Question about 1990 Suzuki Swift
I have a 1990 Suzuki Swift. Recently the driverside headlight burned out, so I had it replaced (not the first time doing this). Within 24 hours both of my headlights stopped working and the highbeam indicator on my dash is constantly illuminated. All other interior and exterior lights are functional. When I checked the bulbs, the one that was replaced looks fine, but the passenger bulb looks like it is full of foam/cotton. Have checked the headlight fuses inside the car and both look fine, have replaced the passenger headlight with a new bulb with no change. Have also removed the bulb from the driverside and no change either. Am at a loss as to what could be causing the problem, and don't really want to take it to a garage if it is something simple and can be fixed by myself.
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Have you checked to see if this is a wiring problem or maybe a relay problem?
Recently my lights would work on side lights and not anything else and this was down to dodgy wiring and needed a new relay unit.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
Hi,i have a problemh with gare box for my suzuki swift 1996.reg no is p476kov,when i change the gare from first in to the second makes a loud noise,could you help me and advice me how to solve this problem,and if the gare box is broke can u give an estimate price,thanks
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
At the rear of the headlight under the hood, you will see the nylon bulb holder. Squeeze the tab to unlock it, and turn it counterclock wise. Pull it out, and, with out touching the bulb with naked fingers, pull the old bulb out, and put the new one in. The natural oil on your fingers, the stuff that makes finger prints, will cause the bulb to fail prematurely, so, use a paper towel or gloves to handle the new bulb.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
open the hood and look for the rear side it will be a coupler turn type deal ..twist it out and remove old bulb and re-installation is reverse procedure
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
Assembly removal is easy. In fact, because of the problem you encountered--getting that stupid retention spring off, I recommend removal of the entire housing. The two 10mm bolts on top of the headlight housing are the most obvious, but not so is the 10mm retaining nut near the bottom rear of the assembly. If it is the driver's side, you can remove the windshield washer fill tube to gain easier assess to the nut, or just work around it, up to you. The passenger side is a bit harder....you actually need to remove the air filter housing to gain access to the nut. Remove the air filter to see the bolts--remove and pull housing out. Hope this answers your question.
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
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