Jaguar mk.ii (2.4, 3.4, 3.8) workshop manual


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The Jaguar Mk II is the most characteristic Jaguar "Sport-sedan" in history. Almost everybody knows and recognises the car as a Jaguar. The Mk II was a car with two faces: on the one hand, it was a very fast sport-sedan, which made the car favourite of British crooks as well as the police (a fact which was made full use of in many films and television series; think of Get Carter –1970-, featuring Michael Caine, and more recently, Inspector Morse). On the other hand, it was a very comfortable acceptable business car in which the ‘upper class’ would happily present themselves.

The Mk II derived its power and speed from the famous Jaguar XK engine with which Jaguar had been able to win in Le Mans in 1951 and in 1953 (3.4-litre version). The XK engine in the Mk II was available in three different cylinder capacities, namely 2483 cc/120 horsepower, 3442 cc/210 horsepower and 3781cc/220 horsepower respectively. The 3.8 version had a top speed of no less than 125 mph. The Jaguar Mk II was built until 1967.

Nowadays, the Jaguar Mk II is a very popular classic. The Mk II is very suitable for daily (business) use and will give the lucky owner much driving pleasure as well as a distinct image concerning the choice of car.

Technical data*

six cylinder in-line engine (DOHC)
cylinder capacity: 3442 cc.
capacity: 210 bhp. at 5500 rpm.
torque: 289,7 Nm. at 3000 rpm.
top-speed: 192,6 km/h.
gearbox: 4-speed manual (overdrive optional) / 3-speed, automatic
weight: 1498,7 kg.

In 1968, the Jaguar XJ was designed and though evolved in many ways, the XJ is available to this very day.…
In 1971, a V12 engine was added to the Jaguar E-Type, and later in the Daimler Double Six and the Jaguar XJ 12. At that time, it was the only twelve-cylinder engine in serial production in the world.
In the mid-seventies, the E-Type had to clear the field and besides the XJ, the special-lined 2+2 came onto the market. It was the XJS. This car was also available as a convertible.

The KONI Special (Red) line is meant for drivers who want to improve their vehicles handling in general. This means better comfort and road-holding combined with a higher level of safety.

KONI selects the most appropriate technology for each car from the wide range of shock absorber types. Each shock absorber is then customized for the car model. KONI Special shocks are always the best choice for replacement as well as improvement.

KONI Market is an independent retailer that is not affiliated with, related to, or endorsed by KONI. Use of KONI content and trademarks is done on a fair use basis and without intent to compete with, or take advantage of KONI and its trademarks.

Our new search experience requires JavaScript to be enabled. Please enable JavaScript on your browser , then try again .

The KONI Special (Red) line is meant for drivers who want to improve their vehicles handling in general. This means better comfort and road-holding combined with a higher level of safety.

KONI selects the most appropriate technology for each car from the wide range of shock absorber types. Each shock absorber is then customized for the car model. KONI Special shocks are always the best choice for replacement as well as improvement.

KONI Market is an independent retailer that is not affiliated with, related to, or endorsed by KONI. Use of KONI content and trademarks is done on a fair use basis and without intent to compete with, or take advantage of KONI and its trademarks.

The KONI Special (Red) line is meant for drivers who want to improve their vehicles handling in general. This means better comfort and road-holding combined with a higher level of safety.

KONI selects the most appropriate technology for each car from the wide range of shock absorber types. Each shock absorber is then customized for the car model. KONI Special shocks are always the best choice for replacement as well as improvement.

KONI Market is an independent retailer that is not affiliated with, related to, or endorsed by KONI. Use of KONI content and trademarks is done on a fair use basis and without intent to compete with, or take advantage of KONI and its trademarks.

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The Jaguar Mk II is the most characteristic Jaguar "Sport-sedan" in history. Almost everybody knows and recognises the car as a Jaguar. The Mk II was a car with two faces: on the one hand, it was a very fast sport-sedan, which made the car favourite of British crooks as well as the police (a fact which was made full use of in many films and television series; think of Get Carter –1970-, featuring Michael Caine, and more recently, Inspector Morse). On the other hand, it was a very comfortable acceptable business car in which the ‘upper class’ would happily present themselves.

The Mk II derived its power and speed from the famous Jaguar XK engine with which Jaguar had been able to win in Le Mans in 1951 and in 1953 (3.4-litre version). The XK engine in the Mk II was available in three different cylinder capacities, namely 2483 cc/120 horsepower, 3442 cc/210 horsepower and 3781cc/220 horsepower respectively. The 3.8 version had a top speed of no less than 125 mph. The Jaguar Mk II was built until 1967.

Nowadays, the Jaguar Mk II is a very popular classic. The Mk II is very suitable for daily (business) use and will give the lucky owner much driving pleasure as well as a distinct image concerning the choice of car.

Technical data*

six cylinder in-line engine (DOHC)
cylinder capacity: 3442 cc.
capacity: 210 bhp. at 5500 rpm.
torque: 289,7 Nm. at 3000 rpm.
top-speed: 192,6 km/h.
gearbox: 4-speed manual (overdrive optional) / 3-speed, automatic
weight: 1498,7 kg.

In 1968, the Jaguar XJ was designed and though evolved in many ways, the XJ is available to this very day.…
In 1971, a V12 engine was added to the Jaguar E-Type, and later in the Daimler Double Six and the Jaguar XJ 12. At that time, it was the only twelve-cylinder engine in serial production in the world.
In the mid-seventies, the E-Type had to clear the field and besides the XJ, the special-lined 2+2 came onto the market. It was the XJS. This car was also available as a convertible.

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