Question about 2000 Jaguar S-Type
The problem is predominate when fuel load situation is needed. up hill in lower RPM range, if I drop it down a gear it clears up unless I get it near a red-line situation then the Check engine light will flash for a few times. It will also seem to misfire at a red light every once in a while. Started as a surge between 55 to 60 mph while under 2000 RPM's. getting worse. 82k miles. I was contemplating replacing all 6 coils as well as the plugs, o2 sensor, EGR valve. What do you think?
Right first of all your not talking to it right,throw the chewing gum away and put a plum in your mouth with a stiff upper lip say..i say you upstart unless you run right i will take the audi to the golf course ,then get the valet to give it good clean and a nice bit of stuff to recolonise the seats..If this doesnt wor then renew spark plugs with a multi tipped bosch type.and renew the HT leads .As a brit with a jag myself i can assure you these cars have a mind of their own and always work better when they are clean and well polished
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