Jaguar XF S – Episode 2 – Oil change & warning light reset

It’s time to change the oil on my 2010 Jaguar XF S (X250) V6 Diesel Portfolio and here’s how to do it. First time I did it, I thought it might involve a lot of steps to drop the old oil and swapping the filter, but to be honest, it’s such an easy car to work on, in general, not just for the oil change. Watch the video and follow the series on the XF.

Jaguar XF S – Episode 1 – Presentation

After owning my 2010 Jaguar XF S V6 Diesel Portfolio for just about three years, I’ve finally decided it would be time to share it with my YouTube community. Enjoy this presentation, as I have in mind to make a bunch of content with this car.

Quickjack – Lifting KITT

After a disappointing first attempt to use my brand new Quickjack 5000TL on my Jaguar XF S, I’m now raising my hopes with KITT, my third gen Firebird Trans Am.

Quickjack – Unboxing & installation

I finally made the move and bought a Quickjack 5000TL. I’ve been watchting on other YouTuber’s videos for years and wanted to get one for myself for years, especially given the fact that they are perfectly suited for someone who has a home garage and not the space of a professional workshop.

New steering wheel – removing the airbag

The thirdgen Firebird is an 80’s design icon. However, for the 1990 model year, Pontiac introduced the steering wheel airbag, which in my opinion never really suited the style of the interior. I’ve found a more period correct steering wheel. Not an original Firebird steering wheel from the previous years, but a new style from VSW. It’s 35 cm in diameter, compared to the 38 cm of the OEM steering wheel. Just slightly smaller, so you don’t really notice it when you see it, but definitely feels more like a Go Kart when you drive it.

Parts used:
Steering wheel: VSW S6 Leather Series – ST3060B-8B-21BLK
Adapter: 6061 Billet Aluminum
Compatible with 1969 – 1994 Pontiac Firebird or Chevrolet Camaro (and others)

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