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Hello, I have a Jag X-Type 2001 4x4 V6 manual gearbox. I would like to replace my transfer case with a year 2007 automatic 2.5V6. Is it possible ? I heard about transfer case change at 2004. Will the new type fit to my car ?

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Its possible but a hard job, you need also instal an engine control and harness for autom. transm.

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