[PW] 1995 Jaguar XJ6?
smaldona2786 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 5 11:53:18 PDT 2015
To first answer that question he needs to know exactly what he has. He may
have a 1995 but usually model years are made the year before. But here is
a history of the car in a nutshell to help you help him answer his question
of what model he has. Sometimes throughout they use the same model and
make few cosmetic modifications every year. That may be the case with his
1995. Read this to figure that out:
On Wed, Aug 5, 2015 at 11:28 AM, Pam Garcia <pgarcia at mwfls.org> wrote:
> A patron came into our library today looking for a car repair manual for a
> 1995 Jaguar XJ6. We looked through our Chilton manuals, but none covered
> Jaguar, not even the import manuals. I searched our Interlibrary Loan
> resources (WISCAT and Worldcat) and found manuals, but not for 1995. I can
> find manuals covering the make/model up through 1994, and then it picks up
> again in 2004 with Chilton coming out with a European version that includes
> Jaguar (covering certain models from 2000 and forward).
> We have the Chilton.com library, but the only things covered
> (service-wise) for this make/model/year are the heating/cooling features
> and what we did find was very minimal.
> I guess my question is, did something weird happen in 1995 through ~2000
> with Jaguar that would prevent widely disseminated service information
> being published on the Jaguar? Or maybe just not published in a manner
> that libraries would buy the resource? Was it referred to as a different
> name that I'm not searching? Or is there something else that I am missing?
> Patron is not interested in a download, as I am finding a couple of sites
> that are selling a download. And some of the sites look kind of sketchy to
> Thanks for any information you are able to share.
> Pamelyn Garcia
> Assistant Director/Reference Librarian
> Waupun Public Library
> 123 S Forest St/PO Box 391
> Waupun, WI 53963
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