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Old 01-01-2019, 04:26 PM
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Had trouble figuring out the dinamics of the tensioner too !
where can I find all that good info ?
 
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Gonna drive this Jag on 226 F until someone gives me an answer
 
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Had trouble figuring out the dinamics of the tensioner too !
where can I find all that good info ?
Go to the stickies page... multitude of info there...did you find the previous leak and does the radiator tank have a black plastic bleed screw...I am not real familiar with the 3 liter engine....check on jagrepair.com....alot of info there also
 
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If you don't have the Workshop Manual for your X200, you can download it here:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/jp6343385h...e_FSM.pdf?dl=0

Hopefully you used an OEM thermostat and the housing is fitted correctly.

Review the bleed procedure for getting air out of the cooling system. Also use the information Brutal provided on the other thread you started.
 
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Gonna drive this Jag on 226 F until someone gives me an answer
Um, this sounds like the equivalent of threatening to hold your breath until you turn blue. Not going to help you much. Not everybody can reply right away. Patience, please.

 
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Alright Alright

Gentlemen , how’s That for my average running on idle temps in Fahrenheit ?
 
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Something's weird. Fuel trims 0 (why?) and 6 DTCs. What are they???

OL-FAULT is also bad news.

Be afraid.

No idea why you're asking about temperature when the car's in the worst distress I've seen for months or years.

Can you not find a proper tech and fast before you write the car off?
 

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+` on misfire(s) and other DTCs.

IAT is for the inlet air temperature, not coolant or in the case of the 3.0 litre, cylinder head temperature (CHT).

Why are STFTs and LTFTs at 0.0?
 
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What do you think ?
 
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You're ignoring the posts telling you what to do.
Posting more pics but ignoring people is just wasting your and our time.
 
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Okay then , let me put it to you like this
the readings on the computer vary depending on idle and drive mode so the second and DIFFERENT set of pictures is what it showed me on drive
>>>>> OL FAULT vs CL FAULT
>>>>>SHRTFT&LNGFTzero vs SHRTFT&LNGFT18.5&19
And since I’m kinda grateful to this community for heads up with overheating issues that I had no clue about , I’m also keeping my cool replying to the ‘weird’ comments
Do you understand me now , ‘JagV8’ ?
 

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You need to find and fix the cause(s) of the Open Loop. The ECM is compensating by making the mixture extremely rich. If you don't find and correct the air leak(s) and misfire(s), catalyst damage is the result.

If the MIL is flashing, catalyst damage is occurring.

What DTCs are stored? Post them here so suggestions on corrective actions can be given.
 
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Originally Posted by JaguarJacks View Post
Okay then , let me put it to you like this
the readings on the computer vary depending on idle and drive mode so the second and DIFFERENT set of pictures is what it showed me on drive
>>>>> OL FAULT vs CL FAULT
>>>>>SHRTFT&LNGFTzero vs SHRTFT&LNGFT18.5&19
And since I’m kinda grateful to this community for heads up with overheating issues that I had no clue about , I’m also keeping my cool replying to the ‘weird’ comments
Do you understand me now , ‘JagV8’ ?
As I said you're ignoring people e.g. posts #28 & 29.

Taking yet more pics just wastes more time.
 
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Read the codes and post them...looks like car is keeping system in open loop fuel control...codes will give us more pinpoint info...pics show you have definite problem, but now need the dtc codes
 
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That a few hours past erasing the codes to refresh
 
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Check / change the O2s. It can't do anything right with the engine if they're bad.
 
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I’ve already changed a couple of O2 sensors or the drivers side not too long ago (paying attention to the random codes while the Lshape hose under intake manifold has been busted)
 

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