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2006 suzuki forenza low beam problem

Both low beams went out, fuses good, swapped relay with pwr window relay, bulbs check good with meter.

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Ended up taking it to the dealer for repair. I was nervious of the cost, But my problem ended up being a ground wire problem with the dtl module. working now.

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You should check the dimmer switch.It is the switch that is totally in charge of high and low headlight functions.

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