Who knows the actual location of the radio fuse for a 1996 jag xj6 ? ive read all the replies about ' check the radio fuse' and' its on the RHS' or 'it's number xx' what I need is to be told the actual precise location of the fuse, exactly how to find it (where it is hiding), and what the number is - please..
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Re: the location of the radio fuse for a 1996 jag xj6
Inside the engine compartment, on the right hand side (on a right hand drive) is a plastic tray with a lid, open the lid and there will be some fuses, under the lid, is a large label, showing 5 fuse locations, and a comprehensive listing of what each fuse is for. However, there is a common fault with the stereos, if they do not respond to a push on the volume control, try giving the tape eject button a firm push, then try turning it on again. This fixed my Jaguar, and several others I have read on the web. Don't look for radio, look for ICE (In Car Entertainment)
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The 1995 Jaguar XJ6 is OBDII compliant. You can read engine codes using an aftermarket code reader. You may have to call it a 1996 in order for the tool to read the codes. What you can not read without Jaguar's own reader is the ABS codes. Good luck!
Jags are definitely a pure breed. The new radio most likely has writing on the wires that tell where they are to be connected to. I take that back. I just checked the wiring of an older model JVC unit and there or not listings. If your radios doesn't have writing just remember Orange(or yellow) is illumination, and it goes to the fuse block; red is power, going to the fuse block; the big black one is the ant.; the little one is the ground to the chassis. The others are speakers. Connect them to the colors they are closely resembling in your Jag. Connect the power and turn on your radio. You can reconnect the lines to the correct speaker by checking each speaker. hope this helps.
due to the fact there is duel zone heating in these cars there is a heater control unit could a amplifier these tend to fail and you wont be able to get any heat a genuine unit is very expensive around $1500 but if you shop around you can get one for around $250 non genuine then its just a matter of getting a jag tech to fit it