Mechanics

I HAVE THESE ERROR CODES FROM THE DEALER

2005 Jaguar S-Type

Computer problem
2005 Jaguar S-Type 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic 49000 miles

My airbag sign came on randomly and every-time it stayed on the seat belt sign with the chime went on saying the seat belt was unfastened when the seat belt was fastened. So I took to the dealer and they could not find anything because it was not on when I was there. But they diagnosed it and gave me a paper with all the error code that was on the car. I have already changed the fuse on my car for the seat belt and air bag but it did not helped.

Here is the air bag sign blink pattern whenever it does that:

4 1 5 5 1 5 1 5 1 stayput


here is the code that I got from the dealer:

X204 engine Control Module DTC - Summary V6

Permanent P0480 Cooling Fan 1 Control Circuit Malfunction

Permanent P1260 Security Input - Engine Disable

Permanent P1582 Flight Recorder Data is Stored

Permanent P1632 Generator Charge System Failure/Generator Load Feedback Circuit Failure

Historic P0172 System Too Rich (Bank 1)

Historic P0175 System Too Rich (Bank 2)

Historic P0300 Random Misfire Detected

Historic P0301 Cylinder #1 Misfire Detected

Now I want to know how much would I need to shell out of my pocket to get my car error free or are these error not that big of a deal and are those history errors something that has been already fixed but the data is stored and what about the permanent ones? I want to fix it but want to know how much would I be looking at when I go to the dealer.
Thank you.
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Somedude
April 20, 2010.



If the vehicle is running good with no problems.I would keep the record of these codes. Have the computer memory erased. And drive the vehicle as normal. If any of the same codes return repost for more assistance. You may have a faulty seatbelt sensor in the clip. Or a wiring fault for the sensor

Dave H
Apr 21, 2010.
I will be going to the dealer very soon I will ask them to erase everything and ask them to see the seat belt sensor. But what about the air bag sign.

Tiny
Somedude
Apr 21, 2010.
The air bag sign may be due to a bad wire/sensor on the seatbelt buckle. They are both part of the SRS (safety restraint system) and faults will display the airbag sign. Autozone or aamco will turn off the check engine light for you for free and read the codes free if it come's back on !

Dave H
Apr 22, 2010.
The dealer said it has to do with the seat belt buckle and wants to replace it but wants 4 digit amount for it do that. Do you know where can I buy the oem seat belt buckle for the driver side with all the sensors.

Tiny
Somedude
Jun 5, 2010.