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I have a 2001 Jaguar S-type thats overheating. Part of where the high pressure hose connects is broken and the hose came loose while driving. I pushed the hose farther up onto the housing and retighte

The gauge goes up to 3/4 then cools off then red lines and back to the middle. Water pomp going maybe?

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Sounds like pump but may have air lock as you had the hose issue bleed the cooling system as per the workshop manual and see if that helps as a first step

Posted on Mar 29, 2014

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SOURCE: 05 Jaguar s-type is overheating? I thought it was

Did you run out of coolant? If so you may have an airlock. refill with the top hoses on the engine disconnected to allow water to flow right through the system to its highest point. Hope this helps - good luck.

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SOURCE: 2002 Jaguar x-type runs hot and no loss of

Next time it gets hot, stop at a garage and have them check it with a computer. Most will do this for free. Could be the coolant sensor going bad. this can cause the temp to go high( not really getting hot) or keep the cooling fans from coming on. when you stop there is less load on the engine letting it cool.

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Replacing all of the hoses connected to heater valve


Hi

The cooling system should be pressure tested, and this will hopefully reveal the source of the loss of your coolant.
Most normally a hose.
It is very difficult to give cooling system hoses a clean bill of health, other than by squeezing and visual inspection whilst under the pressure test procedure.
This is why, if 1 hose blows, better to be safe and replace the rest.
( My recommendation. )

Also perhaps if you have not had the vehicle from new,? you do not know if the engine has ever had a previous overheating problem, and been overheated, putting strain on the hoses.

I hope this has been of help to you.

Good Luck !

A FixYa rating would be appreciated please.

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