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Checking tyre pressures Jaguar X-Type 2001 - 2011 Diesel 2.0 D

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Jaguar X-Type 2001 - 2011  | 2.0 D Checking tyre pressures

  • time 5 minutes
  • difficulty 1
You can use a pencil-type gauge, which is often the cheapest to purchase and rarely goes wrong
Take a quick look at the tyre treads and sidewall condition. If you need to change a wheel, click below
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Roadside wheel change

Warning: Do not change a wheel in a situation where you risk being hit by other traffic. On busy roads, try to stop in a lay-by or a gateway. Be wary of passing traffic while changing the wheel – it is easy to become distracted by the job in hand.

Changing the wheel

The spare wheel and tools are stored in the luggage compartment. Fold back the floor covering and lift up the cover panel.
Unscrew the retaining bolts, then lift the spare wheel and jack/tools out. The jack and wheel brace are located beneath the spare wheel.
Where applicable, using the flat end of the wheel brace, prise off the wheel trim or centre cover for access to the wheel nuts. Models with alloy wheels may have special locking nuts – these are removed with a special tool, which should be provided with the wheel brace (or it may be in the glovebox).
Slacken each wheel nut by a half turn, using the wheel brace. If the nuts are too tight, DON’T stand on the wheel brace to undo them – call for assistance from one of the motoring organisations.
Two jacking points are provided on each side – use the one nearest the punctured wheel. Locate the jack head at the point in the lower sill flange indicated by the indentation in the metal sill (don’t jack the vehicle at any other point of the sill, nor on a plastic panel). Turn the jack handle clockwise until the wheel is raised clear of the ground.
Unscrew the wheel nuts, noting which way round they fit (tapered side inwards), and remove the wheel.
Fit the spare wheel, and screw on the nuts. Lightly tighten the nuts with the wheel brace, then lower the vehicle to the ground. Securely tighten the wheel nuts, then refit the wheel trim or centre cover, as applicable. Note that the wheel nuts should be slackened and re-tightened to the specified torque at the earliest possible opportunity.
Roadwheel nuts:
  Steel wheels 85 Nm (63 Ibf ft)
  Aluminium wheels 103 Nm (76 Ibf ft)
Note: Some models are supplied with a special lightweight ‘space-saver’ spare wheel, the tyre being narrower than standard. The ‘space-saver’ spare wheel is intended only for temporary use, and must be replaced with a standard wheel as soon as possible. Drive with particular care with this wheel fitted, especially through corners and when braking; do not exceed 50 mph (80 km/h).
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