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Suzuki Grand Vitara JB416 / JB420 (ESP model). Service manual - part 97

 

 

9D-1 Wipers / Washers: 

Body, Cab and Accessories

Wipers / Washers

Repair Instructions

Windshield Wiper and Washer Switch 
Inspection

S5JB0E9406009

Windshield Wiper and Washer Switch
Check for continuity between terminals at each switch 
position. If check result is not as specified, replace 
switch.

Intermittent Wiper Relay Circuit

1) Turn the windshield wiper switch to “INT” position.
2) Connect battery positive (+) terminal to terminal “5” 

and its negative (–) terminal to terminal “2”.

3) Connect voltmeter positive lead to terminal “4” and 

its negative lead to terminal “2”.

4) Check that the voltmeter indicates the battery 

voltage (10 – 14 V).

5) Connect terminal “3” and terminal “5” by a jumper 

wire.

6) Disconnect end of the jumper wire from terminal “5”.
7) Connect disconnected jumper wire end to terminal 

“2”, then check that voltage between terminal “4” and 
terminal “2” changes as shown.
If check result is not satisfied, replace switch.

[A]: RH steering vehicle without rear fog light
[B]: Other than RH steering vehicle without rear fog light

[C]: Terminal
[D]: Wiper switch

[E]: Washer switch

OFF

INT

6

5

4

3

MIST

OFF

1

2

ON

LO

HI

6 5 4 3 2 1

1 2 3 4 5 6

[A]

[B]

[C]

[D]

[E]

[C]

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[A]: RH steering vehicle without rear fog light
[B]: Other than RH steering vehicle without rear fog light

[A]: RH steering vehicle without rear fog light
[B]: Other than RH steering vehicle without rear fog light

[C]: Voltage
[D]: INT time control switch position

[E]: 1.6 

± 1 sec.

[F]: 10.7 

± 5 sec.

V

2

3

4

5

2

3

4

5

[B]

[A]

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V

 INT
TIME

 INT
TIME

10-14V

0V

10-14V

0V

2

3

4

5

2

3

4

5

[B]

[A]

[C]

[D]

[E]

[F]

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Wipers / Washers:  9D-2

Washer Linked Circuit

1) Make sure that front wiper switch is at “OFF” 

position.

2) Connect battery positive (+) terminal to terminal “5” 

and its negative (–) terminal to terminal “2”.

3) Connect voltmeter positive lead to terminal “4” and 

its negative lead to terminal “2”.

4) When front washer switch is ON, check that voltage 

changes as shown in figure.
If check result is not satisfied, replace switch.

Rear Wiper and Washer Switch Inspection

S5JB0E9406011

Check for continuity between terminals at each switch 
position. If check result is not as specified, replace 
switch.

[A]: RH steering vehicle without rear fog light
[B]: Other than RH steering vehicle without rear fog light

[C]: Wiper switch
[D]: Voltage

[E]: Approx. 2.2 sec.

[F]: Approx. 0.3 sec.

V

2

4

5

2

4

5

[B]

[A]

ON

OFF

High

Low

[E]

[F]

[C]

[D]

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[A]: RH steering vehicle without rear fog light
[B]: Other than RH steering vehicle without rear fog light

OFF

[C]

[D]

4

3

1

2

1

2

3

4

[A]

[B]

1

2 3

4

[C]

[D]

[E]

[F]

[E]

[F]

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9D-3 Wipers / Washers: 

Table of Contents 10- i

10

Section 10

CONTENTS

Control Systems

Precautions ............................................... 10-*

Precautions............................................................10-*

Precautions for Control Systems.......................... 10-*

Cruise Control System.......................... 10A-1

General Description ...........................................10A-1

Cruise Control System Construction ................. 10A-1
Components and Functions of Cruise Control 

System ............................................................10A-2

Cancel Conditions of Cruise Control System .... 10A-3

Schematic and Routing Diagram......................10A-3

Cruise Control System Input / Output Diagram ..10A-3
Cruise Control System Wiring Diagram ............10A-4

Diagnostic Information and Procedures..........10A-5

Cruise Control System Symptom Diagnosis .....10A-5

Inspection of Cruise Control System Circuit.......10A-*

Repair Instructions ............................................ 10A-*

Cruise Control Switch Removal and 

Installation........................................................10A-*

Cruise Control Switch Inspection .......................10A-*
CPP Switch (for Cruise Control) Removal and 

Installation........................................................10A-*

Clutch Pedal Position (CPP) Switch (for 

Cruise Control) Inspection and Adjustment .....10A-*

Stop (Brake) Lamp Switch Removal and 

Installation........................................................10A-*

Stop (Brake) Lamp Switch Inspection ................10A-*
ECM Removal and Installation...........................10A-*

Specifications..................................................... 10A-*

Tightening Torque Specifications.......................10A-*

Body Electrical Control System ........... 10B-1

Precautions.........................................................10B-1

Precautions in Diagnosing Trouble ...................10B-1

General Description ...........................................10B-1

BCM General Description ................................. 10B-1
CAN Communication System Description.........10B-2

Theft Deterrent Light Description .......................10B-*

Schematic and Routing Diagram......................10B-3

Body Electrical Control System Wiring Circuit 

Diagram ..........................................................10B-3

Connector Layout Diagram of BCM ...................10B-*

Component Location ......................................... 10B-*

BCM and Related System Component 

Location........................................................... 10B-*

Diagnostic Information and Procedures..........10B-4

BCM Self-Diagnosis Function ........................... 10B-*

Body Electrical Control System Check..............10B-4
Scan Tool Data .................................................10B-6
DTC Table.........................................................10B-8

DTC Check........................................................ 10B-*
DTC Clearance ................................................. 10B-*
BCM Power Circuit and Ground Circuit Check .. 10B-*
DTC B1133 (DTC No. 1133): Battery Voltage 

Too High.......................................................... 10B-*

DTC B1141 / B1142 (No. 1141 / No. 1142): 

Outside Air Temperature (Ambient Temp.) 
Sensor Circuit Malfunction ..............................10B-9

DTC B1150 (No. 1150): Air Bag 

Communication Circuit Malfunction................. 10B-*

DTC B1157 (No. 1157): Air Bag Deployment 

Signal Input ..................................................... 10B-*

DTC B1170 (No. 1170): EEPROM Access 

Error ................................................................ 10B-*

DTC U1073 (No. 1073): Control Module 

Communication Bus Off ................................10B-10

DTC U1100 (No. 1100): Lost Communication 

with ECM.......................................................10B-12

DTC U1101 (No. 1101): Lost communication 

with TCM .......................................................10B-14

DTC U1144 (No. 1144): Lost Communication 

with Keyless Start Control Module ................10B-16

Inspection of BCM and its Circuits .................... 10B-*

Repair Instructions ............................................ 10B-*

BCM Removal and Installation.......................... 10B-*
Outside Air Temperature Sensor Removal 

and Installation ................................................ 10B-*

Outside Air Temperature Sensor Inspection ..... 10B-*
DRL Function Setting Procedure ...................... 10B-*

Immobilizer Control System ................. 10C-1

Precautions.........................................................10C-1

Precautions in Diagnosing Troubles .................10C-1

Precaution in Replacing ECM ........................... 10C-*
Precautions in Handling Immobilizer Control 

System ............................................................ 10C-*

General Description ........................................... 10C-*

NOTE
For the items with asterisk (*) in the “CONTENTS” below, refer to the same section of the service manual 
mentioned in the “FOREWORD” of this manual.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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