Question about 1994 Jaguar XJ6
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I have had a similar problem, when the wire from the coil to the cap worked it out from the coil just enough to lose contact. It stayed on the coil but the inner wire was out just far enough and looked normal. If your plugs are fouled the air flow sensor may be failing as well. I would clean the outer sensor screen well with a good solvent that leaves no residues and also check for good contact for the wire into the distributor cap.
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1 Inertia switch activated
2 Throttle Limp Home mode
3 Engine starts and stumbles
4 Engine fail to start
5 Engine stall
If none of the five conditions occur, check: Inertia switch to ECM circuit:
short circuit to B+ voltage Inertia switch failure
You can check the Inertia switch status on the Instrument cluster Diagnosis, see http://www.bluejag.co.uk
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