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Air blowing hot

We recharged my air in my 2003 s type jaguar and it is still not cool. the gauge says it is at 40 right in the green why isn't it cool

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Because your not using the proper a/c manifold
gauge set ,or the proper working procedure, to
be working on any a/c system.
You buy the store junk with a hose crimped on
& no way to get air out of the hose,now you let air in
& got 40# & not 28# on low side
You will need a knowledgable professional to recover
the refrigerant,repair the obvious leaks,or you wouldn't
be trying to add to the system in the first place
Your were trying to add,not recharge
Charging is done when the system is in a deep vacuum
& all the moisture removed.

Posted on Jul 19, 2013


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SOURCE: heater blows only cooled air

my heater only blows cold air please could you give me some advice on this thanks . everything else is ok temp ,engine etc

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SOURCE: heater in 2001 jaguar s type not blowing hot air

check for hot water, check for power to blower, do a little work yourself before asking questions, if you can't do this then you really need help

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the heater control valve is often the cause of this. there are 3 metal lines running down the right fender, if 2 are hot and 1 is not with AC on max the valve has most likely gone bad,

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

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SOURCE: 04 Jag S type middle air vents cool, sides hot. Recirc hot.

here is what you do. look on the passenger side front near the bottom of the radiator. there you will see the dccv or dual coolant control vavle. it will have your two heater hoses running to it and another hose from the radiator under it . once you have identified it , feel and look around it for any signs of leaking. barring any leaks, disconnect the connector, turn the ac/engine on and usining a tester , test for voltage on each of the three wires.if both outer wires have no current ( the middle wire yellow- will have current) then your problem is the control panel. if the control panel is not a navigation it is possible to easily repair it. replacing it can run from 600.00 to 1500.00 depending on who you goe to. oh by the way its still some data that you aint looked at. holla back if you need more help or a repair of the a/c control panel.

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SOURCE: 02 Jaguar S Type - Heater blowing cold air

Has the vehicle overheated recently, if not there is a failure of the Coolant from engine valve controller, that measures flow through the Heater Matrix. Come back with more, as necessary.

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