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Where does all the hose go to on the car cuz i had to take off my manifold to put one of my hoses on and i took alot off little hoses off without remember where they go and now wen i start my car it acts as if i have my foot on the gas wen itz in park i thought i just need a throttle adj but it still keeps doin that so im really asking where can i get a lay out of my engine and compoents? i have a 1991 jaguar xj6 sovereign

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  • ralphiel25 Jul 12, 2010

    thanks where is the link at

  • ralphiel25 Jul 12, 2010

    can u send tha pics to my email

  • ralphiel25 Jul 12, 2010

    the image doesnt really like similar to my car itz looks like a overseas virgin and i still cant see where all the hoses go

  • ralphiel25 Jul 12, 2010

    and is it true that i should follow the hose to where it goes cuz idk where sum of these hoses go

  • ralphiel25 Jul 12, 2010

    my car is not a v12 so idk wat i can do with this

  • ralphiel25 Jul 12, 2010

    i need more info

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Hi i had one of these unfortunatley i sold it resently, but i have 2 photos of the engine bay if you click on this link below there are 2 pictures one of the right hand side of the engine and one of the left hand side of the engine, if you righ click them and save them to your hard drive just double click them and you can then zoom into the areas that may be of some use to you, hope this helps you..if not just repost thanks

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Yours is 1991 model and 1996 repair manual for jaguar xj6 is available for $10.click this link and confirm http://www.ioffer.com/i/1993-jaguar-xj6-repair-manual-139609339 -------------- If you require service manual that is also available but that is a costly manual.Still you can check out. http://www.ioffer.com/i/jaguar-xj6-2-9-3-6-service-manual-5-vol-set-146724829 ---------- Thanks.

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Hi.

I am trying to upload the service manual with pics and diagrams. I will be able to send the link in about 30 minutes. Thanks for waiting.

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Hi here is the correct pic for your vehicle,


where does all the hose go to on the car - 5cf4a52.jpg
If you need more information just let me know.

Thanks

Jason

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  • ralphiel25 Jul 13, 2010

    do u have any other pics like that ? that show where the emission hoses go

  • ralphiel25 Jul 13, 2010

    and wat does the numbers stand for

  • Jason Maurirere
    Jason Maurirere Jul 13, 2010

    Ok,



    You will find that if you look at the little pipes which the little vacum hose's came off, that most of them are actually going into the same manifold or pipe on the intake manifold area.



    So even if you did get some of them on the wrong pipe the system will still operate because all they are needing is the vacum to operate what ever they are operating.



    However if you have pulled them off the other ends where all the solenoids etc and modules are then you have a problem.



    Can you tell me how many hose are not connect or that you pulled off?



    Are they just the hose's up in the engine bay area?

  • Jason Maurirere
    Jason Maurirere Jul 13, 2010

    1. Purge canister

    2. EVAC valve

    3. Vacum intake port

    4. Inlet manifold

    5. One way vacum valve

    6. Vacum hose.



    This pic is of the Emmision and Purge canister hose connections, from the fuel tank vents.

  • ralphiel25 Jul 13, 2010

    i think that i have pulled them off the evacs and solenoids cuz one of the hoses goes next to the fuel pression regulator hose and then blow that is a solenoid and i dont kno wat hoses go on dat and there is a hose that looks like number 5 wit a another little hose connected to it but i dont kno where they go

  • ralphiel25 Jul 13, 2010

    i think itz 2 but it seems like sum hoses are missing

  • Jason Maurirere
    Jason Maurirere Jul 13, 2010

    Ok,

    You need to start up the car, and the hoose's that are disconnected, check to see if they have suction or are blowing. They should all have suction, if they are vacum hos's.



    Then if they are sucking, all the solenoid or valves that don't have hose's conected put the hose's on that will fit or get to them.



    Try this and let me know what happens.

  • Jason Maurirere
    Jason Maurirere Jul 15, 2010




    Hi,



    Here is a more better diagram for you, if you need more information let me know.



    Thanks



    Jason

  • Jason Maurirere
    Jason Maurirere Jul 15, 2010

    Here is the second part to it.








    Hope this helps.

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Its possible that you can find in the Component Locations section in autozone.com (free register).

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  • ralphiel25 Jul 12, 2010

    i went on there it said where sumthings were located

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You have to follow the Diagrams and illustrations in that Haynes Manual. That is the only way you are going to get those hoses in the correct locations. There is a Vacum Diagram in the back of the Haynes Manual that directs you to all the various vacum connections. If you don't get those correct your engine won't run correctly and if you don't get that 1/2 inch hose connected to the master brake cylinder you won't have any brakes. The problem you have at start up is too much vacum on one of the throttle control lines or the choke is stuck in the closed position.

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  • ralphiel25 Jul 12, 2010

    how do i unstick it and u said there is diagram at tha bac of the book

  • James Young Jul 12, 2010

    There is a vacum diagram in the back of the Haynes repair Manual. As far as unsticking the choke is concerned it all depends on why it is sticking. If it is vacum controlled it could be because you have a vacum line connected wrong and you are getting too much vacum where if it's a spring operated choke you may be able to get it to release by popping the accelerator once or twice till it releases. What I mean by this is start the engine, Jam the accelerator to the floor and immediately release it. My guess is you have a Rochester carburetor which works on vacum spring concept. If its dirt that is sticking the choke you can clean it with carburetor cleaner. In rare instances you need to be more extreme with them and actually clean the carburetor by dis-assembly but I would look at this as a last resort. Without actually standing over the engine and seeing what you are seeing it is virtually impossible for any of us to say what you have connected right and what you have connected wrong. All I can do is recommend places for you to look to get a picture or guidance on how to reconnect the lines.

  • ralphiel25 Jul 12, 2010

    oka thanks

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Since there are a lot of pipes there all i can say to you is to buy this repair  manual and find what is out of place and fix it.
http://www.haynes.com/products/productID/218

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  • ralphiel25 Jul 12, 2010

    i have a repair book but i can see where all tha hoses go

  • Azrael SRL Jul 12, 2010

    If your repair manual doesn't show you where all the hoses go then it's a bad manual, get rid of it, replace it with a better one. And btw your problem is caused by air going directly in the admission manifold, bypassing the throttle valve.


  • ralphiel25 Jul 12, 2010

    i have the exact manual that u put in your first message i just see anything about where they go

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