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Lights on Heater Switchs/Knobs.

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by darrenp, Jan 10, 2006.

  1. darrenp

    darrenp Member

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    Hi,
    Recently the lights on my heater switches went out (1999 TDI). This happened before and I changed the bulb and all was well. This time it is not the bulbs. I thought that maybe the fuse but all the other lights around the dash are still on - do the lights on these swiches have a fuses of their own?

    One thing to note is that when I noticed they went down I turned the knobs and they came on and turned them again and they went out again and havent came on again since.

    Has anyone else experienced this?

    Thanks
    Darren
     
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  3. Charlies604

    Charlies604 Member

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    A sharp hit on the side of the console may help!
    Mines doin it at the moment. When i turn the lights on i have to hit the side to get the heater lights to come on.
    think theres a loose wire. But im not sure how easy it is to take it all apart!
     
  4. darrenp

    darrenp Member

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    Its a headache taking it apart. The first time I changed the bulb I took it all apart - but this time I changed the bulb by pulling off the knob and then using hair tweezers to remove and replace the bulb - much handily!

    I'll try the hard knock to the side of the console to see what happens!!!
     
  5. Phantom_A4

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    Definetely a loose connection there hehe!
     

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