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    Jaguar STR Radiator Hoses

    Well I also thought it an idea to look at replacing the radiator hoses whilst I was at it... I will update this list which is for a 2005 STR with the variants as I come across them, but 'yes' it appears that there are 18 hoses to be replaced!

    Part No. Description
    AJ811638 - Thermostat water outlet
    AJ811758 - Thermostat to throttle body
    AJ811771 - Coolant tank recovery
    AJ88507 - Intake to heater control valve
    AJ89746 - Throttle body coolant return
    XR851818 - Upper radiator coolant hose
    XR841800 - Heater Feed hose
    XR850719 - Heater hose
    XR850720 - Heater hose
    XR837410 – Supercharger to radiator
    XR837411 – Supercharger to aux pump
    XR837414 - Coolant reservoir hose
    XR837415 - Expansion-tank lower hose
    XR841496 - Lower radiator hose
    XR841497 - Return hose, radiator to Supercharger
    XR849184 - Bleed, expansion tank to engine
    XR851819 - Coolant hose, pump to engine
    XR857523 - HVAC heater hose (triple-hose)
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    2002 Jaguar STR (S-Type R)
    1965 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 FHC
    Variety of Triumph TR7's & TR8's

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    Glad your inspection went well. I'm reliably told by Jaguar Hatfield that the gearbox oil cooler pipes can be a real pain to detach from the radiator. If you are replacing the rad anyway and they are old/worn you might think about adding them to the list. Mine need doing so when I book in for a gearbox service I'll also change them and pray they come apart ok!

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    Jaguar STR Oil Cooler Hoses

    Thanks for that - I have added those pipes to the list (for other people reference the part numbers are below). Yes, I was very pleased with the condition report, the car has been maintained to an extremely high standard with almost every bush and pipe replaced in its history … my idea is to continue this and then hopefully the car will last another 20 years without issue …. we shall see!

    Oil Cooler Pipes

    5. XR849090
    6. XR847953 (super-seeded by XR857112)
    7. XR849089 (super-seeded by XR857111)
    8. XR849088
    9. XR850359 (super-seeded by XR857113)
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    2002 Jaguar STR (S-Type R)
    1965 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 FHC
    Variety of Triumph TR7's & TR8's

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    That being said...those oil cooler pipes tend to be a bit "buried". Not exactly what you'd call regular maintenance. Mechie was looking at mine recently and said if he was going to replace them he'd cut them close to the rad end and replace up to the gearbox

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