How to Change the Oil on a 1988 Jaguar XJ6?

Answer The Jaguar XJ6 is well-built 6-cylinder vehicle that offers good performance and a comfortable ride. However, since it’s one of the more exotic imports, professional servicing can be relatively e... Read More »

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How to Change the Bulb of a XJ6 Jaguar?

Jaguar's XJ-series of automobiles have user-changeable bulbs in the headlamps, parking lights, turn signals, and rear lights. The owner's manual (see below) includes a bulb chart that lists the lig... Read More »

How to Change a Thermostat in a Jaguar?

The thermostat in a Jaguar is responsible for regulating the flow of coolant into the engine which, in turn, will help keep your Jag operating at optimal temperatures. Like almost every other part ... Read More »

How to Change the Shocks on a Jaguar XJS?

There is no accurate mileage prediction for when you will need to replace the shocks on your Jaguar XJS. The manner in which you drive and how much you drive your XJS will determine how soon you ne... Read More »

How to Change the Valve Cover Gaskets on a Jaguar XJ8?

The valve cover gaskets on a Jaguar XJ8 help to seal the valve covers to the engine head. If the car starts leaking oil, this is usually one of the first seals to fail on the Jaguar. With two banks... Read More »