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2004 Jaguar X-Type Clutch Kit 6 Cyl 2.5L LuK

P311-21F06FC    19-038  New

K70395-01 , 1119038

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LuK Clutch Kit
  • LuK OE Quality Replacement Clutch Set
  • LuK Global Number 624 3623 330
  • Product Attributes:
    • Clutch Disc Diameter: 9-7/16"
    • Clutch Plate Facing Outer Diameter: 9-7/16"
    • Input Shaft Diameter: 1"
    • Pressure Plate Type: Push Type Diaphragm
  • LuK: The brand professionals trust! For over thirty years, automotive aftermarket technicians have staked their reputation – and their customers’ satisfaction – on LuK RepSet® clutch components. Each set contains everything you need to get the job done right: new clutch, disc, release bearing, pilot bearing (where required), spline tool and lubricant. As an original-equipment supplier, LuK develops the performance specifications for individual vehicle applications. LuK offers the highest in-house manufactured content of any supplier in the industry.
Brand: LuK
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2004 - Jaguar X-Type V 6 Cyl 2.5L 152 -
LuK
2003 Jaguar S-Type Clutch Kit LuK

P311-13CC3C4    07-201  New

K70549-01 , 1107201

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LuK Clutch Kit
  • LuK OE Quality Replacement Clutch Set
  • LuK Global Number 624 3606 330
  • Product Attributes:
    • Clutch Disc Diameter: 9-7/16"
    • Clutch Plate Facing Outer Diameter: 9-7/16"
    • Input Shaft Diameter: 1-1/8"
    • Pressure Plate Type: Push Type Diaphragm
  • LuK: The brand professionals trust! For over thirty years, automotive aftermarket technicians have staked their reputation – and their customers’ satisfaction – on LuK RepSet® clutch components. Each set contains everything you need to get the job done right: new clutch, disc, release bearing, pilot bearing (where required), spline tool and lubricant. As an original-equipment supplier, LuK develops the performance specifications for individual vehicle applications. LuK offers the highest in-house manufactured content of any supplier in the industry.
Brand: LuK
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2003 - Jaguar S-Type
Rhino Pac
1995 Jaguar XJ6 Clutch Kit 6 Cyl 4.0L Rhino Pac - OE PLUS

P311-23E25DB    19-013  New

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$316.24
Rhino Pac Clutch Kit
  • 9-1/2'' Jaguar clutch kit
  • OE PLUS
  • Product Attributes:
    • CLUTCH COVER TYPE: Diaphragm Style
    • DISC SIZE (IN.): 9.500 X 1.125 X 10t
    • UPGRADE HP RATING: Na
Brand: Rhino Pac
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1995 - Jaguar XJ6 L 6 Cyl 4.0L - 3980
LUK
2004 Jaguar X-Type Clutch Kit LUK

P311-1B8B533    W0133-1953652  New

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$599.05
LUK Clutch Kit
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • OE Replacement
  • Includes Pressure Plate, Clutch Disc, and Release Bearing
Brand: LUK
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2004 - Jaguar X-Type

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Jaguar X-Type 2004 2.0 Turbo Diesel - Ghost Fault - Misfire!

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Question From DannyWilson on Jaguar X-Type 2004 2.0 Turbo Diesel - Ghost Fault - Misfire!

Ok so this may take a minute, allow me to explain the history of my horrendous Jaguar X-Type 2004 2.0 Turbo Diesel (Mondeo in disguise) 140,000 miles. If you can diagnose the fault and point me in the right direction you can have a case of wine because I am loosing the will!

What the car did before:

The first problem I had with the car was the coil light coming on and it going into limp mode every time I put the power down. I replaced all 4 injectors and it ran fine for a while... My starter motor became sticky and I had a small car fire, I replaced the starter and a piece of vacuum pipe and it once again ran fine until 6 months later...

The car began to run very lumpy, I believe it had a misfire. During long distance motorway driving if I would try to put the power down the car would go into limp mode and the coil light would come on. Id get lots of white smoke on start up and black smoke when accelerating hard. Also when driving with a balanced clutch the car would kangaroo as if the power was switching on and off (but revs would not increase like a clutch slip) eventually the coil light came on and the car cut out all together. I took it to a garage and I had the following done...

What I had done:

Fault code read
Crank sensor replaced
Leak off test - results - 1 faulty injector
1 New injector fitted
Found swarf and filings in the fuel lines and pressure kept dropping
New high pressure fuel pump fitted
Pump and injector coded
All 4 injectors sent off for flow test - results - Good enough...
Timing chain tested - Small amount of slack, nothing that would cause a problem
EGR valve blanked off (no change in performance) so reinstated
Inlet Manifold cleaned and all carbon removed
Final fault code read - No results

What the car is doing now:

The car now starts badly, it takes a minute to get up to speed and has an obvious misfire. Lots of white smoke especially on start up and the engine sounds horrible. From start up if I drive to the end of my road you can guarantee it cuts out every time I put the clutch in and brake at the junction, once the car warms up and I get round the next couple of corners it no longer cuts out. Distinct lack of power (but turbo seems to be running fine) and finally an obvious kangaroo with a balanced throttle just like before but worse

Please help! Me and my mechanic don't know what else to check!

Response From nickwarner Top Rated Answer

Don't think we even have the diesel here in the US. I would be wondering about boost pressure. You said the turbo seemed fine, but no reading of actual boost pressure was listed. A failing turbo could do this.

I don't have access to the tech info for this car and my diesel experience is in the heavy side of them, so I don;t think I'll be able to be of much help for you here. You need to get a pressure gauge into the air ducting to see what amount of boost you are getting.

I am not sure what level of experience this mechanic is at, but you may need to find one with a higher level of knowledge for troubleshooting and repair on this.