I have all the manuals, just need the know-how and some expertise to figure this out.
Thank you all.