Had some work done, coil pacs changed, fuel filter, plugs plug wires, antifreeze was drained then re-added. Heater doesn't work. Driver side blows barely warm air passenger side blows cold. All Local garages are stumped. We were told by a mechanic in TN that the line had to be bled. The car had to be elevated in the front end and run for about 45 min and a line bled? I Cannot afford Jaguar as this car was a gift from my husband who recently passed away from brain cancer...medical bills have taken over. It's 18 degrees need heat ! Thank you for any and all suggestions. Have a local mechanic that is trying.
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could have water in gas and restricted fuel filter.make sure reconnect ignition coil pack electrical wires connectors to coil primary circuit and the ignition module.make spark plugs wires put back in the same firing order.
this code shows fuel rail pressure high. Could be many reasons for this from blocked or failing injectors to pressure regulation.Check all connections to electrical plugs and sockets to ensure no faulty signals. Only option after this is a good repair shop to check actions of injectors / regulators / pump.
Try adding 91% rubbing alcohol to clean the tank of fuel this eliminates water and gunk in the tank or use injector cleaner 6oz to full tank...... this doesn't always work on 1st try depending on condition of tank /injectors/ filter/ map sensors ( pay close attention)
check to see if fuel is getting to the fuel injectors at the prescribe psi if not check the fuel filter for blockgage you should blow thru with a steady flow of air ......if not replace
check your spark plugs for signs of oil, wear/ proper gap/ wire resistance
When is the last time...... you had a through tuneup......... this will give you better performance overall
for fuel....it could be a dirty or clogged air filter or emission system not working properly or fuel injection system not functioning properly...
for loss of power......worn camshaft lobes, faulty spark plug wires or coil, fuel injection system, air filter plugged, low compression or uneven cylinders....
This fault could be anything from a split or perished vacumn pipe somewhere on the inlet manifold to a mass air flow sensor and i would advise that you ask a local mechanic to have a look for you to see if anything is visable from a quick look at the engine .
- Spark Plugs (make sure they are gaped properly) - Spark Plug Wires - Coil Packs (if needed) or Distributor Cap & Rotor (which ever so equipped) - Air Filter - Fuel Filter - Oil - Oil Filter - Transmission Filter (optional) - Transmission Fluid (optional if you do change the trans filter you will need the fluid) - PCV Valve (optional) - Bottle Of Fuel Injector Cleaner (add to fuel tank kind)
They make a little gauge that you put on a wire to see if have voltage in it. If not, you can pull a plug and ground it and crank it over and look for a spark. Pull off the coil wire and listen for a crack, Squirt some fuel into a cylinder and see if it will fire. A couple ways to check. Hope this helps.
Drain all the oil and put on new clean, also repl the oil filter.
Your coil pack may also still be wet-- , mark your spark plug wires and the coils and remove them. Make sure the coils are dry the spark pulg wires ends are dry. Also the plug or the main harness to the coil pac may be wet still, pull the plug and dry that, use an old hair drier or just let it sit a day longer.
if the other coils are functioning, then voltage to the coil pack is ok. removing the spark plug wire from the suspected bad coil with no change in engine performance is a reliable procedure to check for a bad coil.