Jaguar XJ6 & XJ12 Series 3 Factory Repair Manual

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This factory repair manual covers the Jaguar Series 3 XJ6 and XJ12 fitted with the 6-cylinder 3.4-litre and 4.2-litre and the 12-cylinder 5.3-litre engines. Daimler Series 3 fitted with the 6-cylinder 4.2-litre and the 12-cylinder 5.3-litre engines.

Covering the 6-cylinders that were produced from 1979 to early 1987 and the 12-cylinders that were produced from 1979 till 1992.

It also serves as a reference book for service supervision and covers items of procedure for the guidance of both the fully qualified and the less experienced mechanic.

It covers in great detail general specification data, engine tuning data, torque wrench settings, general fitting instructions, lifting jacking and towing, recommended lubricants, fluids and capacities and dimensions, maintenance, service tools, emission control, fuel system (including fuel injection), cooling system, manifold and exhaust system, emission control, fuel system (including fuel injection), cooling system, manifold & exhaust system, clutch, manual gearbox, automatic transmission - Borg Warner model 66 and Gm 400, propeller and drive shafts, final drive, steering, front suspension, rear suspension, brakes, body, body repair, heating and ventilation system, air conditioning system, wipers and washers, electrical system, instruments and electrical data chart.

Latest edition of factory publication no. AKM9006.

General information on Repair Manuals

Please note that workshop manuals are usually written for models sold in a specific country. Differences in specification can exist between models sold in different countries and items such as engines can vary. Please check that the manual will cover your model before purchase and if you are unsure please contact us first.

Factory repair manuals are the same manuals as those used by the dealers. As they are primarily intended for dealer use the manufacturers usually release a base repair manual when a new model is introduced (either a single manual, multi-volume set or separate volumes) and then release supplementary manuals as the model changes, for example a model facelift or introduction of a new engine. Supplements generally cover only changes to the model and are intended to be used in conjunction with the base repair manual(s). For full coverage you will need the base repair manual and all relevant supplements up to the date your model was manufactured.

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