It could be just the slide pins. Rather than a piston. There may be a jaguar rebuild kit too.
Cheers, Only get enthusiastic rarely, most times I drive like a grandad in a jag.I’ve used Brembo discs and pads to good effect in the past with non-Jaguars. Also testing them out on a family member’s JLR and all good so far. In fact, they are my first port of call as an alternative to (often daftly priced) main dealer, unless your driving style is ‘enthusiastic’ and something more specialised from the likes of EBC may be effective.
I had the same issue at around 24,000 miles on my XE. Had to replace both discs and pads. The slide pins were dry, and sticking badly in their bores and it appears that Jaguar don't apply any lubricant to them when assembling new.Update: Calliper sticking, pads worn to the knuckle. Discs scored. Its in the garage.
Caliper sticking was always favourite LG, shouldn't take much to clean it up and sliders etc lubricated and working well.Update: Calliper sticking, pads worn to the knuckle. Discs scored. Its in the garage. Dont want cheapo bits put on, OEM out of the question if I want to eat next year. Brembo any good? AA guy I was talking with is a jag fan, Doing up an S type he said hes put the disks and pads on his.
ThanksFront pads are made by and stamped Jurid 310. ATE sell discs which are probably the same as the jaguar OEM.
ATE pads are probably Jurid 310 as well.
You may find the Brembo pads are not DOT rated as well as the original items which are GG.