Your Jaguar starter is a product of more than 100 years of mechanical evolution, over a century's worth of seeking ever more efficient and reliable ways to do the work of starting the engine, a task once performed by hand, with a crank and a good deal of elbow grease and sweat. Replacing your Jaguar starter is a fairly simple task, one you can do at home, assisted by the contents of the average toolbox. And, that's a good thing, because the symptoms of a failing Jaguar starter can be very subtle indeed, making it pretty easy for a starter failure to catch you by surprise. If you can off-set the tow bill by installing your own Jaguar starter, then the experience won't be so rough on the finances. If you're lucky, before you experience failure of the sort that leaves you stranded, you may notice a bit of hard starting, though when temperatures are low outside, it's all too easy to attribute a sluggish start to a cold-weakened battery or just to the cold itself, rather than a worn Jaguar starter. If you do decide to follow up on the hard starting, if it is starter related, you'll see that your lights look fine before you try to start the vehicle, but when the Jaguar starter is engaged, the lights dim significantly. We carry a great selection of Jaguar starter replacements, and with the recent increase of starter replacements being made with all new parts, instead of using some that have been refurbished, as was more usual in the past, the price of all new starters has come down far enough that it is now an affordable option that can work with most automotive repair budgets. Once you locate just the right Jaguar starter replacement for your year and model in our well-organized and easy to use online catalog, you can place your order using our secure site or our toll-free telephone number and if your order is more than $50, we'll offer to provide free ground shipping, as we do for all orders of that size.