Question about 2005 Jaguar X-Type
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cold start
Obviously a sensor feeding wrong info to computer for cold start/running. Will save money in long run if you have it scanned for free at auozone, or PEP boys.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
Look for an IAC sensor (motor) Idle Air Control.
Usually located on side & front of throttle body. Not 100% sure which type you'll have but if you have pintle type (pointed end) Remove it, spray it well with throttle body cleaner as well as port it came from, and retry. If it cures it temporarily & starts to do it again, replace it.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
check your flowmeter, this electronic device moniters air/fuel mixture, commonly located on the inlet manifold near injectors
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
one of 3 things.
1 get all the air pipes checked make sure none have perished are sucking in to much air, check the undersides and all the seals for the air system.
Secondly the air mass sensor, this controls the amount of air to mix with fuel if faulty they go crazy either not sending enough air or to much. you can clean these with carb cleaner and they sometimes work again.
Lastly and most likely the fault is the EGR valve this is the Exaust Gas Recycler Valve, basically it forces unburnt fuel back into the engine to reburn, work like a little turbo kind off. when they go you loses loads of power almost to the point where the car is not drivable, again you can clean them up and sometimes will work.
these are the things you should get checked first.
Posted on Feb 28, 2010
Maybe worth having the battery checked out as cold weather can make them deterioate quite quickly.
The battery might be be loosing cca's (cold cranking amps) but still have good voltage.
Posted on Mar 06, 2010
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