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Jaguar Xe fault code P25A9-00. Piston oil jets cooling solenoid


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Hi All

i am after some advise I have the above code come up on my car and even though I have took 5 independent garages and no ones seems to have a clue what is causing the issue. After googling the web I replaced the cam shaft sensor as it was an easy fix to try and do myself, but didn’t resolve the issue. 
After all this decided to take to to Jaguar itself and they advised it was 100% the camshaft sensor until I mentioned I have replaced this and then they mentioned it must be the wiring which they also checked and was ok. Now they seem to think it is due to the timing belt being stressed. I am not sure this is the fault but an expensive check if it isn’t. 
has anyone had the fault Before or have any idea what is causing this as the engine management light is on. The only difference I have noticed is that when you press the start stop button is takes about 6 revolutions to turn over. 

Many thanks for any advise? 
Ian
 

 

 

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Hi Kev

All sorted finally, but not a cheap fix and ended up to be the timing chain, which had stretched due to low oil at some point. Jaguars does not come with an oil light indicator so need to monitor this regularly. If you find you are losing oil it is probably your oil plug on the timing cover, which the seal is broken. The plugs are cheap and need to get looked at when replacing the chain. Sorry I have no good news, but I found out the hard way and spent £1000s to get to the actual problem. 
 

hope this helped. 
Ian

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Hello Ian

What engine do you have as i believe some engine's have to be removed from the Car to get to the timing chain, and i believe some bmw model's also have to have the engine removed to get to the timing chain.

Good to hear that you have your problem solved.

Regards Tom.

 

 

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Hi Tom I have the 2.0 diesel and yes engine had to come out as they needed to check both chains, top and bottom. Only the top one needed replacing but you might as well do both. 
regards 

Ian

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5 minutes ago, Ian72 said:

Exactly, don’t make sense. Anyway hope you get it sorted soon. 
regards Ian

I don't have a problem yet but with you bringing it to our attention, i'll keep checking the oil level and intend to Change the engine oil and filter every year instead off 2year's.

Regards Tom.

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On 12/15/2020 at 2:22 AM, Ian72 said:

Hi Kev

All sorted finally, but not a cheap fix and ended up to be the timing chain, which had stretched due to low oil at some point. Jaguars does not come with an oil light indicator so need to monitor this regularly. If you find you are losing oil it is probably your oil plug on the timing cover, which the seal is broken. The plugs are cheap and need to get looked at when replacing the chain. Sorry I have no good news, but I found out the hard way and spent £1000s to get to the actual problem. 
 

hope this helped. 
Ian

Hi mate how much was it for that exact job to be sorted (piston cooling oil jet solenoid control-open circuit) 

I have the same issue so just want a rough price 

thanks 

Matt 

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Hi Matt. 
 

to resolve the issue it cost £1600 but to the overall cost was 3k as no one knew what the problem was so had to do a lot other jobs first to find out the narrow down the cause. 

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