Question about Jaguar XKR
1 st of all for a Dealership to tell you you have to live with it is beyond "Unprofessional Advice" .
sounds as if a possible crack in the frame or brake s will not cause a rumbling sound it has to be either wheel bearings or internal engine ...i cannot determine this just without being able to see /hear it for myself ....i would seek professional help obviously this dealership is of no use to you did you obtain the vehicle from them ..if so they most likely know the issue at hand and arre awaiting the warranty to expire
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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