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Help !!! In a vehicle equipped with the standard ICT how on earth do you use it to check the Oil Level. Could someone who has mastered it please find the time to give me a blow by blow, touch by touch, curse by curse idiots guide on how it's acheived. I'm not in a rush for it having done only a very few miles since picking it up but thats on the assuption that even an organisation like Jaguar would have put enough in to keep me going for a while.....................................................................................or !! did they. Seriously any help will be appreciated. There was me denigrating Chp for asking how to open the bonnet. :oops: :oops: :oops:
 

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If you go to vehicle info (using the steering wheel menu on the control panel), oil level is the 3rd or 4th option down. I don't believe it's displayed via ICT.
 

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Thank you Karl, I thought I had tried every option using the vehicle info screen but I'll give it another try, thanks again.
 

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Bugger me, do you know what, I've not even had a look under the bonnet yet so I can see why you're laughing. :roll: :evil:
 

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:lol: Go to the other post , to find out how to open your bonnet :lol:
 

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Well, I'm not normally that thick but now I find out that in order for the fuel guage to make a downward move you have to drive the car for a bit, would you believe it...........................these Jaguars. :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

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Is it appropriate to mention the calibre word again!!!??? :lol: :lol: :lol:
You dope :lol: :lol: made me really chuckle!!! :lol: :D
 

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