Question about 2002 Jaguar X-Type
Below the radiator you will see a hose on the passenger side. Yes, you will have to remove the lower tray to access this. The lower hose attached to the radiator has a plastic drain plug attached to the bottom of the hose. Unscrew with a slotted scewdriver counterclock wise to drain the radiator. It will drain faster if you remove the cap from the expansion tank on the drivers side.
Posted on Jan 12, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it's a tilt front end. You just pull the front clip off. All you have to do is disconect the wireing at the conecter. Lower the hood back down,and remove the hinge bolts. Then find a friend to help lift it off.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
The lower port is located on the larger of the two lines going in/out of your A/C compressor (the lines are silver tubes and your compressor will have a belt of some sort attached to it). You can also tell which is the lower port because that line will be cool/cold while the high side port line is smaller and will be warm/hot while the A/C is running on max.
Posted on May 17, 2009
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Drain the cooling system. Detach the air conditioning line .Raise the vehicle. Remove the lower radiator splash shield. The splash shield is equipped with hinges which should be treated with care on removal. Remove the radiator splash shield. Detach the securing clips. Remove the radiator splash shield. Seal the line and the evaporator with plugsDetach the air conditioning line. Detach the lower coolant hose. Remove the air conditioning condenser. Remove the securing screws. Vehicles with manual transmission, cable tie the cooling radiator. Detach the automatic transmission/power steering cooler. Remove the securing screws. Detach the automatic transmission/power steering cooler. Lower the vehicle. Remove the radiator foam trim. Remove the radiator. To install, reverse the removal procedure.
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
There is a clamp that you lift up to release the hose on the radiator and a standard clamp where it connects to the plastic T tubing part of your thermostat housing. That should do it for you. Just wiggle the hose out. To reinstall, leave the spring clamp down on the radiator to here it when it locks in place. The connection to the T tubing is standard with the release clamp, no explanation needed there.
Posted on Jan 12, 2011
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