Question about 1990 Jaguar XJ6
I am trying to find out if u have to pull the fuel tank to change the rear shocks on a 1990 jaguar xj6
No. But if can't get it on a lift or high enough to work under comfortably..it will be very awkward. The calipers get in the way when you are removing the springs and shocks as a unit. You can move the part and get it out and down, but you will need to remove the rear wheels and let the rear springs hang down.
Make sure you have a good spring compressor to get the old springs off....in most cases it is the springs that go soft and not the shocks...
Don't assume that it is the shocks unless you know for sure they are bad.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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