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Oil leak on 54 plate jaguar x type

Hi can anyone help me. I have a 54 plate jaguar x type diesel 2 ltr. It has a bad oil leak which appears to be around the timing chain cover but it is very difficult to see exactly where it is coming from. It also has a strange noise on idle which, I believe, may be the auxilliary drive belt tensioner. If anyone could shed any light on these problems it would be much appreciated. Thanks and Regards, Peter

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Hi I have the same problem on my 07 plate 2.2 litre diesel x type - oli seal needs to be replaced behind timing cover - the part is cheap at about 16 pound but the labour is horrendous at around 450 because of the need to dismantle so much to get the cover off...

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    Im afraid you have been ripped off. It is simply removal of the crank pulley and the seal twists out and the new one twists and locks in. Takes about 30 mins to do. I have done many.

    Regarding the noise from idle. It will be the crank damper (the aux drive belt tensioner) There is a modified part from Jaguar. Easy job to carry out as long as you have a decent tool kit

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Ok so get a big wad of gum and chew it so that its super sticky and then stick in the hole where the oil is leaking from

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