Jaguar Repair Problems? Ask a Jaguar Repairs Expert.
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First we need to see if we can pinpoint where the actual noise is coming from as it could be a tierod end, ball joint or control arm bushing. We also should check for any looseness in the front and rear. The majority of ball joints and control arm bushings are not serviced separately so the complete arm or component will need to be replaced. The parts are costly so I recommend sources like welshent.com, coventrywest.com, motorcarsltd.com and jagbits.com as they specialize in discounted Jag parts.
Some of the ball joints and bushings are only serviced with the complete arm assembly. The outer tie rods are serviceable but the inner ones only come with the power steering rack assembly. Figure a complete front suspension job is about 6-7 hours but again that will depend on all the parts needed.
Can you give me your VIN and all the parts youo are looking to replace then I get get a price list going.