Question about 1998 Jaguar XJ8L
It is very cold and my Jaguar won't start, The battery was already checked by raodside assistance and they don't think it is that. There wasn't very much gas in the tank and the car was left without driving it for a few days. I was wondering if the fuel lines or the fuel tank might be frozen. If so is there anything that I can do myself to fix it?
Gas dosent freeze but if you had water in the tank its possible the line may be partially glogged add some heet to the tank and try cranking it over and see if that dosent help you may have to use starter fluid to get the gas flowing again
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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