Question about 2000 Jaguar S-Type
My 2005 jaguar s-type supercharge is blowing warm air but only on the outer vents. i have been to three different dealers & they are all asking me to replce different parts no one is sure which parts to replace, they are just guessing, so why should i put money into a guess...any ideas?
I worked for a jag franchise dealer and one off the issues with your vehicle was just what your are asking for help. the factory came out with a fix and it was to renew all the servo motors on the climate unit cos its got a dual system and the prob is the fascia vents then its the fascia vent servo motor has failed is the centre vent the same?
Posted on Feb 14, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a 2004 S
I had the same problem and found that this is caused by the Dual heater Control Valve malfunctioning.
The DHCV can be purchased at Rock Auto Parts for around 150.00 and can be replaced in around 30 minutes. This valve controls the hot water flow for the heater core for each side of the passenger compartment and when it fails, it's default is "open" which allows the hot water to flow freeley for whatever side failed. It is located on the passenger side front about 6 inches down from the top of the radiator. You will need some patience and some mechanical skill to replace it but its not terrible.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
check for hot water, check for power to blower, do a little work yourself before asking questions, if you can't do this then you really need help
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
Hi there is a, dual valve down on the right side of the radiator to split the heat to each side. are the pipes hot where they enter the car be careful D
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
here is what you do. look on the passenger side front near the bottom of the radiator. there you will see the dccv or dual coolant control vavle. it will have your two heater hoses running to it and another hose from the radiator under it . once you have identified it , feel and look around it for any signs of leaking. barring any leaks, disconnect the connector, turn the ac/engine on and usining a tester , test for voltage on each of the three wires.if both outer wires have no current ( the middle wire yellow- will have current) then your problem is the control panel. if the control panel is not a navigation it is possible to easily repair it. replacing it can run from 600.00 to 1500.00 depending on who you goe to. oh by the way its still some data that you aint looked at. holla back if you need more help or a repair of the a/c control panel.
Posted on May 07, 2009
My car just had that same exact problem took it to the shop and they found that there was a short on the ac circuit board so they put a jumper on it and this solved the problem and checked to make sure the proper fuse was the proper size.
Posted on May 22, 2009
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