Peugeot 405 Manual

Switches - removal and refitting
Body electrical system / Switches - removal and refitting


Ignition switch/
steering column lock
1 Refer to Chapter 10.

Steering column
combination switches
Models up to 1992
2 Remove the steering column shrouds, as described in Chapter 11.

3 Working under the switch, unscrew the two screws securing the switch to the steering column bracket (see illustration).

4.3 Steering column combination switch screws (arrowed) - models up to 1992
4.3 Steering column combination switch screws (arrowed) - models up to 1992

4 Withdraw the switch, and disconnect the wiring connector(s). Note the routing of the wiring to aid refitting.

5 Refitting is a reversal of removal, ensuring the wiring is routed as noted before removal.

Models from 1993
6 Proceed as described previously for models up to 1992, but note that the securing screws are accessed from the front of the switch (see illustrations).

4.6a Remove the securing screws . . .
4.6a Remove the securing screws . . .

4.6b . . . and withdraw the steering column combination switch - models from
4.6b . . . and withdraw the steering column combination switch - models from 1993

Radio/cassette player remote control and cruise control stalk switches
7 Remove the lower steering column shrouds as described in Chapter 11.

8 Remove the securing screws, and withdraw the switch from the column shroud.

9 Disconnect the wiring plug(s) and remove the switch.

10 Refitting is a reversal of removal; to refit the steering column shroud, see Chapter 11.

Facia-mounted
pushbutton switches
Models up to 1992
11 Use a small flat-bladed screwdriver at the sides of the switch to release the plastic retaining tabs, then carefully prise the switch from the facia (see illustration).

4.11 Removing a driverТs side faciamounted switch - models up to 1992
4.11 Removing a driverТs side faciamounted switch - models up to 1992

12 Disconnect the wiring plug and withdraw the switch.

13 To refit, reconnect the wiring plug, then push the switch into position in the facia.

Models from 1993
14 Proceed as described previously for models up to 1992, but note that the securing clips are released by prising at the top and bottom of the switch (see illustration).

4.14 Prising out a facia-mounted switch - models from 1993
4.14 Prising out a facia-mounted switch - models from 1993

Headlight beam
adjustment switch
Models up to 1992
15 The switch is integral with the adjustment mechanism. Refer to Section 8 for details of how to remove the mechanism.

Models from 1993
16 Carefully prise the switch from the facia panel using a small screwdriver (take care not to damage the trim), then disconnect the wiring plug and withdraw the switch.

17 Refitting is a reversal of removal.

Heater blower motor switch 18 The switch is integral with the heater control panel, and cannot be renewed separately. Removal and refitting details for the heater control panel are given in Chapter 3.

Centre
console-mounted switches Front switches
19 Prise out the trim panel from the bottom of the oddments tray below the handbrake lever (see illustration).

4.19 Prise the trim panel from the bottom of the oddments tray . . .
4.19 Prise the trim panel from the bottom of the oddments tray . . .

20 Prise off the switch trim panel (see illustration).

4.20 . . . then prise off the switch trim panel . . .
4.20 . . . then prise off the switch trim panel . . .

21 Prise the switch from the centre console, and disconnect the wiring plug (see illustration).

4.21 . . . and remove the switch
4.21 . . . and remove the switch

22 Refitting is a reversal of removal.

Rear switches
23 Prise the rear ashtray from the centre console.

24 Prise off the switch trim panel (see illustration).

4.24 Prising off a rear centre console switch trim panel . . .
4.24 Prising off a rear centre console switch trim panel . . .

25 Prise the switch from the centre console, and disconnect the wiring plug (see illustration).

4.25 . . . for access to the switches
4.25 . . . for access to the switches

26 Refitting is a reversal of removal.

Door-mounted switches
27 Prise the switch from its location in the door, and disconnect the wiring plug.

28 Refitting is a reversal of removal.

Courtesy light switches
Door-pillar-mounted switches 29 Open the door, then prise the rubber gaiter from the switch (see illustration).

4.29 Rubber gaiter pulled back to expose courtesy light securing screw
4.29 Rubber gaiter pulled back to expose courtesy light securing screw (arrowed)

30 Remove the securing screw, then carefully withdraw the switch from the door pillar. Disconnect the wiring connector as it becomes accessible, bearing in mind the danger of losing the wiring connector (see Haynes Hint).

31 Refitting is a reversal of removal, but ensure that the rubber gaiter is correctly seated on the switch.

Roof panel-mounted switches 32 The switches are integral with the lights, and cannot be renewed separately.

Luggage compartment
light switch
Saloon models
33 Open the boot lid.

34 The switch is located in a bracket at the rear of the boot, and is operated by the boot lid hinge.

35 Release the clips, and pull the switch from the bracket (see illustration).

4.35 Removing the luggage compartment courtesy light switch - Saloon model
4.35 Removing the luggage compartment courtesy light switch - Saloon model

36 Disconnect the wiring plug and withdraw the switch.

37 Refitting is a reversal of removal.

Estate models
38 The light is operated by a tilt-sensitive switch fitted inside the tailgate.

39 Open the tailgate.

40 Remove the screws, and withdraw the plastic trim panel from inside the tailgate.

41 Working around the edge of the carpeted trim panel, release the securing clips, ideally using a forked tool to avoid breaking the clips.

Withdraw the carpeted panel.

42 Remove the screw securing the switch to the tailgate. Where applicable, recover the lockwasher (see illustration).

4.42 Luggage compartment courtesy light switch screw (arrowed) - Estate model
4.42 Luggage compartment courtesy light switch screw (arrowed) - Estate model

43 Disconnect the wiring plug and withdraw the switch.

44 Refitting is a reversal of removal.

Map reading light switch 45 The switch is integral with the light, and cannot be renewed separately.

Electric sunroof switch
46 Carefully prise the blanking plate (fitted next to the sunroof switch) from the centre console (see illustration).

4.46 Prise out the blanking plate . . .
4.46 Prise out the blanking plate . . .

47 Reach in through the aperture left by removal of the blanking plate, then push out the switch and disconnect the wiring plug (see illustration).

4.47 . . . then prise out the sunroof switch
4.47 . . . then prise out the sunroof switch

48 Refitting is a reversal of removal.


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