Question about 2002 Jaguar X-Type
First off, thank you for replying to my question, it was very helpful. I'm a bit confused, according to autozone's repair guide, it said to remove drive shaft, remove transfer case, then you could reach the oil pan gasket. So do I have to indeed remove the transfer case or can that stay on? Also which is the "sump"?
No you should not have to remove the transfer case to remove the oil pan the sump is the oil pump and the oil pan
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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