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As explained previously,I have a 1996 Daimler Century V12,the auto transmition failure light goes off intermittently and the engine goes into limp mode,this occurs at any time whether accellerating or cruising.I can
As explained previously,I have a 1996 Daimler Century V12,the automatic transmition failure light goes off intermittently and the engine goes into limp mode,this occurs at any speed/accellerating or cruising.I can overcome by stopping the car, switching off the engine and restarting,but would dearly love to rectify the fault - I would appreciate any advice please
No physical work undertaken and no access to diagnostics
I have already taken the car to a jaguar trained mechanic who implied the wiring to sensors within the gearbox "may" be faulty and suggested renewing the cable loom encased within,these are no longer manufactured and then suggested a new gearbox with an inherent new loom !!, I have, personally checked the fluid levels and quality ensured the exposed wiring is intact. Thanks, Graham
Thanks for the opportunity to comment further, whilst I acknowledged your service as good I must confess to being disappointed in having spent £33 only to be advised eventually I had best take the car to an "auto trans specialist" to diagnose the problem.I could, I feel ,have saved myself £33.00 and taken this course of action in the 1st instance!!