Oil Reset Procedure for Jaguar X-Type 2006-2010
Easy to follow oil reset procedure for Jaguar X-Type for the year 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010.
Jaguar X-Type oil reset procedure for the year 2006 through 2008
1. With ignition off, press and hold the trip computer “CLEAR/RESET” button.
2. Within 3 seconds, perform the following:
While holding the “CLEAR/RESET” button, turn the ignition on and release the “CLEAR/RESET” button Press and hold down the “TRIP” button and then press and hold the “CLEAR/RESET” button as well.
3. If done within 3 seconds, “RESETTING SERVICE MODE” will be displayed.
4. After 10 seconds, “SERVICE MODE RESET” will be displayed.
5. Release the two buttons and turn ignition off.
Jaguar X-Type oil reset procedure for the year 2006 through 2010
1. With the vehicle in OFF position press and hold the CLEAR/RESET button and turn the vehicle to ON position (for push to start, press the start button with foot off of brake)
2. Release the CLEAR/RESET button, then press and hold the TRIP button
3. While holding the TRIP button, press and hold the CLEAR/RESET button again
4. Continue holding both buttons for 10 seconds
5. When the process is successful, the message center will display “RESETTING SERVICE” and then display “SERVICE RESET”
6. Release both buttons, turn the vehicle to OFF position, and back on to confirm reset successful
About Jaguar X-Type
The Jaguar X-Type is a front-engine, all-wheel/front-wheel drive compact executive car that was manufactured and marketed by Jaguar Cars from 2001 to 2009 under the internal designation X400, for a single generation, in sedan/saloon and wagon/estate body styles. The Jaguar X-Type was available in both sedan/saloon and wagon/estate body styles. In addition to being Jaguar’s first station wagon or estate to be manufactured in series, the X-Type was also Jaguar’s first vehicle to feature a diesel engine, a four-cylinder engine, and a configuration with front-wheel drive.
The X-Type was developed during the time that Jaguar was owned by Ford as a division of its Premier Automotive Group (PAG) (1999-2009), and it marked Jaguar’s entry into the critical compact executive segment. The X-Type was also the first vehicle in the Jaguar lineup to receive the company’s new Ingenium engine. The program’s objective was to increase the brand’s global revenue by a factor of two, which necessitated an increase in the brand’s engineering resources, factory capacity, marketing capability, sales support, and service.
Despite the fact that Ford and Jaguar did not have a directly competitive platform, the X-Type, which debuted in 2001 and was given the codename X400 was designed to compete in the compact executive class dominated by the rear-wheel drive BMW 3 Series and the Mercedes-Benz C-Class.
Instead, the X-type was built on a modified version of the front-wheel drive Ford CD132 platform that was also used for the contemporary Ford Mondeo. This platform was shared with Ford and featured an all-wheel drive system that was marketed as Jaguar Traction or Jaguar Traction 4, as well as handling and steering that were engineered to reduce the amount of torque-steer that was caused by the front-wheel drive. The X-Type was initially only available with all-wheel drive, which consisted of a center differential and a compact, maintenance-free viscous coupling. The coupling was set up with a default torque distribution of 60 percent to the rear wheels and 40 percent to the front wheels. In the event that either the front or the back wheels lost traction, the coupling had the ability to adjust the front/rear torque split and could transfer the full amount of torque to either the front or the back wheels. Instead of a center viscous coupling, X-Types manufactured after 2005 came equipped with transfer cases that were electronically controlled.