Citroen Xsara 2004 indicator stalk/switch problem
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    Default Citroen Xsara 2004 indicator stalk/switch problem

    Hi there,

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    Did anyone here have/had indicator/light stalk problem on Xsara series II that switches lights itself on/off while driving. There is also low beam light blinking on instrument cluster at the same time. This would stop if I turn the switch first step and turn sidelamps on and drive like that. Is this the problem with indicator or something else? This also stops if you touch the switch but only for a short time. I guess buying second hand switch would be risky move and new one probably costs a fortune since they would sell complete assembly behind steering wheel.

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    It's just the COMM2000 fault, in one form. New is affordable if you don't buy from the dealers.

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    I have to ask what COMM2000 is and how much is it to buy? Thanks

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    It's the maker's name for the all-in-one headlight/blinker/wiper unit with optional extra stalks for radio controls and cruise.

    The early ones were prone to erratic behaviour due to internal failings.

    Here's a good example of a replacement part on offer: Xsara Indicator Light Wiper Stalk Switch Comm 2000 +Fr Fog 42F0 C99 | eBay You need to use your VIN to identify compatible part numbers.

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    They cant be just simply repaired?

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    Not easily. They have electronic and mechanical components and are discussed in detail at COMM 2000 An Inner look. There are people in England who can repair them.

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