How do I remove an oil pan for jaguar x type 2004 I've look every where and I can find a video or at least picture on how do it ??? I need some help?

Asked by Nov 18, 2015 at 08:13 PM about the 2004 Jaguar X-TYPE 3.0

Question type: Car Customization

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It shoundn't be that hard if you've done any car mechanics before. Raise the car up on blocks or safer yet jack stands to work under. Remove everything in the way of the oil pen to drop it straight down, steering links, tubing, hoses, starter wires, etc. Drain oil & remove the filter, remove the oil pan bolts, pry off the oil pan sometimes they get stuck on. Be careful the oil pickup tube hangs down, then do what you have to do. Like changing the oil pump or just fixing a leak? Clean off everything with gasoline or solvent. Lightly hammer the pan bolt holes flat (they concave from over tightening) Use a new pan gasket to glue the pan side with silicone to re-assemble. English cars are metric or Witney standard sizes. I had a modified 1966 Triumph TR-4A once. Good luck.

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