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Convertible top not working.
The first thing to do is to see if the convertible top fuse is ok. Then you should check that the power to and from the top switch is flowing. If both are ok then the power top motor should...
Thunk sound when shifting
Hello. This is a common issue on this vehicle. If the transmission does not appear to be slipping then you either have a failing driveline coupler or a bad transmission mount. Over time both of these can rot out and...
Car cranks, but won't start - 1995 Jaguar XJS
Hey there. It's quite possible for some water or degreaser to be shorting a connection, but it should hopefully dry out eventually. Pull a spark plug and check for spark. If none, check the ignition module, then ignition connections for...
Brake system malfunction
The master cylinder is likely worn out and should be replaced. The rubber cups simply allow the brake fluid to slip past, rather than compress, when the brake pedal is pressed. I would also replace all of your brake hoses...
Clunking sound while shifting from first to second gear - 1995 Jaguar XJS
Hello. There are several possibilities here. Two common causes could be a worn driveshaft universal joint or a worn or broken transmission or engine mount that is allowing the transmission and engine to move about too much - possibly hitting...
Whining noise, fuel system issue
Hello. You should stop driving the car until this is addressed. You didn't specify where fuel was squirting out, but in any case, this is a serious safety hazard. Given the age of your vehicle, and that it as been...
Car shut off at the traffic light - 1994 Jaguar XJS
This is most likely a fuel pump fuse or fuel pump relay acting up. Given the age of your Jaguar, electrical power to the pump is quite likely. Have a professional mechanic, like YourMechanic, inspect the stalling issue and proceed...

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