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Xtype 2005, diesel 2.2 looses power as soon as you go harder on the excellerator on the open road

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Xtype jag 2005 2.0D.... floppy gearstick that wont go into any gear


Broken or loose gear mechanism between stick and gearbox.
Or broken gearbox change mechanism. Obviously the former is cheaper to repair...

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X type 06 diesel car looses allpower especially when excellerating fast. turn ignition off and back on and car works ok again.


is there any warning light or any fault come on the screen in dash stating about?
Check if you can the fuel filter or the fuel rail ?

Jan 03, 2013 | 2004 Jaguar X-Type

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2005 Ford F250 6.0 turbo diesel blows black smoke out exhaust and has no power when I try to excellerate.


1. check charge air tube,loosing boost pressure=low power and black smoke
2. check for air filter restriction,if it cant breathe it will blow smoke and run like ****
3. check for rotational drag on the turbo compressor wheel, it may be locking up causing low power and black smoke, much like cummins vgt turbo
4.oil quality,poor oil quality, ie long intervals between oil changes.
5. may have a leaking injector, not common with this style of injector but i wouldnt rule it out if nothing else checks out.....hope this helps.

Jul 21, 2012 | 2005 Ford F 250 Super Duty

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1998 F250 diesel jut quit while driving down the road.


With a diesel I'd have to look in to the fuel system. I'd check the pump first. I know from personal experience when a fuel pump dies on a fuel injected engine there is no warning... like someone reached over a turned the key off.
I hope this may have helped,
Tom

Sep 18, 2009 | 2005 Ford F 350 Super Duty

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My xtype 2005 estate diesel has some electrical fault somthing is draining the battery to nothing in two hours tried heater plugs NO tried new battery NO


Hi the most likely cause is the altenator 1 way diode has failed and is draining back through it, if you carefully touch it it will be warm when the engine is cold,there are lots of other possible causes ,you need to get it checked by an electrician sooner rather than later.could be as simple as a bad earth.

Jun 11, 2009 | 2005 Jaguar X-Type

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