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Trying to locate where the body to engine ground connection is from the aux coolant pump.09 jag xfsc..

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SOURCE: 09 xf sc aux coolant pump ground body to engine location?

The unit itself is grounded internally. When you attach the unit to the car it grounds it.

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09 xf sc aux coolant pump ground body to engine location?


The unit itself is grounded internally. When you attach the unit to the car it grounds it.

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The difficulty factor of not being there coupled with the absence of a trouble code is high...One possible cause is a defective coolant temperature sensor which is falsely telling the PCM that the temperature is too high...See diagram below location of CTS (coolant temperature sensor) disconnect connector...set ohm meter on X10 scale (you are looking to read 6000 ohms)...place probes on sensor leads not connector...At outdoor temp of 70-80 degrees meter must read about 5400 ohms...If it reads 1100 ohms or less sensor is defective...test two; measure from top of negative battery terminal, with meter set the same, place other lead first on bare metal of fender;READ...Then on bare metal of engine; READ...Both readings must be less than 50 ohms...If meter reads high (1000-2000) ohms you have found the fault...Install braided ground straps from - batt to chassis and block...Let me know the results of these two basic tests...

  1. Engine coolant temperature sensor (ECT).
  1. Intake manifold air control valve assembly.
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03 trailblazer is hard to start I have to turn the key 15-20 times before it starts. I put in new fuel pump, filter, relays good starter good just hard to start any suggestions on how to fix this issue. ...


You can check the fuel pressure regulator ,
  1. Inspect for a fuel leak from the fuel pressure regulator vacuum port.
Is the fuel pressure regulator leaking fuel ?
This next test needs a scan tool with data reading capability's ,not a code reader ! Are you familiar with OBD 2 ? All the sensors , coolant , O2S , TPS , MAF , Intake air temp. etc. Sensor/System
Monitor the engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensor with the scan tool. Compare the engine coolant temperature with the ambient air temperature on a cold engine. If the coolant temperature reading is more than 5 degrees more or less than the ambient air temperature on a cold engine, check for high resistance in the coolant sensor circuit.
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Inspect the PCM grounds for being clean, tight, and in their proper location. Refer to Power and Grounding Component Views in Wiring Systems.


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Inspect vacuum hoses for splits, kinks, and proper connections, as shown on Vehicle Emission Control Information label. Inspect thoroughly for any type of leak or restriction.


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Inspect the air intake ducts for being collapsed, damaged areas, looseness, improper installation, or leaking, especially between the mass air flow (MAF) sensor and the throttle body.


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Inspect for air leaks at throttle body mounting area, mass air flow (MAF) sensor and intake manifold sealing surfaces.


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Inspect the wiring harness for poor connections, pinches, cuts, or other damage.


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Inspect for loose, damaged, or missing sensors and/or components.


Really need to check sensor PID'S with a scan tool, An maybe a scope too ! PID'S are parameter identification . All the sensors operate within a set voltage parameter , like the coolant temp. sensor an if it's off it can affect fuel delivery !
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What are the signs of my 1997 mercury villager water pump to go out


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Did you actually check for voltage with a test light or digital multimeter? Did you check the ground circuit? I don't know much about your particular vehicle, but, the basics are the same, voltage and ground.
The diagram doesn't say aux, but, the basics are there.
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My truck has been sitting for a year and i live on the coast it ran fine when it was parked. i have put a brand new battery in it. when i turn on the key too startevrything seems to be in order except the...


remove all the sparkplugs and turn the engine over by just the starter for a few seconds to get oil pumping as you do this, look for any fluids to "pump" out of the spark plug holes..see if any antifreeze or oil shoots out..this liquid will stop the engine from turning over but it can be blown out..also the starter solenoid may not be working if the engine does not engage at all, try connecting a 10 ap charger to the vehicle in place of the battery,,and listen for a buzzing or humming this may indicate a rusted solid relay somewhere ..locate and replace it..what year of car...repost please..

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My 2004 X-Type suddenly went into 'Limp Home Mode' displayed 'engine fault' and 'gearbox fault' After pulling off the road I shut off the engine and remove the key and wait about...


Having a restoration shop and running several newer Jaguars I have seen similar situations. Intermittent multiple errors such as these can be caused by a low battery (or corroded connections) that "fool the computers". Also had a '99 XJ8 VDP have exactly the same issues over several months. Issue was a manufacturing fault in the sensors on the throttle body that caused the "limp home" mode - usually in stop and go traffic. Jaguar had an inspection and recall on the throttle bodies but that vehicle had gone through 3 different Jaguar dealers for service and none looked at TSB/Recall or performed the necessary checks on the throttle body. Tried cleaning the throttle several times (per Jaguar TSBs) but no change. Had to replace throttle body & problem solved (over 30,000 miles since then). Recommend making sure all air connections to throttle are clean and open and cleaning the throttle area to see if that helps.

On newer Jaguars (and other Al bodied cars) similar problems occur when the "ground" connections to the body become poor (usually through corrosion but sometimes through collisions). Connections may look perfectly normal but have high resistance. Careful when working with the connections - the posts are usually very loosely fastened to the bodies. The engine quit on a 2005 XJ8 VDP when I turned the wipers on (fortunately I was driving slow in a parking lot) because one of the forward bulkhead ground connections was corroded (looked normal but separated from body when removing the wires to clean them).

Also there occur occasional funny intermittent issues with all newer Jags that seem to be untraceable and non-reproducable computer "glitches".Good luck.

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1998 cadillac deville leaking coolant, temperature was around 196 and when leaking started temperature has gone as high as 225, what is causing this problem?


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If batteryis in good shape meaning 12 volts or higher,u need to check battery ground for cleaness & tightness @ body mounting . Also check under carriage body to engine ground. Hope this helpful

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