Me too. No noise at all the 3 times a week I touch the brake pedal...
New nit to pick however...charged kitty last night and now after driving it to work, the app can't seem to find my car. It knows it is down to 94% and has adjusted the range, but it still thinks the car is in my garage and didn't create a journey for my drive to work. Amazing.
Mine also does this. Most of the time slightly adjusting the seat forward or backward helps. I'm considering taking it to the dealer to see if they can do something about it.I would "like" to add a quirk/dislike to this list My 2019 HSE, when you would exit the driver seat, the plastic area where the seat belt mechanism is, on the side of the seat bottom....would creak and crack.
My 2020 does the same, but when driving on curvy roads, the same area does a click/clack/creak with left and right turns :-O Minor, but I cannot "unhear" or "unfeel" it now!
Luckily, it is silent on flat roads, straightaways, accelerations and braking. Whew!!
Anyone else have this on their 19 or 20?
I wonder if it’s LED brand dependent, garage door opener dependent or a combination of both. As a result of the heated windshield, I still can’t use the automated car wash pass anywhere on the car. I don’t know if that kind of windshield impacts the opener issue, although in my case it doesn’t.
PLEASE let me know if you take your I-Pace to the dealer for the driver seat clicking/clacking. Unless I think or know they can do something, I avoid the dealer as much as possible.Mine also does this. Most of the time slightly adjusting the seat forward or backward helps. I'm considering taking it to the dealer to see if they can do something about it.
I also get the passenger seatbelt rattling but I can live with it.
And the brakes also make strange noises, glad that I don't use them much.
And the fans on the peak of summer are sometimes unbearable.
**** I'm not sure why I like the car so much.
Gary, thanks, but that didn’t work either. I don’t think these are RFID passes, but rather simple barcode stickers that are read from an overhead scanner at the car wash. There seems to be no place on the windshield (or roof for that matter) that work.
I'm still wondering if something is wrong with mine, since I rarely hear the fans and it's been in the 80's and 90's for over 2 months. i think the only time I hear the fans is when I plug it in to charge and then only briefly.The fans are UNBEARABLE even with just 80F. I started my car yesterday in the garage. Garage thermometer showed 75F and car thermometer showed 72F. The fans came on right away, full speed. You can hear them 5 houses away. Seriously, what was Jaguar thinking?
I have never preconditioned at home, since the car is always in the garage. If I am parked at work, or out to lunch or running errands, many times I will activate Remote Climate from the app and I will also hit the precondition now button when parking and running into a store.I was reading another post of yours and thinking the same thing. It's strange. You may have gotten lucky by getting two cars with the same bad sensor or some such thing. You're not preconditioning all the time are you?