Question about 2001 Jaguar S-Type
You would have to replace the catylitic converter(s) if efficiency is low. In some cases the rear o2 sensors become lazy and can set these codes. You can replace these sensors and see if the codes will go away. In most cases, when converter replacement is required, these sensors are recommended. I would change the rear o2 sensor(s) and hope for the best. Converters are very expensive
Posted on May 01, 2015
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