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1995 jaguar xj6 3.2

Having problem starting car.all ignition lights come on but wont crank over.also if i put live 12 volt feed to start motor while ignition on it starts.could it be a relay?

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  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2014

    i lost my car key, locksmith gve me another one. the new key unlocks car but wont start the car up

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2014

    i am getting voltage out of the ignition on relay but loosing somewhere between there and the harness which powers up the ems relay,ignition amplifier and the ignition coil.

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Relay is faulty or the contacts on the back of the ign switch

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