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Heater problem in Jag 1988 XJ6

I have replaced the left side blower and the heater valve which anti freeze flows through. I was reading about some other problems on a 99 and they were claiming that I should replace the fuse for fog lights. Help would be greatly appericated. Thanks!

Wade Jr.

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  • Mark Glawdecki May 11, 2010

    I don't see the connection but a fuse is easy and cheap and much easier to repelace than the fan....

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Hi
Did you check the vacuum to the new heater control valve, they usually give trouble.
Fuse for fog lamps will have nothing to do with the heater system.
Good Luck!
John.

Posted on Jan 15, 2009

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