Question about 1995 Jaguar XJ6
Hang onto the hammer for abit.... i'm presuming the gas was not drained... it has a tendency to "gum" up after awhile... i can't recall if there is a product you can put in your tank to remove gum from the gas... but one thing i would try is gas line antifreeze... it's got alchohol in it which sucks up water in the gas... that may help till you get fresh gas flowing thru it.
One other thing... when you turn on the key... are you able to hear the fuel pump ?
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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