My 1995 xj with 139000 miles, has a noise coming from the rear of the car. After riding in the rear seat I think it is on the drivers side. I think it my be a wheel bearing because if you stear from left to right the noise changes a little.If you are driving staight and get on and off the gas the noise does not change. Ant ideas?
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1999 ??? think you have blown a computer memory thing but my workshop manual doesnt cover later models so i would ask at dealers for a new memory module and see what they show on the parts picture ,this vehicle has three sets of fuses if its like mine which is a 94 ,ones set either side of the footwell and more under the centre consul armrest
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Have you checked all of the fuses?
There are 5 fuse boxe's in these cars, two under the bonnet, one in each of the rear wells and the main one in the boot with battery.
You might also check the conection plug under the seat has not been pulled apart.