This has been one for me also. I got an entire switch assy for a '97 at a junkyard. Mine only showed a small bit od black at the plub so I replaced just the switch itself because I only had the top two fan speeds although it could be the bottom two or none at all. The problem wasn't the switch, it was the heater resistor located on the blower housing behind the glove gompartment door. It's real easy to get to, just press in the sides of the glove compartment door (their flexible) and the resistor is right there. It's held in with one small screw, just be gentle with the replacement (dealer 33.80) and all the fan speeds are back.
also unless the switch is broken, sometimes you can clean the contacts of the black film that builds up were the switch contacts meet, just remember to put some di-electric grease back on it when your done to prevent corrosion
either a fuse for dash or the light switch
Change blower fan control switch in the dash
It may be the emission system maintenance reminder. there is a switch on the back side of the dash next to the left dash speaker, try changing the position of this switch.
no...maybe brake lamp switch stuck on...look under dash on top of pedal...electric switch...wiggle it while someone watches tail end no...maybe brake lamp switch stuck on...look under dash on top of pedal...electric switch...wiggle it while someone watches tail end
Blinking lights on dash and exterior lights may indicate a bad ground wire or a faulty headlight switch. Both would cause those problems.
under the dash
The speed sensor is a timy magnetic reed switch located inside the speedometer cluster in the dash. The reed switch is magnetically triggered by a magnet that spins in the speedometer cable.
The switch in the dash may have faulted out in the "on" position.
either faulty switch on dash, acutators inside the dash, or broken doors or plastic inside of dash.... common problem on the 2002-2004 or 2005 there was a total dash replacement kit it change out the broken plastic pieces inside the dash
on the dash under directional
Between the dash and the hampsters wheel
how do you replace the ac switch in the dash of a beetle 1999
No. The series 2 and 2a had single speed wipers with the rotary switch in the middle dash. The early series 3 has a single speed rotary switch on the right of the steering wheel, and later ones had a two speed switch. That said - nothing stops you putting a later switch in and using a two speed motor on each wiper arm (series 2 have two motors, series 3 have one and a drive cable.)
In the dash under the glove box
Tracker or Suzuki? There's a switch to change shift points,timing etc to make the car perform better. It's on the shifter base. Push it and the light will go out.
Pull the light switch to the "on" position,then reach up behind the dash board to the back of the headlight switch,which isn't very far up the back of the dash board,feel around on the switch for a spring loaded button on the switch body,push the sring loaded button and pull the switch shaft out. After the switch shaft is out,there is a flat nut with slots cut on the front of it on the outside of the dash holding the switch to the dash board,turn the flat nut CCW to remove the nut. This should release the switch from the dash board,pull switch from the back of the dash,unplug switch.Replace in reverse order.
Check your headlight switch. Sometimes the switch goes bad and the dash lights won't light. Replace the switch for the fix.
Under the dash, either on the pedal arm or the clutch rod.
There is a temp blend door controlled by the temp control switch. The temp blend door is run by an actuator. If this actuator needs replacement it requires removal of the dash assembly (big job).
The light speed dash in not in sonic colors
You need to purchase a replacement dash in a different color.
yes it has one in the wheel and one on the dash board
Under the dash left of steering wheel
on the right side of dash black circle comes out is it
Reach under the dash at the switch. There is a small button on the side of the switch, push it in and remove the light switch knob. The switch is fastened to the dash by the round nut with a slot on each side of it.