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Interior light switch (front door switches)
Hi I was wondering if anyone knows where the interior light/door switches are on the front doors of a MK1 berlingo (are they inside the door trim and operated by the door catches ?) The red light on dash stays on think its the drivers door switch thats faulty or sticking but just wanted to find out where the switches were before I strip the door panel off.
Anyone have any answers?

I always thought it was down the section where the door bolts onto the body, but im not entirely sure on that model.

See position 10. Switch should be on the door hinges support (or column-i don't know how to say it in English).

[Image: intlights.jpg]

Thanks for your reply PK7478.Mine is diffrent from that maybe mine is a MK2 not sure.
Anyway I stripped it the door down yesterday and it is part of the door lock, the door lock looks like a central lock in unit (looks quite expensive ) but it only has 2 wire going to it.I took it apart but it is well glued together and not designed to come apart ! Mnged to get it working in the end though.
Attached a photo.Don't know why the can't just use the above set up as I am sure the normal type switch would be cheaper.
[Image: 2rg292q.jpg] p.s. not figured out how to make the picture a bit smaller!Huh
Ali, as of yet, we do not have any picture resizing tools installed, i dont think we need yet.

Instead, please use the following code around the picture:


p.s - the pic is not showing up at the mo.

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