1987 560sl 100k miles, 1987 300sdl 195k miles
Ive tested the motor and it works, and so does the mast. So it must be the switch. How do I get access to take the switch out and clean it?
MKUltra said:The switch isn't on the part of the dash with the a/c controls
ussun said:If the switch is on the dash you use a small screw driver on the the sides squease in to the switch a little. and out it comes.
Usually I'm able to just push the switch over to one side with my finger and get it to release the opposite side.I would pull the glove box liner, stick my hand around the corner and push the switch out from the back. I am afraid of chipping the clear coat on the wood trim using a hard metal tool. Our cars, like it or not, is more that 20 years of fun in the sun. The clear coat could be very brittle.
Getting it back in place without some kind of resistance from the back side is hard. In my car the wiring is not long enough so once the switch was out the harness dropped back inside.
Could be a common ground, or a common power, or a connection in series(sic).So if i am understanding this correctly, there are four prongs on the switch, but only three female parts on the connector?
which hole should the connector go into then, since there is two empty spots