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  • About michaelh
    Location
    Jersey, Channel Islands
    Interests
    Cars! DIY, horses,Radio & electronics,old Jersey houses
    Occupation
    IT Consultant
    forename
    Mike
    surname
    Haigh
    Vehicle Info
    1998 Jaguar XK8 Coupe
    Country of Residence
    JE
    Gender
    Male
  • Signature

    1998 Sapphire Blue XK8 Coupé
    34.5K & still going strong

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  • Last Activity: Today 07:38 AM
  • Join Date: 04-23-2014
  • Referrals: 0

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  1. 05-25-2018 11:07 AM - permalink
    Michaelh question:
    Michaelh how are the horses treating you? No longer hear the brake switch clicking nor the solenoid click in the J Gate on my 2002 XK8? Shifter stuck in "park". Brakes lights work, cruise control works, just go ahead and replace the brake switch right? I have a spare roller switch that fits up front in the J Gate, I put that in and nothing. I also need too replace the reverse and neutral micro switches in the J Gate, you have a alternative source for these micro switches that's affordable? I check the tranny gear switch mounted against the tranny from the shifter cable, all is tight.
    VIN# SAJDA41C92NA30302

    Eric
  2. 12-16-2017 08:32 AM - permalink
    Hey michaelh, enjoy your post to all the questions, so was wondering if you've seen my recent post in the XK8 log about bolt size. If you have an idea to my question, would appreciate your input. Thanks.
    Chuck
  3. 434MHz
    03-27-2016 04:19 PM - permalink
    Hi there,
    I presume this is a PM mechanism. Yes, been involved with radios, comms and electronics for some time now. Did some stuff on my username frequency a while back, since it opens doors!

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