Nissan Forum banner
1 - 2 of 2 Posts

· Sentra Specialist
Joined
·
1,897 Posts
This is a common problem. The part at fault is the headlamp switch. Remove the phillips head screws from the two piece plastic column covers and take them off. Two more phillips head screws, one connector, and the bad switch will be in your hand. It's that easy.
 

· Sentra Specialist
Joined
·
1,897 Posts
Originally posted by SunDog :
Thanks, blownb310, for your reply!

So, it's the headlamp switch. What do you mean by the "two piece plastic column covers"? Are these around the steering column? I need to drive down to where I have the car for sale and take a look. Also, do you know how much a new switch costs? If it is too expensive, maybe I can go to a junkyard and pull on...I'll have to bring my meter to test it though...
*****The steering colomn covers are in two pieces, an upper and a lower. The screws go in from the bottom. I have no idea what a new switch costs. That is something I would get cheaply from the junkyard. I wouldn't bother checking it, you'd be there forever. Just put it in. If it's no good [I doubt it though], the junyard will give you another one. Call your local dealer anyway. maybe it's cheap enough to buy new. Cheers.
 
1 - 2 of 2 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.
Top