[xj] Repair Manual Maintenance

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In preparation for engine disassembly, I’m copying my Autobook shop manual,
which will be my main “plan”. I like the format and the hints it has.

I was looking at my Official manual and noticed it’s beginning to get worn
and has a big oil stain on the front section.

And it occurred to me that 20 or 30 years from now, I may regret no having
taken better care of my manuals. So I’m copying and placing them in a three
ring binder.

Just a thought.

Regards
Lou
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And it occurred to me that 20 or 30 years from now, I may regret no having
taken better care of my manuals. So I’m copying and placing them in a
three
ring binder.

Another good reason to get the JDHT CD-ROMs. Print off the pages you need
for a particular job, or the whole thing, and reprint them as they get worn.===================================================
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Chuck, is ther somwhere local to order the cd’s? I am not comfortable
sending an email with my credit card info to the UK.
Rick Benton
Everett WA
'80 XJ6
'62 Triumph Herald
Etc.

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From: “Chuck Renner” crenner@dynalivery.com

ring binder.

Another good reason to get the JDHT CD-ROMs. Print off the pages you need
for a particular job, or the whole thing, and reprint them >

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In reply to a message from Lou Danzico sent Thu 12 Feb 2004:

Lou - Most local print shops will have a drill to punch the holes
for you at a very nominal cost. To keep the holes from tearing out,
it is helpful to have the holes drilled slightly larger.–
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taken better care of my manuals. So I’m copying and placing them in a three
ring binder.


Bruce Hugo 1980 XJ6 S-III Chestnut Metallic Brown
St. Helens, OR, United States
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Rick,

You might look at sending any important information through the
internet in two or three emails. More difficult to intercept that way!

Replace the missing numbers with a **** and subject the email
with “part 1 of 3” and so on. (555 **** 1212 ****)

I hate to send a credit card number as well but have used the
above method before and no problems to date.

Joe AOn 11 Feb 2004 at 23:38, Rick wrote:

Chuck, is ther somwhere local to order the cd’s? I am not comfortable
sending an email with my credit card info to the UK. Rick Benton

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Chuck, is ther somwhere local to order the cd’s? I am not comfortable
sending an email with my credit card info to the UK.

Hi Rick.

Take a look here:
http://www.jag-lovers.org/jagcds.php3

Your local Jaguar dealer should have them, or be able to get them. Most of
the parts vendors should be able to supply them as well. Be educated about
the pricing, as I’ve seen some pretty exorbitant prices out there.

Also note that there is CD number RTC9897CB that is less useful SIII disc
which the dealer may have. So check the part numbers.

If you have problems gettting it from a U.S. source, then contact the JDHT
using the information given in the link above. Note that if you don’t want
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In reply to a message from Rick sent Thu 12 Feb 2004:

Hey Rick we are no less honest than you! if you trust the internet
at all it doesn’t seem to matter if you cross international
boundaries as long as they use a secure server. I have bought stuff
all over including USA Canada, Australia Hong Kong so far without
any problems. PayPal is also fine.–
Keith Turner '79 XJ6 based Aristocat, , '81 3.4 XJ6
Swansea, United Kingdom
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In reply to a message from Rick sent Thu 12 Feb 2004:

Rick,
Call Julie at the number listed for heritage
certificates, you can give here your cardno over the phone.
I combined the cd with getting a certificate but as she
told me she handles both departments anyway.

Andrew–
1968 3.8S
Zurich, Switzerland
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Yes Keith, so have I but Paypal and all of the other sites that I buy from
have Secure connections to input your card info. The only thing you can do
for the cd’s is to send an email with your info.
Rick Benton
Everett WA
'80 XJ6
'62 Triumph Herald
Etc.----- Original Message -----
From: “Keith Turner” keith@twinturn.demon.co.uk
To: xj@jag-lovers.org
Sent: Thursday, February 12, 2004 12:17 PM
Subject: Re: [xj] Repair Manual Maintenance

Hey Rick we are no less honest than you! if you trust the internet
at all it doesn’t seem to matter if you cross international
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