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2004 jaguar xjr series

The pan i was talking about is a dust shield pan and it runs from the radiator back to the end of the transmission i guess its to keep dust out

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Look all the way to the back of that toward the rear of the motor... you should have some access to the drain plug... if there is no access you need to purchase the socket that will fit that... likely a torq type.


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