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Where is thermostat located on a 2003 jag x-type 3.0

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Follow the top hose to the head and it should be their ,straight six engine ,the V6 not sure about have not had to do one as yet

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How do I lock the trunk on a 2003 jag s type when the trunk latch won't catch?

That Junk Jag for you. Adjust the catch of the truck lid, and try again. Otherwise replace the trunk latch.

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Why is my car overheating?

What can YOU do IF you have no vehicle experience?

Not much

IF-- the only place coolant doesn't go
Then a failed Thermostat

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Where is the thermostat on the 2004 x type jag located

its located at the right end of the of the air box where the t shaped connection comes together and goes downward.You will see it at the end of the on a triangled flange help by 3 bolts and the piping....

Sep 04, 2011 | 2004 Jaguar X-Type

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My 2003 jag s type r is over heating and the fan is staying on for a long period of time. Can you tell me exactly where the thermostat is located?

your thermostat is sticking and is causing the ecu to give a overheating code.Change it immediately...its located at the front of the engine inside the coolant piping that comes together like a y....It has 3 torque head screws holding it one...They sell the thermostat at autozone and discount auto may have a small copper insert with a bee bee inside it..just remove the copper piece and it will fit perfectly...temp range is 184-193 as specified by jaguar...Good luck and keep me posted.

Aug 12, 2011 | 2003 Jaguar S-Type

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No heat, cooling fan seems to run long after car is shut off. 2003 Jag X Type

Bad thermostat, the cooling fan relay is doing its job perfectly: it's turning the fans on at the engne control module's request, since your engine is running too hot.

Same thing happen on one 2004 X-Type. They found out that it is the antfreeze, not have enough antifreeze, because it was leaking from the pipes that lead to the radiator. The clamps on the car are not very strong, and can loosen. Check for those pipes. I bought some nice clamps that have a screw on it so you can screw it as tight as you need.

Basicly check the coolant level before you replace any thermostats or sensors, if the level is okay I'll go with a thermostat.

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Jan 04, 2011 | 2003 Jaguar X-Type

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X type jag, gearbox fault on dash, runs ok

You need to go to your local auto electician,to plug in scanner
This will locate fault before it gets worse

Jul 05, 2010 | 2003 Jaguar X-Type

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2003 X-Type: i want to buy a 2003 jaguar xtype with only 41,000...

I purchased very similar here in the UK £4800 (trade) two years ago, only problem so far has been O2 sensor failure which I replaced myself but was still fairly expensive. Other than that car has been good. Check for Jag service history

May 16, 2010 | 2003 Jaguar X-Type

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Taking a shot at this, I'd replace the thermostat. If it is partially open at idle it would allow enough coolant to pass through, but at higher revs, that slight allowance may not be enough to keep the engine cool.
It's inexpensive and easy enough to replace.
I hope this helps... Good luck!

Jun 18, 2008 | 2003 Jaguar S-Type

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