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  • At 75,miles my dealer just told me my transfer case need to be replaced - $(!). I called Jaguar central office and they would not offer.

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    Hopefully the Redline oil is as good as it is supposed to be. Some people say it isn't as good in the snow as the older version but there has also been less problems with it too. Refine your search for transfer case jaguar. If you try to replace the output to drive shaft seal you will need to disassemble with a torque wrench to determine EXACTLY what the torque was set to on the nut that holds the collar to the gear on the output to drive shaft, also the 4 bolts that hold the plate on. You can see some of it in the splines.

    Jaguar transfer case

    Jaguar transfer case

    Jaguar transfer case

    Jaguar transfer case

    Jaguar transfer case

    Replacing transfer case. Is there how to? - Jaguar Forums - Jaguar Enthusiasts Forum

    X-Type X - Find All Thanked Posts. Transfer case oil change write-up now hosted. Thanked 8 Times in 3 Posts. Everyone thank Bojangles for this great write-up. I'm hosting it as of now, use Powerpoint to open it. Transfer case oil change. Find all posts by ancientsanskrit. Thanked 8 Times in 7 Posts. Transfer case oil change write-up by Bojangles, now hosted. Very good job and thanks! And thanks to you ancientsanskrit for hosting it for him..

    How do you get the valve out and reinstall plug?.. Or did you just leave the valve in place Also what is the thread size and where did you get this valve set up?.. Find all posts by Dennis. I went to a plumbing store to get the slimmest ball valve I could find, a standard one would be too big to screw in. It would hit a rib on the casting. But the whole thing about lifetime fill just makes me angry. My car has lots of km on it km.

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    As far as I know the transfer case oil has never been changed. There are absolutely no signs of a leak under my car. Every part of the drivetrain is dry as a bone. I certainly did not expect to find what I did inside. When I drained the oil only a half cup of dark thick oil came out..

    I cant imagine where the oil went, maybe just kinda evaporated from the heat of the exhaust next to it. The final fill was with redline 75W I dont know how on earth they can say never change the oil. I still dont know where all my original oil went, so I have been peeking under the car every day. So far it is still dry as a bone.

    Jaguar transfer case

    I have driven about km, highway and country roads. I was quite careful on my final refill. I added about ml. The refill sepcification is ml, but I wanted to install the original magnetic plug. I had to unscrew the valve I put in and quickly plug it with a finger, and then quickly put the original plug. It was kind of funny because I knew I would spill some, and I did not want to get a change of clothes all oily I figure I lost about 25ml so the level should be good.

    Hopefully the Redline oil is as good as it is supposed to be. The job was fairly trouble free and quite satisfying to do. Thanked 8, Times in 4, Posts. Nice write up Bo and thanks to ancient for hosting it for all to see I'm gonna FAQ it and as the crucial link is at the beginning of the thread I'll leave it open.

    Find all posts by JimC Is there a dedicated thread with just FAQs towards the X-type? Anyone want to point this out to me? Meh, this is an FAQ towards the forum. I mean an FAQ towards maintenance issues like this. I saw you marked it as an FAQ, so I assumed that's what we call it around here. My question is more geared towards how-to's.

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    This is a great example of a how-to for the transfer case, I'm sure earlier someone may have done an oil change, etc etc FAQ's and how to's Just called different things on different forums Jim. Thanked 2 Times in 2 Posts. Good information bo I'll have to look at it but I'm sure its good info! Oh yeah ancient and it is hard to find those faqs!

    Sometimes it takes me a minute to figure out where to go Find all posts by aquill1. Sometimes the grime inside is all that is holding it together" Jim.

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