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I got a bussing coming from the dash board weather the car is running or not, would it be a relay is there 1 there or is it something else ?

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  • B medina Nov 14, 2008

    I have the same bussing noise in my 2003 jaguar. If I open the door the bussing starts, and after I turn off the engine the bussing is there.

  • B medina Nov 14, 2008

    I have the same problem, when I open the door the bussing starts, and when I turn off the engine the bussing is there.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Describe a bussing sound?? do you mean buzzing? Electronic speedometer or cable driven, what year is the car?



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This is normal in the x type jag. There is a motor that stay on for some minutes to take care of the moisture in the car. Don't worry about, it is normal.

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I too have this sound in the car. I have read that it is a fan of some kind running under the dash. So don't go and silence the sound at all cost. It may be normal. Yes mine does this even when the car is not running.

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no year stated, are you kidding?
good luck fixing this. not at dealer, or a real ASE shop.
wow, 2, does car run perfectly, gee, that be #1 right?

can bus errors.
what you can do is.:
  1. test all fuses.
  2. charge car battery up to 12.6vdc rested, !!!
  3. clear them all with scan tool do they come back? yes?/no?
  4. unplug battery for 1 hours, (neg lug off only) and put back
  5. fixed?
  6. unplug all modules (up to 11) 1 by one, battery unplugged. and see that connector looks clean, and put it back.
  7. or unplug one , see if some errors clear. and only module unplugged is now in error,
  8. The can-buss is shared highway, and has 1 lane. so if one module takes a dump on it, the others cant talk on said bus.
  9. That means its hard to find, unless you take a class in CAN-BUS 101. how to diagnose it.
  10. go to a real shop with ASE badge on sleeve and gray side burns, and win, a real mech, wont make excuses but In fact most shop do not have the powerful scan tool jeep has. not nearly. Find a shop that can diagnose CAN-BUS, if they go , what's that, MOVE ON !

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