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  1. Hi all, I've now found the time to put together another guide for my Nissan Micra K12. A while after purchasing the car I realised that the interior light did not work when the switch was in the door activated position. The light worked when switched to the manual on position. I thought at first that the pressure sensors in the door lining that may be cause. But I thought I would check the light cluster first. So I decided to take a look at the light cluster unit and found that the problem was simply the connection pins were not making a full contact with the brass ring on the switch connection arm. So if your interior lights are not working or partially not working then this may be the reason. The connection pins seems to move away over time so simply bending them back into place is enough to fix this problem. One clue to a connection problem is that the switch will be loose in certain positions. Once fixed the switch button is firm again. I've put together another guide on my website at: http://www.limecove.co.uk/nissanmicrak12/nissan-micra-k12-interior-light-removal-and-fix.html Thanks, Chris
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