Re.furbing a 1994 jag to original standard and have found the gubbins for a car phone and would like to include this in the project.would like to know wot make of phone it is i need as all the info i have is nokia type phf-3 , id38/0874, this is the serial number on the components i have found under the dash.It has got a speaker and the microphone jack sockets with the wires attached and the mic is above the drivers door.any help and advice would be gratefully accepted.
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About right ---its auto so they get a hammering .On my jag XJ40 sovereign i use the auto box on manual control to slow the car down like a manual ,saves on the brakes and gives me a feeling of security that iam not relying on the brakes
when you say turbo has someone fitted a aftermarket turbocharger ?or is it a xjr with supercharger? what model is it ? xj40 or x300, the only connection with the throttle pedal I can think of is the cruise control or the gearbox kickdown cable. all the xj40,s had a kick down cable, the 3.2 x300, also. the 4.0l x300 was electronic. start by checking the throttle cable, pedal, and throttle body. if it has a kick down cable try car with cable disconnected.this sounds a strange one, love to drive it have been a jag tech for 40 years
YOU HAVE A SHORT IN THE WIRING FROM THE REAR BRAKE LIGHT TO THE HIGH LEVEL BRAKE LIGHT , JUST FIND THE WIRING FROM HIGH BRAKE LIGHT TO LOW & REPLACE OR FIND THE SHORT & SPLIT THE CABLE REMOVE 5-8 MM OF SHEATH FROM EACH SIDE & CRIMP A CONNECTOR BRINGING THE TWO SEPARATE PIECES OF WIRE TOGETHER AGAIN
I'm not sure what model your Jag is but, for the XL8+ there is a TSB/Recalls (Technical Service Bulletin) for:
NOISE DURING START UP - INSTALL REVISED TIMING CHAIN TENSIONERS:
Some vehicles within the above VIN range may experience a rattling noise when the engine is started. This noise may be caused by the secondary timing chain tensioners. Research has shown that a noise can originate at the chain tensioners to cause a resonance in another part of the engine.
A revised, spring assisted, secondary timing chain tensioner has been introduced to eliminate this concern, commencing at engine No. 98102106XX. Introductory VINs are not yet available. In case of a customer complaint, the revised tensioners may be installed on earlier V8 engines.
But then again, I'm not sure exactly of your model, if you get back to me with the exact model, I can check for any TSB/Recalls for you :)
If you don't have the trunk key, use the trunk release button in the glove compartment. If you do have the key, you must turn it all the way to the left and then press the button. It should open then. Turn it back to midway and it will stay unlocked.