Question about 2006 Suzuki Forenza
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: head light replacement
Hi, I have done this many times before for my 2006 Suzuki Forenza. You will need a 10 milimeter socket wrench for the top two nuts and a 8 milimeter socket wrench for the nut located directly behind the highbeam light. After removing the nuts carfully tilt the head light upward and wiggle out. After moving it halfway, disconnect the two wires connected to the housing. Be careful not to scratch the trim located around the grille. The bulb has a rubber gasket over it. Remove turning counter clockwise. Then, with your index finder slightly push the metal bracket holding the bulb in place down and then release. Install a new bulb making sure not to touch the glass part of the bulb. Reinstall the rubber gasket and carfully put the light housing back into the car. Line up all holes before attempting to replace the nuts. Do not tighten them too much. Only until they are slightly snug. This housing is plastic. So be carful. Then you are finally done. One thing to remember. It's usually better to replace both headlights at the same time for optimum performance. If cost is a factor, one can be done, but you will notice a difference in brightness.
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
SOURCE: 2006 suzuki forenza
The gear-shifter solenoid or brakelight switch has failed.
To check the brakelight switch, start the car and step on the brake. If the brakelights don't come on, the switch is faulty. You'll find the switch under the dashboard above the brake pedal.
If the brakelights came on, your shifter solenoid is probably bad. In this case, here's a quick-and-dirty fix to get you moving...
Look for a small plastic cover next to the gear shift. Pop this off with a fingernail or small flat screwdriver. There will be a hole beneath the cover. Push a small screwdwiver down that hole untill you feel some resistance. You should now be able to shift out of park.
Be warned...this trick allows a shift even without touching the brake. So get the solenoid fixed as soon as you can.
Good luck !
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
it is a recall item i saw the technical bulletin. the daytime running lights and headlights is a recall too. i had it donw. lights just stop working.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
They have been doing well and there problems are fewer than most. Sounds like you have a pretty good car. Have those trouble codes checked and repaired though so it does'nt cause problems down the road. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
Check if the kill switch is engaged. Check for faulty starter solenoid or disconnected solenoid wire. Check for defective ignition switch. Check for defective starter motor.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
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