XJ6 & XJ12 Series I, II & III 1968-1992

XJ12C Jaguar (1976)

 
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This is Paul Duda, still seeking info (mostly in the form of photos) showing the correct routing of all the fuel lines in the trunk (boot for you Brits or Commonwealth types) and the correct positioning of the fuel pump and tank selector switches (I am led to believe there are at least two of the little beggars which are SUPPOSED to be in the trunk of my XJ12C.) Now that I have asked this question, I may never read an answer to it, because I'm not at all sure I will ever be able to get on this exact part of this forum again. How else will I ever be able to check on an answer?! Anyone have an extra incendiary device?! Perhaps two....one for this compooter and another for the car......................
 
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Hi Paul, see Nigel Thorley's Original Jaguar XJ, an easily available book. On pp. 93-94 there are some photos of the SII set up. It'd be a place to start.

I'm new to this site but hopefully there are SII owners and they could take pics of their own cars' set up for you and post them here.

Another possibility is to call SNG Barratt and see if their diagram based manual -- they sell it for about 60$ -- also has the SIIC (I bet it does) and then you'd be set. I haven't bought one yet but plan to do so.

I love the Coupe, btw.
 
 
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