How to Access Jaguar Land Rover Position Statements

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) position statements are only accessible through the Jaguar Land Rover service information site, TOPIx. From there, position statements can be accessed by Jaguar Land Rover network collision shops or by signing up for a free account. It is important to note that a free account does not provide access to the Workshop manuals.

To access JLR information an account is required. If you do not have one you can create on by clicking the Register button (right side of webpage).

For access to position statements use the following steps:

  1. Go to TOPIx
  2. Click English (may not be necessary depending on frequency of use)
  3. Click United States (may not be necessary depending on frequency of use)
  4. Select the correct account type
    • Click Authorised Repairer Login (network collision shops)
    • Click Independent Operator Login (all other users)
  5. Enter username and password
  6. Click Login
  7. Enter a vehicle
    • option 1: Enter a VIN (left side of webpage)
    • option 2: Click Search via Model Selection (manual Model and Year selection)
  8. Click Find
  9. Click Browse All (bottom right of Option Selection)
  10. Click Documents (top of webpage)
  11. Click Body & Paint (left side of webpage)
  12. Select a Position Statement (right side of webpage)

Figure 2 - TOPIx search.

Figure 3 - TOPIx documents.

Figure 4 - TOPIx body & paint.

For additional JLR information, check out the following pages:
Jaguar OEM Information
Land Rover OEM Information

Additional I-CAR Collision Repair News you may find helpful:
Step-By-Step: Accessing Jaguar Repair Information
Step-By-Step: Accessing Land Rover Repair Information

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