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Hi there's this website something like reliable-store and it is very amazing for manual for repairing servicing anything
someone on fixya recommended it to me and I thank him even today
They have full manuals and it's verrrrry cheap and mine
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The correct spark plug for both the normally aspirated AJ33 and AJ34 and supercharged AJ33S and AJ34S 4.2L engines is Jaguar part number AJ8 4575, which is made by NGK and is their part number IFR5N10 (7866). This is an iridium electrode plug and the gap specified by Jaguar is 0.9mm-1.0mm (0.035-0.039 in.).

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It will take about 4.5 liters if you just drained the unit and want to refill. It should take a total of 7.3 liters if completely rebuilt and no fluid remains in the torque converter.

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Check under dash for actuator module for blend door - replace if not operating.

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you fix it by figuring out why it wont open

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Get your vehicle checked by a Good mechanic as soon as possible!!!
EBD Translates as 'Electronic Brakeforce Distribution'. This means there is a problem with your brakes or the electronics controlling them. EBD is part of your Antilock Braking System.
It could be as simple as a faulty sensor or something more serious such as a failed brake caliper.

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petrol/diesel? any warning lights on. you will probably have to have a diagnostic scan to point you in the right direction. could be anything from a blocked dpf if a diesel to a blocked fuel filter.

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I take help from onli ne websites that have this service like helping in repair some like reliable-store have instant help.. others are a bit slow which I don't prefer... rest is up to u.. U can try

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Write down the name and any numbers from the front of the radio then write down the VIN and go to the dealer with proof of ownership and they will call for the code.

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disconnect the battery ,both terminals then join them together and leave for half hour .reconnect battery and it will then start ,common fault with these cars get lots of this on long term airport parking

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Run a diagnostic test with a quality obd2 scanner, this will reveal any present codes and may give you a clear explanation for your issue. It could be an ignition module, crankshaft position sensor, camshaft position sensor, etc. If you've verified no fuel pressure that's a likely sign of a bad pump as you know. What happened? What are the exact symptoms and when did they start? Or did you wake up to it being like this after it was totally normal a few hours or the day before?

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A basic rule on dash lights is,if it is red, STOP!(a serious condition).If it is yellow/orange, you can still drive.(a suggestion to get something looked at)

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doesnt have one ,on the XJ40 model its a computer type thingy located behind the radio right hand side ,and the relays burn out ,i have managed to solder some old ones in out of a relay but ? this a newer model which i havent repaired as YET ,,, but it could be in same place ? just be carefull of the ski jump when removing it ,two screws under ashtray on mine

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