Question about Jaguar XJ6
Have you had the codes checked?sounds like there might be a vacuum hose off, or an air leak behind the mass air sensor. also are you sure that you have the valve timing correct, if you have it off even 1 tooth it will cause a very rich condition. if the engine ran fine before you removed the cylinder head then i would recheck every thing i did when changing the cylinder head. check these things and get back with me.
Posted on May 17, 2011
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