Suzuki Grand Vitara JB419. Service manual - part 22

 

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Suzuki Grand Vitara JB419. Service manual - part 22

 

 

Engine General Information and Diagnosis:  1A-65

DTC P0611: Fuel injector Control Module Performance Malfunction

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NOTE

• Condition for applying fault finding ONLY to a present fault:

The fault is declared present after:
– Reprogramming the ECM.
– Replacing and programming the ECM.

• If the fault is present:

– Engine speed is limited.
– The Injection warning light (gravity 1 warning light) is lit.

 

Detecting Condition

Troubleshooting for 1.DEF: Internal electronic fault when writing

Troubleshooting for 2.DEF: No code in memory

NOTE
This fault appears on any blank computer (new or recently reprogrammed).

 

Displaying on SUZUKI scan tool

Detecting condition

1.DEF

Internal electronic fault when writing

2.DEF

No code in memory

• Program the fuel injector codes referring to “Registration Procedure for the Fuel Injector Calibration Code in 

Section 1C”.

• If the fault is still present after turning ignition switch OFF and waiting 40 seconds, then a new dialogue.

Program the fuel injector codes again.
If the fault is still present, substitute a known-good ECM and recheck.

• Otherwise clear the fault memory using DTC clearance on SUZUKI Scan tool referring to “DTC Clearance”.

• Program the fuel injector codes referring to “Registration Procedure for the Fuel Injector Calibration Code in 

Section 1C”.

• If the fault is still present after turning ignition switch OFF and waiting 40 seconds, then a new dialogue.

Program the fuel injector codes again.
If the fault is still present, substitute a known-good ECM and recheck.

• Otherwise clear the fault memory using DTC clearance on SUZUKI Scan tool referring to “DTC Clearance”.

1A-66 Engine General Information and Diagnosis: 

DTC P0615: Starter Relay Circuit Malfunction

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NOTE

• Conditions for applying the fault finding procedure to stored faults:

The fault is declared present after several starting attempts, or with the engine running.

• Computer operating voltage: 9 V < operating voltage < 16 V.
• Battery voltage that is too low can cause the Injection warning light (gravity 1 warning light) to come 

on thereby causing other faults to appear.

• Use service wire for all operations on the ECM connectors.

 

Wiring Diagram
For wiring circuit and connector number, refer to “A-5 Engine and A/C Control System Circuit Diagram (DSL) in 
Section 9A”.

Detecting Condition

Troubleshooting

Displaying on SUZUKI scan tool

Detecting condition

1.DEF

Voltage outside permitted range of values

Check continuity and make sure there is no interference resistance on the following connection:
• Between “E82-23” wire of junction block connector and “E66-11” terminal of ECM connector
Repair if necessary.
• Check the condition of “IG COIL” fuse located on the junction block assembly.

Check the condition of the “FI” fuse located on a fuse box No.2.
Repair if necessary.

• If the fault does not reappear, start the engine and wait 1 min.

Carry out a road test and check the system faults.
If there are no faults, fault finding is complete.
If the fault is still present, substitute a known-good ECM and recheck.

Engine General Information and Diagnosis:  1A-67

DTC P0627: Fuel Pump “A” Control Circuit / Open

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NOTE

• Conditions for applying fault finding procedures to stored faults:

The fault is declared present after the engine is started.

• Use service wire for all operations on the ECM connectors.
• This fuel pump is just for balancing the fuel level between the two chambers left side and right side 

of the fuel tank.

 

Wiring Diagram
For wiring circuit and connector number, refer to “A-5 Engine and A/C Control System Circuit Diagram (DSL) in 
Section 9A”.

Detecting Condition

Troubleshooting for CO.0: Open circuit or short circuit to vehicle body ground

Troubleshooting for CC.1: Short circuit to +12 V

Displaying on SUZUKI scan tool

Detecting condition

CO.0

Open circuit or short circuit to vehicle body ground

COC.1

Short circuit to +12 V

Check the condition of the fuel pump relay.
Check the ECM connections.
Repair if necessary.
Check the fuel pump relay mounting connections.
If these checks are correct,
Check the continuity and insulation from vehicle body ground of the following connections:
• Between “E28-4” wire of fuel pump relay mounting connector and “C85-21” terminal of ECM connector
• Between “E28-3” wire of fuel pump relay mounting connector and “E33-6” wire of main relay connector
Repair if necessary.
If the fault is still present, substitute a known-good ECM and recheck.

Check the condition of the fuel pump relay.
Check the ECM connections.
Repair if necessary.
Check the fuel pump relay mounting connections.
Check the continuity and insulation from +12 V of the following connection:
• Between “E28-4” wire of fuel pump relay mounting connector and “C85-21” terminal of ECM connector
Repair if necessary.
If the fault is still present, substitute a known-good ECM and recheck.

1A-68 Engine General Information and Diagnosis: 

DTC P0638: Throttle Actuator Control Range / Performance Malfunction

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CAUTION

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This fault can result in a rapid and significant fouling of the diesel particulate filter.

 

NOTE

• Conditions for applying fault finding procedures to stored faults:

The fault is declared present after:
– The engine is started.
– A  road  test.
– Output test “Electronic Throttle valve” on SUZUKI scan tool.
– Turning OFF ignition switch and waiting 40 seconds.

• If the fault is present:

– It is difficult or even impossible to start the vehicle.
– The engine stops noisily.
– The Injection warning light (gravity 1 warning light) is lit.

• Use service wire for all operations on the ECM connectors.

 

Wiring Diagram
For wiring circuit and connector number, refer to “A-5 Engine and A/C Control System Circuit Diagram (DSL) in 
Section 9A”.

Detecting Condition

Troubleshooting for CC.1: Short circuit to +12 V

NOTE
After any inlet throttle valve procedures, it is necessary to perform “Initialize inlet throttle valve data” 
on SUZUKI scan tool. Then turn OFF ignition switch and wait 40 seconds.

 

Displaying on SUZUKI scan tool

Detecting condition

CC.1

Short circuit to +12 V

CC.0

Short circuit to vehicle body ground

C0

Open circuit

CC

Short circuit

1.DEF

Internal electronic fault

2.DEF

External diagnostics

3.DEF

Values out of range

Check the connections of the inlet throttle valve.
Check the ECM connections.
Repair if necessary.
Check the continuity and insulation from +12 V of the following connection:
• Between “C75-1” wire of inlet throttle valve connector and vehicle body ground
• Between “C75-3” wire of inlet throttle valve connector and “C86-40” terminal of ECM connector
• Between “C75-4” wire of inlet throttle valve connector and “C86-27” terminal of ECM connector
Repair if necessary.
If the fault persists, replace the inlet throttle valve.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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