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I have a 1989 Jaguar XJS automatic. I'm considering converting it to a five-speed manual using a kit purchased from a reputable company. My car is still standard and has not been modified or restored in...
I have a 1989 Jaguar XJS. Today I moved it off the drive for the first time in five months and it's obvious that the power steering has stopped functioning. What could be the cause of this, please?
Are Jaguar XJS starting to appreciate in value?
I am looking for something automatic, V6 engine, with leather interior, and a saloon preferably. My choice is either a Rover 75 or a Jaguar S Type. Do you have an opinion on which I should go for, as well...
Is there a simple way of establishing whether my Jaguar is car is a Daimler 6 or a XJ40? Car was first registered on a diplomatic plate (Nov 1987) and re-registerd in 2000
Can the key fob for my keyless entry Jaguar XF be read inside my house by thieves?
I'm buying a Jaguar X Type from a dealer, it has 153,000 miles on it. They're giving me three months warranty. Are there any companies that offer the same?
Do you know if there is a problem with the new Jaguar XE petrol Ingenium engine when coupled with the auto gearbox? Our new model lurches when going down through the lower gears. At first, the dealer agreed...
My Jaguar XF doesn't have a spare wheel. I would like to buy a 'get you home spare wheel' and jack to go with it. I'm having problems finding one at the right price. Any suggestions, please?
I have a Jaguar XE, nearly two years old, which averages around 39mpg on the computer set for long periods. 2000 miles ago I decided to check real mpg by checking fill-ups against mileage and was surprised...
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