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Default Jaguar Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM)

If you know of other OEMs to add to this list please contact Don B.

For additional information, see the separate thread on Jaguar Acronyms, Abbreviations & Terms.

Special thanks to KrissMotors for converting the OEM and Acronymns, Abbreviations and Terms lists into a searchable database:

Jaguar Terminology Database



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3M Automotive = U.S.-based OEM of acrylic foam tape and other products used in Jaguar assembly
ARaymond = A.Raymond Tinnerman, U.S.-based OEM of adhesives & fasteners used in Jag assembly
AB Automotive Electronics, Ltd. = U.K.-based OEM of Jag CPUs, BPMs, TPSs, lighting modules, etc.
Abingdon King Dick Tools = U.K.-based OEM of King Dick jack ratchets in some Jaguar tool kits
AC = Albert Champion Co., U.S.-based OEM of various Jaguar parts (not to be confused with Champion)
ACDelco = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar brake accumulators, Harrison A/C compressors, much more
ACM Germany Germany-based OEM of Jaguar A/C expansion valves, driers, hoselines, etc.
Acton Bolt Ltd. = U.K. OEM of BEES bolts and screws used on Jaguars in the '50s-'60s, sold to GKN 1962
Adwest Engineering = U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar steering racks, now known as Magal Engineering
Aeroquip Corp. = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar A/C hoses and probably power steering hoses as well
AIR = Antipollution Industrial Research, firm of Michael May, HE “Fireball” cylinder head designer
Airtex-Wells = U.S.-based OEM to Ford and maker of some Ford parts used on Jaguars such as waterpumps & ignition coils
Alcan = Canada-based OEM of Jaguar aluminum bumper components
Alcon = U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar high-performance brake systems (X150)
Alcantara SpA = Italy-based OEM of Alacantara synthetic suede leather (sister product to Ultrasuede)
Alcoa = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar alloy wheels, diecast shock towers, sunroofs, bumper parts, etc.
Alpine Electronics = Japan-based OEM of Jaguar audio entertainment & NAV systems, touchscreens
AMECA = France-based OEM of Amelock self-locking helical-insert nuts used on many Jaguar axles
Amecoil = AMECA tradename for helical thread insert in Amelock nuts used on many Jaguar axles
Amelock = AMECA trademark for self-locking nut with Amecoil insert, used on many Jaguar axles
American Safety Equipment Co. = Licensor and OEM of Jaguar-optional Hickok seat belts
Amerigon, Inc. = U.S.-based OEM of temperature-controlled heated/cooled Jaguar seats from 2008
AMP Inc. = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar electrical connectors (Modu, Multi-Lok, Superseal, etc.) (TEC)
Ampco = U.S.-based OEM of dealer-optional accessories: floor mats, luggage racks, bumper guards, etc.
Amphenol = OEM of Jaguar electrical connectors and wiring harnesses
Anixter = U.S.-based OEM of wiring and fasteners for some Jaguars
Antipollution Industrial Research = AIR, firm of Michael May, designer of HE “Fireball” cylinder head
AP = Automotive Products Ltd., U.K.-based licensor of Borg & Beck clutches, Lockheed brakes, etc.
Arctic-Kat = Jaguar-approved retrofit A/C system made by Capitol Refrigeration Man. Co. of Dallas, TX
ArvinMeritor = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar exhaust systems (XK), door strikers (XF)
ASG = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar exhaust systems and components
ATE or Ate = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar brake systems founded by Alfred Teves (Continental AG)
ATS Leichtmetallräder GmbH = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar alloy wheels
Augat = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar electrical connectors, now owned by TE Connectivity (w.s.)
AUTO = Name found on heads of bolts and screws in some XK120s
Autocalf = Grade of Connolly Leather with embossed grain (see Autolux, Vaumol)
Autoliv Inc. = Sweden-based OEM of Jaguar airbags, seatbelts, pedestrian protection pop-up hood
Autolux = Premium grade of Connolly Leather, extra supple with little discernible grain (see Autocalf)
Automold Ltd. = U.K.-based OEM of many Jaguar molded plastic structural & decorative parts
Automotive Products Ltd. = AP, U.K.-based licensor of Borg & Beck clutches, Lockheed brakes, etc.
Autoneum = OEM of Jaguar trunk lid trim (F-Type)
Avon Rubber = OEM of Vibramount engine mounts used on some Jaguars (XJ 2.7L diesel)
B&W = Bowers and Wilkins U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar premium audio entertainment systems
Bahco = Sweden-based OEM of wrenches in Jaguar tool kits
Bakelite = Early thermosetting plastic used in various Jaguar parts, acquired by Union Carbide in 1939
BASF AG = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar painting systems & paint, shock top mounts (current XJ)
BBS = Germany-based manufacturer of some OE Jaguar wheels
Becker Germany-based OEM of Jaguar radios (now Harman/Becker Automotive Systems GmbH)
Behr Gm bH = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar A/C & cooling systems, engine & trans oil coolers
BEES = Tradename for screws and bolts made by Acton Bolt Ltd. of London, sold to GKN in 1962
Bendix = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar brake pads, Lucas/Girling was a part owner, now Honeywell
Benecke-Kaliko AG = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar lower instrument-panel or Yorn (F-Type)
Benteler Automotive = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar steel chassis and structural components
Bilstein = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar shock absorbers/dampers (now a div. of ThyssenKrupp)
Boge = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar shock absorbers/dampers (XJ S3, XJ40) (div. of ZF)
Borbet Group GmbH = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar alloy wheels (F-Type, current XJ)
Borealis & Borouge = Austria/Abu Dhabi based OEM of Fibremod plastic (F-Type IP & airbag chute)
Borg & Beck = U.S. OEM of clutch discs supplied to Jaguar via U.K. licensor Automotive Products Ltd.
BorgWarner = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar gearboxes, VCT phasers, CTA VCT systems, turbochargers
Bosal Group = Netherlands-based OEM of Jaguar exhaust systems
Bosch = Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany-based OEM of countless Jaguar components and systems
Bourns Sensors = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar Electronic Handbrake Position Sensor (via Dura)
Bowers and Wilkins = B&W, U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar premium audio entertainment systems
Brembo S.p.A. = Italy-based OEM of high-performance Jaguar brake calipers & rotors
Bridgestone = Japan-based OEM of tires for some Jaguar models
Brose Coventry = Div. of Germany-based OEM of Jaguar seat adjusters and window regulators
BTB Exhausts Ltd. = U.K.-based OEM of exhaust systems for select Jaguar models (from 2014)
Capitol Refrigeration Man. Co. = U.S.-based maker of Jaguar-approved retrofit Arctic-Kat A/C systems
Carbody = OEM of Jaguar spring bump stops (F-Type)
Carcoustics = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar carpets, soundproofing
Castrol = U.K.-based OEM of motor oils and other lubricants for Jaguar
Celanese = U.S.-based OEM of Celstran plastic used in many modern Jaguar parts (formerly Ticona)
Champion Spark Plug Co. = U.S.-based OEM of spark plugs & spark plug caps for many Jaguar models
Cheney = U.K.-based OEM of “Double Grip” worm-drive hose clamps used on ‘50s-‘60s Jaguars
Churchill, V.L. & Co. Ltd. = U.K.-based OEM of special service tools for Jaguar dealerships/agents
Cibie = France-based OEM of Jaguar headlamps, etc., now a division of Valeo
Cikautxo = Spain-based OEM of Jaguar rubber exhaust mounts and bushes
Climaglass = Along with SICURSIV, trademark of Societa Italiana Vetro SIV S.p.A., OEM of Jaguar glazing
CMA Moldform Ltd. = U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar molded and cast plastic parts
Coach Builders Ltd. = OEM of Jaguar-approved XJS convertible conversions 1983-88
COBA Plastics Ltd. = U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar molded plastic components, weatherstripping, etc.
Collins & Aikman = U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar Carpets, soundproofing (ceased operations in 2007)
Colvern = U.K.-based OEM of Throttle Position Sensors, etc. (div. AB Automotive Electronics)
Connolly Leather, Ltd. = U.K.-based OEM of leather for Jaguar interiors (Autolux, Autocalf, Vaumol)
Constellium N.V. = Netherlands-based OEM of aluminum extrusions (XE)
Continental AG Germany-based OEM of Jag tires, brake boosters, continuous damping control, FSU, belts
Continental-Teves AG = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar ABS/DSC systems (ATE)
Contitech = OEM of Jaguar door inserts (XF), fuel system membranes (current XJ)
Cooper-Standard = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar exhaust systems and components
Corus Automotive = OEM of Jaguar bumper covers (XF)
Coventry Timber Bending Co. Ltd. = U.K. OEM of Jaguar wood-rimmed steering wheels
CRANES = Name found on heads of screws and bolts used on some 1960s Jaguars
Csaba Metál Zrt.= Hungary-based OEM of Jaguar high-pressure metal castings (frmly. Majoros)
CTS UK = U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar belt tension sensors (current XJ)
CTS Corp. U.S.-based OEM of Ford/Jaguar throttle position sensors (X300)
Cultraro = OEM of Jaguar storage bin dampers (current XJ)
Dana = Dana/Spicer U.S.-based OEM of Jag axles, diffs, cylinder head gaskets, oil coolers, U-joints
Dayco = OEM of Jaguar idler pulleys and bearings
Dayton Wire Wheels = U.S.-based manufacturer of popular aftermarket wheels for classic Jaguars
Decoma Int’l = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar bumpers (division of Magna Int’l)
Delanair = U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar climate control systems (formerly Pullman’s, now Valeo)
Delco, AC = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar brake accumulators, Harrison A/C compressors, much more
Delfingen = OEM of Jaguar wiring protection systems (current XJ)
Delphi = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar EM components, ACC, steering column modules, fuel filters
DENSO = Japan-based OEM of many Jaguar sensors, EMS, alternators, CC, NAV systems, VVT, etc.
Desmo U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar rear view mirrors into the ‘60s, early SS Jaguar mascots
Deutsch Group SAS = France-based OEM of Jaguar electrical connectors (div. of TE Connectivity)
Diamond Electric Mfg. Corp. Ltd. = Japan-based OEM of Jaguar X300 ignition coils
Donnelly Corp. = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar electrochromic auto-dim & compass rear view mirrors (X300, X308, S-Type)
Double Grip = Tradename of Cheney, OEM of worm-drive hose clamps used on classic Jaguars
DOW Chemical = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar door panel plastics, assembly adhesives
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Dowty Group, Ltd. = U.K.-based OEM of oil seals (now a division of Oldham Seals Group)
Dr. Scheider Kunststoffwerke GmbH = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar inner door frame garnish
Dräxlmaier = Germany-based OEM of Jag instrument panels, center consoles, cockpit modules
Ducellier = France-based OEM of Jaguar ignition systems, distributors, coils
Dunlop = U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar wire & racing wheels, brakes, tires & hoses
DuPont = U.S.-based OEM of R-12 Freon A/C refrigerant
Dura = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar electric parking brakes, adjustable pedal systems, door frames
Eaton = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar superchargers
Eberspächer Group = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar exhaust components and fuel tanks
Econoseal = Electrical connectors by Tyco Int’l used in many Jaguars (now TE Connectivity)
Ed Jaeger London Ltd. = U.K. factory of French partners Jaeger & LeCoultre, OEM of Jaguar gauges
Edscha Cabrio-Dachsysteme = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar door hinges and door stops (XF, XJ)
ELMOTO = U.K.-based brand of wrenches included in some Jaguar tool kits
ElringKlinger = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar heat shielding, cam covers, transmission internals
Emhart Teknologies = U.S.-based OEM of wheel arch fasteners (XF) (Warren Fasteners) 
EnovaPremier LLC = U.S.-base OEM of Jaguar tire-wheel assemblies (current XJ) (Premier)
Esso = Standard Oil, U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar lubricants, now a trade name of ExxonMobile
Faurecia = France-based OEM of Jaguar seating, interior panels, instrument panels, etc.
Federal-Mogul = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar pistons, piston rings, camshafts (XK, F-Type, current XJ)
Ferodo = Italy-based OEM of Jaguar brake pads and drive belts (now a div. of Federal-Mogul)
FHP Elmotor Sweden-based OEM of Jaguar windshield wiper motors (possibly via Trico)
FIAMM = Italy-based OEM of Jaguar horns (owner of Klaxon of France)
Ficosa Int’l S.A. = Spain-based OEM of Jaguar door latch cables (XF)
Filrauto = France-based OEM of Jaguar oil filter modules
Ford = Ford Motor Company, owner of Jaguar Motorcars 1989-2008, OEM of many Jaguar parts
FoMoCo = Brand of Ford Motor Company OEM and aftermarket Jaguar parts
Freudenberg & Co. KG = German OEM of O-rings & Simmerring rotary shaft oil seals, original maker of Metalastik bushings
Fuchs, Otto Fuchs KG = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar wheels (Suoftec)
Furflex = Moquette, velour- or velvet-covered edge trim or “draught excluder” used on Jaguars
Fray, J. = U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar cast metal badges and emblems
Garrington, John & Sons Ltd. U.K.-based OEM of Garringtons wrenches in some Jaguar tool kits
Garringtons Brand of John Garrington & Sons Ltd., U.K.-based OEM of wrenches in some Jaguar tool kits
Gate Italy-based OEM of Jaguar cooling fan motors (division of Johnson Electric)
Gates = OEM of Jaguar drive belts and idler pulleys
Gedore = Germany-based OEM of adjustable wrenches in Jaguar tool kits
Gemi = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar screw-and=nut fuel hose clamps up to 1980 (XJS)
GEMS = Generic Engine Management Systems U.K-based OEM of Lucas-Sagem GEMS EMSs (X300, XJS)
General Motors = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar transmissions, A/C compressors, PS pumps (GM)
Generic Engine Management Systems = U.K-based OEM of Jaguar GEMS EMS (X300, XJS)
Gentex Corp. = U.S.-based OEM of Jag electrochromic rear view mirrors (see Mobileye, ADAS, LKA)
Gerhardi Kunststofftechnick GmbH = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar heat shielding 
Gestamp Automocion SA = Spain-based OEM of Jaguar body components and subframes 
Getrag = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar manual transmissions
Girling, Albert H. = Inventor of SS & Jaguar drum and disc brake systems manufactured by Lucas
Girling, Ltd. = Lucas division combining Girling Brakes, Luvax dampers & Bendix; Jaguar OEM
GKN = U.K.-based OEM of Jag diffs, EAD, ETM, flexible couplings, driveshafts, cast parts, fasteners
GKN Laycock = Successor to Laycock de Normanville, U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar overdrive units
GM = General Motors, U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar transmissions, A/C compressors, PS pumps, more
GMB Corp. = Japan-based OEM of Jaguar U-Joints (GKN Made in Japan)
Goodridge Fluid Transfer Systems = U.K.-based OEM of brake lines and hoses for some Jaguars
Goodyear = U.S.-based OEM of tires for some Jaguar models
Grammer Auto-motive GmbH = Germany-based OEM of Jag video headrests, arm rests (current XJ)
GRIPTITE = Tradename of Jaguar quick-release worm-drive hose clamps made by Magnatex Ltd. aka TEX
Grupo Antolin = Spain-based OEM of Jag headliners, headliner textiles, lighting consoles, sun visors
Guardian = OEM of Jaguar windshield glazing (current XJ)
Guilford Mills, Inc. = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar headliner & trim textiles (division of Lear Corp.)
Gulton, Inc. = U.S.-based OEM of manifold pressure sensor in Lucas 6CU EFI control unit
Harada Industries = OEM of Jaguar power antenna/aerial motors and masts (made in Mexico & Japan)
Hardura = Felt-backed embossed vinyl used for Jaguar interior parts 
Harman/Kardon U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar entertainment systems
Harman Motive Ltd. U.K. division of Harman/Kardon, OEM of Jaguar entertainment systems
Harrison = Brand of A/C compressors used in some Jaguars (frmly. Div of AC Delco, now Delphi)
Hella = Germany-based OEM of Jag lighting & electrical systems, pedal sensors, A/C condensers
Hengst Automotive = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar filters
Henrob = OEM of self-piercing rivets used in Jaguar assembly (current XJ)
Hess & Eisenhardt = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar-approved sunroofs, XJS convertible conversions from 1986
HEYCO Germany-based OEM of wrenches in some Jaguar tool kits
Hickok Mfg. Co. = U.S. firm of Raymond Hickok, inventor of the seat belt, lic. to Am. Safety Equip. Corp.
Hickok, Raymond = American inventor of the Hickok safety seat belt as dealer-fitted to U.S. Jaguars 
Hirschmann Car Communication = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar power antenna motors and masts
HMI = Human Machine Interface
Honeywell Friction Materials = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar brake pads, now a div. of Federal-Mogul
Honeywell International, Inc. = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar turbochargers
Houdaille = OEM of early rotary-style shock absorbers used on the SS-100 and others
HP Pelzer = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar carpets, soundproofing, complete NVH systems
Huf Hülsbeck & Fürst GmbH = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar lock systems
Hutchinson Fluid Transfer Systems = France-based OEM of brake lines and hoses for some Jaguars
Hydro (Norsk Hydro ASA)= Norway-based OEM of aluminum extrusions
IAC = International Automotive Components U.S.-based OEM of Jag headliners, shocks, plastics
IBS Filtran GmbH: Germany-based manufacturer of filters built into ZF 6HP26 transmission oil sumps
ICI = Imperial Chemical Industries, U.K. OEM of rubber fuel tanks for C- and D-type racing cars
Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd. = ICI, U.K. OEM of rubber fuel tanks for C- and D-type racing cars
INA = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar mechanical tappet valvetrains, engine check valves (Schaeffler)
Inalfa Roof Systems Group B.V. = Netherlands-based OEM of Jaguar sunroofs
Intel Corp. = U.S.-based OEM, with Seeing Machines (w.s.), of Jaguar DMS
ITT Motion Technologies = OEM of Jaguar brake pads (current XJ)
ITW = OEM of Jaguar trunk lid hinges and interior door handles (XF)
J. Fray U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar cast metal badges and emblems
J L French = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar instrument panels, aluminum castings, camshaft caps
Jaeger London Ltd., Ed =U.K. factory of French partners Jaeger & LeCoultre, OEM of Jaguar gauges
JaguarSport = Joint venture between Jaguar and TWR to create the XJ40 XJR models
Johnson Controls = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar seats, overhead consoles, batteries
Johnson Electric = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar cooling fan modules (current XJ)
Joseph Lucas Ltd. = England-based OEM of Jaguar lighting, electrics, braking & more (Prince of Darkness)
Jubilee Clips Ltd. = U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar worm-drive hose clamps (See L. Robinson & Co. Ltd.)
Jurid Werke AG = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar flexible couplings, brake pads (div. Federal-Mogul)
JVM Castings = U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar diecast components
Kautex Textron = OEM of plastic fuel tanks (current XJ)
Kelsey-Hayes = U.S. disc brake manufacturer, licensor of Dunlop systems used on Jaguars
Key Safety Systems = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar steering wheels (XF)
Kiekert = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar locking systems
Kienzle Uhren GmbH = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar dash clocks
King Dick = Abingdon King Dick Tools, U.K.-based OEM of jack ratchets in some Jaguar tool kits
Klaxon = From the Greek klaxo, “to shriek,” France-based OEM of Jaguar horns, owned by FIAMM
Koito Manufacturing = Japan-based OEM of Jaguar lighting (HID, LED, halogen, rear lights)
Kolbenschmidt Pierburg / KSPG AG = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar engine blocks
Kongsberg = OEM of Jaguar bonnet release cables (F-Type)
Kostal UK Ltd. = OEM of Jag switches, modules, JaguarDrive Selector™ (div. Leopold Kostal AG)
Koyo = Japan-based OEM of Jaguar bearings (wheel, hub, differential, etc.) (see SKF, Timken)
Krebsöge = Sintermetallwerk Krebsöge GmbH, Germany-based maker of AJ-V8 fracture-split, sinter forged piston connecting rods
KSPG Automotive AG = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar pistons, door hinges (F-Type)
L. Robinson & Co. Ltd. = Firm of Lumley Robinson, inventor in 1921 of worm-drive clamp (Jubilee Clips)
Laird Technologies PLC = U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar roof antennas (XF, F-Type)
LANXESS Corporation: U.S.-based OEM of Durethan plastic used in ZF 6HP26 transmission oil sumps 
Laycock de Normanville = U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar overdrive units (later GKN Laycock)
Lear Corp. = U.S.-based OEM of Jag seats, memory modules, carpets, NVH insulation, fuse boxes
Leggett & Platt, Inc. = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar seat suspension systems (XF)
Lemfoerder, Lemförder = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar ball joints, suspension bushings (div. of ZF)
Lemförder, Lemfoerder = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar ball joints, suspension bushings (div. of ZF)
Leoni AG = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar cables
Leopold Kostal AG = German-based parent of Jaguar OEM Kostal UK Ltd.
Leyland Motors = U.K. OEM of Jaguar XK engine cylinder blocks from 1948, eventually owned Jaguar
Linread = Name found on heads of some bolts and screws on Series I E-Types
Litens Automotive Group = Canada-based OEM of Jaguar belt tensioners
Littelfuse = U.S.-based OEM of fuses for Ford-era and later Jaguars (ATO fuses, etc.)
Lockheed Hydraulic Brake Works Ltd. = U.K. OEM of Jaguar braking systems under license (see AP)
Lougheed or Loughead, Malcom = Inventor of 1918 hydraulic brake system, changed name to Lockheed
Lucar = Brand name of bladed electrical connectors by Lucas
Lucas Industries Ltd. = Successor to Joseph Lucas Ltd., now owned by TRW
Lucas, Joseph Ltd. = England-based OEM of Jaguar lighting, electrics, braking & more (Prince of Darkness)
LuK GmbH & Co. KG = Germany-based OEM of Jag clutch discs, flywheels, drive chains (Schaeffler)
Luvax = U.K.-based OEM of SS-100 hydraulic shock absorbers, later div. of Lucas/Girling
Luvax-Girling = Lucas division and OEM of hydraulic dampers for XK120 and others
Luxan = Dye-enhanced-grain grade of Connolly Vaumol™ leather (see Autolux, Autocalf)
Lydall Thermal Acoustical, Inc. = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar heat shielding
Mabuchi = OEM of small electric motors used in Jaguar door lock actuators
Maflow Group = Poland-based OEM of A/C hoses and other fluid handling hoses
Magna Int’l = Canada-based OEM of aluminum bodies, headlamps, mirrors, oil pumps, rear cameras
Magna Steyr = Canada-based OEM of Jaguar thermostats (XF), oil pumps (current XJ)
Magnatex Ltd. = U.K.-based OEM of Jag quick-release worm-drive hose clamps marked GRIPTITE & TEX
Magneti Marelli S.p.A. = Italy-based OEM of Jaguar ignition systems, front and rear lights
Mahle = Germany-based OEM of Jag pistons, engine parts, filters, ill-fated Nikasil cylinder coating
Maier UK Ltd. = U.K. division of Spain-based OEM of Jaguar radiators (XF)
Mann+Hummel = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar air intakes, air/fluid filters, pressure regulating valves
Marchal = France-based OEM of Jaguar headlamps, now a brand of Valeo (w.s.)
Majoros Metál Nyomásos Öntöde Kft. = Predecessor to Csaba Metál Zrt. (w.s.)
Marelli, Magneti Marelli S.p.A. = Italy-based OEM of Jaguar ignition systems, front and rear lights
Marston Excelsior Ltd. / ND Marsten Ltd. = U.K. OEM of Jaguar radiators (now DENSO Marsten Ltd.)
Martinrea Int’l Inc. = Canada-based OEM of Jaguar aluminum subframes and shock towers
May Fireball Engine = Michael May designed High-compression stratified charge V12 HE head (AIR)
May, Michael = Designer of the Jag V12 HE high-compression stratified charge cylinder head (AIR)
MB = Mercedes-Benz, Germany-based OEM of automatic transmissions in some Jags (X308, X100)
Menard Engineering = New owner of Jaguar OEM TRW design, engineering and manufacturing
Mercedes-Benz = Germany-based OEM of automatic transmissions in some Jaguars (X308, X100)
Meridian Audio = U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar premium audio entertainment systems
Meridian Lightweight Technologies, Inc. = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar magnesium cross beams (XJ, XE)
Metalastik Trademarked rubber/metal bonded isolation bushes & harmonic dampers by Trelleborg AB 
Methode Electronics = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar switches (Start-Stop, trunk release), SCUs
Michelin = France-based OEM of tires for some Jaguars
Mini-lite = U.K.-based maker of alloy wheels retro-fitted to classic racing Jaguars
Mintex UK Ltd. = U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar drive belts; brake pads from 50s LeMans winners to today
MIT AgeLab = Partner with Jaguar, DENSO and Touchstone Evaluations in HMI research
Mobileye = Netherlands-based OEM of Jaguar ADAS & LKA in latest Gentex rear-view mirrors
Modu = Brand of Jaguar electrical connectors by AMP (now TE Connectivity)
Molex = U.S.-based OEM of many Jaguar electrical connectors (now a div. of Koch Industries)
MOMO Italy Sri. = Italy-based maker of aftermarket sports and racing steering wheels for Jaguars
Moog = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar U-joints and other components (div. of Federal-Mogul)
Moquette = Furlex, velour-/velvet-covered edge trim or “draught excluder” used on many Jaguars
Moss Gear Co. Ltd. = U.K. designer and OEM of gearboxes used in all Jaguars to 1965
Moto-Lita = U.K.-based maker of classic wood-rim OE and aftermarket Jaguar steering wheels
Motorcraft = Ford parts division, OEM of electrical connectors, switches, etc.
Multi-Lok = Brand of Jaguar electrical connectors by AMP (now TE Connectivity)
Multimatic Mechanisms = Canada-based OEM of Jaguar door hinges, APP hood hinges
Nacam = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar steering columns (division of ZF)
NAK Sealing Technologies Corp. = Taiwan-based OEM of Jaguar rotary-shaft seals
Nardi Torino = Italy-based maker of dealer-option wood-rim steering wheels for classic Jaguars
ND Marston Ltd. / Marston Excelsior Ltd. = U.K. OEM of Jaguar radiators (now DENSO Marsten Ltd.)
Nemak Dillingen GmbH = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar cylinder heads and engine blocks
Newton = Name found on heads of some bolts and screws on Series I E-Types
NGK = Japan-based OEM of Jaguar spark plugs, oxygen sensors
Nidec Motors & Actuators Japan-based OEM of Jaguar ABS & sunroof motors (now owns SWF)
Nifco UK = Div. of Japan-based OEM of Jaguar molded plastic parts and components
Nishikawa Rubber Co. = Japan-based OEM of Jaguar door, glass and body seals
Nivocode = France-based Lockheed associate, OEM of Jag brake fluid reservoir caps & level indicators
Norma Group = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar worm-drive hose clamps
Novelis, Inc. = Canada-based OEM of Jaguar aluminum sheet & body panels
NTN Bearing Corp. = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar rear axle bearings (XF)
NSK Steering = Japan-based OEM of Jaguar steering columns
Odenwald-Chemie GmbH = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar soundproofing
OETIKER = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar single-ear pinch clips used on non-pressurized hoses (XJS)
Oiles America = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar door hinge bushings (XF)
Olho Technik Czech S.R.O. = Czech Republic-based OEM of Jaguar cupholder consoles (current XJ)
Pagid GmbH = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar brake pads (now Hella Pagid Brake Systems GmbH)
Pektron U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar relays, fuel pump relays, diode packs, etc.
Pelzer = HP Pelzer U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar carpets, soundproofing, complete NVH systems
Pentosin = Deutsche Pentosin-Werke GmbH, Germany-based OEM of brake & hydraulic fluids (e.g. XK8 soft top/hood)
Perspex = Plexiglas, acrylic glass substitute
Pierburg GmbH = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar electric fuel pumps (X350)
Pilkington Group, Ltd. = U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar glazing, now using Sundym tradename (see Triplex)
Pininfarina S.p.A., Carrozzeria = Italy-based auto design firm responsible for the Jaguar XJ6 Series III
Piolax, Inc. = Japan-based OEM of Jaguar glovebox dampers
Pirelli e C. S.p.A. = Italy-based OEM of tires for many Jaguars
Plastic Omnium = France-based OEM of Jaguar bumper covers (XF)
Plexiglas = Perspex, acrylic glass substitute
Polynorm = Netherlands-based OEM of Jaguar aluminum body components in J.V. with Stadco (w.s.)
Powr-Lok = Dana/Spicer heavy-duty Limited Slip Differential used in some Jaguars
Precision Drivetrain = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar U-joints (now part of Federal-Mogul/Moog)
Premier, EnovaPremier LLC = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar tire-wheel assemblies (current XJ)
Pressed Steel, Ltd. = U.K.-based OEM that provided post-WWII Jaguar bodies 
Prince of Darkness, The = Nickname for Lucas Industries based on perceived lack of reliability
Proos Manufacturing = U.S.-based OEM of grilles on some modern Jaguars
QNX Software Systems = Canada-based OEM of technology underlying Jaguar VIC systems
Raymond, A = A.Raymond Tinnerman U.S.-based OEM of adhesives used in Jaguar assembly
RB&W = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar body panel **** nuts (panel-mounted threaded fasteners)
Recaro GmbH & Co. KG = Germany-based OEM of premium Jaguar sports seats
Regent = U.K. OEM of Jaguar worm-drive hose clamps
Reservac = Brand of Jaguar vacuum reservoir tanks produced by Trico (w.s.)
Reynolds Metals Co. = U.S. OEM of 531 alloy square-section steel tubing used in E-Type front subframe
Richards = Tradename on screws and bolts used on 1960s Jaguars, possibly by Richards & Allan Ltd.
Richards & Allan Ltd. = Possibly the OEM of Richards screws and bolts used on 1960s Jaguars
Rieter = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar carpets, soundproofing, panel liners
Rists = U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar spark plug cables & electrical components (now Lucas Rists/Leoni AG)
Röchling, Roechling Auto. = Germany-based OEM of Jag plastic windshield cowls, air ducts, etc.
Roechling, Röchling Auto. = Germany-based OEM of Jag plastic windshield cowls, air ducts, etc. 
ROS = Name found on heads of screws and bolts used on some 1960s Jaguars
ROT = Name found on heads of screws and bolts used on some 1960s Jaguars
Rotunda Tools = Maker of Jaguar dealership specialty service tools (Division of SPX and now owned by Bosch)
Rubery Owen Holdings Ltd. = U.K. OEM of bolts and screws used on some 1960s Jaguars (E-Type)
Rudge-Whitworth = U.K.-based bicycle-motorcycle maker and OEM of Jaguar wire wheels
Sachs = Germany-based OEM of shock absorbers, Stabilus hood/trunk lift support struts, etc. (div. ZF)
Saginaw Steering Gear = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar tilt steering wheels (Now Nexteer div. of GM)
Saint-Gobain Sekurit = France-based OEM of Jaguar glazing
Sameer = India-based OEM of Jaguar wheel bearing grease seals
Sanden = OEM of Jaguar A/C compressors (XJ40 to current XJ at least)
SAPA = OEM of Jaguar aluminum extrusions & body components (latest XJ, XE) (now owned by Hydro)
Scapa Tapes, Ltd. = U.K.-based OEM of adhesive tapes used in Jaguar assembly
Schaeffler AG = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar needle bearings, variable valve lift systems, etc.
Schefenacker (Visiocorp) = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar mirrors
Scherdel GmbH = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar engine valve springs (XF)
Scottish Stamping & Engineering Co. = U.K. OEM of Jaguar crankshafts
Seeber = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar soundproofing
Seeing Machines = U.S.-based OEM, with Intel Corp. (w.s.), of Jaguar DMS
Sertec Group = U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar steel & aluminum pressings, press tooling, exhaust tips
Sevex = Swiss-based OEM of Jaguar heat shielding (now owned by ElringKlinger)
SGF = Germany-based OEM of flexible couplings (flex discs, Jurids, Giubos)
Sheffield Steel Products SSP, U.K.-based OEM of wrenches & screwdrivers in Jag tool kits from mid-60s
Shell Oil Co. = Royal Dutch Shell, Netherlands-based OEM of Jaguar lubricants, brake fluid, etc.
SICURSIV = Trademark of Societa Italiana Vetro SIV S.p.A., Italy-based OEM of Jaguar Climaglass glazing
Sidler GmbH = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar interior lighting (XF)
Siemens VDO Germany-based OEM of Jaguar air intake systems, anti-theft alarm control modules, etc.
Simmerring = Trademark engine & transmission rotary shaft oil seals by Freudenberg (w.s.)
Sintercast = OEM of Jaguar cylinder blocks (XF and current XJ) (see Tupy)
Sintermetallwerk Krebsöge GmbH or Krebsöge = Germany-based maker of AJ-V8 fracture-split, sinter forged piston connecting rods
SKF Svenska Kullagerfabriken AB = Sweden-based OEM of Jaguar bearings (wheel, differential, etc.)
Smith, Thomas & Sons of Saltley Ltd. U.K.-based OEM of Snail Brand wrenches in some Jaguar tool kits 
Smith-Clayton Forge Ltd. = U.K. OEM of Jaguar crankshafts
Smiths Group plc = U.K.-based OEM of classic Jaguar dash gauges, clocks and instruments
SMR Automotive Mirrors UK = U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar exterior mirrors (current XJ)
Snail Brand = Brand of Thomas Smith & Sons of Saltley Ltd., U.K.-based OEM of Jag tool kit wrenches
Snap-On = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar-recommended tools for dealership/main agent service shops
Societa Italiana Vetro SIV S.p.A. = Italy-based OEM of SICURSIV Climaglass brand of Jaguar glazing
Sole S.p.A. = Italy-based OEM of Jaguar exterior fender vents (F-Type)
Solex UK = U.K. Division of Solex in France and OEM of the Zenith-Stromberg carburetors
Southco, Inc. = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar electro-mechanical glove box latches (XF)
Sovy, U.K. = OEM of Jaguar brake fluid reservoir caps and level indicators (now owned by SNG Barratt)
**** Nuts = Panel-mounted threaded fasteners made by RB&W (w.s.)
Spicer = Dana/Spicer (w.s.)
SRG Global, Inc. = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar “lateral fenders” (current XJ)
SSP Sheffield Steel Products, U.K.-based OEM of wrenches & screwdrivers in Jag tool kits from mid-60s
Stabilus GmbH = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar hood and trunk lift support struts (div. of Sachs/ZF)
Standard Motor Co. = U.K.-based firm that supplied chassis and engines for early SS cars
Stadco = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar BIW pressings and body subassemblies
Stankiewicz GmbH = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar soundproofing
Stant Manufacturing = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar fuel filler caps (XK, XF)
Stockinette Fabric covering on classic Jaguar cooling hoses
S.U. or SU = Skinners Union, U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar carbs, fuel pumps, etc.
Suoftec = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar wheels (division of Otto Fuchs KG) 
Swallow Sidecar Company = Founded in 1922, became SS Cars Ltd. in 1934, Jaguar Cars Ltd. in 1945
SWF Spezial Werkzeugfabrik, German OEM of Jag wiper, window & sunroof motors; parking aid modules
T. Williams Company = T/W or TW, U.K.-based OEM of wrenches in Jaguar tool kits
Tata Motors = India-based owner of Jaguar since 2008
TEC = TE Connectivity (w.s.)
TE Connectivity = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar elec. connectors (AMP, Augat, Deutsch, Econoseal, etc.)
Tecalemit Garage Equipment Co. Ltd. = U.K.-based OEM of grease guns in Jaguar tool kits
Teleflex Fluid Systems = U.K.-based OEM of Teflon/PTFE hoses for Jaguars
Telford UK = OEM of Jaguar brake lines
Tenneco = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar exhaust systems and components
Tesa Tape, Inc. = U.S.-based OEM of pressure-sensitive tapes used in Jaguar assembly
Teves = Germany-based OEM of Jag braking systems, lateral accelerometers, ESC (ATE, Continental)
TEX = Marking on “GRIPTITE” quick-release worm-drive hose clamps made by Jag OEM Magnatex, Ltd.
Thomas Smith & Sons of Saltley Ltd. = U.K.-based OEM of Snail Brand wrenches in some Jaguar tool kits
ThyssenKrupp AG = Germany-based OEM of Bilstein shocks, steering columns, cams, coil springs
TI Automotive = U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar brake lines, fuel tanks, fuel pumps (Walbro)
Ticona = U.S.-based OEM of Celstran plastic used in many modern Jaguar parts (now Celanese)
Timken = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar bearings (wheel, hub, differential, etc.) (see Koyo, SKF)
Tom Walkinshaw Racing = TWR, partner in JaguarSport and TWR special edition models (not to be confused with TRW)
Touchstone Evaluations = Partner with Jaguar, DENSO and MIT AgeLab in HMI research
Trelleborg AB = Sweden-based OEM of Metalastik rubber/metal bonded isolation bushes
Trico = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar wiper blades, wiper motors (FHP Elmotor), Reservac vacuum reservoirs
Tridon = U.S.-based OEM of Canadian-made Jaguar worm-drive hose clamps (XJS)
Triplex Safety Glass Co. Ltd. = U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar glazing, including Sundym tinted glass
TRW Automotive = U.S.-based OEM of Jag brakes, airbags, much more (not to be confused with TWR)
Tuffelt = Thick felt fabric used for sound-deadening and padding in Jaguar interiors 
Tupy = Brazil-based OEM of Jaguar engine cylinder blocks (shares the contract with Sintercast)
T/W or TW = T. Williams Company, U.K.-based OEM of wrenches in Jaguar tool kits
TWR = Tom Walkinshaw Racing, partner in JaguarSport and TWR special edition models (not to be confused with TRW)
Tyco International Ltd. = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar AMP & Econoseal electrical connectors (TEC)
Unbrako U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar screws & other fasteners; GEOMET brake rotor coating
Unipart Group = U.K.-based OEM of Jaguar fuel tanks, exhaust systems and components
United Technologies Corp. = U.S.-based OEM of Ford/Jag elec. distribution systems, fuse boxes, etc.
U.T. = United Technologies (w.s.)
Valeo SA = France-based OEM of Jaguar headlamps & other lighting, filters, PAS, BSD, gear motors, locking, etc.
Varta = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar batteries, division of Johnson Controls (w.s.)
Vaumol = Trademarked natural-grain grade of Connolly Leather (see Autolux, Autocalf)
VI = Virtual Instruments, Virtual Instrument Cluster (dev. for Jaguar by VST and QNX) (DIC, VIC)
Vibracoustic / Trelleborg Vibracoustic GmbH = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar engine mounts
Visiocorp (Schefenacker) = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar mirrors
Visteon Corp. = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar IPs, PTEC, axles, locking, seatbelts, airbags, much more
Visteon Software Technologies = France-based OEM of Jaguar VIC and RSIS (div. Visteon Corp.)
V.L. Churchill & Co. Ltd. = U.K.-based OEM of special service tools for Jaguar dealerships/agents
VoestAlpine Steel = Austria-based OEM, parent of Polynorm (w.s.)
VST = Visteon Software Technologies (w.s.)
w.s. = Which See, see the separate entry in this list
Wabco = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar air suspension systems, air compressors, ASMs, etc.
Wahler GmbH = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar thermo switches, thermostats, EGR valves, etc.
Walbro = U.S.-based OEM of Jaguar fuel pumps, now owned by TI Automotive
Warren Fasteners = U.S.-based OEM of wheel arch fasteners (XF) (now Emhart Teknologies/Stanley)
Waxstat = Jaguar OEM cooling thermostats made by Western Thomson Plastics Ltd.
Waxoyl AG = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar rustproofing products
Webasto = Germany-based OEM of Jaguar CC systems, sunroofs, convertible tops, panorama sunroofs
Weber = U.S.-based OEM of Carburetors, Carburators, Carburettors, Carburetters
Weslake Research & Development = U.K. firm of Jaguar engine tuning engineer Harry Weslake
West Yorkshire Foundries = U.K. OEM of Jaguar cylinder heads
Westcast Industries Inc. = Canada-based OEM of Jaguar cast & machined intake & exhaust manifolds
Western Thomson Plastics Ltd. = UK-based OEM of Jaguar Waxstat cooling thermostats
Whiston Industries Ltd. = England-based supplier of tooling for aluminum body panels (X150)
William Mills = U.K. OEM of Jaguar cylinder heads
Wilmot Breeden = U.K.-based OEM of brightwork on SS cars and leapers on early Jaguar cars
Wilton Wool = U.K. OEM of Jaguar floor mats
Woco Gruppe GmbH = OEM of Jaguar fuel pump covers (current XJ), injector socks (3.0L V6 D)
w.s. = Which See, see the separate entry in this list
Yazaki Corp. = Japan-based OEM of Jaguar EEDS (XF)
Zenith = U.K.-based OEM of Zenith-Stromberg Carburettors, owned by Solex UK
ZF Friedrichshafen AG = German-based OEM of Jag transmissions, steering racks, chassic parts, etc.
Zytek Systems = U.K.-based OEM of EMS ignition/injection for some XJ-S and XJR-S
Thanks to Doug, Lawrence and StifeJa for contributing additional OEMs to this list!

Cheers,

Don
 

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The mufflers on my XJR are 'Bosal"

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The mufflers on my XJR are 'Bosal"

Cheers
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Excellent! Thanks Doug! Because the post is so long, the forum programming won't let me edit it, so I have to delete the thread and repost it. I've already added Bosal Group (Netherlands-based) to my list, but I'll wait a few days to see if we collect some additional OEMs or corrections, then repost the revised list.

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Don - outstanding list - many thanks for the effort
 
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very interesting information...

I wish I could find the oem for the Heater Valves used in the 1963-1968 'S' models and the Daimler Limos.
 
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Wow! Thanks Don. I'd really like to steal those lists for my personal not-for-profit use. Ill have to try later when I have "more" time.
 
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Wow! Thanks Don. I'd really like to steal those lists for my personal not-for-profit use. Ill have to try later when I have "more" time.

Hi Jerry,

Thanks for your kind words. I'd be happy to send you both lists in Word format if you'll send me your email address via PM and put LISTS in the subject heading.

Graham is working on a formatting idea to make the lists easier to access and read in the forum, and also I've received a few additions from other members, so you may want to wait a week or two to see how many additional terms or OEMs we may collect.

Cheers,

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Hi Don, I'm pretty sure those unique non-serviceable high and low side A/C charge valve ports on late Xj40's were made by Aeroquip

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Hi Don, I'm pretty sure those unique non-serviceable high and low side A/C charge valve ports on late Xj40's were made by Aeroquip

Cheers

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Thanks Larry. Do you think they made only the fittings, or the entire A/C hoses?

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Thanks Larry. Do you think they made only the fittings, or the entire A/C hoses?

Don
Not sure, but I'm guessing probably not! - The ports are (were) available as individual Aeroquip items, however Jaguar only sold the complete hose assemblies.
The parts catalogue doesn't list the ports with a separate part number - (which seems rather odd as the ports simply screw into the lines and seal with an o-ring).

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The ports are (were) available as individual Aeroquip items, however Jaguar only sold the complete hose assemblies.
The parts catalogue doesn't list the ports with a separate part number - (which seems rather odd as the ports simply screw into the lines and seal with an o-ring).

Based on a little research, there is plenty of evidence to suggest that Aeroquip probably made the entire hose assemblies. Here's a line from a website for Trinova, a firm of which Aeroquip was one component:

"Aeroquip has made a big business out of fluid-conveying-system parts; it manufactures such things as flexible hose, V-band couplings, refrigeration components, and fittings and assemblies."

And from the press release at the link below announcing a Ford-Aeroquip pact for power steering fluid hoses, this telling statement: "The firm also makes air conditioning hose systems for passenger vehicles."

http://www.rubbernews.com/article/19...s-annual-sales

I'm going to add Aeroquip as an OEM of Jaguar A/C refrigerant hoses until someone can tell me differently. I won't be surprised if we learn they also made power steering hoses for Jaguar.

Thanks Larry!

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You're the man, Don - Cool research ! (as in A/C that is)

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Hi Don
I noticed that Eurospare is not in the list of OEM manufacturers. Unless I am reading false info. they have been making parts for Jaguar for a long time.
Hotbray | eurospare
The eurospare speed sensor was $76 plus shipping at CARID and I have since found it cheaper. Compare to average of about $200 for most suppliers.
Let me know if anyone has any negatives about this company.
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Hi Don
I noticed that Eurospare is not in the list of OEM manufacturers. Unless I am reading false info. they have been making parts for Jaguar for a long time.
Hi preacherbob,

That's a great question!

An Original Equipment Manufacturer is one who makes parts or assemblies used in the original assembly of vehicles at the Jaguar factory. So far as I have been able to determine, no part manufactured by eurospare was ever used to build brand-new Jaguar vehicles. The same appears to be true of ÜRO Parts, whose claims of OEM status with Jaguar appear to be equally dubious. Both companies try to create the impression that they are Jaguar OEMs, but careful reading of their claims reveals that they are actually aftermarket manufacturers from whom Jaguar now purchases some parts that have been discontinued by the OEMs.

For example, here's the wording from eurospare's website:

"The eurospare brand covers all aftermarket and quality OEM wholesale spare parts available to us. Originally designed to complement our genuine Land Rover and Jaguar accounts, this business has now developed into a global sourcing programme for our customers."

And here's the wording from the ÜRO Parts website:

"Unlike many of the larger OE manufacturers, A.P.A. has the ability to produce smaller production runs suitable for European automakers that don't sell enough vehicles to justify the cost of sourcing components from larger OEM's. Large OEM's often refuse to dedicate a production line for the quantity needed, or will only do so at an untenable price. A.P.A. has helped several car manufacturers reintroduce parts that were discontinued by the previous OEM supplier, ultimately helping loyal owners keep their vehicles on the road. A.P.A.'s OEM division currently supplies products to Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar, Saab and Mitsubishi, and is currently holding discussions with Porsche."

Both companies appear to be supplying newly-manufactured versions of parts discontinued by the OEMs so Jaguar dealerships can continue to meet the aftermarket need, but that doesn't make eurospare or ÜRO Parts a true Original Equipment Manufacturer, so I have included neither in my list.

Thanks again for the great question!

Cheers,

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Both companies appear to be supplying newly-manufactured versions of parts discontinued by the OEMs so Jaguar dealerships can continue to meet the aftermarket need, but that doesn't make eurospare or ÜRO Parts a true Original Equipment Manufacturer, so I have included neither in my list.
I think you've pegged it, Don.

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Many years ago I managed an automobile safety glass manufacturing plant. The products had to comply with BSI (British standards), ASA (American standards) and DIN (German standards) simply to be allowed on sale. That was only the start!

In addition, we were independently certified as "OEM approved" by a number of vehicle manufacturers. This didn't necessarily result in orders but was a requirement to be fulfilled before we could even bid for their business.

I'm always interested to look at the source labelling on Jaguar parts. The World has changed a lot since I was in manufacturing and it is a truly global market now. Frequently the product isn't even packaged in the country of manufacture. The most ruthless competition in the Jaguar supply chain appears to be with filters. The UK manufacturers first lost out to Germany which in turn lost out to Eastern Europe. I'm expecting the next one I buy to originate in the Far East.

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TWR 07949 944523 manufacture and supply V12 engine parts from std to full race Group A and Group C. Have all the parts for all the Group C racing cars. Supply the Big bore inlet manifolds.
 
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TWR 07949 944523 manufacture and supply V12 engine parts from std to full race Group A and Group C. Have all the parts for all the Group C racing cars. Supply the Big bore inlet manifolds.

Tom Walkinshaw Racing is on the list already.

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