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A/c relays where is the a/c relay and how do i know if its good or not?

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Consult the owners manual for the layout of your fuse/relay box. Testing requires an ohm meter. There are many types of relays, and the exact specifics for your relay would only be in a jaguar repair manual. However, you can do some general tests. Watch this Youtube video on how to test relays. Good luck. Relays how they work and how to test with multimeter

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