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Anytime you are working on the steering wheel or steering column, the battery should be disconnected and the power drained from the car. If a wire is shorted in the air bag circuit the bag could deploy. Even if the ignition is turned off. The standard procedure is to leave the door open and disconnect the battery, then wait 5 or 10 min to drain power from the car.
coulb be the control switch on your panel you can take the door panel off and check for loose connections and try to test for continuity. if you dont know how take it to a shop and have them diagnose the electrical. im quite sure it the switch that burnt out
TO SYNCHRONIZATION REMOTES WHEN REPLACING BATTERIES,STAND 5 FEET OF THE VECHICLE.PRESS REMOTE TRANSMITTER LOCK AND UNLOCK BUTTONS SIMULTANEOUSLY FOR 7 SECONDS.HORN SHOULD CHIRP TO CONFIRM SYNCHRONIZATION.
The fan or the relay or the wiring may be bad.
Usually the fan wears out and needs to be replaced and is located at the firewall in most cases.
In some cases the relay is also burnt out or needs to be replaced.
Put an 18mm, or whatever size is correct, socket on 1/2" drive bar, or ratchet , and put it securely on nut in center of tensioner pulley. Standing in front of car, you need to pull it upward, with bar on right side, or from passenger side, pull toward you with bar pointing upward. If no socket, try a long wrench same size that will fit on nut good & snug, be sure in each case to pull as straight as possible to avoid wrench slipping off.
I am describing the procedure for the "On/Off" switch, I did not try the one you mention. Buy the switch anywhere ( about $15 ), then use a sharp tool ( small knife, screwdriver, anything ) to gently pry the old one from its socket. It is not glued or screwed in or anything, just squeezed tightly in the socket. Once the switch is out, pull the cable, connect it to the new one, insert back in the socket and press gently. No force necessary, it comes out easily.