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1991 jaguar fuse box layout

Gas gauge does not work. fuse problem? what fuse?

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To test the gauges, in the arm rest console (middle of car between driver and passenger) there is a fuse box. if you have the lid with the info remove the "Instrument Panel" fuse. open switch to On where normally the dash lights up. insert fuse back in. if no change could be the gauge thats bad or could be in the fuel tank the floater that sends the info to the dash what the fuel level is at.

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SOURCE: I am looking for a fuse box layout for a 1998 jaguar xj6

The fuse for cigarette lighters is number 9 = F9 (20A).
The fuse box / relay plate (fascia 1) is located inside the car under rear left seat 1 for Right Hand Drive (RHD) cars.
The fuse box (fascia 1) layout is:

1. F1 (10A) = Rear fog lamps
2. F2 (10A) = Heated mirrors, panel lamps rheostat
3. F3 (20A) = RH seat motors
4. F4 (20A) = LH seat motors
5. F5 (10A) = Instruments
6. F6 (5A) = Seat control modules, low power door switches, mirror motors
7. F7 (30A) = ABS pump
8. F8 (10A) = LH indicators / repeater lamps
9. F9 (20A) = Cigarette lighters
10. F10 (5A) = Cruise control
11. F11 (20A) = LH A/C blower motor
12. F12 (5A) = Instruments
13. F13 (15A) = Steering column adjustment
14. F14 (10A) = Automatic Transmission (AT) ignition supply
15. F15 (30A) = LH electric windows
16. F16 (5A) = ABS ignition supply
17. F17 (10A) = Electrochromic mirror, reverse lamps
18. F18 (10A) = A/C supply


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