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Headlight problem suzuki forenza 2005 low beam headlight and day running lights no working fuses and relay are ok.

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You probably need a new combination switch, located in the steering column, integrated into the control lever for lights. Remove airbag (if you have one) and then pull off steering wheel to access switches. We bought ours at you-pull junkyard, but I believe AutoZone also carries them for far less than dealer price.

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