High and Low Beam Head Lamps May Stop Working on Suzuki Forenza

Problem Description and Possible Solution

The head lights may stop working due to a failed connection at the multifunction head light switch. Our technicians tell us there is a harness connector repair kit available which should be installed in conjunction with dielectric grease to seal the connector. 2004-2006 models have been recalled for low beam and daytime running light malfunctions. For more information on this recall, please click here»

Problem Data
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Average mileage: 109,489 (65,000–208,978)
5 model years affected: 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, more2008
49 people reported this problem
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First it was the DRL, they just stopped working. Then the headlights just turned off and wouldn't come on for two days, then they worked again for about two months. Now they're off again and just don't work anymore. I cn only drive at night with my brights on. I think I read somewhere about a recall for this problem. How do I find out if this can be fixed by dealer for free?
My headlights just randomly stopped working for no reason and starts to work randomly the turn back off
My lights would work randomly if I would park with my emergency brake on and come back turn off E-brake boom lights work for some odd reason my day lights would work at random as well but now I'm afraid the E-brake trick is not working anymore. Which is a bummer. My day lights won't come on either. Used to, With a bump in the road. Which probably sounds like what would happen with a loose connection, Which is the recall after all. Went to Suzuki before and they actually said they don't have the part to do my repair. That they would call me in March... It's now August.
i been have this promles with my 2007 suzuki reno.that the lights stay on, i trun of the care and still they stay on.and my battery was dead cause of the lights stay on .can you tell me what i can do to fix my car
Headlights stopped working while driving at night. Was notified by Sukzi there was a recall this week to bring car into dealership for repair of problem at no cost to me.
I have had a problem since I got the car. I have done the recall, now one dim will not stay connected. Both dim and bright don't stay on, on passenger side. Suzuki should figure it out, before someone has a fatal accident when driving at night and all lights fail.
Combination switch or healight switch doesn't allow me to turn on high beams, only daytime running lights were working until today. Seems like there shorting out because they flash on and off. No nighttime lights would come on.