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Tom G

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    Tom
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    XF
  • Year of Jaguar
    2020
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    Nottinghamshire

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  1. At least you have a plan, and a reputable dealer
  2. RESETTING YOUR TIRE PRESSURE LIGHT There are a few different ways to reset the TPMS sensor that you can try before heading in for a service appointment at your local authorized service center. Test these methods out below! Drive at or above 50 mph to reset the sensor for 10 minutes. This can cause your sensor to reset the next time you turn on the car. Start with the vehicle off, then turn the key to the “On” position without starting the engine. Locate the tire pressure monitor reset button beneath the steering wheel. Hold the TPMS reset button until the tire pressure light blinks 3 times, then release. Inflate all tires to 3 PSI over the recommended amount, then deflate them completely. Once they’re all deflated, reinflate to the recommended tire pressure. If you are using a spare tire, it may have a sensor as well so be sure to do the same with that one. Turn the vehicle off and disconnect the positive battery cable with a wrench. Turn the car on and honk the horn for about three seconds. This will discharge any power still stored in the vehicle. Then reconnect the battery. this is from the hand book I would also check they have put the correct tyre pressure in vehicle info tyre pressure it tells you actual and recommended mine is 3psi down and no warning lights so best get them pumped up 😂
  3. If you can get apple play it’s definitely worth it. Don’t know when Jaguar started updating cars with it.
  4. All i can do with mine is start the car in the winter from the house, lock and unlock, check fuel, and adblue. and previous destinations. i am told the tracker is a separate system as if they pull the sim card it's all useless.
  5. Yes I can’t see the dealerships passing on there best cars, I had an Audi A6 from the car shop couldn’t find one as good at a dealership and it was 3k cheaper than the Audi dealer. But like you said I didn’t get that dealer guarantee just a standard warranty they have to give but ultimately as it still had dealer warranty if you have a problem they tell you to go direct. If you get an older car the dealership normally gives good warranty.
  6. Tom G

    New car

    Thanks appreciate the information
  7. I got my last car from the Car people now the Car shop at Sheffield. I can honestly say that it was a great deal. But the car still had one years dealer warranty so it wasn’t a risk. but I had no issues anyway and would certainly buy from them again. Also they are part of sytner group and have main Jaguar dealerships
  8. Tom G

    New car

    I got my last car from the Car people now the Car shop at Sheffield. I can honestly say that it was a great deal. But the car still had one years dealer warranty so it wasn’t a risk. but I had no issues anyway and would certainly buy from them again. Also they are part of sytner group.
  9. Tom G

    New car

    @Trooper2142 is that an issue with the ingenium engine i have just purchased a XF Checkered Flag addition 2020 model, and it now has the Ingenium , I have done 6K since november so will expect to hit well over the 80k mark before i'm done so would be worth me keeping an eye out if its this engine.
  10. 100% if you are doing lots of miles. it makes it a lot easier to clean, and i have stone chips that haven't made it through the coating that i can polish out with no paint damage. it's not a miracle formulare as they advertise but i'm certainly happy with it. unfortunately with my car being black it only stays clean for about 30 seconds.
  11. Tom G

    Cam belt

    I had an independent do the timing belt on my Audi six months before I traded it in for the Jag and the cost was £450. So looking at the pricing from Jaguar on the list Big John posted they look fairly reasonable.
  12. Thanks it’s still under warranty so I will get them to look at it.
  13. Hi I was just cleaning the car today and noticed there is a fair bit of movement side to side and up and down on this. Is this just a plastic cover or should this be tight? Thanks Tom
  14. Joined as a paying member little over a month ago and have already saved £45 at Halfords. With the 15% off. more than wort supporting this community. At the very reasonable joining fee I have saved enough for 3 years membership now 😀.

    just wanted to thank the guys and girls behind the scenes making this such a good community and club with great savings to be had.

     

    Thanks 

     

    Tom

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