Jaguar Repair Problems? Ask a Jaguar Repairs Expert.
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There's a good possibility that the fuel pump seized up with no gas in it.
Also, be sure that there is power going to the fuel pump. Check fuses and relay in the box.
Your description was a touch vague and confusing, talking about the turning over of the engine and talking about gas in the rail which can be 2 different problems, so now what we need to do is be certain that the battery has 2.6 volts in it after you load test it with a tester.
Check the cables at both ends for corrosion and tightness.
If all this is good, recheck the starter connections including grounds.
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Also, keep in mind that when cars sit that long, mice etc can nest in various places under the hood or carriage chewing through wiring etc.
I can't see your car from here or know how it's environment is around it, so just please understand this.
Okay, then it appears that your ignition switch is not sending out signals. This is NOT odd for vehicles left sitting for that long. It's either the ignition switch or you have unwanted guests chewing on your wiring. I see this a lot, so you need to inspect the complete wiring harness from under the hood to the rear of the car.
Hi, I'm just following up with you to see if you have any more questions.Thanks, Ron