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My 1994 jaguar 4.0 motor died going around a corner and hasnt run since .i checked the inertia switch is okim geting power to the oxygen sensor relay for about half a second then nothingthen it drops out.i tested the relay with an outside souce and tests ok.i was getting coolant sensor fault code.but it ohmed out ok and had proper voltage to it spark plugs were carboned up and compression was ok 150 psi.i dont believe its getting fueli changed the fuel filterbut when i loosen the line in too the pressure regulator nothing comes out. Any ideas

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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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