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JAGUAR PAINT CODES:

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Jaguar Brake Repairs:

Brake Repairs Needed? Don't Take Chances with Your Brakes - Repair Them Now!
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Jaguar Cooling System Repairs:

It's Easy to Prevent Breakdowns BEFORE They Happen
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Jaguar Noise Troubleshooting:

Troubleshooting Noises - Is Your Jaguar Trying to Tell You Something?
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Jaguar Engine Repairs:

Engine Knock? Low Oil Pressure? How To Diagnose and Needed Repairs
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Jaguar Tuneup & Maintenance Tips:

Tuneup & Auto Maintenance Tips To Lengthen Your Jaguar's Life
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Jaguar Wiper Blade Repairs:

Replacing Wiper Blades Regularly Saves Lives & Windshield
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Jaguar Electrical System Repairs:

Understanding Your Jaguar's Electrical System
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Jaguar Oxygen Sensor Repairs:

Oxygen Sensors Are a Critical Key to Passing Emissions
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Jaguar VIN Shopping Tips:

Know Your VIN & Get Exactly The RIGHT Jaguar Part Every Time
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Jaguar Monthly Maintenance:

Perform Monthly Maintenance on Your Jaguar & Keep Repair Costs Way Down
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Jaguar Universal Joints Repairs / Info:

Large executive

    1948–1951 Mark V
    1951–1957 Mark VII (& VIIM)
    1957–1959 Mark VIII
    1959–1961 Mark IX
    1961–1966 Mark X
    1966–1970 420G
    1968–1987 XJ6 Series 1, 2 & 3
    1972–1992 XJ12
    1986–1994 XJ6 (XJ40)
    1993–1994 XJ12 (XJ81)
    1995–1997 XJ6 & XJ12 (X300 & X301)
    1998–2003 XJ8 (X308)
    2004–2007 XJ (X350)
    2008-2009 XJ (X358)
    2009–date XJ (X351)

Compact executive

    1955–1959 Mark 1
    1959–1967 Mark 2
    1963–1968 S-type
    1966–1968 420
    1966–1968 240 & 340
    1999–2008 S-type
    2001–2009 X-type
    2008–present XF

Sports

    1948–1954 XK120
    1954–1957 XK140
    1957–1961 XK150
    1961–1974 E-Type
    1975–1996 XJ-S
    1992–1994 XJ220
    1997–2006 XK8/XKR (X100)
    2006–present XK (X150)
    2012–present F-Type



101: Diagnosing Front End Noises on Jaguar XJ6 & XJS

102. Jaguar XJ8, XK8, XJ6 interior rear view mirror removal and installation

103. 1999 Jaguar XJ8 Base 8Cyl4.0L - Transmissions & Drivetrains oil leak in the difarential on both sides of rear


Don't Forget:

These repair tips are designed only as a starting
point. Please seek the assistance of a professional
Jaguar mechanic for all repair problems beyond your capabilities.

Want more Jaguar repair advice & technical tips?
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Question: if you stand behind the car a little way back the wheels seem to be leaning into the car and the bottom sticking out causing wear on the inside of the tyres, can you tell me what this could be please? it is an x-type 2001/2002 jaguar:
  • Answer: The rear wheels are supposed to lean in like that, the rear wheels have slightly more negative camber than the front wheels, the only thing to do is get it checked with a laser alignment setup at a tyre & exhaust place, the camber is adjustable
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