Question about 2003 Suzuki Aerio
I would start by finding your fuse panel and looking for a burnt fuse. Usually when two or more electrical features die together it means there is something common to all of them. Get an owner's manual and locate the fuse panel, most likely there is one inside the car and another under the hood. There is generally a cap or lid on the fuse panel which has a map or key on the inside to tell you which fuse is associated with what gadget. I had a Suzuki vitara which had a tendency to blow a fuse if the lighter was used and that burnt fuse would also knock out the cruise, the radio, and power mirrors. The fuses blow for a reason, if you locate a burnt fuse you should try each feature, one by one, until you identify which one blows the fuse again, then either do not use that anymore or replace it as it is bad.
Posted on May 05, 2010
Altenator going up! Change it, before it causes a major issue with your motor.. Mine caused my motor to blow! Imagine that?
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