Question about 2005 Jaguar X-Type
Following a power wash clean of my 2005 X-type, the external temperature reading is overstated by approc 10*C (Auto Climate Control display) What is the cause, and how do I get it fixed. Thanks, Pat Kirby - Dublin.
Hi pat the temp sensor is on the left side below the grill a black pointed sensor just cliped behind the splitter bar i would just change it. the temp wont change right away drive the car a couple of miles D
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