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Suzuki Grand Vitara JB416 / JB420 (ESP model). Service manual - part 106

 

 

10C-9 Immobilizer Control System: 

Troubleshooting

Step

Action

Yes

No

1

Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) confirmation
1) Clear DTC(s) referring to “Diagnostic Trouble Code 

(DTC) Clearance in related manual”.

2) Turn the ignition switch to OFF position.
3) Check if any DTC is detected referring to “Diagnostic 

Trouble Code (DTC) Check in related manual”.

Is DTC P1618 still detected?

Go to Step 2.

The troubleshooting is 
completed.

2

Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) check in ECM

Is any DTC other than P1618 detected in Step 1?

Perform the 
troubleshooting 
referring to the 
corresponding 
flowchart.

Go to Step 3.

3

Poor connection check at ECM, ABS/ESP

® control 

module and keyless start control module connectors
1) With the ignition key at OFF position, check each 

connector and wire terminal at ECM, ABS/ESP

® control 

module and keyless control module for secure 
connection.

Is each connector and wire terminal connected securely?

Go to Step 4.

Repair poor 
connection(s).

4

Check for open and high resistance in CAN 
communication wire circuits between ABS/ESP

® 

control module and keyless start control module
1) Disconnect connector “E03” from ABS control module or 

“E53” from ESP

® control module.

2) Disconnect connector “G42” from keyless start control 

module.

3) Measure resistance at the following wire terminals.

Vehicle equipped without ESP

® control module

• Between “E03-12” wire terminal at ABS connector 

and “G42-19” wire terminal at keyless start control 
module connector

• Between “E03-6” wire terminal at ABS connector and 

“G42-18” wire terminal at keyless start control module 
connector

Vehicle equipped with ESP

® control module

• Between “E53-13” wire terminal at ESP

® control 

module connector and “G42-19” wire terminal at 
keyless start control module connector

• Between “E53-44” wire terminal at ESP

® control 

module connector and “G42-18” wire terminal at 
keyless start control module connector

Is each resistance 1 

 or less?

Go to Step 5.

Repair open or high 
resistance in 
malfunctional wire 
circuit.

Immobilizer Control System:  10C-10

5

Check for short between CAN communication wire 
circuits between ABS/ESP

® control module and keyless 

start control module
1) Disconnect connector “G31” from BCM connector.
2) Disconnect connector “G28” from combination meter.
3) Measure resistance at the following wire terminals.

Vehicle equipped without ESP

® control module

• Between “E03-12” wire terminal at ABS control 

module connector and “G42-18” wire terminal at 
keyless start control module connector.

Vehicle equipped with ESP

® system

• Between “E53-13” wire terminal at ESP

® control 

module connector and “G42-18” wire terminal at 
keyless start control module connector

Is resistance infinite?

Go to Step 6.

Repair short between 
CAN communication 
wire circuits.

6

Check for short to ground wire circuit in CAN 
communication wire circuits
1) Measure resistance at the following wire terminals.

Vehicle equipped without ESP

® system

• Between “E03-6” wire terminal at ABS control module 

connector and body ground

• Between “E03-12” wire terminal at ABS control 

module connector and body ground

Vehicle equipped with ESP

® system

• Between “E53-13” wire terminal at ESP

® control 

module connector and body ground

• Between “E53-44” wire terminal at ESP

® control 

module connector and body ground

Is resistance infinite?

Go to Step 7.

Repair short to ground 
wire circuit in CAN 
communication wire 
circuits.

7

Check for short to power supply wire circuit in CAN 
communication wire circuits
1) Measure resistance at the following wire terminals with 

the ignition switch at ON position.
Vehicle equipped without ESP

® system

• Between “E03-6” wire terminal at ABS control 

module connector and body ground

• Between “E03-12” wire terminal at ABS control 

module connector and body ground

Vehicle equipped with ESP

® system

• Between “E53-13” wire terminal at ESP

® control 

module connector and body ground

• Between “E53-44” wire terminal at ESP

® control 

module connector and body ground

Is voltage 0 V?

Go to Step 8.

Repair short to power 
supply wire circuit in 
CAN communication 
wire circuits.

8

Check of keyless start control module power and 
ground wire circuits
1) Check keyless start control module power and ground 

wire circuits referring to “Keyless Start Control Module 
Power and Ground Circuit Check in Section 10E in 
related manual”.

Are they in normal?

Replace keyless start 
control module with a 
known-good one and 
recheck.

Repair malfunctional 
wire circuit.

Step

Action

Yes

No

10C-11 Immobilizer Control System: 

DTC P1621: Immobilizer Communication Line Error

S5JB0EA304012

Wiring Diagram
Refer to “Immobilizer Control System Wiring Circuit Diagram”

Detecting Condition and Trouble Area

Troubleshooting

Detecting Condition

Trouble Area

Communication error between immobilizer control module 
(ICM) and ECM is detected by ECM.

• Related fuse(s) blown
• Poor connection at immobilizer control module (ICM) 

connector

• Poor connection at ECM connector
• Open in power supply wire circuit
• Open in ground wire circuit
• Open in communication wire circuits
• Short to ground wire circuit in communication wire 

circuits

• Short to power supply wire circuit in communication 

wire circuits

• Short of communication wire circuits
• Immobilizer control module (ICM) faulty
• ECM faulty

Step

Action

Yes

No

1

Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) confirmation
1) Clear DTC(s) referring to “Diagnostic Trouble Code 

(DTC) Clearance in related manual”.

2) Turn the ignition switch to OFF position.
3) Check if any DTC is detected referring to “Diagnostic 

Trouble Code (DTC) Check in related manual”.

Is DTC P1621 still detected?

Go to Step 2.

The troubleshooting is 
completed.

2

Fuse check
1) Check if any related fuse is blown.

Is any fuse blown?

Replace blown fuse(s) 
with new one(s).

Go to Step 3.

3

Immobilizer control module (ICM) poor connection 
check
1) Disconnect immobilizer control module (ICM) connector 

“G24” referring to “Immobilizer Control Module (ICM) 
Removal and Installation in related manual”.

2) Check if wire connections are normal at immobilizer 

control module (ICM) connector “G24”.

Is each wire connection normal?

Go to Step 4.

Repair poor 
connection(s).

4

ECM poor connection check
1) Disconnect ECM connector “E23” referring to “Engine 

Control Module (ECM) Removal and Installation in 
Section 1C in related manual”.

2) Check if wire connections at “E23-13” and “E23-28” wire 

terminals are normal.

Is each wire connection normal?

Go to Step 5.

Repair poor 
connection(s).

Immobilizer Control System:  10C-12

5

Check for open in power supply wire circuit
1) Connect immobilizer control module (ICM) connector 

“G24” referring to “Immobilizer Control Module (ICM) 
Removal and Installation in related manual”.

2) With the ignition switch at ON position, check voltage 

between “G24-1” wire terminal at immobilizer control 
module (ICM) and body ground.

Is voltage about 12 V?

Go to Step 6.

Repair open in power 
supply wire circuit.

6

Check for open in ground wire circuit
1) With the ignition switch at ON position, check voltage 

between “G24-2” wire terminal at immobilizer control 
module (ICM) and body ground.

Is voltage 0?

Go to Step 7.

Repair open in ground 
wire circuit.

7

Check for open in communication wire circuit
1) Disconnect immobilizer control module (ICM) connector 

“G24” referring to “Immobilizer Control Module (ICM) 
Removal and Installation in related manual”.

2) Disconnect ECM connector “E23” referring to “Engine 

Control Module (ECM) Removal and Installation in 
Section 1C in related manual”.

3) Check resistance between “G24-3” wire terminal at 

immobilizer control module (ICM) connector and “E23-
28” wire terminal at ECM connector.

Is resistance infinite?

Repair open in 
communication wire 
circuit.

Go to Step 8.

8

Check for short to ground circuit in communication wire 
circuit
1) With immobilizer control module (ICM) connector “G24” 

and ECM connector “E23” disconnected, check 
resistance between “G24-3” wire terminal at immobilizer 
control module (ICM) connector and body ground.

Is resistance infinite?

Go to Step 9.

Repair short to ground 
wire circuit in 
communication wire 
circuit.

9

Check for short to power circuit in communication wire 
circuit
1) With immobilizer control module (ICM) connector “G24” 

and ECM connector “E23” disconnected, turn the ignition 
switch to ON position.

2) Check voltage between “G24-3” wire terminal at 

immobilizer control module (ICM) connector and body 
ground.

Is voltage 0 V?

Go to Step 10.

Repair short to power 
supply wire circuit in 
communication wire 
circuit.

10 Check for open in communication wire circuit

1) With immobilizer control module (ICM) connector “G24” 

and ECM connector “E23” disconnected, check 
resistance between “G24-4” wire terminal at immobilizer 
control module (ICM) connector and “E23-13” wire 
terminal at ECM connector.

Is resistance infinite?

Repair open in 
communication wire 
circuit.

Go to Step 11.

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