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Side mirrors don't move - 2006 Suzuki Forenza

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Change the switch

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    replace the fuse. or do the simple tests. its your choice, guess or test, pick the method you fancy, one take work and time other burns cash.

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Blown fuse?
both mirrors, is bad switch.

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