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2004 Jaguar XJ8 Park assist control module. where is it located on the vehicle?

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PARK AID MUDULE IS IN THE LEFT REAR OF THE TRUNK.

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  • Anonymous Dec 22, 2010

    ThankYou Oldgrease mon! have a merry one !

  • Malcolm Kennett
    Malcolm Kennett May 27, 2019

    Actually on the left side of the spare wheel well at the very back of.

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