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Remove the rear seat in a 2004 xjr jaguar

Take out the rear seat

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SOURCE: locating the fuel filter for a 1997 jaguar xjr

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SOURCE: 1998 jaguar xjr rear shocks


The shockers are removed from under the car.

Good Luck !


Posted on Feb 18, 2009

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SOURCE: My 2004 Jaguar XJR heats up spiratically. One day

First suspect would be cooling fan controller. Big silver unit close to main fans. To check correct fan operation, leave it idling for a while, (best to do this test after it has had a run) and fully warm, then check both fans run up - they should go really hard after a while, the air flow will gradually increase to try to maintain a constant temperature. If they just run at a single speed, suspect controller, if only one runs, then the other fan or controller has failed (put multimeter across fan terminals to see which it is). Another possibility would be air lock in cooling system, these models are not prone to this, but it is a possibility, undo water pressure cap and make sure you fill until water is spilling down overflow tube, keep going for another pint or so, quickly put the cap on whilst water is still flowing down the tube. There is a second container at the front where excess coolant is dumped and returned when cold. If this is not primed, you can sometimes get a small vapour lock which can cause problems. Less likely is thermostat, these tend to fail in a predictable way, but thought I should mention it if all else fails.

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SOURCE: trunk release problem

First, check your fuse panel and see if you have a blown fuse. Replacing it will resolve the issue.

If not, fold down back seat and pull the emergency cable located near the key hole.

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How to open the trunk on 2004 Jaguar XJR. The battery is dead.

Hi Manuel:
Is it possible to open the hood?
If so, you should be able to attach jumper cables (Alternator or Relay?) to get the switches powered up. I'm assuming the trunk latch is electrical.

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2004 XJR brake lights coming on intermittently when not braking and It's showing excessive wear on rear rotors

For some cars when the brake light comes on it means that the brake fluid is in the reservoir is low. Check and refill.

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First, check your fuse panel and see if you have a blown fuse. Replacing it will resolve the issue.

If not, fold down back seat and pull the emergency cable located near the key hole.

Jan 23, 2010 | 2004 Jaguar XJ-Series

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04 xjr rear left side wheel rubbing as it rotates. heavy brake dust, but squeakng occurs without engaging breaks. Drivetrain issue?

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Aug 03, 2009 | 2004 Jaguar XJR-Series

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1998 jaguar xjr rear shocks


The shockers are removed from under the car.

Good Luck !


Feb 18, 2009 | 1998 Jaguar XJ8L

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2004 jaguar xjr series

look all the way to the back of that toward the rear of the motor... you should have some access to the drain plug... if there is no access you need to purchase the socket that will fit that... likely a torq type.


Sep 02, 2008 | 2004 Jaguar XJR-Series

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Jaguar xjr 2004

the motor is "sealed" by the factory... you need a special tool.... it does beg the question. it sounds like you are trying to remove the whole oil pan. why ??

There should be a drain plug that you can unscrew to change the oil.


Sep 02, 2008 | 2004 Jaguar XJR-Series

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1994 Jaguar XJR 4.0 (Six Cylinder)

If this is the same system as the earlier XJ40`s you access the rear shocks from unerneath.

The lower mount is simply a large (30mm-ish) nut & bolt thru the lower arm front to back, the top mount is held up by 4 small (13mm-ish) bolts going up into the rear floor.

They are then carefully fiddled out sideways & each must be refitted the same way round (the mounts are angled but mark them before removing).

Jul 07, 2008 | 2004 Jaguar XJR-Series

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