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APPEARANCE CARE
Corrosion Prevention
vehicle which are not well ventilated to
If you frequently drive on salted roads, your
permit quick drying.
vehicle should be washed at least once a
It is important to take good care of your
month during the winter. If you live near the
vehicle to protect it from corrosion.
ocean, your vehicle should be washed at
Listed below are instructions for how to
least once a month throughout the year.
maintain your vehicle to prevent corrosion.
For washing instructions, refer to the “Vehi-
Please read and follow these instructions
cle Cleaning” section.
carefully.
Remove foreign material deposits
Important Information About
Foreign material such as salts, chemicals,
Corrosion
road oil or tar, tree sap, bird droppings and
Common causes of corrosion
industrial fall-out may damage the finish of
1) Accumulation of road salt, dirt, moisture
your vehicle if it is left on painted surfaces.
or chemicals in hard-to-reach areas of
Remove these types of deposits as quickly
the vehicle underbody or frame.
as possible. If these deposits are difficult to
2) Chipping, scratches and any damage to
wash off, an additional cleaner may be
52D151
treated or painted metal surfaces
required. Be sure that any cleaner you use
resulting from minor accidents or
This information illustrates the necessity of
is not harmful to painted surfaces and is
keeping your vehicle
(particularly the
impact from stones and gravel.
specifically intended for your purposes.
underbody) as clean and dry as possible. It
Follow the manufacturer’s directions when
Environmental conditions which accel-
is equally important to repair any damage
using these special cleaners.
to the paint or protective coatings as soon
erate corrosion
1) Road salt, dust control chemicals, sea
as possible.
Repair finish damage
air or industrial pollution will all acceler-
Carefully examine your vehicle for damage
ate the corrosion of metal.
How to Help Prevent Corrosion
to the painted surfaces, especially if it is
2) High humidity will increase the rate of
used off-road. Should you find any chips or
Wash your vehicle frequently
corrosion particularly when the temper-
scratches in the paint, touch them up
The best way to preserve the finish on your
ature range is just above the freezing
immediately to prevent corrosion from
vehicle and to help avoid corrosion is to
point.
starting. If the chips or scratches have
keep it clean with frequent washing.
3) Moisture in certain areas of a vehicle
gone through to the bare metal, have a
for an extended period of time may pro-
Wash your vehicle at least once during the
qualified body shop make the repair.
mote corrosion even though other body
winter and once immediately after the win-
sections may be completely dry.
ter. Keep your vehicle, particularly the
4) High temperatures will cause an accel-
underside, as clean and dry as possible.
erated rate of corrosion to parts of the
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APPEARANCE CARE
Keep passenger and cargo compart-
Cover your vehicle
ments clean
WARNING
Moisture, dirt or mud can accumulate
Do not apply additional undercoating
under the floor mats and may cause corro-
or rust preventive coating on or
sion. Occasionally, check under these
around exhaust system components
mats to ensure that this area is clean and
such as the catalytic converter,
dry. More frequent checks are necessary if
exhaust pipes, etc. A fire could be
the vehicle is used off road or in wet
started if the undercoating substance
weather.
becomes overheated.
Certain cargo such as chemicals, fertiliz-
ers, cleaners, salts, etc. are extremely cor-
rosive by nature. These products should
be transported in sealed containers. If a
spill or leak does occur, clean and dry the
area immediately.
50G203
If you cannot regularly park your vehicle in
Use the body trim
a garage, we recommend you use a vehi-
The use of the body trim will help protect
cle cover. Years of exposure to midday sun
your vehicle, especially if you frequently
can cause the colors in paint, plastic parts
drive on gravel or salted roads. The fittings
and fabrics to fade. Covering your vehicle
for such guards should also be corrosion
with a high-quality,
“breathable” vehicle
resistant. Please check with your autho-
cover can help protect the finish from the
rized SUZUKI dealer for information on
harmful UV rays in sunlight, and can
these guards.
reduce the amount of dust and air pollution
reaching the surface. Your SUZUKI dealer
Store your vehicle in a dry, well-venti-
can help you select the right cover for your
lated area
vehicle.
Do not park your vehicle in a damp, poorly
ventilated area. If you often wash your
vehicle in the garage or if you frequently
drive it in when wet, your garage may be
damp. The high humidity in the garage
may cause or accelerate corrosion. A wet
vehicle may corrode even in a heated
garage if the ventilation is poor.
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APPEARANCE CARE
Vehicle Cleaning
damp cloth to remove dirt and the soap
or a soft cloth. Water may cause leather
solution. If some dirt still remains on the
to harden and shrink if it is not wiped off.
surface, repeat this procedure.
• When parking on sunny days, select a
shady place or use a sunshade. If
Fabric upholstery
leather upholstery is exposed to direct
Remove loose dirt with a vacuum cleaner.
sunlight for a long time, it may discolor
Using a mild soap solution, rub stained
and shrink.
areas with a clean damp cloth. To remove
• As is common with natural materials,
soap, rub the areas again with a cloth
leather is inherently irregular in grain and
dampened with water. Repeat this until the
cowhide has spots in its natural state.
stain is removed, or use a commercial fab-
These do not affect the performance of
ric cleaner for tougher stains. If you use a
the leather in any way.
fabric cleaner, carefully follow the manu-
facturer’s instructions and precautions.
Seat belts
Clean seat belts with a mild soap and
Leather upholstery
water. Do not use bleach or dye on the
76G044S
Remove loose dirt with a vacuum cleaner.
belts. They may weaken the fabric in the
Using a mild soap or saddle soap solution,
belts.
WARNING
wipe dirt off with a clean damp soft cloth.
To remove soap, wipe the areas again with
Vinyl floor mats
When cleaning the interior or exterior
a soft cloth dampened with water. Wipe the
Ordinary dirt can be removed from vinyl
of the vehicle, NEVER USE flammable
areas dry with a soft dry cloth. Repeat this
with water or mild soap. Use a brush to
solvents such lacquer thinners, gas-
until the dirt or stain is removed, or use a
help loosen dirt. After dirt is loosened,
oline, benzene or cleaning materials
commercial leather cleaner for tougher dirt
rinse the mat thoroughly with water and
such as bleaches and strong house-
or stains. If you use a leather cleaner, care-
dry it in the shade.
hold detergents. The materials could
fully follow the manufacture’s instructions
cause personal injury or damage to
and precautions. Do not use solvent type
Carpets
the vehicle.
cleaners or abrasive cleaners.
Remove dirt and soil as much as possible
with a vacuum cleaner. Using a mild soap
Cleaning Interior
NOTE:
solution, rub stained areas with a clean
Vinyl upholstery
• In order to keep leather upholstery look-
damp cloth. To remove soap, rub the areas
Prepare a solution of soap or mild deter-
ing good, it should be cleaned at least
again with a cloth dampened with water.
gent mixed with warm water. Apply the
twice a year.
Repeat this until the stain is removed, or
solution to the vinyl with a sponge or soft
• If leather upholstery becomes wet,
use a commercial carpet cleaner for
cloth and let it soak for a few minutes to
immediately wipe it dry with tissue paper
tougher stains. If you use a carpet cleaner,
loosen dirt. Rub the surface with a clean,
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APPEARANCE CARE
carefully follow the manufacturer’s instruc-
Cleaning the Center Pillar Garnishing
- Palm oil based detergent
tions and precautions.
Caring for Aluminum Wheels
Instrument panel and console
NOTE:
NOTE:
Do not use an acidic or alkaline deter-
Wipe up spills containing chemicals, alco-
gent to wash aluminum wheels. These
hol, etc., immediately with a soft, damp
types of detergent will cause permanent
cloth. Use a mild soap solution if neces-
spots, discoloration and cracks on fin-
sary. Do not use cleaners or polishes con-
ished surfaces.
taining strong solvents or acidic solutions.
(1)
Do not use a bristle brush and soap con-
These chemicals may stain and discolor
taining an abrasive material. These will
the instrument panel and console.
damage finished surfaces.
Use the same wax you use for the body
Cleaning the Exterior
surfaces also for waxing aluminum
wheels to protect their clear finish.
CAUTION
57L60003
(1) Center pillar garnishing
It is important that your vehicle be
kept clean and free from dirt. Failure
NOTE:
to keep your vehicle clean may result
The garnishing is vulnerable to damage.
in fading of the paint or corrosion to
Use chamois or a soft cloth to clean it. It
various parts of the vehicle body.
can be damaged even when wiped with
tissue paper.
If the garnishing is damaged, you may
repair it to some extent by using a mate-
rial such as headlight polish (commer-
cially available).
Do not use any chemical products that
contain the following substances for
cleaning, as these will cause cracks and
deformation to the garnishing. Also be
sure to thoroughly read the precautions
on the product’s container.
- Solvents such as benzine, gasoline,
paint thinner, sticker removing solvent,
etc.
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APPEARANCE CARE
Washing
CAUTION
CAUTION
WARNING
When washing the vehicle, avoid
When using a commercial car wash
Never attempt to wash and wax
directing steam or hot water of
product, observe the cautions speci-
your vehicle with the engine run-
more than 80°C (176°F) on plastic
fied by the manufacturer. Never use
ning.
parts.
strong household detergents or
If your vehicle is equipped with an
To avoid damaging engine compo-
soaps.
rain-sensing wiper system, place
nents, do not use pressurized
the wiper control lever in the “OFF”
water in the engine compartment.
4)
Once the dirt has been completely
position. If the lever is left in the
removed, rinse off the detergent with
“AUTO” position, the wipers could
2)
Rinse the body to loosen the dirt.
running water.
unexpectedly operate and cause an
Remove dirt and mud from the body
5)
After rinsing, wipe off the vehicle body
injury, and could also be damaged.
exterior with running water. You may
with a wet chamois or cloth and allow it
When cleaning the underside of the
use a soft sponge or brush. Do not use
to dry in the shade.
body and fender, where there may
hard materials which can scratch the
6)
Check carefully for damage to painted
be sharp-edged parts, you should
paint or plastic. Remember that the
surfaces. If there is any damage,
wear gloves and a long-sleeved
headlight covers or lenses are made of
“touch-up” the damage following the
shirt to protect your hands and
plastic in many cases.
procedure below:
arms from being cut.
1. Clean all damaged spots and allow
After washing your vehicle, care-
CAUTION
them to dry.
fully test the brakes before driving
2. Stir the paint and
“touch-up” the
To avoid damage to the paint or plas-
to make sure they have maintained
damaged spots lightly using a small
tic surface, do not wipe the dirt off
their normal effectiveness.
brush.
without ample water. Be sure to fol-
3. Allow the paint to dry completely.
low above procedure.
When washing the vehicle, follow the
instructions below:
CAUTION
3) Wash the entire exterior with a mild
1) Flush the underside of body and wheel
detergent or car wash soap using a
If you use an automatic car wash,
housings with pressurized water to
sponge or soft cloth. The sponge or
make sure that your vehicle’s body
remove mud and debris. Use plenty of
cloth should be frequently soaked in the
parts, such as spoilers, cannot be
water.
soap solution.
damaged. If you are in doubt, consult
the car wash operator for advice.
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APPEARANCE CARE
Waxing
60B211S
After washing the vehicle, waxing and pol-
ishing are recommended to further protect
and beautify the paint.
• Only use waxes and polishes of good
quality.
• When using waxes and polishes,
observe the precautions specified by the
manufacturers.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
GENERAL INFORMATION
Identification Numbers
10-1
Safety Certification Label
10-2
Emission Compliance Label (for U.S.A.)
10-2
Warranties
10-2
On-Board Vehicle Computers and Event Data
Recorders
10-3
Reporting Safety Defects
10-4
54G072
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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
EXAMPLE (for some vehicles)
your dealer when ordering parts or refer-
ring to special service information.
60G128
The engine serial number is stamped on
80JC090
the cylinder block as shown in the above
illustration.
79J019
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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
EXAMPLE
the time of sale. Please read this booklet
carefully so you can understand your rights
and responsibilities.
For U.S.A. and Canada
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.
lar.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
On-Board Vehicle Computers
operation of the vehicle. This stored
the police or similar government office,
information can assist technicians in
as part of SUZUKI’s defense of litiga-
and Event Data Recorders
repairing the vehicle when malfunc-
tion through the discovery process, or
Your vehicle is equipped with on-board
tions occur. Other information is stored
as required by law.
computer systems which monitor and
only in the event of crash, by computer
In addition, once SUZUKI collects or
control several aspects of vehicle per-
systems that are commonly called
receives data, SUZUKI may use the
formance, including the following:
Event Data Recorders (EDRs).
data for research conducted by
• Emission-related components and
In a crash event, EDRs such as the
SUZUKI, make the data available for
engine parameters such as engine
Airbag Sensing and Diagnostic Mod-
outside research if need is shown and
speed and throttle position are moni-
ule (SDM) in your vehicle may record
confidentiality is assured, or make
tored to provide emissions control
information about the condition of the
summary data which does not identify
and to provide optimum fuel econ-
vehicle and how it was operated, such
specific vehicles available for outside
omy. Your vehicle also has an on-
as data related to airbag readiness,
research.
board diagnostic system which mon-
airbag performance, safety belt usage,
itors and records information about
Others, such as law enforcement per-
and the severity of the collision. These
emission-related malfunctions.
sonnel, may have access to the spe-
data can help provide a better under-
Signals from various sensors are
cial equipment that can read the
standing of the circumstances in which
monitored to provide air bag deploy-
information if they have access to the
crashes and injuries occur and lead to
ment.
vehicle or storage device.
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. Also, the
vehicle speed and brake perfor-
EDRs in your vehicle do not have the
mance are monitored, so that the
ability to transmit information to a cen-
ABS system can provide effective
tral communications system or any
antilock braking. If your vehicle has
other external devices.
an Electronic Stability Program
(ESP®) system, conditions such as
To read the stored information, special
yaw rate, lateral acceleration, and
equipment is needed and access to
brake fluid pressure are monitored,
the vehicle or storage device is
so that the ESP® system can help
required. SUZUKI will not access infor-
the driver control the vehicle in diffi-
mation about a crash event or share it
cult driving situations.
with others other than with the consent
of the vehicle owner or lessee, in
Some information may be stored by
response to an official request from
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-
dealer, or American Suzuki Motor
889-2677 extension 2254 or write to:
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, 1200 New
Jersey Ave., SE., Washington, D.C.
20590. You can also obtain other infor-
mation about motor vehicle safety
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FUSES AND PROTECTED CIRCUITS
FUSES AND PROTECTED CIRCUITS
1
27
33
2
28
34
23
35
3
29
10
36
24
4
11
30
37
12
31
25
5
38
13
32
6
39
14
19
26
7
15
20
8
16
21
40
17
22
41
9
18
43
42
45
44
USE THE DESIGNATED
FUSES AND RELAYS ONLY
57L71037
COLOR/SIZE (AMPS)
FUSE NAME
PROTECTED CIRCUIT
(1)
RED (50)
IGN
Ignition switch
(2)
PINK (30)
RDTR2
Radiator fan sub
11
(3)
PINK (30)
RDTR
Radiator fan main
In engine
MAIN
(4)
PINK (30)
ST
Starting motor
compartment
FUSE
BOX
(5)
GREEN (40)
BTRY
Light
(6)
GREEN (40)
ABS MOT
ESP control module
(7)
RED (50)
IGN2
Keyless start control module
(8)
RED (50)
BTRY2
Power window, Power seat
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FUSES AND PROTECTED CIRCUITS
1
27
33
2
28
34
23
35
3
29
10
36
24
4
11
30
37
12
31
25
5
38
13
32
6
39
14
19
26
7
15
20
8
16
21
40
17
22
41
9
18
43
42
45
44
USE THE DESIGNATED
FUSES AND RELAYS ONLY
57L71037
COLOR/SIZE (AMPS)
FUSE NAME
PROTECTED CIRCUIT
(9)
RED (50)
BLW
Blower fan
(10)
RED (10)
A/C
Air conditioning compressor
(11)
BLUE (15)
MRR HTR
Door mirror heater
(12)
BLUE (15)
THR MOT
Throttle motor
In engine
MAIN
compartment
FUSE
(13)
GREEN (30)
RR DEF
Rear defogger
BOX
(14)
GREEN (30)
H/L CLNR
Blank
(15)
BROWN (7.5)
H/L
Head light
(16)
YELLOW (20)
FI
Fuel injection
(17)
WHITE (25)
ABS SOL
ESP control module
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FUSES AND PROTECTED CIRCUITS
1
27
33
2
28
34
23
35
3
29
10
36
24
4
11
30
37
12
31
25
5
38
13
32
6
39
14
19
26
7
15
20
8
16
21
40
17
22
41
9
18
43
42
45
44
USE THE DESIGNATED
FUSES AND RELAYS ONLY
57L71037
COLOR/SIZE (AMPS)
FUSE NAME
PROTECTED CIRCUIT
(18)
WHITE (25)
B/U
Back up
(19)
BLUE (15)
H/L LO L
Head light low (Left)
(20)
BLUE (15)
H/L LO R
Head light low (Right)
(21)
BLUE (15)
H/L L
Head light high (Left)
In engine
MAIN
compartment
FUSE
(22)
BLUE (15)
H/L R
Head light high (Right)
BOX
(23)
BLUE (15)
AT
CVT
(24)
YELLOW (20)
FR FOG
Front fog light
(25)
BLUE (15)
O2 HTR
O2 sensor heater
(26)
BLUE (15)
HORN
Horn
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FUSES AND PROTECTED CIRCUITS
1
27
33
2
28
34
23
35
3
29
10
36
24
4
11
30
37
12
31
25
5
38
13
32
6
39
14
19
26
7
15
20
8
16
21
40
17
22
41
9
18
43
42
45
44
USE THE DESIGNATED
FUSES AND RELAYS ONLY
57L71037
COLOR/SIZE (AMPS)
FUSE NAME
PROTECTED CIRCUIT
(27)
-
-
Head light low relay (Left)
(28)
-
-
Head light low relay (Right)
(29)
-
-
Blank
(30)
-
-
Blank
In engine
MAIN
compartment
FUSE
(31)
-
-
Blank
BOX
(32)
-
-
Air conditioning compressor relay
(33)
-
-
Rear defogger relay
(34)
-
-
Blank
(35)
-
-
Windshield wiper relay 2
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FUSES AND PROTECTED CIRCUITS
1
27
33
2
28
34
23
35
3
29
10
36
24
4
11
30
37
12
31
25
5
38
13
32
6
39
14
19
26
7
15
20
8
16
21
40
17
22
41
9
18
43
42
45
44
USE THE DESIGNATED
FUSES AND RELAYS ONLY
57L71037
COLOR/SIZE (AMPS)
FUSE NAME
PROTECTED CIRCUIT
(36)
-
-
Blank
(37)
-
-
Windshield wiper relay 1
(38)
-
-
Starting motor relay
(39)
-
-
Fuel pump relay
In engine
MAIN
(40)
-
-
Radiator fan relay 3
FUSE
compartment
(41)
-
-
Radiator fan relay 1
BOX
(42)
-
-
Door mirror heater relay
(43)
-
-
Radiator fan relay 2
(44)
-
-
Main relay
(45)
-
-
Throttle motor relay
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FUSES AND PROTECTED CIRCUITS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
57L70034
COLOR/SIZE (AMPS)
FUSE NAME
PROTECTED CIRCUIT
(1)
PINK (30)
P/W
Power window
(2)
BLUE (15)
WIP
Windshield washer motor
(3)
YELLOW (20)
S/H
Seat heater
(4)
WHITE (25)
FR WIP
Windshield wiper motor
Under the
dashboard of
(5)
BROWN (7.5)
IG2 SIG
IG2 SIG
FUSE
the driver’s
BOX
(6)
BLUE (15)
IG COIL
Ignition coil
seat side
(7)
BLUE (15)
ACC2
Accessory 2
(8)
BLUE (15)
ACC
Accessory
(9)
RED (10)
ABS/ESP
ESP control module
(10)
BROWN (7.5)
CRUISE
Cruise control
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