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  1. Hi Nigel....welcome to the Club Feel free to dive into answering any posts Good to have you onboard!
  2. Hi Grant.....welcome to the Club I would advise carrying out a search in the forums to see what faults come up for these models and engines Hope you find a good example of the Jaguar you're after, I'm sure there's some good ones out there
  3. Hi.....welcome to the club I would be tempted to disconnect the battery, leave for a short while and then reconnect (negative off first and on last). The try to plip the locks with the key fob and see if it reads the keys after a few attempts. Here's some info on battery reset but for S-Type but some functions may not work but may also be helpful to see procedures
  4. Hi Tony......welcome to the Club That is worrying if it cuts whilst driving. Has the car had enough prolonged usage to charge the battery? If not, this can lead to similar issues as can leaving the car sat for many days/weeks at a time. Has the fuel filter been replaced recently?
  5. Hi Nigel.....welcome to the Club Fine choice(s) of cars....a car for every occasion! Good to have you onboard!
  6. Hi David....welcome to the Club I agree with Peter, sounds like the pre-heater emitting fumes into the cabin. Ensure it is not running constantly and that it times out after a few minutes
  7. Jaguar Classic will create a limited number of new C-type Continuations to celebrate 70 years of the double Le Mans-winning legend Jaguar Classic is celebrating the 70th anniversary of the legendary C-type sports racer by creating a strictly limited production run of new C-type Continuation cars, which will be hand built at Jaguar’s world-class Classic Works facility in Coventry. The C-type Continuation programme will allow historic motor racing enthusiasts to purchase a new factory-built example of the ultimate 1953 disc-braked ‘works’ C-type direct from Jaguar for the first time.
  8. Hi Chris.....welcome to the Club Good to have you onboard
  9. It sounds like the cooling system is probably cavitation which is caused by either a hotspot in the coolant system or a faulty pressure relief cap which is cheaper to replace to eliminate this as a possible cause.
  10. You should be able to move the seat all the way forwards, undo any bolts and then all the way back and undo any bolts there and the seat should come out
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  12. Hi....welcome to the Club Hopefully you will find what you're looking for in the forums, if not ask away and I'm sure someone will be able to help you. Good to have you onboard!
  13. Hi Kev....welcome to the Forum Great looking XKR ! Good to have you onboard
  14. I think it would be worth removing the servo which isn't too difficult to remove and inspect the valve where the pushrod goes into and see if there is corrosion in there...if so replace the servo
  15. Hi Steven....welcome to the Club Good to have you onboard
  16. Had to replace a servo on diesel S-Type once before as was corroded and leaking pressure. Fitted another one (later type as used on XF) and worked fine. However, there is a actuating pushrod between the brake pedal and the servo which I believe it adjustable so if the replacment one is not set correctly then this could be the issue. Would necessitate removal of the brake pedal pushrod (from the underside of the dashboard) and making an adjustment to the length which would release the hydraulic pressure off the braking system.
  17. I have featured this post to hopefully get some responses from the members....good luck with your research
  18. Hi Carl....welcome to the Club Fine looking Jaguar and great avatar pic as well 🙂 Good to have you onboard
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  20. The VIN is usually stamped on the bulkhead in the engine bay (also believe there should be a plate there aswell?)
  21. Hi Andy_K .... welcome to the Club Haha, totally understand about the motorbike, same situation here! France is a lovely place to live (done that myself) and blessed with superb driving roads. You certainly have the right car to benefit from these roads as well. Good to have you onboard and stay safe!
  22. Happy New Year to all Jaguar Owners Club members. Let's hope this year will be a good and we can get back to normal and enjoy life and good health once again 🙂
  23. Hi Rich.....welcome to the Club The XF-R is a superb machine and from previous posts in the forums I know that the owners of these fine cars are very passionate about them. Best to trawl through the site (use the search bar at the top right of the screen) and see what info you can find about this particular model. Good to have you onboard!
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