Question about 1995 Jaguar XJ6
Need to check this:
1. Check the Engine Control Module (ECM) for water intrusion.
2. If OK, check the output of the crankshaft position sensor, it should be at least 1.0 volts AC.
3. Verify battery voltage (B+) is present at the injector and coil connectors with the key in the on position.
Tip: Water intrusion into the ECM is an issue with mid-90's Jaguars. The ECM is located at the passenger side kick panel and the connectors face up.
Posted on Nov 17, 2013
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