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Changed the bulbs, checked the fuses, and replaced the switch in the 2004 suzuki forenza. Low beams still out. Need the wiring harness location to check it out.

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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.

Posted on Jan 30, 2010

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