Question about Jaguar S-Type
You have done everything I would do at the shop except for one thing, this is to take the car to a shop with a gas analyzer and have the cooling system checked for combustion gases in the cooling system, this test is best performed cold, U don't always have coolant in the oil when a head gasket is blown, in fact it is something I only saw on a few cars, the reason that an engine overheats so quickly with leaking head gaskets is this, combustion gases get pushed into the cooling system during the power stroke, this forms gas bubbles and gas doesn't transfer heat away from the engine, so have the test run to see if this is the case, based on my experience with Jags 4.0 it Will be the problem.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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