This relay is only sold at authorized Suzuki dealers.<br />156700-2480 is a number printed on the side of the relay. <br />The Suzuki part # is 38860-76F01<br />This # supersedes the earlier part #<br />There are 5 or more relay's of the same part # in the main fuse box, each relay operates one or more of these components, A/C , Radiator Fan , Fuel Injection , Horn , Tail
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Ed, Check the attached links,instruction and guides on A/C seal replacement. Good luck
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Never replace just one spark plug even those with ignition modules on each plug wire and not a separate external ignition coil. The ignition coils for 99.9% of Asian vehicles are made by Global Denso. Do not buy these std parts from your Hyundai dealer as they mark them up, 2.5X the mfr's price. Buy them from your local auto parts store and specify DENSO. I don't knwo what year your car is, but replacing the Oxygen Sensors in a vehicle of more than 6 years old will improve your mileage too. The O2 sensors are installed on the exhaust pipes both before and after the catalytic converter (sometimes on the exhaust manifold) and for your car, are also made by DENSO.
Try to check the electric relay for the A/C system and clean the relay terminals!
By using the same type of relay/ buy a new one, try to interchange the A/C relay untill the system works!
The rear hatch switch could have been shorted and kept on sending signal to the solenoid to open the door!
better yet, if u have a friendly tech that might check everything in ur car!
You will have to buy a new navigation unit @ about $2,000. I have a 2006 Sienna XLE Limited with Navi. Mine broke by having no display, had a clicking noise, and the lights would come on and off about every 5 seconds. www.radiomedics.com told me they found the problem with the toyota navigation units (they had seen a lot of them) and could fix them for around $300 if Denso (the co. who makes the units) would sell them the part. But Denso will not sell the part so we are forced to buy a used unit (who knows how long that will last) or new. Toyota reliability, yeah right.
Could be the relay. The relays are in a black rectangular box on the right, when facing the open engine compartment. Lift the lid on the box and you will see several relays. The lid shows which is which. Swap the AC and the horn relays. If that was the problem, your AC will work, but the horn may not. Buy a new relay at Kragen for about $10.
Check your fan relays by swapping them with known working relays of the same type. If the fans start to run, you'll have to buy a couple new relays. Your owner's manual should tell you which relays are the low and high speed fan relays.
I had the same problem, and then I figured it out. I unhooked the dvd rom opened up the unit and noticed there were resistors on the board which were burned out and the inside of the housing showed slight signs of oxidation. I came to the conclusion that since the unit was mounted in the trunk the unit malfunctioned from water intrusion or moisture, which shorted out the board. Now I'm searching the web to see if I can find a Denso repair facility.