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This 2004 Jaguar X-Type OEM Owners Manual Set Includes the following:

1.  The X-Type Owners Handbook 200 pages

2.  Audio System and Jaguar Voice Handbook

3.  Passport to Service 32 pages

4.  Original Soft Leather Case

Why not compliment your glovebox with this handy and useful OEM Manual Set?  It will help you learn more about your Jaguar and increase the resale value when it comes time to sell.  You will be receiving the exact manuals set forth in the pictures, inventory number is J143.  Please visit our EBAY store simply contact us, as we have thousands of manuals, but only a few of them are listed.


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