Jaguar X Type 2.0 Diesel GUIDE to: Starter Motor Change

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anyone changed out there starter motor and what was the best way as not a lot of space to remove . i know it can be done in less than one hour but how i would like to know thanks .
 

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Starter Motor 2.0L Diesel
1)Disconnect the battery.
2)Remove the air deflector.
3)Disconnect the vacuum pipes from the vacuum solenoid valves and the vacuum reservoir.
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4)Disconnect the vacuum solenoid valves electrical connectors.
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5)Detach the wiring harness from the vacuum solenoids and vacuum reservoir mount bracket.
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6)Remove the vacuum solenoids and vacuum reservoir mount bracket assembly.
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7)Detach the wiring harness retaining clips from the wiring harness support bracket.
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8)Remove the wiring harness support bracket.
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9)Detach the starter motor.
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10)Position the starter motor to provide access to the starter motor cables.
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11)Remove the starter motor solenoid cover and electrical connector retaining nut.
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12)Remove the starter motor by removing the starter motor electrical connector retaining nut.
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Install is the reverse of above
Tighten to 12Nm
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Tighten to 6Nm
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Tighten to 25Nm
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Tighten to 23NM
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Re: starter motor xtype 2.0 diesel

BuckMR2 said:
Starter Motor 2.0L Diesel
1)Disconnect the battery.
2)Remove the air deflector.
3)Disconnect the vacuum pipes from the vacuum solenoid valves and the vacuum reservoir.
4)Disconnect the vacuum solenoid valves electrical connectors.
5)Detach the wiring harness from the vacuum solenoids and vacuum reservoir mount bracket.
6)Remove the vacuum solenoids and vacuum reservoir mount bracket assembly.
7)Detach the wiring harness retaining clips from the wiring harness support bracket.
8)Remove the wiring harness support bracket.
9)Detach the starter motor.
10)Position the starter motor to provide access to the starter motor cables.
11)Remove the starter motor solenoid cover and electrical connector retaining nut.
12)Remove the starter motor by removing the starter motor electrical connector retaining nut.
Install is the reverse of above

Sorry for dredging up an old thread guys but does anyone have any diagrams of how to change this out as im not that good with just written instructions

Many thanks in advance

Conor
 

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Re: starter motor xtype 2.0 diesel

Nice one Buck, will make a note of the info sure to come in handy one day.

Geran
 

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cerberus1983 said:
Sorry for dredging up an old thread guys but does anyone have any diagrams of how to change this out as im not that good with just written instructions

Many thanks in advance

Conor
Above post edited to include diagrams and torques for retightening,hope this helps
 

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Re: starter motor xtype 2.0 diesel

Buck it is not said enough....

YOU ARE A LEGEND!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
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BuckMR2 said:
Its all just info from the JTIS, many on here have them
Yeah but not everyone takes the time and trouble to help like you do
If there were an award for most helpful poster you would get my vote :D
Keep it up
Jim
 

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Just wanted to say I followed this guide and managed to clean out the Starter Motor which was gunged up... Hopefully we get a few more months out of it before having to replace :) Thx again for your instructions... might I just add that these are "as seen from under the front of the car" oh and yeah what a helluva place to stick it!!! Thanks Jaguar! :p Seriously though, that's me used this site twice for things that would have cost me a fortune probably, so great job guys :)
 
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