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I have a 94 Jaguar xj6. the transmission light is on. it shifts hard in maybe 1st and 2nd gear. I've changed the transmission ecu, transmission relay, and fuses that have to do with the gearbox.

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I have mazda 323 fl and have problem in transmition while i put the shifter from p or n to r i confronting to the shock. I chang my ecu & gearbox but i have the problem yet please hellp me

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Change the xmission fluid and filter. If that doesnt fix it, it could be the solenids, the soleniod pack, what evey they call it on a Jag.

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NOT SURE ABOUT A JAG BUT ALL OTHERS I WORK ON JUST DISCONECT THE BATTERY FOR A FULL MINUTE AND THAT RESETS THE COMPUTER

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Sounds more like TPS (Throttle position switch) or wiring fault from it. Gearbox ecu is not getting accurate data from throttle. Is the engine starting ok and steady rev build?

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SOURCE: where is fuse 2 on 94 jaguar xj6?

it is on the right side of the car near the front door speaker

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SOURCE: jaguar xj6 won't start

Timing out ,check it on no1 cylinder at TDC then check distributor position ,the arm is pointing at no1 plug lead

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The only thing that will cause a cruise control fault is a loose vacuum hose ussually on the breather hose coming from the valve cover in front to the throttle body. As for the remainder, shut off the car and restart to get you home and avoid the limp home mode. That in itself is an electronic fault in the ground system. Check you coils or replace them with a new set of plugs (autolite double platinum recommendes.) Clean any grounds you may have and then start you engine. You will notice there is no problem then. Run a diagnostic tool to see if there is any fault with grounded sensors like the O2 to keep that from happening again. Don't get the tranny replaced cause thats all the dealership wants to do and charge you $5k. Its not the actual cause. Good luck and let us know if there is anything else we can do here at fixya.

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About all the average person can do with automatics is check the fluid, and possibly drop the pan and change filters. sometimes that helps with slipping or balky transmissions, but not always.
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