Check for loose or worn suspension components. My XJ8 became unstable when a rear tie rod became worn. To check jack up rear wheels. If you can rock either of them left and right that might be your problem.
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How do the brakes feel? Mushy? Hard? It could be a brake failure. Check the brake fluid level. Is it the correct amount? Take it some place where the shop will check your brakes for free and get another opinion.
i assume your car is auto.the switches for the only start in p and n are in the J gate and in the gearbox rotary switch, they both need to to be in sync for the car to crank and start, check the selector cable adjustment. its easy to check put lever in r and make sure the lever is PERFECTLY IN LINE WITH THE R SLOT IN THE J GATE.if not remove J gate surround and if necessary for access center console, adjust outer cable using 24mm spanner until it lines up exactly, the selector cable is also prone to stretching and going out of adjustment due to a fault in the gearbox that makes it hard to get out of park and if you force it it can damage/stretch the cable,
First off clean and lubricate the tracks the sun roof operates on, using a good quality lubricant with Teflon in it.
The find the fuse and relay for it, remove the fuse, blow out the receptacle and clean the contacts on the fuse w/a wire brush before re-installing..do the same for the relay, often a bit of corrosion on these parts allows it to operate partially.
Hi,just seen someone else do this job and they took the hole bumper off,I would advise you to buy a Haynes manuel wich will also tell you how to do other jobs in the future,you could buy online or from Halfords,all the best.
Radio codes are normally dependent upon the serial number of the radio. You obtain the serial number off the radio and contact the dealer and they can give you the code once you verify that you are indeed the proper owner of the radio.