Question about 1995 Jaguar XJ6
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
YOU COULD HAVE BAD PLUGS +WIRES.STOPPED UP FUEL FILTER AND FUEL INJECTORS.RESTRICTED EXHAUST STUCK OPEN PVC .SCAN IT AND CHECK FOR IDLE SPEED CONTROL FAULT AND EGR VALVE FAULT.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
SOURCE: CODE P1193
P1193 is the heated O2 sensor, P0300 is a random missfire, P1313 P1314 are Catalist damage banks A and B, the rest of the 'P' codes are all to do with the same area, have you changed one at a time? or both at once? as the conectors can be crossed and this will throw the ECU out, generating the fault codes given.
You will need a Jag garage to re set the sensors.
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
The 1997 Jaguar XJR battery is located in the trunk. Once you open the trunk there are two carpeted panels that you pull out, one on the left side over the spare tire and another smaller one that covers the compartment for the battery and any other parts/tools you want to keep in this area. The battery is large and by putting it here, it makes it easier to install aftermarket car audio equipment amplifiers in the trunk which than can power the 9 speaker sound system in the car since the factory amps don't last long and will start to sound like static when they begin to fail. If you need to replace the battery for this fine vehicle, this is where you will find the battery. Just lift up the carpeted compartments and you will discover a spare on one side and the battery is to the right just under the right carpted cover/panel.
Posted on Feb 21, 2011
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