2009 Jaguar XF brakes NHTSA complaints: Service Brakes, Electric

NHTSA — Service Brakes, Electric Problems


pretty bad
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
6,720 miles

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2009 Jaguar XF brakes problems

brakes problem

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2009 Jaguar XF Owner Comments

problem #2

Jun 152010


  • 1,200 miles


Rear brake issue. Took my 2009 Xf to the dealer for an oil change. I was informed that the rear brakes were gone and the tires needed to be replaced. I was informed by the dealer that the rear brakes are lucky to get 7500 miles. "it just the way it is". I had the brakes changed & took the car to a high performance alignment shop. 1st we found the dealer never aligned the tires "even though they were paid by jag to do so" next he discovered that the emergency brake never completely releases & that's why your burning out brakes. If you drive the car over 150 -200 at one time try placing you hand on the emergency brake. You'll receive 2nd degree burns from the heat transfer of the emergency brake dragging. When I told this to the dealer on my very first visit, I was told jag knew about this, but had no fix. My recommendation is stay away from jag.

- Simi Valley, CA, USA

problem #1

Feb 132010


  • 12,240 miles
The life of a Jaguar Xf 2009 discs are less than two years. We send it to the Jaguar service and they said the model that year didn't came with sensor that is why the disc gets damage. The problem is the customer doesn't know when the pads have to be change because it doesn't make the noise to tell you the pads and the disc are failing. In our case they change are pads and disc and in less than three month the disc are scratch and damage because of the pads. Very important we had to pay $800 they said that it is not in warranty. And the pads to and the car only ran 2,000 miles. The scary thing is you are driving and you don't know if the pads and disc are good or bad and it can occur an accident.

- Toa Alta, PR, USA

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