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Jimbov8

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  1. You’re not likely to get an answer on a 8 year old thread. Here is a link to the ones I bought, https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/20x-ALLOY-WHEEL-NUTS-JAGUAR-S-TYPE-X-TYPE-CHROME-LUG-BOLT-STUD-QUALITY-20L/322551270259?_trkparms=aid%3D111001%26algo%3DREC.SEED%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20160908105057%26meid%3D279707e90cd84407af62051fd274c338%26pid%3D100675%26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D15%26mehot%3Dpp%26sd%3D322551270259%26itm%3D322551270259%26pmt%3D1%26noa%3D1%26pg%3D2481888&_trksid=p2481888.c100675.m4236&_trkparms=pageci%3A31c8544d-e131-11e9-8a5f-74dbd180d657|parentrq%3A731334ab16d0a4b7b67e7f6dff7a4b99|iid%3A1
  2. Have a look for the plate on the passenger side ‘B’ pillar, the code is to the right of the paint code and should be 2 letters.
  3. Try this website, www.jaguarforums.com it is a US based forum.
  4. Welcome to the forum. This is the electrical manual for your car, scroll down to page 23. http://www.jagrepair.com/images/AutoRepairPhotos/jagxk2003.pdf
  5. Check the ground points behind the headlights and in the front wheel arch.
  6. Once bitten, forever smitten. Welcome to the forum, enjoy.🤗
  7. Though very good, the ceramic coatings are not a one time deal and forget about it, they still require maintenance. When looking at around £600 for a proper job I’d be looking at other alternatives. Wrinkly’s preferred method is a very good alternative for a car that is kept outside and used daily.
  8. Excellent news and thanks for the update.🤙
  9. For your car the CTEK 7 would be ample to keep the battery healthy.
  10. Welcome to the forum, enjoy.🙂
  11. Welcome to the forum, enjoy.🙂
  12. Check to see if there is any water in the boot area first but it may be the boot wiring loom at fault. Easy fix if it is.
  13. Hi Carl, The first place will always be the battery, make sure it is fully charged. That said, XF’s do seem to have problems with door locks and once you start getting problems with them the only fix is to replace. The interior light is directly linked to the door lock mechanism and is further indication of door lock problems. A battery maintainer and a Jaguar related code reader should definitely be on your shopping list.
  14. Welcome to the forum. Get yourself a CTEK 7 or CTEK 10, simple plug and play and will keep your battery on the top line.
  15. Yeah, because they’ve never been know to be wrong , have they? The dash is definitely from the XJ8 so therefore follows it will be the 4.0L V8. Still puzzled as to the front bumper chrome.
  16. From those pictures it has a XJ6 front bumper, as it’s an XJR it would therefore be a 4.0L straight 6 engine. I would be interested to see a picture of the engine itself.
  17. Welcome to the forum. Here you go, https://www.sngbarratt.com/English/#/UK/parts/afb353d1-e277-4c71-8e52-6493112643fe?gt=Bonnet Gas Strut for Jaguar XJ Series X350
  18. Excellent news and thanks for the update.
  19. Have a look at this website, https://wheelpcd.co.uk/fitment-guide/jaguar/
  20. Welcome to the forum, enjoy.🙂
  21. Welcome to the forum, enjoy.
  22. Simply click on the avatar of the person you wish to message, you will see a red box with “message” written in it. Click on that, type your message and press send.
  23. Yes it is plug and play as long as you have the same number on the replacement module.
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