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Re: Where is the freon inlet?
The port is on the low side of the suction line.This is the larger of the two lines from the compressor. Follow the line and you will come to it. It may have a cover over it. There are two ports, the low side is larger than the high side so there will be no mix up. If you are near Auto Zone store they can show you on computer where it is. It takes a certain amount of know how to charge the a/c system.
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If you look stright forward at the front of your car when youlift the
bonnett the left bank of plugs are under the inlet manifold and the
right set are under the Jaguar name plate, this cover on the right
lifts of and reveals the coil packs the plugs are under the coil packs,
you have too take the inlet manifold of to replace the left bank.
Loosen the wheel hub nut. Remove the front road wheel and tire. Remove the tie rod end retaining nut. Using the special tool 204-192 Ball joint Splitter detach the tie rod end. Remove the subframe reinforcement plate retaining bolts. Loosen the subframe rear mount bolt. Loosen the subframe front mount bolt. Remove and discard the wheel hub nut. using spcial tools 204-269Forcing Screw,205-491-01 adapter nuts,205-491 wheel hub puller Detach the wheel knuckle. Remove the lower arm ball joint retaining bolt. Reposition the lower arm. Detach the wheel knuckle. using special tools 307-443 RH Halfshaft splitter ,307-442 RH Halfshaft splitter handle detach the halfshaft. Remove the exhaust muffler inlet pipe. Remove the halfshaft seal. Remove the transfer case Y bracket retaining bolt. To prevent damage to the transfer box internal seal, make sure that the link shaft is not retracted further than 200 mm from the transfer box casing. remove the halfshaft. Attach special tools to the halfshaft. Lever the special tools to displace the halfshaft. Install the transfer case Y bracket retaining bolt. Remove the halfshaft. Use suitable protective covers to protect the barshaft. Remove the halfshaft snap ring. Install a new snap ring to the halfshaft. Install a new halfshaft seal. Remove the special tool. Remove the transfer case Y bracket retaining bolt. Remove the special tool. Make sure the CV joint splines are located fully. Do not use excessive force when engaging the CV joint into the link shaft. Install the halfshaft. Install the transfer case Y bracket retaining bolt. Tighten to 25 Nm. Attach the wheel knuckle. Reposition the lower arm. Attach the wheel knuckle. Install the lower arm ball joint retaining bolt. Tighten to 83 Nm. Install the exhaust muffler inlet pipe. Tighten the subframe front mount retaining bolt. Tighten to 142 Nm. Loosely install the subframe rear mount retaining bolt. Install the subframe reinforcement plate retaining bolts. Tighten to 35 Nm. Tighten to 142 Nm. Install the tie rod end. Tighten to 35 Nm. Loosely install a new wheel hub nut. Install the front road wheel and tire. Tighten the wheel hub nut. Tighten to 330 Nm. Check the subframe alignment.
the inlet vavle is the tube with the big fitting on it usually located on the high side of the system (hot to touch) the canister of freon will only fit on one of the fittings. look against the fire wall of the car and look for the aluminum tubing that comes from the wall that leads to the radiator area you should be able to tell which one is the right one to use.
The compressor is located underneath the drivers area towards the front. Right beneath the compressor is the low pressure port and there's where you put your freon. You have to raise the car.. follow your owners manual for jacking... you should also use a hard jack for support since you will go a little underneath the front of the car... use alight. I recommend you get the freon 134 kit that has a pressure gage so the you can see if the freon pressure ( pressure high full or a problem with system ) or low and needs charging
I recently starting having this problem also (only code p0305/308). That code means "miss-fire" on #2 cylinder. The #2 cylinder is the nearest cylinder on the right (closest to front of car on drivers side) if you are standing in the front of the car.
Simple, it just means that one of the right hand flasher bulbs, either back center or front, is burnt out. If all the bulbs are ok, there is probably still one not flashig because of faulty wiring or something in the same line like a switch malfunction or in newer technology, onboard computer malfunction. Being a jaguar, if the bulbs are all OK and you still got a problem, i'd suggest having it checked by the dealer.