Question about 1995 Jaguar XJ-R
I was sitting in stop and go traffic and one day I was accelerating slightly and heard and loud crack from the rear end...it was very intense.
Since then the car runs and drives but their is no low end torque to the car.
Also another annoying prblem Ihave is traction control and anti lock work until I reach 15 miles per hour, then the trouble lights both come on...cleaned and checked sensors in all brakes but the problem still persists.
Without looking at it it sounds like a valve or a sticking valve , I would get some one to plug in a car code reader , Machanice or a cheaky way with a few pound in the hand better on a Saturday morning go to your local kwik fit , and ask if thay can look at it for a drink my mate does it . Good luck colin
Posted on Jun 16, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Loud noise from rear of car
It happened in our car as well. The problem with our car was the bushings on the rear suspension needed to be replaced.
It is not an inexpensive problem and one that only the dealer could fix, at least according to a couple of shops I spoke with b4 I went to the dealer. With an alignment ( 4wheel - ours is AW), it costs around $900.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
yes it sounds like a vacuum leak possibly the line going to the brake booster try to start the car open the hood and listen for a hissing noise you may be able to inpoint where the leak is and fix it with a new piece of hose or a fitting
Posted on May 31, 2009
Have exactly the same issue on 04 jag x type 2.5. So far have replaced fuel filter, air filter k&n, plugs ngk. Codes cleared, same issue. Seems to appear when air temp is cold and eng is warm.
Am replacing upstream O2 sensors and cleaning MAF next. Will keep you posted if it clears up. Did you ever find the cause?
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
Does this wobble the steering wheel or your seat? The difference is very important. If it shakes the steering wheel, you have warped front rotors. If it's more through the car and seats, rear rotors are warped. Let me know please.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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