The BEST advice would be join www.jag-lovers.org
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your year/make/model for discussion. This website is without question the
best source of info on any year Jaguar Motorcar...
Also, not knowing much of your year however, most Jags have a cold temp
sensor that informs the computer that more fuel/air mixture is required..
"New Jag Owner" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I just bought a 1998 XJ8 with about 70K miles on it. It is just a
> beautiful car, actually my dream car, and the mechanic during
> pre-purchase inspection said it had been excellently maintained. But
> lately, as the season has changed and it has become colder- the engine
> takes some time to turn over. I have heard this is a common problem
> with Jaguars? Is that correct? And what is the reason for that? What
> should I do? I changed the battery and am assuming a tune up would
> help? Lastly, is there a website available that identifies these types
> of common problems with this model? Thanks.