oil grade 95 xjs
mine is a 92 xj6 and in the car handbook it has all the stuff jaguar reccommend. but i use castrol high mileage.jaguar reccommend castrol products.
For XJ6 4.0 Liter engines, the oil capacity is 8 quarts.
8.45 quarts 8 liters
i have a 1991 sovereign xj6 and i have the same problem, BUT the gauge would show correct levels when accelerating
only buy on jaguar deales because is special mineral oil.
under the car
try castrol oil stabilizer - it will stabilize the oil and reduce the leak.
8.5 Quarts, Jaguar manufacture recommends 5W-30 non-synthetic oil for the 4.0 Ltr. -Merciah
30mm or 1-3/16"
Jaguar recommends 10w-30 for 1997 XJ6 Vanden Plas
My 1990 takes 8-1/2 quarts, not positive if 1992 is the same capacity
yeah its made by castrol its not just plain old mineral oil its hydrolic mineral oil a special order and like $15 a pint
On the left hand side of the engine under the inlet manifold. Bolted into the block towards the front inline with the oil filter.
It is on the drivers side very rear of the oil pain close to where the transmission is. It takes a 30 mm socket and a breaker bar.
if its the 4.0 straight six, about 8.4 quarts. I use mobil 1 synthetic in my 96 jag, it will run you about $50 for the oil and $12 for the filter
HSMO mineral oil (it's green). You can buy it online, it runs about 10.00 for a quart.
Depends on the year Jaguar you're referring to which you did not list. Therefore it is impossible to answer your question.
I use semi-synthetic Castrol Magnatec 10w40 in my 115,000 mile 1995 4.0 Sovereign. Still purring like a kitten!!
10w/30 10w/40 in -5 to 100 degree ambient temperature 10w/50 15w/40 15w/50 20w/40 20w/50 in 15 to over a 100 degrees ambient temperature 5w/20 5w/30 5w/40 below 0 degrees ambient temperature all stats come from original factory maintenance handbook for jaguar xj6
before you do anything, check you hydraulic mineral oil. its the #1 problem on these vehicles, Fill it up if empty and go from there.
I do believe that the oil sensor in a 1996 Jaguar tells you how much oil you have and it tells you the oil temperature.
I have a 1995 XJ6 with 226,000 miles, it has had 20/50 castorol its whole life and shows no signs of stoppin'