Owners are responsible for making sure
that the vehicle is regularly serviced at the
correct distance and time intervals as
specified in the Maintenance Schedules.
The first part of this section deals with
The condition of the tires is of the utmost
importance. Advice about tire wear and
correct usage is given in this section. If in
any doubt about the condition of your
tires, contact a Jaguar Dealer.
Each vehicle is given a full Pre-Delivery
Inspection to make sure that all systems
function correctly and the vehicle meets
Regular maintenance and servicing is the
responsibility of the owner. Failure to
implement maintenance at the
recommended intervals could result in
deterioration of vehicle performance and
possible infringement of regulations.
Your Jaguar Dealer will be pleased to
arrange periodic servicing in accordance
with the Passport to Service.
Battery and ignition isolator switches
Non-approved battery isolator switches,
which disconnect the power supply to all
electrical circuits, are not recommended.
USED ENGINE OIL
Prolonged and repeated contact may
cause serious skin disorders, including
dermatitis and cancer.
Always use a hand cream to protect the
skin from oil contamination. Avoid contact
with the skin as far as possible and wash
thoroughly after any contact. Keep oils
out of reach of children.
PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT
Care should be taken at all times to avoid
polluting the environment. Used
materials, e.g. batteries, tires, fluids and
filters, should be disposed of at suitable
disposal facilities in accordance with local
legislation. If in doubt, clarification should
be sought from your local authority or
ENGINE AND THROTTLE
Do not attempt to make adjustments to
the engine or throttle settings. Many
vehicle systems are controlled by
complex electronic devices and require
specialist knowledge. Such work should
be entrusted to a Jaguar Dealer.
The brake hydraulic fluid in the master
cylinder and brake operating system uses
Shell DOT4 ESL, or a low viscosity DOT 4
brake fluid that meets ISO 4925 class 6
Contamination of the brake system
fluid by as little as 1% will cause rapid
deterioration of the system seals. Make
sure that the brake fluid reservoir cap
is securely fitted.