[xj] Rear windows on '77 2 door fail

There is no motor noise, I can’t find a blown fuse. Any info.
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Grimbaud
Sion, Switzerland
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In reply to a message from Grimbaud sent Thu 23 Jun 2011:

Welcome Grimbaud (or Graham?).
We have a few bits and pieces. A wiring diagram:-

http://www.jag-lovers.org/v.htm?id=1247696988

and if you click on ‘‘search forums’’ and enter the appropriate
key-words you’ll find a few previous posts to keep you busy
reading for a while…–
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There is no motor noise, I can’t find a blown fuse. Any info.
in jag-lovers world?


Dave Collishaw '79 Daimler Sovereign '96 X305
Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
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In reply to a message from sparx sent Fri 24 Jun 2011:

Thankyou Sparx. It was corrosion in one switch. I followed the
current until it stopped and there it was. I could have been
100 years on that without your semantic. I will now donate $
to the Jaguar cause here.–
Grimbaud
Sion, Switzerland
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In reply to a message from Grimbaud sent Fri 24 Jun 2011:

Welcome to the ‘‘club’’ Grimbaud. I see you’re as good as your
word and have already donated. That keeps the ball rolling.
The next thing to do is click on ‘‘edit your profile’’ (you
need to be logged in) and put your car or cars in your
signature.
It’s good to see another Series 2 car on the forum.

BTW. The word you were looking for was ‘‘schematic’’ not
‘‘semantic’’ :-)–
The original message included these comments:

Thankyou Sparx. It was corrosion in one switch. I followed the
current until it stopped and there it was. I could have been
100 years on that without your semantic. I will now donate $
to the Jaguar cause here.


Dave Collishaw '79 Daimler Sovereign '96 X305 '56 BSA A10
Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
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