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Strange behaviour in damp conditions

 
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Old 01-25-2018, 11:31 AM
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Yesterday I drove my 86 XJ-SC in the rain for the first time. For the first time ever, everything seemed to be working. The wiper self-parking has started working AND the heater works (and by that I mean regulating at the right temperature instead of sitting at full cold or full hot and refusing to move).

Would be a good day to buy a lottery ticket.

Could it be that Jags work best in the conditions in which they were originally born? (gloomy and damp)?
 
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Aye, I live in the area! It does remind our cars of their home land!!!




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Absolutely.
Don't ever expect to repeat the experience.
Just tick it off everyone's bucket list on this forum.
Drove my Jag and it didn't break.
Lucky sod.
 
 
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