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Jaguar xj problems

Both interior boot lights are inoperative - bills seem ok but cannot find the switch/sensor to confirm if that has failed. Where is it or any other ideas? Could it be a fuse - albeit all other lights ok.

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Check fuse as per ur car manual

Posted on Feb 09, 2014


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my tail lights on a 2002 buick regal do not go on when lights are on, I changed a couple of the bulbs still nothing, brakes lights and backup lights work.... also the inside dash lights do not work could it be a related problem,

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I had the same problem and it was the fuse. I don't remember the number, but it has the symbol for the dome light and that fuse also controls the windows and locking system.

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About a year or so ago, my 1991 240 Volvo was experiencing similar symptoms. Has this been an intermittent problem? (Sometimes starts, sometimes not?)
I looked at my fuses, especially fuse #6 which powers my fuel injector relay. With a friend, who is a professional mechanic, we determined fuel was getting to the injectors, but my coil spark was weak and injectors were not being pulsed. I wasted 300 dollars having the injector relay replaced, by another mechanic. Two weeks later, my car failed once again to start! It turned out to be a pitted connection at fuse #6! I inially just looked at the fuses, which were not blown, but when I took #6 out, it and the associated connector were pitted. Burnishing the connector and replacing #6 fuse has corrected this issue! If you haven't, pull your fuses, and inspect and clean the contacts! Maybe it's just that simple. Good Luck!!

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SOURCE: interior lights problem

Just because the headlight warning comes on does not mean that the interior light is on the same circuit through the door switch.

There are also some perameters that can be set using a scan tool from the dealer, or what's known as a Vag-Com that many VW owners have.

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

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