Question about 1995 Jaguar XJ6
Does anyone know how to replace the bulb for the dashboard lights on 1995 Jaguar XJ12? The bulbs are still working but they're really dim even though i turned up the brightness control. I can read the odometer just fine at night but the temp gauge and oil gauge are not lit up and really dark. Where is the light bulb located?
Any info would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance and god bless
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look under the inner guard right below where the release catches are ... there'sa rubber grommet each side that lets you get a long screwdriver or light pry-barin to release the hood catches. Get a mate to pull UP on the inner headlights at the same time( same as when you close the hood) this Should spring the hood enough to open .Then put a couple of pieces of rag (like a big fist)in each catct and SLAMthe hood down. May have to be done acouple of times to get it right....bones
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
i am sure i posted this solution before the dual heater control valve is located looking front of car behind radiator left hand side low down very hard to get at probably better to get access from under car i have the same problem with my car i am trying to pluckup the courage to do it
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
I recently, April 12, purchased a 95 XJ12 that looks like it has minor problems. Its overheating. The Jag has been sitting for 2 years in a garage. It did not have a current title or local state plates, so it was sitting in the garage.
Anyway, I am restoring it. The prev owner gave me a Jag XJ12 DVD with all the manuals and diagrams. However, it did not have the diagrams I needed for the relays. So, I started to look for manuals. Nothing exists aside from the Jaguar OEM DVD and more expensive dealer paper manuals.
Unfortunetly, the 95 XJ12 has the OBD-1 system on it. I am in the process of finding a OBD-1 for the 95 XJ12. So far, none, but am calling OBD scanner companies.
The site below cost $17 one year and $50 5 years but it has all of the diagrams for all the relays, etc, repair instructions, ...
I purchased $50 plan since I plan to keep the JAG. I think its going to be a classic.
I would like to keep in touch with you to share info on self-repair tips.
If you want to share the cost for the site above email me.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
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