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Suzuki SX4 (2010 year). Instruction - part 14

 

 

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INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
Tire Inspection
1.6 mm (0.06 in.) or less and the
Inspect your vehicle’s tires at least
tire should be replaced.
WARNING
once a month by performing the fol-
3) Check for abnormal wear, cracks
Your SUZUKI is equipped with
lowing checks:
and damage. Any tires with cracks
tires which are all the same type
1) Measure the air pressure with a tire
or other damage should be
and size. This is important to
gauge. Adjust the pressure if nec-
replaced. If any tires show abnor-
ensure proper steering and han-
essary. Remember to check the
mal wear, have them inspected by
dling of the vehicle. Never mix
spare tire, too. Refer to the “Mea-
your SUZUKI dealer.
tires of different size or type on
suring Air Pressure” section.
the four wheels of your vehicle.
WARNING
The size and type of tires used
Hitting curbs and running over
should be only those approved by
rocks can damage tires and affect
SUZUKI Motor Corporation as
wheel alignment. Be sure to have
standard or optional equipment
tires
and wheel alignment
for your vehicle.
checked periodically by your
SUZUKI dealer.
CAUTION
4) Check for loose wheel nuts.
For intelligent All Wheel Drive (i-
5) Check that there are no nails,
AWD) models, replacing a tire
stones or other objects sticking into
with one of a different size, or
the tires.
using different brands among the
four tires can result in damage to
54G136
the drive train.
(1) Tread wear indicator
(2) Indicator location mark
2) Check that the depth of the tread
groove is more than 1.6 mm (0.06
in.). To help you check this, the tires
have molded-in tread wear indica-
tors in the grooves. When the indi-
cators appear on the tread surface,
the remaining depth of the tread is
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INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
Uniform Tire Quality Grading
Treadwear
WARNING
The U.S. National Highway Traffic
The treadwear grade is a comparative
Safety Administration has developed a
rating based on the wear rate of the tire
Replacing the wheels and tires
grading system for evaluating the per-
when tested under controlled condi-
equipped on your vehicle with
formance of passenger car tires. The
tions on a specified government test
certain combinations of aftermar-
following information will help you
course. For example, a tire graded 150
ket wheels and tires can signifi-
understand the grading system, which
would wear one and one-half (1 1/2)
cantly change the steering and
applies to vehicles sold in the U.S.
times as well on the government course
handling characteristics of your
Consult your SUZUKI dealer or tire
as a tire graded 100. The relative per-
vehicle. Oversized tires may also
retailer for help in choosing the correct
formance of tires depends upon the
rub against the fender over
replacement tires for your vehicle.
actual conditions of their use, however
bumps, causing vehicle damage
and may depart significantly from the
or tire failure. Therefore, use only
Quality grades can be found where
norm due to variations in driving habits,
those wheel and tire combina-
applicable on the tire sidewall between
service practices and differences in
tions approved by SUZUKI Motor
tread shoulder and maximum section
road characteristics and climate.
Corporation as standard or
width. For example:
optional equipment for your vehi-
Treadwear 200 Traction AA Tempera-
Traction - AA, A, B, C
cle. For information regarding the
ture A
The traction grades, from highest to
specified tires, refer to the Tire
lowest, are AA, A, B and C. Those
Information Label located on the
DOT Quality Grades
grades represent the tire’s ability to
driver’s side door pillar or the
Treadwear
stop on wet pavement as measured
“SPECIFICATIONS” section.
Traction AA A B C
under controlled conditions on speci-
Temperature A B C
fied government test surfaces of
CAUTION
All Passenger Car Tires Must Conform
asphalt and concrete. A tire marked C
To Federal Safety Requirements in
may have poor traction performance.
Replacing the original tires with
Addition To These Grades
tires of a different size may result
WARNING
in false speedometer or odometer
readings. Check with your
The traction grade assigned to
SUZUKI dealer before purchas-
this tire is based on straight-
ing replacement tires that differ in
ahead braking traction tests, and
size from the original tires.
does not include acceleration,
cornering, hydroplaning or peak
traction characteristics.
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INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
Temperature - A, B, C
Tire Rotation
The temperature grades are A (the
WARNING
highest), B and C, representing the
Rust or dirt on a wheel, or on the
tire’s resistance to the generation of
parts to which it is fastened, can
heat and its ability to dissipate heat
make wheel nuts become loose
when tested under controlled condi-
after a time. The wheel could
tions on a specified indoor laboratory
come off and cause an accident.
test wheel. Sustained high tempera-
When you change a wheel,
ture can cause the material of the tire
remove any rust or dirt from
to degenerate and reduce tire life, and
places where the wheel attaches
excessive temperature can lead to
to the vehicle. In an emergency,
sudden tire failure. The grade C corre-
you can use a cloth or a paper
sponds to a level of performance
towel to do this; but be sure to
which all passenger car tires must
use a scraper or wire brush later,
meet under the Federal Motor Vehicle
54G114
if you need to, to get all the rust
Safety Standard No. 109. Grades B
To avoid uneven wear of your tires and
or dirt off.
and A represent higher levels of per-
to prolong their life, rotate the tires as
formance on the laboratory test wheel
illustrated. Tires should be rotated as
than the minimum required by law.
recommended in the periodic mainte-
nance schedule. After rotation, adjust
WARNING
front and rear tire pressures to the
The temperature grade for this
specification listed on your vehicle’s
tire is established for a tire that is
Tire and Loading Information Label.
properly inflated and not over-
loaded. Excessive speed, under-
inflation or excessive loading,
either separately or in combina-
tion, can cause heat buildup and
possible tire failure.
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INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
Compact Spare Tire (if equipped)
Note that two or more compact spare
tires should not be used on one vehi-
WARNING
cle simultaneously.
(Continued)
• The compact spare tire has a
WARNING
much shorter tread life than the
The compact spare tire and wheel
conventional tires on your vehi-
are intended for temporary emer-
cle. Replace the tire as soon as
gency use only. Continuous use
the tread wear indicator
of this spare can result in tire fail-
appears.
ure and loss of control. Always
• When replacing the compact
observe these precautions when
tire, use a replacement tire with
using this spare:
the exact same size and con-
• Your vehicle will handle differ-
struction.
ently with this temporary spare.
54G115
• Do not exceed 80 km/h (50 mph)
CAUTION
(1) Wear indicator
speed.
(2) Indicator location mark
• Replace this spare with a stan-
For intelligent All Wheel Drive (i-
dard tire and wheel as soon as
AWD) models, driving with an
Your vehicle comes equipped with the
possible.
underinflated compact spare tire
compact spare tire. The compact
• Use of this spare will reduce
or over 80 km/h (50 mph) while
spare is designed to save space in
ground clearance.
using a compact spare tire can
your storage area, and its lighter
• Recommended air pressure for
result in damage to the drive
weight makes it easier to install if a flat
this spare is 420 kPa (60 psi).
train.
tire occurs. It is only intended for tem-
• Do not use tire chains on the
porary emergency use, until the con-
compact spare. If you must use
ventional tire can be repaired or
tire chains, rearrange the
replaced. The inflation pressure of the
wheels so standard tires and
compact spare tire should be checked
wheels are fitted to the front
at least monthly. Use a quality pocket-
axle.
type inflation pressure gauge and set
(Continued)
at 420 kPa (60 psi). At the same time,
check that the tire is stored securely. If
it is not, tighten it.
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INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
Snow Tires
GLOSSARY OF TIRE TERMINOL-
Maximum Inflation Pressure - the max-
Your vehicle is equipped with all-sea-
OGY
imum cold inflation pressure a tire is
son tires which are designed for use in
Accessory Weight
- the combined
designed to support in normal service.
summer and most winter conditions.
weight (in excess of those standard
Maximum Loaded Vehicle Weight -
For improved traction in severe winter
items which may be replaced) of CVT,
the sum of curb weight, accessory
conditions, SUZUKI recommends
power steering, power brakes, power
weight, vehicle capacity weight (total
mounting radial snow tires on all four
windows, power seats, radio, and
load capacity), and production options
wheels. Snow tires must be the same
heater, to the extent that these items
weight.
size as the standard tires. Also be sure
are available as factory-installed
to use the tires of the same type and
equipment (whether installed or not).
Normal Occupant Weight - 68 kilo-
brand on all four wheels of your vehi-
grams times the number of occupants
Cold Tire Inflation Pressure - the pres-
cle.
specified in the second column of
sure in a tire that has been driven less
Table 1 (shown below).
than 1 mile or has been standing for
three hours or more.
Occupant distribution - distribution of
occupants in a vehicle as specified in
Curb Weight - the weight of a motor
the third column of Table
1 (shown
vehicle with standard equipment
below).
including the maximum capacity of
fuel, oil, and coolant, and, if so
Production Options Weight - the com-
equipped, air conditioning and addi-
bined weight of those installed regular
tional weight optional engine.
production options weighing over 2.3
kilograms in excess of those standard
Intended Outboard Sidewall - (1) the
items which they replace, not previ-
sidewall that contains a whitewall,
ously considered in curb weight or
bears white lettering or bears manu-
accessory weight, including heavy
facturer, brand, and/or model name
duty brakes, ride levelers, roof rack,
molding that is higher or deeper than
heavy duty battery, and special trim.
the same molding on the other side-
wall of the tire, or (2) the outward fac-
Recommended Inflation Pressure
-
ing sidewall of an asymmetrical tire
the cold tire inflation pressure recom-
that has a particular side that must
mended by a manufacturer.
always face outward when mounted
Rim - metal support for a tire or tire
on a vehicle.
and tube assembly upon which the tire
beads are seated.
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INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
Vehicle Capacity Weight - the rated
Vehicle Loading
GVWR - Maximum permissible overall
cargo and luggage load plus 68 kilo-
Your vehicle was designed for specific
weight of the fully loaded vehicle
grams (150 lbs) times the vehicle’s
load capacities. The load capacities of
(including all the occupants, accesso-
designated seating capacity.
your vehicle are indicated by the
ries and cargo plus the trailer tongue
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR),
weight if towing a trailer).
Vehicle Maximum Load on the Tire -
the Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR,
the load on an individual tire that is
GAWR - (Front and Rear) Maximum
front and rear), and the total load
determined by distributing to each axle
permissible weight on an individual
capacity, the seating capacity, and the
its share of the maximum loaded vehi-
axle.
cargo load capacity. The GVWR and
cle weight and dividing by two.
GAWR (front and rear) are listed on
Seating Capacity - Maximum number
Vehicle Normal Load on the Tire - the
the Safety Certification Label which is
of occupants the vehicle is designed to
load on an individual tire that is deter-
located below the driver’s side door
carry.
mined by distributing to each axle its
latch striker. The total load capacity
share of the curb weight, accessory
and seating capacity are listed on the
NOTE:
weight, and normal occupant weight
Tire and Loading Information Label
Even though the number of occupants
(distributed in accordance with Table 1
which is located below the Safety Cer-
is within the seating capacity, you still
shown below) and dividing by 2.
tification Label. The cargo load capac-
must make sure that you do not
ity can be determined as described
exceed the total load capacity of the
TABLE 1 - Occupant Loading and
below.
vehicle.
Distribution For Vehicle Normal
Cargo Load Capacity
- Maximum
Load For Various Designated Seat-
Total Load Capacity - Maximum per-
weight of cargo and luggage that the
ing Capacities
missible weight a vehicle can carry
vehicle can safely carry. Cargo load
including the weight of all the occu-
capacity is the difference between the
Designated
Vehicle nor-
Occupant
pants, accessories, cargo, plus trailer
total load capacity of the vehicle and
seating
mal load,
distribution
tongue weight (if towing a trailer).
the total combined weight of all vehicle
capacity,
number of
in a nor-
occupants. Refer to “Steps for Deter-
The weight of any accessories already
number of
occupants
mally loaded
mining Correct Load Limit” for details
installed on your vehicle at the time of
occupants
vehicle
on how to determine cargo load
purchase, or that you or the dealer
2 through 4
2
2 in front
capacity.
install after purchase, must be sub-
tracted from the total load capacity to
2 in front,
determine how much capacity remains
5 through 10
3
1 in second
available for occupants, cargo, and
seat
trailer tongue weight
(if towing a
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INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
trailer). Contact your dealer for further
Steps for Determining Correct Load
information.
WARNING
Limit
1) Locate the statement
“The com-
Actual weight of the loaded vehicle
Never overload your vehicle. Over-
bined weight of occupants and
and actual loads at the front and rear
loading your vehicle can cause
cargo should never exceed XXX kg
axles can only be determined by
damage to your tires and lead to
or XXX lbs” on your vehicle’s plac-
weighing the vehicle using a vehicle
poor steering and braking which
ard.
scale. To measure the weight and
can result in an accident. The
2) Determine the combined weight of
load, try making your vehicle to a high-
gross vehicle weight (sum of the
the driver and passengers that will
way weighing station, shipping com-
weights of the loaded vehicle,
be riding in your vehicle.
pany or inspection station for trucks,
driver and passengers) must
3) Subtract the combined weight of
etc. Compare these weights to the
never exceed the Gross Vehicle
the driver and passengers from
GVWR and GAWR (front and rear)
Weight Rating (GVWR) listed on
XXX kg or XXX lbs.
listed on the Safety Certification Label.
the Safety Certification Label. In
4) The resulting figure equals the
If the gross vehicle weight or the load
addition, never distribute a load so
available amount of cargo and lug-
on either axle exceeds these ratings,
that the weight on either the front
gage load capacity. For example, if
you must remove enough weight to
or rear axle exceeds the Gross
the “XXX” amount equals 1400 lbs
bring the load down to the rated
Axle Weight Rating (GAWR) listed
and there will be five 150 lb passen-
capacity.
on the Safety Certification Label.
gers in your vehicle, the amount of
available cargo and luggage load
WARNING
capacity is 650 lbs (1400 - 750 (5 x
150) = 650 lbs).
• Always distribute cargo evenly.
5) Determine the combined weight of
• To avoid personal injury or
luggage and cargo being loaded on
damage to your vehicle, always
the vehicle. That weight may not
secure cargo to prevent it from
safely exceed the available cargo
shifting if the vehicle moves
and luggage load capacity calcu-
suddenly.
lated in Step 4.
• Place heavier objects on the
6) If your vehicle will be towing a
floor and as far forward in the
trailer, load from your trailer will be
cargo area as possible. Never
transferred to your vehicle. Consult
pile cargo higher than the top of
this instruction to determine how this
the seatbacks.
reduces the available cargo and lug-
gage load capacity of your vehicle.
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INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
Vehicle Loading Example
Determining Compatibility of Tire
Battery
As an example, suppose that the Tire
and Vehicle Load Limits
and Loading Information label on your
The tires on your vehicle, when they
EXAMPLE
vehicle indicates that your vehicle’s
are inflated to the recommended tire
total load capacity is 950 lbs. If you
inflation pressure, have a load-carry-
were to drive your vehicle with one
ing capacity that is greater than the
passenger, and the total combined
load that will be on the tires when the
weight of you and your passenger was
vehicle is at its GVWR or GAWR limit.
350 lbs, then the cargo and luggage
Never use replacement tires that have
capacity of your vehicle would be 600
a load-carrying capacity less than the
lbs (950 - 350 = 600 lbs).
original tires on your vehicle. Tire load-
If you later added 2 more passengers,
carrying capacity information is
having a combined weight of 325 lbs,
molded into the tire sidewall typically
the cargo and luggage capacity of
shown as “Max. Load”. Use of replace-
your vehicle would be reduced from
ment tires with a lower load-carrying
60A269
600 lbs to 275 lbs (600 - 325 = 275
capacity than the original tires, or fail-
lbs). As you can see, as the number
ure to keep the tires inflated to recom-
and combined weight of vehicle occu-
mended tire pressure, may reduce the
WARNING
pants increase, the vehicle’s cargo
GVWR or GAWR limit of your vehicle.
Batteries produce flammable hydro-
and luggage capacity decreases.
gen gas. Keep flames and sparks
Suppose again, that you were to take
NOTE:
away from the battery or an explosion
a trip in your vehicle with the same
Use of replacement tires with a higher
may occur. Never smoke when work-
three passengers described above,
load-carrying capacity than the origi-
ing near the battery.
and you decided to tow a trailer having
nal tires, or using a tire inflation pres-
a trailer tongue weight of 75 lbs. The
sure higher than the recommended
cargo and luggage capacity would be
tire inflation pressure, will not increase
WARNING
reduced again, to 200 lbs (275 - 75 =
the GVWR or GAWR limit of your vehi-
When checking or servicing the bat-
200 lbs).
cle.
tery, disconnect the negative cable.
Be careful not to cause a short circuit
by allowing metal objects to contact
the battery posts and the vehicle at
the same time.
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INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
Fuses
Fuses in the Engine Compartment
WARNING
Your vehicle has three types of fuses, as
described below:
To avoid harm to yourself or damage
to your vehicle or battery, follow the
Main Fuse - The main fuse takes current
jump starting instructions in the
directly from the battery.
(1)
“EMERGENCY SERVICE” section of
(2)
(3)
this instruction if it is necessary to jump
Primary Fuses - These fuses are between
start your vehicle.
the main fuse and individual fuses, and are
for electrical load groups.
Individual Fuses - These fuses are for indi-
WARNING
vidual electrical circuits.
Battery posts, terminals and related
For details on protected circuits, refer to
accessories contain lead and lead
compounds. Wash hands after han-
the “Fuses and Protected Circuits” section
in this instruction.
dling.
80J051
To remove a fuse, use the fuse puller pro-
Your vehicle is equipped with a battery that
vided in the fuse box.
requires infrequent maintenance. You will
never have to add water. You should, how-
ever, periodically check the battery, battery
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
terminals and battery hold-down bracket
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
for corrosion. Remove corrosion using a
stiff brush and ammonia mixed with water,
(20)
(21)
(22)
(30)
or baking soda mixed with water. After
removing corrosion, rinse with clean water.
(23)
(24)
(25)
(26)
(27)
(29)
The test indicator on the top of the battery
(28)
provides information on the condition of
the battery.
If your vehicle is not going to be driven for
80J052
a month or longer, disconnect the cable
from the negative terminal of the battery to
63J095
help prevent discharge.
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INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
(20)
-
Automatic transaxle relay
MAIN FUSE / PRIMARY FUSE
(21)
-
Air compressor relay
(1)
80A
All electric load
(22)
-
Fuel pump relay
Power window, Ignition,
(2)
50A
OK
Wiper, Starter
(23)
-
Condenser fan relay
Tail light, Rear defogger,
(24)
-
Front fog light relay
(3)
50A
Door lock, Hazard/Horn,
(25)
-
Throttle motor relay
Dome
(26)
-
FI MAIN relay
(4)
-
Blank
BLOWN
(27)
-
Starting motor relay
(5)
-
Blank
(28)
-
Radiator fan relay
(6)
15A
Head light (Right) fuse
60A243
(29)
-
Radiator fan relay 2
(7)
15A
Head light (Left) fuse
(30)
-
Radiator fan relay 3
WARNING
(8)
20A
Front fog light fuse
If the main fuse or a primary fuse
(9)
-
Blank
The main fuse, primary fuses and some of
blows, be sure to have your vehicle
the individual fuses are located in the
(10)
40A
ABS motor fuse
inspected by an authorized SUZUKI
engine compartment. If the main fuse
dealer. Always use a genuine SUZUKI
(11)
30A
Radiator fan fuse
blows, no electrical component will func-
replacement. Never use a substitute
tion. If a primary fuse blows, no electrical
(12)
30A
ABS solenoid fuse
such as a wire even for a temporary
component in the corresponding load
fix, or extensive electrical damage
(13)
30A
Starting motor fuse
group will function. When replacing the
and a fire can result.
main fuse, a primary fuse or an individual
(14)
50A
Ignition switch fuse
fuse, use a genuine SUZUKI replacement.
NOTE:
To remove a fuse, use the fuse puller pro-
(15)
30A
Blower fan fuse
Make sure that the fuse box always carries
vided in the fuse box. The amperage of
(16)
20A
Air compressor fuse
each fuse is shown in the back of the fuse
spare fuses.
box cover.
(17)
15A
Throttle motor fuse
(18)
15A
Automatic transaxle fuse
(19)
15A
Fuel injection fuse
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INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
Fuses under the Dash Board
(21)
30A
Rear defogger
MAIN FUSE / PRIMARY FUSE
(22)
15A
Horn / Hazard
(1)
15A
Rear wiper
(23)
-
Blank
(2)
15A
Ignition coil
(3)
10A
Back-up light
SX4 SEDAN
(4)
10A
Meter
(5)
15A
Accessory
(21)
(6)
15A
Accessory 2
(24)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(7)
30A
Power window
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(8)
30A
Wiper
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(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)
(22)
(23)
(9)
10A
IG1 SIG
SX4
(10)
15A
Air bag
(11)
10A
Anti-lock brake system
(12)
15A
4WD
80JC003
(7)
(13)
10A
Stop light
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
MAIN FUSE / PRIMARY FUSE
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(14)
20A
Door lock
(1)
15A
Rear wiper
(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)
(21)
(22)
(23)
(15)
10A
Rear fog light
(2)
15A
Ignition coil
(16)
10A
ST SIG
(3)
10A
Back-up light
(17)
15A
Seat heater
(4)
10A
Meter
(18)
10A
IG 2 SIG
80J053
(5)
15A
Accessory
(19)
10A
Tail light
(6)
15A
Accessory 2
(20)
15A
Dome
(7)
30A
Power window
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INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
(8)
30A
Wiper
Headlight Aiming
Since special procedures are required, we
(9)
10A
IG1 SIG
recommend you take your vehicle to your
(10)
15A
Air bag
SUZUKI dealer for headlight alignment.
(11)
10A
Anti-lock brake system
(12)
-
Blank
(13)
10A
Stop light
(14)
20A
Door lock
OK
BLOWN
(15)
10A
Rear fog light
(16)
10A
ST SIG
65D046
(17)
15A
Seat heater
WARNING
(18)
10A
IG 2 SIG
Always be sure to replace a blown
(19)
10A
Tail light
fuse with a fuse of the correct amper-
(20)
15A
Dome
age. Never use a substitute such as
aluminum foil or wire to replace a
(21)
30A
Rear defogger
blown fuse. If you replace a fuse and
the new one blows in a short period
(22)
15A
Horn / Hazard
of time, you may have a major electri-
(23)
-
Blank
cal problem. Have your vehicle
inspected immediately by your
(24)
30A
Rear defogger
SUZUKI dealer.
The fuses are also located under
the
driver’s side of the dashboard. Remove the
fuse box cover by pulling it off. The amper-
age of each fuse is shown on the top of the
fuse box cover.
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INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
Bulb Replacement
Center Interior Light (if equipped)
Spot light
WARNING
• Light bulbs can be hot enough to
burn your finger right after being
turned off. This is true especially
for halogen headlight bulbs.
Replace the bulbs after they
become cool enough.
• The headlight bulbs are filled with
pressurized halogen gas. They can
burst and injure you if they are hit
or dropped. Handle them carefully.
80JM068
60G115
CAUTION
Pull down the lens by using a flat blade
Pull down the lens by using a flat blade
screwdriver covered with a soft cloth as
The oils from your skin may cause a
screwdriver covered with a soft cloth as
shown. To install it, simply push it back in.
halogen bulb to overheat and burst
shown. To install it, simply push it back in.
when the lights are on. Grasp a new
The bulb can be removed by simply pulling
bulb with a clean cloth.
it out. When replacing the bulb, make sure
that the contact springs are holding the
CAUTION
bulb securely.
Frequent replacement of a bulb indi-
cates the need for an inspection of
the electrical system. This should be
carried out by your SUZUKI dealer.
NOTE:
If it is difficult to replace headlight bulbs or
position light bulbs due to under-hood
components trust this job to your dealer.
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INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
Headlights
Other General Lights
Bulb
Bulb holder
EXAMPLE
EXAMPLE
(1)
(2)
(1)
(1)
(3)
(2)
(4)
(2)
(1)
54G124
(2)
54G123
(3) Removal
(4) Installation
(1) Removal
(2) Installation
There are two types of bulb, “Full glass
type” (1) and “Glass/metal type” (2).
To remove a bulb holder from a light hous-
ing, turn the holder counterclockwise and
To remove and install a full glass type bulb
pull it out. To install the holder, push the
(1), simply pull out or push in the bulb.
holder in and turn it clockwise.
To remove a glass metal type bulb (2) from
a bulb holder, push in the bulb and turn it
counterclockwise. To install a new bulb,
push it in and turn it clockwise.
80J2084
You can access the individual bulb or bulb
holders as follows.
Open the engine food. Disconnect the cou-
pler (1). Then remove the socket cover (2)
and replace the bulb. Install a new bulb in
the reverse order of removal.
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INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
Front turn signal light (1)
Front fog light (if equipped)
Front position light (2)
EXAMPLE
1) Start the engine. Turn the steering
wheel to the opposite side of the replac-
ing fog light to replace the bulb easily.
(1)
(2)
Then turn off the engine.
EXAMPLE
(1)
(3)
(2)
80JM115
80JM123
3) Remove the bolts (3).
80JM114
2) Insert a flat blade screwdriver into the
hole (2) and remove the clips (1) by
twist the driver as shown in the illustra-
tion.
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INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
SX4
5) Remove the front fog light. Turn the
Rear combination light
bulb holder counterclockwise and
(tail, stop, turn signal, etc.)
(4)
remove it.
SX4
SX4 SEDAN
EXAMPLE
(5)
80JM116
4) Open the fender cover. Disconnect the
coupler by pushing the lock release.
80JM131
Pinch both side of the clips (4) and (5),
80JM071
SX4 SEDAN
and push them in.
4) Open the fender cover. Disconnect the
(1)
coupler with pushing the lock release.
Turn the bulb holder counterclockwise
and remove it.
(2)
80JM072
80JM117
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INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
To open the trim (1), insert a flat blade
License plate light
To open the trim (1), insert a flat blade
screwdriver between the trim and the clips
screwdriver into the hole (3) and remove
SX4
(2) and remove the clips by twist the driver
the clips (2) by twist the driver as shown in
as shown in the illustration.
the illustration.
80JM079
SX4 SEDAN
80JM073
80JM075
(3)
(1)
(2)
80JM074
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