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Default TSB 303-58 (Throttle Position Signal) harness connectors mismatch

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Here are some key points I extracted from the TSB:
Technical Bulletin 303-58,
On a customer complaint basis only, install new gold terminals into the TPS wiring harness.

Issue:
On some 1999-2001 XK and XJ vehicles within the above VIN ranges, with AJ-27 engines,
Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P0121 (Throttle Position Signal) may be present. A possible
cause is a mismatch of electrical connector terminal materials between the Throttle Position
Sensor (TPS) and the wiring harness electrical connector (gold terminals on the TPS and tin

terminals on the wiring harness).

Parts Information:
DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER QTY
Convoluted tube LST 6754AA 1

Gold terminated cable LNG 3956AA 4

Here is the TSB 303-58 attachment:

TSB 303-58.pdf

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I found this write-up on Piston Heads Forum. Apparently One of their forum members copied the TSB 303-S514 is pasted it into the thread.

Here is a summary of it:
Throttle closed position operation

A concern has been identified with the throttle operation on a number of vehicles in the above VIN range.

Under exceptional circumstances this concern could cause the engine to cut out, although the engine will continue to be driven by the road wheels through the transmission and drive the ancillaries, so there will be no loss of power steering, brakes, air conditioning, etc.

The engine should restart without difficulty once
the vehicle has come to a complete standstill.

Model: XK Series N/A vehicles
Model Year: 1997 to 1998
VIN Range: 001036 to 031302
Model: XK Series SC vehicles
Model Year: 1998.75 to 1999
VIN Range: 024695 to 042775
Model: V8 XJ Series N/A vehicles
Model Year: 1998
VIN Range: 812256 to 853935
Model: V8 XJ Series SC vehicles
Model Year: 1998 to 1999
VIN Range: 812256 to 878717



TSB S514.pdf

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Default TSB 206-07 Brake Pedal Switch

Hi
I found this TSB 206-07 on Brake Pedal Switch that motorcarman posted in "Yet Another Failsafe Engine Victim: thread.

Here is the weblink to view this TSB (go down to Page 4 for XJ models - Pages 1 thru 3 are for XK models):

https://www.jaguarforums.com/forum/a...-206-07am3-pdf

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Default ZF5HP24 Valve Body Replacement TSB 307-03

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Here is a TSB (307-03) that covers Transmission Valve Body Replacement on ZF5HP24.

ZF5hp24 valve body TSB 307-03.pdf

Replacing Valve Body - Replacement Procedure - Not in Workshop Manual.

bulletin outlines points to consider when removing and installing a valve body on the ZF5HP24.

This TSB mentions speed sensors a 3 times:

Remove the output speed sensor and oil filter prior to removing the valve body screws.

Ensure that both speed sensors are securely located by their retaining clips. Failure to check this can result in transmission default or substitute function after start up. (Code P0715 Input speed sensor, code P0721 Output speed sensor)

Reinstall the oil filter and tighten to 5-6 Nm and the output sensor and retainer (8 Nm).

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Default TSB 600-03 Part Load Breather S474

This TSB 600-03 covers Servicing the Part Load Breather - Service Action S474 Partial Blockage of Resistor.

TSB 600-03 S474 Part-Load Engine Breather.pdf

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Default TSB 413-04 Instrument Cluster Pack (module) Repair

forum member motorcarman posted this TSB on the Instrument Cluster Pack (module) Repair in 98-xjr-can-failure-codes-p-1638 forum thread post# 7.

Here is weblink to the TSB 413-04:

https://www.jaguarforums.com/forum/a...nts-pdfhttp://

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Default TSB 416-06 P1638 P1798 DTC Additional Information

TSB 416-06 Diagnostic Trouble Codes P1638 P1798 – Additional Information

Forum member motorcarman posted this TSB on the Instrument Cluster Pack (module) in 98-xjr-can-failure-codes-p-1638 forum thread post# 7.

Here is weblink to the TSB 416-06:

https://www.jaguarforums.com/forum/a...1638-p1798-pdf

P1638 CAN Link ECM/Major Instrument Pack Circuit/Network Malfunction

P1798 Major Instrument Pack Diagnostic Time-out

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Originally Posted by jimlombardi View Post
This TSB 600-03 covers Servicing the Part Load Breather - Service Action S474 Partial Blockage of Resistor.

Attachment 27731

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Thanks for all the info. Would you or anyone happen to know what the deal is with this warning?



I just realized yesterday that this sticker is actually hidden under the throttle body fresh air intake tube mounting bracket, not really visible until the bracket is removed. The bracket being on top of the throttle body held down with two torx screws.





In the past I have sprayed throttle body cleaner into the throttle body to clean the butterfly valve. What kind of damage could throttle body cleaner that is sensor friendly do? I can't imagine that it is that serious of a thing.
 
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Default TSB 303-11 Poor Heater

Here is TSB that forum member motorcarman provided in one of the no-heat threads:

https://www.jaguarforums.com/forum/a...oor-heater-pdf

Gives procedure on chemical flushing the heater system. Also how to take tempeture reading in varous locations of the heating system. It shows how to pinch-off the various cooling system hoses.

I thought this TSB would be a good one to add to the TSB thread.

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Default X100-16v3 CHANGE TO COOLANT SPECIFICATION PRECAUTIONS

This is X100-16V3. It is a Z Service Technical Bulletin.

The new coolant is known as Extended Life Coolant (XLC) or Long Life Engine Coolant andmay be recognizedby its distinctive orange color. 2000 Model Year vehicles also utilize the same coolant, from VIN00083 (XK8) and from VIN F00108 (V8 XJ Series).

Here is the PDF file:
X100-16v3 CHANGE TO COOLANT SPECIFICATION PRECAUTIONS.pdf


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TSB 303-14 Low coolant level - warning lamp illuminated: customer complaint of low coolant level warning light remaining on.

Low level sensor may stick in the down position.

Here is the TSB 303-14 PDF file:

303-14 Low Coolant Level Warning Lamp Illuminated.pdf

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TSB 303-48 Coolant Leakage Heater Hoses.

Illustration on page 2 shows the Heater Feed hose location and on page 3 shows the Heater Return hose location.

Here is the TSB303-48 PDF file:
303-48am Coolant Leakage Heater Hoses.pdf

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501-06 Damaged Cupholder Mechanism

Forum member motorcarman posted this TSB in this forum "armrest-cupholder-5506" thread.

501-06 Damaged Cupholder Mechanism.pdf

TSB describes how to remove/install Cupholder Mehanism - also provides a number of illustrations.

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Default TSB 211-06 Steering Rack Knocking Or Rattling

Here is TSB 211-06 Steering Rack Knocking Or Rattling - Revised Lower Steering Column/Rack Return Line – Repair Procedure PDF file:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/njtwx7lm09...tling.pdf?dl=0

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TSB 418-03 AM -- VCATS Compatibility (Control Modules)
Interchanging Between Vehicles

418-03AM VCATS Compatibility.pdf

Interesting reading -

"To cover the many variations in vehicle specification which are available in various markets, information is programmed into the Control Modules (CM) during vehicle manufacture which, in many cases, may be specific to a very limited number of vehicles within a single market.

For example, the Body Processor Module (BPM) of a coupe vehicle does not contain the control system for the power operated soft top of a convertible model.
Should a similar, but not identical, CM from one vehicle be installed in a second vehicle, this may result in various malfunctions in the second vehicle. Since the CM may then ‘learn’ information from the second vehicle, incorrect data would then be transferred back to the first vehicle when the CM is transferred back to its original location.
This is particularly applicable in the case of the Engine Control Module ECM)."

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Thanks very much for posting these bulletins! How timely! The memory function on my 2000VDP has changed and the seat will move to the wrong position when using the key fob. I will reset it using the bulletin posted. Thanks much for helping me and the Jag community.

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