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I am having the same issue as you are with the oil level critically low warning coming on after a start up straight after a journey. Did you find a fix for your problem

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I am yet to solve this, I have purchased a "Oil Pressure & Temperature Sensor - JDE40662 - Genuine" from rimmerbros.com I will be fitting this in the next few days to see if it resolves the problem. its located just below the oil filter housing.
as the error only shows when the engine is up to temperature and restarted, my guess is the oil thins and the sensor may be reading incorrectly. The error disappears when raising the revs by 50rpm above idle.
 

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Really interested in your issue ere0839 - I have what sound like exactly the same error on my RR Evoque with 2.0L Ingenium Diesel engine - "critically low engine oil level" warning on hot restart despite plenty of oil in sump; error message clears on raising revs, no other symptoms. Dealer has not been able to diagnose problem - sounds like the oil pressure & temperature sensor could well be the cause so I will be keen to know if replacement solves it. Keep us posted!
 

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I'm pleased to give you all an update and let you know the issue is now resolved. I did replace the oil pressure switch but this didn't fix it, the resolution was to replace the "piston oil cooling jet solenoid" The car was showing fault P25A9-00 after changing the the oil pressure switch. The job of replacing the "piston oil cooling jet solenoid" was a big job as it is located on the side of the engine block and behind the thermostat housing.

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The part was located in the hole with oil residue round it (centre of pic)
 

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Funny you updated this today, I received this whilst out tonight, it occurred twice, once on the start/stop in traffic and then once after popping in to a shop. Will look to get this sorted. Thanks for the pics!
 

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I’m having the same issue with my 2016 2.0d XE since yesterday. Oil level critical during startup when hot , error disappears shortly after starting. Dipstick shows there’s plenty of oil so I got the car read out:
DTC P25A9 as well. The car will be checked by an authorized dealer tomorrow as they told me not to drive anymore. Hope the issue is gone after changing the solenoid.
 

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I’m having the same issue with my 2016 2.0d XE since yesterday. Oil level critical during startup when hot , error disappears shortly after starting. Dipstick shows there’s plenty of oil so I got the car read out:
DTC P25A9 as well. The car will be checked by an authorized dealer tomorrow as they told me not to drive anymore. Hope the issue is gone after changing the solenoid.
Did you manage to solve the problem after replacing the solenoid? I am having the same issue lately.
 

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Been browsing the forum for a few years now I own a 65 plate XF (x260) 2.0L diesel (180ps) this forum has been very helpful as the XE and XF have a lot of bits in common. Anyway yesterday after a 1 hour drive I had "oil level critically low" warning show on the dash. This only came up when i restarted the engine after the drive. Immediately checked the oil and its on the max mark. I let the engine cool for an hour and checked the oil again, showed on the max mark. I started the engine and no message, so thought it was just a glitch. I went for a short drive and on returning, turned the engine off and left it for a few minutes. I then restarted the engine and "Oil level Critically low" showed again but on blipping the throttle the message disappeared. So this morning on a cold start there was no message and I drove to work. once I got to work I cycled the engine off an on and the message returned.

Has anyone else experienced this, its really bugging me as it only when the engine is warm and the oil is max on the dipstick
This has happened to me and then the engine light came on I took it to the garage they told me that the car had a DPF issue and that it has a exhaust gas recirculation problem and it’s too expensive to fix and to trade it in I am devastated it’s still on finance
Any advice please
 

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If by "trading it in" the garage is offering to buy the XE and sell you another car, I think they are trying it on. If it's "too expensive to fix" why is the garage wanting to buy it? I suspect they intend to fix it (without too much expense) and then sell it on for a profit.
I would get a second opinion from another garage. If you can locate one, it would be best to take it to an independent Jaguar specialist (not a JLR dealership).
 
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I'm in agreement with Chris on this. It's a ruse and the garage is trying it on. Other members have experienced similar issues on diesel XE's, but I don't recall them being "too expensive to fix". If I may add, if you only do short journeys, petrol is more suitable than modern diesel due to DPF issues.
 
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This has happened to me and then the engine light came on I took it to the garage they told me that the car had a DPF issue and that it has a exhaust gas recirculation problem and it’s too expensive to fix and to trade it in I am devastated it’s still on finance
Any advice please
I agree with Chris. Supposing your car is an early XE, that means it's a 2015, so not that old! Even in an average condition it's still of some value. Who in their right mind would tell you it's too expensive to repair then offer to take it in as a part-ex? Apart from a con man that is. Can you give some details of your car? If you can get your car to a respectable garage they will be able to plug in a diagnostic tool and give you some fault codes. Once you have those codes, you can come back here and do a search or ask the forum again!
 
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I agree with Chris. Supposing your car is an early XE, that means it's a 2015, so not that old! Even in an average condition it's still of some value. Who in their right mind would tell you it's too expensive to repair then offer to take it in as a part-ex? Apart from a con man that is. Can you give some details of your car? If you can get your car to a respectable garage they will be able to plug in a diagnostic tool and give you some fault codes. Once you have those codes, you can come back here and do a search or ask the forum again!
Thank you for the reply I appreciate it
 

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I have answered on another post and it seems we all think the same. Keep well away from that garage as it seems they are trying it on. I just wonder if the problem is another battery issue, where a low battery charge or failing battery will set all sorts of warnings off. Once again if you are anywhere near M6/M62 crossover I am happy to lend my charger to see if that helps.
 

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I am willing to come to you with said charger and set it all up. A charge takes about 2-3 hours, usually. That offer is if you are fairly local.
 

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Thank you for the reply I appreciate it
Thank you for the reply I appreciate it
I am willing to come to you with said charger and set it all up. A charge takes about 2-3 hours, usually. That offer is if you are fairly local.
thank u but the battery is fine it still runs fine they just said it’s dangerous to drive because it could set on fire and it’s too expensive to fix but I appreciate your offer of help 😀
 

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thank u but the battery is fine it still runs fine they just said it’s dangerous to drive because it could set on fire and it’s too expensive to fix but I appreciate your offer of help 😀
Just be aware that 80% charge in the battery will still let it start but any furthur drop will sometimes set off warning lights. Is the car otherwise running OK. No smoke anywhere? No lumpy ride from the engine? I cannot see how it can go on fire. The EGR valve can be cleaned or renewed and the DPF can also be cleaned. There is a chap 2 doors down from me who goes out to garages to chemically clean DPFs. If you have a genuine Jaguar dealer nearby take it there. If you are in the RAC,AA etc call them out and they will look at it. Then ask them to take it to a dealer to look at if they cannot sort it. Another point worth considering is how much Adblue is in the Adblue tank? That may need filling. Get a dealer to do it whilst you are not au fait with cars. It will cost though . Something tells me it's reasonably simple fix but not necessarily a cheap one. My offer is FOC if you are not too far away. The breakdown people can check it correctly as batteries are not like those of days gone. Cars are generally reliable these days but not good for DIY meddling.
 

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