Question about 2002 Jaguar X-Type
This question is a tough one to answer. It depends on the environment you live in, your mileage and what you have previously had in it. What I mean is; if you have used synthetic, you cannot go back to normal oil. If you live in cold climates the weight of the oil you use may be more than if you live in a warm climate. And how many miles are on the car is important to know what you should look for to protect your engine. I personally have 79k on my '02 X-type, live in a semi warm climate and use 5w/30 Castrol High Mileage with a quart of Lucas Oil Stabilizer for longer life and less wear. Check with your local Jag service dept and ask what they use, then just get a like style.
Posted on May 27, 2009
20/50 is too heavy an oil for your car you should use a 30 weight oil
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
A quick call to any jag dealer should give you specifics (or your owners manual) My personal recomendation is a synthetic 20w/50. Synthetics usually cover a wider range than indicated on the label, and will out perform any conventional lubricant.(regardless of brand) Therefore 20w/50 will give you all the protection you need against wear and will still retain a low pour point in temperature extremes.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
Fuel pump is accessed through a hole below the back seat. Remove the seat and there is a rubber round cover over each fuel pump. Fuel pumps are held in place with a large round retaining ring that is screwed off.
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
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