Suzuki SX4 (2010 year). Instruction - part 11

 

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Suzuki SX4 (2010 year). Instruction - part 11

 

 

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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Setting the Anti-Theft Function
Canceling Your Established PIN
1) Turn off the power by pressing the
Setting
power on/off knob (1).
This operation is to be done when you
want to cancel the anti-theft function or
change your PIN.
1) Turn off the power by pressing the
power on/off knob (1).
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4) After you enter your four digit PIN, the
display will return to “0000”.
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2) Press the power on/off knob (1) while
EXAMPLE
pressing and holding the track up but-
ton (2). The “ENTRY 0000” will blink
and the audio system enter PIN-input
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mode.
2) Press the power on/off knob (1) while
pressing and holding the track up but-
NOTE:
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ton (2). The “DELETE 0000” will blink
Establish your PIN by combining numbers
5) Input the same 4-digit number you pre-
and the audio system will enter the can-
from 1 to 6 into any 4-digit number. If you
viously entered.
cel mode.
forget your PIN, when you remove the bat-
tery for repair etc., you will no longer be
able to operate the audio system.
EXAMPLE
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6) The power of the audio system will turn
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off.
3) Input the four digit PIN using preset but-
NOTE:
tons 1 to 6.
Write down your PIN for the future use.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Confirming Your Personal Identifi-
registered PIN, the power of the audio
EXAMPLE
cation Number (PIN)
system will turn off, and you will be able
When the main power source is discon-
to operate the audio system.
nected such as when you exchange your
battery, etc, you will have to confirm your
NOTE:
PIN to be able to use the audio system.
• If you input your PIN incorrectly, “----” will
be displayed and the anti-theft function
To confirm your PIN:
lock mode is entered. If you enter an
incorrect PIN fewer than
6 times, the
locking time will be for 15 seconds; if you
enter an incorrect PIN more than
6
times, the locking time will be for 15 min-
utes.
• If you forget your PIN and enter a wrong
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PIN, you cannot perform any further
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operation.
3) Input your PIN. The power of the audio
system will turn off and your PIN will be
1) Turn the ignition switch to the “ACC”
deleted.
position.
To change your PIN, first delete your
current PIN, then set a new one.
EXAMPLE
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2) Input your PIN.
If the PIN that you input matches the
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Troubleshooting
Applicable to every device
Phenomenon
Cause
Remedy
Power is not turned on.
Fuse is blown.
Contact your authorized SUZUKI dealer.
(No sound is produced)
Connections are not properly made.
Contact your authorized SUZUKI dealer.
Radio
Phenomenon
Cause
Remedy
Too much noise.
Not tuned correctly to the frequency of a sta-
Tune correctly to the station frequency.
tion.
Stations cannot be selected by
There is no station with strong radio waves.
Select stations by instruction tuning.
seek tuning.
CD
Phenomenon
Cause
Remedy
Compact disc cannot be loaded.
Another compact disc is already loaded.
Eject the compact disc before loading a new
one.
Sound skips or is noisy.
Compact disc is dirty.
Clean the compact disc with a soft cloth.
Compact disc is heavily scratched or warped.
Replace with a compact disc with no scratches.
Sound is bad directly after power
Water droplets may form on the internal lens
Let dry for about 1 hour with the power on.
is turned on.
when the car is parked in a humid place.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Error display
This unit has a number of self-diagnostic functions to protect the system.
If a problem should occur, the display shows the type of error. Refer to the table below and take proper measures to correct the problem.
If the problem is corrected, the unit will operate normally.
Error display
Measures to be taken
CD/CD changer “Mechanical error”.
This error display indicates a mechanical failure in the CD changer
(failure to change or eject a disc).
The mechanism is probably damaged. Contact your authorized
SUZUKI dealer.
CD/CD changer “Focus error”.
The pick-up-focus is not properly functioning during playback due to
damage on the disc or for other reasons.
Check disc for damage.
CD/CD changer “Disc error”.
The CD is inserted upside down or only an eight-centimeter CD
adapter is equipped.
Check disc for correct loading.
If an error display not listed above appears, turn off the unit and contact your SUZUKI dealer.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Fuel Filler Cap
SX4 SEDAN
The fuel filler cap is located on the left rear
side of the vehicle. The fuel filler door can
EXAMPLE
SX4
be unlocked by pulling up the opener lever
located on the outboard side of the driver’s
EXAMPLE
seat and can be locked by simply closing
the door.
EXAMPLE
Open
Close
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EXAMPLE
EXAMPLE
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To remove the fuel filler cap:
1) Open the fuel filler door.
2) Remove the cap by turning it counter-
clockwise.
WARNING
Remove the fuel filler cap slowly. The
fuel may be under pressure and may
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spray out, causing injury.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Engine Hood
EXAMPLE
WARNING
(1)
If you need to replace the fuel cap,
EXAMPLE
use a genuine SUZUKI cap. Use of an
improper cap can result in a malfunc-
tion of the fuel system or emission
control system. It may also result in
(2)
fuel leakage in the event of an acci-
dent.
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NOTE:
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The cap holder (1) can hold the fuel filler
To open the engine hood:
cap (2) when refueling.
1) Pull the hood release handle located on
the outboard side of the driver’s side of
To reinstall the fuel filler cap:
the instrument panel. This will disen-
1) Turn the cap clockwise until you hear
gage the engine hood lock halfway.
several clicks.
2) Close the fuel filler door.
EXAMPLE
WARNING
Fuel is extremely flammable. Do not
smoke when refueling, and make
sure there are no open flames or
sparks in the area.
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2) Push the under-hood release lever
sideways with your finger, as shown in
the illustration. While pushing the lever,
lift up the engine hood.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Sun Visor
Interior Light Switch
EXAMPLE
EXAMPLE
(3)
(2)
(1)
(1)
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3) Continue to lift up the hood until it is
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high enough to support with the prop
The sun visors can be pulled down to block
The interior light switch has three posi-
rod.
glare coming through the windshield, or
tions, which functions as described below.
To close the engine hood:
they can be unhooked and turned to the
ON (1)
1) Lift the hood up slightly and remove the
side to block glare coming through the side
The light comes on and stays on regard-
prop rod from the hole. Put the prop rod
window.
less of whether the door is open or closed.
back to the holding clip.
The extension (1) can be drawn out to
2) Lower the hood close to the bumper,
DOOR (2)
block glare widely.
then let it drop down. Make sure the
The light comes on when the door is
hood is securely latched after closing.
opened. After closing all doors, the light
CAUTION
will remain on for about 15 seconds and
WARNING
When unhooking and hooking a sun
then fade out. If you push in the ignition
visor, be sure to handle it by the hard
switch or insert the key during this time, the
Make sure the hood is fully closed
plastic parts or the sun visor can be
light will start to fade out immediately. After
and latched before driving. If it is not,
damaged.
removing the key from the ignition switch,
it can fly up unexpectedly during
the light will turn on for about 15 seconds
driving, obstructing your view and
and then fade out.
resulting in an accident.
OFF (3)
The light remains off even when the door is
opened.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Luggage Compartment Light
Trunk Light (SX4 SEDAN)
EXAMPLE
(SX4)
EXAMPLE
(1)
(2)
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NOTE:
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The number of doors involved in the light-
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When you open the trunk lid, the trunk light
ing operation of the interior light depends
comes on and remains on as long as you
on the vehicle specification. If there is a
When you open the tailgate with the lug-
keep the lid open.
switch
(rubber projection) at the door
gage compartment light switch in the “ON”
opening as shown, the door is involved in
position
(1), the light comes on and
CAUTION
the lighting operation. The tailgate of SX4
remains on as long as you keep the tail-
is also involved in this operation even with-
gate open.
Do not leave the trunk lid open for a
out the rubber projection.
When the luggage compartment light
long time, or the battery will dis-
switch is in the “OFF” position (2), the light
charge.
remains off regardless of whether the tail-
gate is opened or closed.
CAUTION
Do not leave the tailgate open with
the luggage compartment light
switch in the “ON” position for a long
time, or the battery will discharge.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Spot Light
Accessory Socket
Cigarette Lighter and Ashtray
(if equipped)
(if equipped)
Cigarette Lighter (if equipped)
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Push the switch to turn on the light and
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push it again to turn off the light.
The accessory socket will work when the
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ignition switch is in the “ACC” or “ON” posi-
The cigarette lighter will work when the
tion.
ignition switch is in the “ACC” or “ON” posi-
This socket can be used to provide 12 volt/
tion.
120 watt power for electrical accessories.
To use the cigarette lighter, push it all the
CAUTION
way into the receptacle and release it. It
will automatically heat up and will pop out
Use of inappropriate electrical acces-
to its normal position when it is ready for
sories can cause damage to your
use.
vehicle’s electrical system. Make
sure that any electrical accessories
CAUTION
you use are designed to plug into this
type of socket.
Holding the cigarette lighter in can
overheat and damage the lighter.
Release the lighter after you push it
in.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Ashtray (if equipped)
Assist Grips (if equipped)
CAUTION
EXAMPLE
To avoid damage to the cigarette
lighter socket, do not use it as an
accessory power source. Some
accessories’ power plug can damage
the inner mechanism of the cigarette
lighter socket.
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You can fit the ashtray into any of the cup
Assist grips are provided for convenience.
holders on the center console.
CAUTION
WARNING
To avoid damaging the assist grip
Make sure tobacco is fully extin-
and the molded headlining, do not
guished before closing the ashtrays.
hang down the assist grip.
Never throw waste in the ashtrays: it
could create a fire hazard.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Glove Box
Cup Holder and Storage Area
WARNING
(if equipped)
Do not use the cup holder or the stor-
age bin to hold cups containing hot
EXAMPLE
liquids or sharp-edged, hard or
breakable objects. Objects in these
bins may be thrown about during a
sudden stop or impact, and could
cause personal injury.
Bottle holder
Front
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To open the glove box, pull the latch lever.
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To close it, push the lid until it latches
securely.
EXAMPLE
WARNING
Never drive with the glove box lid
open. It could cause injury if an acci-
dent occurs.
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Cup holders are provided in the center
console.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Rear
Luggage compartment pocket (SX4)
Front Seat Back Pocket
(if equipped)
EXAMPLE
(1)
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You should hold a bottle with a cap in the
To open the lid, slide the lever (1) and pull
holder.
the lid.
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This pocket is provided for holding light
and soft things such as gloves, newspa-
pers or magazines.
WARNING
Do not put hard or breakable objects
in the pocket. If an accident occurs,
objects such as bottles, cans, etc.
can injure the occupants in the rear
seat.
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The lid can be installed on the back of the
luggage compartment board.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Armrest (if equipped)
Shopping Hook (if equipped)
Floor Mats (if equipped)
Luggage compartment
EXAMPLE
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To use the armrest, pivot it down from the
Your vehicle has a fastener to keep the
stowed (fully up) position. When not in use,
You can hang the shopping bag or other
driver’s side floor mat from sliding forward
return the armrest to the stowed position.
suitable objects on the hook.
and possibly interfering with the pedals.
This hook is not designed for large or
Whenever you put the driver’s side floor
CAUTION
heavy items.
mat back in the vehicle after it has been
removed, be sure to hook the floor mat
To avoid damage to the armrest, do
grommet(s) to the fastener(s) and position
not lean onto it or allow a child ride
the floor mat properly in the footwell.
on it.
When you replace the floor mats in your
vehicle with a different type such as all-
weather floor mats, we highly recommend
using genuine SUZUKI floor mats for
proper fitting.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Luggage Compartment Cover
Luggage or other cargo placed in the lug-
WARNING
gage compartment can be hidden from
(if equipped)
view by a luggage compartment cover.
Failure to take the following precau-
tions may result in the driver’s side
WARNING
floor mat interfering with the pedals
and causing a loss of vehicle control
Do not carry items on top of the lug-
or an accident.
gage compartment cover, even if they
• Make sure that the floor mat grom-
are small and light. Objects on top of
met(s) is(are) hooked to the fas-
the cover could be thrown about in an
tener(s).
accident, causing injury, or could
• Never place additional floor mats
obstruct the driver’s rear view.
on top of the existing floor mats.
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Rear
Front
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Luggage Compartment Board
To remove the luggage compartment
board:
(if equipped)
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You can stow the board behind the rear
seatback as shown in the illustration.
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1) Fold the board forward.
Your vehicle is equipped with the luggage
compartment board in the luggage com-
partment. You can place luggage or other
cargos on the board or under the board.
You can also place tall luggage by stowing
the board on the floor of the luggage com-
partment.
CAUTION
To avoid injury, handle the board
carefully when removing or installing.
Do not place the objects taller than
the luggage compartment cover
since objects could obstruct the
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driver’s rear view or could damage
2) Lift the board, and remove the board
objects or the tailgate while driving.
from the vehicle.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
To re-install the luggage board to the
To install the luggage board on the floor
normal position:
of the luggage compartment:
(2)
(1)
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3) Place the strikers of the luggage board
to the latches on the luggage floor.
Place the strikers of the luggage board to
1) Unfold the luggage compartment board
the latches on the side and tail end of orig-
(1), and insert it along the groove (2) at
inal position.
both side of the luggage compartment
as shown in the illustration.
2) Slide the board forward.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Roof Rails or Roof Rack
You can use the roof rails or the roof rack
• Secure the front and rear ends of long
anchors to attach the optional roof rack
items - such as wood panels, surfboards
Anchors (if equipped)
which is available at your SUZUKI dealer. If
and so forth - to both the front and rear
you use a roof rack, observe the instruc-
of the vehicle. You should protect the
Roof rails
tions and precautions in this section and
painted surfaces of the vehicle from
provided with the roof rack.
scuffing caused by tie-down ropes.
• Check periodically to make sure the roof
Make sure the roof rack is securely
rack is securely installed and free from
installed.
damage.
To mount various types of cargo (such
• For vehicles with roof rack anchors,
as skis, bicycles, etc.) properly, use suit-
make sure the anchors are covered with
able attachments which are available
the caps when not in use.
from your SUZUKI dealer. Be sure to
install the attachments properly and
WARNING
securely according to the instructions
provided. Do not mount cargo directly on
Abrupt maneuvers or failure to
the roof panel. The cargo can damage
properly secure cargo can allow the
the roof panel.
cargo to fly off the vehicle and hit
The gross weight of the roof rack plus
others, causing personal injury or
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cargo must not exceed the loading
property damage.
Roof rack anchors
capacity (50 kg (110 lbs)). Also, do not
Mount cargo securely and avoid
let the gross vehicle weight (fully loaded
abrupt maneuvers such as “jack-
vehicle including driver, passengers,
rabbit” starts, sharp turns, fast cor-
cargo, roof load and trailer tongue
nering and sudden braking. Check
weight) exceed the Gross Vehicle
periodically to make sure that
Weight Rating
(GVWR) listed in the
cargo is securely fastened.
driver’s door lock pillar.
Large, bulky, long, or flat items can
Mount and secure the cargo onto the
affect vehicle aerodynamics or be
roof rack properly according to the
caught by the wind, and can reduce
instructions provided. Be sure to stow
vehicle control resulting in an acci-
the heaviest items at the bottom and dis-
dent and personal injury. Drive cau-
tribute the cargo as evenly as possible.
tiously at a safely reduced speed
Do not carry items so large that they
when carrying this type of cargo.
hang over the bumpers or the sides of
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the vehicle, or block your view.
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