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    Default Suzuki alto 2004 660 wiring issue

    Hi
    Suzuki alto 2004 has a wiring issue. When I turn off the engine power windows still working,
    and if AC was on it's blower is on even after engine switch off.
    Any suggestions

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    U mean when engine is off & key is removed from ignition switch shell. OR after engine is off but KEY is not removed but at acc position.

    2 possibilities - The Ignition switch shell is burn-out in cabin , the other one is malfunctioning main relay / cartridge fuse acc in engine bay. You need to visit an electrician.
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    Yes when engine is off and key is removed.
    I visited an electrician he said it is OK in Suzuki alto 660 it is from manufacture side. Window should work and AC blower should be be ON even if you take out the key.

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    Quote Originally Posted by israrha View Post
    Yes when engine is off and key is removed.
    I visited an electrician he said it is OK in Suzuki alto 660 it is from manufacture side. Window should work and AC blower should be be ON even if you take out the key.
    Visit some other electrician
    Power windows do work in some cars after you remove the key but only for a short amount of time
    But the A/c blower doesn't


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    If I leave it as it is will it harm something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by israrha View Post
    If I leave it as it is will it harm something?
    Dont leave it as it is it may ( ALLAH forbid) leads to desasterous situation... U have electronically controlled car dont leave such electrical stuff un-attended.. Check with electrician ASAP


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