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Answers to common Jaguar I-Pace questions

Q: Q: Car stalling when stopped
Answered by Jay
The codes all reference engine misfires. Continued misfires can cause the catalyst to fail and block the exhaust. The past diagnosis you had that the coils could be bad was correct. The coils (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/ignition-coil-replacement) and plugs should be replaced (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/spark-plugs-replacement)...
Q: Q: Car won't start at all
Answered by Jay
Hi. This vehicle has a history with these types of issues, like a failing battery and starter, with other owners. The system would need to be checked to see if the battery or starter are not the problems. By doing...
Q: Battery draining and charging - 2007 Jaguar XK
Answered by David
Yes, it is safe to attach a battery charger to the trunk power lugs. Just make sure nothing metallic can touch both lugs at once to avoid a short, and possible fire. You might consider attaching a "trickle-charger" to the...
Q: My vehicle stalls while driving at 50-60 mph after running 10-15 minutes. Restarts immediately on start up.
Answered by Marvin
Hi there. Check the ignition coils and see if they are getting hot. Also, check the spark plugs and wires and see when the last time they were replaced. Old spark plugs will rust up causing a resistance and a...

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