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I have problem with my jag. He dont accelerate well, a cant diagnose via WDS or IDS bc nobody got this device in my area. Here is an Video, my english isnt perfect , so write to me simply as u can, cheers

https://files.fm/u/taem8eqv
 
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Welcome to the forum trycons,

You probably don't need anything as sophisticated as WDS / IDS can you get a simple OBD reader and check for codes.

Make sure the battery is fully charged and in good condition before doing much more.
 
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Hi Norri,
no check engines light, OBD reader showing no codes, Battery is new, 100% good.
 
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Do you have a P1111 code?
The car sounds like a tractor in the video. Does the check engine light illuminate when you switch on the ignition to pos 1?
The DSC not available warning is often a sign of a poor battery, do you get any other warnings?
 
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Quite often misfires don't set a DTC (Diagnostic Trouble Code). The engine may have oil leaking into the spark plug wells causing the coil units to short creating the misfires.

May also be running lean due to the collapsed breather hose under the lower inlet manifold.
 
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DSC warning is becouse steering angle sensor fault. Battery is replaced to new one. I got cruise control warning too, but no DTC's on OBD.


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Hello, spark plugs are changes for new, same as new gaskets , OEM Jaguar for this model, "May also be running lean due to the collapsed breather hose under the lower inlet manifold" - where can i find this hose and how it looks ?
 
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DSC warning is becouse steering angle sensor fault. Battery is replaced to new one. I got cruise control warning too, but no DTC's on OBD.
trycons...Just because a battery is 'new' doesn't mean it's fully charged. What is the voltage across the terminals when checked with a voltmeter?

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Hello, spark plugs are changes for new, same as new gaskets , OEM Jaguar for this model, "May also be running lean due to the collapsed breather hose under the lower inlet manifold" - where can i find this hose and how it looks ?
Lower breather hose should be replaced along with the upper and lower inlet manifold gaskets. Hose can be found here:

https://www.sngbarratt.com/uk/#!/Eng...a-6a9ad3966d66
 
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Battery voltage is 12,6 when car is off, when i start a car is 14,8

When i take down inlet collector to replace hose, should i buy again gaskets for upper and lower inlet ?
 
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It's always a good practice to not reuse gaskets.
 
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So, in sum, im buying this hose and gasket , replacing them .
Now, what i have to do about this oil in spark plugs wells, how can check and fix it?
What i remember is my 2 sparks plugs was little in oils but coils was clean
 
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You should always have either P1000 or P1111 are all the monitors showing as set?

You will need cam cover gaskets to cure the oil leaking into the plug wells.
 
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i got just p1000,
Can u link me this gasket i need to fix it ?
 
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If you are removing the intake manifold, the spark plugs and valve cover gaskets on the right bank should be replaced as a matter of course. Some owners have also replaced the coil-packs on this bank at the same time, as access with the manifold in place becomes problematical and costly.
 
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You should probably add the IMT orings to the list "while you are in there" C2S40669
The cam cover gaskets are XR851930 Right and C2S34512 Left + 2 spark plug seals XR847907

P1000 indicates a fault if you don't have a code you will soon or should.
 
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Its my check list, should i add something else?
 

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How many kilometres are on the vehicle?

Spark plugs - C2S46895 X 6

Coil units are VIN-specific and should be replaced with spark plugs, especially on Bank 1 due to position of the upper inlet manifold.

Upper and lower inlet manifold gaskets are VIN-specific and six are required of each.
 
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about 112000km, VIN is M57+
 
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Ignition coils C2S42673 X 3 or X 6.
 
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i will start with this things u write, thanks guys, if u got another idea's what i can do just write i will check it
 
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Upper manifold plenum gaskets XR843536 x 6

Does the face lift V6 still have the elbow under the plenum?
 

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