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I have a 1996 Jaquar XJ6. The horn does not work but the fuses are fine. What could be the cause?
I have a 1996 Jaguar xj6 What kind of automatic transmission fluid do I use Thanks
1991 JaguarXJ6 can only be started in drive or 2nd gear. Could it be a linkage problem or transmission problem?
Hi There, I found your web site while looking for a network of female kit car builders. I live in the UK and am about to embark on building 1940 style racing car in kit form. The running gear will be stripped from a 1984 jaguar xj6 4.2 manual. My partner and I have done some simple car maintenance previously but never reconditioned an engine before.I ...
I have a beautiful 1985 Jaguar XJS in excellent condition. I am the original and only owner. A year ago the rear main seal began leaking very slightly. My mechanics advise not to do a thing. They further say that if it is ever fixed, the car will never go back together the same. My question relates to longevity. If everything else is maintained in excellent ...
A 1987 xj6 with 69,000 miles. Please give approximate cost for 6 new shock absorbers installed.
I am in the market to buy a vehicle and I found what I wanted and it is pre-owned certified 2009 Jaguar XJ. When I went to test drive the car, it was gone for the weekend, a manager had taken it. When I went back the following weekend the manager had been fired and the car had scratches that were not initially there. Despite the ordeal I would like to buy ...

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