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  1. Anyone have the part number for the 2,5 X-type knock sensor?

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    1. Engine side: LNE1692AA
      Engine top: AJ85676

      this is from a 2002 x-type with a 2.5 engine

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  2. is there a special tool to get the water neck bolt out to be able to get the knock sensor bolt out on an 02 x-type 2.5L

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    1. No there isn't. A 1/4 inch swivel with an extension should do the trick. Best of luck!!!

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  3. Anyone have a problem with the passenger front door lock not being able to be locked by key, electronically or manually?

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    1. Yes, noticed that the passenger front door would not unlock electronically, weather very cold so thought perhaps freezing is the culprit, warmer now and the problem seems to have gone away will stay posted on it though, did you find out what your issue was??

      peter L

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    2. I usually take the door panel off and with some silicone spray or white grease (the silicon spray makes less a mess) lubricate all the moving parts. That usually takes care of the problem. Good luck!

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  4. Hellllllllllllllp! The X-Type has these plastic hose fittings/clamps that I have never seen before. I cannot get the lower hose fitting/clamp off, even with the radiator out of the car, and even after removing the wire clip...and I have also been unable to RE-insert the wire clip back into the other, identical, plastic fitting.
    I have spent three hours, wiggling, persuading, pulling, gently prying on the plastic, spraying penetrating oil and WD-40, and looking on the net. There is NOTHING on the net that shows people how to deal with these clamps, including Alldata and all the Jaguar forums, and iatn.
    PLEASE, PLEASE HELP! You would really be helping people a lot if you would tell us, or show us pictures that illustrate EXACTLY how to get the lower plastic fitting/clamp off the bottom of the radiator, and also how to RE-insert the wire that holds the clamp together. -Scotty in Sacramento

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