Question about 2005 Jaguar X-Type
2005 X-Type 2.0 Diesel. Black smoke produced on heavy acceleration no smoke when travelling at constant speed, fast or slow. Gentle acceleration produces little or no smoke. Black smoke preceded by a breezy/blowing sound. No smoke when idling. An air current can be felt above the cambelt when the engine is revved. Any ideas
Can anyone tell me where the intercooler is on a 05 plate jaguar x type 2.0 diesel thanks
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
The inter cooler takes in unused fuel cools it and puts it back into the engine . so its black and oily it will be mucky around the crack. have a look with the engine running . you said you could feel air around the cam belt? around that area push and pull hoses and pipes etc . see if you can locate the problem that way. if you do . cean it off well . i did and used 2" wide tape to seal it up . if this helps rate me thanks joe
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
It got a split in the intercooler pipe replace it and no more smoke. It at the front left of the engine attached to the EGR valve and is about 3inch wide
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Have your anorobic switch on the diesel checked; it most likely is clogged; also water filter can cause this
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