Question about 2001 Jaguar S-Type
What is the location of the transmission fill plug?
On a 2000 s-type 4.0 There is a combination drain plus check valve on the bottom of the Pan and a fill hole on the back right side. Use WD-40 to help free up the allen-screw in the middle of the drain plug. Hold the drain screw while opening the level checking screw. If it is full, a small amount may run out. If light red fluid runs out it's OK. If brown, You got a problem. It uses special fluid! Take it to have it done in a Jaguar service facility. Or educate yourself on how to do it.
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
This is a ''filled for life box'' there is no recognised user fill point. But at 2-0-clock looking from the rear of the gearbox is a fill/inspection plug for jaguar service use only, I believe there is a secondary screw in the middle of this plug which is the fluid level. I have never checked this plug for level so proceed with caution.
Why do you need to check level ?
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