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Jaguar s-type how to bleed a cooling system on jaguar s-type

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    heater not working due to air in system



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Hi m just drain refill  turn the heater to full hot run engine or drive for a couple of miles let it cool and top up   never had any problums with a s type      D

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Solenoid that affect the heater

The heater is controlled by a 'variable solenoid water valve' that is controlled via the Air-conditioning module. These valves are prone to failure after a few years service. Another cause is if you have refilled the cooling system, the heater matrix sometimes airlocks, this can be overcome by bleeding the hose at high level by the heater hose in the engine bay.
Good luck -hope this helps

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sounds like pump but may have air lock as you had the hose issue bleed the cooling system as per the workshop manual and see if that helps as a first step

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sounds like the system is low on coolant take it in and have the system checked for a leak and have the system recharged.

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Hi, iv got jaguar s type r 2002, could someone tell me how do i bleed air out from heater system, thers no heating in the car. it was all fine before it started leaking engine cooling water, now thats got...

What I do is park the car uphill. Let it cool, open the cap, start it, and let it warm up until coolant flows in the radiator. Add coolant and let the air burp out until there is good flow with no bubbles coming up.

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2000 jaguar overhearts after upper hose replacement. water boils/steams out of back/bottom of the resevoir. temperature guage stays at normal but the car overheats and stalls out.

It may be that the system is airlocked, this can happen after work on the cooling system - if most of the water has been lost. If you think there is no damage to head gaskets or other seals between engine and coolant system or leaking hoses - try bleeding the system as you fill it by venting air from the top hoses when engine is cold (for safety).
hope this helps - good luck.

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Bleed the colling system

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