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ENGINE ERROR "RESTRICTED PERFORMANCE"

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Driving halfway this warning came out and I can feel the car performance has been reduced tremendously.

 

Anyone had this problem before?

 

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Restart car and error was gone. But gonna bring down and get it check anyway.

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Yes. Got it checked and problem zeroed in.. one of the turbocharger pipe bursted.

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Yes. Got it checked and problem zeroed in.. one of the turbocharger pipe bursted.

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Good to hear you got your problem nailed. Pipe burst is probably one of the lesser evils.

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Anyone has experience doing self diagnostic using iCarsoft i930 Multi System Diagnostic Tool?   I have a year 2011 XF 3.0A showing "Gear Box" faults on the dashboard a few times already over the past couple of weeks. Went to a couple of workshops specialising in Jags. One of them, without even doing any inspection, just said it will cost $6K to $7K to fix the problem. Another quoted $6K. 

I googled a bit and learn that sometimes it is caused by some loose connection or a simple faulty sensor which should not cost more than $200 if we know how to use a diagnostic tool to pin point the exact fault.  

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2 hours ago, 5692 said:

Anyone has experience doing self diagnostic using iCarsoft i930 Multi System Diagnostic Tool?   I have a year 2011 XF 3.0A showing "Gear Box" faults on the dashboard a few times already over the past couple of weeks. Went to a couple of workshops specialising in Jags. One of them, without even doing any inspection, just said it will cost $6K to $7K to fix the problem. Another quoted $6K. 

I googled a bit and learn that sometimes it is caused by some loose connection or a simple faulty sensor which should not cost more than $200 if we know how to use a diagnostic tool to pin point the exact fault.  

Workshop that understands Jag would be able to 1st troubleshoot from their plugged-in OBD2 diagnostic tool. I would avoid workshops that would throw a quote to you without identifying the problem first. 

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Yes, you are right. 

If you know of any workshop that will honestly discuss with you the results of diagnostic test, please kindly recommend to me.  

Thanks in advance

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If your car is under warranty, bring in to Wearnes. If it is out of warranty, you can try Autobolt.

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