Question about 1995 Jaguar XJ12
I am trying to wire some Emerald ECU's to a 1995 X300 V12 engine. The 2 coil packs have 4 blades on the input socket, I presume 1 is earth and the others are each for a pair of cylinders.
Do you know how i can find out which one is which please?
I recently, April 12, purchased a 95 XJ12 that looks like it has minor problems. Its overheating. The Jag has been sitting for 2 years in a garage. It did not have a current title or local state plates, so it was sitting in the garage.
Anyway, I am restoring it. The prev owner gave me a Jag XJ12 DVD with all the manuals and diagrams. However, it did not have the diagrams I needed for the relays. So, I started to look for manuals. Nothing exists aside from the Jaguar OEM DVD and more expensive dealer paper manuals.
Unfortunetly, the 95 XJ12 has the OBD-1 system on it. I am in the process of finding a OBD-1 for the 95 XJ12. So far, none, but am calling OBD scanner companies.
The site below cost $17 one year and $50 5 years but it has all of the diagrams for all the relays, etc, repair instructions, ...
I purchased $50 plan since I plan to keep the JAG. I think its going to be a classic.
I would like to keep in touch with you to share info on self-repair tips.
If you want to split the cost for the site above email me.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
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