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Suzuki Verona fuse 5 under steering wheel controls windows and directional

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SOURCE: ignition: key will not turn

Have you tried moving the steering wheel from right to left while trying to turn the key, I know the wheel is locked but it will move slightly, sometimes this allows the key to turn, used it many times on cars with your problem, mostly it works. I would also suggest spraying a little WD40 into the lock cylinder, there may be a stuck lock pin. If all this fails remove the plastic steering column covers and replace the lock assembly, once you get the ****-shell covers off you will see how the whole thing is removed.

Posted on Aug 19, 2008

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SOURCE: Heating in 2004 verona not working

I would check the thermostat first. It sounds like it may be stuck open.
On any of the newer autos pulling the front panel to access the heater controls is a major pain.
Start with the easy stuff first.

Good Luck, Duane

Posted on Dec 23, 2008

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SOURCE: Cruise control,and radio controls on steering wheel, now air bag

The problem is the coiled ribbon contact under the steering wheel (we call it the clock-spring contact) that connects the stereing wheel controls to the steering column wiring harness, this is a printed circuit that is coiled to allow the wheel to move and still have a psychical contact for the wheel switch's and the airbag, anyway replace that contact coil, u must disarm the airbag to do this repair, follow the factory procedure to do this or serious injury can result if the airbag fires.

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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SOURCE: 2004 Suzuki Verona

There is not a fuse for the check engine light.

Posted on Mar 14, 2009

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SOURCE: steering wheel controls

change out the clock spring. i had this happen to me google the lincoln ls clock spring installation and then go to the dealership and purchase the part. it will run you about $138.

Posted on Aug 23, 2009

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My battery went dead in my car, i replaced the battery and now the following items do not work. power windows, power locks, power side mirrors, turn signals, and the intermediate speed on the wipers. all...


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

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After changing battery in 2004 Suzuki Verona key will not open doors, windows will not go up or down turn signals won't work etc. Any ideas?


had the same problem in my 2004 verona.look under your dash below your steering wheel.you will see a small fuse box with fuses on the very bottom of it.look for the yellow 5amp fuse which will be blown.change that baby out with a spare fuse and pow!everything is good again and u didnhave to spend more than 2.00 for a fuse lol.ets get it donelet us check back with us afterwards

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If everything else is working properly, I think you are on the right track with the fuse. On MOST cars the fuse box is under the dashboard but check your owners manual for the location. A diagram is usually on the inside of the cover or the sockets are marked.

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This may sound silly but place the actual key in the drivers door and cycle locked and unlock this should reset the security system.

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because you reversed the polarity you could have blown some fuses check them out and continue. joe

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