This page contains links to diagnostic, repair and service information provided by Jaguar, plus additional, third-party resources. All resources are available to all automotive repair professionals. Some types of information are free, while others require a subscription purchase. Access to Jaguar Vehicle Security Information (key codes, immobilizer reset procedures, etc.) requires an approved account under the Vehicle Security Professional program.

Service and repair data is available for Jaguar vehicles sold in Canada.

How to set up accounts with Jaguar: Follow this link. (To purchase a subscription you must first register to use the site. This link takes you to the beginning of that process.)
(note: where asked to select "State" and no Canadian provinces are listed, enter ANY US state)

System Requirements (scroll about 3/4 way down the page)

Select the type of information you need from the links below.

Subscription prices (USD) * All prices quoted for comparison only and are subject to change.
NOTE: On the Jaguar website, from the User ID - Options Menu - Programming subscriptions and or Document subscriptions - click "add" and pricing will be visible. Price for module programming is the same regardless, the only difference is, to gain security access, you will need to enter the LSID# when prompted. The trust centre is the interface between Jaguar's servers and NASTF to validate the LSID# of the user; once validated, security access is granted.

Subscription type Short term Month Year/other Security Professional

* Includes Bulletins, Service Documents & Diagnostics. Approx 50% discount for subscriptions limited to only one information type. See Topix subscription page for more information. [Diagnostics subscription includes non-security module programming. Does not include SDD-Security subscription.]

*All yrs, all models, Jag & LR: $44 (1 hr), $77.70 (1 day), $166.95 (1 wk)


*All yrs, all models, Jag & LR: $445.20



*All yrs, all models, Jag & LR: $2,671



For control modules: Once the LSID holder has purchased the Module programming subscription, he will sign into SDD as normal, then the Trust Centre sign in will come up and the user will need to enter his LSID# and password. Then TOPIx will verify with the NASTF servers and grant security access if all is good. The user will then use SDD normally and any security functions requiring a LSID holder will be visible.

For Keys: Transponder keys are ordered through the Direct From Supplier (DFS) system on InfoTrail (Under Parts Special Order - DFS & Key Guide) and the VIN is burned into the key prior to shipping to the retailer. This makes it so the part cannot be used on any other vehicle. The only part at present that is coded at the retailer is the Activity Wristband for Jaguar and Land Rover. The machine to burn the VIN into these has not been provided into the NA Market yet. But these are still ordered through the DFS like a key and once the machine arrives will also be VIN burned before being sent out. The cut code for a mechanical key is currently supplied-no charge-only to NASTF VSPs who reside in California; and the process that requires a fax-in form, which is separate from the SDD-Security subscription. That request form is available for download from HERE. Contact for further information on security programming.

Is the information you're looking for unavailable? Use the Service Information Request form for Canada.

Frequently asked questions:
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Q: What requirements do I have to meet to reflash a Jaguar / Land Rover vehicle?