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Where is the #4 spark plug located on 2000 jaguar s type?

Is it located underneth the manifold?

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Just follow the spark plug wires to locate all the plugs. You may hae to use your hands if you cannot actually see it. make sure the motor has cooled down first

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Posted on Jan 10, 2009

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Where are the spark plugs located on the 2000 s type jaguar? Also where can I get a repair manual for this make and model?


When you ask for information about your 2000 Jaguar S-Type, it would be very helpful if you would take a moment to mention which engine it is equipped with. There is a 3.0L V-6 and a 4.0L V-8 engine available for that make and model.

However, the spark plug replacement is similar except that the intake manifold must be removed to access the plugs on the right bank on the V-6 engine.

The spark plugs are located under the cover that goes down the center of each valve cover. You must remove the plastic engine cover to see the cover that goes down the center of the valve covers. Remove the screws in the cover plate. Remove the electrical connectors for each ignition coil. Remove the screws securing the coils and remove the coils. The spark plugs are located at th bottom of the hole that the coils just came out of.

NOTE: The spark plug tubes should be blown out with compressed air before removing the spark plugs. Failure to do so can cause severe engine damage from debris falling into the combustion chamber or contaminating the spark plug hole threads.

As for finding a service manual, the best recommendation I can give you is to subscribe to the service information available at ALLDATAdiy.com. This is the same infomation that I use as a professional auto repair technician. The fee is extremely reasonable - under $30 (US) per year.

Aug 12, 2011 | 2000 Jaguar S-Type

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Locating the spark plugs on 2001 jaguar s type


If you look stright forward at the front of your car when youlift the bonnett the left bank of plugs are under the inlet manifold and the right set are under the Jaguar name plate, this cover on the right lifts of and reveals the coil packs the plugs are under the coil packs, you have too take the inlet manifold of to replace the left bank.

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Nov 01, 2010 | 2000 Jaguar S-Type

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Engine missfire


Get your local garage to put a scanner on the car. The early s-type used to suffer from ignition coil faults. If a fault has been hinted towards a specific coil then swap to a different cylinder and see if the fault follows wich will indicate a coil fault.

Has the vehicle had its spark plugs changed? every 70.000 miles as they tend to fail if left unchanged. Intake manifold requires removing to replace bank 1 plugs.

Also check the small rubber elbow on the end of the plastic beather pipe wich runs throught the intake manifold branches. Elbow is located at the rear of the engine

Hope that helps

Feb 20, 2010 | 2000 Jaguar S-Type

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How do i replace the spark plugs in a jaguar 2000?


THE SPARK PLUS ARE LOCATED UNDER THE VALVE COVERS, ON TOP OF THE VALVE COVERS THERE IS A SMALL PLATE COVER WITH 8 LITTLE BOLTS THAT NEEDS TO BE REMOVED WHICH WILL THEN SHOW YOUR COILS, UNPLUG COILS PULL COIL OUT AND SPARK PLUG WILL BE LOCATED UNDER THE COILS.
The left side is easy, just pop off the left side engine cover...remove the coils and the plugs are right there. The right side is a whole other matter completely, you need to remove the intake manifold to be to access them. It is a relatively simple job if you are even slightly mechanically inclined. Ensure you replace the upper intake manifold gaskets when you remove the intake manifold.

Nov 09, 2009 | 2001 Jaguar S-Type

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How to change sparkplugs on a 4.0 s-type 2001


You need to remove the Inlet Manifold , then you can see the Spark plugs clearly

Jul 12, 2009 | 2000 Jaguar S-Type

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Where do I find the spark plugs on the Jaguar S Type 2L year 2000 engine.?


hey familyvanark,

Your spark plugs are located under your ignition coils. The first three are located on the passenger side underneath the three ignitions coils, im pretty sure the coils are held on my an 8mm bolt. The other three are on the driver side, and are located under the intake manifold, that big medal thing on the top on your engine and white in color. That HAS to come off to get to the other three spark plugs. Other than that take those three coils off and you'll see them.

Mar 14, 2009 | 2000 Jaguar S-Type

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Change spark plugs Jaguar s type 2000


You WILL have to remove the intake manifold to get access to the coils and plugs on the right bank.
prepare with new gaskets for the manifold and go nutz!
Fred from Sweden.

Mar 07, 2009 | 2000 Jaguar S-Type

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Misfire jaguar s-type year 2000


look at your spark plugs holes, one or two probably have water in them, from car wash or condensation from the coil cover

Jan 12, 2009 | 2000 Jaguar S-Type

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Slow Jaguar x type


check your intake manifold for leaks if you recently had your spark plugs change, or it could be incorrect spark plugs, or bad temperature senser.

Aug 20, 2008 | 2002 Jaguar X-Type

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