Precautions For Dtc Troubleshooting; Precautions Of Ecm Circuit Inspection; Precautions Of Electric Throttle Body System Calibration - Suzuki SX4 Service Manual

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1A-2 Engine General Information and Diagnosis:
• When checking ECM for DTC, keep in mind that DTC
is displayed on the scan tool as follows depending on
the scan tool used.
– SUZUKI scan tool displays DTC detected by ECM.
– CAN communication OBD generic scan tool
displays DTC detected by each of ECM and TCM
(for A/T model) simultaneously.
• Priorities for diagnosing troubles
If two or more DTCs are stored, proceed to the DTC
flow which has been detected earliest in the order and
follow the instruction in that flow.
If no instructions are given, troubleshoot DTCs
according to the following priorities.
a. DTCs other than DTC P0171 / P0172 (Fuel
system too lean / too rich), DTC P0300 / P0301 /
P0302 / P0303 / P0304 (Misfire detected) and
DTC P0401 / P0402 (EGR flow malfunction)
b. DTC P0171 / P0172 (Fuel system too lean / too
rich) and DTC P0401 / P0402 (EGR flow
malfunction)
c. DTC P0300 / P0301 / P0302 / P0303 / P0304
(Misfire detected)
• Be sure to read "Precautions for Electrical Circuit
Service in Section 00" before inspection and observe
what is written there.
• ECM replacement:
When substituting a known-good ECM, check for the
following conditions. Neglecting this check may cause
damage to a known-good ECM.
– Resistance value of all relays, actuators is as
specified respectively.
– MAP sensor, A/C refrigerant pressure sensor (if
equipped with A/C), accelerator pedal position
(APP) sensor and TP sensor are in good condition
and none of power circuits of these sensors is
shorted to ground.
• Communication of ECM, BCM, combination meter,
keyless start control module (if equipped with keyless
start control system), 4WD control module (if
equipped), TCM (for A/T model), ABS / ESP® control
module, steering angle sensor (ESP® model) and
yaw rate / G sensor (ESP® model), is established by
CAN (Controller Area Network). (For more detail of
CAN communication for ECM, refer to "CAN
Communication System Description"). Therefore,
handle CAN communication line with care referring to
"Precaution for CAN Communication System in
Section 00".
• Immobilizer transponder code registration after
replacing ECM (Immobilizer model)
When ECM is replaced with new one or with another
one, make sure to register immobilizer transponder
code to ECM correctly according to "Procedure after
ECM Replacement in Section 10C".

Precautions for DTC Troubleshooting

• Before performed trouble shooting, be sure to read
the "Precautions of ECM Circuit Inspection".
• When measuring circuit voltage, resistance and/or
pulse signal at ECM connector, connect the special
tool to ECM and/or the ECM connectors referring to
"Inspection of ECM and Its Circuits".
• Upon completion of inspection and repair work,
perform "DTC Confirmation Procedure" and confirm
that the trouble has been corrected.

Precautions of ECM Circuit Inspection

• ECM connectors are waterproofed. Each terminal of
the ECM connectors is sealed up with the grommet.
Therefore, when measuring circuit voltage, resistance
and/or pulse signal at ECM connector, do not insert
the tester's probe into the sealed terminal at the
harness side. When measuring circuit voltage,
resistance and/or pulse signal at ECM connector,
connect the special tool to the ECM connectors. And,
insert the tester's probe into the special tool's
connectors at the harness side, and then measure
voltage, resistance and/or pulse signal. Or, ECM and
its circuits may be damaged by water.
• Wire colors of the special tool's connectors are
different from the ones of the ECM connectors.
However, the circuit arrangement of the special tool's
connectors is same as the one of the ECM
connectors. Therefore, measure circuit voltage and
resistance by identifying the terminal location subject
to the measurement.
Precautions of Electric Throttle Body System
Calibration
After performing one of works described below, it is
necessary to re-register the completely closed throttle
valve reference position stored in memory of ECM. (For
detailed information, refer to "Description of Electric
Throttle Body System Calibration".) For the procedure to
register such data in ECM, refer to "Electric Throttle
Body System Calibration in Section 1C".
• To shut off backup power of ECM for such purposes of
battery replacement or "DOME" fuse removal
• To erase DTCs P0122, P0123, P0222, P0223, P2101,
P2102, P2103, P2111, P2112, P2119 and/or P2135
• To replace ECM
• To replace throttle body and/or accelerator pedal
position (APP) sensor assembly
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