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Jaguar xj6 1994

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My Jaguar xj6 1994 the problem is that the front and back lights are always on even when is stop.

Please help me the electromechanics still don't know what is happening.

Thanks.

Fernandez
email pgracy@prtc.net

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Sounds like a swedish impòrt where the lights stay on all the time.

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