Question about Jaguar Cars & Trucks
Most effective way is as follows
1- Warm your car up
2- Shut off your car
3-Add the flush chemical
4- Run the car for about 15-20 minutes and make sure that you have the heater on
5- shut off the car and give it some time to cool off so that when you open the reservoir cap it will not shoot water out
6- When cooled a little open the clip that is on the radiator pipe (out going circulation.
7- Open the reservoir cap and put a water source to keep the water flowing into the coolant circulation .
8- Start your car and let the water come out till you see that it is clear
9- Close the water source and shutoff your car
Let it drain till done
10-Tighten the clip on the hose
12-Fill new coolant and make sure to get all the air out of the coolant system
13-close the reservoir cap
you are done
Posted on Aug 16, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the oil filler cap for mayonaise. It may mean that your head gasket has gone, Go to a local garage and ask them to do a presure test on each cylinder to see if it fails on one. Have you checked the plugs for cleanness and oil contamination? that's where your problems sounds where it lies.
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