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02 JAGUAR X TYPE 3.0 CHK ENG LGHT ON CAR SHAKES AS THOUGH ABT TO

CUT OFF, SOMETIMES AT INITIAL START CAN SMELL EXHAUST

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    Alfred Di'Como Jan 17, 2009

    Hello I have the same problem with my 02 X type 2.5 L Cruise control not avail and check engine light on constantly the not avail display goes out and the car runs beter but still hesitates under accel. where is this O Ring your talking about located on the engine? and where can i get a new one thanks ar

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Go to checker and have them run the code for check engine light. it will probably come up as a lean code bank 1 or/and bank 2. on my x-type it was an o-ring in the intake that was cracked mechanic found it with by spraying carb and choke cleaner around the intake components.the shaking.... if it occurs at higher rpms is your car being in limp home mode i think about 3000 rpms will go away when intake problems are solved. car cutting off ? take it jag maybe a weak fuel pump,clogged jet pump or clogged fuel filter just did all of the above to my 02 x-type 3.0 sport w/ 75,000 miles.

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