Question about 2002 Jaguar X-Type
Hello! Code P1111 is pointing at a defective air temperature sensor.
Jaguar does not have a code P1647. However if the code was in the P164x area it is an effect not a cause; The air temp. sensor controls fuel flow by sensing a differential in temperature; This device is called a MAP. A small black component with two mounting bolt holes with an electrical connector. It cost around $80 if purchased at an auto parts store. Follow back from your air filter towards the intake (need to remove plastic engine cover) to locate the MAP.
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Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Code P1347 can be set for either a short to ground, short
to power, high resistance or open circuit on Oxygen Sensor for bank 2,
(HO2S21). Bank 2 is on your right when standing at the front of the
engine facing the crank, and this sensor is the first in line; before
Code p1111 - Intake Air temperature (IAI) intermittent high voltage-low temperature condition.
1. Open circuit to IAI-Check connector
2. Failed IAI
3. Open Circuit Condition
Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
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