Question about 2002 Jaguar X-Type
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: booster vacuum hose
Locate the hose... it has to be one that can withstand the vacuum imposed on it, so that it does not collapse when their is vacuum to it which in this case is pretty much all the time. if you are not sure where the hose is.... look for your master cyclinder ... the large round metal can behind it next to the firewall. if you are not buying a direct replacement hose... take the old one off and take it to a auto shop or hardware store... get one a little longer then you need keeping in mind if you have to cut it you can't fix a hose that has been cut to short. there is a special tool for taking the clips off. tho you can usually just use a pair of pliers to squeeze the two metal tabs together as you move it back from the connection.
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Posted on Sep 21, 2008
SOURCE: jaguar s-type 2000 V6, car stops
I had the same problem it would run good in the freeway but if I slowed down it would turn off. If I was driving in the city same thing good until I hit a light. I took it to a mechanic and it had a leak. One of the boots close to the firewall was split open and was observing air. He told me that the only place it should be absorbing air thru is thru the air filter.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
My Jag had the same problem. It was the upper and lower intake manifold seals. Buy the aftermarket FelPros and save big money. Change them yourself and save even more. It's not that hard.
Posted on Jan 15, 2011
SOURCE: DTC'S ARE PO171 AND ENGINE
Jaguar S Type MY 2004:
DTC fault code (EOBD Code): P0171 - Fault location = System too lean, bank 1. (Bank 1 is the right side of the car "V" cylinder block).
Probable cause: Intake / exhaust leak, air system, MAF / VAF sensor, fuel pressure / fuel pump, injector(s), heated oxygen sensor HO2S.
1. Check for air leaks on the intake and exhaust systems. Repair & replace bad pieces if necessary.
2. Check the air system components - harness, connections.
3. Check and replace if necessary MAF / VAF sensor. MAF = Mass Air Flow, VAF = Volume Air Flow, sensor.
4. Check the fuel pressure. Replace the fuel pump and injectors if necessary.
5. Check and replace if necessary the bank 1 heated oxygen sensor HO2S.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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