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I have a jaguar x type 05 plate. it has started jerking when i have low revs and lots of black smoke coming out of exhaust when i excelerate...any ideas?

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I have the same problem I was inform by my jaguar dealer that it was the egr valve costs about £63.00 plus fitting

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