Question about 1995 Jaguar XJ6
2 jubilee clips and thats it ,easy job top up with 50/50 glycol/ water mix
Posted on May 03, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had this problem with my wifes car. I went through the car top to toe and found more than one problem causing this intermittant issue.
I found a weak crank sensor, when warm it was intermittantly losing a signal, replaced it and the problem was a little better, I then found that the throttle position sensor was also intermittantly not within the range it should be, replaced it and it helped, I then was getting the oxygen sensor code and that was only due to the car stalling, nothing to do with the o2's, I finally traced the final issue to the integral harness on the valve body inside the transmission, I replaced that harness and fitted a new transmission speed sensor and the car has been perfect.
I know you have several issues here that could be your problem but you now have a base to start from.
Last thing is the car may just need an engine set-up if you are no longer having any codes. This is only done by the dealer using there WDS computer system. The perform a oxygen sensor orientation test, they set-up the kick down and also set-up the Throttle positon sensor (TPS).
Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
Remove the windshield wiper motor for access to the top bolt. Use a 13mm dogbone with a pipe or similar for leverage.They used locktite on the bolts,so it's a bear to get loose. This job is a real P.I.T.A. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
in the boot(trunk in n america) lift out the ply cover on the spare wheel, and the wheel, between the wheel and the rear is a ply and steel filler panel, held in by screwa, unscrew these and the pump (s) is under there.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
There is a clamp that you lift up to release the hose on the radiator and a standard clamp where it connects to the plastic T tubing part of your thermostat housing. That should do it for you. Just wiggle the hose out. To reinstall, leave the spring clamp down on the radiator to here it when it locks in place. The connection to the T tubing is standard with the release clamp, no explanation needed there.
Posted on Jan 12, 2011
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