Question about Suzuki Forenza
Day running lights don't turn off when the engine is switched off. They also turn on at random and run the battery down. For example I drove it to work yesterday and everything was fine. But as I was walking away from the car the DRL's turned off. I checked again about five minutes later and the lights were on again. When I went to start it after work the battery was dead. As soon as I hooked a charge to it the DRL's popped on. After letting the battery charge from the jump vehicle for about 3 minutes my forenza started. What is making my Day Running Lights come on at random?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: DRL is not working
1996-99 GM trucks.There is a diode, located under the dash between the steering wheel and the radio, fastened to the round dash bar. The bolt that holds it on, threads into the top of the bar, it is near impossible to get at with a wrench. It is a finned block of (usaully black) aluminum about 2 inches squared 3 inches long. I found a easy way to get it out. Looking up you will see two tabs bent holding the diode in a bracket, bend them out of the way( you may have to bend the bracket a little aswell) and with patience the diode will slide out of the bracket, then disconect the electrical plug-in. I have found that this is the main reason for day-time driving light failure
Also, check your emergency brake pedal. Make sure it is all the way up. If it is down just one click the day time running lamps will not come on.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
SOURCE: Day time running light problem
The problem with the DRL issue describd in the above posts is the DRl module(it needs to be replaced). The buzzing relay and intermittent on/off of passenger side DRl are indicators that the module needs to be replaced.
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
Welcome to the world of BMW's. return the car to the seller. you got a bad one. You got an electrical short draining the battery. Bring a blank check and sign it over to the dealer. They're going to have to run through the entire electrical system to find the short. That work alone is worth more than the a used up 2001 325i.
Posted on Jun 20, 2010
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