Is Your Fuel Pump Giving Out? Jaguar XJ6 X300

Is Your Fuel Pump Giving Out? Jaguar XJ6 X300

What’s up you guys! Learn how to diagnose a bad fuel pump and how to replace it on your 1989 – 2003 Jaguar XJ6 and XJ8. Hope you find this video helpful Please Like, Share and Subscribe it really means a lot! Thanks for watching!!

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The purpose of this video is to help out fellow Jaguar owners to the best of my knowledge. The information provided in the video is supplied as is, with no warranty. Most information comes from my experience working on cars. It’s not meant to replace shop manual or professional advice. I do not assume any liability whatsoever for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk.



William Mobley says:

Thanks for the well thought out video with visuals that were useful..

idoney bornelus says:

you dismantle the vehicle and you do too much work

Adam Ra says:

Hi I wonder if I might ask you a question, what in your opinion would cause bad clunking from the front on a X300? Kind regards

YoungBosnian says:

I got a 1991 XJ6 XJ40 Where is my fuel pump located?

Blondee _xx says:

Xj jesse,
Love your content but to cut into the rear shelf like that is questionable and I think deep inside you know it . Sorry for the comment

rspec12 says:

Great vid man, thanks

henry priego says:

Where can I find a fuel pump relay? For my Jaguar 96 vanden plas

Gene McCormick says:

Boy glad my 1976 xj6, and 1987 n 1988 V12 have the fuel pump in the boot.

Dean Domino says:

Hi there Jesse. I know you’re very busy at the moment working on redoing all of your old videos. There’s a lot to go through! I was just wondering if you were able to work on a couple in particular, if you aren’t doing them in any specific order? I know it’s not my place to ask, so I do apologise. I’m a big fan of yours, and I had a few videos saved so I could use them for the future maintenance work I have planned on my XJR. I would definitely give a small donation to you as a sign of appreciation if you can haha

Lalfie Ruster says:

Good job my friend. Thanks for that.

DJ Onfonsteen says:

Nice one. Sweet job. I'm not looking forward to this. Only 99 octane for me and my fingers are crossed.

Edgar Granados says:

I just changed my pump last month. Very hard job lol

Media Guy says:

At least you know it's brand new now, and you won't have to worry about it going bad randomly one day.

Richard Greene says:

Valuable video! Clear, easy to understand, & perfect content! Can't improve on this one…in my permanent X300 folder!

Alexandre Couture says:

Great work! At least now you know that your mom's car has a reliable fuel pump.

Keith Wyatt says:

Thanks Jesse for the information . I was thinking about replacing my fuel filter on my 2002 xj sport. Keep the videos coming they are a great help .

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