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I want to change my oil filter in Jaguar x type diesel model. Do I have to remove the bottom plate under the engine to get at it

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Yes! You will have to remove 4 bolts (15mm Socket) and 6 torx screws (T30). Unclip the front 2 clips and slide the undercover to rear of the car.

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