Question about 2003 Jaguar X-Type
If you didn't do it go back and ask them what the error code(s) was, You can then look it up on http://www.bluejag.co.uk once you do that you will have a better idea of what area of the car you are having a problem with, I do not think a 'tune-up' will be enough to cure the problem, it is more likely to be a Lambda sensor fault (due to the age of the car). If it is this it's no big deal details on how to change them are on the same site.
The other option (in the short term) is to put some engine cleaner though the car Cataclean or Redex etc but make sure you buy one suitable for the car.
Sometimes this is a quick fix if the sensors are dirty, but the problem will return if it is the lamda sensor.
There are other areas that will also do this so you really need the code(s) to find out where the problems are.
Posted on Apr 12, 2011
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