Hi Everyone. I just bought the Signal/Wiper Switch for my Toyota Tercel 91 and I was hoping I could get some direction on how to change it. Websites? Drawings, anything will help. Does the steering wheel need to be completely taken apart? Please let me know. Thank you.
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Re: Headlight/Turn Signal/Wiper Switch Replace
The turn signal switch requires the steering wheel to be removed, you can borrow a steering wheel puller from most any chain parts store like Kragen or Auto Zone to name a few, always disconnect the battery before starting work, also if you have an airbag on the steering wheel you MUST disarm the system before starting work or serious injury can result if it fires. The screws that retain the airbag or horn pad if present will be on the back side of the steering wheel in wells, about an inch deep, most likely they are #2 Phillips.
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This is going to sound like a stupid question, but are you using the turn signal properly? The turn signals are on the left of the steering wheel and wiper controls are on the right side of the steering wheel on you car.
First check your wiper fuse, it is located in your fuse box. The labels of the fuses are all printed on the cover to help and guide what fuses are being use. Note the amperage of each fuse when your going to replace it!
If the right side signals are working properly and you can hear the signal flasher clicking when the right side signals are selected, the flasher is not the problem. Its more likely you have a short to ground in the left side wiring somewhere.
Try this before you pull the dash. Turn the ignition switch on, then, by hand, move the turn signal on an off slowly, while at the same time look under the dash. As the turn signal goes on and off each time you move the handle, you will be able to hear it click. Follow the click and you may find it is within reach without pulling the dash. Bill ASE Master Technician