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2004 Jaguar XJ8 AC

The Air conditioner on my XJ8 stopped blowing. Everything seems to be ok just no air coming out of the vents. I understand that there are 2 blower motors on the XJ8 and it just seems odd that both would go bad at the same time. I've been told that this is a problem with the XJ8s but does anyone know what the fix actions were?

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First i would try checking relays,fuses, and the ground cables. replace as neccesary....now for checking the ground cables.....i would disconnect them and try scuffing them up with a wirebrush or something that will scuff up the metal a little bit then re-attach them.....test the blower and see if it works.....let me know what happened.

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