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Clicking relay???? Hi, i have a 1995 XJ6 and i can hear a rapid clicking noise from the steering column area. It sounds like a chattering relay. It seems to happen more when the steering wheel is central (driving in a straight line). Can this be rectified easily? Would i be able to do it myself to keep the costs down? Many thanks in advance of your help. Regards Ralph

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  • paullightfoo Dec 03, 2008

    this is exactly the fault i have. unfortunately i did nothing about it because now i seem to have a more serious problem with the car..... its really struggling with power, jerking and a bubbling noise...car rocking from side to side...... any clues? everything seems to happen all at once

  • John-Paul Toor May 11, 2010

    Is this noise constant or just when you start the car for a few seconds?

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