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2004 Jag Climate Fan (x350)


My fan has just stopped working, the fan itself is ok and does run momentarily when the car is started.

The weird thing is when I press the auto button the fan goes to 0 on the display and the recirc light comes on.

I wonder if there is a sensor stopping the fan from running

Any help would be greatly appreciated


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  • billat3800ft May 11, 2010

    Hi, I also have 2004 Jaguar XJ8. The climate control fan is not working. The fuses that control the blower check OK. the solution post states that it is the "blower motor speed control module". However, I cannot find the "blower motor speed control module" location in the factory manual. I found a "remote climate control module" in the area of the glove box, is this what is being referred to? Thanks, Bill



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The problem was the blower motor speed control module! had to take the glove box out to reach it.

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