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Addign refridgerant to S-Type (2000)

Hello, I'm sure my 2000 S-Type (6 cyc) needs refridgerant. Where is the valve to connect the coolant hose to?

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    I DON'T KNOW WHERE TO AD THE R134 TO MY A/C JAGUAR S TYPE 2001

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You will find the connaction next to the driver wheel .you need to left the car and go under it to see the ac comprser connaction

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There is only one line which is considered a high side charge, I just went thru the headache of looking for the low line and it does not exist, I took it to a Firestone mechanical shop and they recharged the system at a reasonable price compared to what JAGUAR wanted

Posted on Aug 13, 2008

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I have a 2000 taurus can you show me how do I change the thermostat on my car


3.0L OHV Engine
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Fig. Exploded view of the water hose connection and the thermostat assembly - 3.0L OHV engines (click over pic for zoom)
  1. Drain the coolant until the level of the coolant is below the level of the thermostat.
  2. Disconnect the upper radiator hose from the water hose connection.
  3. Unfasten the three water inlet connection retaining bolts and remove the water hose connection.
  4. Remove the gasket and thermostat from the water hose connection. Discard the gasket.
To install:
  1. Clean the water inlet connection mating surfaces.
    NOTE The jiggle valve on the thermostat must be in the up position.
  2. Place the thermostat in the water hose connection making sure the thermostat jiggle valve is facing up.
  3. Install the new gasket and place the water hose connection assembly into position.
  4. Install the water hose connection assembly retainers and tighten them to 89-124 inch lbs. (10-14 Nm).
  5. Connect the upper radiator hose to the water hose connection.
  6. Fill the engine with coolant, start the engine and check for leaks.
  7. Stop the engine and top off the coolant recovery reservoir as necessary.

3.0L DOHC Engine
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Fig. Exploded view of the water inlet connection and the thermostat assembly-3.0L DOHC engines (click over pic for zoom)
  1. Drain the coolant until the level of the coolant is below the level of the thermostat.
  2. Raise the vehicle and support it with jackstands.
  3. Disconnect the lower radiator hose from the water inlet connection.
  4. Unfasten the two water inlet connection retaining bolts and remove the water inlet connection.
  5. Remove the O-ring seal and thermostat from the water inlet connection. Inspect the O-ring for damage and replace as necessary.
To install:
  1. Clean the water inlet connection mating surfaces.
  2. Install the O-ring, thermostat and the water inlet connection. Refer to the accompanying illustration If you can-t remember how the O-ring and thermostat are positioned.
  3. Install the water inlet connection assembly retainers and tighten them to 71-106 inch lbs. (8-12 Nm).
  4. Connect the lower radiator hose to the water inlet connection.
  5. Fill the engine with coolant, start the engine and check for leaks.
  6. Stop the engine and top off the coolant recovery reservoir as necessary.

Good luck (remember to rate this answer).

Apr 27, 2011 | 2000 Ford Taurus

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91 MR2 with 107 orig. miles has no compression on


if you remove the spark plug in the effected cylinder and allpy air slowly at first to let piston move if you hear air out the exhaust it a exhaust vaulve or if out intake it a intake vaulve

Nov 12, 2009 | 1991 Toyota MR2

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The heater is blowing out cold air. I changed my thermastat but still have cold air.


Make sure the heater control valve is opening and closing. This is likely under the hood near the rear of the engine. There will be coolant hoses connected to it. This valve allows hot coolant to enter the heater. If the valve fails or gets corroded shut, no hot coolant can reach the heater; and you will have no heat.

Oct 17, 2009 | 2000 Dodge Caravan

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No heat


Does the fan blow air, but it's not hot?

For a heater to operate properly, hot coolant must enter the heater core inside the car. A valve opens and closes to allow this coolant to flow and to stop it when heat is not needed. This valve is usually located close to the firewall at the back of the engine. If you had work done on the hoses, it is possible that the connections to this valve were not done properly.

If you can locate this valve, watch its operation when someone in the car turns the heat on. There is likely a cable which runs from the heating system to the valve. This cable will change the position of a lever on the outside of the valve which will either open the valve for the hot coolant to come inside or shut the coolant off. There should be at least two coolant hoses connected to this valve. This cable can get detached from the lever, and this will prevent the flow of hot coolant from coming into the heater core.

Oct 10, 2009 | 2000 Volkswagen Jetta TDI

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I have to replace teh hose between teh heater valve and teh pipe going to the heater for 2007 S Type Jaguar 6 cil


With the engine cool drain your coolant. And make the necessary repairs. This might be a good time to flush your coolant system out and replace the antifreeze. Make sure the other hose is in good shape bend it back and forth if theres craks or it's to flexable replace that hose also while you can. It will save you time in the long run. : )

May 07, 2009 | 2001 Jaguar S-Type

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My s type over heats and blows cold air please help


hey deanfuller,
Ok, ive seen this alot with this year s-type, the only problem is its always something different.

What i would do first is warm the car up, NOT TO HOT, but warm it up and start feeling hoses. Turn your heat on full blast and let the car idle. When the car is warm all your coolant hoses should be warm, check the top and bottom radiator hoses the hoses before and after the thermostat.

I mean it coolant be coolant gumming up, radiator plugged, bad thermostat, bad or plugged heater core, bad fluid valve just a ton of stuff soo its hard to say one.

But after you checking the hoses, this is what i think it is, this is just a educated guess. I think its your fluid valve not opening. This valve is located on the passenger side of the radiator all the way on the bottom. There are i think either 2 or 3 small hoses coming to and from it. Now this valve is electronically controlled so you have to get a multi meter and make sure it is getting voltage at the 2 pin connector. If it is, then you can replaced the valve.

I know this is alot, i hope this helps you out. Start with this and let me know if you need more.

Apr 18, 2009 | 2000 Jaguar S-Type

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Water pump problem?


You need to make sure you don’t have an air lock. Find the bleeder valve for the coolant system and release the air. If you can’t find the bleeder, find the highest hose for the coolant system and make sure coolant is flowing through it.

Jul 05, 2008 | 2000 Jaguar S-Type

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Replace IAC Valve for 2000 Chevy Tracker


drain coolant
pull hoses from iac
unbolt it.
ISC has wires, so press lock and pull connector

Jun 18, 2008 | 2000 Chevrolet Tracker

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