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Hi all,

 

I'm awaiting delivery of my Jaguar EPC but in the meantime I wonder if anybody could help with the following?

 

There is a plastic cover on the S Type which goes across the front of the engine bay over the top of the headlights.

 

This panel is held in place by plastic "widgets", one at each end and two in the middle.

 

Please can anybody tell me what the middle ones are called or, better still, provide a part number?

 

Thanks

 

Rgds

 

Paul

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I will have a look when it stops raining, Paul, and get back to you.

 

Peter.

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Thank you Peter, they are circular, roughly 20mm in diameter and have a raised cross on top to assist in gripping them, I think.

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Just had a look Paul.  The inner two are exactly the same as the outer two, but I can't read any part number on them.

 

They might need taking out if they are on the underside.

 

Peter.

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Thanks Peter.

I've just been given an EPC so I was able to find the part number and order some from Just Jags.

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Hi Paul

 

What's the part number? I've got a couple missing too

 

Cheers

 

Mike

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Mike,

 

It's XR812941.

 

Watch out though, some retailers are selling them at £22 each, whereas a more realistic price of £1.91 can be found at JustJags  http://www.justjagsuk.com/product_details/-Jaguar-S-Type-X150-X350-X351-%28new-XJ%29-XF-Clip/6444/138528/?model=&q=812941

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Thanks Paul,

 

All ordered, actually got mine from SNG Barrett , postage was a couple of quid cheaper (Yes I am that tight!)

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Nothing wrong with saving money Mike... now then - add SNG Barrett to my list... <_<

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Or you could go to a scrappy and let e few fall into your pocket like the fuses and relays keep doing in my local yard

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Or you could go to a scrappy and let e few fall into your pocket like the fuses and relays keep doing in my local yard

My local scrappy is 10 miles away and I've got a V8, it's cheaper to pay for the clips than a gallon of Shell's finest!  :blink:

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