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What is it doing when you try to start it. have you tried some gas line anti freeze it is only for gas lines2005 Jaguar - trouble starting in cold weather - 12_30_2012_1_41_26_pm.jpg

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changed the battery, now it starts right up and no fault lights!

Posted on Jan 08, 2010

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Jag wont start in cold weather

changed the battery, now it starts right up and no fault lights!

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your suppression module is dead and need to changed. It blocks the alternator from charging the battery, so basically you are running on battery for more

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