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No one ever said new means good. Try another thermostat. Make sure it is the recommended temp for the vehicle. I would spend the extra money to buy a dealer thermostat. What controls temp is restriction of flow thru the system until a set temperature is reached and the thermostat opens. Has to be a thermostat.
You would need to figure out if it is a cooling problem or something producing extra heat in the engine. Is the radiator fan pulling enough air thru the condenser and radiator ? Is the fan coming on and also when the ac is on and when the engine reaches 220 degrees ? Is it possible the exhaust has a restriction somewhere ?
What problem? You replaced the intake gaskets and got the distributor on the wrong cam tooth? Now the check engine light is on for cam/crank correlation? So you need to know how to retime the distributor?
I'm guessing they mean the cooling system. It is a good idea with any engine to have it flushed periodically. Permanent antifreeze is not permanent. It needs to be repaced regularly and it is a good idea to flush the system to clean out loose gunk when you do this. Unless Jaguar says NOT to do it, it should be done especially if it has never been done on your car. Hope this helps.