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Kia Sportage Third generation (SL) - (2011-2016) - Service and Repair Manual / Body Electrical System / Multifunction switch / Specifications, Components and Components Location | Repair procedures

Specifications

 Specifications

Components and Components Location

Components and Components Location

 Component (1)

<Installation order: A→B→C→D>

<Installation order: ABCD>

  1. Steering column shaft
  2. Lighting switch
  3. Wiper and washer switch
  4. Screw
  5. Clock spring

 Component (2)

Lighting (13 pin)

Lighting (13 pin)

  1. Tail lamp switch
  2. Lighting switch GND
  3. Auto light switch
  4. Head lamp switch
  5. Fog lamp switch base
  6. Front fog lamp switch
  7. -
  8. Head lamp low
  9. Head lamp high
  10. Dimmer switch base
  11. Turn signal left
  12. Turn signal base
  13. Turn signal right

Wiper & Washer (14 pin)

  1. Mist switch
  2. Wiper parking
  3. Wiper low speed
  4. Intermittent volume base
  5. Intermittent time base
  6. Rear wiper switch
  7. Intermittent rear wiper switch
  8. Intermittent wiper switch
  9. Wiper high speed
  10. IGN2 (front washer & wiper)
  11. Front washer switch
  12. IGN2 (rear wiper & washer)
  13. Rear washer switch
  14. -

Repair procedures

Removal

1. Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal.

2. Remove the steering column upper and lower shrouds (A) after removing 3 screws.

NOTE

NOTE

Take care not to damage and scratch the shrouds and its related parts.

Take care not to damage the hook when removing the upper and lower shrouds.

3. Disconnect the light switch connector (A) and the wiper switch connector (B).

4. Remove the wiper switch (A) by pushing the lock pin (B).

4. Remove the wiper switch (A) by pushing the lock pin (B).

NOTE

When removing the wiper & washer switch only, release the lock of wiper switch without removing the steering wheel.

5. Remove the steering wheel.

5. Remove the steering wheel.

(Refer to the ST group - "Steering column and shaft")

6. Remove the clock spring.

(Refer to the RT group - "Airbag module")

7. Loosen the 2 screws from the multifunction switch assembly (A).

Installation

Installation

1. Install the multifunction switch.

2. Install the clock spring and steering wheel.

3. Install the steering column upper and lower shrouds.

4. Install the steering wheel.

 Inspection

Lighting Switch Inspection

1. With the multi function switch in each position, make sure that continuity exists between the terminals below.

If continuity is not as specified, replace the multi-function switch.

Lighting switch (Auto Light)

Lighting switch (Auto Light)

Lighting Switch

Lighting Switch

Dimmer And Passing Switch

Dimmer And Passing Switch

Turn Signal Switch

Turn Signal Switch

Front Fog Lamp

Front Fog Lamp

Wiper And Washer Switch Inspection

Wiper And Washer Switch Inspection

1. With the multi function switch in each position, make sure that continuity exists between the terminals below.

If continuity is not as specified, replace the multi-function switch.

Wiper Switch

Wiper Switch

Washer Switch

Washer Switch

Rear Wiper Switch

Rear Wiper Switch

Rear Washer Switch

Rear Washer Switch

Inspection (With GDS)

Inspection (With GDS)

1. Check BCM input/output specification of multifunction switch using the GDS. If the specification is abnormal, replace the lamp or wiper switch.

2. If diagnosis is required on the multifunction switch select model and "BCM".

3. Select "Current data" and check the input/output condition of

3. Select "Current data" and check the input/output condition of "Multifunction switch".

4. To perform test on "Multifunction switch" outputs, select "Actuation

4. To perform test on "Multifunction switch" outputs, select "Actuation test".

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