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Jag x type indicator's stopped working also hazards fuse seems

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jag x type indicator's stopped working also hazards fuse seems to be ok which if relay would control it or cartridge fuse in engine bay or would it be in glove box help please
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Jaguar
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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
continue with question which relay controls electrics to lights or fuse
Expert:  Ross replied 2 years ago.
Hi my name is***** am a diagnostic technician and look forward to working with you.Apologies for the delay in getting to your question! The hazard/indicators are controlled via the central multi function control module. This module contains the Indicator/hazard control unit. It is not a conventional relay type as it forms part of the multiplex system (communication network between control units)As all of these are monitored by the central controller, I recommend if not already done that a diagnostic scan is carried out which can read the central control module for fault codes. Often this can be caused by another part of the system going down which is often pinpointed on a diagnostic scan.The fuse for this circuit is Fuse 25 in the under bonnet fuse box (15Amp) Please see attached diagram for location.With regards ***** ***** to find the control module, It is located on the drivers side under the dashboard. If the fuse is OK This will most likely be a failure of the control unit, Unfortunately this would need to be replaced or repaired as the indicator/hazard function is not a relay, it is an integral part of the circuit board within the control module.I have also attached a diagram of the location of this control module. Please ensure the correct fuse has been checked before suspecting the control module. Please feel free to ask if you have any further questions, if your happy with my answer please don't forget to provide a rating, thanks, Ross.