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My 2004 jaguar x type diesel runs cold

Jaguar x type runs cold only when you stop for 7 mins on tick over does it warm up a bit and the gaug go up just off the blue bit there is pressure in the tank and i have changed the heater buster control on the water side of it can you help...

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Yes it is fixed it turned out to be the new themost, was stuck open.thanks for you help.mel

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