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if the climate control panel is working ok,check the dual temp control valve 1st. these cars suffer from corroded wiring around the front. ie.behind wing liners and front bumper liner. robbing power or control signals from the dual control valve. also the servo motors on the climate control unit are suspect. get someone who is knows the product to look. hope this helps.
P1699 No CCD/J1850 Messages Received From The Climate Control Module (CCM) this should not have anything to do with your emission test. Suggest taking to your local auto parts dealer that will pull the codes from your OBDII for free, check your phone book and call them to ask if they offer this service. most national stores will do it because they will then sell you the parts and give advice on repairs
This problem is normally associated with a failure of an ecu/can bus output, in many instances it is also associated with anouther problem being present, Air Con not operating correctly is a favorite. The best bet is to narrow the problem down try and locate what else isn't working and this will guide you to the cause problem. Problems can be anything from a faulty ECU to a blown fuse.
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