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There are 3 different fuse boxes in the 2001 Jaguar S Type vehicle and all of them are on the passenger side of the vehicle. The First One is called "Front Power Distribution Box" and is located under the hood on the passenger side of the engine next to the generator. The Second One is called "Primary Junction Box" and is located in the passenger foot area near the door jam. The Third One is called "Rear Power Distribution box" and is located in the trunk of the vehicle next to the battery. These are the three places in the vehicle you will find the fuse boxes. The headlight fuse is in the "Front Power Distribution Box" and if you were to stand on the side of the car next to the right front tire and look down at theFront Power Distribution Box #7 in the middle farthest away from you on the box should be the Front Fog Lamp Relay. From here there should be a diagram on the box to let you know exactly which fuse will be the headlights such as high beam and low beam and from there it should give its exact location and color of the fuse as well as the number of the fuse fore example such as blue 15 etc... I do hope this will help you. Thank you j_berry06
you have power in 4wd low,but not much speed as that is to be used when towing HEAVY loads. as for the engine switch...yes you can...and yes it will be difficult as you will have to eplace the front differentialwith a larger one,you will also have to replace front axles,front drive shaft,and more than likely our transfer case. Cheaper by far to just buy a new blazer.
heyyyyaaa.i have a 89 firebird t/a ..niceee but have a problem[ the module on the firewall that controls your headlights to raise up n down doesn't work..headlites come on..but manually raise n lower the lites bc i drive it at nite n day ..lol..all the time now..chevy place is asking 300.00 for it.i paid enough for the car as is..looking for anyone for help bc i give you 150 for that module]..its size..flat with two connectors(rghtside)(leftside) about 1 or two thick n abt4/5 inches tall on the drivers side firewall..call me anytime 4436530761 bc im gtn tired manually working the headlights..joe
I use to have the same problem, you may need someone with thin hands and large fingers, I went to mechanic, he uses a large curved tweezers, it´s very difficult to do it yourself, I spend several hours trying, but I abort the job and went to mechanic he fix the problem in 10 mins.
Its likely to be the heater contol distributor located in the front of the engine compartment under the right hand (when sitting in the drivers seat) headlights. Its very difficult to get to, it took me around 2 hours to change. Its ideally done on a ramp & cost around £150 (ukp) for the distributor valve block + £30 for proper antifreeze aprox 2 years ago.