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1989 Jaguar XJ6 Engine Oil Filter Full - Short Filter

P311-548D619    W0133-1630373  New

Qty:
$26.05
Full Engine Oil Filter
  • Spin-On
  • Short Filter
  • Short Filter
Brand: Full
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel
1989 - Jaguar XJ6 Sovereign
Magnaflow
Qty:
$187.21
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter  Front Left
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.00in.
  • Certification Level : TIER1 OE Spec Cutting and welding required during installation
  • 2in. Universal California OBDII Catalytic Converter
  • Product Attributes:
    • Body Shape: Oval
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Series: California
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Title: Universal Converter
Brand: Magnaflow
Position: Front Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1996 - Jaguar XJ6 Front Left L 6 Cyl 4.0L - 3980
Magnaflow
Qty:
$107.12
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter  Rear Left
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.00in.
  • Certification Level : TIER1 OE Spec Cutting and welding required during installation
  • 2in. Universal California OBDII Catalytic Converter
  • Product Attributes:
    • Body Shape: Oval
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Series: California
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Title: Universal Converter
Brand: Magnaflow
Position: Rear Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1996 - Jaguar XJ6 Rear Left L 6 Cyl 4.0L - 3980
Magnaflow
Qty:
$107.12
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter  Rear Right
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.00in.
  • Certification Level : TIER1 OE Spec Cutting and welding required during installation
  • 2in. Universal California OBDII Catalytic Converter
  • Product Attributes:
    • Body Shape: Oval
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Series: California
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Title: Universal Converter
Brand: Magnaflow
Position: Rear Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1996 - Jaguar XJ6 Rear Right L 6 Cyl 4.0L - 3980
Magnaflow
Qty:
$187.21
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter  Front
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.00in.
  • Certification Level : TIER1 OE Spec Cutting and welding required during installation
  • 2in. Universal California OBDII Catalytic Converter
  • Product Attributes:
    • Body Shape: Oval
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Series: California
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Title: Universal Converter
Brand: Magnaflow
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1995 - Jaguar XJ6 Front L 6 Cyl 4.0L - 3980
Magnaflow
Qty:
$107.12
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter  Rear
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.00in.
  • Certification Level : TIER1 OE Spec Cutting and welding required during installation
  • 2in. Universal California OBDII Catalytic Converter
  • Product Attributes:
    • Body Shape: Oval
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Series: California
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Title: Universal Converter
Brand: Magnaflow
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1995 - Jaguar XJ6 Rear L 6 Cyl 4.0L - 3980
Magnaflow
Qty:
$187.21
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter  Front Right
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.00in.
  • Certification Level : TIER1 OE Spec Cutting and welding required during installation
  • 2in. Universal California OBDII Catalytic Converter
  • Product Attributes:
    • Body Shape: Oval
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Series: California
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Title: Universal Converter
Brand: Magnaflow
Position: Front Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1996 - Jaguar XJ6 Front Right L 6 Cyl 4.0L - 3980
Moog
1997 Jaguar XJ6 Suspension Ball Joint - Front Lower Moog

P311-185B3F7    K9699  New

45D1454 , 5051454 , FA2033 , 45D2067 , 101-4125 , 2601771 , 505-1067 , FA2409 , CAC9937 , JLM11860 , 101-0560 , 02-08001 , MK9699 , 104223 , 260-1222

Qty:
$67.71
Moog Suspension Ball Joint  Front Lower
  • Suspension Ball Joint
  • Product Attributes:
    • Feature 1: Hardened Ball Stud Made Of Oe Equivalent Or Better Materials To Withstand Higher Loads
    • Feature 2: Easy To Install.
    • Feature 3: Engineered To Provide Long Life And Dependability
    • Feature 4: Premium Forged Housing With Increased Cross Section Of Up To 52% More Material In Key Areas
    • Feature 5: Broad Coverage For Foreign And Domestic Applications
    • Feature 6: Designed To Meet Or Exceed Original Equipment Performance
  • MOOG Problem Solver products incorporate proven design and engineering features for like new steering, ease of installation and longer life. MOOG is the preferred steering and suspension brand of professional technicians and NASCAR crew chiefs.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Moog
Position: Front Lower
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1997 - Jaguar XJ6 Front Lower
Moog
1997 Jaguar XJ6 Suspension Ball Joint - Front Upper Moog

P311-3E4A4D5    K9700  New

CAC9938 , 101-0644 , 02-08000 , FA2034 , 45D0046 , 10407 , 260-1223 , 500-1046 , MK9700

Qty:
$63.09
Moog Suspension Ball Joint  Front Upper
  • Suspension Ball Joint
  • Product Attributes:
    • Feature 1: Hardened Ball Stud Made Of Oe Equivalent Or Better Materials To Withstand Higher Loads
    • Feature 2: Easy To Install.
    • Feature 3: Construction And Design Validated By Moog Engineers
    • Feature 4: Premium Forged Housing With Increased Cross Section Of Up To 52% More Material In Key Areas
    • Feature 5: Broad Coverage For Foreign And Domestic Applications
    • Feature 6: Designed To Meet Or Exceed Original Equipment Performance
  • MOOG Problem Solver products incorporate proven design and engineering features for like new steering, ease of installation and longer life. MOOG is the preferred steering and suspension brand of professional technicians and NASCAR crew chiefs.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Moog
Position: Front Upper
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1997 - Jaguar XJ6 Front Upper
Husky Liners
1989 Jaguar XJ6 Floor Mat Set - Rear Husky Liners - Heavy Duty Floor Mat

P311-08F4DF7    52021  New

Qty:
$57.95
Husky Liners Floor Mat Set  Rear
  • 2nd Or 3rd Seat Floor Mats
  • Black; 2 pc.; Does Not Cover Hump
  • Heavy Duty Floor Mat
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black
    • Material: Rubber
    • Position: Rear
    • Style: Molded
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65: Yes
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: Cancer And Reproductive
  • Available for virtually all of today's top selling vehicles, Husky Liners(R) Heavy Duty Floor Mats are made ultra tough to take whatever abuse you throw at them. Other mats have met their match.
Brand: Husky Liners
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Position
1989 - Jaguar XJ6 Base Rear

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Latest Jaguar Xj6 Repair Guides & Installation Advice

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1983 jaguar xj6 starts but bogs out

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Question From wenkel on 1983 jaguar xj6 starts but bogs out

i have a 1983 jaguar xj6 with a straight 6 with 97,414 miles the car will start but once running will bog out and stall out repalced o2 sensor, replaced fueel filter, cleaned k&n air filter

Response From Sidom

You might want to take a vacuum reading @ idle & high rpms. If the reading drops to almost nothing at high rpms, you may have a restricted exhaust system.....

On those old Jags....Isn't there a kit where some guys were dropping small block 350s in them?

Response From wenkel

i pulled the plugs and they were white so that would mean that it is not getting enough fuel so i just went and bought some mass air sensor cleaner i am hoping that doe the ticket

Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer

The test I suggested literally takes minutes to do and can confirm or rule out an plugged cat fairly quickly so you can move on to other test, plus it doesn't cost any thing to run, unless you don't have a vacuum gauge. But a cheap one is very inexpensive....


Cleaning the MAF isn't a bad idea, especially since you are using a K&N filter. Those are very hard on MAFs

Response From wenkel

mine has the straight 6 original motor

Jaguar XJ6 Series III 1985 Electrical Problems

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Question From brendanf on Jaguar XJ6 Series III 1985 Electrical Problems

I am about to buy this Jag, and the current owner has tried to repair wipers that weren't working, and has then caused the other instruments to stop working.

Also the car won't start. It has been in storage for 2 years, it turns over ok and wants to fire but won't.

Could someone give me an idea if these are easy fixes or not.

Thank's

Brendan in Australia

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

Brenda; Just some personal advice; Run, very fast. Jags are very expensive to work on, the parts are outragious, and Lucas instruments are, well, how do I say this? NOT GREAT. On the other hand, if you've got lots of money and really love this vehicle and are wanting to restore it, your choice.

Response From brendanf

Thank's for your advice,

I know they are expensive to repair, and long term I will be spending some money on this car for sure, it's a hobby.

Initially I just need some help with the topics I mentioned.

Thank you for your comments.

Cheers

Old Jaguar beating old mechanic's rear end

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Question From Kennesaw on Old Jaguar beating old mechanic's rear end

Hello to everyone. I was a mechanic for many years, but no longer have the equipment to figure this out. I'm now a broke writer so I don't have the money either. I've got a 95 Jaguar xj6 with a 4.0, with 214,000 miles on it. It developed a slight miss, then it began to fall on it's face just before it shifts. It acts like it's got a rev limiter or governor on it. At first due to the miss i thought it might be an oil leak filling the area where the coils and plugs are, causing it to short one out. I replaced the plugs and repaired the oil leak which normally can cause this. All the plugs were ash white and showed no signs of misfiring. I then replaced the fuel filter, the one on the frame, not in the tank. No change. When it happens the car gives off a smell similar to burnt gunpowder. If you can coax it into changing gears, it seems to run fine and the transmission seems not to be the problem. It simply misses like hell as it reaches the rpm where it changes. It acts exactly like a U-haul truck with a governor on it. I'm stumped and worse I'm broke. Thanks for any help you can give.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Have the Catalytic Converters tested for restriction.

Alfa Romeo 156 possible overheating issues

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Question From Graham1982 on Alfa Romeo 156 possible overheating issues

Dear all:

First post so please be gentle. Please note that I am quite technically minded yet my field is electronics therefore whilst I understand concepts and have some experience of auto-salvage I intend to take this problem to the garage:

Ok recently purchased an Alfa Romeo 156 - 2001 model approx. Anyway was meaning to check water levels etc but was going to take it in for a service last Tuesday upshot it didn't happen. This is my wife's car and she has been driving it no issues for the past two weeks.

Anyway she is not the most observant and when I was in the car with her I noticed the temp gauge raising. It got to just before 100 but the warning light did not come on - I immediately got her to pull the car over, we went shopping and the engine cooled down. I bought some water and noticed that when I undid the lid on the tank there was NO water in there, just literaly a few isolated drops. Naturally I backed about 2 litres of water into it, ran it up and the temp seemed to be OK - disaster averted or so I thought.

Anyway the temp guage now fluctuates between 90 and nothing as if the guage doesn;t work properly. When the engine is idling at traffic lights for say less than a min the temp decreases but when the engine is under load say driving at 40 mph plus the guage rises past 90. unfortunately wife has only done round town driving since it happened so I don't know if the temp would keep rising if she was driving for a long period of time.

My thoughts are:

Cracked head (unlikely as no steam and I stopped before boil and no warning light that is assuming temp gauge is working)
Dodgy thermostat
Dodgy water pump

I also assume (based on my experience of much older 1980s Jaguar XJ6 engines) that if it was a cracked head the temp would rise much more quickly and steam would pour out/engine useless much more quickly.

Also, even when I noticed the temp problem initially prior to noticing no water in the tank the bonnet (hood) didn't feel overly hot. Also, the fan did not kick in.

Could anyone suggest if it is now game over for this car or a simple repair?

Thanks

Graham

Response From Discretesignals

We don't have that vehicle here in the states, but you need to have the coolant system pressure tested while the engine is cold. Pressure testing will show leaks that occur under pressure.


Response From Graham1982

Hi:

Thanks, I assume that when I go to the garage that is what will be done when I tell them the problems. I guess the purpose of my post was to find out from the initial symptoms if this looked like a write-off or a repair job that would be managable in terms of expense.

Thanks again

Graham

Response From Graham1982

Hi:

Slight update - realised that as the system was dry to start with it most likely needed coolant too - I was correct and I have put coolant in too (to the correct ratio). Also, from cold I sat in the car and put the heater on. It was what could be described as warm and as I didn't want to sit in there for ages burning petrol, the fact that heat is coming through the system would suggest that it is OK.

Service on Tuesday so who knows but I would still appreciate any further info

Thanks

Graham

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

The coolant has to be going somewhere if your having to add coolant. The first thing the garage is going or should do is pressure test the system to see if there are any leaks and where those leaks are.