Suzuki Grand Vitara JB416 / JB420 (ESP model). Service manual - part 61

 

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Suzuki Grand Vitara JB416 / JB420 (ESP model). Service manual - part 61

 

 

4E-38 ABS: 

3) Check that there is no clearance between sensor 

and knuckle.

Front Wheel Speed Sensor Inspection

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Check sensor for damage.
If any malcondition is found, replace.

Rear Wheel Speed Sensor On-Vehicle 
Inspection

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Refer to “Front Wheel Speed Sensor On-Vehicle 
Inspection”
 since rear wheel speed sensor is the same 
as front wheel speed sensor.

Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Removal and 
Installation

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Removal

1) Disconnect negative (–) cable from battery.
2) Disconnect rear wheel speed sensor coupler (1).
3) Hoist vehicle and remove wheel.
4) Remove harness clamp (4) and clamp bolts (2).
5) Remove rear wheel speed sensor (3) from knuckle.

CAUTION

!

 

• Do not pull wire harness when removing 

rear wheel speed sensor.

• Do not cause damage to surface of rear 

wheel speed sensor and do not allow dust, 
etc. to enter its installation hole.

 

Installation
Reverse removal procedure for installation noting the 
following.
• Check that no foreign material is attached to sensor 

(1) and mating encoder (2).

• Be sure to install wheel speed sensor (1) and its bolt 

at the correct (upper) position as shown in figure. 
Tighten sensor bolt and harness clamp bolts to 
specified torque.

Tightening torque
Rear wheel speed sensor bolt (a):  11 N·m (1.1 kgf-
m, 8.0 lb-ft)
Rear wheel speed sensor harness clamp bolt 
(b):  11 N·m (1.1 kgf-m, 8.0 lb-ft)

CAUTION

!

 

Do not pull or twist wire harness more than 
necessary when installing rear wheel speed 
sensor.

 

• Check that there is no clearance between sensor and 

brake back plate.

[A]: OK

[B]: NG

[A]

[B]

2

2

(a)

2

1

(b)

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3

1

2

4

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ABS: 4E-39

Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Inspection

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Refer to “Front Wheel Speed Sensor Inspection” since 
rear wheel speed sensor is the same as front wheel 
speed sensor.

Front Wheel Encoder On-Vehicle Inspection

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Before inspect front wheel encoder, remove front drive 
shaft or front wheel spindle referring to “Front Drive Shaft 
Assembly Removal and Installation: Front in Section 3A 
in related manual” or “Front Wheel Hub Assembly 
Removal and Installation in Section 2B”.
• Check encoder (1) for being crack, damaged or 

deformed.

• Turn wheel and check if encoder rotation is free from 

eccentricity and looseness.

• Check that no foreign material is attached.
If any faulty is found, repair or replace. Refer to “Front 
Wheel Hub Assembly Removal and Installation in 
Section 2B”.

Front Wheel Encoder Removal and Installation

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CAUTION

!

 

Front wheel encoder is included in front 
wheel hub assembly. If front wheel encoder 
needs to replaced, replace it as a front wheel 
hub assembly.

 

For removal and installation of front wheel hub 
assembly, referring to“Front Wheel Hub Assembly 
Removal and Installation in Section 2B”.

Rear Wheel Encoder On-Vehicle Inspection

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Before inspect rear wheel encoder, remove rear drive 
shaft referring to “Rear Drive Shaft Disassembly and 
Assembly: Rear in Section 3A in related manual”.
• Check encoder (1) for being crack, damaged or 

deformed.

• Turn wheel and check if encoder rotation is free from 

eccentricity and looseness.

• Check that no foreign material is attached.

If any faulty is found, repair or replace. Refer to “Rear 
Wheel Hub Assembly Removal and Installation in 
Section 2C in related manual”.

Rear Wheel Encoder Removal and Installation

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CAUTION

!

 

Rear wheel encoder is included in rear wheel 
hub assembly. If rear wheel encoder needs to 
replaced, replace it as a rear wheel hub 
assembly.

 

For removal and installation of front wheel hub 
assembly, referring to “Rear Wheel Hub Assembly 
Removal and Installation in Section 2C in related 
manual”.

[A]: OK

[B]: NG

[A]

[B]

2

1

(a)

(b)

1

1

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1

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1

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4E-40 ABS: 

Specifications

Tightening Torque Specifications

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NOTE
The specified tightening torque is also described in the following.
“ABS (ESP

®) Hydraulic Unit / Control Module Assembly Removal and Installation”

 

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

Special Tools and Equipment

Special Tool

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Fastening part

Tightening torque

Note

N

m

kgf-m

lb-ft

Brake pipe flare nut for M10

16

1.6 

11.5

)

Brake pipe flare nut for M12

19

1.9 

14.0

)

ABS (ESP

®) hydraulic unit / control module 

assembly bolt

9

0.9 

6.5

)

ABS (ESP

®) hydraulic unit / control module 

assembly bracket bolt

25

2.5 18.0

)

ABS (ESP

®) hydraulic unit / control module 

assembly bracket nut

25

2.5 18.0

)

Front wheel speed sensor bolt

11

1.1 

8.0

)

Front wheel speed sensor harness clamp bolt 

11

1.1 

8.0

)

Rear wheel speed sensor bolt

11

1.1 

8.0

)

Rear wheel speed sensor harness clamp bolt

11

1.1 

8.0

)

09950–78220

SUZUKI scan tool

Flare nut wrench

)

This kit includes following 
items. 1. Tech 2, 2. PCMCIA 
card, 3. DLC cable, 4. SAE 
16/19 adapter, 5. Cigarette 
cable, 6. DLC loop back 
adapter, 7. Battery power 
cable, 8. RS232 cable, 9. 
RS232 adapter, 10. RS232 
loop back connector, 11. 
Storage case, 12.) / )

Electronic Stability Program:  4F-1

Brakes

Electronic Stability Program

Precautions

Precautions in Diagnosing Troubles

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To ensure that the trouble diagnosis is done accurately 
and smoothly, observe the following and follow 
“Electronic Stability Program Check”.
• Diagnostic information stored in ESP

® control module 

memory can be cleared as well as checked by using 
SUZUKI scan tool. Before using scan tool, read its 
Operator’s (Instruction) Manual carefully to have good 
understanding as to what functions are available and 
how to use it.

• If the vehicles was operated in any of the following 

ways, ESP

® warning lamp may light momentarily but 

this does not indicate anything abnormal in ESP

®.

– The vehicle was driven with parking brake pulled.
– The vehicle was driven with brake dragging.
– The vehicle was stuck in mud, sand, etc.
– Wheel spin occurred while driving.
– Wheel(s) was rotated while the vehicle was jacked 

up.

• Be sure to read “Precaution for CAN Communication 

System in Section 00 in related manual” before 
inspection and observe what is written there.

• Be sure to use the trouble diagnosis procedure as 

described in “Electronic Stability Program Check”. 
Failure to follow it may result in incorrect diagnosis. 
(Some other diagnosis trouble code may be stored by 
mistake in the memory of ESP

® control module 

during inspection.)

• When disconnecting ESP

® control module connector 

(1), pull up lock lever (2) of connector.
When connecting, set the connector on ESP

® 

hydraulic unit / control module assembly and pull 
down the lock lever (2) until it locks.

• Communication of ECM, TCM (for A/T model), BCM, 

ESP

® (ABS) control module (if equipped), 4WD 

control module (if equipped), keyless start control 
module (if equipped), combination meter and steering 
angle sensor is established by CAN (Controller Area 
Network).
Therefore, be sure to read “Precautions for Installing 
Mobile Communication Equipment in Section 00 in 
related manual” before inspection and handling CAN 
communication line.

Precautions in On-Vehicle Service

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When connector is connected to ESP

® hydraulic unit / 

control module assembly, do not disconnect connectors 
of sensors with ignition switch ON. Otherwise, DTC will 
be set in ESP

® control module.

Precautions in Hydraulic Unit Operation Check

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ESP

® hydraulic unit / control module assembly function 

is checked by correct wheel lock / release condition 
when brake pressure is pressurized / depressurized 
using SUZUKI scan tool. The hydraulic unit operation 
check referring to “Hydraulic Unit Operation Check in 
Section 4E” sho
uld be performed to confirm the correct 
brake pipe connection in the following cases.
• ESP

® hydraulic unit / control module assembly was 

replaced.

• Brake pipe and/or hose were replaced.

[A]: Disconnect

C: Pull up to disconnect

[B]: Connect

D: Pull down to connect

2

1

[A]

[B]

C

D

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