Question about 1996 Suzuki Esteem
Posted by Anonymous on
Recheck all the electric connections under the hood. Something may have gotten knocked off/unplugged/broken that you did not notice upon reassembly. Also check ALL the fuses just in case there was a short . You may have blown one of the bigger block fuses that are there but tend to go unnoticed. For a blown fuse most people only check the flat fuses. The block fuses carry the heavier loads.
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