Jaguar S-Type - Popular Questions, Answers, Tips & Manuals - Page 2


What I do is park the car uphill. Let it cool, open the cap, start it, and let it warm up until coolant flows in the radiator. Add coolant and let the air burp out until there is good flow with no bubbles coming up.

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English is the site language.

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First change the belt driving the compressor. Belt slippage is the number one cause of low cooing at idle or slow speeds (if the charge is OK)

2001 Jaguar... | 83 views | 0 helpful votes


POSSIBLY THE THERMOSTAT NEEDS REPLACED

2003 Jaguar... | 75 views | 0 helpful votes


change the spark plug then check for water getting in to the engine control module/connector its under the plastic housings lh side looking sat in the drivers seat it was a common problem

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common problem try doing a battery reset disconnect battery for about a minute or so if it does not work check the wiring to the unit and the fibre optic d2b connector the cd changer was not a reliable unit

2003 Jaguar... | 99 views | 0 helpful votes


the main problem with that car is corroded wiring first thing to check is the wiring behind the front bumper liner and the wiring to the fan module take off the front bumper under liner easy to get to the connectors there is 2 connectors and a small harness to the engine bay fusebox

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hi thomas.
this link might help you find out why.
2003 Jaguar Type Steering column rubbing sound Google Search

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Disconnect your battery for 3 minutes. If it doesn't. You need a scanner.

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try doing a battery reset ie. disconnect the neg terminal battery in the trunk/boot leave it 1 hour and reconnect if still not work then the changer is gone duff or the wiring/or the fibre optic d2b link has gone down

2003 Jaguar... | 104 views | 0 helpful votes


you have done something very wrong obviously.
I suggest you get a pro auto electrician round to quote for repairs before you set fire to the car.

2003 Jaguar... | 30 views | 0 helpful votes


Use the .05. And if you didn't replace the plug wires there's a good chance that it separated it when you we're taking it off. You can replace the wires or get up ohmmeter and check the continuity of the wires

2000 Jaguar... | 248 views | 0 helpful votes


I have stopped those annoying squeaks by hosing down every rubber bushing I could find using silicone spray.
Way cheaper than having the bushings replaced, unless the bushings are chunked out and dry, then maybe they need replacing.

2004 Jaguar S... | 36 views | 0 helpful votes


?????try to spell out the problem to make sense and you might get an answer

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when you replaced the pads did you make sure that the sliders were free if they are partially siezed it gives the the signal to the parkbrake module that the movement is excesive , but also at your model/year there was a prob with the parkbrake motor going bad or the wiring to it chaffed on the rear subframe try to get the fault codes out of the parkbrake module using a obd2 code reader that may have the clue to recalibrate the parkbrake disconnect the battery for 10 mins reconnect apply footbrake with ign. on and work parkbrake on/off 3or4 times

2004 Jaguar S... | 362 views | 0 helpful votes


more than likely you need an ignition coil or two. s type jags chew coils regularly if you know what I mean!
good luck and god bless.

2005 Jaguar... | 123 views | 0 helpful votes


the spare wiring is because the manufacture will use a wiring harness for the same model for differant specifications and leave the unused connectors thats not needed to install the upgrade system you have got the wiring there but you may need a power amplifier more speakers and not knowing what model stype you have you may have to have the audio head unit reprogrammed

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the fuel pump has got a 12volt constant supply the ground is pulse width modulated to control fuel pressure as its a single line supply thats why the readings you are getting

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