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X-TYPE. Sedan and Estate (Wagon). 2.0 L, 2.5 L and 3.0 L Gasoline; ... Front Wheel Bearing and Wheel Hub (60.25.03) .... Yaw Rate Sensor (86.56.57) - 2.0L Duratorq-TDCi/2.0L NA V6 - AJV6/2.5L NA ..... Engine Oil Pressure (EOP) Sensor ...... Torque specifications are shown in the torque specifications chart located at the ...
Their is a fault with the electronics on the vehilces electrical circuits. This will bring up the malfunction indicator light, you will need to see a dealer with an electronics reader to find out what this fault code is meaning. Most dealers will read it for free, and then charge for the repair from that point. If it is an orange light, just get it to a dealer when you are able to. If it is a red light, avoid driving it and get to a dealer ASAP. this will prevent any possible further electrical damage and any other mechanical damage from what ever the fault maybe. Also, their is a safety issue if the fault is relating to a safety feature of the car. It is hard to pin point an exact fault and exact cost. Cost will vary with the type of fault and repair required. Goodluck!
You might check this site out for Jag codes. Oxygen sensors can be a sticky job, they're screwed into exhaust and can literally weld themselves in place. Plus in most cases you need special wrench/socket to get around the sensor. (they can be a real pain)
Hi ti sounds to me like its cutting out as soon as the engine reaches near normal running temp if this is the case then it will start again after its cooled down for a minute or two if this matches your problem then it points towards the oxygen sensor failing as these only start working when the engine reaches a certain temp.
but to be sure you would need to have the codes read at a garage as you could throw money at it and find out its something else.
it does sound like oxygen sensor but it could also be a blocked vac hose running around the engine getting the codes read will give you a clear idea of what the problem is, most garages will read them for free but you will need to check first.
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Maybe get your local garage to use their scanner and read the fault codes. Then progress from there as the fault will become clear. But from experience the s-type often suffers from oxygen sensor problems
catalyst temperature sensor failure ,whats causing the sensor to go wrong?? most likely cause is a weak mixture ,or burning water ?? loss of coolant ?? Try fitting a bosch sensor and not a cheap chinese one.also look at the old sensor to determine if its white and burnt .failing which a ford garage who can adjust the mixture with the ECU unit
The Glow plug coming on, and the car going into limp home mode, is a default safety feature that occurs when the engine management system picks up any kind error message from the many sensors now used on the car. I've found the glow plug light problem with my Jag, it was the air filter. Apparently Jaguar servicing change it every 3rd service (not a good idea). I changed mine, it is a new car. I had the EPR valve cleaned and a major diagnostic carried out by a local garage (who had the Jag diagnostic software). It turns out I also need a new Turbo; the actuator is sticking (£759.00 plus 3 hours labour). But hey, the main limp home mode problem is fixed and I can drive my Jag confident it will accelerate when press the gas.