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.
I own two Jaguar XJ6's and my brother owns one. 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.
Union member of local 933 Machinists Union
I am a retired Electronic Tech. and I have restored several old cars and Tractors.
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Check to see if you have a fuel problem or and ignition problem by putting some fuel in the throttle body. Check all relays and make sure you have a spark at the plugs. If it starts with the fuel injected
It sounds like you have a shorted fuel pump relay. Remove your fuel pump relay and see if the problem goes away. If it does not, open your trunk and see if your fuel pump is making the noise. Remove fuses
It sound like your transmission is about to go out. Please check your fluid level. If it is within limits, change your fluids and filter. It may or may not help. Check your linkage also from your shifter
I do not believe that you that you have a ground problem. Recheck you flasher switch installation and make sure that you do not have any bear wires. The ground for the lights go to the main ground. Without
First check the connections under the fender near the lights. The light can be unplugged near them. You may have a bad turn signal switch. The other problems may be caused by a bad turn signal switch.