Suzuki Grand Vitara JB416 / JB420 (ESP model). Service manual - part 67

 

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Suzuki Grand Vitara JB416 / JB420 (ESP model). Service manual - part 67

 

 

4F-22 Electronic Stability Program: 

ESP

® Warning Lamp Comes ON Steady

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Wiring Diagram
Refer to “ESP

® Warning Lamp Does Not Come ON at Ignition Switch ON”.

Circuit Description
Operation (ON/OFF) of ESP

® warning lamp is controlled by ESP® control module through lamp driver module in 

combination meter.
If ESP

® system is in good condition, ESP® control module turns ESP® warning lamp ON at the ignition switch ON, 

keeps it ON for 2 seconds and then turns it OFF. If an abnormality in the system is detected, ESP

® warning lamp is 

turned ON continuously by ESP

® control module. Also, it is turned ON continuously by lamp driver module when the 

connector of ESP

® control module is disconnected.

Troubleshooting

5

1) Remove combination meter with ignition switch turned 

OFF.

2) Check for proper connection to “PPL/RED” and “BLK” 

wire of combination meter connector.

3) If OK, turn ON ignition switch and measure voltage at 

“PPL/RED” wire of combination meter connector and 
vehicle body ground.

Is it 10 – 14 V?

Go to Step 6.

Repair power supply 
circuit for combination 
meter.

6

1) Measure resistance between “BLK” wire of combination 

meter connector and vehicle body ground.

Is resistance less than 2 

?

Replace combination 
meter.

“BLK” circuit open or 
high resistance.

Step

Action

Yes

No

Step

Action

Yes

No

1

1) Perform diagnostic trouble code check.

Is there any DTC(s)?

Go to applicable DTC 
diag. flow.

Go to Step 2.

2

Are main fuses for ABS pump motor and ABS solenoid in 
good condition?

Go to Step 3.

Replace fuse and check 
circuit for short to 
ground.

3

1) Turn ignition switch to OFF.
2) Disconnect ESP

® control module connector.

3) Check for proper connection to ESP

® control module 

connector at terminals “E53-35”, “E53-16” and “E53-47”.

4) If OK then turn ignition switch to ON position and 

measure voltage between terminal “E53-35” and vehicle 
body ground.

Is it 10 – 14 V?

Go to Step 4.

“GRN/ORN” circuit 
open.

4

1) Turn ignition switch to OFF position.
2) Check for proper connection to ESP

® control module 

connector at terminals “E53-1” and “E53-32”.

3) If OK then turn ignition switch to ON position and 

measure voltage between each terminal of “E53-1”, 
“E53-32” and vehicle body ground.

Are they 10 – 14 V?

Go to Step 5.

“WHT/RED” and/or 
“WHT/BLU” circuit 
open.

5

1) Turn ignition switch to OFF and measure resistance 

between each terminal of “E53-16”, “E53-47” and vehicle 
body ground.

Is resistance less than 2 

?

Go to Step 6.

Ground circuit for ESP

® 

control module open or 
high resistance.

Electronic Stability Program:  4F-23

Serial Data Link Circuit Check

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Wiring Diagram

Inspection

6

1) Check CAN communication circuit between combination 

meter and ESP

® control module referring to “DTC 

U1073: Control Module Communication Bus Off”.

Is CAN communication circuit in good condition?

Substitute a known-
good combination meter 
and recheck. If ABS 
warning lamp remains 
ON, substitute a known-
good ESP

® hydraulic 

unit / control module 
assembly and recheck.

Repair or replace.

Step

Action

Yes

No

3

4

2

1

12V

12V

E53-32

E53-1

E53-35

GRN/ORN

PPL/RED

BLK/YEL

WHT/GRN

WHT/RED

WHT/BLU

E53-16

E53-47

BLK

BLK

BLK

RED

WHT

RED

WHT

E53-13
E53-44

PPL/WHT

12V

+BB

E53-33

[A]

11

12

10

9

G

G1

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13

E53

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[A]: ESP

® control module connector (viewed from terminal side)

5. Combination meter

10. To ECM, TCM, BCM, SDM and 4WD control module

1. Battery

6. ESP

® warning lamp

11. Junction connector

2. Main fuse box

7. Lamp driver module

12. To TCM, BCM, 4WD control module, keyless start 

control module and steering angle sensor

3. Ignition switch

8. CAN driver

13. ESP

® hydraulic unit / control module assembly

4. Junction block assembly

9. Data link connector (DLC)

Step

Action

Yes

No

1

1) Turn ignition switch to ON position.

Does ESP

®

 warning lamp come ON?

Go to Step 2.

Go to Step 6.

2

1) Turn ignition switch to OFF position.

Are main fuses for ABS pump motor and ABS solenoid in 
good condition?

Go to Step 3.

Replace fuse and check 
for short.

3

1) Disconnect ESP

® control module connector.

2) Check for proper connection to ESP

® control module 

connector at terminal “E53-35”.

3) If OK then turn ignition switch to ON position and 

measure voltage between terminal “E53-35” and vehicle 
body ground.

Is it 10 – 14 V?

Go to Step 4.

“GRN/ORN” wire circuit 
open.

4F-24 Electronic Stability Program: 

4

1) Turn ignition switch to OFF position.
2) Check for proper connection to ESP

® control module 

connector at terminals “E53-1” and “E53-32”.

3) If OK then turn ignition switch to ON position and 

measure voltage between each terminal of “E53-1”, 
“E53-32” and vehicle body ground.

Are they 10 – 14 V?

Go to Step 5.

“WHT/RED” and/or 
“WHT/BLU” wire circuit 
open.

5

1) Turn ignition switch to OFF position.
2) Check for proper connection to ESP

® control module 

connector at terminals “E53-16” and “E53-47”.

3) If OK, measure resistance between each terminal of 

“E53-16”, “E53-47” and vehicle body ground.

Are resistance less than 2 

?

Go to Step 6.

Ground circuit for ESP

® 

control module open or 
high resistance.

6

1) Check if communication is possible by trying 

communication with other controller (ECM, TCM, BCM, 
4WD control module or SDM).

Is it possible to communicate with other controller?

Go to Step 7.

Repair open in common 
section of serial data 
circuit (“PPL/WHT” wire 
circuit) used by all 
controllers or short to 
ground or power circuit 
which has occurred 
somewhere in serial 
data circuit (“PPL/WHT” 
wire circuit).

7

1) Turn ignition switch to ON position.
2) Measure voltage between terminal B of data link 

connector and vehicle body ground.

Is voltage 10 – 12 V?

Go to step 8.

Terminal B circuit open 
or shorted to ground.

8

1) Turn ignition switch to OFF position.
2) Measure resistance between the following terminals;

• Terminal G of data link connector and vehicle body 

ground.

• Terminal G1 of data link connector and vehicle body 

ground.

Is each resistance 1 

 or less?

Go to step 9.

Terminal G and/or G1 
circuit open or high 
resistance.

9

1) Turn ignition switch to OFF position.
2) Check proper connection at “E53-33” (“PPL/WHT” wire) 

terminal for serial data circuit.

3) If OK, then check resistance between “E53-33” (“PPL/

WHT” wire) terminal and “PPL/WHT” wire terminal (2) for 
serial data circuit in DLC (1).

Is resistance 1 

 or less?

Substitute a known-
good ESP

® hydraulic 

unit / control module 
and recheck.

Repair high resistance 
or open in “PPL/WHT” 
wire circuit for anti lock 
brake system.

Step

Action

Yes

No

“E53-33”

2

1

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Electronic Stability Program:  4F-25

DTC C1015 / C1017 / C1023: Longitudinal G Sensor / Lateral G Sensor / Yaw Rate Sensor in Yaw Rate 
/ G Sensor Assembly Failure

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DTC Detecting Condition and Trouble Area

DTC Troubleshooting

DTC C1016: Stop Lamp Switch Circuit Failure

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Wiring Diagram

DTC Detecting Condition

Trouble Area

C1015:
Longitudinal G sensor signal is out of specified range. (for 
4WD vehicle)
C1017:
Lateral G sensor signal is out of specified range.
C1023:
• Yaw rate sensor signal is out of range.
• Vehicle behavior and yaw rate signal is disagreed.

• Yaw rate / G sensor assembly
• ESP

® control module

Step

Action

Yes

No

1

Was “Electronic Stability Program Check” performed?

Go to Step 2.

Go to “Electronic 
Stability Program 
Check”
.

2

DTC check for ESP

®

1) Connect scan tool to DLC with ignition switch turned 

OFF.

2) Turn ignition switch ON and check DTC for ESP

®.

Are DTC C1034 and/or C1073 detected?

Go to applicable DTC 
diag. flow.

Go to Step 3.

3

Check sensor calibration
1) Calibrate yaw rate / G sensor assembly referring to 

“Sensor Calibration”.

2) Clear all DTCs and check DTC for ESP

®.

Are DTC C1015, C1017 and/or C1023 still detected?

Go to Step 4.

Yaw rate / G sensor 
assembly calibration is 
incompleted.

4

Check yaw rate / G sensor assembly
1) Check yaw rate / G sensor assembly referring to “Yaw 

Rate / G Sensor Assembly On-Vehicle Inspection”.

Is it good condition?

Substitute a known-
good ESP

® hydraulic 

unit / control module 
assembly and recheck.

Replace yaw rate / G 
sensor assembly.

3

2

1

WHT

E53-42
E53-46

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WHT/RED

WHT/BLU

5

7

8

E23-4
E23-19

[B]

2 1

E23

3

4

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19

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5453

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48

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8

12V

GRN

4

GRN/WHT

E23-20

I5JB0D460004-01

[A]: ESP

® control module connector (viewed from terminal side)

3. Junction block assembly

7. CAN driver

[B]: ECM connector (viewed from harness side)

4. Stop lamp switch

8. ESP

® hydraulic unit control module assembly

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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