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Perhaps the a.c. needs 're charging

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SOURCE: 02 Jaguar S Type - Heater blowing cold air

Has the vehicle overheated recently, if not there is a failure of the Coolant from engine valve controller, that measures flow through the Heater Matrix. Come back with more, as necessary.
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SOURCE: 2006 jaguar x type no heat AC works great. When I

I don't have that much experience with jaguars, but I do with your problem. If your controls are working properly, ie goes to defrost, floor, vent. then the blend door motor is not working. It is usually located in the middle of the car, behind the control panel, You might be able to access it from the passenger side. two or three screws hold it on. If you can get to it, I would pull the wire plug and put it back in to see if it is a bad connection first. If not then replace the motor.
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I have had a similar probelm in my Jaguar. the problem is the hot/cold destripution valve. It is stock and it need to be replaced.

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SOURCE: 2001 JAGUAR S TYPE AC BLOWING HOT AIR. HAD FREON

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Other than Freon and compressor there are other causes related to car AC not blowing hot air. It is also common that the radiator or the condenser is clogged up with bugs, dust and dirt, or road debris and trash. Get it cleaned. Hope it helps. Also if you think your car air conditioning is not blowing cold enough the first step is to check the output temperature at the center duct with a thermometer. Make sure the recirculation or max air mode is selected and the blower is on low speed. 40 - 50 degrees is perfect. On hot humid days here in south Florida 55 degrees is welcomed. Step 2 is to have a professional connect a manifold gauge set and get some high and low side pressure readings. With these readings a logical path of diagnosis can get your AC blowing cold as it should be.

Please check this link to read the article to have a detailed idea related to your issue:-


http://www.cartechhome.com/2008/07/your-car-air-conditioning-system-is.html


http://www.aa1car.com/library/ac_no_cooling.htm


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