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My 2004 jaguar will not start gives me the following codes P1611, P1396, P1384, P0405

I had placed head gasket sealant into my oil by baccident oil light came on and it quit running

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    James Hawkins Apr 04, 2014

    I have dropped the oil pan cleaned everything 5 times changed oil filter 5 times replaced oil sending switch replaced thermostat sending unit took valve covers off cleaned eveything engine looked to bein great condition I have changed the oil every two thousand miles

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    James Hawkins Apr 04, 2014

    P1611,

  • James Hawkins
    James Hawkins Apr 04, 2014

    Add a CommentP1396,

  • James Hawkins
    James Hawkins Apr 04, 2014

    Add a Comment P1384, P1224, P0198, P0197,,P0122,, P0112, P0102

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I can tell you upfront you must check your variable valve timing solenoids..codes p1396 and 1384 as for code po197/198 thats your engine oil temp sensor.po102 check your mass air flow meter connection right behind the air filter housing where the air duct elbow is located.The sensor could be bad.p0112 intake air temp sensor code.ok the p1224 is the throttle postion control sensor.make sure your battery is good...seems like these codes are related to low voltage also...but 1st make sure your fix that oil leak.

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    Newark Nj Gang Apr 30, 2014

    where is the variable valve timing solenoids location

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