Jaguar X300 GUIDE to: Replacing a clock in an X300 (Blue LCD)

JSeaman

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Step 46 - Slide the plastic trim into position



Step 47 - Plug the ash tray connections in then pop it into place (with the ash tray closed)



Step 48 - Tighten up the lock nuts from the gaiter hole as shown

 

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hi, have just followed J Seaman's really good advice and photos on changing clock in x300, got my motorcycle/car clock from a well known auction site for the grand sum £5.45 post free..the only difference was that I left the time change button on because my soldering skills are not that refined so I have the time change button just at top of ski slope( cannot be seen from seats) but quite a neat place.. thanks J Seaman!!!! regards J Wright...
 

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Thank you. I have a new cable and a T tip soldering part on order Can you please add something about how to fix the cable by either removing the old one and replacing it with a new cable or doing something else?.
 
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