Question about 2003 Jaguar X-Type
These are a real pain in the rear. The headlight assembly that makes them move is plastic and breaks easily. I've spent 1200.00 replacing one only to have both go out in 6 months. Hitting a pot hole will break them. They sell the whole assembly. I ended up finding a fix online with a 2.00 screw to hold them in the proper place and had a local body shop do the fix for me. They agreed that it was a huge waste of money to buy the whole assembly only for it to break again. There is a positioning port at the top of them, but you have to have a Jag dealer adjust it or it will strip out if you try using just a screw driver.
Posted on May 17, 2011
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