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No idea without a play to be honest ,but a quick solution is to disconnect the feed from the relay and run a new feed direct from the ignition switch to the relay so you turn off and the fan goes off ,without a good play to find the problem i cannot tell you and you may need one of these new breed of mechanics who never get dirty but walk around with a laptop under their arms and talk all geeky junk .Unlike us oldies who only think and talk about cars and women and whos done the coldest call out up the motorway in winter and done the biggest bodge to get a 40 ton truck home safely
if it not reset it is a permanent fault and you must connect the car to a diagnosis machine to find out what the problem is on your car you cant pull the connector from the battery to erase faulty codes you need a diagnosis machine to do that. good luck Hans
you first need to make sure the fluid is full, then the best thing that might help that i've used is to have a bg trany service flush done, i use this machine all the time and it does wonders at times, it cant do magic but it does a good job, ive had tranys not shifting not going into gear or slipping and this machine service has helped 70 % of the time i think its worth a try, go on the web and google BG trany service and read about it, hope this helps, good luck.
use marvel mystery oil both in your fuel and in your oil it will clean your injectors and eat any sludge build up due to oil residue and make winter starts easier... hope you take this in this stuff workes wonders the ratio is on the back of the bottle on what you add to your fuel... but when you put in your oil remember not to over fill!!!!
there are several possibilities. when was the last time this van was tuned up? new plugs and an air induction cleaning can work wonders. depending on where you live, if its cold, fuel economy can drop significantly in the winter months. my own car gets aprox. 100 - 120 KM less per tank then in the summer time.
some of these trucks used a flasher for turn and a flasher for 4-way hazard so you may find 2 flashers in the dash, also dirt is a big problem around grain dust and whether in the column turn indicator stick or the ******** column ones a good cleaning will do wonders at times,granted the original in columns are hard to access to clean
it appears the shutter that blocks off the heater core is no opening fully. It is vacuum operated and mY HAVE A HOSE DISCONNECTED. The vacuum HOSE AND actuating control is accessible under the dash on the firewall passenger side. Good luck
Fuel Fail 24 is the code for the Ignition Amplifier Module. These are very difficult to find for older Jags because Jaguar does not make them anymore. I also do not know of any aftermarket companies that make them new. I do know you can get a remanufactured one from www.jagbits.com. It will cost you somewhere around $300 but without it, the car is junk. If you need any information on replacing it, let me know, and I will be glad to walk you through it.