Golf mk4 1999 model. how do i replace the fan or heater switches bulb. you no where, the u switche the fan on, i mean if u want the air to be hot or cold, u no that switch u turn. the light inside is gone. so at night when u turn ur light on that switches light doesnt come on. so i want to no what bulb fit and how to take the whole place off and replace the bulb. thank u
You will need a pliers . put a piece of light cloth over the top of the pliers and then gently but firmly grab the speed controller switch,( the cloth is to try to reduce marks) pull this switch towards you, its a little tight but it does come off, behind this is your bulb, you now need a long nosed pliers and a steady hand as you can brake the bulb, the bulb also pulls straight out . remember to replace like with like . hope this helps.
Apparently, this problem you are experiencing is quite common in VW MK4 Golfs, it's not the bulb but the lighting connection behind your switch. If you bang the right hand side sides your gan controls your fan lights should appear again. Sounds crazy but it's true. I know few people with VW Golf who have this problem.
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do you mean the fan or the temp selector, , ?If temp gauge/selector go under the dash on top of heater core box or on the side will be a lever on older cars it was cable operated newer cars vacuum, try moving the lever by hand, vacuum line may be broke or module may be bad, thats why its not closing .
Behind the center knob for the heater controls there is a single small bulb that lights the whole heater control.
Move the switch to the vertical position, move the gear shift out of the way(shift to D or 1 with engine off, and set the parking brake). Use a pair of pliers with a rag to protect the knob and pull the center knob out. The bulb is directly behind it. The best way to remove and replace the bulb is with a piece of rubber vacuum hose. Gently push the hose over the bulb, then pull, the bulb should come out stuck in the hose.
You can install the same way, push the bulb in, then gently pull and twist the hose to release.
Be careful to align the bulb to its socket. If the knob is vertical the taper of the bulb base should also be vertical.
Then just push the knob back on, remembering that it is aligned to a vertical position.
Need more info on the mirror light. You mean the light in the mirror switch?
this sound like the fan motor itself. remove the blower fan from the car(its on the passenger side below the glove compartment) and bench test it to see if its straining or maybe something jamming it. not uncommon to get a bunch of leaves in there or i have seen nests once or twice.
Underneath the glove compartment on the passenger side is a cover which must come off,2 plastic screws holding this cover.Underneath you will find a 5 pin connector[big plug] connected to a white connector in the blower fan housing.This is called the fan resistor which controls the blower fan speed.Unclip the resistor out the housing and renew.Your problems should be solved..regards
What usually happens is the bulb goes out, or falls out. Switch the fan speed to #2 position and wiggle the knob a little as you pull it straight off. It might fight you and you might have to use both hands, no joke. Once off take a look in the heater control and you'll see the little bugger. I think 1/4" vac line can squeeze onto the bulb to ease removal
It`s the reverse light switch under the bonnet had to replace it on my 16v t reg corsa costs about 8-£10 and comes off easily because it`s just a bolt with electricals leading to the back lighting. This happens on every Corsa. Let me guess Your Heater control lights and fan swich lights have gone too on the interior. Any problem corsa related, been there done it.