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Where is the wiring harness on a 2004 suzuki forenza? Low beams went out.

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I would suspect its more likely a fuse or the hi - low switch than the wiring harness, or perhaps the bulbs went out simultaneously. I would check or have these checked before I go as far as replacing a wiring harness.

Posted on Jan 30, 2010


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Call the dealer. I had an 05 and the daytime running lights stopped working the my low beams stopped. There was a recall, BUT they never sent out notices. I found out by doing a google search.

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Afew years ago my low beams both went out at the same time, I took it in and had repaired, a few months later received recall for the problem, had my money refunded and everything worked well, until 2...

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Only high beamheadlampswork.fusesok

I would look at the relay contact and connector for signs of corrosion or poor conduction. The relay may be okay but the terminals often get enough corrosion to interfere with electrical conduction.

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