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95 Jaguar xj6

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There is oil in the water, I had all the test don to it, there is no problem with the head gasket, what could be the problem, and can you help .


Sunil

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  • Jag Sunil Sep 22, 2008

    Hi,



    I will take the car and have it fixed, as this would be a big job for me to do.



    Many Thanks



    Regards

    Sunil

  • Jag Sunil Nov 22, 2008

    Hi



    I have an original Jag phone what do I need to have it working as there is no power



    Sunil

  • Jag Sunil Nov 22, 2008

    JPTCAT



    The problem was fixed by fixing a 2ndhand radiator, and it works good, many thanks for fixing my problem.



    Sunil

  • John-Paul Toor May 11, 2010

    Are any of the fluids low? coolant or steering?

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I have a jaguar xj6 sport 'm' reg my radio has gone on tel mute & does not work i have been told it is 1wire to disconnect & i have been told its a near impossibility because the wiring will be intwined with all the cars wiring that sends pules around the car therefore messing with it may automatically open the windows or unlock the car, this is a chinese puzzle i really need to solve as i have no music HELP please... tony

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The problem is probably the radiator.
The radiator on the right front (passenger side) has a built in steering cooler, they can on occasion rupture internally and this will cause the steering fluid to leak internally and mix with the antifreeze/coolant.

The radiator on your vehicle should have a plastic side tank and if this is the case the radiator will need to be replaced, if you have a replacement with the metal side tanks then you can take the radiator assy to any radiator shop and they should be able to take off the tanks and repair the leak.

Good luck

JPTCAT

Posted on Sep 22, 2008

Hi

Steering Fluide is low.

Sunil

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