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What is a pao fuse 1 on a 94 jaguar - 2006 Jaguar XJ8

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SOURCE: My check engine light is on. The VCM says: PAO.

The PAO you see on your dash in the VCM (Vehicle Condition Monitor) *is really* -PAD-.

I had the same beacon on my 1991 XJ6, it refers to the brake pads being worn.

Fuse 3 is a notice that there is a misbehaving fuse in your 3rd fuse box, which is located inside the center console (armrest)

Best of Luck!
JeremyM

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SOURCE: Fault code PAO on a 1992 Jaguar XJ6, what does it

It's DAO.

It means the low brake pad / disc sensor is triggered at the wheel.

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