After I changed the battery, My windows and turning signal and power locks wont function. Neither will the radio ask for the code. The sunroof is fully functioning, all fuses have been checked. What do I do?
I have a Verona and have had all of these issues. The radio not working is a security feature, there should be a white plastic credit card looking thing in your glove box that has a security code for the radio, type it in and the radio will function again (if your card is gone, contact a suzuki dealer). If the power locks/windows and turn signal all stop working, check for a small row of fuses (4 or 5 of them) located under the steering wheel, particularly a 5 amp one, check to see if it blew when you changed (or jumped) the battery. Hope this helps =)
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Sounds like the wire you used for power was oon the circut for all those other things, or if you pulled the fuse box down to hook radio up through the fuse box, you may have grounded out some wires, or knocked them loose. Use a test light or voltmeter and make sure you have power at the fuse box for wiper,dashlight, trunk release, door lock fuses.
Start with a new brake light switch that is located along the brake pedal.It was a good call to relace the multifuction switch the light do go through that switch. Now to the door lock in order to turn on the radio. you have to hold it down when you are pressing the switch down and the radio turn so some one borrowed power to that circuit and that is our clue. This is all related. You may still have a aftermarket alarm that is still attach inspect and remove it if is installed.Look under the dash at the steering column
It sounds like the alternator is weak or has gone bad, if you can jump start it take it to your local auto parts store and have them test alt/charging system. Lights & fans don't draw that much power but windows and locks require more. Sounds like you've been running on battery power from 12/8
Possibly bad wiring with the tow package added on. Almost like it was not installed properly or that the lines where crossed or it was setup to a wrong fuse and it is popping eveything and making this happen
the starter relay is on a module conected to the radio relay....the starter must be cold when starting or it will not start in this problem on this vehicle....in other words you have a bad starter relay.:)