Question about 1995 Jaguar XJ6
Put simply, the audible warnings have gone (or are so quiet, they are inaudible). There is no sound when the directional indicator is on. There is no sound when the lights have been left on. Nothing at all. The problem has only recently ocurred - it's very puzzling. I have searched through the manual to discover if there is a fuse that caters for this part of the system, but no luck in finding any reference to it.
For Stormbrewin (clarification request about elzbieta22's problem posted Oct 23):
You wrote 'There is a fuse do you know where fuse box is?'
I reply: Yes. I know of 3 (one in each of the door post pillars and one in the central console). I have looked in the Jaguar manual and I cannot find a description of the fuse. I have been looking for something that describes it as 'Audible Warning fuse' or similar. It might go under a different description - I don't know. If you do know what it might be named as, I would be very grateful to you.
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
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