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The Jaguar S-TYPE is an all-new, luxury sports sedan with a distinctive style, refined power, agile
handling, supple ride and luxurious comfort.
Powertrains are a V8 (AJ28) petrol engine, derived from the engines currently used in XJ and XK Series
vehicles, with a new five-speed automatic transmission or alternatively, a V6 (AJ-V6) petrol engine
coupled with either a five-speed automatic transmission or a five-speed manual transmission. The new
V6 engine and transmission units and the updated variations to the V8 engine are described in the
ÔJaguar S-TYPE Powertrain IntroductionÕ Technical Guide, which compliments this Guide.
As with current vehicles, variable rate steering control is fitted and all vehicles have ABS brakes with
traction control as standard. A new, optional feature with the Jaguar S-TYPE is Dynamic Stability Control
(DSC), yaw control, which assists the driver in maintaining directional control of the vehicle.
Unlike current vehicles, the hood is hinged at its rear with a safety catch provided at the front of the
hood. A tilt and slide sliding roof with a sunshade is an optional feature.
Both front seats have electrically operated 8-way adjustments as standard and memory equipment is
available as an option. To allow a greater load to be carried in the luggage compartment, the rear seats
can be folded forwards and are split in a 60/40 configuration.
Automatic climate control, with dual temperature control for the driver and front passenger, is a
standard feature on all vehicles. Another new item is reverse park control, a system giving the driver
audible warning of obstructions which could damage the vehicle during reversing.
A standard fit radio/cassette unit provides in-car entertainment with a CD autochanger also being
offered. Other options include a phone, navigation system, vehicle emergency monitoring system and
certain voice activated systems. Optional cruise control and audio switches are fitted to the steering
wheel. All vehicles have a trip computer system and a message center.
Security features are immobiliser and alarm. Optional features include intruder sensor and inclination
sensor. The 3 or 4 button key-ring transmitter has radio frequency operation with an encrypted rolling
code to help prevent theft of the vehicle.
Standard Corporate Protocol (SCP) is the only computer system highway for all the vehicle electronic
controls, CAN is not used.
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TECHNOLOGY/COMMUNICATIONS and ENTERTAINMENT
Trip computerXin all markets
Jaguar sound systemXin all markets
Premium sound (including CD)Oin USA; NAin Canada; Xfor V8, Ofor V6 in Mexico
CD playerAfor USA and Mexico; Xfor Canada
Portable cellular phoneOin USA; Ain Canada and Mexico
Factory fit phone
Voice activated controlOin USA; NAin Canada and Mexico
Jaguar assist (VEMS)Oin USA; NAin Canada and Mexico
Navigation systemOin USA, NAin Canada and Mexico
COMFORT/CONVENIENCE and SAFETY
Climate controlXin all markets
Locking system (key and remote)Xin all markets
Security system (immobiliser, Xin USA, Canada and Mexico (no intrusion sensing)
alarm incl. intrusion sensing)Xin Europe
Side airbagsXin all markets
Illuminated sunvisorsXin all markets
Memory pack Xin USA, Canada and Mexico for V8 only; Ofor V6
Ofor entry 3.0 litre in all other markets
Xfor all other models/markets
Headlamp levellingNAin USA, Canada, Mexico and Japan
Xin all other markets
Auto headlampsXin all markets (except Denmark, Norway and Sweden with
Daytime Running Lamps)
Daylight running lampsXin Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Canada
Front fog lampsXin USA, Canada and Mexico
Ofor 3.0 litre entry spec vehicles in UK, Ireland, Malta,
Xfor all other models/markets
Cruise controlNAin Japan
Ofor all entry level 3.0 litre
Xfor all other models/markets
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Security and Locking Systems
The following security and locking features are
available but vary by market or options:
¥ Key barrel on driverÕs side only
¥ Encrypted engine immobilization by ignition
¥ Radio frequency remote fob
¥ Central locking by key and remote fob
¥ Double locking (not in North America, Japan,
¥ Drive away door locking
¥ Mechanical child locks on rear doors
¥ Perimeter alarm of doors, bonnet, trunk
¥ Intrusion sensing, ultrasonically sensed (not
in North America, Japan, Taiwan)
¥ Inclination (tilt) sensing (Dealer fit accessory)
¥ Panic alarm, fob operated (certain markets)
¥ Trunk lock isolate (valet lockout, see page
107) - North America only
¥ Electro/mechanical steering column lock
The following convenience features are included
either as standard or optional features:
¥ Remote fob operated driverÕs seat, door
mirrors and steering column memory recall
¥ Remote fob operated trunk lid release
¥ Key operated global close (sliding roof and all
¥ Key and fob remote-operated global open
(sliding roof and all windows)
¥ Trunk lid and fuel flap interior release buttons
¥ Trunk release button in trunk plinth
¥ Emergency key lock barrel under trunk plinth.
The security system is controlled by a driver door
control module (DDCM). When activated
unauthorized entry in to the vehicle is detected by
the courtesy lamp switches. When the alarm is
triggered, the system flashes the turn signal lamps
and sounds the alarm system horns.
The passive anti-theft system (PATS) is a feature to
prevent the vehicle being driven away by an
unauthorized person. The PATS system consists of
electronically coded keys, a transceiver and is
controlled by the Instrument Pack. When the
ignition is switched to position ÔIIÕ, the transceiver
energises the ignition key to read its electroniccode that is transmitted back. If the read code
equals a stored code in the control module, the
steering column is unlocked and the powertrain
control module (PCM) will let the engine start.
Otherwise, starting of the engine is disabled
(through the starter disable relay and the PCM).
The security indicator LED provides the driver
with the status of the PATS or security system. If
the security system is armed the light will flash
when the ignition is switched OFF. The PATS light
will illuminate when the key is inserted into the
ignition lock and turned to position ÔIIÕ. It will stay
illuminated until the system has carried out its test
on the key. If the system detects a fault, it will
flash the LED for 1 minute, and then flash out the
corresponding 2 digit fault code.
Security System Operating Components
Key to illustration on the following page:
1. Four button transmitter (North America/Rest
of the World)
2. Three button transmitter (Europe/Japan)
3. Trunk release switch
4. Trunk compartment actuator
5. Intrusion sensor
6. Door actuator
7. Driver door control module
8. Data link connector
9. General electronic control module
10. PATS transceiver module
11. Hood switch
12. Security LED
14. Security horn
15. Security sounder
16. Intrusion sensor
17. Rear electronic control module
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Vehicle Locking and Unlocking
Door locks and handles
Only the driverÕs door has a key lock.
All doors and the luggage compartment can be
locked and unlocked using a key-ring transmitter.
Two black-headed keys (and one green-headed
key in the North American market) are supplied
with the vehicle. The key number is recorded on a
plastic tag which is attached to each key.
Each black-headed key will operate the ignition
switch and lock the doors, luggage compartment
and the glove box. The green-headed key is a valetkey which will not unlock a locked glove box or
locked trunk lid. The interior and exterior trunk
switches will not unlock the trunk lid when the
valet switch has been set.
An electronic device is fitted in the head of each
key which is programmed to the vehicle
electronics. When the key is placed in the ignition
switch the vehicle electronics recognize the
correct key and allow engine start. The engine
cannot be started with a key not programmed to
the vehicle electronic systems.
Up to eight keys can be used provided the Dealer
programs them all to the vehicle.
The security system is controlled remotely by a
radio frequency, battery-operated transmitter.
The transmitter is activated by pointing it towards
the vehicle and pressing one of the operating
Key-ring transmitters will not operate if a key is in
the ignition switch.
Two transmitters are supplied with the vehicle, but
up to four can be used provided they are all
programmed to the vehicle by the Dealer.
1.Locks/double-locks and arms the
2.Unlocks and disarms the vehicle.
3.Releases luggage compartment lock.
4.Sounds the Panic alarm (when fitted). KEY-RING TRANSMITTERS
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112To Lock the Vehicle and Set Alarm
Press the lock button on the key-ring transmitter,
or put the key in the driverÕs door lock, turn the
key towards the rear of the vehicle and release.
The direction indicators will flash once, the
security light on the top of the fascia will start
flashing and, after twenty seconds, the alarm will
To Unlock the Vehicle and Disarm the Alarm
Press the unlock button on the key-ring
transmitter, or put the key in the driverÕs door
lock, turn the key towards the front of the vehicle
This unlocks all doors (and luggage compartment)
and turns on the interior lamps for twenty
seconds. The exterior direction indicators give
two flashes as unlocking takes place.
When using global closing, ensure that all
occupants are kept clear of the windows and
sliding roof aperture.
Using the key in the driverÕs door, lock the vehicle
and hold in this position to close all the windows
(and sliding roof, if fitted).
Press and hold the key-ring transmitter unlock
button, or use the key to unlock the vehicle and
hold in this position to open all the windows (and
sliding roof, if fitted).
Internal Door Locking and Unlocking
To centrally lock all doors, press the lever on the
driverÕs or front passengerÕs door.
To lock a rear door, press the lock lever.
INTERNAL DOOR LOCKTo unlock any door, pull the release handle or the
lever. The driverÕs or front passengerÕs door lock
lever will unlock all doors.
The door handles cannot be used to either
unlock or open the doors if the vehicle has
been double-locked. Therefore, double-
locking should not be used when persons
are inside the vehicle as they will not be able
to vacate, or be released, from the vehicle if
an emergency arises.
Note:It will not be possible to double-lock the
vehicle if any door is open.
When the vehicle is double-locked the doors
cannot be opened, either from inside or outside
the vehicle. Breaking a window will not allow a
thief access by opening a door. Only the correct
key or key-ring transmitter can be used to unlock
With all doors closed, to double-lock the vehicle,
place the key in the driverÕs door lock, turn the
key towards the front of the vehicle and then
towards the rear within three seconds.
Alternatively, press the lock button on the key-ring
transmitter twice within three seconds.
The exterior direction indicators will flash, once as
locking takes place and a longer, second flash as
double-locking takes place.
Drive-Away Door Locking
With the ignition ON, key at position ÔIIÕ, and all
doors closed, moving the automatic transmission
gear selector lever from ÔPÕ or ÔNÕ will lock all
For manual transmission vehicles, with the ignition
ON and all doors closed, releasing the handbrake
will lock all doors. Also, if the handbrake is OFF
and a key is turned in the ignition switch to
position ÔIIÕ, all doors will lock.
If a door is opened during a journey, the doors will
automatically lock again when the vehicle starts to
All vehicles have the drive-away door locking
feature installed during manufacture. This feature
can be disabled, or reinstated, by a Jaguar Dealer,
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To open the luggage compartment:
press the luggage compartment lid release switch
(A) on the fascia switchpack or,
press the luggage compartment button (B) on the
key-ring transmitter, or,
with the vehicle unlocked, press the release button
(D) on the compartment lid.
Note:An ignition key can be used to open the
luggage compartment lid release lock (C), (turn
clockwise to release), but opening with the key
when the vehicle is armed will cause the alarm to
Use a transmitter, or place the key in the ignition
and turn to position ÔIIÕ, to turn the alarm off if it
sounds as a result of opening with a key.
If the vehicle alarm system is armed and the
luggage compartment is opened using the key-ring
transmitter the alarm will not sound. The system
will be rearmed when the lid is closed, provided
the vehicle has not been disarmed.
Neither the luggage compartment lid release
switch on the fascia switchpack nor the lid release
button will operate when the vehicle is armed.
Four tie-down loops, to enable luggage or heavy
goods to be secured, are provided in the luggage
compartment. Glove Compartment
The glove compartment can be locked with an
To open the glove compartment, lift the handle
and allow the lid to drop down. The compartment
will be illuminated when open.
Note:If the compartment is left open the lamp
will extinguish 40 minutes after the ignition has
been set to position Ô0Õ.LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT ÔOPENINGÕ
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Alarms and Audible Signals
Note:In certain markets, legislation prohibits the
use of audible confirmation signals. In such cases,
the sound source has been removed from the
An audible signal will sound when a door is
opened using a key if the vehicle has been armed
(Europe only). This mode can be cancelled within
15 seconds of opening the door, by disarming the
security system using the key-ring transmitter or
by switching the ignition to position ÔIIÕ.
The direction indicators will flash five times
whenever one of the following conditions is
¥ If any door is open when an attempt to ÔarmÕ
the security system is made.
¥ The luggage compartment or the bonnet is
not properly closed when an attempt to ÔarmÕ
the security system is made.
¥ If there is an electrical failure within the
intrusion sensing system, if fitted, and an
attempt to ÔdisarmÕ the security system is
Once armed, any of the following circumstances
will create a full alarm state and sound the horns
and flash the direction indicators:
¥ Opening a door, luggage compartment lid
(except with transmitter) or bonnet.
¥ Movement in the passenger area (if intrusion
sensors are fitted).
¥ Using a key in the ignition switch which is not
programmed to the vehicle.
¥ If the driverÕs door is opened with a key
(European markets only) after a 15 second
¥ If the inclination sensor (if fitted) is activated.
Intrusion Sensing (when fitted)
A further enhancement to the security system is
the addition of intrusion sensing. When the
vehicle is armed and double-locked, movement
within the vehicle interior will activate the alarm.
When the security system is disarmed the
intrusion sensors are also disarmed.
Panic Alarm (when fitted)
When in or near the vehicle, the alarm can be set
off to deter a possible offender. For this feature to
operate, the key must not be in the ignition
Pressing the panic button on the key-ring
transmitter will activate the ÔPanic AlarmÕ.
The Panic Alarm will sound for the normal full
alarm period. The alarm is stopped by putting the
key into the ignition switch and turning to position
The key-ring transmitter can be used to cancel the
Panic Alarm by pressing either the panic button or
the unlock button.
Inclination (tilt) Sensing Protection (Dealer
This feature protects against unauthorized towing
away or jacking up. When the vehicle is double-
locked and armed, any tilting of the vehicle, such
as jacking or lifting, will activate the alarm.
Note:If the vehicle is being transported by road,
rail or sea, the vehicle should not be double-
locked. This prevents the inclination system from
being armed and sounding the alarm as the
vehicle pitches and rolls.
When the security system is disarmed the
inclination sensor is also disarmed.
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115 Battery Reconnection
If the battery is disconnected, the alarm system
will re-arm as the battery is re-connected.
Ensure that a key-ring transmitter or key is
available to disarm the alarm system when
reconnecting the battery.
Battery Back-up Sounder
In certain markets a separate, self-contained,
battery back-up sounder is fitted. This device will
sound the full alarm if the vehicle alarm is
activated or if the vehicle battery or the sounder
is disconnected when the security system is