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Identify bank 1 cat

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Viewed from the flywheel, the right-hand bank (i.e. next to the firewall) is Bank 1. Bank 2 is at the front of the car.

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Look at the front of the motor from the side... you will see that one cylinder is slightly more forward then the one on the other side. that's number one therefore that side is bank one


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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?

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SOURCE: On the 2000 jaguar s-type, what is, Cats system

Cats was a optional extra from the factory. It is adaptive damping. It basicialy softens or stiffens the shock absorbers to your driving style.

It may seem that one of your shock absorbers has developed a internal pressure fault. A local garage with a code reader can tell you wich shock absorber to check. Would be worth checking the electrical connectors that plug into the top of the shock absorber to make sure they are not damaged.

Look's like you may need a new shock absorber

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SOURCE: whats the correct firing order for 2002 jaguar x

the firing order is--1-4-2-5-3-6, #1 is left front facing engine. jaguar x-type 2.5 DOHC V-6. have a good day !!

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whats a chips?

my guess is where are the oxygen sensors?
answer 1 front and 1 rear of CAT.
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well that is the bank that contains cylinder 1/
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This happened to me and the problem was the other O2 sensor, Jaguar pointed me in the wrong direction, simple to check if you still have the old sensor fit it to Bank 1.

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Hope this helps (remember to rate tis answer).

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