on my xj40, those warning lights are on, + fuse 5 on the vcm. i tried to check if they are any fault code’s in the system by connecting the black an brown/pink wire in the trunk, but i didn’t get any fault codes.
could it be a relay isue? how do i test them?
thanks for helping me
Lights warning will be a bulb out somewhere in the system, check all the bulbs including the number plate lights and side repeater lights if fitted.
Some bulbs set a warning due to the base not being compatible material, I think its ones with brass bases. Fuse 5 might be an inline one, there are a few of those. Does your wiper park correctly when its switched off?
ABS might be a few things, there is a procedure to retrieve codes with the VCM button, its a long time since I had my ‘40 but I think you have to turn the engine off but only to the ACC position and then press the VCM?
Is the warning light for the for the anti-lock on constantly when driving?
The lightning warning is a duplicate blown fuse warning (as read on the VCM). If the VCM readout possibly says fuse “3” not fuse “5”, then that is a fuse located in the fuse box in the arm rest.
thanks for the reply’s. i’ve been misunderstood.
the warning lights are : anti lock braking system and electricity symbol
- on the vcm, i have “fuse 5” mentioned.
can somebody sent me a link for the procedure for retrieving the codes from braking system. i tought i have to connect the black and brown pink wires in the trunk, an just put the contact on acc.?
i followed this for the diagnose.
but i don’t get any fault codes
I ask again; Is the anti-lock warning light on constantly when you are driving the car?
fuses in the armrest are checked and ok
i changed the white and yellow relais (on the blower motor), but no changes
stupid. power supply of the in line 30 amp fuse was loosen. connected, and all good now smiling_face: