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Jaguar X-Type ECM Codes

I had to call out the AA (Automobile Association) for some road-side
assistance today.

Driving along I had the ABS light come on, and then the ECM warning
light a minute or so later. The AA man plugged his analysis computer in
and got the following codes:

P1111+ Fuel and Air Metering
C1175 Unspecified manufacturer code.
C1175+ Unspecified manufacturer code.

A bit of history:

A couple of weeks ago I hit a massive pot-hole. I took the car straight
into Jaguar for a service and inspection. They needed to adjust the
tracking, and change a wheel which had been buckled.

I've only had it back a short time, and only in the last day or so had
the chance to really drive it and see if I can feel any problems.

I'm guessing the 1175 faults relate to some sort of wheel speed
measurement, as this code seems to be searchable on Google, but I have
found it in any posts directly related to the X-Type.

So does anyone know of a list of ECM codes for the X-Type?



 
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-26-05, 09:01 PM
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Re: Jaguar X-Type ECM Codes

In <1135641143.757084.181110@g49g2000cwa.googlegroups.com>, srmoll@gmail.com writes:
>I had to call out the AA (Automobile Association) for some road-side
>assistance today.
>
>Driving along I had the ABS light come on, and then the ECM warning
>light a minute or so later. The AA man plugged his analysis computer in
>and got the following codes:
>
>P1111+ Fuel and Air Metering
>C1175 Unspecified manufacturer code.
>C1175+ Unspecified manufacturer code.
>
>A bit of history:
>
>A couple of weeks ago I hit a massive pot-hole. I took the car straight
>into Jaguar for a service and inspection. They needed to adjust the
>tracking, and change a wheel which had been buckled.
>
>I've only had it back a short time, and only in the last day or so had
>the chance to really drive it and see if I can feel any problems.
>
>I'm guessing the 1175 faults relate to some sort of wheel speed
>measurement, as this code seems to be searchable on Google, but I have
>found it in any posts directly related to the X-Type.
>
>So does anyone know of a list of ECM codes for the X-Type?
>


It is a LH Rear Wheel speed sensor fault in the anti-lock braking system.

1. Open circuit.
2. Short to B+ V. (No explanation to what this means)
3. Short circuit to ground.

The code is the same for model 2002 and 2004, you did not say what year.

Hope this helps,


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David
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Stephen
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Re: Jaguar X-Type ECM Codes


davidb@nomorespam.net wrote:
> In <1135641143.757084.181110@g49g2000cwa.googlegroups.com>, srmoll@gmail.com writes:
> >I had to call out the AA (Automobile Association) for some road-side
> >assistance today.
> >
> >Driving along I had the ABS light come on, and then the ECM warning
> >light a minute or so later. The AA man plugged his analysis computer in
> >and got the following codes:
> >
> >P1111+ Fuel and Air Metering
> >C1175 Unspecified manufacturer code.
> >C1175+ Unspecified manufacturer code.
> >
> >A bit of history:
> >
> >A couple of weeks ago I hit a massive pot-hole. I took the car straight
> >into Jaguar for a service and inspection. They needed to adjust the
> >tracking, and change a wheel which had been buckled.
> >
> >I've only had it back a short time, and only in the last day or so had
> >the chance to really drive it and see if I can feel any problems.
> >
> >I'm guessing the 1175 faults relate to some sort of wheel speed
> >measurement, as this code seems to be searchable on Google, but I have
> >found it in any posts directly related to the X-Type.
> >
> >So does anyone know of a list of ECM codes for the X-Type?
> >

>
> It is a LH Rear Wheel speed sensor fault in the anti-lock braking system.
>
> 1. Open circuit.
> 2. Short to B+ V. (No explanation to what this means)
> 3. Short circuit to ground.
>
> The code is the same for model 2002 and 2004, you did not say what year.
>
> Hope this helps,
>
>
> --
> Best Regards,
>
> David
> C.M. Con******ts, Inc

Yes, sorry...

2001 X-Type 2.5 Sport

It has ABS, but doesn't have traction or stability control.

 
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davidb@nomorespam.net
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Re: Jaguar X-Type ECM Codes

In <1135676715.388120.145850@o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com>, "Stephen" <srmoll@gmail.com> writes:
>
>davidb@nomorespam.net wrote:
>> In <1135641143.757084.181110@g49g2000cwa.googlegroups.com>, srmoll@gmail.com writes:
>> >I had to call out the AA (Automobile Association) for some road-side
>> >assistance today.
>> >
>> >Driving along I had the ABS light come on, and then the ECM warning
>> >light a minute or so later. The AA man plugged his analysis computer in
>> >and got the following codes:
>> >
>> >P1111+ Fuel and Air Metering
>> >C1175 Unspecified manufacturer code.
>> >C1175+ Unspecified manufacturer code.
>> >
>> >A bit of history:
>> >
>> >A couple of weeks ago I hit a massive pot-hole. I took the car straight
>> >into Jaguar for a service and inspection. They needed to adjust the
>> >tracking, and change a wheel which had been buckled.
>> >
>> >I've only had it back a short time, and only in the last day or so had
>> >the chance to really drive it and see if I can feel any problems.
>> >
>> >I'm guessing the 1175 faults relate to some sort of wheel speed
>> >measurement, as this code seems to be searchable on Google, but I have
>> >found it in any posts directly related to the X-Type.
>> >
>> >So does anyone know of a list of ECM codes for the X-Type?
>> >

>>
>> It is a LH Rear Wheel speed sensor fault in the anti-lock braking system.
>>
>> 1. Open circuit.
>> 2. Short to B+ V. (No explanation to what this means)
>> 3. Short circuit to ground.
>>
>> The code is the same for model 2002 and 2004, you did not say what year.
>>
>> Hope this helps,
>>
>>
>> --
>> Best Regards,
>>
>> David
>> C.M. Con******ts, Inc

>Yes, sorry...
>
>2001 X-Type 2.5 Sport
>
>It has ABS, but doesn't have traction or stability control.
>


The earliest year model listed is 2001.5 (whatever that means) but uses the chart for 2002. Looking more closely the code refers to both the anti-lock brakeing system and the dynamic stability control so if you don't have the dynamic stability it must be related to the ABS.

This info is from a JTIS CD purchased from eBay. I purchased it for an S-Type but it contains info on all models from 2002 onwards.

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Best Regards,

David
C.M. Con******ts, Inc

 
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