Question about 1989 Jaguar XJ6
I would replace the O2 sensor on general principles and have a look at the screen sensor for the air flow sensing unit just ahead and slightly right of the coolant tank and behind and in line of the air filter housing. That little screen and its readings along with the O2 sensor and various other sensors can really mess up the idle and fuel consumption. The little sensor screen can be washed and cleaned of **** with alcohol and it will work as new. the O2 sensor needs a lot more persuasion
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
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