Question about 1995 Jaguar XJ6
I am having some electrical issues with my 1996 Jaguar XJ6.
1.The tail lights automatically come on when I start the car and dont light up when I apply the brakes
2. When I open the door all the locks jump up and down three times before they stay stationary..relay problem ?
3. The electric antenna will no longer go up-could the motor be burnt out ?
Anyone with even an answer to one of these questions would be appreciated, thanks the cigarette lighter does not work. Is this a fuse or a complicated electrical issue. it is a 96 jag.
I forgot to mention about the locks. Mine does the same thing...jumps three times. This is an indicator that one of the locks on the circuit is not functioning properly. Mine happens to be the right front but it could be any door including the boot lid.
The antenna could be a burnt motor; however, my 1987 XJ6 had the same issue. One day it came up just a bit and I was able to slowly coax it fully out. After I got it out, I took some olive oil and lubricated it just a bit--not a heavy lubrication--and it worked well after that although it would still sometimes stick.
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
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