Question about 1994 Jaguar XJ6

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My Jaguar is a 1993 XJ6 not a 1994 the problem I have is while wireing up a radio I grounded out a wire and now the ignition when you turn on the key nothing know light gauges and nothing when trying to start it all the fuses in the arm rest between the seats do not have any power going to the fuse box what is the main source of power to this fuse box (Fusable link or master fuse) and the location. The car was running at the time of grounding out the wire and shut down on its on I believe the antenia wire for the radio grounded out the power wire for the front cigar lighter but all the fuses on both fromt floor boards all all good just every one in the center console (Arm Rest between the front seats) are all dead

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  • gould1 Jul 29, 2009

    My Jaguar is a 1993 XJ6 not a 1994 the problem I have is while wireing up a radio I grounded out a wire and now the ignition when you turn on the key nothing know light gauges and nothing when trying to start it all the fuses in the arm rest between the seats do not have any power going to the fuse box what is the main source of power to this fuse box (Fusable link or master fuse) and the location. The car was running at the time of grounding out the wire and shut down on its on I believe the antenia wire for the radio grounded out the power wire for the front cigar lighter but all the fuses on both fromt floor boards all all good just every one in the center console (Arm Rest between the front seats) are all dead is anybody positive of the location

  • gould1 Jul 29, 2009

    do you have a better location than under the hood

  • gould1 Jul 30, 2009

    Is there any body else out there that kbows the answer to my problem Iam getting under the dash behind the left headlight

  • gould1 Aug 02, 2009

    Is there anymore solutions out there again this is a 1993 XJ6 all the fuses in the arm rest between the front seats have know power to it the wire that grounded out was the front cigar lighter I need to know what powers up this fuse box and the location of it

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It seems you have blown a fuse somewhere here.You will need to check all wiring and related fuse.

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I do not know exactly where it is, but there is a fuseable link in the main 12 volt+
line feeding the fuse block. If you start at the battery post, Follow the 'smaller' wire
from the post as far as you can until you see the fuse link. One wire goes to the alternator, that's not it. There is one that will go to a fuse link, that's the one you need. Look closely, you will see it. That will be blown from the ground you had .

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Under the hood, you should find a black box (about 4 inches wide and 8 long) with multiple relays and fuses. This box is basically the other fuse box for the car. You should find a burnt out relay in it which is why you don't have power to the fuses. Let me know how this turns out.


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    Behind the left hand headlight assembly in the engine compartment I believe for this car

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The wiring goes from switches, to relay block under dash, to fuse block. There may be a fusible link. Not positive on this model.

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