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Rusty XK8: "left and right idlers"; would that be TIMING CHAIN idlers? Nugs and novices need as much description as they can get! Thanks for the info.
He's talking about the serpentine belt idlers.
 
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Serpentine Belt Pulley Replacements - Exact fit. Dayco 89016

After having the plastic pulley and bearing fail on the serpentine belt spring tensioner on my '97 XK8 out in the middle of nowhere and having the car towed home I didn't feel like paying $100 plus for a new spring idler assembly with another plastic pulley.
I found a $19.99 (even cheaper online) Dayco 76mm metal pulley that is an exact fit for BOTH the fixed pulley by the alternator and the spring tensioner. Its Dayco #89016. These of course have the proper bearing already. Most auto parts stores seem to carry these in stock. Except here they all had just 1 in stock. The list price is $19.99 and as cheap as $14 with free shipping online. Just remember when removing the bolt that holds it to the spring tensioner that it is a LEFT hand thread unlike the fixed pulley. These do not have the lips like the ones on the early MY's had but they are not needed. So you can replace both pulleys and the belt for $60-70 total.





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Hello Guys,

I live in Amman, Jordan and there aren't many XK8s around (the pfficial number is 8 in the whole kingdom!!) which is why I appreciate this thread sooooooo much.

This is a list of cars that use the same mass air sensor:

2000-2003 Jaguar Vanden Plas Exc. Supercharger
1999 Jaguar Vanden Plas
1999-2003 Jaguar XJ8
1999-2002 Jaguar XK8
2010 Mazda 3 2.3 Liters
2007-2009 Mazda 3 Turbo
2006 Mazda 6 Turbo
2010 Mazda CX-7 2.3 Liters
2007-2009 Mazda CX-7
2007 Mazda CX-9
2005-2006 Saab 9-2X
2004-2007 Subaru Impreza
2002-2003 Subaru Impreza 2.0 Liters
2008-2009 Subaru Legacy 2.5 Liters Turbo
2008-2009 Subaru Legacy 3.0 Liters
2004-2007 Subaru Legacy
2008-2009 Subaru Outback 2.5 Liters Turbo
2008-2009 Subaru Outback 3.0 Liters
2004-2007 Subaru Outback
2006-2007 Subaru B9 Tribeca
2004-2006 Subaru Baja Turbo
2004-2010 Subaru Forester
2008-2010 Subaru Tribeca

I used this info myself to get a hold of a used one for my Jag out of an old Subaru.

The most common one I came across (maybe OEM?) is Denso MB197400-3021, but there are others out there that fit all these cars.
 
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In terms of water pump, the Bosch 96181 appears to fit the bill, and it also fits the following non-Jags:

• 2000 LINCOLN LS V8-3950 3.9L DOHC
• 2001 LINCOLN LS V8-3950 3.9L DOHC
• 2002 FORD THUNDERBIRD V8-3950 3.9L DOHC
• 2002 LINCOLN LS V8-3950 3.9L DOHC
• 2003 FORD THUNDERBIRD V8-3950 3.9L DOHC
• 2003 LINCOLN LS V8-3950 3.9L DOHC
• 2004 FORD THUNDERBIRD V8-3950 3.9L DOHC
• 2004 LINCOLN LS V8-3950 3.9L DOHC
• 2005 FORD THUNDERBIRD V8-3950 3.9L DOHC
• 2005 LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER V8-4398 4.4L DOHC
• 2005 LAND ROVER LR3 V8-4394 4.4L DOHC
• 2005 LINCOLN LS V8-3950 3.9L DOHC
• 2006 LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER V8-4394 4.4L DOHC
• 2006 LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER V8-4197 4.2L DOHC
• 2006 LAND ROVER LR3 V8-4394 4.4L DOHC
• 2006 LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER SPORT V8-4394 4.4L DOHC
• 2006 LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER SPORT V8-4197 4.2L DOHC
• 2006 LINCOLN LS V8-3950 3.9L DOHC
• 2007 LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER V8-4394 4.4L DOHC
• 2007 LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER V8-4197 4.2L DOHC
• 2007 LAND ROVER LR3 V8-4394 4.4L DOHC
• 2007 LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER SPORT V8-4394 4.4L DOHC
• 2007 LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER SPORT V8-4197 4.2L DOHC
• 2008 LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER V8-4394 4.4L DOHC
• 2008 LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER V8-4197 4.2L DOHC
• 2008 LAND ROVER LR3 V8-4394 4.4L DOHC
• 2008 LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER SPORT V8-4394 4.4L DOHC
• 2008 LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER SPORT V8-4197 4.2L DOHC
• 2009 LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER V8-4394 4.4L DOHC
• 2009 LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER V8-4197 4.2L DOHC
• 2009 LAND ROVER LR3 V8-4394 4.4L DOHC
• 2009 LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER SPORT V8-4394 4.4L DOHC
• 2009 LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER SPORT V8-4197 4.2L DOHC

and possibly a few more recent ones.
 
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The fuel pump is ultra common, but the plastic harness isn't. Its a little fiddly, but you could replace the pump alone and install it into the original assembly.

I bought mine from a US car parts dealer, most of the cars it fits are Fords... etc. Perhaps the most common is the F150 1997-2004 and perhaps other years.
 
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Is this a Ford part or will I have to part with $300+ to buy the Jag part.
 
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Is this a Ford part or will I have to part with $300+ to buy the Jag part.
Try this parts locator site. They show several available both new, used, aftermarket, etc. at what appear to be reasonable prices.

Car-Part.com--Used Auto Parts Market
 
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Originally Posted by jafari View Post
Hello Guys,

I live in Amman, Jordan and there aren't many XK8s around (the pfficial number is 8 in the whole kingdom!!) which is why I appreciate this thread sooooooo much.

This is a list of cars that use the same mass air sensor:

2000-2003 Jaguar Vanden Plas Exc. Supercharger
1999 Jaguar Vanden Plas
1999-2003 Jaguar XJ8
1999-2002 Jaguar XK8
2010 Mazda 3 2.3 Liters
2007-2009 Mazda 3 Turbo
2006 Mazda 6 Turbo
2010 Mazda CX-7 2.3 Liters
2007-2009 Mazda CX-7
2007 Mazda CX-9
2005-2006 Saab 9-2X
2004-2007 Subaru Impreza
2002-2003 Subaru Impreza 2.0 Liters
2008-2009 Subaru Legacy 2.5 Liters Turbo
2008-2009 Subaru Legacy 3.0 Liters
2004-2007 Subaru Legacy
2008-2009 Subaru Outback 2.5 Liters Turbo
2008-2009 Subaru Outback 3.0 Liters
2004-2007 Subaru Outback
2006-2007 Subaru B9 Tribeca
2004-2006 Subaru Baja Turbo
2004-2010 Subaru Forester
2008-2010 Subaru Tribeca

I used this info myself to get a hold of a used one for my Jag out of an old Subaru.

The most common one I came across (maybe OEM?) is Denso MB197400-3021, but there are others out there that fit all these cars.
Yes, for those looking to buy a new MAFS, the Mazda part from the 06' Mazda 3 is identical.

This is the part number 197400-2160.
The sensor also has this engraved on the plastic: L321.

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What do you think about this ignition coil set:

2005 Jaguar XK8 Ignition Coil (Set of 8) at 1A Auto.com

Think it would be a waist of money? The price is cheap compared to any others I have seen of course $300 for the others recommended is not bad either.
 
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Sounds like a good deal.... Did you note that it is a Google Trusted Store? Nice to know if there is a problem.

https://support.google.com/trustedst.../1669761?hl=en
 
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If you only need one or a few, I've got 8 known good used OEM ones I'll let go for $20 each plus shipping.

Originally Posted by Scottsgreenjag View Post
Sounds like a good deal.... Did you note that it is a Google Trusted Store? Nice to know if there is a problem.

https://support.google.com/trustedst.../1669761?hl=en
 
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Motorcraft brand oil & fuel filter for 2003 XK8 & later
Oil Filter FL 2021------------Fuel Filter FG986B (not threaded type)
JIC-- Mercon SP rather than ZF Lifegard ATF. Save many $s
 
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If you are changing the hydraulic fluid in your convertible top lift system, rather than using Pentosin CHF 11S, which provides one with an unpleasant-smelling "green shower" when a hydraulic hose in the windscreen header ruptures, Bilstein FeBi 02615 can be used instead. It is compatible with the system's elastomeric components and does not have a dye in it. You can buy it online or find it at good NAPA stores in the USA.

This, from the voice of experience. I recently replaced all the original Parker high-pressure hydraulic hoses in my car after taking a green shower. It was quite a painstaking job. Thanks to Klaus Witte at Top Hydraulics Inc. in Florence, OR for superior quality replacement hoses and the best support and communications I've received from any vendor in a very long time.
 
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$5.95 each (free shipping) About 1/10 the retail price of $50!!!!

At a minimum, we need these for our oil coolers and air filter boxes

This is an eBay seller, "Parts4export". Because any particular sale may have ended when go to look for it i won't bother listing the URL. But they call it a, Fuel Injection Air Flow Meter Mount.

Finally!!!
 
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[QUOTE=Canuck pump engineer;1128527]The side marker bulb socket from a 2010 Ford F-250 is an exact replacement for those in my 2003 XK8.

Ford Part Number: F8RZ13K371AA

Here is a link to a source I found for only $7.10 USD:
www.group1autoparts.com/ford/f-250-super-duty/f8rz13k371aa/2010-year/xl-trim/6-4l-v8-diesel-engine/electrical-cat/side-marker-lamps-scat/?part_name=socket-left[/QUOTE ]
On my XK8 the JPT sockets on the rear markers are deteriorated and I found the item under the following link: AMP : Junior Power Timer | TE Connectivity
 
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Sorry, got to try again. The sockets for the light bulb holder can be found with the link below:
AMP : Junior Power Timer | TE Connectivity
 
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Has anyone tried the lower, primary tensioners and guides sold as Ford/Lincoln parts for the
Lincoln LS 3.9 V8. It seems they are very similar and about $100 cheaper?
 
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I just had my injectors refurbished by Keith at "Injector Experts" (419-619-6650). $20 per + shipping. Great guy. Don't hesitate to call. O-rings were replaced as well as the screens. And you get a Before & After performance report card as well.


When I asked about alternate sources for our $200+ injectors, he said Subaru. Probably around $40. He didn't have the exact part number though. If anyone out there has the resources, could you update us with the Subaru part number? 80% off list, is a CHUNK of savings.
 
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I was looking for a more reasonably priced alternative to the Jaguar OEM fuel filter 1X43-9155-AA/C2S20977 and found the WIX 33078 to be an identical replacement to the filter used on the 2003+ XK8/XKR's with the quick connects. It is made in Poland as well so I suspect t may come from the same plant. Its about $10.00 Attached are some pics for comparison. It has good flow specs too.


WIX 33078 Alternate Fuel Filter to Jag c2s20977/1X43-9155-AA



WIX to Jag Filter - Length Compaison



WIX to Jag Fuel Filter - Width Comparison
 

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I replaced a knock sensor on my XK8 a couple of years ago. I read a thread here where a knock sensor from a XJ6 would work fine and it did. The wires were just a little longer but the price if I remember correctly was around a hundred dollars less. The XJ6 part was around 25 dollars.
 

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