Question about Opel Combo
2004 opel combo van heater switch needs replacing
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Open the ashtray, and grab the bottom of the bezel. Its only clipped in, so give it a yank and the bezel will come off. Unplug the connectors and replace your switch.
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
I'd replace blower resistor, usually found under hood on firewall on passenger side, or on duct work, inside under dash on passenger side,close to blower motor.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
The switch doesnt need replaced, it is most likely the Resistor for the blower motor. They are common for burning up and only the high speed will work.,
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
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For this repair you will need a 6mm Allen key or socket, long no. 1 phillips screwdriver, 24mm socket with extension and ratchet handle and a T20 Torx driver or socket.
Park the vehicle and make sure the front wheels are straight and the steering wheel centred. Remove the negative battery terminal (make sure you have the radio code first!). Loosen the two 6mm Allen bolts on the back of the steering wheel and CAREFULLY remove the airbag by pulling straight out on the orange connector on the back of the airbag. Always store the airbag, when removed from the vehicle, with the side facing the driver in the UP position, preferably out of the vehicle.
Loosen and remove the 24mm nut in the centre of the steering wheel. Make note of the position of the wheel relative to the steering shaft with a marker or scribe. Do not remove the steering wheel from the shaft as yet. Next remove the two phillips screws from the recess holes in the bottom steering column cover. Loosen the locking handle under the steering column to allow it to drop down and with the handle still loose, remove the Torx bolt from the centre of the lower cover. Next, remove the upper steering column cover and disconnect the two wiring connectors that come from the back of the steering wheel. With those two wires disconnected, remove the steering wheel by pulling it straight off towards you. Place the steering wheel on a bench or other flat surface so the wiring and connectors are not damaged.
Remove the three small phillips head screws from the lower steering column cover that were behind the steering wheel and carefully pull the cover free around the ignition tumbler. You now have access to the turn signal, headlamp and wiper switches. Be careful when removing electrical connectors and be sure to note the position of all screws and other fasteners.
Reinstall in the reverse order and follow procedure for entering radio code and resetting auto down feature on LH and RH front windows.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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