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Jaguar XF display screen flickering / flashing

 
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Old 01-20-2019, 11:11 AM
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Originally Posted by jagqueen View Post
Just had mine fixed.It was flashing on and off as described for a number of days, then would be ok for maybe a week.
Was diagnosed as a faulty Navigation unit, which has been replaced with a second hand unit.
Hopefully all will be sorted now!
Where is located the navigation unit?
 
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Old 01-20-2019, 03:35 PM
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The navigation unit is in the boot, behind an access panel on the left hand side, near the top.
 
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[QUOTE=jaguarxfv8;799831]No it wasn't flood damaged I bought it brand new in 2009. but I live in north canada and the winter are rough (under 50 degrees) and with all the snow my boots bring into the car it's possible it had soak the mat floor.

i found out my bluetooth module has a fuse burnt, so it might be why I have a problem and that my display screen had fault.
I bought a new one, we'll see if it fix my problem.[/QUOTE
where is the fuse located, #???
 
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Deleted. Already answered above.
 

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Originally Posted by jaguarxfv8 View Post
No it wasn't flood damaged I bought it brand new in 2009. but I live in north canada and the winter are rough (under 50 degrees) and with all the snow my boots bring into the car it's possible it had soak the mat floor.

i found out my bluetooth module has a fuse burnt, so it might be why I have a problem and that my display screen had fault.
I bought a new one, we'll see if it fix my problem.[/QUOTE
where is the fuse located, #???
fuse box in the trunk right side.
 
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Originally Posted by rockytt View Post
So - had a spare hour (finally!) and a fiber optic bypass loop and started playing today.
Got down to the metal Sirius module underneath the plastic BT module.
Unplugged the FO cable and could see red light in one of the ends (good news).
Plugged in the bypass loop and looked up and my screen - no more flickering(!)

I'm irrationally optimistic that this pretty definitively calls out the Sirius module as bad/dead and the good news is that they are pretty cheap on the 'bay.

Last dumb question of the year: Since I never use Sirius radio, is there any harm in just leaving the loop bypass in place? Is there anything else that won't function? (Ok, that was 2 dumb questions...)

edit:
So, I put everything back together and left the bypass in place to keep the Sirius module out of the loop - everything works great now, and as a bonus I can now pair my phone for the first time -
I am having the same issues and do not use the situps module. Where can I purchase a bypass loop?
 
 
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