Jaguar Repair Problems? Ask a Jaguar Repairs Expert.
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We may have a transmission problem like the valve body / TCM or torque converter. This can cause hothouse those issues or it may not even be transmission related as a failure with the electronic throttle system can be the cause. Since the warning is on there will be fault codes stored in the TCM. A Jag factory tool will be needed to do this but we can try using a generic OBD II scan tool available at your local parts store. This tool will only be able to communicate with the ECM but we may be able to retrieve the fault codes. Let me know.
It could be related or we may have another engine sensor fault or vacuum leak. We may have lean or misfire faults.