The engine oil pan gasket can develop a leak. Leaking oil may accumulate on the exhaust system resulting in a burning smell. Replacing the gasket should correct this leak.Google+
Car Problem Reports
Jaguar X-Type Engine Oil Pan Gasket May Leak
Jaguar X-Type Problem
Average Mileage: 78,862 mi (11,600 mi - 180,000 mi)
Visitor, 2004 Jaguar X-Type, 81,000 mi
Dealer recommended a new seal for about $1200
Think I will just check the oil level regualarly
My oil pan began leaking at 32,000 miles and even though all oil changes were done by the dealer they chose to not disclose this problem. A problem like this should have prompted a recall especially when it involved 9 hours of labor. Since the leakage was slight and the engine oil level was not reduced it was overlooked. The dealer service department had to have noticed while making the oil changes that oil was splattered so this indicates the ethics of Jaguar dealers.
Visitor, 2002 Jaguar X-Type, 55,000 mi
Just found out after getting an oil change. I will take it to a mechanic for repair.
Your symptoms are correct and had it replaced but it was hard for mechanic to get to it :-(
Visitor, 2004 Jaguar X-Type, 65,000 mi
It is a oil pan bolt that takes 8hours to remove the transaxle ,
Tighten the bolt and reinstall transaxle. What a joke, shame on jag
Visitor, 2003 Jaguar X-Type, 128,000 mi
minor oil pan gasket leak - noted by mechanic during other service - not yet repaired.
Visitor, 2005 Jaguar X-Type, 46,616 mi
Oil pan leaking. Mechanic thinks it is because the pan is aluminium
Visitor, 2005 Jaguar X-Type, 50,230 mi
Oil Pan Leak
Visitor, 2004 Jaguar X-Type, 180,000 mi
Oil pan gasket leak
Visitor, 2006 Jaguar X-Type
Oil pan gasket leaking, causing burning smell in cabin when the vent is open.