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1998 Jaguar XJ8 won't rev over 3000 rpm ... Wont go beyong 3000 Revs s type 2001, wont go beyond 3000 Revs and it' in limp ... Question about 2002 X-Type ... My jaguar xjr8 year 2000 battery went dead started car went for short drive back ...
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1998 Jaguar XJ8 won't rev over 3000 rpm ... engine cuts out and shudders at 3000 rpm won't accelerateobd code p0332 2002 jaguar x type 3.0 l P0332 - Knock ... Car is boging out in park and will not go over ... driving, don't worry about it.
WITH MOTOR RUNNING REMOVE ONE PLUG LEAD AT A TIME (INSULATED PILERS) MOTOR SHOULD REACT IF GOOD , IF ENGINE SPEED DOES NOT DROP ITS A FAULT AT THAT CLY, TRY NEW SPARK PLUG 1ST THEN LEAD, ALSO CHECK FOR ANY FAULTS OR SHORTING OF THE PLUG LEADS, COIL PACKS. (MORE NOTACABLE IN DAMP CONDITIONS) THESE CARS NEED TOP QUALITY PLUGS, OR THEY WILL ALL FAIL UNDER LOAD,
I have a 2006 Jaguar 2006 which has been serviced recently. The problem I have is when I get to 65 mph plus, the car starts juddering. This is not through the steering wheel and I have had the wheels balanced and aligned. Any ideas ?
I recently starting having this problem also (only code p0305/308). That code means "miss-fire" on #2 cylinder. The #2 cylinder is the nearest cylinder on the right (closest to front of car on drivers side) if you are standing in the front of the car.
hi i worked on engines most of my life and done conversions and my advice would be to anybody thats not used to doing this type of job is leave well alone stick with the oridginal engine as you will find it will not be straight forward and its a big enough job to start with i know these are not best engines stick a quality oil in and change filter regular yates210456
this is a old model and it should have a cold start valve or it should have a coolant temp sensor, replace the colant temp sensor which is usualy located on the thermostat housing or on the intake manifold and this will sove the clod start problema!!