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three cylinder misfire passenger side


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hi can you help. ,My  jaguar s type 2002 manual  has developed a three  cylinder misfire all  on the passenger side yesterday,and  on further inspection I noticed  i have very little or  no exhaust gas coming out of the exhaust on the  passenger side  either  . I know its not the plugs or ignition coils and connectors  as they have been changed recently and i have done about eight hundred miles since they were changed  fixing a previous fault . I checked with a fault code reader and no codes logged .as it is one side i am at a loss were to start  i suspect  a fuse or relay somewhere as it starts and runs but i do not have a hand book to identify what's in the fuse boxes do we have a download of the hand book anywhere. any ideas 

regards  to all

liam 

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Hi Liam, 

Strange,  but as not an engineer this is just a guess.

No exhaust gas means that no fuel is being burnt on those cylinders.  But why?

I think you can download a handbook which will locate the fuses for you--  just  try googling.  A member with a similar model will also be able to assist.

Regards,

Peter.

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