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Hi Everyone, not new to Jags as I have owned for over 20years, bought my first XF yesterday

2011 with 110000 miles MOTs show no fails or advisories for last 4 years all bar a bulb.

3.0 Ltr Diesel Premium Luxury

Car is in good condition and drives great, But no service history...I know I know "always buy a  used Jag with history" but i couldn't resist it. Went to Jag website to try to get info but showing no history at all? I find that a bit strange as you would think at some point in the cars life it would have had either dealer or specialist service?

Anyway nothing showing, can i find this elsewhere? my only concern is cambelts so is there anyway of telling if this has been changed/done?

Booked for a service and all fluids changed for next week with my trusty mechanic who has worked on my Jags for 5/6 years now

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Personally if no history change the belts.

History could be losted paperwork, was not mandatory to use jag dealers but suprised there is none at all. Can look at mot history which give you a clue of history and what issues car may have had.

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On 6/27/2022 at 9:55 AM, GaryPatt said:

Hi Everyone, not new to Jags as I have owned for over 20years, bought my first XF yesterday

2011 with 110000 miles MOTs show no fails or advisories for last 4 years all bar a bulb.

3.0 Ltr Diesel Premium Luxury

Car is in good condition and drives great, But no service history...I know I know "always buy a  used Jag with history" but i couldn't resist it. Went to Jag website to try to get info but showing no history at all? I find that a bit strange as you would think at some point in the cars life it would have had either dealer or specialist service?

Anyway nothing showing, can i find this elsewhere? my only concern is cambelts so is there anyway of telling if this has been changed/done?

Booked for a service and all fluids changed for next week with my trusty mechanic who has worked on my Jags for 5/6 years now

If no proof, then changing the belts has just got to be a minimum of jobs to be done.

Best Wishes and Regards, John

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