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Hello friends,

My turning lights are not working and after digging up and ordering the wrong light, I have found out that I need to replace the whole console.
Problem is I can only find the consoles for pre-face lift versions.
Any leads on where to buy the right console? See image attached
 

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Hello friends,

My turning lights are not working and after digging up and ordering the wrong light, I have found out that I need to replace the whole console.
Problem is I can only find the consoles for pre-face lift versions.
Any leads on where to buy the right console? See image attached
Any links where to buy??

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Hello friends,

My turning lights are not working and after digging up and ordering the wrong light, I have found out that I need to replace the whole console.
Problem is I can only find the consoles for pre-face lift versions.
Any leads on where to buy the right console? See image attached
I don't quite understand what isn't working?
Is it your direction indicators that don't work?
Please elaborate.
 

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I don't quite understand what isn't working?
Is it your direction indicators that don't work?
Please elaborate.
Yes the direction indicators. Though when i lock using the key remote, they light up.

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Ok, the the alarm unit bypass both the hazard light switch and the steering column switch unit.
So your observation mean the wiring to the bulbs are ok.
You can see in the attached wiring diagram.
M30 is the alarm unit, H5 is the steering column switch unit and H20 is the hazard light switch
Are you sure the error is caused by a faulty hazard light switch?
It could also be the steering column switch or the wiring to H5 and H20
 

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Ok, the the alarm unit bypass both the hazard light switch and the steering column switch unit.
So your observation mean the wiring to the bulbs are ok.
You can see in the attached wiring diagram.
M30 is the alarm unit, H5 is the steering column switch unit and H20 is the hazard light switch
Are you sure the error is caused by a faulty hazard light switch?
It could also be the steering column switch or the wiring to H5 and H20
I think it's the hazard light switch. It doesn't have the click for on or off. Additionally the A.C. switch too sometimes just changes it's self. The temperature will simply go high without being touched. That is why I am convinced it's the unit that is faulty.

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Ok, the the alarm unit bypass both the hazard light switch and the steering column switch unit.
So your observation mean the wiring to the bulbs are ok.
You can see in the attached wiring diagram.
M30 is the alarm unit, H5 is the steering column switch unit and H20 is the hazard light switch
Are you sure the error is caused by a faulty hazard light switch?
It could also be the steering column switch or the wiring to H5 and H20
Hello Henrik,
I bought the center temperature console replaced it and the hazard lights still failed. Looks like we have to start looking at the switch or the relay!
Question is, where do I find the relay?!

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The relay is part of the stalk unit (H5)
If you look at the wiring diagram and find H5 the symbol to the left in H5 that look like a pulse is the electronic relay.

When you turn on the ignition there will be 12V on pin 2 on the A connector on the hazard switch.
If the hazard light isn't enabled, the 12V will run through the hazard switch to pin 3 and to pin 7 on the D connector (H5)
When you turn on either direction indicator the output of the pulse relay will be grounded through the indicator bulbs and the pulse relay will put 12V on the output for a certain period and you indicators are blinking

To debug you first need to check if 12V is present at pin 7 on the D connector.
If 12V isn't present at pin 7 on the D connector but is present at pin 3 on the A connector on the hazard switch you have a broken wire between the hazard switch and the stalk unit

If 12V is present the switch or the pulse relay in stalk unit is broken.

I don't know if the pulse relay can be replaced or you need to change the complete unit.
I will do some research at come back to you.
 
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