In reply to a message from Jagbo sent Thu 26 Aug 2010:
When I had this problem on my '93, I found it was the most
accessible solder joint on the rear of the fuse box for the
fan motor that had the problem.
Was quite easy to clean up and re-solder the joint.
I’ve read of a number of folks here that have had to repair
the solder joints in their fuse boxes, and none have ever
noted having to dig any deeper into the fuse out logic’s
maze of resistors to make a repair.
Hopefully, you’ll find the same with yours.
The original message included these comments:
Anybody have any repair experience in cold solder or broken
solder joints in fuseboxes? I have heard that Jaguar
fuseboxes suffer from poor solder connections. Mine, left
side fusebox, all fuses work but the 12 volt output for the
a/c blower on the back of the fusebox is missing. I suspect
a break in continuity ie bad solder or broken circuit. I
already opened it up to show a startling array of resistors,
etc. Any good ideas? Jagbo
91 XJ6, 93 Sov, 97 Sov – Driveway’s crowded!
Tampa Fl, United States
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