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Rough idle. Slow off the line. Also, after a car wash my jaguar s type tries to die while driving. Cleaned the fuel system couple weeks ago. It did nothing to impove the problem.

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This has got to do with the electrics and for sure since you had done the wash. There seems to be some water logging in the firing systme of the car. So use a good pressurised air to blow into to clean out any traces of water or moisture in the elctrical section.
Check if water into coils, ECM ,Sensors , remove and clean and the fault must disappear or ELSE the water must have shorted some electronics.

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