Question about 2002 Jaguar X-Type
Normally you would get a code for this but I would still check it out as if the fault is intermitent then you might not get a code.
Check these 3
1 EGR valve, exhaust gas recycler valve
2 air mass or MAF sensor
3 check your air pipes for any holes, poor seals or sucking in too much air, rev the engine while someone stands at the front, you can normally here any excess suction
all these could cause this fault.
Hope this helps, difficult to say without the code but these look likely.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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