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Suzuki Verona: Turn signals, window controls, door locks ,

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Turn signals, window controls, door locks , inoperative on 2004 Suzuki Verona. Possible cause?? All fuses appear to be good.

greasemonkey2386 :

hello, lets get to the bottom of your problem!

greasemonkey2386 :

do you have any tools to check a few things for me?

greasemonkey2386 :

i see there is a technical service bulletin for damaged wiring harness in the left front fender liner, have you heard about that from you dealer?

Customer:

No I have not had the vehicle to a dealer

greasemonkey2386 :

ok, do you feel comfortable checking behind the fender liner for damaged wiring?

Customer:

All fuses have been checked OK

greasemonkey2386 :

the TSB says nothing about blowing fuses, its possible the wires are not shorting out just breaking

Customer:

I am not near the car, I will check wiring later

greasemonkey2386 :

ok, are those the only things that do not work?

Customer:

Yes everything works except turn signals & stop lights.

Customer:

and door locks.

greasemonkey2386 :

window controls?

Customer:

Yes and window controls do not function.

greasemonkey2386 :

i would check that wiring behind the fender liner, i do not see anything between those circuits that is related.

Customer:

OK I shall do that in the morning. Thanks for the info.

greasemonkey2386 :

no problem, let me know what you find

Customer:

OK later, thanks for the info

greasemonkey2386 :

no problem, feel free to rate the service you got tonight, i will still be around to answer any other questions you have regarding this issue

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

greasemonkey2386, Unfortunately your response to my question was not helpful. The problemwas corrected with replacement of a blown fuse that was in a location notmentioned in the Suzuki manual. The fuse for your information is located beneaththe steering wheel.

Ken XXXX

that is very odd, i am glad you got it figured out and it wasn't anything too bad, is there only one fuse under there?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.


Problem corrected by fuse replacement. Fuse is not mentioned in the Suzuki 2004 manual. Fuse is located beneath the steering wheel.


 


 

that is good, is there anything else i can help you with?

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