Question about 2000 Jaguar S-Type
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.
WATER CONTROL VALVE.LOCATED AT BOTTOM OF RADIATOR ON DRIVERS SIDE.HAS 5 WATER PIPES COMING OFF IT.CHANGED MINE YESTERDAY AT A COST OF £145 +VAT.HEATER IS NOW RED HOT
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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