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  • About tarhealcracker
    Biography
    Retired VP Service J&J and Dornier Med
    Location
    Eustis FL
    Interests
    Woodworking HDTV
    Occupation
    Retired
    forename
    RB
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    Vehicle Info
    JAG XJR 05 Gone but not forgotten. )7 XK Getting To Know You
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    Tarheal
    07 XK Coupe. Sold. Best looking runner up, 05 XJR most satisfactory car I ever owned, 72 XJ6, 76 XJ6C, 72 XJ12 - mildly disappointing, 84 XJS, 69 XKE Conv't - Best looking

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  • Last Activity: 05-17-2019 12:47 PM
  • Join Date: 09-15-2009
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  1. 07-25-2011 04:50 PM - permalink
    I have a 2005 XJ8L 73k miles, don't drive it often and yesterday I noticed the front end was sitting very low. I started the vehicle and I heard a "pop" sound as if something came aloose or the car backfired . I could hear what I'm assuming is the compressor running (a humming/buzzing sound and shortly after the error message "vehicle too low" appeared, shortly thereafter that, the Air Suspension Fault error message displayed. I am approx. 115 miles from the nearest Jag dealership and wanted to rule out common troubleshooting tips first.

    My dad is a mechanic and put the car on the lift and the shocks seem to be in tact. However, he said the air compressor pump is not running consistantly. Do you think it is a relay problem? If so, where is the relay for the air compressor located?
    I would appreciate your help!
  2. 04-06-2010 08:03 AM - permalink
    Hi Tarheel, how much do you want for your lone Custom wheel?

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