Question about 1995 Jaguar XJ6
If you look by the firewall there are two hoses. They go into the heater core. When the engine is warmed up, and the heater on. Feel if both hose are equally warm. Be carefull you don't burn yourself. A valve lets the hot water circulate through the heater core therefore providing heat. Also feel if the heater core is warm under you dash on the passenger side. If it feels cold then water is not circulating. Locate the valve, which is usually vacuum operated. See if there is vacuum there when the heater is in the on position.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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