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  1. Thanks for your replies Peter and Bill. I would have thought draining the tank would have been one of first jobs the garage would have done. Speaking to the service manager last night, he conceded that could be the problem. This is after mentioning this fact on delivering the car to them. Six working days in the workshop, I am trying very hard not to say a naughty word. Regards Ray
  2. Hello to you all, This is the first time I have joined an owners club so be patient. Right, I will commence . Just before Christmas I had filled my XF up late at night ready to drive 80 odd miles on the morrow.It is an ASDA card only service station around a mile away from home. The next morning my motor cut out just a few hundred yards down the road. Now I have been a member of the AA for yonks and the last time I used their services was in 1973 so not a young sprog. The AA bloke uses his computer and shakes his head. Nothing showing up ,and I manage to get the car back home. Local Jag dealers could not have a look see as it was Christmas eve. Went in to repair shop on 2nd Jan. They have been doing bits and pieces etc, taking the car on test drives but the fault is still happening.Lots of shaking heads.It is now 5 working days the car has been in dock and still they can't find out what the problem is. Has anyone out there ever filled their tank with dodgy fuel?