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I have a 2006 with a similar problem. Apparently there is a good chance, with Suzukis, of blowing the main fuse at the battery. Also have read about another fuse block under the steering column, not identified in the manual, check those fuses. My problem developed when I jumped the battery and lost all the items you listed plus the radio. Should here from mechanic today if problem resolved
look under the hood under the steering wheel their is small panel to driver side where you put your left foot take the small panel out sometime their u find fuses or to the right of the car passenger side where the passenger puts his right foot check their manufacturers like to hide the fuses
There are 2 fuse boxes. One is under the hood, in a black box just behind the battery. The second is to the left and below the steering wheel, behind the dashboard panel. There are two plastic slotted fasteners that hold this dash panel in place. Use a nickel and turn each one 1/4 turn to the left. The panel is hinged on the bottom.