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Jaguar s-type 2000. is the heater core and the A/C in same airbox

Jaguar s-type 2000. is the heater core and the A/C core in the same airbox? Heat comes from vents, but no A/C. a/c reads as charged. when a/c turned on, a faint hissing sound (like a vacuum leak) can be heard coming from inside the dash. how do i get to this equipment to check it out?

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  • jay9308 Apr 26, 2010

    hgow do you remove the dashboard?

  • jay9308 Apr 26, 2010

    i have no idea what you mean. where would i see a fault code? i think i need to remove the dashboard to check out the controls. how do you remove the dashboard without damage?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    any system fault codes



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I believe you have to remove the dashboard to get to it!

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