Steering column switches
The car uses two steering column switches mounted on the steering column. On some cars, the sound signal is turned on by the turn signal and headlight switch, and on the part - by the wiper and washer switch
Left turn signal switch
The switch automatically returns to position I or II after the turn is completed. A - non-fixed position of the lever for short-term activation of the direction indicator.
Moving the lever from position I towards you to the unlocked position will turn on the high beam headlights as long as the lever is held in this position.
Audible signal (option 1) is activated by pressing the lever button from any position.
For a switch without a sound signal (option 1), moving the lever towards you (in the direction of the arrow) from position 0 briefly turns on the washer and wiper.
For a switch with a sound signal (option 2), the washer and wiper are briefly turned on by moving the lever away from position 0 (arrow B).
The sound signal is turned on by moving the lever from any position towards you (along the arrow C).
The washer and horn can be turned on at any position of the lever.
Replacing paddle shifters
Remove the steering column covers (see the article - " Removal and steering column disassembly).
1. Using a slotted screwdriver, unscrew the two screws securing the turn signal and headlight switch.
2. We remove the switch and, disconnecting the wires from its terminals, sketch or write down the order of their connection.
You can not record, but, immediately disconnecting the wires one by one, connect them to the new switch.
3. It is best to immediately connect the wires to the new switch. Switches can be changed assembled with wires. To do this, remove the instrument cluster.
Disconnect the plug-in blocks of the corresponding switch
4. We take out the plug through the opening between the instrument panel and the steering column.
The switch for the wiper, windshield washer and horn is replaced in the same way
Hazard switch replacement
Disconnect the battery.
Remove the instrument cluster. (See the article - How to remove and install the instrument cluster of a Gazelle car
From the inside of the dashboard, disconnect the plug from the switch terminals.
1. Push the switch out of the hole with your hand.
2. Install the switch in the following order:
Hold the connector block in front of the hole in the dashboard and insert the switch leads into it.
To check, connect test lamps to the switch in accordance with the diagram.
Turn on the switch by pressing the button. At the same time, the backlight of the switch in the button should be on, as well as lamps 1 and 4.
Turn off the switch, the lamp in the button and lamp 4 should go out, and lamps 1 and 3 should be on.
If at least one of the lamps does not light in the corresponding position of the switch, then the switch is faulty and needs to be replaced
After that, we sink the switch into the hole in the instrument panel until its spring clips snap into place.
Replacing the brake light switch
1. Under the instrument panel, remove the two plugs from the switch outputs
2. Using the “19” key, loosen the locknut.
3. Unscrew the nut with the same wrench
4. Removing the switch
Install the new switch in reverse order. We connect the wires in random order.
Replacing the central light switch
Remove the instrument cluster.
1. Loosen the locking screw with a thin slotted screwdriver and, turning it counterclockwise, remove the switch handle.
2. Using round nose pliers, unscrew the switch mounting nut
3. Remove the switch.
4. We mark the order of connecting the wires and remove their tips from the switch terminals.
Install the new switch in reverse order.
Removing interior and rear fog light switches
Remove the lining of the instrument cluster.
1. We remove the connecting block from the switch terminals (you can leave the instrument cluster for this).
2. Squeezing the latches on both sides, we take out the passenger compartment lighting switch. Similarly, remove the fog light switch
3. The switch can be removed from the panel by prying it out with a screwdriver. This must be done carefully so as not to damage the switch latches.
4. Install the switches in reverse order.