4) Install suitable vinyl tube onto injector nozzle to
prevent fuel from splashing out when injecting.
5) Put graduated cylinder under injector.
6) Operate fuel pump and apply fuel pressure to
injector as follows:
a) When using scan tool:
Connect scan tool to DLC with ignition switch
ii) Turn ignition switch ON, clear DTC and
select "MISC TEST" mode on scan tool.
iii) Turn fuel pump ON by using scan tool.
(A): SUZUKI scan tool (SUZUKI-SDT)
b) When not using scan tool:
Remove fuel pump relay from connector.
ii) Connect two terminals of relay connector
using service wire (1) as shown in figure.
Check to make sure that connection is made
between correct terminals. Wrong
connection can cause damage to ECM, wire
iii) Turn ignition switch ON.
7) Apply battery voltage to injector (1) for 15 seconds
and measure injected fuel volume with graduated
cylinder. Test each injector two or three times. If
injected volume is out of reference value greatly,
Reference injected fuel volume
Approx. 46 cc/15 sec. (1.62/1.55 US/lmp oz/15
8) Check fuel leakage from injector nozzle. Do not
operate injector for this check (but fuel pump should
be at work). If fuel leaks (1) more than the following
Less than 1 drop/min.
9) Remove injector from special tool (A) and disconnect
special tool (B) from injector.
As fuel feed line is still under high fuel
pressure even after inspection, removing
injector directly may cause dangerous spout
of fuel. Before removing injector, make sure
to relieve fuel pressure as follows.
1. Stop operation of fuel pump.
2. Put graduated cylinder under injector.
3. Apply battery voltage to injector until no
fuel is injected from injector.
10) Carry out Steps 3) through 9) on each injector to
obtain 4 readings.
11) After checking, disconnect fuel feed hose from
special tool (A) and remove special tool (B).
12) Connect fuel feed hose to delivery pipe.