Question about 1995 Jaguar XJ6
The car you have is the jag x300 series the main probs with this car are the lambda sensors and/ or the catalysts and you will get high emissions. to help sort this out you need someone with ids or wds software to help to check the fault codes or monitor the live data the ign timing is controlled by the ecu lower rh A post! its not adjustable
Posted on Nov 20, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1994 Jag XJ^ No Start
If the car started and then stopped and if you have ruled out the fuel system(make sure you do have fuel pressure and your not chasing your tail) then it could be one of 2 items.
First i would replace the cap and rotor, I have had cars that ran fine then died and after replacing the cap and rotor have been perfect.
the other common issue with this model is water in the gas. The fuel filler drain gets clogged which allows water in teh gas tank, when the car sits it seems the mixture will allow the car to run then boom, it will die and not restart.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
hello,I will try and help you with this problem.Check the battery and connections.The battery might have enough volts,but no amps,and this would cause your problem.You may have to have it load tested too find this out.Also the alternator needs to be checked to see if it is charging correctly.If all this is good,check the neutral safety switch.If I can be of service,let me firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
If the brake lines and fluid is clear then you may have to look at the brake booster found at the other end of the brake pedal under the hood...
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
SOURCE: will not crank
Naw, not really odd. That usually happens when there is a bad batt ground connection. Remove and clean the battery cables, pay close atention to the negative cable. snug them down and make sure the post is not broken where the bolt goes if it is a side terminal battery. Good Luck_Ned_
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
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