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The exhaust pipes are very sooty and the mpg is

2006 jaguar x-type 2.5. auto. the exhaust pipes are very sooty and the mpg is very bad, 22mpg

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Mileage is very poor on this model if it's unleaded you get this sooty look in the tailpipes

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Most likely bad o2 sensors but you should have the engine management light on. If you have get the code read, then look it up on http//:www.bluejag.co.uk

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