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Won't be the fuel filter as you change that every 3 to 5 years
You could check fuel pressure at the motor with a gauge or
professional scan tool data
The exhaust converter may be worn out & partially blocked
Shouldn't be until it is 12 to 14 years old, but most people have
cylinder misfires for years & no codes & don't know it & so goes
Have to change the upstream oxygen sensors at 100,000 miles
as preventative maintenance & clean maf sensor once a year
New spark plugs every 3 years,they don't last 100,000 miles,
never have,same for your trans & power steering fluids, every
3 years, not every 100,000 miles or never
Could have bad ignition coils & no mil lamp on
Posted on Jan 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 Volkswagen Beetle Diesel
I don't think that's the EGR valve that the shop is talking about for that kind of dollar figure. More likely the injectors or injector pump....accordianman
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
SOURCE: 2002 Jaguar S-Type 4.0
this is a old model and it should have a cold start valve or it should have a coolant temp sensor, replace the colant temp sensor which is usualy located on the thermostat housing or on the intake manifold and this will sove the clod start problema!!
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
SOURCE: check engine light code p1603
When I went outside to start my Jaguar X-Type it was cold outside. I was in a hurry and didn't let the car warm up properly. It jumped a bit then the check engine light came on along with a message that said No cruise control. The no cruise light came off but my check engine light is still on. Any suggestions as to what it may be?
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
You could have a dirty EGR valve, you can re move it from the manifold and clean it with Throttle body cleaner. Might as well buy two cans, since your cleaning the EGR, might as well clean out the throttle body too.
Spray the throttle body cleaner in to the throttle body with the engine running and try to keep it at 1000 rpm and then to 1500 rpm as you clean out the throttle body and let it idle down for 2 min then turn the engine off. Then turn the engine to the run position for 10 seconds and start and let idle, ro for a test drive and hope that solved the problem, if not there a few more things we can do which will consist for tune up.
Note: Clean the EGR first so you don't burn your self since the engine would still be cool before you clean the Throttle body.
Good luck and keep me posted.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
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