Suzuki Forenza (2008 year). Instruction - part 13

 

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Suzuki Forenza (2008 year). Instruction - part 13

 

 

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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Chart Symbols
Recommended Fluids and Lubri-
Maintenance Record
I
- Inspect these items and their related
cants
After the scheduled services are per-
parts. Correct, clean, refill, adjust, lubri-
Fluids and lubricants identified below by
formed, record the date, odometer reading
cate, inflate or replace as required.
name, part number or specification may be
and who performed the service and any
obtained from your SUZUKI dealer.
additional information from “Owner Checks
R - Replace or Change
and Services” or “Periodic Maintenance”
Usage
Fluid/Lubricant
on the following record pages. Also, you
NOTE:
should retain all maintenance receipts.
Check the engine oil and engine coolant
SAE 5W30 SM grade
levels weekly.
Engine Oil
or SAE 10W30 SM
grade
*: SUZUKI recommends that this mainte-
nance service be performed at the time/
Engine Coolant
Dex-cool coolant
mileage interval indicated to ensure the
Brake/Clutch
peak performance and long-term reliability
DOT-3
Fluid
of your vehicle. However, the U.S. Envi-
ronmental Protection Agency and the Cali-
Power Steer-
DEXRON® II D or
fornia Air Resources Board have
ing Fluid
DEXRON® III
determined that failure to perform this spe-
Automatic
cific maintenance item will not void your
ESSO LT 71141 or
emission warranty or limit recall liability.
Transaxle
TOTAL ATF H50235
Fluid
Instruction
Transaxle
SAE 75W90
Fluid
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Maintenance Record
Date
Odometer Reading
Serviced By
Maintenance Record
6-11

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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Maintenance Record
Date
Odometer Reading
Serviced By
Maintenance Record
6-12

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GENERAL INFORMATION
GENERAL INFORMATION
Identification Numbers
7-1
Safety Certification Label
7-2
Emission Compliance Label (for U.S.A.)
7-2
Warranties
7-2
On-Board Vehicle Computers and Event Data
Recorders
7-3
Reporting Safety Defects
7-4
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Identification Numbers
The Vehicle Identification Number
(VIN)
Engine Serial Number
may be found in the location shown in the
Vehicle Identification Number
above illustrations. This number is used to
register the vehicle. It is also used to assist
your SUZUKI dealer when ordering parts
EXAMPLE (for some vehicles)
or referring to special service information.
60G128
The engine serial number is stamped on
60G152
the cylinder block as shown in the above
illustration.
54G081
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Safety Certification Label
Emission Compliance Label
Warranties
(for U.S.A.)
The warranties covering your vehicle are
explained in a separate New Vehicle War-
ranty Information booklet given to you at
the time of sale. Please read this booklet
carefully so you can understand your rights
and responsibilities.
For U.S.A.
The following warranties are provided with
your vehicle:
• New Vehicle Limited Warranty
• Limited Warranty For SUZUKI Parts or
Accessories
• Emission Components Defect Warranty
52D059
• Emission Performance Warranty
This label contains important safety-
60A412
related information about your vehicle. The
The EPA emission compliance label is
label is located on the driver’s door lock pil-
located under the hood. It provides much
lar.
of the information needed to perform an
engine tune-up on your vehicle.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
On-Board Vehicle Computers
operation of the vehicle. This stored
In addition, once SUZUKI collects or
information can assist technicians in
receives data, SUZUKI may use the
and Event Data Recorders
repairing the vehicle when malfunc-
data for research conducted by
Your vehicle is equipped with on-board
tions occur. Other information is stored
SUZUKI, make the data available for
computer systems which monitor and
only in the event of crash, by computer
outside research if need is shown and
control several aspects of vehicle per-
systems that are commonly called
confidentiality is assured, or make
formance, including the following:
Event Data Recorders (EDRs).
summary data which does not identify
Emission-related components and
specific vehicles available for outside
In a crash event, EDRs such as the
engine parameters such as engine
research.
Airbag Sensing and Diagnostic Mod-
speed and throttle position are moni-
ule (SDM) in your vehicle may record
Others, such as law enforcement per-
tored to provide emissions control
information about the condition of the
sonnel, may have access to the spe-
and to provide optimum fuel econ-
vehicle and how it was operated, such
cial equipment that can read the
omy. Your vehicle also has an on-
as data related to airbag readiness,
information if they have access to the
board diagnostic system which mon-
airbag performance, safety belt usage,
vehicle or storage device.
itors and records information about
and the severity of the collision. These
emission-related malfunctions.
data can help provide a better under-
Signals from various sensors are
standing of the circumstances in which
monitored to provide air bag deploy-
crashes and injuries occur and lead to
ment.
the designing of safer vehicles. The
If your vehicle is equipped with
SDM in your vehicle does not collect
antilock brakes, conditions such as
or store personal information.
vehicle speed and brake perfor-
mance are monitored, so that the
To read the stored information, special
ABS system can provide effective
equipment is needed and access to
antilock braking. If your vehicle has
the vehicle or storage device is
an Electronic Stability Program
required. SUZUKI will not access infor-
(ESP®) system, conditions such as
mation about a crash event or share it
yaw rate, lateral acceleration, and
with others other than with the consent
brake fluid pressure are monitored,
of the vehicle owner or lessee, in
so that the ESP® system can help
response to an official request from
the driver control the vehicle in diffi-
the police or similar government office,
cult driving situations.
as part of SUZUKI’s defense of litiga-
tion through the discovery process, or
Some information may be stored by
as required by law.
the on-board computers during normal
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Reporting Safety Defects
To contact American Suzuki, owners
in the continental United States can
If you believe that your vehicle has a
call toll-free 1-800-934-0934, or write
defect which could cause a crash or
to:
could cause injury or death, you
should immediately inform the
American Suzuki Motor Corporation
National Highway Traffic Safety
Automotive Customer Relations
Administration (NHTSA) in addition to
3251 East Imperial Highway
notifying American Suzuki Motor Corp.
Brea, CA 92821-6795
If NHTSA receives similar complaints,
For owners outside the continental
it may open an investigation, and if it
United States, please refer to the dis-
finds that a safety defect exists in a
tributor’s address listed in your War-
group of vehicles, it may order a recall
ranty Information booklet.
and remedy campaign. However,
For vehicles registered for use and
NHTSA cannot become involved in
principally operated in Canada please
individual problems between you, your
contact Suzuki Canada Inc. at 1-905-
SUZUKI dealer, or American Suzuki
889-2677 extension 2254 or write to:
Motor Corp.
Suzuki Canada Inc.
To contact NHTSA, you may call the
Customer Relations
Vehicle Safety Hotline toll-free at
1-
100 East Beaver Creek Road
888-327-4236 (TTY: 1-800-424-9153);
Richmond Hill, On
L4B 1J6
to: Administrator, NHTSA,
400 Sev-
enth Street, SW., Washington, D.C.
20590. You can also obtain other infor-
mation about motor vehicle safety
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INDEX
INDEX
A
CD CHANGER OPERATION (Optional)
3-44
Accessory Power Outlet
3-11
Center High-Mounted Stop Lamp (Sedan)
5-25
Adding Equipment to the Outside of Your Vehicle
5-1
Center High-Mounted Stop Lamp (Wagon)
5-25
Adding Equipment to Your Air Bag-Equipped Vehicle
1-32
Central Door Locking System
2-5
Additives
5-2
Changing a Flat Tire
5-39
Add-On Electrical Equipment
5-49
Charging System Light
3-20
Air Bag Readiness Light
3-20
Checking Things Under the Hood
5-4
Antenna
2-25
Checking Your Restraint Systems
1-34
Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS)
4-3
Chemical Paint Spotting
5-48
Anti-Lock Brake System Warning Light
3-21
Child Restraint Systems
1-19
Appearance Care
5-45
Child Restraints
1-16
Ashtrays and Cigarette Lighter
3-11
City Driving
4-10
Audio System
3-28
Cleaning the Inside of Your Vehicle
5-45
Automatic Transmission Fluid
5-10
Cleaning the Outside of Your Vehicle
5-46
8
Automatic Transmission Operation
2-13
Climate Control System
3-13
Climate Controls
3-13
8
B
Clock
3-12
Battery
5-20
Control of a Vehicle
4-2
Before Driving
2-11
Coolant Surge Tank Pressure Cap
5-14
Before Leaving on a Long Trip
4-11
Cooling System
5-15
Brake System Warning Light
3-21
Correcting the Tire Pressure
5-34
Brakes
5-18
Cruise Control
3-7
Braking
4-3
Cruise Control Light
3-25
Bulb Replacement
5-23
Cupholder(s)
2-22
Buying New Tires
5-37
D
C
Daily Inspection Checklist
2-11
California Fuel
5-1
Daytime Running Lamps Indicator Light
3-26
Capacities
5-54
Defensive Driving
4-1
Capacities and Specifications
5-54
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INDEX
Doing Your Own Service Work
5-1
Front Fog Lamps
5-25
Door Ajar Light
3-26
Front Seats
1-1
Door Ajar Reminder
2-5
Front Sidemarker Lamps
5-24
Door Locks
2-4
Front Storage Area
2-23
Doors and Locks
2-4
Front Turn Signal Lamps
5-24
Driver Position
1-7
Fuel
5-1
Driver Seat Height Adjuster
1-2
Fuel Gauge
3-25
Driving at Night
4-8
Fuels in Foreign Countries
5-2
Driving in Rain and on Wet Roads
4-9
Fuses and Circuit Breakers
5-50
Drunken Driving
4-1
G
E
Gasoline Octane
5-1
Electrical System
5-49
General Information
6-1
Emission Compliance Label (for U.S.A.)
7-2
Glossary of Tire Terminology
5-31
Engine Air Cleaner/Filter
5-9
Glove Box
2-22
Engine Compartment Overview
5-6
H
Engine Coolant
5-12
Halogen Bulbs
5-23
Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge
3-22
Hazard Warning Flashers
3-3
Engine Exhaust
2-20
Head Restraints
1-3
Engine Oil
5-7
Headlamp Aiming
5-23
Engine Overheating
5-14
Headlamp Wiring
5-49
Engine Serial Number
7-1
Headlamps
5-24
Exterior Lamps
3-9
Highbeam On Light
3-25
F
Highway Hypnosis
4-12
Filling a Portable Fuel Container
5-4
Hill and Mountain Roads
4-12
Filling Your Tank
5-2
Hold Mode Light
3-22
Finish Damage
5-48
Hood Release
5-4
Floor Net (Wagon only)
2-24
Horn
3-3
Fog Lamp Light
3-24
How Does an Air Bag Restrain?
1-33
Folding Rear Seat
1-4
How to Wear Safety Belts Properly
1-7
Freeway Driving
4-11
Hydraulic Clutch
5-12
Front Armrest Storage Area
2-23
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INDEX
I
Maintenance Recommended under Severe Driving
Identification Numbers
7-1
Conditions
6-6
If a Tire Goes Flat
5-39
Maintenance Record
6-10
Ignition Positions
2-12
Malfunction Indicator Lamp
3-22
Infants and Young Children
1-17
Instruction Lumbar
1-2
Instrument Panel Cluster
3-18
Instruction Rearview Mirror
2-21
Instrument Panel Overview (Sedan)
3-1
Instruction Seats (With Sliding Storage Tray)
1-1
Instrument Panel Overview (Wagon)
3-2
Instruction Seats (Without Sliding Storage Tray)
1-1
Interior Lamps
3-10
Instruction Transmission Fluid
5-11
J
Instruction Transmission Operation
2-16
Instruction Windows
2-8
Jump Starting
5-20
Mirrors
2-21
K
N
Keys
2-1
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
L
(NHTSA)
7-4
Lap-Shoulder Belt
1-11
New Vehicle Break-In
2-12
Leaving Your Vehicle
2-6
O
License Plate Lamps
5-27
Off-Road Recovery
4-6
Liftgate (Wagon)
2-8
Oil Pressure Light
3-24
Loading Your Vehicle
4-17
Older Children
1-16
Lockout Protection
2-6
On-Board Vehicle Computers and Event Data
Loss of Control
4-7
Recorders
7-3
Low Fuel Warning Light
3-25
Outlet Adjustment
3-17
Lower Anchorages and Top Tethers for Children
Outside Convex Mirror
2-22
(LATCH System)
1-23
Outside Heated Mirrors
2-22
Luggage Compartment Cover (Wagon only)
2-25
Outside Instruction Mirror
2-21
Luggage Compartment Lamp
5-26
Outside Power Mirrors
2-21
M
P
Maintenance
6-2
Parking Brake
2-17
Maintenance Recommended under Normal Driving
Parking Over Things That Can Burn
2-19
Conditions
6-2
Parking Your Vehicle (Instruction Transmission)
2-19
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INDEX
Passenger Air Bag Off Indicator
3-26
Running Your Engine While You Are Parked
2-20
Passenger Compartment Air Filter
3-17
S
Passenger Sensing System
1-31
Safety Belt: They are for Everyone
1-5
Power Door Locks
2-5
Safety Belt Extender
1-15
Power Steering Fluid
5-17
Safety Belt Pretensioner System
1-14
Power Windows
2-9
Safety Belt Reminder Light
3-19
Power Windows and Other Power Options
5-50
Safety Belt Reminder Tone
3-19
Q
Safety Belt Use During Pregnancy
1-10
Questions and Answers About Safety Belts
1-7
Safety Belts
1-5
R
Safety Certification Label
7-2
Radio with Six-Disc CD (Double Display, MP3/WMA)
Scheduled Maintenance Services
6-2
(AGH-5400)
3-37
Securing a Child Restraint Designed for the LATCH
Rear Center Seat Belt (Sedan only)
1-13
System
1-24
Rear Door Security Locks
2-5
Securing a Child Restraint in a Rear Seat Position
1-25
Rear Seat Armrest
2-23
Securing a Child Restraint in the Right Front Seat
Rear Seat Passengers
1-11
Position
1-26
Rear Seats
1-4
Securing a Child Restraint with Top Strap
1-22
Rear Sidemarker Lamps
5-27
Selecting the Right Condition
6-1
Rear Window and Outside Rearview Mirror Defogger
3-16
Service
5-1
Rear Window Washer/Wiper
3-7
Servicing Your Air Bag-Equipped Vehicle
1-34
Reclining Seatbacks
1-2
Sheet Metal Damage
5-48
Recommended Fluids and Lubricants
6-10
Shifting Into Park (P)
2-18
Recreational Vehicle Towing
4-16
Shifting Out of Park (P)
2-18
Remote Keyless Entry System
2-1
Side Storage Box (Wagon only)
2-24
Remote Keyless Entry System Operation
2-2
Spare Tire
5-44
Replacement Bulbs
5-27
Specifications
5-54
Replacing Restraint System Parts After a Crash
1-35
Speed Sensitive Power Steering (SSPS) Warning
Reporting Safety Defects
7-4
Light
3-22
Restraint System Check
1-34
Speedometer and Odometer
3-18
Right Front Passenger Position
1-11
Starting and Operating Your Vehicle
2-12
Roof Rack (Wagon only)
2-25
Starting Your Engine
2-13
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INDEX
Steering
4-5
Turn Signal/Multifunction Lever
3-4
STEERING WHEEL REMOTE OPERATION
3-36, 3-44
U
Storage Areas
2-22
Under Floor Bins (Wagon only)
2-24
Sun Visors
2-9
Underbody Maintenance
5-48
Sunglasses Storage Compartment
2-23
Uniform Tire Quality Grading
5-37
Sunroof
2-26
V
Supplemental Restraint System (air bags)
1-27
Vehicle Care/Appearance Materials
5-48
T
Vehicle Identification
5-49
Tachometer
3-19
Vehicle Identification Number
7-1
Tail/Stop Lamps, Turn Signal Lamps and Backup
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
5-49
Lamps (Sedan)
5-26
Vehicle Loading
5-36
Tail/Stop Lamps, Turn Signal Lamps and Backup
W
Lamps (Wagon)
5-26
Warning Lights, Gauges and Indicators
3-18
Theft-Deterrent Systems
2-10
Warranties
7-2
Tilt Wheel
3-4
Weatherstrips
5-46
Tire Chains
5-39
What Makes an Air Bag Inflate?
1-33
Tire Inflation Pressure
5-35
What Will You See After an Air Bag Inflates?
1-33
Tire Inspection and Rotation
5-35
Wheel Alignment and Tire Balance
5-38
Tire Pressure Monitoring System
5-33
Wheel Replacement
5-38
Tire Pressure Monitoring System Warning Light
3-26
When It Is Time for New Tires
5-36
Tire Sidewall Labeling
5-28
When Should an Air Bag Inflate?
1-32
Tire Size
5-30
When to Add Engine Oil
5-7
Tires
5-28
Where Are the Air Bags?
1-30
Top Strap
1-21
Where to Put the Restraint
1-20
Top Strap Anchor Location
1-22
Windows
2-8
Towing
4-16
Windshield Washer Fluid
5-18
Towing a Trailer
4-19
Windshield Wiper Blade Replacement
5-28
Towing Your Vehicle
4-16
Windshield Wiper Fuses
5-49
Trip Odometer
3-19
Windshield Wiper/Washer Lever
3-5
Trunk (Sedan)
2-6
Winter Driving
4-13
Trunk Ajar Light
3-26
8-5

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INDEX
Y
Your Driving, the Road, and Your Vehicle
4-1
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