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    • Good afternoon, I have a 2014 XKR-S, I'm in the middle of respraying the front bumper cover to remove the license plate holes. getting the bumper off requires a number of cable connectors being remove from the bodywork. Please the pictures, my car has these fir tree clips that slid into the connectors all over my car. I've managed to break one during the strip down. Has anybody every found a part number and source for these little clips please.   Thanking you in advance,   Steve
    • hi looks like you cap has split, should just pull out, should be all one piece the yellow part should be stuck inside the cap new cap time cheers Joe
    • hi looks possible, its usually leaks, and that age where they start to perish, especially if disturbed cheers Joe
    • Good evening all in the world of jaguar  I look after the archive for the Peerless and Warwick register part of the TR register. See www.peerless-gt.co.uk. if you are not sure of the cars. I have a question please. I am trying to put together info on the company. We do not have any company records. I would like to find out what the jaguar dealer was called in Slough that went into recivership in around 1956/57/58. This was in the Bath Road. It is the operation the owners bought and started Peerless motors ltd and then set up Peerless cars ltd to make the cars. I look forward to any knowledge      
    • Might have found it! Checked over the engine for vacuum leaks and found a hole in the engine breather. Replaced the hose length, will see if all is ok next run.
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