I have a 2001 Jaguar XJR (4-0 supercharged) and it is showing a grear box fault, could that be simplly low on fluid (gear oil) and if so what type and how do you check and fill.
Country: United StatesMake: JaguarModel: XJRYear: 2001Engine: 4-0 supercharged
showing a gear box fault, could this be simplly low on gear oil. If so how do you check it and what type do you use
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It could be low on fluid as I do see some issues with the connector sleeve seals leaking. There is a dipstick tube on the transmission but no dipstick. There is a special tool needed to check the fluid which is an auto trans fluid Shell ATF 3403 M115 also used in Mercedes. To be sure of the fault we will need to read the fault codes in the TCM. A Jag factory tool or equivalent is needed to do this.
12 years at a Jaguar dealer as technician and shop foreman.