How install the original fog lights for suzuki forenza 2006
I buy a new set of original fog lights for my forenza 2006,the dealer only sell lights with bulb without wires,they said I can find it in other auto part,but I can found the socket or plug for the bulb. I want to know the car is prewired to install the fog lights. thanks
Re: how install the original fog lights for suzuki...
Possible solution, but when i first bought my '05 i took it in for the mischevious airbag light... I was told i needed my coolant and tranny fluid flushed and they did from what I remember 2/3's on both for 150.
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if it is antifreeze your water pump is leaking and there's a recall on some of these from the Suzuki call dealer give Vin number to check they will replace free and new antifreeze and they will check for leaks free
buy, sell, stuck on? , diagnose, scan tool for ... ask a full question. did you read the operators guide, yet? its free at all suz dealers. if you still find a dealer, (chapter 11) But if serious, alldata.com has this info on line a near FSM for this car. read it. its complex and needs careful attention. or buy the FSM on feabay, read that chapter and then ask quesitons.
2006 SUZUKI FORENZA RECALLS/DEFECTS & PROBLEMS
Access the National Highway Traffic Safety database of 2006 SUZUKI FORENZA recalls and defects found on 2006 SUZUKI FORENZA automobiles. The National Highway Traffic Safety administration is authorized to order the 2006 SUZUKI FORENZA manufacturers to recall and repair vehicles or parts of motor vehicle equipment when its investigation indicates that they contain serious safety defects in their structure, or performance.
Check with your loacol suzuki for recall not sure on this part but it is a common problem
Go to oemsuzukiparts.com---they have every oem part since they apparently are a dealership that sells very inexpensively yet original parts online. I have used them to buy struts, rear headlights and transmission range selector switch with no problems.
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.