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Check for loose or worn suspension components. My XJ8 became unstable when a rear tie rod became worn. To check jack up rear wheels. If you can rock either of them left and right that might be your problem.
remove rear mudflaps if fitted, remove screws from rear of wheel arch liners. two 19mm headed bolts from underside of bumper, be warned they sieze and a lot of force will destroy the bumper mounts and the bumper beam not cheap to repair.
ther are 2 buttons below the gear shift towards the rear of the car - one has what looks like a spedometer symbol on it - press tthe symbol and it activates the cruise control - then use the set button of the steering wheel to set the speed you want
Make sure the dash lights aren't turned down first of all. I know that sounds basic, but I've seen it happen before. Believe the twist is near the knob to adjust the steering wheel which is lower steering column left hand side. Otherwise, I would check fuses to be sure. finally, the last thing I would do it pull the gauge cluster and check connections as well as bulbs.