Having problems with your 2004 Jaguar X-Type ?

List items for service at 5 year service interval

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 13-08-2018

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Maintenance must be carried out at 16 000 km (10 000 miles) or 12-monthly intervals from date of delivery, whichever comes first.
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\015\012Renew engine oil and oil filter.
\015\012Renew drain plug sealing washer.
\015\012Renew drain plug assembly.
\015\012Visually check underbonnet/underbody
\015\012for any fluid leaks.
\015\012Inspect brake pads for wear (brake disc
\015\012condition on pad change).
\015\012Renew coolant.
\015\012Renew spark plugs (Normally Aspirated). 112 000 km (70 000 miles)
\015\012Renew spark plugs (leaded fuel markets only).
\015\012Check accessory drive belt tension wear indicator(s) – replace belt(s) if necessary.
\015\012Renew front accessory drive belt. 160 000 km (100 000 miles)
\015\012Renew rear accessory drive belt. 112 000 km (70 000 miles)
\015\012Check/top-up brake fluid level.
\015\012Check/top-up coolant level.
\015\012Check/top-up windshield washer reservoir.
\015\012Check/top-up power steering fluid level.
\015\012Check/top-up battery electrolyte level.
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Usually you go by the miles on the vehicle and not the years. At 5 years I would definitely make sure to check out all the hoses. I've found on newer cars the rubber tubes and plastic connectors seem to get brittle and break down around the 5 year mark.
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