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Type of oil to use on an xtype manual gear box

I am having trouble finding what type of oil to use to change the oil on my gear box on a x type 20 diesal 2003 model manual gear box

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  • malcolmd50 Feb 16, 2009

    cheers for the information contacted opie oil and they gave me the oil grade to put in it was fuchs titan 70 90 sintopoid oil

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    what does the dealer say u need? is it $46 per quart?

  • RaJAGUAR Jun 13, 2014

    Is the 70/90 oil also usable on the 2003 Auto X-Type?

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Hi, you should only use the correct oil for this type of gearbox, available from the jaguar dealer, for the price of posibly damaging the gearbox with the wrong oil you may as well pay a little more from the dealer. regards mark.

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Hello,

I need the rod that comes OUT od the gearbox and connects to the flexi-link part of the gear cable assembly. Mine has snapped [The Rod going into the gearbox] - under the car not in the cabin. pls help. I just need that rod.

If it will help... Imagine the gear knob, J-Cage, the cable going all the way to the end, the flexi link and THEN the ROD [of which MINE has snapped] this is the rod supported by a plastic bush [also needed] which goes up into the gearbox. It is this ROD that I need. Can u help please.

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