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2003 Jaguar Other

Transmission problem
2003 Other Jaguar Models 6 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 60000 miles

where is the dipstick to located to chech the oil for the transmission for a jaguar x-type 2003 2.5?
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Rack2cu
October 20, 2008.




TRANSMISSION FLUID LEVEL CHECK
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Raise and support the vehicle.
Connect the Jaguar Approved Diagnostic System.
Make sure J-Gate shift selector is in the Park position (P).
With the engine running and the foot brake applied, move the J-Gate shift selector through " P-R-N-D-4-3-2" and back to the " P" position to circulate the automatic transmission fluid until the temperature reaches 30 to 40 C (86 to 104 F) on the Jaguar Approved Diagnostic System.
When the automatic transmission fluid temperature reaches 35 C (95 F) check that the selector lever is in the ' P' position raise the vehicle.
With the engine running, remove the automatic transmission fluid level tube plug.
Remove and discard the level plug and sealing washer.
Fig. 6: Identifying Transmission Fluid Level Tube Plug
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NOTE: Use automatic transmission fluid WSS-M2C922-A1 or equivalent meeting Jaguar specification.

Fig. 7: Identifying Transmission Fluid Charging Pipe Cap
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If the automatic transmission fluid does not come out of the transmission fluid level tube the automatic transmission fluid level is insufficient. If this is the case add the automatic transmission fluid in 0.5 liter units into the automatic transmission fluid charging pipe until the automatic transmission fluid comes out of the automatic transmission fluid level tube.
Remove the automatic transmission fluid charging pipe cap.
NOTE: Make sure the automatic transmission fluid temperature does not exceed 40 C (104 F). If the automatic transmission fluid temperature does exceed 40 C (104 F) stop the automatic transmission fluid level check and allow the automatic transmission fluid to cool until the temperature reaches 30 to 40 C (86 to 104 F).

Allow the automatic transmission fluid to come out of the automatic transmission fluid level tube until the overflow stops at a temperature of no more than 40 C (104 F).
If when the automatic transmission fluid level plug is first removed and automatic transmission fluid comes out of the automatic transmission fluid level tube, allow the automatic transmission fluid to come out of the automatic transmission fluid level tube until the overflow stops at a temperature of no more than 40 C (104 F).
Install the transmission fluid level plug.
Install a new level plug and sealing washer.
Tighten to 15 Nm.
Fig. 8: Identifying Transmission Fluid Level Tube Plug
Courtesy of JAGUAR CARS, INC.
Install the automatic transmission fluid charging pipe cap.
Fig. 9: Identifying Transmission Fluid Charging Pipe Cap
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Lower the vehicle.
Disconnect the Jaguar Approved Diagnostic System.

Dave H
Oct 31, 2009.


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