Jaguar Repair Problems? Ask a Jaguar Repairs Expert.
Yes this very well could be as sometimes there is an issue with water under the driver seat getting into those modules. It also could be a battery issue as low voltage can be the cause. I also recommend we check some fuses. Please check fuse #26 (15 amp) and #27 (10 amp) in the rear fuse box in the trunk and fuse #30 (10 amp) in the central junction box in the passenger side kick panel. Let me know,
Ok then we could have a problem with a number of modules for that system. On these sometimes water can leak into the vehicle and collect under the driver seat causing the issue.
Are all the modules re installed? Any damage to the wire harness and cables for those modules?
For the audio modules that link harness should be able to be replaced. We need to start with getting that module powered up. For the other side that is the tire pressure module and that pin will need to be replaced and the rest of the connectors checked as more wires may b corroded and damaged.
Yes replace all those damaged modules and the wire harness. The modules under the driver seat are for the audio/infotainment system. The module under the passenger seat is for the tire pressure monitoring. Once all the damaged parts are replaced the system should work unless there are other issues.
This should get the screen working so we should be able to get to the climate screen however there is another seperate climate module on the side of the heater box.
Yes those relay spots are open. Did you replace that damaged harness.