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2004 Suzuki Verona S problems with Drivers window not working but motor is good and works. Switch is good also. Is there a modular or another switch involved.

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can you move the wheel from side to side to relieve the pressure for the key to turn ? also try pushing in on it a bit harder too as you do this it may be just in the locked position due to pressure at the wheel

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negetive if tha window only rolles up then u need to get a new window starter NOW before it gets worse

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Driver window rolls down but will not roll up and motor continues to run until it gets hot and then shuts off Dealership wants to change out window motor and switch but they do work. What would cause an...


there are only 3 parts to this magic.
motor , switches and wires.
only careful voltmeter checks
find the solution.
that gets down to parts cost (guessing)
or troubleshooting at $100 hr.
its always your choice.
and #3, DIY.
you can in fact go to alldata.com and read the schematics
do the tests and find the true cause.
i say switch, you can in fact jumper by pass the switch to see
if the switch is bad, or the motor.
are you posting and engine problem too.?
or the window motor gets hot.
window motor , DO infact have many failure modes. not just black and white easy (dead./good) not at all. ill not list them.
that is , the motor or the out door temperature effects the results. please say which.?

Apr 16, 2013 | 2004 Suzuki Verona

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2004 Suzuki Verona driver side window rolls down and motor continues to run until it gets hot and shuts down window will not roll back up only down


only a real person repairing the car can determine what is wrong.
Guessing will be expensive.
excess friction in the system (my guess you mean the electric motor in the window overheats, does it?) or just on hot days.?/?
the motor can have shorted, Armature windings (yes, bad motor)
and can overheat, and fail. the motor can fail 5 ways or more, no point
in posting them all, but one failures cause the motor to use too much current, so the technician measures this current and if high
makes sure the guides are not sticking, in the window frames.
you have 2 choices, guess, or test. there are many tests, get the shop manual and learn them or trust your ASE to find the problem.
sometimes a bad motor damages the switch, controls from excessive heat, these are what we call cascade failures.
replacing only the obvious bad switch invites a new switch with damage. All electrical is like this. find the primary failure first.
the correct the collatral damage last. (and tight frame first)

Apr 16, 2013 | 2004 Suzuki Verona

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Driver side power window not working


can be 3 things. (4)
1: bad wiring, connections,, not a fuse that would kill others.
2: bad switch.
3: bad window motor.
4: window frame jamming.
the tests are simple and in the FSM (factory service manual).
factory FSM
Alldata online
mitchells online
others.
in short, using a meter finds this easy.
using meter you can check the voltage to the motor.
and current.
if the voltage is good an current 0 , motor is open
of the voltage is low and current excessive the motor is shorted.
if the voltage is 0 and no current the switch or wires are open.
is that what you seek or just a wild guess.
if the latter, id say, rolling dice,,, wire fell of switch.

Apr 06, 2013 | 2004 Suzuki Verona

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2004 Suzuki Verona won't start. Mechanic diagnosed a faultiy ignition switch. Worked on it all day and can't get it started. What could it be?


WELL IF YOU REPLACE KEY AND IGNITION SWITCH THEY WILL HAVE TO BE REPROGRAMMED BEFORE VECHICLE WILL CRANK AGAIN.YOU NEED A DIAGNOSTIC SCANNER TO REPROGRAM THE NEW KEY AND IGNITION SWITCH.

Jul 06, 2010 | 2004 Suzuki Verona

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2004 suzuki verona power window problem. The motor morks but the switch will only run the window up. The switches are ok.


negetive if tha window only rolles up then u need to get a new window starter NOW before it gets worse

Dec 29, 2009 | 2004 Suzuki Verona

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Suzuki Verona 2004 Problem - I can't get the ignition switch to turn. I understand it could be a bad ignition switch, a bad brake pedal switch or a bad neutral safety switch. Are there any tricks to try...


can you move the wheel from side to side to relieve the pressure for the key to turn ? also try pushing in on it a bit harder too as you do this it may be just in the locked position due to pressure at the wheel

Dec 21, 2009 | 2004 Suzuki Verona

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After changing battery in 2004 Suzuki Verona key will not open doors, windows will not go up or down turn signals won't work etc. Any ideas?


had the same problem in my 2004 verona.look under your dash below your steering wheel.you will see a small fuse box with fuses on the very bottom of it.look for the yellow 5amp fuse which will be blown.change that baby out with a spare fuse and pow!everything is good again and u didnhave to spend more than 2.00 for a fuse lol.ets get it donelet us check back with us afterwards

Oct 29, 2009 | 2004 Suzuki Verona

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Ignition is locking up on my 2004 suzuki verona


Hi There, 3 possible things with this problem.
One could be a little spring in the shifter that broke. What it does is it prevents the shifter going over into the park slot. Try holding the shifter to the left and then try to remove the key.
Two the trumblerd in the ign switch is going bad. Preventing the key to turn. The ign switch needs to be replaced or have a lock smith try to installed new trumbles.
Three, have a new key cut and see if it works. When car keys get wore down, they don't pull the trunbles in, some stricks up in the key clyinder and prevents it from turning. Don

Jul 01, 2009 | 2004 Suzuki Verona

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