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As for the headlight switch, if it is the same as the '98 there is a little button on the left hand side of the switch that you depress and the whole centre shaft comes out the front.
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As for the headlight switch, if it is the same as the '98 there is a little button on the left hand side of the switch that you depress and the whole centre shaft comes out the front.
Awesome, cheers. Then you have to unscrew the plastic piece and release the electrical connector and drop it out... Also my car would be OBD1 yeah? It's the old style 80's interior, 2 fuel rail with 1 airbag and no abs...

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" I'm led to believe its the wrong part. It is brand new and fully seated. Is there 2 different versions of this sensor?"

There's only one right part number
Can't recall the part # off the top of my head but if it was replaced with a new one, it may have been a connector or cable causeing the fault ?
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" I'm led to believe its the wrong part. It is brand new and fully seated. Is there 2 different versions of this sensor?"

There's only one right part number
Can't recall the part # off the top of my head but if it was replaced with a new one, it may have been a connector or cable causeing the fault ?
Ahhh..hmmm.... didn't billnick just say there are 3 different types? One for OBD1, OBD2 and my2000?

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The OBD2 was the first change (Single 49 psi fuel pipe) , '96 was the mishmash year between young and old parts, then mid '97 came the upgrade( spotted by the lack of 1/4 window).
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The OBD2 was the first change (Single 49 psi fuel pipe) , '96 was the mishmash year between young and old parts, then mid '97 came the upgrade( spotted by the lack of 1/4 window).
Junglejuice is the guru on models and parts therein.
Ahhhh okay. So there are different specs for the oil pressure senders? I think my car is a super early build for aus, like 94 build and 95 compliance I saw the other day. Will check out when I get home!

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Ahhh..hmmm.... didn't billnick just say there are 3 different types? One for OBD1, OBD2 and my2000?
I only know OBD1 is different from my '98, and the one out of my '98 wouldn't fit my 2000 (IIRC its got 3 pins). I haven't checked any part numbers. The difference is in the terminal plugs. Specs seem to be the same.
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I only know OBD1 is different from my '98, and the one out of my '98 wouldn't fit my 2000 (IIRC its got 3 pins). I haven't checked any part numbers. The difference is in the terminal plugs. Specs seem to be the same.
Okay, I'll pull the connector out when I get home and double check how many pins it has.

Can anyone confirm if that engine mount I posted up would fit my xj? Only thing was it didn't specify 4x4 but we have no 2wd ones here do we?

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