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BY APPOINTMENT TOHER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH IIMANUFACTURERS OF DAIMLER AND JAGUAR CARSJAGUAR CARS LIMITED COVENTRYBY APPOINTMENT TOHER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETHTHE QUEEN MOTHERMANUFACTURERS OF DAIMLER AND JAGUAR CARSJAGUAR CARS LIMITED COVENTRYBY APPOINTMENT TOHIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALESMANUFACTURERS OF DAIMLER AND JAGUAR CARSJAGUAR CARS LIMITED COVENTRY2.0L/2.5L/3.0LElectrical Guide2.5L & 3.0L – 2001.5 Model Year;2.0L – 2002.25 Model YearPublished by Parts and Service CommunicationsJaguar Cars LimitedPublication Part Number – JJM 10 38 20 / 22

Jaguar X-TYPE 2.0L/2.5L/3.0LTable of ContentsTable of Contents: Figures . 2 – 3Abbreviations and Acronyms . 4Introduction . 5Component Index . 6 – 9User Instructions . 10 – 11Symbols and Codes . 12 – 14Network Configuration . 15Relay and Fuse Location . 16Fuse Box Connectors . 17Main Power Distribution . 18Harness Layout . 19Ground Point Location . 20Control Module Location . 21Control Module Pin Identification . 22 – 27Electrical Guide Figures and Data . follows after page 27(pages are numbered by Figure number)Appendix (CAN and SCP Messages) . follows Figures and DataDATE OF ISSUE: December 20011

Table of Contents: FiguresJaguar X-TYPE 2.0L/2.5L/3.0LFIGURESFig.Description01Power DistributionFig. 01.1 .Fig. 01.2 .Fig. 01.3 .Fig. 01.4 .Fig. 01.5 .Fig. 01.6 .Main Power Distribution .Battery Power Distribution .Ignition Switched Power Distribution: I (Accessory) .Ignition Switched Power Distribution: II (Run) .Ignition Switched Power Distribution: Battery Saver .Engine Management System Switched Power Distribution .02Battery; Starter; GeneratorVariantAll VehiclesAll VehiclesAll VehiclesAll VehiclesAll VehiclesAll VehiclesFig. 02.1 . Battery; Starter; Generator: 2.5L & 3.0L . 2.5L & 3.0L VehiclesFig. 02.2 . Battery; Starter; Generator: 2.0L . 2.0L Vehicles03Engine ManagementFig. 03.1 .Fig. 03.2 .Fig. 03.3 .Fig. 03.4 .Engine Management: 2.5L & 3.0L – Part 1 .Engine Management: 2.5L & 3.0L – Part 2 .Engine Management: 2.0L – Part 1 .Engine Management: 2.0L – Part 2 .04Transmission2.5L & 3.0L Vehicles2.5L & 3.0L Vehicles2.0L Vehicles2.0L VehiclesFig. 04.1 . Automatic and Manual Transmissions: Early Production . 2.5L & 3.0L VehiclesFig. 04.2 . Automatic and Manual Transmissions: Later Production . All Vehicles (Later Production)Fig. 04.3 . Automatic and Manual Transmissions: Later Production VIN D15361 . All Vehicles (Later Production)05ChassisFig. 05.1 . Anti-Lock Braking . 2.5L & 3.0L ABS VehiclesFig. 05.2 . Dynamic Stability Control . DSC VehiclesFig. 05.3 . Anti-Lock Braking / Traction Control . 2.0L ABS/TC Vehicles06Climate ControlFig. 06.1 . Manual Climate Control System; Glass Heaters . Manual Climate Control VehiclesFig. 06.2 . Automatic Climate Control System; Glass Heaters . Automatic Climate Control Vehicles07InstrumentationFig. 07.1 . Instrument Cluster . All VehiclesFig. 07.2 . Audible Warnings . All Vehicles08Exterior LightingFig. 08.1 . Exterior Lighting: Front – Autolamps .Fig. 08.2 . Exterior Lighting: Front – Non Autolamps; .Exterior Lighting: Front – Daytime Running Lamps .Fig. 08.3 . Exterior Lighting: Rear .Fig. 08.4 . Exterior Lighting: Rear – European Trailer Towing .Fig. 08.5 . Exterior Lighting: Rear – U.K. Trailer Towing .Fig. 08.6 . Exterior Lighting: Rear – NAS Trailer Towing .Fig. 08.7 . Headlamp Leveling .09Autolamp VehiclesNon Autolamp Vehicles;Daytime Running Lamp VehiclesAll VehiclesEUR Trailer Towing VehiclesU.K. Trailer Towing VehiclesNAS Trailer Towing VehiclesHeadlamp Leveling VehiclesInterior LightingFig. 09.1 . Interior Lighting . All VehiclesFig. 09.2 . Dimmer-Controlled Lighting . All Vehicles10Steering; Mirrors; HeatersFig. 10.1 . Variable Assist Steering; Electrochromic Rear View Mirror . All VehiclesFig. 10.2 . Door Mirrors: Movement, Fold-Back . All Vehicles2DATE OF ISSUE: December 2001

Jaguar X-TYPE 2.0L/2.5L/3.0LFIGURESFig.Description11Seat SystemsTable of Contents: FiguresVariantFig. 11.1 . Powered Seats: 8-Way Movement . 8-Way Powered Seat VehiclesFig. 11.2 . Powered Seats: 2-Way Movement . 2-Way Powered Seat VehiclesFig. 11.3 . Seat Heaters . Heated Seat Vehicles12Door Locking; SecurityFig. 12.1 . Central Door Locking: Double Locking . Double Locking VehiclesFig. 12.2 . Central Door Locking: Non Double Locking . Non Double Locking VehiclesFig. 12.3 . Security System . All Vehicles13Wash / WipeFig. 13.1 . Wash / Wipe System . Non Rain Sensing VehiclesFig. 13.2 . Wash / Wipe System with Rain Sensing . Rain Sensing Vehicles14Powered Windows; Sliding RoofFig. 14.1 . Powered Windows: LHD . LHD VehiclesFig. 14.2 . Powered Windows: RHD . RHD VehiclesFig. 14.3 . Sliding Roof . Sliding Roof Vehicles15In-Car EntertainmentFig. 15.1 . In-Car Entertainment: Standard . Standard ICE VehiclesFig. 15.2 . In-Car Entertainment: Premium . Premium ICE Vehicles16TelematicsFig. 16.1 .Fig. 16.2 .Fig. 16.3 .Fig. 16.4 .Fig. 16.5 .Fig. 16.6 .Fig. 16.7 .Telephone System: ROW .Telephone System: NAS .Telephone System with Voice: ROW .Telephone System with Voice: NAS .Voice Control System .Navigation System (except Japan) .Navigation System: Japan .17Occupant ProtectionROW VehiclesNAS VehiclesROW VehiclesNAS VehiclesVoice Only VehiclesNAV Vehicles except JapanJapan NAV VehiclesFig. 17.1 . Advanced Restraint System . All Vehicles18Driver AssistFig. 18.1 . Parking Aid System . Parking Aid Vehicles19AncillariesFig. 19.1 . Ancillaries: Horn, Cigar Lighter, Accessory Connectors,Garage Door Opener . All Vehicles20Vehicle Multiplex SystemsFig. 20.1 .Fig. 20.2 .Fig. 20.3 .Fig. 20.4 .Controller Area Network .Standard Corporate Protocol Network; Serial Data Link .D2B Network: Part 1 .D2B Network: Part 2 .DATE OF ISSUE: December 2001All VehiclesAll VehiclesAll VehiclesAll Vehicles3

Abbreviations and AcronymsJaguar X-TYPE 2.0L/2.5L/3.0LThe following abbreviations and acronyms are used throughout this Electrical Guide:A/CA/CCMABSABS/TCAPP SENSORAPP1APP2AUTOB BANK 1BANK 2CANCKP SENSORCMCMP SENSOR / 1CMP SENSOR / 2D2BDSCECMECT SENSOREFT SENSOREGT SENSOREOT SENSOREVAP CANISTER CLOSE VALVEEVAP CANISTER PURGE VALVEFTP SENSORGECMGPSHIDHO2 SENSOR 1 / 1HO2 SENSOR 1 / 2HO2 SENSOR 2 / 1HO2 SENSOR 2 / 2IAT SENSORICEIMT VALVE / 1IMT VALVE / 2ICIP SENSORKSLHLHDMAF SENSORMANMAP SENSORN/ANASPATSPWMRHRHDROWSCPTCMTP SENSORTP1TP2TURNTVV6VEMSVICSVVT VALVE / 1VVT VALVE / 2 ve–ve–ve BUS4Air ConditioningAir Conditioning Control ModuleAnti-Lock BrakingAnti-Lock Braking / Traction ControlAccelerator Pedal Position SensorAccelerator Pedal Position Sensor Element 1Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor Element 2Automatic TransmissionBattery VoltageRH Cylinder Bank (Cylinders 1, 3, 5)LH Cylinder Bank (Cylinders 2, 4, 6)Controller Area NetworkCrankshaft Position SensorControl ModuleCamshaft Position Sensor / Bank 1Camshaft Position Sensor / Bank 2Fiber Optic NetworkDynamic Stability ControlEngine Control ModuleEngine Coolant Temperature SensorEngine Fuel Temperature SensorExhaust Gas Temperature SensorEngine Oil Temperature SensorEvaporative Emission Canister Close ValveEvaporative Emission Canister Purge ValveFuel Tank Pressure SensorGeneral Electronic Control ModuleGlobal Positioning SystemHigh Intensity DischargeHeated Oxygen Sensor – Bank 1 / UpstreamHeated Oxygen Sensor – Bank 1 / DownstreamHeated Oxygen Sensor – Bank 2 / UpstreamHeated Oxygen Sensor – Bank 2 / DownstreamIntake Air Temperature SensorIn-Car Entertainment SystemIntake Manifold Tuning Valve / TopIntake Manifold Tuning Valve / BottomInstrument ClusterInjection Pressure SensorKnock SensorLeft HandLeft Hand DriveMass Air Flow SensorManual TransmissionManifold Absolute Pressure SensorNormally AspiratedNorth American SpecificationPassive Anti-Theft SystemPulse Width ModulatedRight HandRight Hand DriveRest of WorldStandard Corporate Protocol NetworkTransmission Control ModuleThrottle Position SensorThrottle Position Sensor Element 1Throttle Position Sensor Element 2Turn SignalTelevisionV6 EngineVehicle Emergency Message SystemVehicle Information Control SystemVariable Valve Timing Valve / Bank 1Variable Valve Timing Valve / Bank 2PositiveNegativeCentral Junction Fuse Box Ground BusDATE OF ISSUE: December 2001

Jaguar X-TYPE 2.0L/2.5L/3.0LIntroductionElectrical Guide FormatThis Electrical Guide is made up of two major sections. The first section, at the front of the book, provides general information for and aboutthe use of the book, and information and illustrations to aid in the understanding of the Jaguar X-TYPE electrical / electronic systems, as wellas the location and identification of components.The second section includes the Figures, which are the basis of the book. Each Figure is identified by a Figure Number (i.e. Fig. 01.1) andTitle, and is accompanied by a page of data containing information specific to that Figure.It is recommended that the user read through the front section of the book to develop a familiarity with the layout of the book and with thesystem of symbols and abbreviations used. The Table of Contents should help to guide the user.Vehicle Identification Numbers (VIN)VIN ranges are presented throughout the book in the following manner: VIN 123456 indicates “up to VIN 123456”;VIN 123456 indicates “from VIN 123456 on”.Jaguar X-TYPE Electrical System ArchitecturePower SuppliesThe Jaguar X-TYPE electrical system is a supply-side switched system. The ignition switch directly carries much of the ignition switched powersupply load. Power supply is provided via three methods: direct battery power supply, ignition switched power supply, and “Battery Saver”power supply. The “Battery Saver” power supply circuit is controlled via GECM (General Electronic Control Module) internal timer circuits.Refer to Figure 01.5 for circuit activation details.Fuse BoxesThe electrical harness incorporates a hard-wired Power Distribution Fuse Box in the engine compartment and a serviceable Central JunctionFuse Box in the front left-hand foot well. All fuses and relays (except the trailer towing accessory kit) are located in the two fuse boxes.Vehicle NetworksThe Jaguar X-TYPE employs three different networks: a CAN (Controller Area Network) for high-speed powertrain communications, an SCP(Standard Corporate Protocol) network for slower speed body systems communications, and a D2B (Optical) Network for very high-speed“real-time” audio data transfer. The D2B Network is a fiber optic network with a gateway to the remaining vehicle networks via the AudioUnit (Radio Head Unit). Technician access to the three networks and the Serial Data Link is via the Data Link Connector.Ground StudsCircuit ground connections are made at body studs located throughout the vehicle. There are no separate power and logic grounding systems;however, there are a certain number of components that use unique ground points.X-TYPE INSTRUMENT PANELDATE OF ISSUE: December 20015

Component IndexAccessory Power Relay . Fig.Active Security Sounder . Fig.Air Conditioning Blower Relay . Fig.Air Conditioning Blower Relay . Fig.Air Conditioning Compressor Clutch . Fig. Fig.Air Conditioning Compressor Clutch Relay . Fig.Air Conditioning Control Module (Automatic, Panel) . Fig. Fig. Fig.Air Conditioning Control Module (Manual, Panel) . Fig. Fig. Fig.Air Conditioning Control Module (Remote) . Fig. Fig.Air Conditioning Pressure Sensor . Fig. Fig.Air Temperature Blend Actuator . Fig. Fig.Airbag Deactivated Indicator Lamp – Passenger . Fig.Ambient Temperature Sensor . Fig.Antenna Module . Fig. Fig.Anti-Lock Braking System Control Module . Fig. Fig.Anti-Lock Braking / Traction Control Control Module . Fig. Fig.APP Sensor . Fig.Audio Control Switches . Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig.Audio Unit . Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig.Autolamps Sensor . Fig.Automatic Transmission . Fig. Fig. Fig.Battery Saver Relay . Fig.Battery . Fig. Fig. Fig.Blower (Automatic) . Fig.Blower (Manual) . Fig.Blower Series Resistor . Fig.Brake Cancel Switch . Fig. Fig.Brake Fluid Switch . Fig.Brake On / Off Switch . Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig.Brake Pressure Sensor . Fig.6Jaguar X-TYPE 03.103.303.405.105.205.308.308.408.508.605.2Cabin Accessory Connector . Fig.Capacitor (ABS / DSC / TC) . Fig. Fig. Fig.Caravan Connector . Fig.CD Autochanger . Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig.Cellular Phone Control Module . Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig.Central Junction Fuse Box . Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig.Cigar Lighter . Fig. Fig.CKP Sensor . Fig. Fig.Clutch Cancel Switch . Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig.Clutch Pedal Safety Switch . Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig.CMP Sensors . Fig. Fig.Cooling Fans . Fig. Fig.Cooling Fan Module . Fig. Fig.Curtain Airbag Igniters . Fig.Data Link Connector . Fig. Fig.Defrost Door Actuator . Fig. Fig.Dip Beam Relay . Fig. Fig. Fig.Discharge Temperature Sensor . Fig. Fig.Door Courtesy Lamps . Fig.Door Latch Assembly – LH Front . Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig. Fig.

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