Suzuki Grand Vitara JB416 / JB420 (ESP model). Service manual - part 87

 

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Suzuki Grand Vitara JB416 / JB420 (ESP model). Service manual - part 87

 

 

6-ii Table of Contents

P/S Pump and A/C Compressor (If Equipped) 

Drive Belt Removal and Installation for J20 
Engine Model .................................................... 6C-*

Steering Rack Boot Check .................................. 6C-*
Tie-Rod End Boot Check .................................... 6C-*
Tie-Rod End Removal and Installation................ 6C-*
Tie-Rod End Ball Joint Inspection ....................... 6C-*
P/S Gear Case Assembly Components .............. 6C-*
P/S Gear Case Assembly Removal and 

Installation......................................................... 6C-*

Steering Gear Case Mount Bushing Removal 

and Installation .................................................. 6C-*

Steering Gear Case Mount Bushing 

Inspection.......................................................... 6C-*

Rack Boot / Tie-Rod Removal and Installation .... 6C-*
P/S Hose / Pipe Components ............................. 6C-*

P/S Pump Removal and Installation for M16 

Engine Model .................................................... 6C-*

P/S Pump Removal and Installation for J20 

Engine Model .................................................... 6C-*

P/S Pump Components for M16 Engine 

Model ................................................................ 6C-*

P/S Pump Assembly Components for J20 

Engine Model .................................................... 6C-*

P/S Pump Disassembly and Assembly for 

M16 Engine Model ............................................ 6C-*

P/S Pump Inspection for M16 Engine Model ...... 6C-*
P/S Pump Inspection for J20 Engine Model........ 6C-*

Specifications ....................................................... 6C-*

Tightening Torque Specifications........................ 6C-*

Special Tools and Equipment ............................. 6C-*

Recommended Service Material ......................... 6C-*
Special Tool ........................................................ 6C-*

Steering Wheel and Column:  6B-1

Steering

Steering Wheel and Column

Precautions

Service Precautions of Steering Angle Sensor

S5JB0E6200004

For service precautions, refer to “Precautions in Sensor Calibration in Section 4F”.

General Description

Steering Wheel and Column Construction

S5JB0E6201001

This double tube type steering column has the following three important features in addition to the steering function:
• The column is energy absorbing, designed to compress in a front-end collision.
• The ignition switch and lock are mounted conveniently on this column.
• With the column mounted lock, the ignition and steering operations can be locked to inhibit theft of the vehicle.
To insure the energy absorbing action, it is important that only the specified screws, bolts and nuts be used as 
designated, and that they are tightened to the specified torque. When the column assembly (6) is removed from the 
vehicle, special care must be taken in handling it. Use of a steering wheel puller or a sharp blow on the end of the 
steering shaft, leaning on the assembly, or dropping the assembly could shear the plastic shear pins which maintain 
column length and position.
The driver air bag (inflator) module is one of the supplemental restraint (air bag) system components and is mounted 
to the center of the steering wheel (1). During certain frontal crashes, the air bag system supplements the restraint of 
the driver’s and passenger’s seat belts by deploying the air bags. The air bag (inflator) module should be handled with 
care to prevent accidental deployment. When servicing, be sure to observe “Precautions on Service and Diagnosis of 
Air Bag System in Section 8B in related manual”.

6B-2 Steering Wheel and Column: 

16

10

(b)

17

(b)

9

8

4

6

7

15

(c)

14

(c)

12

(b)

2

(a)

5

1

11

(b)

13

3

18

I6JB01620001-01

1. Steering wheel

9. Steering column lower seal

17. Steering lower shaft assembly upper joint bolt

: After tightening all mounting bolts and nuts and all joint 
bolts and nuts, tighten lower shaft lower joint bolt.

2. Steering shaft nut

10. Steering lower shaft assembly

18. Steering angle sensor (if equipped)

3. Contact coil cable assembly

11. Steering column assembly mounting bolt

: 33 N

⋅m (3.3 kgf-m, 24.0 lb-ft)

4. Steering column upper cover

12. Steering column assembly mounting nut

: After tightening column mounting nut, tighten 
column mounting bolt. 

: 25 N

⋅m (2.5 kgf-m, 18.0 lb-ft)

5. Steering column lower cover

13. Steering upper shaft assembly upper joint bolt

: 23 N

⋅m (2.3 kgf-m, 17.0 lb-ft)

6. Steering column assembly

14. Steering upper shaft assembly upper joint nut

: After tightening upper shaft mounting bolts, 
tighten upper shaft joint nut. 

: Do not reuse.

7. Steering lock assembly

15. Steering upper shaft mounting bolt

8. Steering upper shaft assembly 

16. Steering lower shaft assembly lower joint bolt

Steering Wheel and Column:  6B-3

Repair Instructions

Contact Coil Cable Assembly Removal and 
Installation

S5JB0E6206003

CAUTION

!

 

Do not turn contact coil cable assembly more 
than allowable number of turns (about two 
and a half turns from the center position 
clockwise or counterclockwise respectively), 
or coil will break.

 

Removal

1) Remove steering wheel from steering column. Refer 

to “Steering Wheel Removal and Installation in 
related manual”.

2) Remove steering column hole cover (1).

3) Remove steering column cover screws (1) (3 

pieces).

4) Separate upper cover (2) and lower cover (3), then 

remove them.

5) Disconnect all connectors for contact coil cable 

assembly.

6) Remove contact coil cable assembly (1) with 

steering angle sensor (if equipped) from steering 
column.

7) Separate steering angle sensor from contact coil 

cable assembly referring to “Steering Angle Sensor 
Removal and Installation”.

Installation

1) Check to make sure that vehicle’s front tires are set 

at straight-ahead position and then ignition switch is 
at “LOCK” position.

2) Install contact coil cable assembly to steering 

column.

NOTE
New contact coil cable assembly is supplied 
with contact coil cable assembly set and held 
at its center position with a lock pin (1). 
Remove this lock pin after installing contact 
coil cable assembly to steering column.

 

1

I5JB0A620011-01

1

3

1

2

I5JB0A620012-01

1

I6JB01620002-01

I5JB0A620014-01

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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