Question about 2003 Jaguar S-Type
The fans are running trying to cool down the engine. Check and make sure cooant is full and start the car with radiator cap off and leave car warm up to make sure coolant is flowing. If the coolant starts to shoot out of the radiator, shut off and leave the car cool down and replace the thermostat. Then receck if you have no flow or it still runs hot have the radiator flow checked it could be clogged.
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