Usually the ignition switch is removed to replace it, as well as to replace the contact group of the switch or the APS coil
To check the ignition switch, sequentially set the key to the positions at which the circuits indicated in the table should be closed
When the key is set to position “III”, the anti-theft device should turn on.
When the key is turned from position “III” to position “0”, the anti-theft device should turn off.
This can be checked by turning the steering wheel.
When starting again from position “I” to position “II”, the locking is activated.
The key can only be turned to position “II” from position “0”.
If there are defects, replace the contact group or ignition switch.
You will need: hammer, chisel, flat-blade screwdriver.
First of all, disconnect the negative terminal from the battery.
Remove the steering column switches.
Ignition switch mounting bolts with cut heads.
Therefore, we unscrew them with a chisel.
As soon as the bolts are loosened, they can be unscrewed using pliers.
Remove the bracket from the steering column
Remove the ignition switch
Use a screwdriver to pry up the clamp of the APS coil wire block
Disconnect the coil wire block from the APS block wire block
Press the connector lock and disconnect the ignition switch contact block from the wiring harness block
Remove the anti-theft locking rod
Turn the key in the ignition switch
Remove the locking rod drive. Remove the rod spring from the drive
Remove the stopper with the spring
Push the cylinder out of the switch body
Take out the locking ball.
Remove the cylinder from the switch body
Remove the locking ball spring from the hole in the cylinder
Use a screwdriver and disengage the two plastic latches of the wire block cover
Open the connector cover.
Mark the wires located in the block
Use an awl to bend the locking tendrils of the wire lugs
Remove the wires from the connector
Remove the insulating tube from the wires
Use a screwdriver to squeeze the three plastic latches and remove the contact group from the body
We bring out the wires through the holes in the housing
Use a screwdriver to disengage the three plastic latches
Disconnect the contact group
Remove the moving part of the contact group
Press the moving contact and turn it counterclockwise
Remove the moving contact from the body
Remove the contact spring
Pry up the APS coil with a screwdriver
Remove the APS coil.
Assembly is carried out in reverse order
We install the moving part of the contact group so that the wide protrusion of the movable contact is located opposite the protrusion on the cover with the fixed contact
The protrusion on the lock cylinder should fit into the recess on the body of the moving part of the contact group
Key position - Live contacts - Switched circuits
“0”–off - 30 and 30/1 —
“I”–ignition - 30–INT - External lighting. Instrument lighting. High beam headlight alarm
30/1–15/1 - Generator excitation winding. Ignition system. Windshield cleaner. Direction indicators. Reversing light. Control devices
30/1–15/2 - Low and high beam headlights. Fog light. Headlight cleaners. Rear window cleaner. Heated rear window. Washer. Heater fan. Engine cooling fan
“II”–starter - 30–INT - See position I
30/1–15/1 - See position I
30–50 - Starter
“III”–parking - 30–INT - See position I
30/1–P - Parking light