there are buttons on the face of the radio itself that are numbered 1 thru 5, and your car would have come from the factory with a 5 digit radio code, if you can locate the small book that is for the radio someone should have made a record of it on the inside cover, otherwise there is no way of putting the code in unless you already have the 5 digit number, the number was given to the original owner in the form of a card for a wallet from what I hear.
I install a new starter and lost my radio, and i have no code4 it, I have a 1995 XJ6 can anyone help
Bring your VIN and ID to Jaguar dealer (parts) and ask for the radio code.
Turn the key to acc to allow the radio to come on, wait for it to display CODE, and then enter your 4 didgit radio code. If you make a mistake, turn the key off and on, and try again. If you make 5 mistakes, turn the key on to acc, wait 1 hour, and it will reset.
You have to call the dealer and give them your VIN each car is unique. or get Jaguar radio codes online at: http://www.radionavicode.ivgsoft.com/
If it's the same as a 1994 XJ6, there is a code under the bonnet on the driver's side (at the top when open). Enter the last 4 digits. If there's no sticker, you need to remove the radio to get the serial number, and contact a dealer.
Yes XJS wheels will fit XJ6; I know for a 1987 Jaguar but not sure about any other years I have run XJS wheels on my 1987 XJ6
Any Jaguar Dealership should be able to get the code for you, but they will probably make a charge to do so, and they will probably want to see documents to prove that you own the car (and therefore the radio in it) to show that you are not dealing with a stolen radio from someone elses car.
Apparently there is a white sticker on the under side of the bonnet on the driver's side that looks like a bar code (so I'm told). The last 4 digits are the code for the radio. Our car doesn't have the sticker so it hasn't helped us.
There is a plastic card in the owner's manual with the 4 digit radio code. Turn on radio, enter code and it will reset and play. If you cannot find the card, try to conmtact prior owner. If no luck, contact service department where car has been repaired and they should have it in their computer. After that, email vin # to Jaguar corporation and see if they have it. Note Often you will find it written on a piece of paper stuck to the underside of you engine hood. It is a 4 digit code. Be careful entering the code as you will only get 3 chances, It will then lock you out for 24 hours before you can try again.
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can you clarify the question. Do you mean the radio will not power up or if it does is it looking for a Code? If it's looking for a code check to see if the 4 digit code is written on a piece of paper stuck to the underside of the engine bay hood. Other wise you will have to get it for a Jag dealer providiing you have the VIN and proof of ownership
I had a similar problem when I purchased a second hand stereo for my Jag but the code that was given was wrong. I contacted a car audio firm and they decoded the radio for me at a cost of around
A code 37 on a Jaguar XJ6 means either your EGR solenoid or EGR valve is bad. Most of the time the valve is simply stuck open and it is a very easy fix.
I own a 91' XJ6 also and i believe when that code comes up it is as simple as your gas cap not being on all the way
a problem with the throttle potentiometer
mass air flow bad
In 1990-1994 XJ6 the VCM Code 44 is the code for the O2 sensor, either rich or lean exhaust has been detected and is causing the code to trigger. It could indicate a bad O2 sensor.
Code fuel 1 would indicate Oxygen sensor. A good information source is the Haynes Manual Jaguar XJ6 1988-94. Good luck.
If the radio is a factory install, then it is connected w/ the alarm, changing it requires some technical advice
On a 1990 thru 1994 XJ6 it means the Idle Speed Control Valve (coil 2) has an open or short circuit
coolant temp sensor fault
i just bought a 1997 xj6 and you just have to hard wire it like i did There is a Utube answer to this on the eBay item 150516946047 and if that has expired look up the seller kevinuk1 and check what he has for auction and you will find it in the description
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