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2001 Jaguar S Type that has a #6 cylinder misfire and oil on that coil.

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The oil may be causing the misfire,you will need to replace the valve cover gasket and sparkplug tube seals, the oil leaks in from the tube seals,also make sure to clean hole out after the repair and make sure the coil is still good, you may have to replace the coil boot if its soaked with oil,

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Hi i have a s type 3.0v6 and i need to no where the sixth cylinder is cause the dianostic computer says thats the problem thanks

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SOURCE: Had codes run on my 2001 Jaguar s-type 4.0. Was

  • Below is the firing order. As you look at the engine from the front #6 is on the right side second cylinder from the front.

  • This is a coil on plug set up. That means the wires wont just pull up like some engines. There will be a bolt (probably 8mm or 10mm) that will need to be removed then the coil can be removed up and out. At this point the spark plug will be removable with a deep socket and a ratchet.

  • The misfire could be the plug, coil wire or a crack in the coils.
  • Some things to try is replacing that plug and clear the code and see if it returns.
  • Swap coil wires and see if the code follows the placing of the coil wire that was on # 6.
  • Swap the coil packs and see if the code switches to the other side of the engine.

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  • Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa.

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  • Below is the firing order. As you look at the engine from the front #6 is on the right side second cylinder from the front.

  • This is a coil on plug set up. That means the wires wont just pull up like some engines. There will be a bolt (probably 8mm or 10mm) that will need to be removed then the coil can be removed up and out. At this point the spark plug will be removable with a deep socket and a ratchet.

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  • Some things to try is replacing that plug and clear the code and see if it returns.
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  • Swap the coil packs and see if the code switches to the other side of the engine.

ironfist109_88.png


  • If you have any comments please feel free to leave them here.
  • Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa.

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