Common Repairs on the Jaguar XJ 350/358

British luxury car maker, Jaguar, has a stellar reputation for producing high quality vehicles. This would certainly include the third generation Jaguar XJ X350/X358, which was in production from 2004 to 2009. As great as these cars are they can and do experience mechanical problems occasionally.

Electrical Problems: Some owners have complained of electrical problems with their XJ X350/X358 vehicles, where the parking lights and interior overhead lights appear dimmer than normal. As well, their remotes are not able to unlock the car doors.

Air Suspension Problems: Another issue that has been reported by Jag XJ X350/X358 owners is a problem with the car's air suspension where the front end of the car is riding extremely low with the wheel wells almost touching the top of the front tires. This should be addressed sooner than later.

Coolant Reservoir Failure: Some drivers of the Jaguar XJ X350/X358 and similar models have had issues with the coolant reservoir experiencing greater pressure than normal and blowing off and subsequently damaging the vent hose.

Fuel Pressure Issues: Some Jaguar XJ X350/X358 drivers have experienced problems with their car's fuel pressure. Their Jags stall out as if they were out of gas even though this is not the case. This can be a very perplexing and frustrating issue.

Rear Window Sun Shade Issues: Some Jaguar XJ X350/X358 owners have complained that the rear sun shade fails to retract properly. Applying lubricant may help solve the problem. If not, a mechanic should be able to assist in its repair.

If you are the owner of a Jaguar XJ, either the X350 or X358 model, and are experiencing any of the mechanical issues outlined above, be sure to take your vehicle into a nearby foreign auto repair shop for analysis. There's a good chance you will save money over a dealership.

Search for a local, independent Jaguar repair shop with Jaguar mechanics that have dealer-level expertise at a fraction of the expense.