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Temp gauge warning light coming on.when I switch of ignition then switch back on gauge showing normal temp reading

2001 x type 3.0v6 No coolant leaks or air locks. Engine running fine

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Check coolant level

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SOURCE: yellow warning light

Dunno where you reside but our indoor/outdoor digital thermometer shows a snowflake once the temp drops down to 0C/32F. It wouldn't surprise me to learn that a Jag would have a warning light for freezing temps. 

Posted on Nov 16, 2008

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SOURCE: 2004 Jaguar X-Type 4.2 leaks coolant constantly

sounds like your head gaskets blew, this is common, if when it was leaking it over heated,....

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SOURCE: air conditioner doesn't work when the outside temp goes up

You need to take it to a local shop and have the freon level checked. It sounds like the compressor is cycling to much on the hotter days and is not running long enough to cool down the low side. this is mostly caused by low freon levels and with this type of system with an expansion valve is common. this is not a costly fix unless you have a bad leak or blockage.

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SOURCE: speedometer not working but all other instruments

speedo drive sensor on transmission failing or loose or dirty connections

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SOURCE: Cant find the coolant temp sensor in my 2002

it is mounted in the engine block cooling system

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