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Coolant fan relay location on a 1998 jaguar

Need coolant fan relay location

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SOURCE: Adding coolant to a 1998 Jaguar XK8

if the coolant light is on or comes on when driving you MUST let the car cool down at lest 1 hour before doing anything, after this cool down time lift the hood [u.s.a.] or bonnet [uk] looking from the front of the car on the right hand side towards the back of the engine compartment is the coolant header tank,about 5inch square black in color [u.s.a.] colour [uk] with a large screw top and some rubber pipes coming from it,this should be topped up with coolant right to the neck of the screw cap when you remove the cap to top up the coolant unscrew it slowly as it may be under pressure you don't want hot 212F[u.s.a.] 100C [uk] coolant in your face do you.good luck.

Posted on Nov 24, 2008

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SOURCE: what causes the radiator fan

the relay is under theleft side of the front wing i think its green with 5 wires     

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a 2000 jaguar s-type, cooling fan comes on without engine overheating. Is it radiator fan relay or the cooling fan relay that i need to replace?

Your vehicle's OBD computers monitor all functions of your vehicle's electrical circuits.

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Posted on Nov 28, 2011

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SOURCE: were is the 2004 Jaguar x type electric radiator fans relay at?

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

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