Seat Leon >> Assembly overview - interior monitor

Lights, bulbs, switches - interior

  1. - Alarm horn - H12-
    • Removal and installation
  2. - Bracket for alarm horn - H12-
    • Retaining nuts, 7 Nm
  3. - Nut
    • 7 Nm
  4. - Individual sensor for interior monitor (left-side)
    • Can only be renewed together with anti-theft alarm sensor - G578-
    • Removal and installation
  5. - Individual sensor for interior monitor (right-side)
    • Can only be renewed together with anti-theft alarm sensor - G578-
    • Removal and installation
  6. - Front roof module - WX3-
    • Removal and installation
  7. - Anti-theft alarm system sensor - G578-
    • Removal and installation
  8. - Button deactivation of interior monitor and vehicle tilt - E616-
    • Removal and installation
  9. - Onboard supply control unit - J519-
    • With central locking and anti-theft alarm system aerial - R47-
    • Assembly overview
  10. - Bracket/bearing/support
    • for the onboard supply control unit

Alarm horn - H12- : removing and fitting

Removing

  • Switch off ignition and all electrical consumers.

Vehicles without access and start authorisation system

  • Remove ignition key, if fitted.

Vehicles with access and start authorisation system

  • Store the ignition key outside the vehicle to prevent the ignition from being switched on unintentionally.

Continued for all vehicles

  • Remove plenum chamber cover.
  • Remove nut -1-.
  • Remove the alarm horn -2- from the bracket.
  • Pull out the plug -3-.
  • Remove the alarm horn -2-.

Installing

Installation takes place in reverse order.

Lights, bulbs, switches - interior

    Removing and installing anti-theft alarm sensor - G578-
    Removing Switch off ignition and all electrical consumers. Vehicles without access and start authorisation system Remove ignition key, if fitted. Vehicles with access and start authorisa ...

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