Steve I moved this thread so it can be archived for future use. I would add for your information that the Jaguar foundation just received the Jaguar drive shaft balance tools along with the S-Type body alignment check kit and even the X Type 4 wheel alignment kit and about a truck load of special tools that will be posted to the JCNA tool loan soon. Per the agreement the Jaguar Foundation will allow JCNA members to use Foundation tools as if they were held by JCNA.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 08/29/2017 - 12:20
Hey - did you check your tires thoroughly? I was having similar troubles with mine over 50 MPH and it was only after reading https://procarreviews.com/steering-wheel-vibration/ and seeing the bit about tire pressures. The drivers side rear tire was running only 28 PSI whereas the offside was running 36 PSI! I won't be making that mistake again! Hope it helps in some way
Submitted by ROD STEMEN on Sun, 05/31/2015 - 17:37
I have had that problem which is annoying but not severe ever since I got the Jag into a gymkhana through 4 deer on the road at 70 MPH. Was sideways on the road surface twice before recovery and I believe it is a drive shaft whip causing it.