Jb627 сузуки гранд витара

Suzuki Grand Vitara JB627. Manual — part 2

• Be sure to observe following instructions

when handling service materials such as
fuel, oil, fluid, coolant, grease, sealant,
thread lock cement, etc. Otherwise, your
health may be ruined.
– Whenever handling any of these service

materials, wear safety glasses to protect
your eyes. If it gets into your eye, it may
cause inflammation.

– Whenever handling any of these service

materials, wear moisture-proof gloves to
protect your skin. If it adheres to your
skin, it may cause inflammation.

– Do not swallow any of these service

materials. It would cause diarrhea or
nausea.

– Keep all these materials out of children’s

• Make sure the bonnet is fully closed and

latched before driving. If it is not, it can fly
up unexpectedly during driving,
obstructing your view and resulting in an
accident.

• Before starting any service work, cover

fenders, seats and any other parts that are
likely to get scratched or stained during
servicing. Also, be aware that what you
wear (e.g. buttons) may cause damage to
the vehicle’s finish.

• When performing service to electrical parts

that does not require use of battery power,
disconnect the negative cable of the
battery.

• When disconnecting the negative cable

from the battery, be careful to the
following.
– Check and record DTCs in ECM and

TCM if necessary before disconnecting.

– Record displayed contents of the clock

and/or audio system, etc. before
disconnecting and reset it as before
after connecting.

– For vehicle equipped with electric

throttle body system, perform electric
throttle body system calibration
referring to “Electric Throttle Body
System Calibration in Section 1C” a
fter
reconnecting the negative cable to the
battery.

– For vehicle equipped with power sliding

roof (sunroof), initialize sliding roof
position data in motor unit by
performing “How to reactivate the
system to prevent being pinched by the
sunroof” in Sunroof section of Owner’s
manual.

• When removing the battery, be sure to

disconnect the negative cable first and
then the positive cable. When
reconnecting the battery, connect the
positive cable first and then the negative
cable, and replace the terminal cover.

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Suzuki Grand Vitara JB627. Instruction — page 6

There are two kinds of colored wire used in this vehicle.
One is single-colored wire and the other is dual-colored
(striped) wire. As the color symbol, the single-colored
wire uses only one, three or five alphabets (i.e. “G” or
“GRN”); the dual-colored wire uses two color symbols
combination (i.e. “G/Y” or “GRN/YEL”). The first symbol
represents the base color of the wire (“G” or “GRN” in
the figure) and the second symbol represents the color
of the stripe (“Y” or “YEL” in the figure).

Metric Fasteners
Most of the fasteners used for this vehicle are metric. When replacing any fasteners, it is most important that
replacement fasteners be the correct diameter, thread pitch and strength.

Fastener Strength Identification
Most commonly used metric fastener strength property classes are 4T, 6.8, 7T, 8.8 and radial line with the class
identification embossed on the head of each bolt. Some metric nuts will be marked with punch, 6 or 8 mark strength
identification on the nut face. Figure shows the different strength markings.
When replacing metric fasteners, be careful to use bolts and nuts of the same strength or greater than the original
fasteners (the same number marking or higher). It is likewise important to select replacement fasteners of the correct
diameter and thread pitch. Correct replacement bolts and nuts are available through the parts division.
Metric bolts: Identification class numbers or marks correspond to bolt strength (increasing numbers represent
increasing strength).

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Suzuki Grand Vitara JB627. Instruction — page 11

0B-14 Maintenance and Lubrication:

Tightening Torque Specifications

Reference:
For the tightening torque of fastener not specified in this section, refer to “Fastener Information in Section 0A”.

Special Tools and Equipment

Recommended Fluids and Lubricants

Refer to “Engine Oil and Filter Change”.

Engine coolant
(Ethylene glycol base coolant)

“Antifreeze / Anticorrosion coolant”

Refer to reservoir cap of brake master cylinder.

Refer to “Manual Transmission Oil Change in Section 5B”.

Refer to “Transfer Oil Change in Section 3C”.

Differential oil (front & rear)

Refer to “Front Differential Oil Change: Front in Section 3B”, or “Rear
Differential Oil Change: Rear in Section 3B”.

Automatic transmission fluid

Refer to “A/T Fluid Change in Section 5A”.

Engine oil or water resistance chassis grease

Hood latch assembly
Key lock cylinder

09915–47320
Oil filter wrench cap (79 mm)
)

Precautions for Engine. 1-1

Engine and Emission Control System

Electronic Control System Location . 1A-23

Engine Symptom Diagnosis . 1A-51
Malfunction Indicator Lamp Does Not Come

Malfunction Indicator Lamp Remains ON after

DTC P0031 / P0032: HO2S Heater Control

Circuit Low / High (Sensor-1, Bank-1). 1A-61

DTC P0037 / P0038: HO2S Heater Control

Circuit Low / High (Sensor-2, Bank-1). 1A-65

DTC P0051 / P0052: HO2S Heater Control

Circuit Low / High (Sensor-1, Bank-2). 1A-68

DTC P0057 / P0058: HO2S Heater Control

Circuit Low / High (Sensor-2, Bank-2). 1A-72

DTC P0101: Mass Air Flow Circuit Range /

DTC P0102 / P0103: Mass Air Flow Circuit

DTC P0107 / P0108: Manifold Absolute

Pressure Sensor Circuit Low / High Input . 1A-78

DTC P0111: Intake Air Temperature Sensor

Circuit Performance . 1A-81

DTC P0112 / P0113: Intake Air Temperature

Sensor Circuit Low / High Input. 1A-82

DTC P0116: Engine Coolant Temperature

Circuit Range / Performance. 1A-84

DTC P0117 / P0118: Engine Coolant

Temperature Circuit Low / High Input . 1A-86

DTC P0122 / P0123: Throttle Position Sensor

(Main) Circuit Low / High Input. 1A-87

DTC P0133 / P2A00: O2 Sensor Circuit Slow

DTC P0134: O2 Sensor Circuit No Activity

DTC P0137 / P0138: O2 Sensor Circuit Low

Voltage / High Voltage (Sensor-2, Bank-1) . 1A-93

DTC P0140: O2 Sensor Circuit No Activity

Detected (Sensor-2, Bank-1) . 1A-95

DTC P0153 / P2A03: O2 Sensor Circuit Slow

DTC P0154: O2 Sensor Circuit No Activity

DTC P0157 / P0158: O2 Sensor Circuit Low

Voltage / High Voltage (Sensor-2, Bank-2) . 1A-101

DTC P0160: O2 Sensor Circuit No Activity

Detected (Sensor-2, Bank-2) . 1A-103

DTC P0171 / P0172: System Too Lean / Too

Rich (Sensor-1, Bank-1) . 1A-105

DTC P0174 / P0175: System Too Lean / Too

Rich (Sensor-1, Bank-2) . 1A-108

DTC P0222 / P0223: Throttle Position Sensor

(Sub) Circuit Low/High . 1A-111

DTC P0300 / P0301 / P0302 / P0303 / P0304

/ P0305 / P0306: Misfire Detected . 1A-113

DTC P0327 / P0328: Knock Sensor Circuit

DTC P0335: Crankshaft Position Sensor

DTC P0336: Crankshaft Position Sensor

Circuit Range / Performance. 1A-119

DTC P0340: Camshaft Position Sensor

DTC P0341: Camshaft Position Sensor

Circuit Range / Performance. 1A-122

DTC P0401 / P0402: Exhaust Gas

DTC P0403: Exhaust Gas Recirculation

DTC P0420 / P0430: Catalyst System

Efficiency Below Threshold (Bank-1 / -2) . 1A-127

DTC P0444 / P0445: EVAP Emission System

Purge Control Valve Circuit Open / Shorted .1A-129

DTC P0462 / P0463: Fuel Level Sensor

DTC P0480 / P0481 / P0482: Fan 1 / Fan 2 /

Fan 3 Control Circuit . 1A-133

Pressure Sensor Circuit Low / High . 1A-136

DTC P0601 / P0602 / P0607: Internal Control

DTC P0616 / P0617: Starter Relay Circuit

Valve Control Circuit Low / High . 1A-142

DTC P1107 / P1108: Manifold Absolute

DTC P1510: ECM Back-Up Power Supply

Circuit Range / Performance. 1A-147

DTC P2102: Throttle Actuator Control Motor

DTC P2103: Throttle Actuator Control Motor

DTC P2108: Throttle Actuator Control Module

DTC P2119: Throttle Actuator Control Throttle

Body Range / Performance. 1A-152

DTC P2122 / P2123: Pedal Position Sensor

(Main) Circuit Low / High. 1A-153

DTC P2127 / P2128: Pedal Position Sensor

(Sub) Circuit Low / High . 1A-155

DTC P2135: Throttle Position Sensor (Main /

Sub) Voltage Correction. 1A-157

DTC P2138: Pedal Position Sensor (Main /

Sub) Voltage Correction. 1A-159

DTC P2195 / P2196: O2 Sensor Signal Stuck

Lean / Stuck Rich (Sensor-1, Bank-1). 1A-161

DTC P2197 / P2198: O2 Sensor Signal Stuck

Lean / Stuck Rich (Sensor-1, Bank-2). 1A-163

DTC P2227/ P2228 / P2229: Barometric

Pressure Circuit Malfunction . 1A-165

DTC P2237: O2 Sensor Positive Current

Control Circuit / Open (Sensor-1, Bank-1) . 1A-166

DTC P2238 / P2239: O2 Sensor Positive

DTC P2240: O2 Sensor Positive Current

Control Circuit / Open (Sensor-1, Bank-2) . 1A-170

DTC P2241 / P2242: O2 Sensor Positive

DTC P2252 / P2253: O2 Sensor Negative

DTC P2255 / P2256: O2 Sensor Negative

DTC P2627 / P2628: O2 Sensor Pumping

DTC P2630 / P2631: O2 Sensor Pumping

DTC P2A01: O2 Sensor Circuit Performance

DTC P2A04: O2 Sensor Circuit Performance

DTC U0073: Control Module Communication

DTC U0140: Lost Communication with Body

Radiator Cooling Fan Low Speed Control

Radiator Cooling Fan High Speed Control

Idle Speed and IAC Throttle Valve Opening

EVAP Canister Purge Valve and Its Circuit

Installation (If Equipped) . 1B-6

EGR Valve Assembly Inspection (If

Tightening Torque Specifications. 1B-7

Engine Control Module (ECM) Removal and

Mass Air Flow (MAF) and Intake Air

Mass Air Flow (MAF) and Intake Air

Electric Throttle Body Assembly On-Vehicle

Assembly On-Vehicle Inspection . 1C-6

Accelerator Pedal Position (APP) Sensor

Assembly Removal and Installation . 1C-6

Accelerator Pedal Position (APP) Sensor

Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor

Removal and Installation. 1C-7

Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor

Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensor

Removal and Installation (If Equipped) . 1C-8

Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensor

Air Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor On-Vehicle

Heated Oxygen Sensor (HO2S-2) Heater On-

Vehicle Inspection (If Equipped) . 1C-10

Air Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor (Sensor-1)

Removal and Installation. 1C-11

Heated Oxygen Sensor (Sensor-2) Removal

and Installation (If Equipped) . 1C-12

Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor Removal

Crankshaft Position (CKP) Sensor Removal

Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor and

IMT Vacuum Tank Assembly Inspection. 1C-15

Tightening Torque Specifications. 1C-17

Electric Throttle Body Assembly On-Vehicle

Electric Throttle Body Assembly Removal and

IMT (Intake Manifold Tuning) Valve Removal

IMT (Intake Manifold Tuning) Valve

Intake Collector and Intake Manifold Removal

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