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My battery went dead in my car, i replaced the battery and now the following items do not work. power windows, power locks, power side mirrors, turn signals, and the intermediate speed on the wipers. all the fuses look good. any ideas?

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I have a 2006 with a similar problem. Apparently there is a good chance, with Suzukis, of blowing the main fuse at the battery. Also have read about another fuse block under the steering column, not identified in the manual, check those fuses. My problem developed when I jumped the battery and lost all the items you listed plus the radio. Should here from mechanic today if problem resolved

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The fuse for these features on a Verona is not in the fuse box under the hood or the fuse panel by the door. There is a small row of fuses under neath the steering wheel, check the 5amp one, probably blown.

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