If there is any problem with the starter, the ignition of the engine will itself be affected. If your Jaguar starter is worn, it will require replacement. Car Parts Warehouse has all trustworthy parts tested to be marketed. We have all parts of original equipment (OEM) and aftermarket replacements. All the parts we deal are of lowest online prices. We provide full warranty for all the parts you purchase from us. You need not worry that the parts might be from the junkyard, since we do not deal with such parts. We offer the fastest shipping with the door delivery at the earliest. The free shipping for all the orders made above $50.00 is available for our customers. We value the customer comfort and so have made the selection of the parts from our online catalog in just three steps. All that you have to do is to select the make, model and year of purchase of your vehicle.
The Jag starts, so the part works. And the price was reasonable. It's too bad the starter core is so heavy, it costs more to send back than I'd be refunded. Still a good value. Thank you.
We also manufacture our own version of every OEM Starter to exact factory specs. The Buy Auto Parts brand Starters look, fit, and perform the same as the factory Jaguar Starters. Because you are buying directly from the manufacturer, you are able to buy them at just a fraction of the price!
Jaguar cars are well-known for its performance and the quality. If all the components in your Jaguar works perfectly, you can enjoy a comfortable driving. In your vehicle, Jaguar Starter is a contributing part which needs to be maintained perfectly. If you find any difference in the working of the Jaguar Starter you need to get the good quality replacement part. You should maintain your vehicle in a perfect working condition to have a smooth drive. Nothing can be done if, the Jaguar Starter does not work during the drive. You can avoid this problem by having a regular check on the working of the Jaguar Starter. When you find any defect in the functioning of the Jaguar Starter, you need to replace it as early as possible to get the best out of it.
Tech Tip #10- Generic Bosch Starter Relay Upgrade for 70-87 XJ6 and 76-92 XJS|
Its no secret that some of the electrics used on these cars are less than reliable (youre probably thinking, wow, what a surprise). In particular, one item that I have always found to be even far below miserable is the original Jaguar starter relay. Many of you are probably familiar with this one- it is the rectangular shiny silver relay mounted on the firewall (XJ6 and XJ12) and on the rear right inner fenderwell (XJS). Theyre just junk, and expensive as well. Additionally, unlike modern relays, if you wire the relay coil backwards (by mistake) youll burn out the unit. After several occasions where these relays died on me (at inopportune times, as well), I decided I needed a more reliable replacement. The starter relay itself doesnt get much of a work out- its engaged perhaps 10-15 seconds max as the starter turns, then only again when the engine is restarted. Then I remembered those tidy little black plastic Bosch relays Id used for fog lamp installations over the years. In all the years I ran them, not one failed. Theyre rated at 20/30amps (the 2 different output contacts) which was more than enough to pull in a starter solenoid. So I gave it a try, and it has worked beautifully on each car. Since first trying this over 10 years ago, I have had zero failures. Also, these units come with a handy mounting tab on the case that just happens to easily fit on one of the original (old relays) mounting studs in the engine compartment- simple. Cost on these relays was something like $6 each when I first used them, and Im seeing them now for around $3 on EBay- very affordable, especially compared to the original Jag piece at $75+.. Whats very interesting as well is that when the new XJ6 sedan (XJ40 model) was introduced in 1988, it was equipped with this sort of Bosch-based starter relay. Great minds think alike???
Anyway, here are the wiring details for this upgrade-the wiring colors are exactly what you should have on your current relay, so just transfer the wiring/connectors individually to the correct terminals on the new relay. Please let me know if you have any questions!!