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    There is a Jag breakers yard near Upminster. I...

    There is a Jag breakers yard near Upminster. I used them when my XJ ECU got wet and shat its pants.

    http://www.essexjaguarspares.co.uk/

    The guy there is excellent, and can do diagnostics too.
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    My daily drive is the XJ, so my XK always gets a...

    My daily drive is the XJ, so my XK always gets a charge before I use it.
  3. +1 I have a cheap OBDII reader and Torque Pro for...

    +1 I have a cheap OBDII reader and Torque Pro for clearing simple codes, and SDD for the slightly more technical stuff.

    I use this one, its android specific though.
    ...
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    Okay, so I believe this is the OEM manufacturer....

    Okay, so I believe this is the OEM manufacturer.

    https://www.vsm.skf.com/uk/en/products/VKPA87839
  5. If you don't flush, you're leaving the old fluid...

    If you don't flush, you're leaving the old fluid in the torque converter. A flush replaces 98% of the old fluid throughout the box and converter.
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    Yes, I expect if you buy a "Jaguar" boxed pump,...

    Yes, I expect if you buy a "Jaguar" boxed pump, it's more expensive. I would expect their water pumps (like their suspension components, which are Lemforder) are made by someone else though and...
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    If that including fitting, it sounds quite...

    If that including fitting, it sounds quite reasonable.
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    Jobs.

    So, at the weekend, with a hand from my Uncle, I replaced the diff oil (on my XK and his XF), fixed my brake light issue (it was the wrong way up) and changed the thermostat.

    EML light went off,...
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    If your gearbox is a six speed, which I assume it...

    If your gearbox is a six speed, which I assume it is, you'll want Lifeguard 6.
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    Yes, I already have the fluid from when I did my...

    Yes, I already have the fluid from when I did my XJ (I bought 5l). I just wanted to make sure I could use this in my Uncle's XF. He has the fill plug and drain plug.
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    This website also lists both 75-90 & 75-140...

    This website also lists both 75-90 & 75-140 (M2C192-A) as suitable.

    https://www.carid.com/2011-jaguar-xf-differential-lubricants/
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    2011 Jaguar XF 3.0D

    Looking to change the differential fluid in my Uncle's XF. I have seen both 75-90 and 75-140 listed.

    M2C192-A (75-140) is listed in the service manual (I also used this in my 2003 XJ). Then in...
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    Yes, it looks like a disgruntled motorist drove...

    Yes, it looks like a disgruntled motorist drove into it.
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    Not possible on my stretch. Cameras, cameras...

    Not possible on my stretch. Cameras, cameras everywhere!
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    240 miles Essex to Norfolk, return, and other...

    240 miles Essex to Norfolk, return, and other bits.
    31.8mpg
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    It doesn't involve a cleaning fluid. Some people...

    It doesn't involve a cleaning fluid. Some people may add an additive, but I don't believe that's standard practice. Usually the old fluid is drained and the new fluid is pumped in (15l I believe), to...
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    There is absolutely nothing wrong with a flush....

    There is absolutely nothing wrong with a flush. It changes nearly all of the fluid, instead of just some of it.
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    Check on Classic Jaguar Parts. You'll be able to...

    Check on Classic Jaguar Parts. You'll be able to put your model number etc in there.
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    Hi Steve, ZF recommend the fluid is changed at...

    Hi Steve,

    ZF recommend the fluid is changed at 100,000kms (62,000 miles). Prevention is the best means of cure. I wouldn't take it anywhere near Jaguar. Book it in with a good independent (who...
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    Just sidelights, always a bit paranoid it will...

    Just sidelights, always a bit paranoid it will result in an MOT fail. I've got away with it so far. 😂😂
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    LED is illegal, not HID. You'll be fine with...

    LED is illegal, not HID. You'll be fine with those.
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    Strewth!!! Must be from somewhere up north,...

    Strewth!!!

    Must be from somewhere up north, where the roads are gritted six months of the year.
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    Excellent, I'm glad you're happy with your...

    Excellent, I'm glad you're happy with your purchase. :)
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    I did mine shortly after I'd done a thirty minute...

    I did mine shortly after I'd done a thirty minute drive, in order to agitate the old liquid and any sediment. I'll make another change in the not too distant future.
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    Update, I got a clip from a breakers yard!

    Update, I got a clip from a breakers yard!
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