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  • c boyle Apr 22, 2013

    Thanks for the reply, the problem was indeed the intercooler pipe coming off due to a rusted clip.

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Poss egr valve stuck or intercooler pipe split or come of intercooler due to clip rusted away rhf has you look from underside with lower bumper liner removed

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it could be a 1.8 or 2.0 you must check the engine tag under the hood look for a white factory sticker it has the engine size printed on there under engine family.

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SOURCE: oil leak on 54 plate jaguar x type

Hi I have the same problem on my 07 plate 2.2 litre diesel x type - oli seal needs to be replaced behind timing cover - the part is cheap at about 16 pound but the labour is horrendous at around 450 because of the need to dismantle so much to get the cover off...

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SOURCE: i have x type Jaguar 2 ltr 04 diesel estate that

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If the problem still persists, I suggest that you tighten the body grounds specially the negative battery connector. Loosen body grounds can result to loss of power.
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Hi I have the same problem on my 07 plate 2.2 litre diesel x type - oli seal needs to be replaced behind timing cover - the part is cheap at about 16 pound but the labour is horrendous at around 450 because of the need to dismantle so much to get the cover off...

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