Suzuki Kizashi (2010 year). Instruction - part 7

 

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Suzuki Kizashi (2010 year). Instruction - part 7

 

 

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BEFORE DRIVING
Warning and Indicator
Master Warning
Sound
Cause and Remedy
Message
Indicator
Off
“Ping” (one time from interior
Fuel is low. Refill immediately. (#1)
buzzer)
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Blinks
“Ping” (one time from interior
The steering lock is not disengaged. While
buzzer)
lightly turning the steering wheel in both
directions, press the engine switch again.
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(#1) This message will disappear for a while even if the problem that caused the message to appear is not corrected.
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BEFORE DRIVING
Warning and Indicator
Master Warning
Sound
Cause and Remedy
Message
Indicator
EXAMPLE
Off
Off
The road may be icy. Drive very carefully.
(#1)
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Off
Off
The remote controller battery is about to
become flat. Replace the battery. (#1)
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(#1) This message will disappear for a while even if the problem that caused the message to appear is not corrected.
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BEFORE DRIVING
Warning and Indicator
Master Warning
Sound
Cause and Remedy
Message
Indicator
i-AWD
Blinks
“Ping” (one time from interior
There may be a problem with the AWD sys-
buzzer)
tem.
Have your vehicle inspected by an autho-
rized SUZUKI dealer.
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i-AWD
Blinks
“Ping” (one time from interior
Tires of different sizes may be fitted or tires
buzzer)
may be insufficiently inflated.
Have your vehicle inspected by an autho-
rized SUZUKI dealer.
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BEFORE DRIVING
Warning and Indicator
Master Warning
Sound
Cause and Remedy
Message
Indicator
i-AWD
Blinks
“Ping” (one time from interior
Drive train components may be overheated.
buzzer)
Stop in a safe place and allow the engine to
idle.
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Blinks
“Ping” (one time from interior
There may be a problem with the ESP®
buzzer)
system.
Have your vehicle inspected by an autho-
rized SUZUKI dealer.
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BEFORE DRIVING
Warning and Indicator
Master Warning
Sound
Cause and Remedy
Message
Indicator
Blinks
“Ping” (one time from interior
There may be a problem with the hill hold
buzzer)
control system.
Have your vehicle inspected by an autho-
rized SUZUKI dealer.
57L31023
Blinks
“Ping” (one time from interior
One of the tires is insufficiently inflated.
buzzer)
Inflate it correctly.
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BEFORE DRIVING
Warning and Indicator
Master Warning
Sound
Cause and Remedy
Message
Indicator
Blinks
“Ping” (one time from interior
There may be a problem with the TPMS
buzzer)
system.
Have your vehicle inspected by an autho-
rized SUZUKI dealer.
57L31026
Blinks
“Ping” (one time from interior
Wheel ID codes are not registered in the
buzzer)
TPMS system.
Have your vehicle inspected by an autho-
rized SUZUKI dealer.
57L31027
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BEFORE DRIVING
Warning and Indicator
Master Warning
Sound
Cause and Remedy
Message
Indicator
Blinks
“Ping” (one time from interior
If this message is displayed, have your
buzzer)
vehicle inspected by an authorized SUZUKI
dealer.
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BEFORE DRIVING
Lighting Control Lever
Lighting Operation (if equipped)
(3)
(2)
(1)
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With the headlights on, push the lever for-
To turn the lights on or off, twist the knob
ward to switch to the high beams (main
on the end of the lever. There are three
beams) or pull the lever toward you to
WARNING
positions:
switch to the low beams. When the high
To avoid possible injury, do not oper-
beams (main beams) are on, a light on the
ate controls by reaching through the
OFF (1)
instrument panel will come on. To momen-
steering wheel.
All lights are off.
tarily activate the high beams
(main
beams) as a passing signal, pull the lever
(2)
slightly toward you and release it when you
Front position lights, tail lights, license
have completed the signal.
plate light and instrument lights are on, but
headlights are off.
(3)
Front position lights, tail lights, license
plate light, instrument lights and headlights
are on.
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BEFORE DRIVING
Automatic Lights Operation (if
Your vehicle’s lighting system is controlled by three main systems: the Lighting switch, the
equipped)
Auto-On Headlight System (when the lighting switch is in the “AUTO” position) and the
Daytime Running Light (D.R.L.)system. Of these systems, the D.R.L. system does not
work while the parking brake is applied.
EXAMPLE
The three systems work together to operate your lights as shown in the following chart:
(4)
(3)
E/G: Engine
ON: Lights ON
LIGHT: When it is light around the light sensor (5).
DARK: When it is dark around the light sensor (5).
Ignition mode
“LOCK” (OFF)
Ignition mode “ON”
Lighting
Main lights to
or “ACC”
(1)
(2)
switch
be operated
position
E/G OFF
E/G OFF
E/G RUNNING
LIGHT
DARK
LIGHT
DARK
LIGHT
DARK
D.R.L
-
-
-
-
ON
ON
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Position lights,
-
-
-
-
-
-
(1) OFF
Tail lights
(5)
Head lights
-
-
-
-
-
-
D.R.L
-
-
-
-
ON
-
Position lights,
-
-
-
ON
-
ON
(2) AUTO
Tail lights
Head lights
-
-
-
ON
-
ON
D.R.L
-
-
-
-
ON
ON
Position lights,
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
(3)
Tail lights
Head lights
-
-
-
-
-
-
D.R.L
-
-
-
-
-
-
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Position lights,
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
(4)
Tail lights
Head lights
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
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BEFORE DRIVING
To turn the lights on or off, twist the knob
NOTE:
on the end of the lever. There are four posi-
CAUTION
• Avoid covering the light sensor area of
tions:
the windshield with a sticker. The sticker
If the light sensor area of the wind-
may impair the performance of the sen-
shield is covered with mud, ice, or
OFF (1)
sor and make the system unable to con-
other similar substances, the head-
All lights are off.
trol operation of the lights correctly.
lights and position lights may be
• If you changed the ignition mode to “ON”
turned on even when it is still light
AUTO (2)
by pressing the engine switch and the
outside. Before removing such sub-
This function works when the ignition
“AUTO” position remains selected, the
stances from the windshield, always
mode has been changed to “ON” by press-
headlights and position lights come on
set the wiper control lever to the
ing the engine switch. The headlights and
automatically as the outside gets dark
“OFF” position. If the lever is left in
position lights are turned on and off auto-
even with the engine not running. Leav-
the
“AUTO” position, the wipers
matically according to the amount of out-
ing the lights lit for a long time may lead
could unexpectedly operate and
side light detected by a sensor. They go
to a completely discharged battery.
cause injury, and could also be dam-
out automatically when you change the
aged.
ignition mode to
“ACC” or
“LOCK” by
(3)
pressing the engine switch.
Front position lights, tail lights, license
• The light sensor
(5) for sensing the
plate light and instrument lights are on, but
amount of outside light is installed on the
headlights are off.
upper part of the windshield. It also
serves as the rain sensor for the rain-
(4)
sensing wipers.
Front position lights, tail lights, license
plate light, instrument lights and headlights
are on.
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BEFORE DRIVING
Auto-On Headlight System
EXAMPLE
WARNING
It takes about 5 seconds for the light
(5)
sensor to react to a change in light-
ing conditions. To help avoid an acci-
dent due to reduced visibility, turn on
your headlights before driving into a
tunnel, parking structure or the like.
NOTE:
The light sensor reacts even to infrared
rays, so it may operate incorrectly when
there are strong infrared rays.
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Reprogramming the Automatic Light
With the headlights on, push the lever for-
Function
ward to switch to the high beams (main
The Auto-on headlight system automati-
The following settings of the automatic light
beams) or pull the lever toward you to
cally turns on all lights that are operated by
function can be customized to your prefer-
switch to the low beams. When the high
the lighting control lever on the steering
ence. Please contact an authorized
beams (main beams) are on, a light on the
column, when the following three condi-
SUZUKI dealer if you want the function
instrument panel will come on. To momen-
tions are all met.
reprogrammed.
tarily activate the high beams
(main
Conditions for Auto-on headlight system
beams) as a passing signal, pull the lever
operation:
slightly toward you and release it when you
1) It is dark around the light sensor (5).
have completed the signal.
2) The lighting control lever is in the
“AUTO” position.
3) You press the engine switch to change
the ignition mode to “ON”.
This system is operated by a signal from
the light sensor (5) on the front wind shield.
Do not cover the sensor (5). If you do, the
system will not work correctly.
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BEFORE DRIVING
Sensitivity of the light sensor
Light Reminder Buzzer
Daytime Running Light (D.R.L.)
The amount of outside light needed to turn
The interior buzzer continuously beeps if
System
the lights on and off is pre-set at the fac-
you open the driver’s door without turning
tory. The sensitivity of the light sensor can
off the headlights and position lights. This
be adjusted so that the lights are turned on
function is triggered under the following
and off when it is:
condition:
• lighter outside than the pre-set condition,
• The headlights and position lights are on
or
even after you change the ignition mode
• darker outside than the pre-set condition
to “LOCK” (OFF) by pressing the engine
switch.
Rain-triggered automatic lighting oper-
The buzzer stops sounding when you turn
ation
off the headlights and position lights.
(1)
(2)
The setting of the auto-on headlight sys-
tem can be changed to make it turn on the
NOTE:
headlights:
A message is indicated on the information
when the rain sensor senses heavy rain-
display in the instrument cluster while the
fall (pre-set at the factory)
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buzzer is sounding.
when the rain sensor senses light and
(1) D.R.L. indicator light
heavy rainfall (in coordination with rain-
(2) Illumination indicator light
sensing wiper operation), or
independently from rain-sensing wiper
The headlights light, but are dimmer than
operation.
the low beam, when the following three
conditions are all met. Also, the D.R.L. indi-
cator light
(1) on the instrument panel
comes on.
Conditions for D.R.L. system operation:
1) The engine is running.
2) The parking brake is released.
3) The headlights are off, or the lighting
switch in the “AUTO” position and it is
light around the light sensor.
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BEFORE DRIVING
NOTE:
Front Fog Light Switch
Turn Signal Control Lever
Be sure to turn the headlights on at night
(if equipped)
or at any time of the day when driving or
weather conditions require the headlights
to operate at full brightness and the tail-
lights to be on.
Lights “On” reminder
A buzzer sounds to remind you to turn off
the lights if they are left on when you press
the engine switch to change the ignition
mode to “LOCK” (OFF) and the driver’s
door is opened.
NOTE:
The warning and indicator message and
57L21128
the illumination indicator light
(2) will be
shown on the information display when this
64J058
reminder is activated.
WARNING
The front fog light comes on when the fog
light switch is pushed in with the headlights
To avoid possible injury, do not oper-
are on and the beams set to the low beam
ate controls by reaching through the
position.
steering wheel.
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BEFORE DRIVING
Turn Signal Operation
Lane change signal
Hazard Warning Switch
After changing the ignition mode to “ON”
EXAMPLE
by pressing the engine switch, move the
lever up or down to activate the right or left
turn signals.
Normal turn signal
EXAMPLE
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EXAMPLE
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Move the lever part-way in the direction to
turn and hold it there.
Push in the hazard warning switch to acti-
vate the hazard warning lights. All turn sig-
• The turn signal and its indicator flash
nal lights and both turn signal indicators
while the lever is held at the moved posi-
will flash simultaneously. To turn off the
57L21066
tion.
lights, push the switch again.
Move the lever all the way upward or down-
The turn signal and its indicator flash three
Use the hazard warning lights to warn
ward to signal. When the turn is com-
times even if you return the lever immedi-
other traffic during emergency parking or
pleted, the signal will cancel and the lever
ately after moving it.
when your vehicle could otherwise become
will return to its normal position.
NOTE:
a traffic hazard.
You can customize the setting for the num-
ber of times of flashing of the turn signal
and its indicator (1 to 4 times). Please ask
an authorized SUZUKI dealer for the cus-
tomization.
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BEFORE DRIVING
Rain-sensing Wipers and
Windshield Wipers (if equipped)
Washer Lever
MIST
OFF
INT
LO
HI
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If the lever is equipped with the “INT TIME”
Press the engine switch to change the igni-
control, turn the control forward or rear-
65D611
tion mode to “ON”. To turn the windshield
ward to adjust the intermittent wiper opera-
wipers on, move the lever down to one of
tion to the desired interval.
WARNING
the three operating positions. In the “INT”
position (if equipped), the wipers operate
To avoid possible injury, do not oper-
intermittently. The
“INT” position is very
ate controls by reaching through the
convenient for driving in mist or light rain.
steering wheel.
In the “LO” position, the wipers operate at
a steady low speed. In the “HI” position,
the wipers operate at a steady high speed.
To turn off the wipers, move the lever back
to the “OFF” position.
Move the lever up and hold it to the “MIST”
position, the windshield wipers will turn on
continuously at low speed.
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BEFORE DRIVING
Rain-sensing Wipers (if equipped)
WARNING
Observe the following instructions
when the wiper lever is set to the
MIST
“AUTO” position with the engine
switch in the “ON” mode. Other-
OFF
wise, the wipers could unexpect-
AUTO
edly operate and cause injury, and
could also be damaged.
- Do not touch or wipe the rain
LO
sensor area of the windshield
with a cloth.
HI
- Do not hit the windshield or rain
sensor.
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Be sure to set the wiper control
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If the control lever has on “AUTO” position,
lever to the “OFF” position before
Press the engine switch to change the igni-
you can increase the system’s sensitivity to
washing the vehicle in an auto-
tion mode to “ON”. To turn the rain-sensing
rain/snow by turning the knob of the control
matic car wash or cleaning the
wipers on, move the lever down to one of
lever forward for increased sensitivity
or
windshield.
the three operating positions. In the
rearward for decreased sensitivity.
“AUTO” position (if provided), the wipers
NOTE:
automatically operate when the wiper sys-
• Under the following conditions, the rain
tem senses rain or snow. In the “LO” posi-
sensor may not be able to sense rain or
tion, the wipers operate at a steady low
snow correctly, and thus the rain-sensing
speed. In the
“HI” position, the wipers
wiper function may not work or may work
operate at a steady high speed. To turn off
incorrectly.
(Use a position other than
the wipers, move the lever back to the
“AUTO” under these conditions.)
“OFF” position.
- Rain or snow does not hit the rain sen-
Move the lever up and hold it to the “MIST”
sor area of the windshield, or the snow
position; the wipers will operate continu-
is not of a type that is able to be
ously at low speed for as long as you hold
detected by the sensor.
the lever in the “MIST” position.
- The rain sensor area is covered with
mud, ice or other similar substance.
You should remove any foreign sub-
stance.
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BEFORE DRIVING
- There were already raindrops on the
Reprogramming the Rain-sensing
Windshield Washer
windshield before starting rain-sensing
Wiper Function
wiper operation. You should remove
The AUTO position operation of the rain-
EXAMPLE
the raindrops by operating the wipers
sensing wiper function can be customized
under manual control.
to your preference by reprogramming its
- The rain sensor is hotter than 80°C
setting as follows. Please contact an
(176°F) in the sun or lower than -10°C
authorized SUZUKI dealer for this customi-
(14°F) in freezing weather. (The wip-
zation.
ers do not operate under this condi-
tion.)
Semi-automatic wiping
- The windshield is coated with a water-
The system automatically selects the most
repellent substance, which causes
appropriate of the following wiping modes:
raindrops to run down quickly. This will
intermittent wiping, low-speed wiping, or
give a clearer view and the wipers may
high-speed wiping. (The wipers do not stop
seem to operate too frequently. In this
automatically.)
case, decrease the system’s sensitiv-
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ity.
Intermittent wiping
To spray windshield washer fluid, pull the
- The sensor area is covered with a
The wipers operate only in the intermittent
lever toward you. The windshield wipers
sticker.
wiping mode. The wiping interval can be
will automatically turn on at low speed.
- The wiper blades are damaged. You
changed with the ring control (3).
should replace them.
WARNING
Full-automatic wiping (factory setting)
The following conditions may indicate
The system automatically selects the most
• To prevent windshield icing in cold
problems with the rain-sensing wiper
appropriate of the following wiping modes,
weather, turn on the defroster to
system. If your system exhibits any of
no wiping, intermittent wiping, low-speed
heat the windshield before and dur-
the following conditions, have it
wiping, and high-speed wiping.
ing windshield washer use.
inspected by an authorized SUZUKI
• Do not use radiator antifreeze in
dealer.
the windshield washer reservoir. It
- Rainfall/snowfall rate varies but the
can severely impair visibility when
wiping interval remains constant.
sprayed on the windshield, and can
- Rain/snow is falling but the wipers do
also damage your vehicle’s paint.
not operate.
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