Question about 2000 Jaguar XK
How do You remove the plastic clips to pull the hose from the air intake tube that goes to the valve cover. I want to remove the top of the air box to replace the air filter and at the same time get the plastic air intake cover out of the way to get to some coolant hoses that are leaking. I want to remove the section from the top of the air cleaner to the top of the throttle body. There are 2 bolts that connect this intake tube to the throttle body the air cleaner top is held on by metal clips that pop off but the hose to the valve cover has plastic clips surrounding the end of the hose. I don't want to break them off. Thanks for Your Time Johnny B 2000 Jag xkr
Posted by Anonymous on
Thats the part load breather pipe. you should be able to remove it by squeezing the plastic clip together by hand but it may have hardened by age making it difficult and can break be carefull not to break the stub on the cam /valve cover if in doubt cut the pipe off carefully and fit a new one. by gentle twisting/squeezing they nomally come off
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Valve Cover Gasket Kit ($13 at autozone, big box with two tubes of RTV and 11 neoprene bolt seals)
--- alternatively, you can buy the preformed gasket for about $30 - if y…
step 2Remove the intake You'll need your screwdriver to loosen up any clamps. You really only need to remove the section that bolts up to the TB -- this just makes working faster. If you d…
step 3Remove Solenoid I think its an EGR solenoid - regardless, its bolted on to the side of the valve cover. If you can unplug it - be my guest. I couldn't, so I used a socket and unbolted it.
step 4Remove Spark Plug Wires etc. Pull the wires. Also disconnect the PCV canister and breather hose.
step 5Remove Valve Cover Bolts and remove the valve cover Using the Torx bit, remove the valve cover bolts and their gasket washer ring thingies. I think they are all the same size, so no worries about keeping them in order. Th…
step 6Optional - **** out any oil If your gasket failed like mine, you're gonna need to pull some excess oil out of the plug wells. A plastic turkey baster comes in handy here :P I used a pipette - it is wh…
step 7Clean the Mating Surfaces Using the gasket scrapper, remove any and ALL of the old gasket material. Using a #1 (or maybe #2) flat head screwdriver will help get the old material out of the groove…
step 8Apply the RTV Gasket Material Follow the directions on the tube of RTV. Evenly apply a bead of RTV sealant on the valve cover. I added a little extra to the #1 and #2 spark plug well. I did this because…
step 9Put the valve cover back on This is important. Place the valve cover back on the head exactly where you want it without hitting anything. If you smear the wet RTV, you're going to have to clean it off…
step 10Final Steps Now you're pretty much done. Using your socket, replace that solenoid and any hoses you took off. Replace the intake, breather hose and PCV line. Then let your car sit f…
Posted on May 29, 2009
I see now;
do a compression check on the cylinders
this will answer the question if a lifter or, valve is damaged the cylinder pressure will be low
Posted on May 29, 2009
To many to list. Could be something as simple as a loose gas cap.
Have someone check for trouble codes with a diagnostic computer.
Double check your manual. Is this a check engine light , or a service engine soon light. The former is a sign of trouble , the later is just a reminder to have your scheduled service done.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
THEY MAKE THE SYSTEM AND HAVE INSTRUCTIONS YOU CAN DOWNLOAD.
PLEASE NOTE: NOT ALL BRANDS/MODELS OF OPENER WILL WORK WITH THIS SYSTEM.
HOPE THIS HELPS
Posted on May 26, 2010
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