The E-Type (XK-E) Forum

What did you do to your E-Type today??

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erlewis Eric Lewis
Madison, USA   USA
The bonnet restoration project is moving along. Cars on State Street in June is the goal.

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RedBird64 Ken Ashbrook
Severna Park, MD, USA   USA
Nice color combo! Good luck meeting your goal.....

Severna Park, Md
'67 2+2 E Type
'08 XK-R Portfolio

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scoupe89 Jim Dunne
Phoenix, AZ, USA   USA
1968 Jaguar E-Type Convertible "Full Restoration Roadster"
1969 Jaguar E-Type 2+2 ~ For Sale ! ~
1987 Jaguar XJ-SC "Hanger Queen" ~ For Sale ! ~
1992 Jaguar XJ-S ~ For Sale ! ~
Really an awesome looking car with the seams removed. reminds me of an AC Cobra with or without the push bars. I have a pic of a 1,5 series with front bumper delete.

1968 E Type Roadster
1969 E type 2+2
1987 Jaguar XJ-SC V12 Champagne/Beige interior - 48k orig miles
1989 Jaguar XJ-S V12 Red/Beige - Dayton wire wheels
1992 Jaguar XJS V12 White/Beige - Alpine CD/MP3

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Puddinhead Patrick Forestell
Ocala, FL, USA   USA
1966 FHC LHD:

Symptom, no turn signals but 4Way action OK.
Found defective relay that rests under driver side cover.
Put working 4Way relay into defective relay location and all ok, bad relay works fine for
rear 4 way action. Need to order new USA made type relay. Mine had USA relay for 4Way as
I think USA dealers were installing the safety 4Way circuit so they used USA product relay. My defective
relay was LUCAS (of course).

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Yankela Jack Kay
York, PA, USA   USA
Based on advice from forum, was able to secure loose windshield washer nozzle with "crazy glue". The nut holding the threaded end fell off and getting to it is almost impossible without a lot of work and disruption.
Using this approach, it was a 5 minute fix.

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