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I don't know where it is; however, my husband and I have purchased 2 cooling fan assemblies for my 2004 Jaguar x-type 3.0 AWD. Neither of them would turn on. We have since been advised by a Jag mechanic that you must have a part called the link lead in order for the fans to work properly. This is a non-admitted (by Jaguar) default in this car. Check Quality Auto Parts 800-505-5838, ext. 1047 and ask for AMY. Hope this helps Nancy
Inside the engine compartment, behind your battery is the fuse box. Open your plastic cover and on the underside you will see the fuse schematic. Look for F16. That is the fuse for your left head lamp. 20 amp yellow fuse.
have you checked the bulbs first ?? they go long before any fuse ,their are relay units behind the headlights as well on this vehicle ,If you dont know what to do then please ask a local mechanic to do it for you ,these cars are not to be messed around with they dont like it .polish it and clean seats with leather cream and they never go wrong mine hasnt and i have had it 4 years now .ps they like the chrome buffed up as well
Open the bonet and look directly behind the headlamp and you should see a black plastic cover with 2 steel clips holding it onto the headlamp. Push the clips to the side and remove the cover. Do not remove completley as it will be difficult to refit. Just so you can get you hand to remove the connector. Remove and replace bulb
Front bumper removal is quite easy. To start with there is 4 10mm bolts one by each headlamp ( with the bonnet open) remov them. There is 3 T30 screws that hold the under tray to the subframe and there is also a small corner trim that is on the bumper side of the front wheel arch here is 3 T30 screws holding them on on each side. Finally remove the front wheel arch lining so you can get acsess to the inside of the bumper. You will then see a 10mm bolt towards the top of the bumper that is reversed to you. Remove then the bumper should then just pull away.
Becareful not to damage the fog lamp harness upon removal
Its likely just a poor connection; see if the dash lights go out when you go to start it this means a poor electrical connection. Take the battery terminals and clamps off and sand them down to shiny and tighten them up and maybe give them a shot of WD40 for good measure(it is supposed to absorb moisture). Your welcome, Alex