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How to change rear wheel bearing 1988 xj6 - 1993 Jaguar XJ6

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SOURCE: Jaguar 1988 xj6 3.4

This is a child safetly feature. There should be a small lever on the inside of the door frame on the door itself. You will have to switch it back in order for the handles to function again.

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

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SOURCE: how to change rear struts on 1995 xj6 jaguar

Its not the simple on teh 1995 xj6, the rear axle needs to be dropped down. If you email me I will send you the factory info to replace them jptcat@hotmail.com
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Posted on Feb 17, 2009

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SOURCE: changed nearside rear wheel hub xj6 sport

i think you replaced the wrong hub., hub come with and without abs the ones with out abs fit the same but are missing a ridge on the back that has bumps. that is what the sensor reads for the abs and for the speed. i think you got a hub for a can without abs.the only other thing is that you cut the wire that goes to the wheel sensor when u replaced the hub. not matter what for some reason the info from that sensor isnt making it to the computer. start with a quick check of the wire (dont waste to much time with that) then look behind the hub and see if there is the ridge for the abs. if not or you cant tell i would just replace the hub anyway because that is the most likely answer to your problem.
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on the bottom it has the abs ring - just for your referance

Posted on Mar 29, 2009

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SOURCE: 1995 xj6 read end noise

likely the diff if a whine or if a clonk over bumps the rear shock bushings

Posted on Jun 08, 2010

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SOURCE: vibration from rear end and noise

sounds to me like u need new u-joints

Posted on Jul 10, 2010

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