[xj40] XJ40 88 radio wiring diagram

Dear Fellow Enthusiasts,

I have removed the Jaguar radio from a '88 Sovereign. I
wish to know the 12v+ wire, the earth wire, and the wires +
and - for the left and right speakers. The other wires are
unimportant.

Yours sincerely,

Peter Parsons. Corwnall UK.–
peter Parsons
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In reply to a message from peter Parsons sent Sat 4 Jun 2011:

I compiled this a long while ago.
I believe it is what you need :-

XJ40 1988 / 89 / 90 Radio Wiring

B32 is the 3-way connector,
B33 is the 15-way connector.

Service : Wire colour : connector/pin #

From fuse C2 : Brown/white : B32-1
From radio Relay : Light Green/orange : B32-2
[Pin 3 of the connector B32 goes directly to earth on a
Black wire]

B33-1 Not Used
Microprocessor : Light Green/black : B33-2
Inst Pack lighting : Yellow/blue : B33-3

RHR Door speaker : Pink/yellow : B33-4
Common, RH door speakers : Pink/light green : B33-5
RHF Door speaker : Pink/white : B33-6

RH Bass speaker : Pink/orange : B33-7
RH Bass speaker : Pink/red : B33-8

LHR Door speaker : Red/brown : B33-9
Common, LH door speakers : Red/green : B33-10
LHF Door speaker : Red/white : B33-11

LH Bass speaker : Red/purple : B33-12
LH Bass speaker : Red/light green : B33-13

B33-14 Not Used
B33-15 Not Used–
The original message included these comments:

I have removed the Jaguar radio from a '88 Sovereign. I
wish to know the 12v+ wire, the earth wire, and the wires +
and - for the left and right speakers. The other wires are
unimportant.


Bryan N, '91 Sovereign 4.0 L, RHD
Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
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In reply to a message from peter Parsons sent Sat 4 Jun 2011:

Peter…

I don’t know if you noticed it when you removed your radio, but on
my 1989 it had a huge flat braided grounding wire going from the
back of the radio chassis to the car. I have no idea why they used
such a big ground.–
Groove
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In reply to a message from peter Parsons sent Sat 4 Jun 2011:

Thank you gentlemen for replying to my query regarding the
wiring of the '88 XJ40 radio cassette unit. It is
interesting to see that there is a separate feed to the bass
units which suggest that a filtered audio supply is made to
the main speakers as well as to the bass units.

The heavy earth strap is certainly a hindrance for anyone
wishing to steal a unit.

Yours sincerely,

Peter Parsons.–
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