AC suddenly stoped working .The first fuse I checked was in the AC clutch circuit . IT was bad . I replaced it and it imediately blew... I'M ASSUMING THE CLUTCH IS bad . I noticed a burnt looking material around the compressor pulley . The pulley still spins. Am i right ? if so can I replace the clutch without discharging the system?
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My 93 xj6 doesn't blow or anything but I found that if I kick the blower under the string wheel. It comes on. Then it's blowing cold on the dash and hot out the center counsel. Where do I kick to fix that? There are buttons that light up by the steering wheel. That look like the seat heater button. Is there a way to choose to make the thing blow cold in front and hot in back? 989-657-2563
Examining the circuit diagrams, I am pretty certain that the lighting and heater controls are separate circuits, so no common fuse. According to the Jaguar circuit diagram, there is a common ground near the ICE system. Remove the centre console trim, then the ICE and it should be easy to find. Check all earths are secure. Naturally check all fuses first as you never know, but it seems unlikely.
Hi the Jaguar XJ6 works off a 12volt, negative earth.... Jauguar are a legend for electrical faults.... ok you need to do a voltage check/fault check on the system, remove the fuses from the associated problems, i.e the rear lights! place a volt metre over the contacts and there should be no voltage present! grab the wiring harness and move it side to side! if you see a rise in the volt metre then there is a short to the earth! this can be done through out the systen including switches.... i would personally check the earth contacts near he problem areas these corrode and you then get a short in the cicuit
Could do. I think the ABS relay is housed in the same box as the starter relay. If so, you could have a blown fuse box link. Find the starter relay and see if it clicks when someone else turns the key to start. If not, see if there are volts on to the relay (there should be voltage on one side of the contacts when the ignition is on), there should also be volts on the coil when the ignition is turned to start. If not, check whether there is power to the fuse box (fuse links might have blown). If no power to coil, check gearbox park interlock switch - there is not much that stops a starter motor from turning, even in a sophisticated car like a Jaguar.
get the oil pressure checked with a master gauge at a garage if ok will be oil gauge sender unit at fault if low with master gauge check oil pressure relief valve on filter housing i assume you have checked oil level
There are two relays in the front of the air filter housing, by the driver head light. two are for the wipers, 1 is for turned on and off, and the other one is for fast or slow speed. but you will have to check your fuses first in the engine driver side bay. hope you can fix it