Question about Jaguar XJ6
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
hi remove top nuts and washers,once road wheel removed jack car up shock absorber will drop down from inner wing remove lower bolt and nut,move shock absorber up then slide out through the bottom past the lower wishbone,hope this helps(did it this way on mine)
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
2 airflow sensor out of operating range 3 coolant temp sensor out of operating range 4 oxy sensor indicates full rich 5 throttle potentiometer/airflow sensor... (low throttle pot signal with high airflow sensor signal) 6 throttle pot/airflow sensor...... (high throttle pot signal with low airflow sensor signal) 7 throttle pot...idle fuel adjustment failure(idle speed??) 8 intake air temp sensor...open or shorted circuit to sensor 11 Throttle pot at idle: Throttle pot idle trim out of normal range 12 Airflow meter: MAF signal out of range 14 Coolant thermistor: Resistance out of range or static during engine warm up 16 Air thermistor: Resistance out of range 17 Throttle pot: Out of range 18 Throttle pot/Airflow: Low throttle pot signal at high airflow 19 Throttle pot/Airflow: High throttle pot signal at low airflow 22 Fuel pump drive: ECU output to fuel pump relay 23 Fuel supply: Engine running too rich 24 Ignition Drive: ECU output to ignition Amp 26 Air leak: Engine running too lean 29 ECU self check 33 Injector Drive: ECU output to injectors 34 Injector: Looks for Injector dribble 37 EGR Drive: ECU output to EGR switching valve 39 EGR check sensor: EGR not working (normally pipe blocked) 44 Lambda (O2) sensor: Poor mixture control rich or weak (or misfire) 46 Idle speed Control valve: ECU output to Coil AB 47 Idle speed Control valve: ECU output to Coil CD 48 Idle Speed Control Valve: Stepper motor grossly out of position 66 Air pump: ECU output to air pump relay 68 Road speed sensor: Seen speed < 5km/h at high engine airflow 69 Drive/Neutral switch: Seen cranking in "D" or high airflow in "N" 89 Purge Valve drive: ECU output to purge valve
this is all I could find
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
SOURCE: where is fuil pump in
The fuel pump is usually located in/on the fuel tank, but with your jag, it is mounted externally from the tank. Frame mounted design with an inlet and outlet fitting...
Jack up the rear left hand side. Put the car on axle stands. Remove the left hand rear wheel.
You should be able to follow fuel line back to the fuel filter (just forward of the wheel arch) and then to the fuel pump which is behind wheel arch, (before the rear silencer/muffler).
One thing though, you might just have a faulty fuel pump relay, which on your 1990 can be found in the engine bay, left side, attached to the brake pedal hanger.
If you do decide to remove the fuel pump after all, then depressurize the fuel system first.
Remove fuel filler cap, disconnect the fuel pump relay, start engine and wait for it to stall. Turn off ignition, then disconnect battery.
Take all the usual precautions before disconnecting fuel lines, rags, container to catch spilt fuel etc.
Hope that helps, please rate me too thanks!
Posted on Feb 04, 2011
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