Jaguar XJ Fuse Box Diagram [X350; 2004-2010]

The Jaguar XJ (X350) is a luxury sedan that was produced from 2004 to 2010. It is known for its luxurious interior, powerful engine, and sleek design. Like all vehicles, the Jaguar XJ has a fuse box that protects the electrical system from damage.

This blog post will provide you with a comprehensive guide to the Jaguar XJ fuse box diagram. We will cover the location of the fuse boxes, the amperage ratings of the fuses, and the corresponding electrical components that each fuse protects.

By the end of this blog post, you will have a complete understanding of the Jaguar XJ fuse box diagram and you will be able to troubleshoot any electrical problems that you may encounter.

Jaguar XJ Fuse Box Diagram (Engine Compartment)

The place where the fuse box is situated is within the engine area on the right-hand part, next to the container for the windscreen washer fluid. You can take off the cover of the fuse box by pressing down on the spring lock and raising it up.

Fuse NumberFuse Amp. RatingProtected Components
F15APetrol: Front ignition, UHEGO, fuel pump, rear ignition relay coils;
Diesel: Fuel pump, rear ignition relay coils
F210APetrol: Throttle
F430APowerwash pump
F5Not used
F640AAir suspension compressor
F740ARight-hand front screen heater or wiper park zone heater
F820APetrol: Right-hand low beam;
Diesel: EMS, VBR’s, PCV and VCV
F920A/15APetrol: Left-hand low beam (20A);
Diesel: EMS, cooling fan, MAFS, IPDA, Glowplug module, AEM’s (15A)
F1015A/20APetrol: Horns (15A);
Diesel: Right-hand low beam (20A)
F11Not used
F1210APetrol: Engine control module, WT solenoids
F1310APetrol: Fuel injectors (10A);
Diesel: Left-hand low beam (20A)
F1410APetrol: Purge valve, EGR valve, DMTL, V6 intake manifold tuning valves (IMTV), MAFS, air filter solenoid, radiator fan controller
F15Not used
F1620ARight-hand high beam, left-hand high beam
F1710AEngine control module, transmission control module
F1815AFront fog lamps, instrument panel front fog status
F1925AStarter solenoid
F2040AABS module (pump)
F21Diesel: FFH Battery +
F2220AABS module
F23Not used
F2420APetrol: Intercooler water pump (supercharged engines)
F2515ADiesel: Horns
F2640AWiper system, front electronics module (FEM)
F275APetrol: Secondary air injection;
Diesel: EMS Battery +
F28Not used
F29Not used
F3015APetrol: Ignition coils
F31Not used
F3240ALeft-hand front screen heater
F3330APetrol: A bank heated oxygen sensors
F3430A/10APetrol: B bank heated oxygen sensors (30A);
Diesel: Auxiliary water pump (10A)
F3580ARadiator cooling fan

Jaguar XJ Fuse Box (Passenger Compartment)

You’ll find the cabin fuse box tucked away behind the trim panel on the right side of the footwell. To get to it, simply tug down on the lower part of the trim panel as indicated by the arrow, move the panel down a bit, and then take it off to access the fuse box.

Fuse Number Fuse Amp. RatingProtected Components
F110AClimate control unit, fan, screen heaters and wiper relay coils, smog sensor
F25ACruise control switch, adaptive cruise control
F35ARear outer seat, electrochromic mirror, driver seat heater, electric parkbrake, left-hand and right-hand HID lamps levelling, left-hand and right-hand seat belt switches, passenger seat heater switch, rear seat heater switchpack
F45AInstrument panel
F5Not used
F6Not used
F75ACigar lighter, sunroof module, sunblind motor, electric parkbrake switch illumination, accessory relays (luggage compartment fuse box)
F85AInstrument panel
F910ALeft-hand direction indicator and door mirror repeater
F1010AGlove compartment door motor and lamps
F115ARadio muting (engine start), ignition feed
F1210AFront electronic module (FEM), passenger mirror
F1320ARear electronic module (REM), door locks
F1410AClimate control, footwell lamps, FEM, autolamp module
F155AECM, FEM, instrument panel airbag fault lamp, instrument panel ignition (run/start)
F165ADiagnostic connector
F175AABS module
F18Not used
F195AIgnition relay, ECM, REM, fuel pump relay, start relay
F205ATelephone transceiver, TV module, VICS (Japan), voice module, rear telematics
F2120APassenger’s ventilated seat
F22Not used
F23Not used
F245APATS transponder
F2510ARight-hand direction indicator and door mirror repeater, right-hand front lamp, left-hand and right-hand sunvisor lamps, left-hand and right-hand sidemarkers
F2615AScreenwash pump
F2710AACC module
F2810AClimate control modules (front and rear), driver’s door module (DDM)
F2910AAirbag module, occupancy sensing module, passenger weight sensor, PAD lamp
F3020ADriver’s ventilated seat
F3115ASunroof, phone transceiver
F325AFront/rear parking aid, trailer tow module, battery-backed sounder, voice module, telephone receiver
F335ATransmission control, J-gate, alternator
F345ANavigation system, remote power amp
F3510APassenger seat movement
F3640APassenger seat movement, DSM
F3725ADriver window
F3815ARadio head unit
F395ATransit relay (removed before customer delivery)
F4010ASecurity LED, yaw rate sensor
F4120AIgnition switch
F4210AFEM, REM, DDM, EPB logic
F435ADiagnostic connector
F445ABrake switch
F4510APassenger seat movement
F4625APassenger window
F475AInstrument pack
F4820AInstrument pack (steering column tilt and reach)
F4940ADriver seat movement

Jaguar XJ Fuse Box (Luggage Compartment)

You can find the fuse box in the back storage area, right beside the battery. To get to the fuse box, just open up the floor panel in the storage space. Taking off the cover of the fuse box involves unclipping the holding clips and lifting the cover in an upward direction.

Fuse NumberFuse Amp. RatingProtected Components
F1Not used
F2Not used
F3Not used
F4Not used
F540APassenger seat switchpack
F610AAccessory connector
F740AFront blower motor
F810AFleater circuit water pump
F925ARear seat motors
F10Not used
F115ARear footwell lamps, grab handle lamps, overhead console map lamps
F1210AAir suspension
F1320ARear seat entertainment
F14Not used
F155ARight-hand stop and tail lamps
F1610ALuggage compartment lamps, driver seat switch pack, rear switch seat pack, blower motor relay coil
F1710ALeft-hand rear fog, direction indicator and reversing lamps
F1810ANumber plate lamps, side marker lamps
F1930AHeated rear window
F2010AHeated door mirrors
F2125ARear seat motors
F2210AAccessory connector
F23Not used
F2425AFuel pump driver module
F2515AFront accessory socket
F2615ARear accessory socket
F2710ARear CD
F2825ALeft-hand rear window
F295AVICS (Vehicle Information and Communication System) – Japan only
F3010AAlternator, battery-backed sounder, transit relay
F3140APassenger front seat
F3230AElectric parkbrake actuator
F3320ARear electronic module (fuel pump)
F3430APower amplifier
F35Not used
F36Not used
F3710ATPM System Battery +
F38Not used
F3915AGateway module
F4025ARight-hand rear window
F41Not used
F42Not used
F4315ARear cigar lighter
F4415AFront cigar lighter
F45Not used
F4610ARight-hand rear reverse, direction indicator and fog lamps
F4720AFEM, front seat heater
F485AHigh mounted stop lamps
F495ALeft-hand stop and tail lamps
F50Not used
F5110ANavigation system
F5220AAir suspension
F5320ARear fan motor
F5415AHeated steering wheel
F555ATPM System

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