Question about 2000 Jaguar S-Type
On the 4.0 v8 the valve is on the compressor itself, you need to crawl under. on the v6 the valve is on the low pressure hose also under the vehicle, low side is tha large hose of the 2 hoses, look toward the center of the car while kneeling at the left front wheel looking just behind the wheel next to a chassis tie down.
Remember the car is most likely going to need to be up off the ground, support it with jack stand for safety sake.
Posted on May 04, 2010
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