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The correct motor oil weight for XJ6 19944 Jaguar

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20W50 will keep the oil pressure reading in the right range
even in very hot weather and driving conditions

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Recommended motor oil


Your owners manual should give you the recommended weight.
Most newer vehicles in normal climates use 5w-30 oil.
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What type of oil does a 2002 jaguar x-type take? I was never given a manual.


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What weight motor oil should I use in a 1995 jaguar xj6


A 10/40 or a 20/50 will do nicely ,use the cheapest turbo diesel/petrol multigrade you can buy from supermarket as this oil being designed for diesels as well will keep inside of engine clean ,then change oil every 6000kms and oil filter every third oil change and it will last for ever ,mine has its a 94 XJ6 4.0 and i have had the cheap diesel /petrol oil in it all the time with no detrimental effect and i was mad enough to do 150mph up the A7 motorway and got clocked by a speed camera ,told them my son from aussie was driving it ??? got away with it ?phew ? automatic ban and prison here in spain

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I have 2003 Honda CR-V with 118 k , changed motor oil , ravenol 5w40 what is the changing interval for oil


First off you are using an incorrect weight oil in your Honda. Your Honda requires 5W20 and not 5W40 which is way too heavy. Change the oil and filter every 5,000 miles and use the correct weight and a quality filter such as Bosch, Purolator, or Wix.

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What is the best oil to use for a 94 XJ6 Jaguar?


Not matter of what best, but what recommended by the manufacture. if you intend on switching oils make sure they are compatible....owners manual for the weight eg 15W40, but then you have the option of synthetic, blended or regular oil....but once again, go with manufactures recommendations, and it you are super unsure, contact the jaguar dealer and ask them what types of oil you can put it

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What is the best oil weight for my 1987 Vanden Plas Jaguar?


10-w30. this is a good universal oil for many vehicles with cast iron heads.

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