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I have 2004 Jaguar S-type 3.0L V6-speed automatic. Trouble code B2477 control module. Multi Display / Climate control is to dash. How to repair B2477 control module. Please help me?

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Sorry but no code number this high in the jaguar codes so i would contact the code reader manufacturer and ask for a definination of what their codes read ,jaguar codes only read up to 1470 with a P in front ,if this problem is what i think it is then its a new panel unit ---OUCH--- expensive

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