Question about 2003 Jaguar X-Type
When the light comes on , some times, not all the time, the car will spit and spudder under accelleration like its going to stall, I replaced air/fuel mixture module about a month ago, and a week later again the same problem. If i shut the car off for a day or two, the light goes off, but eventually comes back on again, and under hard accelleration again spits and sputters. could it be another sensor like oxygen or temperature? I dont want the car quiting on me someplace and we all hate that damn engine light.
When the light comes on and then goes off , you will have to have it scaned again, it may have another code in computer, thats the down side to computered cars and trucks, they never seem to be what the scanner says it is, a seasoned michanic or tecnition knows how to read between the lines when it comes to this, thats why the back yard michanic can't work on thies cars anymore. Its to hard to explane the whole process but anyone that has worked on one will basicly tell you the same thing.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
Difficult one this,what to advise ?? not using car and it stays off ,sounds like a dirty connection ,oxygen sensor would only make it read high on the gas machine and fail its mechanical inspection.the missing -well could be anything from coil to crank sensor but try putting a set of bosch plugs in the ones with the three electrodes thats for a vw golf or cordoba .the things work wonders and are far superior to junky champion.Also another trick that sometimes works is to disconnect battery and hold the leads together for 30 secs ,this should clear the faults and put the light out at least.Another thing to do is give it a good polish and treat the leather to some creamy stuff and polish the wood,now i know it takes hours but its a jag and its like an old woman,it likes to be pampered and talked rubbish to just like er indoors .Well it works with my jag and dont forget to polish the chrome especially the chome exhaust manifold cover
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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