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fuel pump failed, car did not start, no dummy engine light to help!
- 2000 jaguar s-type,
Collegeville, PA, US
My problem of the fuel system started in 2006 November and continue to this date (26 April 2011). I have spend over $6000 to this date and even now the problem still have not been settle for the fuel system problem came back and the dealership is charger me over $1200 and they still do not know what is causing the problem.
Presently the Jaguar dealership belief the problem maybe the Fuel Control Module is causing the problem.
- Robert M.,
Huntsville, AL, US