Question about 1998 Jaguar XK8
I assume you mean the engine temp sensor?It is the brass nut under the grey protector
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if the coolant light is on or comes on when driving you MUST let the car cool down at lest 1 hour before doing anything, after this cool down time lift the hood [u.s.a.] or bonnet [uk] looking from the front of the car on the right hand side towards the back of the engine compartment is the coolant header tank,about 5inch square black in color [u.s.a.] colour [uk] with a large screw top and some rubber pipes coming from it,this should be topped up with coolant right to the neck of the screw cap when you remove the cap to top up the coolant unscrew it slowly as it may be under pressure you don't want hot 212F[u.s.a.] 100C [uk] coolant in your face do you.good luck.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
the part that will trigger the coolant lights is the temperature sensor, when it going bad it tend to give the computer a wrong temperature sensing and cause the light to trigger on and off. Have your temperature sensor replace. thermostats and thermostats switch is good idea to have it change every 65-75k miles in the jaguar.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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