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Had my first problem with the jag yesterday
My wife rings me and says the turtle icon and a red triangle with something like ok to drive at reduce performance Stability control error. But when driven the car made this clunking noise and shuddering in the rear. So she stopped to car in partly in a turn lane and put the hazard lights on waiting for me to check it.
On a stupid people note she say I'm getting people honking me... wtf the car is broken down with the hazards on... what do you expect.

I turn up and see the errors above.... Start the car and slowly move to a carpark 20m away... Hit about 3 kmh and clunk clunk like a geabox is falling apart.. Limp in at 1kmh off the road and call Jag support.
Still maintain my sense of humour, I said to my wife my friends said its not a real jag because it doesn't leak oil, but now I'll be able to say it is a real jag because its broken down!

Thinking its probably a towing fix but they still send out road service (NRMA) and the bloke plugs the computer in. No faults as the same time the errors are on the dash. I cannot check anything on the car so tow truck called.

Call a tow truck and I start thinking... Dynamic Stability Control -DSC .. maybe turn off DSC on the buttons... no change....
Also when I check the menu and find last error... Door open. what the... but the alarm is flashing on the dash

Going into fault finding thinking what could it be... DSC would control the brakes on the wheels... noise sound like it could be brakes being pulsed 2 times a second...
Anyway will need a tow...
30 mins go past...I'm turning the car on and off a few times as I have this weird problem I cannot get the OK button to work .. wait a minute no error now...
what to do drive and check but be away from the tow truck.... truck it I'll risk it.... drive away everything normal... what the tow truck!
oh well I'll risk driving it and cancel the tow truck... drove home no worries, so must not be a mechanical issue but intermittent issues are the worst to fix

bit of a worry as I don't know if its a software glitch or a sensor intermittent failure, dirty sensor.

Anyway will ring the jag dealer and take the car to them and see what they can see.
The learning I take from this is go away for an hour, pretend the issue isn't there get in the car and wait for the self healing or software Alzheimer to kick in.
 

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Had my first problem with the jag yesterday
My wife rings me and says the turtle icon and a red triangle with something like ok to drive at reduce performance Stability control error. But when driven the car made this clunking noise and shuddering in the rear. So she stopped to car in partly in a turn lane and put the hazard lights on waiting for me to check it.
On a stupid people note she say I'm getting people honking me... wtf the car is broken down with the hazards on... what do you expect.

I turn up and see the errors above.... Start the car and slowly move to a carpark 20m away... Hit about 3 kmh and clunk clunk like a geabox is falling apart.. Limp in at 1kmh off the road and call Jag support.
Still maintain my sense of humour, I said to my wife my friends said its not a real jag because it doesn't leak oil, but now I'll be able to say it is a real jag because its broken down!

Thinking its probably a towing fix but they still send out road service (NRMA) and the bloke plugs the computer in. No faults as the same time the errors are on the dash. I cannot check anything on the car so tow truck called.

Call a tow truck and I start thinking... Dynamic Stability Control -DSC .. maybe turn off DSC on the buttons... no change....
Also when I check the menu and find last error... Door open. what the... but the alarm is flashing on the dash

Going into fault finding thinking what could it be... DSC would control the brakes on the wheels... noise sound like it could be brakes being pulsed 2 times a second...
Anyway will need a tow...
30 mins go past...I'm turning the car on and off a few times as I have this weird problem I cannot get the OK button to work .. wait a minute no error now...
what to do drive and check but be away from the tow truck.... truck it I'll risk it.... drive away everything normal... what the tow truck!
oh well I'll risk driving it and cancel the tow truck... drove home no worries, so must not be a mechanical issue but intermittent issues are the worst to fix

bit of a worry as I don't know if its a software glitch or a sensor intermittent failure, dirty sensor.

Anyway will ring the jag dealer and take the car to them and see what they can see.
The learning I take from this is go away for an hour, pretend the issue isn't there get in the car and wait for the self healing or software Alzheimer to kick in.
Happened to me. Although initially I got the Traction Battery Fault error. Then the shuddering and car stopping happened. After turning off and on again, I get the turtle/reduced power icon. After turning off and waiting and turning it on. No faults. Drove it to the dealer to have fix. Dealer said they change the secondary battery to solve the problem.
 

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ok thanks will consider that too,
I've been driving the car and no sign of any problems after about 100km
Cannot get into the dealer for 3 weeks and the EV specialist is in COVID lockdown
 

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Had my first problem with the jag yesterday
My wife rings me and says the turtle icon and a red triangle with something like ok to drive at reduce performance Stability control error. But when driven the car made this clunking noise and shuddering in the rear. So she stopped to car in partly in a turn lane and put the hazard lights on waiting for me to check it.
On a stupid people note she say I'm getting people honking me... wtf the car is broken down with the hazards on... what do you expect.

I turn up and see the errors above.... Start the car and slowly move to a carpark 20m away... Hit about 3 kmh and clunk clunk like a geabox is falling apart.. Limp in at 1kmh off the road and call Jag support.
Still maintain my sense of humour, I said to my wife my friends said its not a real jag because it doesn't leak oil, but now I'll be able to say it is a real jag because its broken down!

Thinking its probably a towing fix but they still send out road service (NRMA) and the bloke plugs the computer in. No faults as the same time the errors are on the dash. I cannot check anything on the car so tow truck called.

Call a tow truck and I start thinking... Dynamic Stability Control -DSC .. maybe turn off DSC on the buttons... no change....
Also when I check the menu and find last error... Door open. what the... but the alarm is flashing on the dash

Going into fault finding thinking what could it be... DSC would control the brakes on the wheels... noise sound like it could be brakes being pulsed 2 times a second...
Anyway will need a tow...
30 mins go past...I'm turning the car on and off a few times as I have this weird problem I cannot get the OK button to work .. wait a minute no error now...
what to do drive and check but be away from the tow truck.... truck it I'll risk it.... drive away everything normal... what the tow truck!
oh well I'll risk driving it and cancel the tow truck... drove home no worries, so must not be a mechanical issue but intermittent issues are the worst to fix

bit of a worry as I don't know if its a software glitch or a sensor intermittent failure, dirty sensor.

Anyway will ring the jag dealer and take the car to them and see what they can see.
The learning I take from this is go away for an hour, pretend the issue isn't there get in the car and wait for the self healing or software Alzheimer to kick in.
You have an ancillary battery problem . Call the dealership immediately . Very dangerous if fails.
 

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Latest. Its a wiring harness fault according to the feedback from Jaguar.
4-8 weeks delivery for the parts and a 11 -24 hour job to disassemble the front chassis to install the harness and reassemble
The recommended not driving the car so not sure if I should for around town trips or not.
 

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I'm curious if you are in or out of the range of Vin numbers for faulty harnesses that are posted in the JLR bulletin. JLR is saying that vin's in this range are effected - , VINs F60094-F80069
 
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