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I have 2000 Jaguar S-Type 6 cylinder engine and has P0304 code misfire. The engine light is on and is blinking when car is driving uphill. What is the solution here?

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The engine light is on because have a fault code P0304, it means Cylinder 4 Misfire Detected
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SOURCE: TROOUBLESHOOTING CODE P0065

Hi, the problem is, your throttle body is restricting the air flow to the engine due to carbon buildup, simply remove the complete throttle body and clean it very good and reinstall, your problem will be solved for sure.

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SOURCE: Jaguar S Type 3.0 SE Fault code P0430

Code PO430 could be = catalyst efficiency below threshold bank 2 ........ this may be caused by faults in combustion and if you have just completed repairs it may rectify itself as the car runs correctly ...... do not leave as a fault for too long as damage will occur to cat/conv.

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At that price replace the engine. Make sure though that you get a warranty for the engine that includes the cost of installation if the new one fails. Most shops will warranty for 90 days which is long enough to find out if there is going to be a problem.

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SOURCE: 201 jaguar s-type 4.0 engine

I had the same problem on my 2000 Jaguar S Type 6 cylinder. Finally I changed out all 6 colis (bought them at $250 for 6 on-line). Biggest problem is installing them. The 3 cylinders on the driver's side are easy to do, as they are fitted under the plastic cover. The other 3 cylinders on the passengers side are a problem. You have to remove the exhaust manufold, which is not all that easy. I believe I had to remove about 12 to 14 bolts, many clips and clamps, but finally the car is purring like new again. (PS the exhaust manufold is that big silver / aluminum unit sitting on top of the engine, extending towards the passeger's side of the engine.

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SOURCE: where is #2 cylinder on 2000 jaguar s type 4.0

I recently starting having this problem also (only code p0305/308). That code means "miss-fire" on #2 cylinder. The #2 cylinder is the nearest cylinder on the right (closest to front of car on drivers side) if you are standing in the front of the car.

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