Question about 2000 Jaguar S-Type
No it will not. Even if the engine mount points are the same (which they may be, since the chassis is the same), the conversion is very involved. You'd need a new ECU, new engine bay wiring harness, possibly new drive axles/hubs, likely a new radiator, and the transmissions may or may not be compatible. If they're not, you'd need the transmission, the transmission controller, and maybe a chassis harness or body harness to integrate all of it. If your 4.0L went for good, you're basically stuck with the replacement cost of getting another 4.0L. Changing over to the 3.0 could well cost more than the residual value of the car.
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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