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Jaguar XE

This bulletin applies to 2020 Jaguar F-PACE, XE and XF vehicles equipped with a diesel engine. PATHFINDER may not display the application “Diesel particulate filter replacement.” The cause: The vehicle is not being correctly identified as being equipped with a DPF. As a result, the relevant application is not being displayed.

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Jag Times Out

This bulletin applies to 2020 Jaguar XF, F-Pace, I-Pace and XE models. When the EPB (emergency park brake) is applied, it may not release. The EPB applied light is not on. The ABS, DSC (dynamic stability control) and brake warning lights are on. The “Autonomous Emergency Braking not available” message is displayed.

Jaguar False Code

This bulletin applies to 2016 Jaguar XF, and 2017 XE and F-Pace vehicles. The MIL may be illuminated, with DTC P025C-11 stored in the PCM. This may be caused by a PCM software issue leading to the false setting of DTC P025C-11.

Jaguar Sensor Oops

This bulletin applies to 2020 Jaguar E-Pace, F-Pace, XE and XF models. The AJ20 D4 engine harness P3 sensor connection may mis-match with a replacement P3 sensor on the engine.

Jaguar Error Message

This bulletin applies to 2018 Jaguar E-Pace, F-Pace, F-Type, I-Pace, XE, XF and XJ models. When attempting to update or replace the Infotainment Master Control Module (IMC) or the Infotainment Slave Control Module (ISC) using Pathfinder v225, it may be noticed that the application aborts, with a displayed error message stating:

Jag Instrument Panel Recall

This bulletin applies to 2016 Jaguar XJ, 2017 F-Pace, XF and XJ, 2018 F-Pace, XE and XF models, built from September 2016 to August 2017.

Wax on/Wax Off

This bulletin applies to 2016 Jaguar F-Pace, F-Type, XE, XF and XJ models equipped with EPAS steering racks. Apparently, some EPAS steering racks have been replaced needlessly due to misinterpretation of the factory wax coating as a lubricant leak.

Diesel Jaguar Leak

Jaguar issued a recall for certain 2017 XE vehicles equipped with a 2.0L diesel engine.

Leaky Jag

Jaguar Land Rover North America has recalled certain 2018 XE, XF, E-Pace, F_Pace and F-Type vehicles equipped with a 2.0L gas engine. The fuel rail end caps may leak, possibly resulting in fuel vapor or liquid fuel leaking into the engine bay.