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Mann-Filter
2018 Jaguar XJ Air Filter Mann-Filter

P311-0EEEE38    W0133-1634682  New

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$24.62
Mann-Filter Air Filter
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Mann-Filter
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2018 - Jaguar XJ
Cooper
2018 Jaguar XJ Air Filter Cooper

P311-222F5CD    W0133-1634682  New

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$29.98
Cooper Air Filter
Brand: Cooper
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2018 - Jaguar XJ
Original Equipment
2012 Jaguar XJ Wheel Lug Nut Original Equipment

P311-320997A    W0133-1940758  New

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$31.90
Original Equipment Wheel Lug Nut
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Cap Nut
Brand: Original Equipment
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2012 - Jaguar XJ
Mahle
2018 Jaguar XJ Cabin Air Filter Mahle

P311-584F30D    W0133-1825035  New

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$24.14
Mahle Cabin Air Filter
  • Activated Charcoal
Brand: Mahle
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2018 - Jaguar XJ
Textar
2018 Jaguar XJ Disc Brake Pad Set Textar - with Shims

P311-1FED8FE    W0133-1983081  New

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$109.83
Textar Disc Brake Pad Set
  • OE Formulated
  • with Shims
Brand: Textar
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Vehicle Submodel
2018 - Jaguar XJ Portfolio
APA/URO Parts
2018 Jaguar XJ Engine Oil Cooler Gasket APA/URO Parts

P311-20C8486    W0133-1892152  New

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$32.02
APA/URO Parts Engine Oil Cooler Gasket
  • O-Ring
Brand: APA/URO Parts
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2018 - Jaguar XJ
Moog
1971 Jaguar XJ 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

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$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
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1971 - Jaguar XJ Front Lower
Moog
1971 Jaguar XJ Suspension Ball Joint - Front Upper Moog

P311-3E4A4D5    K9700  New

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

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$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
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Vehicle Position
1971 - Jaguar XJ Front Upper
TRW
2018 Jaguar XJ Disc Brake Pad Set TRW - Premium

P311-321071D    W0133-1983081  New

Qty:
$116.35
TRW Disc Brake Pad Set
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Ceramic
  • Premium
Brand: TRW
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2018 - Jaguar XJ Portfolio
NTN
2018 Jaguar XJ Wheel Bearing NTN

P311-31BF30F    W0133-1824026  New

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$89.42
NTN Wheel Bearing
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: NTN
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Vehicle
2018 - Jaguar XJ

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Latest Jaguar Xj 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

1998 jaguar xj8l

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Question From kodiak on 1998 jaguar xj8l


How do you remove the drivers side switch that operates the windows, mirrors and steering column and seat

Response From Guest Top Rated Answer

F**k (content deleted)

Consider yourself banned!

T

Response From Hammer Time

Here are the instructions

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

98 Jaguar XJ8 "Stuck In Park"

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Question From MrMustang93 on 98 Jaguar XJ8 "Stuck In Park"

I have a 1998 Jaguar XJ8 with 115k miles. When I go into it to drive today i notice the shifter was stuck in park. I've tried pressing the brake and taken it out of park like normal but it still wouldn't get out of park. I read the manual and three hours later I read that there is a J level thing thats holding it in park. The manual said to simply turn the car on, hold the brake, and put it in gear and if it didn't work that way it told me how to manually take it out of Park which was by taken out a screw by the shifter, stick the key (or a screw driver type tool) in the hole and some how it released the J level to make it where it can move it out of park but in order to drive it or crank it I had to put it in neutral, then once it was crank then shift it to drive or reverse, but once I put it back in park it gets stuck again by the J level thing. So now the only way I can drive my car is by sticking the key or a screw driver of some sort in the hold to manually take it out of gear. So what is the problem? and how can I fix this to make it where I don't have to manually take it in and out of gear with a screw driver? Thanks,

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Guess - If brake lights/switch is working properly then you need to trace to and check the actuator that releases it from park when foot is on brake,

T

I am hearing a "clickity-clack" sound (Jaguar XJ 1998)

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Question From Guest on I am hearing a "clickity-clack" sound (Jaguar XJ 1998)

Well it's been happening recently. I put my key in, give it a turn and the engine starts, though with a CLICKITY CLACK sound. Literally, a clickity clack, as though there might be some kind of gremlin sitting beneath my engine drumming a wooden spoon against his plastic bucket.

I don't know what to make of it. I'm worried. I have reluctantly driven quite a bit already with the sound present.

Does anyone know what may be wrong with it?

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Is this just when starting while starter is engaged?
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Just funny but not because you are having a problem: Wouldn't you think a Jag would at least have a real steel drum band instead of a wooden spoon and and plastic bucket?!

T

Response From Guest

Haha, yeah, you're right.

Well I've actually just noticed recently that it has developed from a clickity clack sound to a somewhat grinding sound. I've determined it might be from like a pulley scratching on something or something with the belt?

In nutral, the more I rev the engine, the faster it sounds :S

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Ok: I was trying to rule out the starter which doesn't sound like this now.

First - make sure all fluids are to proper level - gauges read ok?

This probably is a belt or any pulley with it. You might see something wrong with engine running just looking at it. Idler and tensioner pulleys seem to have more problems and alternators are close in there too.

Whatever it is do find it and fix it. If a belt cuts loose or parts fly off with bad bearing who knows what can be damaged when it might be fairly simple right now.

Sometimes just the belt itself can be noisy and if you sprayed some WD-40 on the friction side (engine off please) and it shuts right up when started a new belt would probably be the only thing needed.

Funny noises are just that and hard to say from here,

T