Jaguar S-type owners have reported 3 problems related to battery (under the electrical system category).
2003 s type Jaguar. Consumer states problem with electrical system, transmission slipping, drive shaft, and rear-end differential
the consumer stated the vehicle was serviced 12 more times after he received a recall notice regarding the transmission and the problems were never corrected. Also, the windshield wipers did not work properly. The dealer replaced the wiper blades. The battery had to be jumped twice, the radiator and heater valve hoses were leaking and had to be replaced. The head lights fogged up and the bulb had to be replaced, the driver's seat rocked back and forth, the exterior driver's side mirror was not working due to a sticking switch.
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I purchased a Jaguar S-type from chase auto group,inc. . I paid 13,000 in cash and the 3,000 by check. . The dealer sold me a lemon car because he hyped the car and told me that nothing was wrong with the car and low and behold their where electrical problems with the car. The car dash board lights did not work and the radio's light stayed on all the time, and it drained the battery the cd player did not work because their was not a cd player in the car and when I returned the car to be fixed he told me that he would add the cd player and fix the car and all of the necessary things that needed to be done to the car. I went back to check on my car, because he had not called me and he had sold my car to somebody else. I told him that I wanted my money back and he refused to reimburse me for my money and told me that he could give me two cars to make up for my lost. I want all of my money back that this company owes me.
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2003 s type would not start, turn signal stuck, trunk light inoperable. Rain sensors are inoperable. ***** the dealer replaced the battery, turn signal and trunk switch. The rain sensor was inoperable. The engine malfunction warning light illuminated. During diagnostic the technician found engine misfire codes. The engine was repaired per bulletin s303-21. The emergency brake failed. The emergency brake control module was rerouted per the recall. Right hand indicator failed. The abs and brake warning lights illuminated as well as the parking brake warning light.