Question about 1994 Jaguar XJ6
Jet wash the engine and now missing and cuts out
Problems such as this (missing) on gasoline engines is due to water seeping into the rubber boot/protector/cover of the sparkplugs. Corrective measures would require that said rubber boots be removed (one at a time) and compressed air sprayed to clear out the moisture/water. Additionally, the same could be done to the distributor cap, all the high tensions wires (and the ignition coil if exposed and not internal).
Cutting out would be more of a air/fuel contamination problem, water might have gotten in to the air filter and is being sucked into the engine combustion chamber. In this case, it would be necessary to remove the air filter to clean and ensure that no water is inside the air filter basin.
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