Question about 1991 Jaguar XJ6
The car won't turn over, replaced the stater but thats not the problem, The abs relay is bad and blowing the abs fuse but would that cause the car not to turn over? Any other thoughts would be appreciated.
Could do. I think the ABS relay is housed in the same box as the starter relay. If so, you could have a blown fuse box link. Find the starter relay and see if it clicks when someone else turns the key to start. If not, see if there are volts on to the relay (there should be voltage on one side of the contacts when the ignition is on), there should also be volts on the coil when the ignition is turned to start. If not, check whether there is power to the fuse box (fuse links might have blown). If no power to coil, check gearbox park interlock switch - there is not much that stops a starter motor from turning, even in a sophisticated car like a Jaguar.
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