Question about Jaguar Cars & Trucks
Chek fuel pressure test then do a compression test on all cylinders should be at least 150- 175 psi the early engines suffered from prematually worn out nicosil coated cylinder bores but your engine is poss way after that but 1st thing comes to mind is low compression, good luck
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