Howard M. Fitzcharles III
|Jaguar from the XK 120 to XJ-6 ser. 3 1987|
Sammie H. Parker
|I own two Jaguar XJ6's and I do all of my own repairs. I know these car pretty well. I have own them for about 10 years. I have replaced many defective parts and have had many intermitting problems which I had to trouble shoot. I can help with most common problem with the XJ6.|
Hi Tom, Attached is a diagram of the instruments and wiring of the 87 XJ-S. The connector "CP-7" is in the center console. The color codes for the sending unit are "N/K" = Brown/Pink, "W" = White, "LG/O"
Hi Jay, When you have no spark the first thing to do is to test the (+) post on the coil for 12v with either a 12v test light or a voltmeter with the key in the "Ignition" position (not start position)
Hi Neil, I agree that most everything looks good. The 36 PSI with vacuum removed is a little low but that has no effect on idle at all. Only on acceleration. The one item that you did tends to tell