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Default p0301 to p0304, p1313, p1316, RP, please help.

Hi, after 3 weeks of ownership my 2k Jaguar xk8 with 65000 miles is giving me the
following codes: Code p0301, p0302, p0303, p0304, p1313, p1316 and
Restricted Perf.

P0301to P0304 is misfire I would like to know what do all
these codes means together. Now its obviously running very bad.

If you have had any of these problems I would really appreciate your help.

I have poured a bottle of techron in it and drove about 30 miles
but it's not better,

I have erased the codes but they came back right away.

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sounds like you secondary chain has jumped. You will have to remove the passenger side cam cover to see it . Probably your old tensioner caused it. Falling apart and giving no tension on the chain. Causing it to jump . The more you drive the more
$ will cost you
 
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Old 02-24-2009, 10:23 AM
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Default Tech needed in Phoenix AZ

I just arrived in Mesa AZ, where should I go for repair, any good place?

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To fix this you will need jag special tools take it to a dealer no garages have our tools
 
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Default Cost for repair ???

If it happens to be the problem that you have described, what would be the approximative cost to fix it ?

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Default Car's back from Dealer

Hi,
Got car back from Dealer.
They replaced:
Secondary Timing chains, Tensionners, Spark Plugs.
Here are the parts they've used and cost
qty 1 CSA1511 tensionner chain $102.69 ea
qty 1 CSA 1512 tensionner chain$102.69 ea
qty 2 EAZ1286 Secondary Chains $86.70 ea
qty 4 JFB10607B Bolts $2.09 ea
qty 1 AJ88400 Gasket Camshaft $42.06ea
qty 8 AJ87206 Seal-Spark Plugs $4.56 ea
qty 4 AJ87242 Seal Center $9.58 ea
qty 1 AJ88285 Gasket Camshaft $12.44
qty 8 C2A1535 Spark Plugs $12.44 ea
qty 1 NJA3558AA Element $53.25 ea
total Parts: $698.83
total Labor: $1064
Grand total: $1762.83
 
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Glad to hear your car was repaired, but I need an education after reviewing your parts list... maybe someone can enlighten me. My understanding is that you can only replace the secondary chains with the front cover removed, although the additional parts required for that portion of the repairs are not listed in the breakdown of the invoice. The only other method I am aware of is to use the aftermarket secondary chains with open master links, and it would be news to me if a Jaguar Dealership was employing that procedure. Mega or anyone else have any info to add on this subject?
 
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Hi,
My wife came back from work a little upset, She was back in RP and More codes... P0301 to P0304, P0308 these are all misfired.
P0102 and P0112 MAF any of these code can happened after a timing chain fix?
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if they turn the ingition on and had the mass air flow sensor unplugged it will set mafds codes, and retain if they didnt clear them. Maybe a dumb question, but did they clear codes last visit, or assume that since the light may not have been on that there werent any codes? Or did you mention timing chains, timing and or tensioner and they allowed you to diag the car and not them. sine the upper tensioner are a good paying job and well needed if plastic bodied? And Andy you do have to remove the cover to do the chains unless you employ a master linked chain
 
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1-I just metionned to them that it misfired and that it was in RP.
They have read the codes.

2- On our way back from the Jaguar Dealership the Restricted performance came on again, so I assumed that they didn't cleared the codes after repair, so I erased them.

3- Today RP returned with P0302 and P0308 and P1316

4- I will be bringing the car back the the Jag Dealer for them to check it again. I am a bit confused now that you guys are telling me that there are discrepensies between the parts they've used and the parts they should have been using. So what am I going to tell the Service Advisor when I bring the car back??? (without upsetting him)

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Brute,

Nice to see you back. They couldn't change secondary chains any other way that I know of, I just figured I should ask before I started pointing fingers.

AJ, just ask them to take a test drive with you when you arrive so any problems are documented, and ask them to please fix it. I wouldn't say another word unless they call you up and start asking for more money. Then there is some 'splainin' to do.
 
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Sounds like they dint put the timing back 100%
 
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HI, Thank you guys again for helping

Everybody seems to think that it is impossible to do the job they said they did with the parts they used??

Do you think that I should ask them for an explanation?

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They called me at 4h40 and told me that they can't seem to find the problem!!!!

They also said that I have a transmission leak at the electrical connector. to replace it it is 1 1/2 hours labor at $140/hr plus parts $?? and transmission oil $700.00 yes $700... any better solutions???

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Hi,
They have called again today at 15:00 hr to tell me that they are still looking into it but they don't know what the problem is yet!!!
 
 
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