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2007 Suzuki When high beams are on the low beams turn off

When I turn on my high beams on my 2007 Suzuki Forenza the low beams turn off... Making it harder to see the things close to you... But you can see far away...How do I stop this from happening?

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Replace the dimmer switch for the headlights.

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This is a recall issue on the 2004-2007 Forenza. You need to contact a Suzuki dealership and they should do the repair for free under the recall. It is a connector behind the dash cluster that melts and causes the low beams to stop working. My girlfriend just had hers do the same thing and we took it in and it was done free of charge under the recall. Hope this helps.

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under the hood is a power distribution box which has relays and fuses in it .. check the lid of this box inside and see if it tells you which one is for low beams and you can switch it with hi beams one to see if this is the problem.. jerry and Holler if you need more.

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