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    Dust cover

    Hi, hoping someone on here can help. On getting into the car yesterday I noticed that the little flap that covers the gap when your steering wheel is adjusted down the way had come loose. Of course I had started the engine and was driving it when I noticed. So I thought to myself I'll fix it when I get stopped but unfortunately forgot that the wheel goes back to the upright position !!! There followed a few crunching noises and I now have a flap in several bits. Been looking in vain to try and find a new one but can't even find out what it's called. Can anyone tell me the part name and number and more importantly can it be replaced without dismantling anything ????


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    Dave

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    Hello Dave and welcome to the forum.

    Carry out a search on ebay for 303289165201 Just put the numbers in the search box.

    Have a look at the pics that come up and you will find the part No on one of them.

    I don't know how easy it will be to fit though.
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    Thanks Rapala, I'll give that a try...


    Quote Originally Posted by rapala View Post
    Hello Dave and welcome to the forum.

    Carry out a search on ebay for 303289165201 Just put the numbers in the search box.

    Have a look at the pics that come up and you will find the part No on one of them.

    I don't know how easy it will be to fit though.

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    OK found the part, https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/233453900617, now does anybody have any tips or tricks to fit it ???

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    Can you not find one from a UK breakers?
    Current. 2011 XFS Portfolio. Lunar Grey (LJZ) / Black (LEG).
    Previous. 2012 XF Premium Luxury. Remapped 307 BHP / 449 lb/ft. Italian Racing Red (CAH) / Barley
    Previous. 2005 55 reg 06MY 2.0D Sovereign. Jaguar Racing Green - HGZ.
    In storage.1988 Daimler XJ40. Bordeaux Red / Doeskin.

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    I probably could Billy2Jags but I'm looking to see how easy it would be to fit a new one before I buy ...!!!

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    I've never even noticed it on mine tbh, but the part you linked to is marked PIA which means it's part of a larger pre-assembled part supplied to line so might be easier to replace the whole assembly.
    Current. 2011 XFS Portfolio. Lunar Grey (LJZ) / Black (LEG).
    Previous. 2012 XF Premium Luxury. Remapped 307 BHP / 449 lb/ft. Italian Racing Red (CAH) / Barley
    Previous. 2005 55 reg 06MY 2.0D Sovereign. Jaguar Racing Green - HGZ.
    In storage.1988 Daimler XJ40. Bordeaux Red / Doeskin.

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