Question about 2004 Jaguar X-Type
It looks like the leak is coming from a hose
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Leaking waterpump?
Hello had the same problem in the last mouth, you need to change the water pump front housing it cost about 75-95 for the part if you can do it your self.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
It sounds like the classic symptoms of air leaking into the engine after air flow sensor. check the hoses on top of the engine. Also spray detector spray around the inlet manifold this will get dragged into the engine at the leak and will make a noticeable affect on the engine note/smoothness. Leaks around the inlet manifold is quite a common fault on s type. see other posts with similar symptons earlier in jaguar fixya.
Good luck. Please let me know if you find the fault.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
SOURCE: air conditioning leakage
My '95 XJS is doing the same thing. I happened across a Jag mechanic at the gas station that helped me track it back to my heater valve as well. However, I must say that $455 sounds VERY steep. I see the part all over online for $30 to $75, and it looks like I could replace it myself within 5-10 min. (I'm not a mechanic is my point.) I also hope you meant A/C compressor and not air compressor as your car does not have an air compressor. (Not to be technical, just to make sure who ever told you that is keeping it on the level.) Personally, I'd get a 2nd opinion about the compressor just to make sure they're not looking to make $. Your compressor is the main unit in your A/C, and the easiest way out or to make a buck is to just replace that rather than trouble shoot it to see if it's a replaceable part. (My home A/C had issues and I called out 3 techs. First two told me $2200+ for a new unit. 3rd guy figured out it was a valve that cost me $20 & 1/2hr labor. I had the exact same scenario with my Acura 3 years ago.)
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
common faults related to this are the top hoses on engine block and the inlet manifold gasket as the bolts are subject to corrosion from the water ways. Idle the car and spray detector spray around the inlet manifold to see if there is a change in engine note. also look to hoses from MAF unit to throttle body. Check all electrical plugs to the air/fuel system as bad connections can affect the performance of individual units. hope this helps - good luck.
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
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