6 Cyl 4.0L Engine modified for high performance.
Currently the XJS is experiencing a high-speed speedometer "needle bounce" (at 120 mph the bounce is between 90 mph and 150 mph.) Mechanics suggest replacing the electric speedometers transducer as a first step in correcting the needle bounce. Research, on my part, indicates the transducer is located at the rear of the transmission just ahead of the connection of the drive shaft to the transmission. Where exactly varies (bottom, right side, etc.) If possible, we need instructions to accomplish the transducer replacement. The part is available at my Jaguar dealer.
have the same problem?
Saturday, September 20th, 2008 AT 12:26 PM