[xj] Please download a copy of the OEM Jaguar Series III Electrical Guide, you won't regret it

Quite often listers get frustrated while trying to use incorrect or outdated
information about the Series III XJs (as well as others). Captain Jaguar
has a lot of reference documents on their site that are free to download and
some are worth their weight in gold. I can’t imagine owning or working on
one of these Series III XJs without having a copy of the S57 Electrical
Guide. Even if you don’t do any of the work on your car yourself, this
will be a handy thing to print out and bring to your local shop if you are
having them work on your Series III.

Here’s all you have to do: Log onto the Captain Jaguar website and download
the S57 Electrical Guide for your car (it’s free). It will answer many
questions you may currently have about where things are located, which
colored wires connect to what, as well as answer hundreds of other questions
you will have in the future.

Here is the link:
http://captainjaguarscathouse.com/Electrical_Reference.htm

I use the S57 Electrical Guide regularly for my three Series III cars and
the companion S57 for our XJ-S. I’d be lost without them.

This document is free to download. At that price, everyone on this list
should download one today, even if your Series III is running perfectly now.

BTW, I make occasional purchases from Captain Jaguar as my way of saying
thank you for making these documents available.

Regards,

Paul M. Novak

1990 Series III V12 Vanden Plas
1990 XJ-S Classic Collection convertible
1987 XJ6 Vanden Plas
1984 XJ6 Vanden Plas
1969 E-Type FHC
1957 MK VIII Saloon
Ramona, CA
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In reply to a message from Paul M. Novak sent Tue 10 Sep 2013:

SECONDED:

Early on in my Jaguar career, Bob Loftus, past lister and now
occasional lurker shared one with me. Each page in a plastic sheath
nonetheless. I punched the pages and put the pages into a separate
white binder clearly marked.

Not hard for me, even if I am electricly challenged. I;ve scanned
pages and shared them with others. The word is spread.

So much better than the confusing gibberish in Haynes!!

Was in there to resolve the no brake light issue in my car.
Correctly repurposed the cruise inhibit to inhibit the torque
converter lock in my car. I found, I had messed up the first time!!

Thanks in behalf of all for the heads up!

Carl–
The original message included these comments:

Quite often listers get frustrated while trying to use incorrect or outdated
information about the Series III XJs (as well as others). Captain Jaguar
has a lot of reference documents on their site that are free to download and
some are worth their weight in gold. I can’t imagine owning or working on
one of these Series III XJs without having a copy of the S57 Electrical
Guide. Even if you don’t do any of the work on your car yourself, this
will be a handy thing to print out and bring to your local shop if you are
having them work on your Series III.
Here’s all you have to do: Log onto the Captain Jaguar website and download
the S57 Electrical Guide for your car (it’s free). It will answer many
questions you may currently have about where things are located, which


Carl Hutchins 1983 Jaguar XJ6 with LT1 and 1994 Jeep Grand
Walnut Creek, California, United States
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