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Hello
That usually happens when you have a loose regulator , which in effect would not set the window properly.

The regulator has to be in good condition for the setting to stay as it should be,

2004 Jaguar XK8 | Answered on Aug 16, 2017


Try going through the set up of your key fobs like you replaced them and see if that works.

2004 Jaguar XK8 | Answered on Apr 07, 2014


to latch manually you have a allen key located on the pump in the boot rh side, remove the little plug on the screen closing panel and use the key to latch the mechanism. if the roof top operation is poor/ sluggish it needs the roof/top hydraulic system flushing and new pentosyl fluid using in the system the old type/origional fluid can turn to a jelly like substance.

2004 Jaguar XK8 | Answered on Aug 16, 2013


?? I also have 2004 XK8 with the navigation screen (Alpine). That isn't a touch type screen. The newer ones have a touch screen, but not that year.
You set the temperature (digital display) and the car will either turn on the heat or air conditioning, and speed up or slow down the fan depending on how close the actual temperature is to what you have set.

2004 Jaguar XK8 | Answered on Aug 05, 2011



4.0L And 4.2L Engines

  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.
  2. Remove or disconnect the following:
    NOTE Cap the power steering line to prevent loss of fluid and dirt ingress.

    NOTE Drain the fluid into a suitable container.


    Left-hand front wheel and tire. Air deflector. Left-hand engine mount retaining nut. Splash shield


    Power steering reservoir to power steering pump supply line Air conditioning (A/C) compressor upper retaining bolts
  3. Vehicles without supercharger, remove the throttle body.
  4. Vehicles with supercharger, remove the air cleaner outlet pipe.
  5. Install the left-hand engine lifting eye 303-749.
  6. Using the special tools 303-021 and 303-749, raise the engine to a suitable height.
  7. Raise and support the vehicle.
  8. Remove or disconnect the following:
  9. A/C compressor lower retaining bolt. Power steering pump lower retaining bolts. Lower the vehicle. Accessory drive belt. Power steering pump to steering gear pressure line. Remove and discard the O-ring seal. Wiring harness retaining clip from the power steering pump. Brake pipe retaining clamps. To install:
    1. Using the special tool 211-D027, install a new union O-ring seal. Push the new O-ring seal onto the special tool. Locate the tool over the union and ease the O-ring seal onto the union.
    2. To complete installation, reverse remaining removal procedure.
    3. Bleed the power steering system. AUTOZONE MAY HAVE THESE SPECIAL TOOLS THAT THEY LOAN OUT,CALL AND ASK. Bleeding

      Print
      When filling the reservoir, make sure that the fluid is clean and not agitated prior to use. The fluid should be poured slowly into the reservoir to minimize the possibility of aeration.

      1. Fill the reservoir to the MAX mark.
        NOTE Do not start the engine.
      2. Turn the steering from lock to lock.
      3. Check the fluid level. Fill the reservoir to the MAX mark if necessary.
      4. Start the engine and turn the steering from lock to lock.
      5. Switch the engine off.
      6. Check the fluid level. Fill the reservoir to the MAX mark if necessary.
      7. Start the engine, turn the steering wheel from lock to lock. If excessive noise is apparent or shudder is evident through the steering wheel, repeat the bleed procedure.
    Power steering pump

2004 Jaguar XK8 | Answered on Apr 22, 2011


You will probably have to take it to a Jaguar dealer and have them change the code for you.

2004 Jaguar XK8 | Answered on May 17, 2010


The easiest and cheapest way is to go to a shop wherethey use scopemeter testing.

The DIYer's way is to get the shop manual buy a spark tester and do exactly what the manual and the testers manual tell you to do to measure for spark.

Another DIYer's way is to buy a coil pack and swap it out for a bad one and then test for spark.

Not likely that all coils went. Ignition module is a common for all coils and so is battery and ignition switch.let me know how you make out.

2004 Jaguar XK8 | Answered on Apr 29, 2010

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