Saturday, December 17, 2016
I had a social event to attend this evening in Eagle. On the way home, it was 3o F. So cold that one of the rear doors on the Jaguar would not fully close. When we reached home, it closed fine. I suspect that the lubricating agents used in the latch aren't suited to these sort of temperatures. In spite of a northern latitude, every part of Britain is close enough to the ocean that they just don't get this kind of cold. I do not think that I have ever seen this problem with GM cars, which are engineered with the Dakotas and prairie provinces in mind.