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the airbag is held on by 2 plastic clips, they are shaped like a claw to release them you need a flat blade screwdriver to gently seperate the 2 parts of the claw. (there is a jaguar special tool for the job} insert the driver through the holes in the back of the steering wheel and twist 90 degrees. turn the wheel quarter turn to gain access.pull gently on the airbag at the same time, you need the driver to be the correct size its a bit of a pig to do, make sure you disconnect the battery first. the airbag electrical connectors are delicate so be careful, good luck
Loosen the wheel hub nut. Remove the front road wheel and tire. Remove the tie rod end retaining nut. Using the special tool 204-192 Ball joint Splitter detach the tie rod end. Remove the subframe reinforcement plate retaining bolts. Loosen the subframe rear mount bolt. Loosen the subframe front mount bolt. Remove and discard the wheel hub nut. using spcial tools 204-269Forcing Screw,205-491-01 adapter nuts,205-491 wheel hub puller Detach the wheel knuckle. Remove the lower arm ball joint retaining bolt. Reposition the lower arm. Detach the wheel knuckle. using special tools 307-443 RH Halfshaft splitter ,307-442 RH Halfshaft splitter handle detach the halfshaft. Remove the exhaust muffler inlet pipe. Remove the halfshaft seal. Remove the transfer case Y bracket retaining bolt. To prevent damage to the transfer box internal seal, make sure that the link shaft is not retracted further than 200 mm from the transfer box casing. remove the halfshaft. Attach special tools to the halfshaft. Lever the special tools to displace the halfshaft. Install the transfer case Y bracket retaining bolt. Remove the halfshaft. Use suitable protective covers to protect the barshaft. Remove the halfshaft snap ring. Install a new snap ring to the halfshaft. Install a new halfshaft seal. Remove the special tool. Remove the transfer case Y bracket retaining bolt. Remove the special tool. Make sure the CV joint splines are located fully. Do not use excessive force when engaging the CV joint into the link shaft. Install the halfshaft. Install the transfer case Y bracket retaining bolt. Tighten to 25 Nm. Attach the wheel knuckle. Reposition the lower arm. Attach the wheel knuckle. Install the lower arm ball joint retaining bolt. Tighten to 83 Nm. Install the exhaust muffler inlet pipe. Tighten the subframe front mount retaining bolt. Tighten to 142 Nm. Loosely install the subframe rear mount retaining bolt. Install the subframe reinforcement plate retaining bolts. Tighten to 35 Nm. Tighten to 142 Nm. Install the tie rod end. Tighten to 35 Nm. Loosely install a new wheel hub nut. Install the front road wheel and tire. Tighten the wheel hub nut. Tighten to 330 Nm. Check the subframe alignment.
i have not heard of one yet need to check around because they are coming out with new things every day give these websites a try to see if you can find out any information www.alldatadiy.com and www.autozone.com if all fails stop by your local Jaguar dealership and talk with someone in the parts department wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.