Question about 2002 Jaguar X-Type
You most likely have a vacuum leak. This is a common problem. The easiest leak areas are break booster, PCV hose and IMT seals. The more complex are the upper and lower intake manifold seals. These are still fairly simple to replace. I replaced my upper seals and still had a problem so I replaced lower seals and that corrected it. I forgot to reinstall the fuel rail sensor so I had to take it apart a third time. I can now do it in under 20 min. You might want to change your plugs while you have the intake manifold off.
Posted on Jan 05, 2011
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