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WHERE IS THE AIR CON RESISTOR BLOCK LOCATED ON A JAGUAR XJ 2004 LOCATED?

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Doesnt have one ,on the XJ40 model its a computer type thingy located behind the radio right hand side ,and the relays burn out ,i have managed to solder some old ones in out of a relay but ? this a newer model which i havent repaired as YET ,,, but it could be in same place ? just be carefull of the ski jump when removing it ,two screws under ashtray on mine

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SOURCE: knock sensor location

It's under the intake manifold. To access it you have to remove the manifold and injection rail.

Posted on Dec 30, 2008

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SOURCE: diagram for 2005 magnum\r\fuse blocks

Here's a link to the owners manual free download. Simply put year and model in and it will bring up your manual.

Fuse block information begins on page 307 and ends on page 312

Posted on Aug 13, 2009

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SOURCE: What is the oil capacity for a 2004 Jaguar xj?

6.4 quarts with a filter change

Posted on Nov 02, 2010

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SOURCE: location of cabin air filter on a 2004 jaguar

Full step by step instructions and pictures can be found here:-


http://www.bluejag.co.uk/jaguar-pollen-filter-replacement.php

Posted on Jan 29, 2012

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SOURCE: Does the Jaguar X308 XJ have an air blend door for

Yeah it does. There are left and right blower motors but both route to one blender. whichs directs the air to either the defrost, floor, panel etc....

Posted on Sep 04, 2012

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My 2004 jaguar will not start gives me the following codes P1611, P1396, P1384, P0405


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My 2004 Jaguar xj8 will not release both latches with the inside release. How can I get to the latch without the hood opening?


If your bonnet will not release, there is a rubber plug inside fender located up in
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Jaguar 2004 xj8 the fan quit blowing, could it be a fuse...feel the air...when i hit the fan speed it moves up to the high speed but does not blow....


does it blow on any speed??? if not turn the blower on and find it usually under the left side of the dash, take any object and knock on it, if it then works, it needs replacement

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Heater blower on my jaguar xj6 (x350 ) model not working


check the fan speed resister block... located under the dash in the duct work near the fan. i may have failed

Robert

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