Question about 1993 Jaguar XJ6
CAR WONT START
A person can take two jumper wires and bybass your relay by going straight to the pump. in return if your motor will start then the relay is bad. also by doing this you are testing the wiring as well due to the fact that if you bypass the relay and it starts then you know that the wiring is carring the juice needed and that the relay is out. however if you bypass it and it still doesnt start try using a seperate car batter as a power source and put your jumpers on there. if it starts that way then it means that maybe you have an electrical isue. but when you do it with the other battery try it before the relay and then with out the relay this should confirm the situation. also you can take a voltmeter and check the continuity befor and after the relay to determin how many volts your getting there, if its going though the relay, or if you are even gettin power that far.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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