Question about 2002 Jaguar X-Type
You probably have a vacuum leak. First: Check the brake vacuum line from the air intake manifold to the brake servo (black plastic pipe running from top of engine to brake servo with flange in the middle). It may be cracked. When engine at idle listen for leaks. You can run your hand along it to try to feel sucking.
If not that lift the black platic engine cover (3 screws) and look for cracks/leaks in the 1" black house running from front cyclinder bank to air intake manifold. It may be split/sucking air.
You may need to reset the Check engine light. Good luck
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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