Check if activation of AUX is possible in your car.
AUX activation is possible in Jaguar XK/XKR cars manufactured from 2006 to 2010 with VIN numbers ending in B00001 – B32752.
For cars with different VIN numbers, this function will be absent in the dealer software.
To activate the AUX option, you will need a fully charged battery. The JLR SDD software will simply not allow modifications if the battery voltage is below 12.5 V.
In addition to a fully charged battery, it is highly advisable to connect both the battery and the laptop used for the firmware update to a charger.
Under no circumstances should you allow a situation where the laptop shuts down or there is a loss of power from the battery!
!Attention! If you do not understand what you are doing, entrust the work to a service center. By proceeding, you agree that I am not responsible for any potential bricking of your car when using this instruction.
Ensure that you have the latest version of JLR SDD installed and that it has internet access to download the necessary firmware files.
Connect the scanner to the diagnostic port and launch JLR SDD.
The connection is as follows:
Remove the IP061 connector from the stereo and insert it into the adapter from the Jagaux installation kit. Then, insert the adapter back into the stereo.
Connect the ‘C’ wire to the red and white wire on the IP087 connector. This wire is responsible for controlling the steering wheel buttons.
Connect the ‘P’ wire to the black and white wire on the IP009 connector (auxiliary power socket). This way, Bluetooth will turn on and off with the ignition.
Ensure that all wires are correctly connected.
The ‘C’ wire connects to the module’s 3.5mm jack marked with ‘C’.
The ‘B’ wire connects to the module’s 3.5mm jack marked with ‘B’.
The ‘P’ wire connects from the opposite side of the module.
If you don’t have a built-in Bluetooth, you can install the microphone (included with the module) and use the Jagaux module for hands-free calling. The microphone connects to the 3.5mm jack with a pink color.
The remaining empty 3.5mm jack connector can be used for connecting any wired device as an AUX.