Jaguar Repair Problems? Ask a Jaguar Repairs Expert.
Ok we may have a problem with the not in park switch on the shifter which can cause this. Remove the small torx screw at the top of the shifter then gently depress the manual release as you move the shifter into neutral. Make sure the N is lite up on the shifter and see if the engine will start.
A flat blade screwdriver sometimes will work but it is T30 torx
OK please check fuse #5 and #7 both 15 amp in the driver rear heelboard fuse box. This fuse box is under th carpet cover in between the rear seat cushion and floor. Make sure the fuses are not blown.
Ok this could be a problem with the body processor module or the module network malfunction. We can use an OBD II scan tool to see if we have any stored fault codes. Also please check the connection tot he body processor module which is under the passenger side dash behind the glove box. It is secured by one 10mm bolt.
This could very well be the problem as a problem with the ECM or ECM circuit can cause this. If you have a digital multmeter we can perform some electrical tests.
Ok just let me know.