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Position 0 is ignition off. Position 2 is ignition on, no engine running, i.e. without pushing the brake pedal, push the start button, to turn the ignition on, to position 2. Push again to turn it off. Keep your foot away from the brake pedal.
You guys are amazing is it time sensitive because for my infiniti to reset the idle it’s timed does this have any timing or just kind of go with the flow?
 

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Could be the brake switch not working, do you see the brakelights on when you push the pedal?
The mechanics unfortunately just replaced them to see if that was the case they said it’s just not getting power to the starter the start button works because it turns on the radio and everything just doesn’t want to crank all fuses and relays checked
 

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Erm..... Have you had the DTCs scanned? If there's issues the first thing to do is scan all modules for errors. And not just a generic ODB scanner, a Jaguar specific diagnostic scanner will be required.
 

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No, an independent Jaguar specialist garage would have the necessary tools. Or a decent garage with a professional all car makes diagnostic machine. The reason I'm saying all modules will need to be scanned for error codes is there could well be an issue with the security handshake between the dash cluster and the engine ECU, the gearbox ECU could also be holding a prohibit start etc. You need to understand what codes are present, if any, to move forwards with the troubleshooting. You could buy an iCarSoft LR V2 which will automatically scan all the modules. Around $260. Other scanners are available.

iCarsoft LR V2.0 for LandRover/Jaguar
 
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No, an independent Jaguar specialist garage would have the necessary tools. Or a decent garage with a professional all car makes diagnostic machine. The reason I'm saying all modules will need to be scanned for error codes is there could well be an issue with the security handshake between the dash cluster and the engine ECU, the gearbox ECU could also be holding a prohibit start etc. You need to understand what codes are present, if any, to move forwards with the troubleshooting. You could buy an iCarSoft LR V2 which will automatically scan all the modules. Around $260. Other scanners are available.

iCarsoft LR V2.0 for LandRover/Jaguar
Like I said man you’re amazing I’ll see how soon I can get the diagnostic tool and after that I’ll definitely tell you what happens
 

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The V2.0 tool can do an automatic scan of all modules (there's lots!). In the results you then enter each one in turn to see which faults have been reported. It can't program a new or used module though, but can clear codes. Before you clear codes, make a note (or save) the reported ones. Often, historic codes are stored, which can be confusing, so once noted, clear all then see what (if any) return.
 
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Hi Rhizz,
are you good with Laptops, Software and OBD adapters? A laptop +Jaguar SDD software (free) + OBD adapter would be comfortable solution.

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So you have Jaguar SDD running on a laptop with win10? What kind of OBD adapter do you use? If you need help to set up a laptop with SDD, let me know.

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OK. There is a possible setup with VM + Windows10 on a MAC. But I wouldn't recommend that for programming issues. Would be ok for checking DTCs.
The iCarSoft is a nice and handy tool. I only use it (iCarSoft CR Pro) for simple checks like DPF situation or check for DTCs if I have a warning on the dash. If it helps you solving your current issue, everything should be ok. Laptop Win10+SDD is a more complex setup but it's the more flexible solution.
Suitable solution -> Used Dell Latitude 14" i5 7th Gen. 256GB 8GB Win10 licensed (~250 EUR in Germany) + Mangoose OBD adapter (chinese clone device; ~40 EUR)
But you will need some skills to solve the ocx+dll registration problems that will occur during the installation. And fix the Edge vs IE issue.

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The V2.0 tool can do an automatic scan of all modules (there's lots!). In the results you then enter each one in turn to see which faults have been reported. It can't program a new or used module though, but can clear codes. Before you clear codes, make a note (or save) the reported ones. Often, historic codes are stored, which can be confusing, so once noted, clear all then see what (if any) return.
Hey I recently purchased the computer and I was wondering if you knew what the starter disable code could be?
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