Question about 2003 Jaguar X-Type
Dex-cool type, the orange anti-freeze.
Posted on May 17, 2010
Use anything thing that says "Dex-Cool". I use the Zerex brand for my 2003 X-type. Dex-Cool is an OAT (organic additives) type coolant which is what the x-type is supposed to have. It lasts 5 years or 150K miles.
The other two types of coolants are:
HOAT (H stands for hybrid)which is a combination of organic and inorganic additives (generally yellow in color). Some euro cars use this type.
IAT: Inorganic additives (the old green stuff) that American cars used to use prior to 1996.
My X-type, when new, came with the orange OAT so that's what I stay with. Have had the car 10 years. No problems.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If its a new key fob the only way you can program it is this the factory scan tool, u'll have to take it to a dealership for them to do this and they will charge you .5 hrs for labor.only x-types can be programmed without the jaguar software. Im guessing it will cost you between 40 and 50 bucks to have them program it.
Posted on May 11, 2009
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