Question about 1986 Jaguar XJ6
Recharged system and the compressor is cycling ok,was told to check A/C Amplifier.It is supposed to be located on the center console driver side.Removed side panel but can not locate part which is listed under in line fuses on the original electrical chart.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
what year car is it fuel tank is located behind rear seat early xj 40 fuel pumps are under car near drivers rear door later ones pump in tank
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
the only thing that can change the air from hot to cold, or vice versa is the blender door. under your dash is a box which has 2 compartments. one with your heater core which is hot and one with ac which is cold. the blender door basically diverts which on the air in your car is being drawn from. if it is cold, air is moving on the ac side. if its hot, air is moving through the heater core side. if its warm, the door is in the middle. your temperature control knob is conecteted to an actuator, which moves that door. the actuator is a motor, but if it goes out, the door will be stuck on whichever side it is on. i would check that first. hope this helps
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
the motors stick ( freeze ) i have heard that disconect the battery for an hour helps with this,and you may need to reprogram everything after..
Open the boot lid and drivers door, and switch on the ignition. Rock the valet switch, in the centre console, 5 times. The system will chirp to indicate it has entered learning mode.
On models with seat/mirror/steering wheel memory functions, the first remote will be linked to memory 1, second to memory 2 etc.
Press the larger, lock, button of the remote. The system will chirp to confirm it has got the signal. If it doesn't receive any signals for 15 seconds, it will chirp twice and exit learn mode.
To programme further remotes, rock the valet switch once. The system will chirp twice for remote number two, three times for number three etc, then press the lock button of the remote as above.
When finish, wait 15 seconds for the system to time out and chirp twice, turn off the ignition, close the doors and boot lid and the job is done!
Posted on Mar 10, 2010
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