Jaguar Repair Problems? Ask a Jaguar Repairs Expert.
Sounds like we may have a problem with the driver door module behind the panel in the door or possibly a wire harness issue as sometimes the wiring will break in the harness loom going from the door to the body. Remove that door panel and remove the screws securing the module. Disconnect it and make sure all the connections are clean and secure. Leave it disconnected to reset the module. With it disconnected go to the blue connector and make sure we have battery voltage present on pin 1 brown/red and ground on pin 17 black wire. We should check this with a digital multimeter but we can use light to make sure current is present.
Make sure these modules have the same part number and programming suffix. This is located on the white VCATS label in the trunk. You are looking for the numbers to match in the DDM on the white label. It could be security but if we just look at the power mirror functions this is solely done using the switch which is wired to the module which controls the driver mirror. Definitely check power and ground to the module and please leave it disconnected. In some cases disconnect it over night if possible and please confirm battery voltage and ground is present. If we do not have voltage or ground at those wires we can jump power or ground to see if the functions start to work.
Ok sounds good. Let me know.
Ok disconnect both driver and passenger door modules and the BPM. The BPM is located behind the glove box. The connector is facing down and you will need to losen the 10mm bolt to disconnect it.
It would but when strange electrical faults occur like this I always recommend disconnecting the modules as well.
As long as the engine is starting then we really do not need to worry about that code. Usually that is caused by the reader coil around the ignition lock cylinder but it would cause the engine not to crank.
Ok lets put your original door module in the good vehicle to see if it works.
That is strange since we had already performed the reset. MAybe there was a poor connection with the door module as well.