Suzuki XL7 (2007 year). Instruction - part 16

 

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Suzuki XL7 (2007 year). Instruction - part 16

 

 

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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
MEMO
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GENERAL INFORMATION
GENERAL INFORMATION
Identification Numbers
7-1
Safety Certification Label
7-1
Emission Compliance Label (for U.S.A.)
7-2
Warranties
7-2
On-Board Vehicle Computers and Event Data
Recorders
7-2
Reporting Safety Defects
7-3
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Identification Numbers
Engine Serial Number
Safety Certification Label
Vehicle Identification Number
EXAMPLE (for some vehicles)
60G128
52D059
The engine serial number is stamped on
60G152
This label contains important safety-
the cylinder block as shown in the above
related information about your vehicle. The
The Vehicle Identification Number
(VIN)
illustration.
label is located on the driver’s door lock pil-
may be found in the location shown in the
lar.
above illustrations. This number is used to
register the vehicle. It is also used to assist
your dealer when ordering parts or refer-
ring to special service information.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Emission Compliance Label
Warranties
On-Board Vehicle Computers
(for U.S.A.)
The warranties covering your vehicle are
and Event Data Recorders
explained in a separate New Vehicle War-
Your vehicle, like other modern motor
ranty Information booklet given to you at
vehicles, has a number of sophisti-
the time of sale. Please read this booklet
cated computer systems that monitor
carefully so you can understand your rights
and control several aspects of the
and responsibilities.
vehicle’s performance. Your vehicle
uses on-board vehicle computers to
For U.S.A.
The following warranties are provided with
monitor emission control components
your vehicle:
to optimize fuel economy, to monitor
New Vehicle Limited Warranty
conditions for airbag deployment and,
Limited Warranty For SUZUKI Parts or
if so equipped, to provide anti-lock
Accessories
braking and to help the driver control
Emission Components Defect Warranty
the vehicle in difficult driving situa-
Emission Performance Warranty
tions. Some information may be stored
60A412
during regular operations to facilitate
repair of detected malfunctions; other
The EPA emission compliance label is
information is stored only in a crash
located under the hood. It provides much
event by computer systems, such as
of the information needed to perform an
those commonly called event data
engine tune-up on your vehicle.
recorders (EDR).
In a crash event, computer systems,
such as the Airbag Sensing and Diag-
nostic Module (SDM) in your vehicle
may record information about the con-
dition of the vehicle and how it was
operated, such as data related to
engine speed, brake application, throt-
tle position, vehicle speed, safety belt
usage, airbag readiness, airbag per-
formance, and the severity of a colli-
sion. This information has been used
to improve vehicle crash performance
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GENERAL INFORMATION
and may be used to improve crash
Others, such as law enforcement, may
Reporting Safety Defects
performance of future vehicles and
have access to the special equipment
If you believe that your vehicle has a
driving safety. Unlike the data record-
that can read the information if they
defect which could cause a crash or
ers on many airplanes, these on-board
have access to the vehicle
or
the
could cause injury or death, you
systems do not record sounds, such
device that stores the data.
should immediately inform the
as conversation of vehicle occupants.
National Highway Traffic Safety
To read this information, special
Administration (NHTSA) in addition to
equipment is needed and access to
notifying American Suzuki Motor Corp.
the vehicle or the device that stores
If NHTSA receives similar complaints,
the data is required. Suzuki will not
it may open an investigation, and if it
access information about a crash
finds that a safety defect exists in a
event or share it with others other
group of vehicles, it may order a recall
than:
and remedy campaign. However,
• with the consent of the vehicle
NHTSA cannot become involved in
owner or, if the vehicle is leased,
individual problems between you, your
with the consent of the lessee,
dealer, or American Suzuki Motor
• in response to an official request of
Corp.
police or similar government office,
• as part of Suzuki’s defense of litiga-
To contact NHTSA, you may call the
tion through the discovery process,
Vehicle Safety Hotline toll-free at
1-
or
888-327-4236 (TTY: 1-800-424-9153);
• as required by law.
to: Administrator, NHTSA, 400 Sev-
In addition, once Suzuki collects or
enth Street, SW., Washington, D.C.
receives data, Suzuki may:
20590. You can also obtain other
• use the data for Suzuki research
information about motor vehicle safety
needs,
• make it available for research where
appropriate confidentiality is to be
maintained and need is shown, or
• share summary data which is not
tied to a specific vehicle with non-
Suzuki organizations for research
purposes.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
To contact American Suzuki, owners
in the continental United States can
call toll-free 1-800-934-0934, or write
to:
American Suzuki Motor Corporation
Automotive Customer Relations
3251 East Imperial Highway
Brea, CA 92821-6795
For owners outside the continental
United States, please refer to the dis-
tributor’s address listed in your War-
ranty Information booklet.
For vehicles registered for use and
principally operated in Canada please
contact Suzuki Canada Inc. at 1-905-
889-2677 extension 2254 or write to:
Suzuki Canada Inc.
Customer Relations
100 East Beaver Creek Road
Richmond Hill, On
L4B 1J6
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INDEX
INDEX
A
Automatic Transaxle Operation
2-14
Accessories and Modifications
5-1
B
Accessory Power Outlet(s)
3-10
Battery
5-18
Adding Equipment to the Outside of Your Vehicle
5-1
Battery Run-Down Protection
3-9
Adding Equipment to Your Airbag-Equipped Vehicle
1-42
Battery Warning Light
3-19
Additional Required Services
6-11
Before Driving
2-11
Additional Required Services except CANADA
6-6
Before Leaving on a Long Trip
4-12
Additives
5-2
Brake System Warning Light
3-19
Add-On Electrical Equipment
5-53
Brakes
5-17
Airbag Readiness Light
3-16
Braking
4-3
Airbag System
1-33
Bulb Replacement
5-23
All-Wheel Drive
5-22
Buying New Tires
5-34
All-Wheel Drive (AWD) System
4-6
C
All-Wheel Drive Disabled Light
3-25
California Fuel
5-2
8
Aluminum Wheels
5-50
California Proposition 65 Warning
5-1
Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS)
4-4
Capacities and Specifications
5-57
8
Anti-Lock Brake System Warning Light
3-20
Care of Safety Belts
5-49
Appearance Care
5-48
Care of the CD and DVD Player
3-74
Assist Handles
2-22
Care of Your CDs and DVDs
3-74
At Each Fuel Fill
6-14
Cargo Lamp
3-9
At Least Once a Month
6-14
Carrier Assembly-Differential (Rear Drive Module)
5-22
At Least Once a Year
6-14
Center Console Storage Area
2-22
Audio Steering Wheel Controls
3-73
Change Engine Oil Light
3-24
Audio System(s)
3-39
Changing a Flat Tire
5-38
Automatic Climate Control System
3-10
Checking the Restraint Systems
1-42
Automatic Dimming Rearview Mirror
2-20
Checking Things Under the Hood
5-5
Automatic Dimming Rearview Mirror with Compass
2-20
Chemical Paint Spotting
5-51
Automatic Transaxle Fluid
5-10
Child Restraint Systems
1-21
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INDEX
Child Restraints
1-18
E
City Driving
4-11
Electric Power Management
3-9
Cleaning Exterior Lamps/Lenses
5-50
Electrical System
5-53
Cleaning the Inside of Your Vehicle
5-48
Electronic Stability Control
4-5
Climate Controls
3-10
Emission Compliance Label (for U.S.A.)
7-2
Compact Spare Tire
5-47
Engine Air Cleaner/Filter
5-9
Configurations for Use of Three Child Restraints
1-25
Engine Compartment Overview
5-6
Configurations for Use of Two Child Restraints
1-24
Engine Coolant
5-11
Control of a Vehicle
4-3
Engine Coolant Heater
2-14
Convenience Net
2-23
Engine Coolant Temperature Gage
3-21
Cooling System
5-13
Engine Coolant Temperature Warning Light
3-20
Cruise Control
3-5
Engine Drive Belt Routing
6-17
Cruise Control Light
3-24
Engine Exhaust
2-19
Cupholder(s)
2-21
Engine Oil
5-7
D
Engine Oil Life System
5-8
Daily Inspection Checklist
2-11, 2-12
Engine Overheating
5-12
Delayed Locking
2-6
Engine Serial Number
7-1
DIC Operation and Displays
3-27
F
DIC Vehicle Personalization
3-35
Fabric/Carpet
5-48
DIC Warnings and Messages
3-30
Filling a Portable Fuel Container
5-4
Doing Your Own Service Work
5-1
Filling the Tank
5-3
Dome Lamp
3-8
Finish Care
5-50
Door Ajar Light
3-25
Finish Damage
5-51
Door Locks
2-5
Fog Lamp Light
3-24
Doors and Locks
2-5
Fog Lamps
3-8
Driver Information Center (DIC)
3-27
For CANADA Scheduled Maintenance
6-8
Driver Position
1-11
Freeway Driving
4-11
Driver Seat Height Adjuster
1-1
Front Seats
1-1
Driving at Night
4-9
Fuel
5-2
Driving in Rain and on Wet Roads
4-10
Fuel Gage
3-26
Drunken Driving
4-1
Fuels in Foreign Countries
5-3
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INDEX
Fuses and Circuit Breakers
5-53
J
G
Jump Starting
5-19
Gasoline Octane
5-2
K
Gasoline Specifications
5-2
Keys
2-1
Gate Ajar Light
3-25
L
Glove Box
2-21
Leather
5-49
H
Level Control
4-21
Halogen Bulbs
5-23
License Plate Lamp
5-24
Hazard Warning Flashers
3-3
Liftgate
2-7
Head Restraints
1-4
Loading Your Vehicle
4-16
Headlamps
3-7
Lockout Protection
2-6
Heated Seats
1-2
Loss of Control
4-8
Highbeam On Light
3-25
Low Fuel Warning Light
3-26
Highway Hypnosis
4-12
Lower Anchors
1-26
Hill and Mountain Roads
4-13
Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children (LATCH)
1-26
Hood Release
5-5
Luggage Carrier
2-22
Horn
3-3
M
How Does an Airbag Restrain?
1-38
Maintenance Record except CANADA
6-18
How to Wear Safety Belts Properly
1-11
Maintenance Requirements
6-1
I
Maintenance Schedule
6-1
Identification Numbers
7-1
Malfunction Indicator Lamp
3-21
If a Tire Goes Flat
5-37
Instruction Lumbar
1-2
If Your Vehicle is Stuck in Sand, Mud, Ice, or Snow
4-16
Instruction Rearview Mirror
2-20
Ignition Positions
2-12
Instruction Reclining Seatbacks
1-2
Infants and Young Children
1-19
Instruction Seats
1-1
Inflation - Tire Pressure
5-30
Instruction Shift Mode (MSM) (Automatic Transaxle)
2-16
Instrument Panel Brightness
3-8
Map Lamps
3-9
Instrument Panel Cluster
3-15
Mirrors
2-20
Instrument Panel Overview
3-1
Multi-Band Antenna
3-74
Instrument Panel, Vinyl, and Other Plastic Surfaces
5-49
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INDEX
N
Power Windows and Other Power Options
5-53
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Programmable Automatic Door Locks
2-6
(NHTSA)
7-3
Q
Navigation/Radio System
3-67
Questions and Answers About Safety Belts
1-10
New Vehicle Break-In
2-12
R
Normal Maintenance Replacement Parts
6-17
Radio Reception
3-74
O
Radio with CD (Base)
3-41
Off-Road Recovery
4-7
Radio with CD (MP3)
3-44
Oil Pressure Light
3-23
Radio with CD and DVD (MP3)
3-49
Older Children
1-18
Rear Air Conditioning and Heating System
3-13
On-Board Vehicle Computers and Event Data
Rear Air Conditioning and Heating System and
Recorders
7-2
Electronic Climate Controls
3-14
Other Warning Devices
3-3
Rear Door Security Locks
2-6
Outlet Adjustment
3-13
Rear Seat Entertainment System
3-67
Outside Convex Mirrors
2-21
Rear Seat Passengers
1-15
Outside Power Mirrors
2-21
Rear Seats
1-6
Owner Checks and Services
6-13
Rear Window Wiper/Washer
3-5
P
Recommended Fluids and Lubricants
6-16
Parking Brake
2-17
Recreational Vehicle Towing
4-20
Parking Over Things That Burn
2-18
Reduced Engine Power Light
3-24
Passenger Airbag Status Indicator
3-17
Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) System
2-1
Passenger Compartment Air Filter
3-14
Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) System Operation
2-2
Passenger Folding Seatback
1-5
Remote Vehicle Start
2-4
Passenger Safety Belt Reminder Light
3-16
Replacement Bulbs
5-24
Passenger Sensing System
1-39
Replacing Restraint System Parts After a Crash
1-43
Passing
4-7
Reporting Safety Defects
7-3
PASS-Key® III+
2-10
Restraint System Check
1-42
Power Door Locks
2-5
Retained Accessory Power (RAP)
2-13
Power Seat
1-1
Right Front Passenger Position
1-15
Power Steering Fluid
5-16
Running the Engine While Parked
2-19
Power Windows
2-8
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INDEX
S
Sun Visors
2-9
Safety Belt Extender
1-18
Sunroof
2-24
Safety Belt Pretensioners
1-18
T
Safety Belt Reminder Light
3-16
Tachometer
3-16
Safety Belts: They Are for Everyone
1-9
Taillamps, Turn Signal, Stoplamps and Back-up
Safety Certification Label
7-1
Lamps
5-23
Scheduled Maintenance
6-2
Theft-Deterrent Feature
3-73
Scheduled Maintenance except CANADA
6-3
Theft-Deterrent Systems
2-9
Securing a Child Restraint Designed for the LATCH
Tilt Wheel
3-3
System
1-28
Tire Chains
5-37
Securing a Child Restraint in a Rear Seat Position
1-29
Tire Inspection and Rotation
5-33
Securing a Child Restraint in the Right Front Seat
Tire Pressure Light
3-21
Position
1-31
Tire Pressure Monitor System
5-31
Securing an Add-on Child Restraint in the Vehicle
1-23
Tire Sidewall Labeling
5-26
Securing the Child Within the Child Restraint
1-23
Tire Size
5-27
Security Light
3-24
Tire Terminology and Definitions
5-28
Service
5-1
Tires
5-26, 5-51
Service All-Wheel Drive Light
3-25
Top Tether Anchor
1-27
Service Parts Identification Label
5-53
Towing
4-20
Service Vehicle Soon Light
3-26
Towing Your Vehicle
4-20
Servicing Your Airbag-Equipped Vehicle
1-42
Traction Control System (TCS)
4-5
Sheet Metal Damage
5-51
Traction Control System (TCS) Warning Light
3-20
Shifting Into Park (P)
2-17
Transfer Case (Power Transfer Unit)
5-22
Shifting Out of Park (P)
2-18
Trip Odometer
3-15
Speedometer and Odometer
3-15
Turn Signal/Multifunction Lever
3-3
Split Folding the Second Row Seat
1-6
U
Starting and Operating Your Vehicle
2-12
Underbody Maintenance
5-51
Starting the Engine
2-13
Uniform Tire Quality Grading
5-35
Steering
4-6
Using the Maintenance Schedule
6-1
Storage Areas
2-21
V
Storing a Full-Sized Flat Tire
5-46
Vehicle Care/Appearance Materials
5-52
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INDEX
Vehicle Identification
5-52
Vehicle Identification Number
7-1
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
5-52
W
Warning Lights, Gages, and Indicators
3-15
Warranties
7-2
Washing Your Vehicle
5-49
Weatherstrips
5-49
What Makes an Airbag Inflate?
1-38
What Will You See After an Airbag Inflates?
1-38
Wheel Alignment and Tire Balance
5-36
Wheel Replacement
5-37
When It Is Time for New Tires
5-34
When Should an Airbag Inflate?
1-37
Where Are the Airbags?
1-35
Where to Put the Restraint
1-24
Windows
2-8
Windshield and Wiper Blades
5-50
Windshield Washer
3-5
Windshield Washer Fluid
5-16
Windshield Wiper Blade Replacement
5-25
Windshield Wiper Fuses
5-53
Windshield Wipers
3-4
Winter Driving
4-14
Y
Your Driving, the Road, and Your Vehicle
4-1
Your Vehicle and the Environment
6-1
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