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Steering is very stiff in my 2004 jaguar xjr

My steering just became very stiff today what could it be and where do i fill up the fluid

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You may have a fluid leak. The pipes are prone to leaking on that vehicle. The power steering top up reservoir is under the hood. Refer to reservoir caps for indication or owners manual.

Posted on Nov 04, 2012

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SOURCE: 2004 Jaguar XJR Shifter stuck in park position

the shifter cable is on the lift side of the transmission, make sure it is bolted to the trnsmission

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

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SOURCE: 01' Jaguar XJR Starter location?

If you get just a click you should first check battery charge and all battery connections. The click is probably the solenoid kicking in but without enough battery to turn over the engine.

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SOURCE: coolant and power steering fluid for 2003 S-type Jaguar

coolant is a jaguar special but power steering is standard atf (transmission fluid)

Posted on Sep 20, 2009

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SOURCE: where to check transmission fluid on a 2001 jaguar

If there is a red dipstick, check it from here.
If no dipstick, then you will have to go from underneath and look at tranny. There will be two plugs on tranny. A lower drain plug and upper fill plug. You can remove the upper fill plug, put finger in the whole and you should be able to feel the fluid. If not, add some, You can use a rubber hose and funnel or top with hose on bottle to help fill it up

Posted on Oct 22, 2009

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It sounds like a bad shift indicator switch on the shifter. Kind of a pain in the *SS to get to those console's get real brittle.

Hope you get it in gear!!!

Posted on Oct 23, 2009

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