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Suzuki SX4 2016 Owner's Manual

Suzuki SX4 2016 Owner's Manual

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SERVICE STATION INFORMATION
Fuel recommendation:
See page 1-1
Engine oil recommendation:
Gasoline engine:
(M16A engine models)
Classification: ACEA A1/B1, A3/B3, A3/B4, A5/B5
API SL, SM or SN
ILSAC GF-3, GF-4 or GF-5
Viscosity: SAE 0W-20, 5W-30, 10W-30, 10W-40
(K10C and K14C engine models)
Classification: ACEA A1/B1, A3/B3, A3/B4, A5/B5
API SL, SM or SN
ILSAC GF-3, GF-4 or GF-5
Viscosity: SAE 5W-30, 10W-30, 10W-40
Diesel engine:
Classification: ACEA C2
Viscosity: SAE 0W-30
For further details, see "Engine Oil and Filter" in the
"INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE" section.
Part No. 99011-83RM0-01E June, 2016
Suzuki Red: Magenta 100%, Yellow 100%
Suzuki Blue: Cyan 100%, Magenta 70%
Takumi Blue: Cyan 100%, Black 85%
Black
22.0 mm
Brake and clutch fluid:
DOT4 or SAE J1704
TCSS transaxle oil:
"SUZUKI TCSS GEAR OIL 0001" or "PETRONAS
TUTELA TRANSMISSION GEARFORCE"
TCSS actuation tank fluid:
"SUZUKI TCSS ACTUATOR FLUID 1001" or
"PETRONAS TUTELA CS SPEED"
Automatic transaxle fluid:
SUZUKI AT-OIL AW-1
Tire cold pressure:
See the "Tire Information Label" located on the
driver's door lock pillar.
Printed in Hungary
OWNER'S MANUAL
Keep With Vehicle At All Times.
Contains Important Information
On Safety, Operation & Maintenance.

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  • Page 1 See page 1-1 DOT4 or SAE J1704 Engine oil recommendation: TCSS transaxle oil: Gasoline engine: “SUZUKI TCSS GEAR OIL 0001” or “PETRONAS TUTELA TRANSMISSION GEARFORCE” (M16A engine models) Classification: ACEA A1/B1, A3/B3, A3/B4, A5/B5 TCSS actuation tank fluid: API SL, SM or SN “SUZUKI TCSS ACTUATOR FLUID 1001”...
  • Page 2 See page 1-1 DOT4 or SAE J1704 Engine oil recommendation: TCSS transaxle oil: Gasoline engine: “SUZUKI TCSS GEAR OIL 0001” or “PETRONAS TUTELA TRANSMISSION GEARFORCE” (M16A engine models) Classification: ACEA A1/B1, A3/B3, A3/B4, A5/B5 TCSS actuation tank fluid: API SL, SM or SN “SUZUKI TCSS ACTUATOR FLUID 1001”...
  • Page 3 Copyright © 2016 All Rights Reserved No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose, without the express written permission of Magyar Suzuki Corporation Ltd. 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 4 Please read this manual carefully cial information, the symbol and the tion in this manual and your vehicle. before operating your new SUZUKI and words WARNING, CAUTION, NOTICE MAGYAR SUZUKI CORPORATION review the manual from time to time. It and NOTE have special meanings.
  • Page 5 CB (Citizen’s Band) radios may cause electronic interfer- ence with your vehicle’s ignition sys- tem, resulting in vehicle performance problems. Consult your SUZUKI dealer or qualified service technician for advice on installing such mobile communication equipment. 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 6 INTRODUCTION Thank you for choosing SUZUKI and welcome to our growing family. Your choice was a wise one; SUZUKI products are a great value that will give you years of driving pleasure. This Owner’s Manual was prepared to help you have a safe, enjoyable, and trouble-free experience with your SUZUKI. In it you will learn about the vehicle’s operation, its safety features and maintenance requirements.
  • Page 7 A wide variety of non-genuine replacement parts and accessories for SUZUKI vehicles are currently available in the market. Using these parts and accessories can affect the vehicle performance and shorten its useful life. Therefore, installation of non-genuine SUZUKI parts and accessories is not covered under warranty.
  • Page 8 SERVICE STATION GUIDE 1. Fuel (see section 1) 2. Engine hood (see section 5) 3. Tire changing tools (see section 8) 4. Engine oil dipstick <Yellow> (D16AA Diesel engine) (see section 7) 5. Engine coolant (see section 7) (RHD) 6. Windshield washer fluid (see section 7) 7.
  • Page 9 MEMO 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS FUEL RECOMMENDATION BEFORE DRIVING OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE DRIVING TIPS OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT VEHICLE LOADING AND TOWING INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE EMERGENCY SERVICE APPEARANCE CARE GENERAL INFORMATION SPECIFICATIONS SUPPLEMENT INDEX 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 11 ILLUSTRATED TABLE OF CONTENTS EXTERIOR, FRONT EXAMPLE 1. Engine Hood (P.5-2) 2. Windshield Wiper (P.2-106) 3. Sunroof (if equipped) (P.5-9) 4. Roof Rails (if equipped) (P.5-19) 5. Frame Hook (P.5-20) 6. Radar Sensor (if equipped) (P.3-97) 7. Parking Sensor (if equipped) (P.3-61) 8.
  • Page 12 ILLUSTRATED TABLE OF CONTENTS EXTERIOR, REAR EXAMPLE 1. Radio Antenna (P.5-38) 2. High-mount Stop Light (P.7-60) 3. Rear Window Wiper (P.2-109) 4. Fuel Filler Cap (P.5-1) 5. Rear Combination Light (P.7-58) 6. Reversing Light (P.7-59) 7. Rearview Camera (if equipped) (P.3-68) 8.
  • Page 13 ILLUSTRATED TABLE OF CONTENTS INTERIOR, FRONT EXAMPLE 1. Electric Window Controls (P.2-19)/ Electric Mirrors Control Switch (P.2-23)/ Outside Rearview Mirrors Folding Switch (if equipped) (P.2-24) 2. Front Passenger’s Front Air Bag (P.2-52) 3. Glove Box (P.5-11)/ Air Bag Deactivation Switch (P.2-61) 4.
  • Page 14 ILLUSTRATED TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Sun Visor (P.5-4) VIEW A EXAMPLE 2. Front Interior Light (P.5-5, 7-62) 3. Inside Rearview Mirror (P.2-22) 4. Overhead Console (if equipped) (P.5-12) 5. Sunroof Switch (if equipped) (P.5-9) 6. Hands-free Microphone (if equipped) (P.5-65) 61MM0A039 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 15 ILLUSTRATED TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Lighting Control Lever (P.2-98)/ VIEW B EXAMPLE Turn Signal Control Lever (P.2-104) 2. Remote Audio Controls (if equipped) (P.5-76) 3. Driver’s Front Air Bag (P.2-52) 4. Engine Hood Release Handle (P.5-2) 5. Headlight Leveling Switch (if equipped) (P.2-104)/ Front Fog Light Switch (if equipped) (P.2-103)/...
  • Page 16 ILLUSTRATED TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Adaptive Cruise Control Switch VIEW C EXAMPLE (if equipped) (P.3-51)/ Cruise Control Switches (if equipped) (P.3-57)/ Speed Limiter Switches (if equipped) (P.3-59) 2. Instrument Cluster (P.2-63)/ Information Display (P.2-66) 3. Windshield Wiper and Washer Lever (P.2-106)/ Rear Window Wiper and Washer Switch (P.2-109) 4.
  • Page 17 ILLUSTRATED TABLE OF CONTENTS INTERIOR, REAR EXAMPLE 1. Seat Belts (P.2-31) 2. Center Interior Light (P.5-5, 7-62) 3. Assist Grip (P.5-11) 4. Lap-Shoulder Belt with Detachable Connector (P.2-34) 5. Side Curtain Air Bags (P.2-56) 6. Rear Seats (P.2-27) 7. Rear Armrest with Cup Holders (if equipped) (P.5-15) 61MM0A041 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 18 ILLUSTRATED TABLE OF CONTENTS LUGGAGE EXAMPLE COMPARTMENT 3 4 5 1. Shopping Hook (P.5-17) 2. Luggage Compartment Cover (if equipped) (P.5-18) 3. Accessory Socket (if equipped) (P.5-8) 4. Luggage Compartment Light (if equipped) (P.5-5, 7-62) 5. Cargo Net Hooks (if equipped) (P.5-18) 6.
  • Page 19 ILLUSTRATED TABLE OF CONTENTS MEMO 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 20: Fuel Recommendation

    FUEL RECOMMENDATION FUEL RECOMMENDATION Fuel Recommendation ............1-1 65D394 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 21 Fuel system vent blowback occurs. damage or vehicle performance problems resulting from the use of such fuels are not the responsibility of SUZUKI and may not NOTICE be covered under the New Vehicle War- Be careful not to spill fuel containing ranty.
  • Page 22 FUEL RECOMMENDATION Diesel Engine NOTICE The diesel fuel should be with Cetane Be careful not to spill fuel containing Index higher than 50 and sulfur content alcohol while refueling. If fuel is less than 10 ppm (parts per million) and up spilled on the vehicle body, wipe it up to 7 % of Biodiesel ( ) as FAME (Fatty...
  • Page 23 FUEL RECOMMENDATION MEMO 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 24: Before Driving

    BEFORE DRIVING BEFORE DRIVING Keys ..................2-1 Door Locks ................2-2 Keyless Push Start System Remote Controller/ Keyless Entry System Transmitter ........2-6 Theft Deterrent Alarm System (if equipped) ..... 2-16 Windows ................2-19 Mirrors .................. 2-22 Front Seats ................2-24 Rear Seats ................
  • Page 25: Keys

    Ask ignition mode to “ON”. If you need to make your SUZUKI dealer to have the system spare keys or remote controllers, see your inspected. SUZUKI dealer. The vehicle must be pro-...
  • Page 26: Door Locks

    • If you own other vehicles with immobi- opened. lizer keys, keep those keys away from the ignition switch or the engine switch when using your SUZUKI, or the engine may not be started because they may interfere with your SUZUKI’s immobilizer system.
  • Page 27 BEFORE DRIVING To unlock a front door from outside the NOTE: Central Door Locking System vehicle, insert the key and turn the top of You can switch the function that unlocks all the key toward the front of the vehicle. doors from twice operations to once opera- tion, and vice versa, via the setting mode of the information display.
  • Page 28 BEFORE DRIVING NOTE: NOTE: • You can also lock or unlock all doors by • You can also activate the dead lock sys- operating the transmitter or remote con- tem by operating the transmitter or troller. Refer to “Keyless Push Start Sys- remote controller.
  • Page 29 BEFORE DRIVING Child-Proof Locks (rear door) Tailgate 2 times EXAMPLE EXAMPLE Front Rear 83E107 To release this system: To unlock all doors (including the tailgate), 61MM0A046 61MM0A047 insert the key in the driver’s door lock and (1) LOCK (1) Tailgate unlatch switch turn the top of the key toward the front of (2) UNLOCK the vehicle twice.
  • Page 30: Keyless Push Start System Remote Controller/Keyless Entry System Transmitter

    (1), have the vehicle (Type A) or a keyless entry system trans- inspected by your SUZUKI dealer. mitter (Type B). The remote controller has a keyless entry system and a keyless push CAUTION start system.
  • Page 31 “Information Display” in this section. antenna(s) disabled your SUZUKI dealer. The turn signal lights will flash once and the exterior buzzer will sound once when the doors are locked. Central door locking system with the...
  • Page 32 • If you lose one of the remote controllers, doors are unlocked: ask your SUZUKI dealer as soon as pos- With the remote controller inside the vehi- • To lock all doors, push one of the sible for a replacement. Be sure to have cle, if you push the “LOCK”...
  • Page 33 BEFORE DRIVING The turn signal lights will flash once and during this time, the light will start to fade When the remote controller is within the exterior buzzer will sound once when out immediately. approximately 80 cm (2 1/2 feet) from a the doors are locked, and then the turn sig- front door handle or the tailgate switch, you Be sure the doors are locked after you...
  • Page 34 • If you lose one of the remote controllers, The remote controller is a sensitive ask your SUZUKI dealer as soon as pos- electronic instrument. To avoid dam- sible for a replacement. Be sure to have aging the remote controller: your dealer program the new remote •...
  • Page 35 BEFORE DRIVING Press the request switch again after doing The indicator light will turn off within sev- Replacement of the battery the following: eral seconds after the remote controller is If the remote controller becomes unreli- With the ignition mode changed to “LOCK” returned to an area of the vehicle other able, replace the battery.
  • Page 36 The recy- cling of materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more detailed infor- mation about disposing or recycling of the used battery, consult your SUZUKI dealer. 2-12 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 37 BEFORE DRIVING Type A Central door locking system Keyless Entry System Transmitter The keyless push start system, controller • To lock all doors, push the “LOCK” but- (Type B) model S57L0, receiver model R57L1 and ton (1) once. key model TS008 are in compliance with •...
  • Page 38 • If you lose one of the transmitters, ask doors are locked with the dead lock sys- your SUZUKI dealer as soon as possible tem. for a replacement. Be sure to have your...
  • Page 39 8) Dispose of the used battery properly natural resources. For more detailed infor- according to applicable rules or regula- mation about disposing or recycling of the tions. Do not dispose of lithium batter- used battery, consult your SUZUKI dealer. ies with ordinary household trash. 2-15 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 40: Theft Deterrent Alarm System (If Equipped)

    BEFORE DRIVING Type B NOTE: Theft Deterrent Alarm System The Keyless Entry System, Transmitter • The theft deterrent alarm system gener- model T61M0 and Receiver model R57L1 ates alarms when any of the predeter- (if equipped) are in compliance with the essential mined conditions is met.
  • Page 41 BEFORE DRIVING How to arm the theft deterrent alarm NOTE: How to stop the alarm system (when enabled) • To prevent the alarm from being acci- Should the alarm be triggered accidentally, Lock all doors (including the tailgate) using dentally triggered, avoid arming it while unlock the doors using the keyless push the keyless push start system remote con- anyone remains inside the vehicle.
  • Page 42 BEFORE DRIVING Checking whether the alarm has been How to switch the state of the theft triggered during parking deterrent alarm system EXAMPLE If the alarm was triggered due to an unau- You can switch the theft deterrent alarm thorized entry into the vehicle and you then system from the enabled state to the dis- press the engine switch to change the igni- abled state, and vice versa, using the fol-...
  • Page 43: Windows

    BEFORE DRIVING 1) With the ignition mode “ON” or the igni- Every time you perform the series of the Windows tion switch in the “ON” position, close above steps, the state of the theft deterrent all the doors and engine hood, and turn alarm system changes from the currently the lock knob (1) on the driver’s door in selected one to the other.
  • Page 44 BEFORE DRIVING Passenger’s door Lock switch EXAMPLE EXAMPLE CLOSE OPEN 81A009 61MM0A052 61MM0A053 To open a window, push the top part of the The passenger’s door has a switch (5) to The driver’s door also has a lock switch for switch and to close the window lift up the operate the passenger’s window.
  • Page 45 BEFORE DRIVING Pinching Prevention Function WARNING CAUTION The driver’s window is equipped with the • You should always lock the pas- • The pinching prevention function pinching prevention function. The function senger’s window operation when does not act while you are holding detects a foreign object caught in the win- there are children in the vehicle.
  • Page 46: Mirrors

    To adjust the mirror, set function. Have your vehicle inspected by the selector tab (1) to the day position, an authorized SUZUKI dealer. then move the mirror up, down or sideways by hand to obtain the best view.
  • Page 47 BEFORE DRIVING • The auto dimming rearview mirror is Auto Dimming Rearview Mirror Outside Rearview Mirrors automatically deactivated while the gear- (if equipped) shift lever is in the “R” position. Adjust the outside rearview mirrors so you can just see the side of your vehicle in the mirrors.
  • Page 48: Front Seats

    BEFORE DRIVING 1) Move the selector switch to the left or Outside Rearview Mirrors Folding Front Seats right to select the mirror you wish to Switch (if equipped) adjust. 2) Press the outer part of the switch that corresponds to the direction in which Seat Adjustment EXAMPLE you wish to move the mirror.
  • Page 49 BEFORE DRIVING Seat position adjustment lever (1) Pull the lever up and slide the seat. EXAMPLE Seatback angle adjustment lever (2) Pull the lever up and move the seatback. Seat height adjustment lever (3) (if equipped) Pull the lever up to raise the seat. Push the lever down to lower the seat.
  • Page 50 BEFORE DRIVING NOTE: Head Restraints Front Seat Heater (if equipped) It may be necessary to recline the seat- back to provide enough overhead clear- ance to remove the head restraint. Front EXAMPLE 80J001 61MM0A093 Head restraints are designed to help (1) Left seat heater switch reduce the risk of neck injuries in the case (2) Right seat heater switch...
  • Page 51: Rear Seats

    BEFORE DRIVING • To select the low heat range, push the Rear Seats WARNING “LO” side (3) of the switch. the low side indicator light will illuminate when the Improperly using the seat heater can heater is on. be hazardous. An occupant can suf- •...
  • Page 52 BEFORE DRIVING Seatback angle adjustment lever (1) (if equipped) EXAMPLE Pull the lever up and move the seatback. After adjustment, try to move the seatback LOCK forward and rearward to ensure that it is securely latched. CAUTION After securing the rear seatback, make sure that it is locked securely.
  • Page 53 BEFORE DRIVING Rear Head Restraints Folding Rear Seats EXAMPLE Head restraints are designed to help The rear seats of your vehicle can be reduce the risk of neck injuries in the case folded forward to provide additional cargo of an accident. space.
  • Page 54 BEFORE DRIVING NOTICE NOTICE EXAMPLE After folding the rear seatback for- • When returning the rear seatback LOCK ward, do not allow any foreign mate- to the normal position, do not allow rial to enter the lock opening. This any foreign material to enter the may cause damage to the inside of lock opening.
  • Page 55: Seat Belts And Child Restraint Systems

    BEFORE DRIVING Seat Belts and Child Restraint Systems Above the pelvis Across the pelvis 65D606 65D201 WARNING WARNING • Never allow persons to ride in the (Continued) 65D231S cargo area of a vehicle. In the event • Seat belts should never be worn of an accident, there is a much with the straps twisted and should WARNING...
  • Page 56 BEFORE DRIVING WARNING WARNING (Continued) (Continued) • Never use the same seat belt on • For children, if the shoulder belt more than one occupant and never irritates the neck or face, move the attach a seat belt over an infant or child closer to the center of the as low as possible child being held on an occupant’s...
  • Page 57 BEFORE DRIVING Lap-Shoulder Belt Emergency locking retractor (ELR) Low on hips The seat belt has an emergency locking retractor (ELR), which is designed to lock the seat belt only during a sudden stop or impact. It also may lock if you pull the belt across your body very quickly.
  • Page 58 BEFORE DRIVING NOTE: Lap-Shoulder Belt with Detachable The word “CENTER” is marked on the Connector buckle for the rear center belt. The buckles CENTER are designed so a latch plate cannot be inserted into the wrong buckle. EXAMPLE 61MM0A060 Fastening Before fastening the rear center lap-shoul- der belt, make sure the detachable con- 61MM0A059...
  • Page 59 BEFORE DRIVING Unlatching and latching detachable connector EXAMPLE 61MM0A094 61MM0A062 Unfastening 61MM0A063 To unfasten the seat belt, push the button WARNING on the buckle (3) and retract the belt slowly Unlatching To minimize risk of severe injury or while attaching a hand to the belt or/and To unlatch the connector: death in the event of a crash, always the latch plate.
  • Page 60 BEFORE DRIVING Latching Stowing rear center lap-shoulder belt To latch the connector: Be sure to stow the belt after the belt is 1) Pull the belt out from the holder. retracted completely. 61MM0A064 61MM0A065 2) Insert the connector latch plate (2) into To stow the belt, insert the latch plate into the connector (3) so as to align the tri- the slit (1).
  • Page 61 BEFORE DRIVING (1) Driver’s seat belt reminder light / front Seat Belt Reminder passenger’s seat belt reminder light (2) Rear passenger’s seat belt reminder light (rear left)* EXAMPLE (3) Rear passenger’s seat belt reminder light (rear center)* (4) Rear passenger’s seat belt reminder light (rear right)* *1 This symbol represents that the seat belt is unfastened.
  • Page 62 BEFORE DRIVING NOTE: Front passenger’s seat belt reminder Shoulder Anchor Height Adjuster The driver’s seat belt reminder light / front The front passenger’s seat belt reminder passenger’s seat belt reminder light is for will activate only when there is a passen- both the driver and front passenger.
  • Page 63 BEFORE DRIVING Seat Belt Inspection Child Restraint Systems WARNING Be sure to inspect all seat belt EXAMPLE assemblies after any collision. Any seat belt assembly which was in use during a collision (other than a very minor one) should be replaced, even if damage to the assembly is not obvious.
  • Page 64 80JC016 tion No.16) Booster seat When purchasing a child restraint and WARNING install it to your SUZUKI, refer to the infor- EXAMPLE When using a child restraint system mation about suitability for child restrains on the front passenger’s seat, the shown in “Child Restraint System for...
  • Page 65 BEFORE DRIVING WARNING Children could be endangered in a crash if their child restraint systems are not properly secured in the vehi- cle. When installing a child restraint system, be sure to follow the instruc- tions below. Be sure to secure the child in the restraint system accord- ing to the manufacturer’s instruc- tions.
  • Page 66 BEFORE DRIVING Child Restraint System for Countries applied for UN Regulation No.16 Child Restraint The suitability of each passenger’s seat position for carriage of children and fitting of child restraint system is shown in the table below. Whenever you carry children under 12 years of age or smaller than 150 cm, properly use the child restraints which conform to UN Regu- lation No.44, the standard for child restraints, referring to the table.
  • Page 67 BEFORE DRIVING In case the front passenger airbag is deactivated. Seating position (or other site) Mass Group Intermediate Intermediate Front Passenger Rear Outboard Rear Center Outboard Center group 0 up to 10 kg N.A. N.A. group 0+ up to 13 kg N.A.
  • Page 68 BEFORE DRIVING Table of vehicle handbook information on ISOFIX child restraint systems installation suitability for various ISOFIX positions Vehicle ISOFIX positions Size Mass Group Fixture Front Rear Rear Intermediate Intermediate Others class Passenger Outboard Center Outboard Center sites ISO/L1 N.A. N.A.
  • Page 69 990E0-68L01-002 Child seat for central and southern Europe (F, B, NL, L, E, P, I, D, AT, IR, GB, M) 990E0-68L01-003 Child seat for northern Europe (S, FIN, DK, EST, LV, LT) Ask authorized SUZUKI dealer for detailed district information. 3) The head restraint should be in a used position.
  • Page 70 BEFORE DRIVING Whenever possible, SUZUKI recom- Installation with Lap-Shoulder Seat Installation with ISOFIX type mends that child restraint systems be Belts Anchorages installed on the rear seat. According to accident statistics, children are safer when properly restrained in rear seating posi- NOTICE tions than in front seating positions.
  • Page 71 BEFORE DRIVING Install the ISOFIX type child restraint sys- NOTICE tem according to the instructions provided EXAMPLE by the child restraint system manufacturer. Before installing a child restraint sys- After installing, try moving the child tem in the rear seat, raise the head restraint system in all directions especially restraint to the most upper position.
  • Page 72 BEFORE DRIVING 4) Push the child restraint toward the by the child restraint system manufac- Installation of Child Restraint with anchorages so that the connecting bar turer. Be sure to attach the top strap to Top Strap tips are partially hooked to the anchor- corresponding anchor located...
  • Page 73 This section of the owner’s manual The pretensioner is located in each front rized SUZUKI dealer as soon as possible. describes your SUZUKI’s SEAT BELT seat belt retractor. The pretensioner tight- PRETENSIONER SYSTEM.
  • Page 74 Have both systems inspected by an authorized SUZUKI dealer as soon as possible. Service on or around the pretensioner sys- tem components or wiring must be per- formed only by an authorized SUZUKI dealer who is specially trained.
  • Page 75: Supplemental Restraint System (Air Bags)

    System (air bags) WARNING This section of the owner’s manual describes the protection provided by your SUZUKI’s SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (air bags). Please read and follow ALL these instructions carefully to minimize your risk of severe injury or death in the event of a collision.
  • Page 76 Remember, since an air bag SUZUKI dealer as soon as possible. deploys only one time during an accident, seat belts are needed to restrain occu- pants from further movements during the accident.
  • Page 77 BEFORE DRIVING Therefore, an air bag is NOT a substitute Front passenger’s front air bag located behind the passenger’s side of the for seat belts. To maximize your protection, dashboard. EXAMPLE ALWAYS WEAR YOUR SEAT BELTS. Be The driver’s knee air bag is located in the aware that no system can prevent all pos- dashboard below the steering wheel.
  • Page 78 BEFORE DRIVING Conditions of front air bags deployment Conditions of front air bags may inflate (inflation) Receiving a strong impact to the lower body of your vehicle, the front air bags will inflate in many cases. 80J101 • Landing hard or falling 80J097 •...
  • Page 79 BEFORE DRIVING Front air bags may not inflate The front air bags may not inflate when the impact is absorbed since the collision object moved, vehicle body deformed, or collision angle was greater than about 30 degrees from the front. 80J119 80J104 •...
  • Page 80 BEFORE DRIVING needed to restrain occupants from further Side Air Bags and Side Curtain Air movements during the accident. Bags Therefore, an air bag is NOT a substitute for seat belts. To maximize your protection, EXAMPLE ALWAYS WEAR YOUR SEAT BELTS. Be aware that no system can prevent all pos- sible injuries that may occur in an accident.
  • Page 81 BEFORE DRIVING Side curtain air bags Conditions of side air bags and side Side air bags and side curtain air bags curtain air bags deployment (inflation) may inflate in a strong impact EXAMPLE 80J102 • Collision from the front 80J119 •...
  • Page 82 BEFORE DRIVING Side air bags and side curtain air bags may not inflate 80J123 80J125 • Collision from the side at an angle • Collision from the side by a motorcycle 80J121 or bicycle 80J124 80J122 80J126 • Collision from the side with a high-height •...
  • Page 83 BEFORE DRIVING Air bags must inflate quickly and forcefully in order to reduce the chance of serious or fatal injuries. However, an unavoidable consequence of the quick inflation is that the air bag may irritate bare skin, such as the facial area against a front air bag. Also, upon inflation, a loud noise will occur and some powder and smoke will be released.
  • Page 84 Please remind anyone who board. For vehicles with side air caution may prevent normal infla- services your SUZUKI that it has air bags. bags and side curtain air bag, tion of the driver’s knee air bag in occupants should not lean on or the event of a collision.
  • Page 85 BEFORE DRIVING When the front passenger’s air bag is acti- Front Passenger Air Bag Deactiva- vated, both the “PASSENGER AIR BAG tion System ON” indicator (1) and “PASSENGER AIR BAG OFF” indicator (2) come on for a few seconds then go out. After then only the “PASSENGER AIR BAG ON”...
  • Page 86 When- starting the engine. ing the engine. ever possible, SUZUKI recommends that 1) Make sure the ignition switch is in the 1) Make sure the ignition switch is in the child restraint systems be installed on the “LOCK”...
  • Page 87: Instrument Cluster

    BEFORE DRIVING Instrument Cluster 1. Speedometer 2. Tachometer 3. Fuel gauge 4. Temperature gauge 5. Information display 6. Warning and indicator lights EXAMPLE 83RM072 2-63 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 88: Speedometer

    BEFORE DRIVING Refer to “Low Fuel Warning Light” in Speedometer Fuel Gauge “Warning and Indicator Lights” in this sec- tion for details. The speedometer indicates vehicle speed. The mark (2) indicates that the fuel filler door is located on the left side of the vehi- cle.
  • Page 89: Temperature Gauge

    BEFORE DRIVING To reduce the brightness of the instrument Temperature Gauge Brightness Control panel lights, turn the indicator selector knob (1) counterclockwise. WARNING EXAMPLE EXAMPLE If you attempt to adjust the bright- ness of the instrument panel lights while driving, you could lose control of the vehicle.
  • Page 90: Information Display

    BEFORE DRIVING Display (E) Information Display Selector position EXAMPLE (for automatic transaxle or TCSS models) / The information display is shown when the Gear position ignition switch is in the “ON” position or the (for automatic transaxle or TCSS models) / ignition mode is “ON”.
  • Page 91 BEFORE DRIVING Some warning and indicator messages Thermometer Fuel Consumption / Driving Range / may appear on the display when the igni- Average Speed / Oil Life (for diesel tion switch is in the “ACC” or “LOCK” posi- The display (C) shows the thermometer. engine models) tion, or the ignition mode is “ACC”...
  • Page 92 BEFORE DRIVING To switch the display indication, push the indicator selector knob (2) quickly. EXAMPLE NOTE: The value of fuel consumption, driving range and average speed shown in the display are affected by conditions such as the following; • road condition •...
  • Page 93 BEFORE DRIVING Instantaneous fuel consumption the ignition switch is turned to the “ON” NOTE: The display shows instantaneous fuel con- position or the engine switch is pressed to If you add only a small amount of fuel sumption with a bar graph only when the change the ignition mode to “ON”.
  • Page 94 To reset the after driving for a short time. indicator, consult your SUZUKI dealer. When the oil life monitoring is reset, the oil NOTE: life monitoring indicates 30000 km. If the When you reconnect the negative (–) ter-...
  • Page 95 Refer to To reset the trip meter to zero, push and “Twin Clutch System by Suzuki (TCSS)” in hold the trip meter selector knob (3) for the “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” sec- about 2 seconds when the display shows tion for details.
  • Page 96 BEFORE DRIVING NOTE: Fuel reset (Average fuel consumption Setting Mode • If you push and hold the indicator selec- reset setting) tor knob (2) to enter the setting mode You can change when the value of aver- When the ignition switch is in the “ON” when the display (D) shows average fuel age fuel consumption is reset.
  • Page 97 BEFORE DRIVING • To change the minute indication, turn the return the turn signal control lever immedi- IS A/C (ENG A-STOP system setting) indicator selector knob (2) left or right ately after moving it. (if equipped) repeatedly when the minute indication •...
  • Page 98 BEFORE DRIVING • When you push and hold the indicator Warning and Indicator Messages selector knob (2) for about 2 seconds while a message is displayed, the mes- The display shows warning and indicator sage will disappear temporarily. If the messages to let you know about certain problem that caused the message is not vehicle problems.
  • Page 99 BEFORE DRIVING Warning and indicator messages All models Warning and Indicator Master Warning Sound Cause and Remedy Message Indicator Light Blinks “Beep” (one time from inte- A door or tailgate is not properly closed. (only while vehicle rior buzzer; only while vehi- Stop in a safe place and close the door or is in motion) cle is in motion)
  • Page 100 (#1) 61MS409 Blinks “Beep” (one time from inte- If this message is displayed, have your rior buzzer) vehicle inspected by an authorized SUZUKI dealer. 61MM0A180 Blinks “Beep” (one time from inte- You should change the engine oil and oil fil- rior buzzer) ter immediately.
  • Page 101 “Beep” (one time from inte- There may be a problem with the fuel filter. rior buzzer) Have your vehicle inspected by an autho- rized SUZUKI dealer. 61MM0A225 Blinks “Beep” (one time from inte- There is a possibility to have water in the rior buzzer) fuel filter.
  • Page 102 BEFORE DRIVING Warning and Indicator Master Warning Sound Cause and Remedy Message Indicator Light ® Blinks “Beep” (one time from inte- You should regenerate the DPF ® rior buzzer) Refer to “Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF )” in the “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” sec- tion.
  • Page 103 BEFORE DRIVING Models with keyless push start system Warning and Indicator Master Warning Sound Cause and Remedy Message Indicator Light The brake pedal (for automatic transaxle or TCSS models) or the clutch pedal (for man- ual transaxle models) is depressed. Press the engine switch to start the engine.
  • Page 104 BEFORE DRIVING Warning and Indicator Master Warning Sound Cause and Remedy Message Indicator Light Blinks Series of beeps under cer- The remote controller may be outside the tain conditions (for about 2 vehicle or its battery may have become dis- seconds from exterior and/or charged.
  • Page 105 “Beep” (one time from inte- There is a problem with the keyless push rior buzzer) start system. Have your vehicle inspected by an autho- rized SUZUKI dealer. 61MM0A169 Blinks “Beep” (one time from inte- The steering lock is not disengaged. While...
  • Page 106 BEFORE DRIVING Warning and Indicator Master Warning Sound Cause and Remedy Message Indicator Light Manual Transaxle The engine switch is pressed without depressing the brake and clutch pedals. Try again as instructed by the message. 61MM0A166 Automatic Transaxle or TCSS The engine switch is pressed with the gear- shift lever in a position other than “P”.
  • Page 107 BEFORE DRIVING Models with automatic transaxle Warning and Indicator Master Warning Sound Cause and Remedy Message Indicator Light Blinks “Beep” (one time from inte- The automatic transaxle fluid temperature rior buzzer) becomes too high. Stop the vehicle in a safe place and let the fluid cool down.
  • Page 108 “Beep” (one time from inte- There may be a problem with the ESP rior buzzer) system. Have your vehicle inspected by an autho- rized SUZUKI dealer. 61MM0A178 Blinks “Beep” (one time from inte- There may be a problem with the hill hold rior buzzer) control system.
  • Page 109: Warning And Indicator Lights

    When the system detects a malfunction, while driving, have your vehicle this light will blink for about 75 seconds inspected by an authorized SUZUKI and then remain continuously illuminated. dealer. Even if the light turns off after This sequence will be repeated after the blinking, indicating that the monitor- ignition switch is turned to the “ON”...
  • Page 110 BEFORE DRIVING WARNING WARNING WARNING The load-carrying capacity of your Continuing to drive with the low tire (Continued) tires is reduced at lower inflation pressure warning light on can lead to • If your vehicle is equipped with a pressures. If your tires are even mod- an accident, resulting in severe injury flat tire repair kit instead of a spare erately under-inflated, the load on the...
  • Page 111 If any of the following conditions the vehicle’s brake system. If this happens, occur, you should immediately ask you should: your SUZUKI dealer to inspect the 1) Pull off the road and stop carefully. brake system. • If the brake system warning light...
  • Page 112 ESP systems (other than If one of these happens, have the system ABS). You should have the system inspected by your SUZUKI dealer. inspected by an authorized SUZUKI If the ABS becomes inoperative, the brake dealer. system will function as an ordinary brake system that does not have this ABS sys- ®...
  • Page 113 If there is enough oil, the lubrication sys- dealer. ® “Electronic Stability Program (ESP )” in tem should be inspected by your SUZUKI dealer before you drive the vehicle again. the “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” sec- tion. NOTICE • If you operate the engine with this light on, severe engine damage can result.
  • Page 114 “ON” position tem. or the engine switch is pressed to Bring the vehicle to your SUZUKI dealer to change the ignition mode to “ON”, have the damage fixed. stays on for more than 10 seconds,...
  • Page 115 If this light comes on when the engine is – You keep depressing the accelerator running, there is a problem with the tran- pedal with depressing the brake pedal. saxle system. Ask your SUZUKI dealer to – You keep depressing the accelerator 54G391 have the system inspected.
  • Page 116 When the power steering control system tem. Bring the vehicle to your SUZUKI cool down, the power steering system dealer to have the problem corrected. back to the original condition.
  • Page 117 “ON”, this light comes on briefly so you can check that the light is working. If this light comes on, there is a problem with the LED headlight. Park the vehicle in a safe place and consult your SUZUKI dealer to have the problem corrected. 2-93 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 118 BEFORE DRIVING you it is necessary to change the engine oil 4WD Warning Light (if equipped) Oil Change Request Light and oil filter. When the engine oil and oil fil- (if equipped) ter are changed, and the oil life monitoring system is reset, this light will go out.
  • Page 119 (For Diesel Engine Model) (For Diesel Engine Model) change timing properly. To reset the light, consult your SUZUKI dealer. NOTICE Severe engine damage will result, if you keep operating the engine after this light blinking.
  • Page 120 BEFORE DRIVING ® For details of the DPF , refer to “Diesel ® Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF “ENG A-STOP” Indicator Light Particulate Filter” in the “OPERATING Warning Light (For Diesel Engine (if equipped) YOUR VEHICLE” section. Model) NOTICE ® Be sure to regenerate the DPF when ®...
  • Page 121 STOP system. You should have the sys- mode is “ON”. tem will stop functioning when the ignition tem inspected by an authorized SUZUKI • When there is a problem with the radar mode is “ON”. dealer.
  • Page 122: Lighting Control Lever

    If this light stays on, there is a problem with 57L21128 the adaptive cruise control system. Have the system inspected by your SUZUKI WARNING dealer. To avoid possible injury, do not oper- ate controls by reaching through the steering wheel.
  • Page 123 BEFORE DRIVING Lighting Operation EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 61MM0A073 With the headlights on, push the lever for- ward to switch to the high beams (main 61MM0A072 beams) or pull the lever toward you to To turn the lights on or off, twist the knob switch to the low beams.
  • Page 124 BEFORE DRIVING Your vehicle’s lighting system is controlled by two main systems: the Lighting switch and Automatic Lights Operation the Auto-On Headlight System (when the lighting switch is in the “AUTO” position). (if equipped) The two systems work together to operate your lights as shown in the following chart: ON: Lights ON EXAMPLE LIGHT: When it is light around the light sensor (5).
  • Page 125 BEFORE DRIVING To turn the lights on or off, twist the knob CAUTION on the end of the lever. There are four Front position lights, tail lights, license positions: plate light, instrument lights and headlights If the light sensor area of the wind- are on.
  • Page 126 Please contact an authorized condition: column, when the following three condi- SUZUKI dealer if you want the function The headlights and/or position lights are tions are all met. reprogrammed. on even after the ignition switch is turned...
  • Page 127: Front Fog Light Switch (If Equipped)

    BEFORE DRIVING Daytime Running Light (D.R.L.) Rear Fog Light Switch Front Fog Light Switch System (if equipped) When the engine is started, this system EXAMPLE turns on the daytime running lights. Conditions for D.R.L. system operation 1) The engine is running. 2) Headlights and front fog light (if equipped) are off.
  • Page 128: Headlight Leveling Switch (If Equipped)

    BEFORE DRIVING Headlight Leveling Switch Turn Signal Control Lever Vehicle Load Switch Position Condition (if equipped) Driver only Driver + 1 passenger (in front seat) Driver + 4 passengers, no cargo Driver + 4 passengers, cargo added Driver + full cargo 57L21128 80JM040 WARNING...
  • Page 129 With the ignition switch in the “ON” position and its indicator (1 to 4 times). Please ask or the ignition mode “ON”, move the lever an authorized SUZUKI dealer for the cus- up or down to activate the right or left turn tomization.
  • Page 130: Hazard Warning Switch

    BEFORE DRIVING Wiper and Washer Operation Hazard Warning Switch Windshield Wiper and Washer Lever When the ignition switch is in the “ON” position or the ignition mode is “ON”, you EXAMPLE can use the wiper/washer lever or switch (if equipped). Windshield Wipers EXAMPLE 61MM0A078...
  • Page 131 BEFORE DRIVING Move the lever up and hold it to the “MIST” Windshield Wipers with Rain Sens- position, the windshield wipers will turn on EXAMPLE ing Function (if equipped) continuously at low speed. EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 61MM0A082 If the control lever has on “AUTO” position, you can change the system’s sensitivity to 61MM0A080 rain/snow by turning the knob of the con-...
  • Page 132 – The rain sensor is hotter than 80°C setting as follows. Please contact an switch in the “ON” mode. Other- (176°F) in the sun or lower than –10°C authorized SUZUKI dealer for this customi- wise, the wipers could unexpect- (14°F) in freezing weather. (The wip- zation.
  • Page 133 BEFORE DRIVING Windshield Washer Rear Window Wiper/Washer Switch NOTICE To help prevent damage to the wind- EXAMPLE EXAMPLE shield wiper and washer system components, you should take the fol- Washer lowing precautions: • Do not continue to hold in the lever Wiper when there...
  • Page 134: Tilt/Telescoping (If Equipped) Steering Lock Lever

    BEFORE DRIVING Tilt/Telescoping (if equipped) NOTICE WARNING Steering Lock Lever Clear ice or snow from the rear win- Never attempt to adjust the steering dow and rear wiper blade before wheel while the vehicle is moving or using the rear wiper. Accumulated you could lose control of the vehicle.
  • Page 135: Horn

    BEFORE DRIVING Type 2 Horn Heated Rear Window and EXAMPLE Heated Outside Rearview Mirrors (if equipped) Switch EXAMPLE Type 1 EXAMPLE 61MM0A087 When the rear window is misted, push this switch (1) to clear the window. 68LM240 Press the horn button of the steering wheel EXAMPLE to sound the horn.
  • Page 136 BEFORE DRIVING switch (1), both the heated outside rear- view mirrors and the heated rear window will operate simultaneously. An indicator light will be lit when the defog- ger is on. The defogger will work only when the engine is running. To turn off the defogger, push the switch (1) again.
  • Page 137 BEFORE DRIVING MEMO 2-113 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 138: Operating Your Vehicle

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Exhaust Gas Warning ............3-1 Daily Inspection Checklist ..........3-1 Engine Oil Consumption ............ 3-2 Ignition Switch (Vehicle without Keyless Push Start System) ....3-3 Engine Switch (Vehicle with Keyless Push Start System) ......3-5 Keyless Push Start System (if equipped) ......
  • Page 139: Exhaust Gas Warning

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Exhaust Gas Warning Daily Inspection Checklist WARNING (Continued) • Do not park with the engine run- Before Driving ning for a long period of time, even in an open area. If it is necessary to sit for a short time in a parked vehi- cle with the engine running, make sure the air intake selector is set to “FRESH AIR”...
  • Page 140: Engine Oil Consumption

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: vehicle. Make sure that you cannot Engine Oil Consumption It is normal for water to drip from the air open the hood all the way without conditioning system after use. releasing the secondary latch. Be sure It is normal for the engine to consume to close the hood securely after check- 4) Make sure the hood is fully closed and...
  • Page 141: Ignition Switch

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE making it appear that the oil level has not Ignition Switch changed. EXAMPLE You should also be aware that the diluting (Vehicle without Keyless ingredients evaporate out when the vehicle Push Start System) is subsequently driven at high speeds, such as on an expressway, making it appear that oil is excessively consumed after high-speed driving.
  • Page 142 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Manual transaxle Accessories such as the radio can oper- Turn to “LOCK” ate, but the engine is off. This is the normal operating position. All electrical systems are on. Push START This is the position for starting the engine using the starter motor.
  • Page 143: Engine Switch

    SUZUKI dealer. (If you need to re-start the engine while the • Do not leave the ignition switch in vehicle is moving, shift into “N”.) the “ON” position if the engine is...
  • Page 144: Keyless Push Start System (If Equipped)

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Manual transaxle – Provided you have the Unreleased Steering Lock Warning Keyless Push Start System keyless push start system remote control- ler with you, the engine automatically If the steering lock remains engaged when (if equipped) starts when you press the engine switch to you press the engine switch to change the select this ignition mode after shifting to ignition mode to “ON”, the information dis-...
  • Page 145 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE • When the engine is off and the position Every time you press the engine switch, Selection of Ignition Modes lights are on. The illumination will go out the ignition mode changes as follows. when the position lights are turned off. Press the engine switch to select the •...
  • Page 146 “P”, or if the knob button is pushed the keyless push start system. Contact when the gearshift lever is in “P” position an authorized SUZUKI dealer for an the ignition mode cannot be returned to inspection of the system.
  • Page 147 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE (OFF) by pressing the engine switch and “Remote Controller Outside” Warn- then perform the engine starting opera- tion. Refer to “Starting the Engine” in this section. When either of the conditions described • Always keep the remote controller with below is met, the system issues a “remote you as the driver.
  • Page 148: Parking Brake Lever

    To set the parking brake, hold vehicle but very close to a door. rized SUZUKI dealer. the brake pedal down and pull the parking – The remote controller is on the instru- brake lever all the way up. To release the ment panel.
  • Page 149: Pedal

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Parking Brake Reminder Buzzer Pedal WARNING A buzzer sounds intermittently to remind Always set the parking brake fully you to release the parking brake if you Manual transaxle before leaving your vehicle or it may start the vehicle without releasing the park- move, causing injury or damage.
  • Page 150: Starting The Engine (Vehicle Without Keyless Push Start System)

    Depressing the accelerator pedal braking. increases power output and speed. Brake Pedal (2) Your SUZUKI vehicle is equipped with front and rear disc brakes. Depressing the brake pedal applies both sets of brakes. You may hear occasional brake squeal 83RM005 when you apply the brakes.
  • Page 151 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: If the engine does not start after 12 sec- (For Diesel Engine Model) Automatic transaxle vehicles have a starter onds of cranking, wait about 15 seconds, Cold engine interlock device which is designed to keep then press down the accelerator pedal to Turn the ignition switch to the “ON”...
  • Page 152 If the malfunction indicator light still comes on after the engine started, there may be some problem with the engine. Ask your SUZUKI dealer to have the engine inspected. TCSS 82K254 3) The “PUSH START SWITCH” message will appear on the information display in the instrument cluster.
  • Page 153 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: Stopping the engine WARNING • You do not need to keep the engine switch pressed to start the engine. • Depress the engine switch to stop the Make sure that the parking brake is • The engine of a manual transaxle vehi- engine after the vehicle stopped com- set fully and the transaxle is in Neu- cle will not start unless the clutch pedal...
  • Page 154 This should clear the from over-deteriorating. Deteriorated engine if it is flooded. engine oil will damage the bearings of the If you are unable to start the engine using turbocharger. this procedure, consult your SUZUKI dealer. 3-16 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 155 Ask your several attempts using above SUZUKI dealer to have the engine method, there may be a problem else- inspected. where, such as a low battery. Contact your SUZUKI dealer for inspection. • The immobilizer/keyless push start sys-...
  • Page 156 “LOCK” (OFF) mode. If the ignition mode to “LOCK” (OFF), you this happens, have the vehicle inspected cannot use a request switch or keyless by an authorized SUZUKI dealer after push start system remote controller to lock doing the following: the doors.
  • Page 157 ® When you drive or idle your vehicle, white out, the regeneration of the DPF will be system, consult your SUZUKI dealer. smoke may be emitted depending on the completed. 3) When the engine oil level exceeds the grade of fuel used.
  • Page 158: Using The Transaxle

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE 6MT model Using the Transaxle Manual Transaxle 5MT model EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 61MS2A005 61MS2A004 Reverse gear (6MT model): with lifting up Starting off ring, shift the gearshift lever to the right, To start off, depress the clutch pedal all the engage gear.
  • Page 159 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Downshifting maximum allowable For D16AA engine models WARNING speeds Downshifting km/h (mph) • Reduce your speed and downshift For M16A engine models 2nd to 1st 45 (28) to a lower gear before going down Downshifting km/h (mph) a long or steep hill.
  • Page 160 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE The gearshift lever has a lock mechanism NOTE: 6-Speed Automatic Transaxle to help prevent accidental shifting. To shift • Always shift the gearshift lever without the gearshift lever: pushing in the knob button (1) except Gearshift lever when you shift from “P”...
  • Page 161 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE N (Neutral) Manual mode NOTICE Use this position for starting the engine if The automatic transaxle can shift gears the engine stalls and you need to restart it automatically. When using the manual Be sure to take the following precau- while the vehicle is moving.
  • Page 162 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: Using the shift paddle • The indicated gear position on the infor- mation display when you shift from “D” to “M” is the gear position that was selected automatically when the gear- shift lever was in “D”. •...
  • Page 163 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Canceling the manual mode 1) Be sure the parking brake is firmly If You Cannot Shift Automatic Tran- To cancel the manual mode, shift the gear- applied. saxle Gearshift Lever Out of “P” shift lever from “M” to “D”. 2) If the engine is running, stop the (PARK) engine.
  • Page 164 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Right Hand Drive Vehicle 1) Be sure the parking brake is firmly Twin Clutch System by Suzuki applied. (TCSS) 2) If the engine is running, stop the engine. 3) Make sure the key is in the “ON” or NOTICE “ACC”...
  • Page 165 If the gear- shift lever cannot be shifted yet, there may be something wrong with the gearshift lever. Ask your SUZUKI dealer to have it inspected. 61MM463 (1) Knob button...
  • Page 166 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Use the gearshift lever positions as fol- D (Drive) NOTE: lows: Use this position for all normal driving. Warning buzzer will sound in the following cases: With the gearshift lever in “D” range you P (Park) • If the manual shifting is not accepted. can get an automatic downshift by press- Use this position to lock the transaxle •...
  • Page 167 In this case, ask function. “D” position, the system will re-try shifting your SUZUKI dealer to inspect the automatically. This will take some time, TCSS as soon as possible. Drive mode...
  • Page 168 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Starting off on an uphill: Starting off on a downhill: Manual mode 1) Apply the parking brake firmly so that 1) Depress the brake pedal and shift the When using the manual mode, you can the vehicle does not roll backwards. gearshift lever to the “D”...
  • Page 169 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: Using the gearshift lever Using the shift paddle You can change to the manual mode tem- porarily by pulling the shift paddle on the steering wheel toward you when the gear- shift lever is in “D”. Shifting in the manual mode You can shift gears from 1st to 6th depend- ing on driving speed.
  • Page 170 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Canceling the manual mode If You Cannot Shift TCSS Gearshift To cancel the manual mode, shift the gear- Lever Out of “P” (PARK) shift lever from “M” to “D”. Left Hand Drive Vehicle Temporary manual mode Pull the shift paddle toward you when driv- ing with the gearshift lever in the “D”...
  • Page 171: Gearshift Indicator

    “ACC”. sary, or the procedure does not work as 4) While pushing the release button (1), described, consult your SUZUKI dealer or push the knob button (2) and shift the a roadside assistance service. gearshift lever to the desired position.
  • Page 172 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE The electronic control system monitors NOTE: WARNING driving condition (such as vehicle speed • For manual transaxle, the gearshift indi- and/or engine revolution), and it shows cator is not indicated when the gear The gearshift indicator is designed to which gear position is optimal for your driv- position is in “N”...
  • Page 173 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Example of the gearshift indicator Manual transaxle Indication Description Lower gear position is selected for the vehicle speed and/or engine revolution. Changing to a higher gear posi- tion is recommended. • In this case, shifting up to 4th gear position is recommended. Current gear position is optimal for the vehicle speed and/or engine revolution.
  • Page 174: Four-Mode 4Wd System (If Equipped)

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE SPORT Four-mode 4WD System This mode is optimized for sporty driving. EXAMPLE The system apportions torque to promote (if equipped) cornering performance. • In the vehicle with automatic transaxle, this mode optimizes the throttle/torque EXAMPLE characteristics with small and moderate throttle openings to keep the engine PUSH LOCK...
  • Page 175 4WD system. Have the sys- • When the ignition switch is turned to the tem inspected by an authorized “ON” position or the engine switch is SUZUKI dealer. pressed to change the ignition mode to “ON”, the AUTO mode is selected auto- NOTICE matically.
  • Page 176 “Beep” (one time from inte- There may be a problem with the four- rior buzzer) mode 4WD system. Have your vehicle inspected by an autho- rized SUZUKI dealer. 61MM0A185 Blinks “Beep” (one time from inte- Tires of different sizes may be fitted or tires rior buzzer) may be insufficiently inflated.
  • Page 177 Stop in a safe place and allow the engine to idle. 61MM0A187 Blinks “Beep” (one time from inte- If this message is displayed, have your rior buzzer) vehicle inspected by an authorized SUZUKI dealer. 61MM0A203 3-39 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 178 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Warning and Indicator Master Warning Sound Cause and Remedy Message Indicator Light Blinks “Beep” (one time from inte- The “LOCK” part of the driving mode switch rior buzzer) is pushed when the vehicle speed is more than 60 km/h (37 mph). (#1) Refer to “Selecting LOCK mode”...
  • Page 179 Warning and Indicator Master Warning Sound Cause and Remedy Message Indicator Light Blinks “Beep” (one time from inte- There may be a problem with the driving rior buzzer) mode switch. Have your vehicle inspected by an authorized SUZUKI dealer. 61MM0A189 3-41 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 180: Eng A-Stop System

    Only use the vehicle battery types vehicle unattended, turn the ignition WARNING that have been approved by SUZUKI switch to the “LOCK” position or press vehicle manufacture, otherwise you the engine switch to stop the engine.
  • Page 181 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE For more details, refer to the explanation • The “ENG A-STOP OFF” light blinks. below. • Engine coolant temperature is either low or high. • Vehicle battery performance is low. Automatically Stopping the Engine • The temperature of the vehicle battery is either low or high.
  • Page 182 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Automatic transaxle or TCSS models • When the engine is started with the hood NOTICE 1) With the gearshift lever in “D” or “N”, open. depress brake pedal and stop the vehi- • The vehicle has stopped on a steep hill. The brake booster becomes inoperative cle.
  • Page 183 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE • Blower speed selector is set to the “ON” Automatically Restarting the Engine NOTICE mode and the inside of the vehicle has not sufficiently cooled and warmed (for The ENG A-STOP system will not Manual transaxle models the vehicle with automatic air condition- operate and engine does not restart ing).
  • Page 184 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Automatic transaxle or TCSS models NOTE: NOTE: Under the following conditions, the engine When the engine restarts, the sound of the will restart automatically even if the engine audio may be interrupted. was stopped by the ENG A-STOP system: This is normal and not the malfunction of •...
  • Page 185: Adaptive Cruise Control System (If Equipped)

    The adaptive cruise control system allows should have the system inspected by an you to maintain a steady speed without authorized SUZUKI dealer. For details, keeping your foot on the accelerator pedal. refer to “Warning and Indicator Lights” in You can use the adaptive cruise control the “BEFORE DRIVING”...
  • Page 186 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE The adaptive cruise control system has the • Possible detecting distance between WARNING following four controls. your vehicle and a vehicle ahead is within about 100 m (328 ft). • Deceleration control by the adap- (1) Constant-speed control tive cruise control system is lim- (There is no vehicle ahead) (3) Following control...
  • Page 187 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE (4) Acceleration control Situations where the Radar will not (A vehicle ahead goes out of range) EXAMPLE Activate Properly EXAMPLE WARNING Do not use the adaptive cruise con- trol system under the following situa- tions. Otherwise, the system will not 83RM013 function properly and unexpected •...
  • Page 188 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Situations where the Radar may not Situations where the Radar may EXAMPLE Activate Properly Activate Properly Under the following situations, the radar Under the following situations, the radar may not detect a vehicle ahead correctly system detects a vehicle on the neighbor- and frontal collision warning may not func- ing lane or roadside objects and frontal col- tion.
  • Page 189 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Information display 3) Push “SET –” switch (5), “SET” indica- Setting Cruising Speed tor (8) and set speed indication (10) appear on the information display. EXAMPLE Adaptive cruise control switch Take your foot off the accelerator pedal and the set speed will be maintained.
  • Page 190 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Changing following distance While cruise indicator (7) is on, you can adjust a following distance between your vehicle and the vehicle ahead as follows, by pressing following distance setting switch (1). Indication Description Short (“Dist: 1”) A following distance will be kept shorter, compared with Middle setting. Middle (“Dist: 2”) This is an initial setting.
  • Page 191 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: Changing Speed Temporarily Canceling Adaptive Cruise Control When the brake pedal is depressed, “SET” indicator (8) disappears until you reset the When the cruising speed is maintained, “SET” indicator (8) will disappear and the cruising speed. you can temporarily accelerate or deceler- adaptive cruise control system will be can- ate.
  • Page 192 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE To resume the previously set speed, push “Radar Brake Support System” in this sec- Frontal Collision Warning “RES +” switch (4) and turn on “SET” indi- tion. cator (8). The vehicle speed must be WARNING above about 40 km/h (25 mph) when the vehicle is not under the above conditions.
  • Page 193 Blinks Beep (one time from interior buzzer) There may be malfunction of the adap- tive cruise control system. Contact your SUZUKI dealer for inspection. 54P000356 Blinks Beep (one time from interior buzzer) The radar brake support system is dis-...
  • Page 194 Beep (one time from interior There may be a problem with the radar buzzer) brake support system. Have your vehicle inspected by an autho- rized SUZUKI dealer. 54P000357 Blinks Beep (one time from interior There may be a problem with the radar...
  • Page 195: Cruise Control (If Equipped)

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE To Set Cruising Speed Cruise Control (if equipped) 1) Turn on the cruise control system by The cruise control system allows you to pushing the “CRUISE” switch (1). When maintain a steady speed without keeping the cruise indicator (5) comes on, you your foot on the accelerator pedal.
  • Page 196 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE When you push the “CRUISE” switch (1), To Change Speed Temporarily To Change Cruising Speed the system is on and the cruise indicator (5) will come on. When the vehicle’s speed When the cruising speed is maintained, Using the accelerator pedal is controlled by the cruise control system, you can temporarily accelerate or deceler-...
  • Page 197: Speed Limiter (If Equipped)

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Models with cruise control Cancellation of the Cruise Control Speed Limiter (if equipped) The set indicator (6) will go off and the cruise control will be canceled temporarily EXAMPLE with following procedures: • Push the “CANCEL” switch (2). •...
  • Page 198 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE To Set Maximum Speed To Override the Maximum Speed To Change Speed Setting 1) Turn on the speed limiter system by You can exceed the maximum speed tem- Setting to the current speed pushing the speed limiter switch (1). porarily by quickly depressing the acceler- 1) Push the “CANCEL”...
  • Page 199: Parking Sensors (If Equipped)

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE obstacle and return from it, from which it Cancellation of the Speed Limiter Parking Sensors (if equipped) determines the obstacle’s position. • The parking sensor function can be used • To cancel the speed limiter, push the when you press the engine switch to “CANCEL”...
  • Page 200 • If the bumper hits a hard object, the sensors on it may not work prop- erly. If this occurs, have the sen- sors inspected by an authorized SUZUKI dealer. 61MM0B009 (3) Rear center sensors (2 places) (4) Rear corner sensors (2 places)
  • Page 201 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Working sensors The sensors that work depends on the position of the gearshift lever as follows: Manual transaxle Automatic transaxle TCSS Gearshift lever position N, 1st – 5th or 6th N, D or M N, D or M Center (with the parking brake lever released)
  • Page 202 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Approximate areas where obstacles can WARNING WARNING be detected (Continued) (Continued) EXAMPLE – Sensors are wet from water – Sensors are at an angle to a splashes or heavy rain. highly reflective object such as – Sensors are covered by a hand, glass.
  • Page 203 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE • When the ignition mode is “ON” and the indicator light in the parking sensor switch is How to Use the Parking Sensor on, indicating that the parking sensor is ready for operation under the following condi- tions: Parking sensor switch –...
  • Page 204 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Upon detecting an obstacle, the parking sensor causes an interior buzzer to sound and a Obstacle Indication by Parking Sen- symbol representing the obstacle appears on the information display in the instrument cluster. • A different symbol is displayed depending on the direction and distance of the obstacle. •...
  • Page 205 Have your vehicle inspected by Trailer mode an authorized SUZUKI dealer. The rear corner and rear center sensors are inhibited from operating. Use this mode when towing a trailer. NOTICE One blinking Series of...
  • Page 206: Rearview Camera (If Equipped)

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Rearview Camera Location Rearview Camera (if equipped) NOTICE If you use the rearview camera for a When the gearshift lever is shifted to the long time when the ignition switch is “R” position while the ignition switch is in in the “ON”...
  • Page 207 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Example of display range of rearview How to Use Rearview Camera NOTICE camera 1) Turn the ignition switch to the “ON” If water enters the rearview camera, it position or press the engine switch to EXAMPLE may cause a malfunction or catching change the ignition mode to “ON”.
  • Page 208 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: Uphill Incline behind the Vehicle Downhill Incline behind the vehicle • Images shown on the display from the rearview camera are reversed images EXAMPLE EXAMPLE (mirror images). • The colors of objects on the rearview camera may differ from the actual object colors.
  • Page 209: Braking

    4 times greater than the pressing the brake pedal once and holding rized SUZUKI dealer as soon as possible. braking distance needed at 30 km/h (19 it down. The reserve power is partly used mph).
  • Page 210 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE it senses that the wheels are locking up. WARNING WARNING You may feel the brake pedal moves a little while the ABS is operating. Even without reserve power in the (Continued) brake system, you can still stop the •...
  • Page 211: Electronic Stability Program (Esp ® )

    ABS system. skidding situation, computer will Ask your SUZUKI dealer to inspect change braking pressure several times the ABS system immediately. If the each second to prevent the wheels from ® The Electronic Stability Program (ESP ABS system becomes inoperative, locking.
  • Page 212 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE ® The ESP has the following three sys- operate whenever it senses that wheels WARNING tems: are locking up. You may feel the brake pedal pulsate while the ABS is operating. ® • The ESP may not work properly if (For more information on ABS, see “Brak- Stability Control System engine related parts such as the...
  • Page 213 ® be a malfunction of the ESP sys- tems (other than ABS). You should have the systems inspected by an authorized SUZUKI dealer. 61MM429 ® (1) ESP OFF switch 3-75 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 214 • The hill hold control system is not there may be a problem with the ESP designed to stop the vehicle on a system. Have your vehicle inspected by an hill. authorized SUZUKI dealer. (Continued) NOTE: ® The ESP system will not activate while this message is displayed.
  • Page 215: Tire Pressure Monitoring System (Tpms) (If Equipped)

    Have your vehicle tires indicates significant under-inflation, brakes will not work so steering inspected by an authorized SUZUKI the low tire pressure warning light shown and braking will be much harder dealer. below comes on. than usual which can result in an NOTE: accident or vehicle damage.
  • Page 216 SUZUKI the vehicle placard or tire inflation pressure an accident. dealer. Even if the light turns off after label.
  • Page 217 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE WARNING WARNING WARNING The load-carrying capacity of your Continuing to drive with the low tire (Continued) tires is reduced at lower inflation pressure warning light on can lead to • If your vehicle is equipped with a pressures.
  • Page 218 TPMS. Have your when the vehicle is driven outside in very vehicle inspected by an authorized cold temperature. If you adjust the tire SUZUKI dealer. pressure in a garage that is warmer than 61MM0A198 the outside temperature, you should add...
  • Page 219 The TPMS malfunction indicator is com- have tires repaired or replaced by bined with the low tire pressure telltale. an authorized SUZUKI dealer. The When the system detects a malfunction, tire pressure sensors can be dam- the telltale will flash for about 75 seconds aged by the installation or removal and then remain continuously illuminated.
  • Page 220 – Snow tires that are not installed genu- ine TPMS sensors or tire chains are used. • When you use non-genuine SUZUKI wheels or tires. • When the pressure of any tire is too high. • When there is a problem with the receiver of the TPMS controller.
  • Page 221 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: • If the low tire pressure warning light EXAMPLE EXAMPLE comes on, the information display will be switched to “Tyre Press” display and the corresponding tire pressure indication blinks to alert you which tire(s) is(are) low pressure. •...
  • Page 222 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE To set the initial value of tire pressure EXAMPLE EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 61MM0A231 61MM0A232 83RM042 2) Turn the indicator selector knob (1) left 3) Turn the indicator selector knob (1) left 1) When the ignition switch is in the “ON” or right to select the “TPMS”...
  • Page 223 TPMS operation. WARNING Use of tires or wheels not recom- mended by SUZUKI can result in fail- ure of the TPMS. When replacing tires and wheels, use only tires and wheels recommended by SUZUKI as standard or optional equipment for your vehicle.
  • Page 224: Radar Brake Support System (If Equipped)

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: Radar Brake Support System WARNING • While the system is working, if a vehicle in front of you moves outside of the (if equipped) (Continued) radar’s detection field or the vehicle can • On the following surfaces, you may no longer be detected, the system may Radar brake support system measures the not be able to decelerate even with...
  • Page 225 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Forward collision warning When there is a risk of a frontal collision, warning will be given through the information display and sound. EXAMPLE buzzer 61MM702 3-87 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 226 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Warning brake system If the driver cannot take or is insufficient to take evasive action such as brake operation and steering operation after frontal collision warning activates, the system applies brake lightly. EXAMPLE buzzer 83RM050 CAUTION In the following conditions, this warning brake system may not activate. •...
  • Page 227 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Brake assist system When there is high probability of a frontal collision, the brake assist system provides more powerful braking when you slam down on the brake pedal. EXAMPLE buzzer 61MM431 3-89 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 228 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Automatic brake system When a frontal collision is unavoidable at lower speeds, the brakes will powerfully brake automatically. (#1) EXAMPLE buzzer 61MM432 (#1) After the vehicle has been stopped by the automatic brake system, flashing of the radar brake support system warning light and forward collision warning will continue until the brake system is released.
  • Page 229 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE It will not Activate in the Following It may not Activate in the Following EXAMPLE Situations Situations In the following situations, the system will In the following situations, the radar may not activate. not detect the vehicle in front of you and •...
  • Page 230 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE In the Following Situations, It may EXAMPLE EXAMPLE also Activate In the following objects, the radar may judge the following as a vehicle in front of you and the system may activate. EXAMPLE 54M3238 • Specially shaped vehicles such as car carriers 61MM402 •...
  • Page 231 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE In situations such as the following, the radar may judge the following as a vehicle EXAMPLE EXAMPLE in front of you and the system may acti- vate. • When crossing narrow bridges • When operating on hills that have vary- ing slopes •...
  • Page 232 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE “FAR/NEAR setting” switch Forward Collision Warning You can change the timing of when the for- EXAMPLE ward collision warning works, while the When you are operating at a speed of system is functioning, by using the “FAR/ approximately 5 km/h (3 mph) or over and NEAR setting”...
  • Page 233 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Warning Brake System WARNING CAUTION When you are operating at a speed of If you attempt to press the “FAR/ In the following conditions, this warn- approximately 30 km/h (19 mph) or over NEAR setting” switch while driving, ing brake system may not activate.
  • Page 234 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Brake Assist System Automatic Brake System “Radar Brake Support OFF” Switch When you are operating at a speed of When a frontal collision is judged to be You can turn off the radar brake support approximately 5 km/h (3 mph) or over and unavoidable at a speed of approximately 5 system.
  • Page 235 OFF” switch (1) until the interior buzzer The radar sensor (1) is located inside the SUZUKI dealer. buzzes and the radar brake support OFF front bumper. – When there is a minor collision and...
  • Page 236 – Do not do any customizing, coat- (5) “RADAR BRAKE SUPPORT: NOT ing or applying of non-genuine ACTIVE BY SENSOR.” message SUZUKI parts to the radiator grill (comes on) or front bumper. For repairs and (6) “RADAR BRAKE SUPPORT FCN...
  • Page 237 • If you clean the sensor and drive the turn back on. vehicle, but the message (5) appears again, there might be another problem. Contact an authorized SUZUKI dealer for further assistance. 3-99 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 238 There may be malfunction of the adaptive rior buzzer) cruise control system. Contact your SUZUKI dealer for inspection. 54P000356 Blinks “Beep” (one time from inte- There may be a problem with the radar rior buzzer) brake support system. Have your vehicle inspected by an autho- rized SUZUKI dealer.
  • Page 239 If the message does not disappear for a while, have your vehicle inspected by an authorized SUZUKI dealer. 61MM436 Blinks “Beep” (one time from inte- The radar brake support system is disabled...
  • Page 240: Emergency Stop Signal (Ess) (If Equipped)

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Emergency Stop Signal (ESS) (if equipped) WARNING Although the ESS is designed to ESS stands for Emergency Stop Signal. reduce the number of rear-end colli- sions that occur from sudden brak- ESS is a feature that gives warning to a following vehicle by flashing all turn signal lights ing, by warning a following vehicle, it faster than usual if all the following conditions are met.
  • Page 241 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE MEMO 3-103 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 242: Driving Tips

    DRIVING TIPS DRIVING TIPS Running-in ................4-1 Catalytic Converter ............. 4-1 Improving Fuel Economy ........... 4-2 Highway Driving ..............4-3 Driving on Hills ..............4-3 Driving on Slippery Roads ..........4-4 60G409 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 243: Running-In

    DRIVING TIPS Running-in Catalytic Converter NOTICE The future performance and reliabil- ity of the engine depends on the care 52D078S and restraint exercised during its early life. It is especially important to observe the following precautions WARNING during the initial 960 km (600 miles) •...
  • Page 244: Improving Fuel Economy

    DRIVING TIPS to the catalyst and other vehicle compo- Improving Fuel Economy nents. NOTICE The following instructions will help you improve fuel economy. To minimize the possibility of catalyst Avoid excessive idling or other vehicle damage: If you are to wait for more than a minute •...
  • Page 245: Highway Driving

    DRIVING TIPS Keep the air cleaner clean Highway Driving Driving on Hills EXAMPLE When driving at highway speeds, pay Manual transaxle attention to the following: • Stopping distance progressively increases with vehicle speed. Apply the brakes far enough ahead of the stopping point to allow for the extra stopping dis- tance.
  • Page 246: Driving On Slippery Roads

    DRIVING TIPS • When climbing steep hills, the vehicle models are not sport/utility vehicles, and Driving on Slippery Roads may begin to slow down and show a lack are not designed for off-road use. of power. If this happens, you should shift to a lower gear so that the engine Tire Chains will again be operating in its normal...
  • Page 247 2) If your vehicle remains stuck after a few “Tires” in the “INSPECTION AND minutes of rocking, we recommend you MAINTENANCE” section to consult your SUZUKI dealer or a details. roadside assistance service. If a towing (Continued) service is not available in an emer-...
  • Page 248 DRIVING TIPS WARNING (Continued) • Do not use tires other than those specified by SUZUKI. Never use dif- ferent sizes or types of tires on the front and rear wheels. For informa- tion regarding the specified tires, refer to the Tire Information Label located on the driver’s door lock...
  • Page 249 DRIVING TIPS MEMO 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 250: Other Controls And Equipment

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Fuel Filler Cap ..............5-1 Engine Hood ................ 5-2 Sun Visor ................5-4 Interior Light ................ 5-5 Accessory Socket ............... 5-8 Sunroof (if equipped) ............5-9 Assist Grips (if equipped) ..........5-11 Glove Box ................
  • Page 251: Fuel Filler Cap

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT The fuel filler cap is located on the left rear Fuel Filler Cap side of the vehicle. The fuel filler door can EXAMPLE be unlocked by pulling up the opener lever located on the outboard side of the driver’s seat and locked by simply closing the door.
  • Page 252: Engine Hood

    Engine Hood WARNING EXAMPLE If you need to replace the fuel cap, use a genuine SUZUKI cap. Use of an EXAMPLE improper cap can result in a malfunc- tion of the fuel system or emission control system. It may also result in fuel leakage in the event of an acci- dent.
  • Page 253 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT To close the engine hood: CAUTION 1) Lift the hood up slightly and remove the EXAMPLE prop rod from the hole. Put the prop rod To avoid injury, be sure no part of the back to the holding clip. occupant’s body such as hands or head is in the path of the hood when EXAMPLE...
  • Page 254: Sun Visor

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Card holder (if equipped) Vanity mirror (if equipped) Sun Visor EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 80JM152 61MM0B018 (1) Mirror cover (3) Vanity mirror (2) Card holder (4) Vanity mirror light (if equipped) 79J161 The sun visors can be pulled down to block You can put a card in the card holder (2) on To use the vanity mirror (3) on the back of glare coming through the windshield, or...
  • Page 255: Interior Light

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Interior Light NOTICE EXAMPLE If the vanity mirror has the light, do not leave the mirror cover open for a EXAMPLE long time, or the battery will dis- charge. (4) / (5) 61MM0B019 (1) Glove box light (if equipped) (2) Footwell lights (if equipped) (3) Instrument panel pocket light (if equipped)
  • Page 256 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Glove Box Light (if equipped) (1) Front (without overhead console) (4) Front (with overhead console) (5) Refer to “Glove Box” in this section. EXAMPLE Footwell Lights (if equipped) (2) A footwell light is provided in the leg space in front of each front seat.
  • Page 257 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT key, or press the engine switch to Center (with sunroof) (7) Luggage Compartment change the ignition mode to “ACC” or (if equipped) (8) “ON” during this time, the light will start to fade out immediately. After removing the key from the ignition switch, or after pressing the engine switch to change the ignition mode to “LOCK”...
  • Page 258: Accessory Socket

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT The accessory socket will work when the Accessory Socket NOTICE ignition switch is in the “ACC” or “ON” posi- tion, or the ignition mode is “ACC” or “ON”. Do not leave the tailgate open with Center console Each socket can be used to provide 12 luggage compartment...
  • Page 259: Sunroof (If Equipped)

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT To tilt the sunroof Sunroof (if equipped) WARNING • Never allow any part of your body You can tilt or slide the sunroof by operating such as hands or head to get out of the sunroof switch after pressing the engine the sunroof opening while the vehi- switch to change the ignition mode to “ON”.
  • Page 260 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT To open the sunroof To close the sunroof There is a system to prevent being You can close the sunroof manually by pinched by the sunroof. pushing the sunroof switch to “CLOSE” When the system senses that something is position (4).
  • Page 261: Assist Grips (If Equipped)

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Coat Hooks (if equipped) Assist Grips (if equipped) Glove Box EXAMPLE 61MM0B025 54G249 61MM0B026 You can hang clothing on the coat hooks. Assist grips are provided for convenience. To open the glove box, pull the latch lever. These hooks are not designed for large or To close it, push the lid until it latches heavy items.
  • Page 262: Overhead Console (If Equipped)

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Overhead Console WARNING EXAMPLE (if equipped) • Do not drive with the overhead con- sole lid open, or the articles stowed inside could fall down during brak- ing, acceleration or in the event of a collision. Always close the lid after putting something into or tak- ing something out of the console.
  • Page 263: Cup Holder And Storage Area

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Instrument Panel Pocket (1) Cup Holder and Storage Area WARNING EXAMPLE Do not place any objects which may fall out from the pocket when the vehicle is moving. Failure to take the precaution may (7) (8) result in an object interfering with the pedals and causing a loss of vehicle control or an accident.
  • Page 264 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Console box Front Cup Holders (2) Front Bottle Holder (3) / Use this stowage for keeping small items. Rear Bottle Holder (6) Open the compartment by raising the top lid while keeping the lever (1) up. WARNING You should hold a bottle with a cap in the holder.
  • Page 265 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Universal serial bus (USB) socket Front Seat Back Pocket Rear Armrest with Cup Holders (if equipped) (if equipped) (5) (if equipped) (7) EXAMPLE EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 61MM0B029 The USB socket is provided in the console 61MM0B032 61MM0B033 box.
  • Page 266: Footrest

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Luggage Compartment Pocket (8) Footrest WARNING • If the seat belt is obstructed by any part of the armrest when fastened, EXAMPLE it cannot provide the intended pro- tection. After fastening the seat belt, always check that the armrest is not interfering with the belt.
  • Page 267: Floor Mats (If Equipped)

    When you replace the floor mats in your hang items heavier than following vehicle with a different type such as all- weight. weather floor mats, we highly recommend Shopping hook: 2 kg (4.4 lbs) using genuine SUZUKI floor mats for proper fitting. 5-17 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 268: Luggage Compartment Cover (If Equipped)

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Cargo Net hooks (if equipped) Luggage Compartment Cover Luggage Compartment Board (if equipped) (if equipped) EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 83RM064 EXAMPLE You can hook an optional net to these hooks. 61MM0B109 61MM0B035 These hooks are not designed for large or Luggage or other cargo placed in the lug- Your vehicle is equipped with the luggage heavy items.
  • Page 269: Roof Rails Or Roof Rack Anchors (If Equipped)

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Roof Rails or Roof Rack WARNING Anchors (if equipped) Objects that extend higher than the luggage compartment cover equipped) can obstruct the driver’s Roof rails rear view, which can cause an acci- dent. These objects can also become damaged or can damage the tailgate.
  • Page 270: Frame Hooks

    Frame Hooks anchors to attach the optional roof rack hang over the bumpers or the sides of which is available at your SUZUKI dealer. the vehicle, or block your view. Your SUZUKI does not recommend you If you use a roof rack, observe the instruc- •...
  • Page 271 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT To install the hook (1), follow the procedure Front below. EXAMPLE EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 83RM028 2) Remove the cover (C) by using a jack 61MM0B039 handle (A) covered with a soft cloth as 83RM027 1) Pick up the towing hook (1), jack handle shown in the illustration.
  • Page 272 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Rear EXAMPLE EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 83RM029 83RM030 3) Install the towing hook (1) by hand. 4) To tighten the towing hook (1), turn it clockwise by using a wheel brace (B) 61MM0B043 NOTE: until the hook (1) is securely installed. The frame hook (2) is provided on the rear We recommend that fasten the cover with of the vehicle for use in emergency situa-...
  • Page 273: Heating And Air Conditioning System

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Other Hooks Heating and Air Conditioning WARNING System Do not use the hooks (3), (4) and the EXAMPLE frame holes (5) for towing purpose. There are three types of heating and air These hooks and holes may break conditioning systems as follows: and cause serious injury or damage.
  • Page 274 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Side outlet Air Outlet OPEN CLOSE 61MM0B046 Move the knob (1) vertically or horizontally, to adjust the direction of airflow as desired. Move the dial (2) to open or close the out- let. EXAMPLE 61MM0B045 1. Windshield defroster outlet 2.
  • Page 275: Heating System

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Center outlet Heating System Description of Controls 61MM0B047 Move the knob (1) vertically or horizontally to adjust the direction of airflow as desired. CAUTION Prolonged exposure to hot air from the heater or air conditioner could result in 61MM0B048 low temperature burns.
  • Page 276 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Air flow selector (3) Bi-level (b) Heat & defrost (d) 61MM0B050 61MM0B052 Temperature-controlled air comes out of Temperature-controlled air comes out of the floor outlets and cooler air comes out the floor outlets, the windshield defroster of the center and side outlets.
  • Page 277 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Air intake selector (4) Head cooled/Feet warmed heating System Operating Instructions Select “BI-LEVEL” and “FRESH AIR”, the temperature selector to the desired tem- Natural ventilation perature position, and the blower speed Select “VENTILATION” and “FRESH AIR”, selector to the desired blower speed posi- the temperature selector to the desired tion.
  • Page 278: Manual Heating And Air Conditioning System

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Air flow selector (3) Manual Heating and Air EXAMPLE Conditioning System Description of Controls 61MM0B054 61MM0A019 NOTE: This is used to select one of the functions If you need maximum defrosting, adjust described below. the temperature selector to the HOT end and adjust the side outlets so the air blows Ventilation (a) on the side window, in addition to the...
  • Page 279 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Bi-level (b) Heat & defrost (d) Air intake selector (4) 61MM0B050 61MM0B052 61MM0A020 Temperature-controlled air comes out of Temperature-controlled air comes out of This selector is used to select the following the floor outlets and cooler air comes out the floor outlets, the windshield defroster modes.
  • Page 280 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Air conditioning switch (5) Head cooled/Feet warmed heating System Operating Instructions To turn on the air conditioning system, set Select “BI-LEVEL” and “FRESH AIR”, the the blower speed selector to a position temperature selector to the desired tem- Natural ventilation other than “OFF”...
  • Page 281 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT NOTE: idling. This circulates the refrigerant and oil • If you select “RECIRCULATED AIR” for and helps protect the internal components. EXAMPLE an extended period of time, the air in the If your air conditioner is equipped with air vehicle become contaminated.
  • Page 282: Automatic Heating And Air Conditioning System (Climate Control)

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT (1) Left hand drive vehicle: Automatic Heating and Air Conditioning System Driver’s temperature selector Right hand drive vehicle: (Climate Control) Passenger’s temperature selector (2) Left hand drive vehicle: Passenger’s temperature selector Description of Controls Right hand drive vehicle: Driver’s temperature selector (3) “DUAL”...
  • Page 283 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Temperature selector (1) / (2) “DUAL” switch (3) Blower speed selector (4) Every time you press the “DUAL” switch (3), the temperature control mode switches between the following: (1) / (2) Individual control mode (indicator ON): The driver and passenger can make temperature adjustments...
  • Page 284 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Air intake selector (5) FRESH AIR (b) Ventilation (c) When this mode is selected, outside air is introduced. NOTE: If you select “RECIRCULATED AIR” for an extended period of time, the air in the vehi- cle can become contaminated. Therefore, you should occasionally select “FRESH 61MM0B049 AIR”.
  • Page 285 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Heat (e) Defrost switch (7) NOTE: When you push the defrost switch (7), the “FRESH AIR” mode will be automatically selected and the air conditioning switch will automatically turn on (“A/C” will appear on the display). In cold weather, air flows out of the defroster outlets but the air condi- tioning does not turn on even though the A/ 61MM0B051...
  • Page 286 You should have the system inspected authorized (10) SUZUKI dealer. 61MM0A027 The air conditioning switch (8) is used to NOTE: turn on and off the air conditioning system • To find the temperature at which you are 61MM0A028 only when the blower is on.
  • Page 287 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT functions remain under automatic opera- Manual operation start using it again. To help maintain opti- tion. You can manually control the climate con- mum performance and durability of your air • If the windshield and/or the front door trol system.
  • Page 288: Radio Antenna

    To reinstall the antenna, turn Frequency Transmitters Type A it clockwise firmly by hand. EXAMPLE NOTICE We recommend that you always ask a SUZUKI dealer about frequency band, avoid damage radio max output power, antenna position at antenna: vehicle and specific conditions for installa- •...
  • Page 289: Audio System (If Equipped)

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Audio system (if equipped) EXAMPLE 83RM051 FM/LW/MW CD PLAYER 5-39 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 290 • Set the sound volume to a level unit, or lubricate the rotating parts. that will allow you to continue to Please bring the unit to an authorized be aware of road and traffic condi- tions while driving. SUZUKI dealer. 5-40 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 291 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Removing the disc Proper way to hold the compact disc 52D347 52D348 To remove fingermarks and dust, use a Never stick labels on the surface of the soft cloth, and wipe in a straight line from compact disc or write on the surface with a the center of the compact disc to the cir- pencil or pen.
  • Page 292 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT 52D350 52D351 Do not use compact discs that have large Do not expose compact discs to direct sun- scratches, are misshaped, or cracked, etc. light or any heat source. Use of such discs will cause damage or prevent the system from operating prop- NOTE: erly.
  • Page 293 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT WARNING ® The Bluetooth word mark and logo are This is a class I laser product. Use registered trademarks and are owned by The latest “DECLARATION of CONFOR- of controls or adjustments or perfor- the Bluetooth SIG, Ink. MITY”...
  • Page 294 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Information on Disposal for Users of Waste Electrical & Electronic Equip- ment (private households) This symbol on the products and/or accompanying documents means that used electrical and electronic products should not be mixed with general household waste. For proper treatment, recovery and recycling, please take these products to designated collection points, where they will be accepted on a free of charge basis.
  • Page 295 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Turning on/off power Basic operations Press “VOL PUSH PWR” knob (1) to turn on the power. The unit starts to operate in the previous setting that the power was EXAMPLE turned off. Adjusting the volume Turn “VOL PUSH PWR” knob (1). Turning it clockwise increases the volume;...
  • Page 296 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Adjusting bass/treble/balance/fader Adjusting the AVC (Auto volume con- Preset-EQ 1) Press “TUNE/FLD PUSH SOUND” trol) Preset-EQ calls up various sound types in knob (2). The Auto Volume Control (AVC) function accordance with the listening music type. Each time the knob is pressed, sound automatically adjusts...
  • Page 297 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Listening to the radio Display EXAMPLE 68LM561 (1) “RADIO” button (2) UP button (3) DOWN button (4) “TUNE/FLD PUSH SOUND” knob (5) PRESET buttons ([1] to [6]) (6) “AS” button (A) Band (B) Frequency 61MS603 5-47 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 298 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Selecting the reception band Preset memory Auto store mode on/off Press the “RADIO” button (1). 1) Select the desired station. Press “AS” button (6). Each time the button is pressed, the recep- 2) Hold down a desired button ([1] to [6]) Each time the button is pressed, the mode tion band will change as follows: of PRESET buttons (5) to which you...
  • Page 299 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Using the RDS Functions Display EXAMPLE 68LM562 (1) TA button (2) RDM/PTY button (3) RPT/AF button (4) Up button (5) Down button (6) DISP button (A) Band (B) Channel number (C) Programme service (PS) name 83RM052 5-49 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 300 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT TA (Traffic Announcement) on/off PTY (Program Type) search AF (Alternative Frequency) on/off Press the TA button (1). 1) Press the RDM/PTY button (2) to Press the RPT/AF button (3). Each time it is pressed, TA adjustment is select PTY mode.
  • Page 301 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT TA Standby At the moment traffic information is received while the source is set to CD, ® ® USB, iPod , or Bluetooth audio with TA activated, the source is automatically changed to radio. After reception of traffic information, the source immediately before radio resumes.
  • Page 302 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Listening to a CD Display EXAMPLE (1) Insertion slot (2) EJECT button (3) “CD” button (4) UP button (5) DOWN button (6) “RPT” button (7) “RDM” button (8) “DISP” button (A) Track number (B) Play time NOTE: This product does not support 8 cm CD (sometimes called as “mini single CD”, “3-...
  • Page 303 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT NOTICE NOTICE • Never insert your finger or hand If you forcefully try to push an into the CD insertion slot. Never ejected CD inside the unit before auto insert foreign objects. reloading, the disc surface might be •...
  • Page 304 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Random playback Display change Press “RDM” button (7). Press “DISP” button (8). Each time the button is pressed, the mode Each time the button is pressed, display will change as follows: will change as follows: Play time TRACK RANDOM Disc title Track title...
  • Page 305 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Listening to an MP3/WMA/AAC disc Display EXAMPLE (1) “TUNE/FLD PUSH SOUND” knob (2) UP button (3) DOWN button (4) “RPT” button (5) “RDM” button (6) “DISP” button (A) Folder number (B) Track number (C) Play time (D) Disc type 61MM712 5-55...
  • Page 306 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Selecting a folder Random playback Repeat playback Turn “TUNE/FLD PUSH SOUND” knob (1) Press “RDM” button (5). Press “RPT” button (4). to select a folder. Each time the button is pressed, the mode Each time the button is pressed, the mode will change as follows: will change as follows: Selecting a track...
  • Page 307 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Display change Points to remember when making MP3/ Notes on MP3/WMA/AAC Press “DISP” button (6). WMA/AAC files Each time the button is pressed, display Common What is MP3? will change as follows: • High bit rate and high sampling fre- •...
  • Page 308 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Recording MP3/WMA/AAC files on a CD Compression formats media • It is recommended not to write both CD- • Bit rate: DA files and MP3/WMA/AAC files on a MPEG1 Audio Layer III: 32 k - 320 kbps disc.
  • Page 309 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Listening to files stored in a USB device Display EXAMPLE (1) “USB” button (2) “TUNE/FLD PUSH SOUND” knob (3) UP button (4) DOWN button (5) “RPT” button (6) “RDM” button (7) “DISP” button (A) Folder number (B) Track number (C) Play time (D) File type...
  • Page 310 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Selecting a USB device mode Random playback • FOLDER REPEAT Press “USB” button (1). Press “RDM” button (6). The repeat indicator “F.RPT” will light. Each time the button is pressed, the mode Each time the button is pressed, the mode All the tracks in the folder currently will change as follows: will change as follows:...
  • Page 311 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT USB device connection Compression formats Notes on USB device • When connecting a USB device, check that the connector is pushed all the way • Bit rate: Compatible USB devices into the port. MPEG1 Audio Layer III: 32 k - 320 kbps •...
  • Page 312 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT ® Listening to an iPod Display EXAMPLE (1) “USB” button (2) “TUNE/FLD PUSH SOUND” knob (3) UP button (4) DOWN button (5) “RPT” button (6) “RDM” button (7) “DISP” button (8) PRESET buttons ([1] to [6]) (A) Track title (B) Track number (C) Play time...
  • Page 313 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT ® Selecting an iPod mode Random playback Display change Press “USB” button (1). Press “RDM” button (6). Press “DISP” button (7). Each time the button is pressed, the mode Each time the button is pressed, the mode Each time the button is pressed, display will change as follows: will change as follows:...
  • Page 314 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT ® Playing mode selection iPod connection ® Notes on iPod ® 1) Press the button numbered [6] of PRE- • Make sure to detach the iPod after ® SET buttons (8) for 1 second or longer. turning the ignition switch to “LOCK”...
  • Page 315 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT ® Bluetooth hands-free (if equipped) Steering switch EXAMPLE ® (4) Bluetooth setup button (5) OFF HOOK button 61MM715 (6) ON HOOK button (1) “TUNE/FLD PUSH SOUND” knob (7) “VOL” switch (2) “VOL PUSH PWR” knob (3) PRESET buttons 5-65 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 316 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Phone registration NOTE: Adjusting the ring volume • When selecting “Go Back”, the previous • Turn “VOL PUSH PWR” knob (2) while a To use the hands-free function with this menu will be displayed. call is coming in. unit, it is required to register the phone •...
  • Page 317 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT NOTE: Dialing using missed/incoming/ NOTE: When selecting “Go Back”, the previous outgoing calls • When selecting “Go Back”, the previous menu will be displayed. Follow the instructions below to dial to the menu will be displayed. previously dialed number again.
  • Page 318 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT 7) Turn “TUNE/FLD PUSH SOUND” knob 7) Transfer contacts from the phone. NOTE: (1) to select “Confirm”, and press the When the registration is completed, the When selecting “Go Back”, the previous knob (1) to complete the deletion. “Setup Phonebook”...
  • Page 319 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Deletion of registered data (Delete Registration in speed dial When the assignment is completed, the Entry) Follow the instructions below to assign a “Setup Phonebook” will be displayed. Follow the instructions below to delete a number to one of PRESET buttons (3) to NOTE: number registered in phonebook.
  • Page 320 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Deletion of speed dial (Del Speed Dial) Display of device data (Device Name) Reset to the factory defaults Follow the instructions below to delete the Follow the instructions below to display the Follow the instructions below to reset all ®...
  • Page 321 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Selection of phone (Select Phone) List of phones (List Phones) 4) Turn “TUNE/FLD PUSH SOUND” knob Follow the instructions below to select a Follow the instructions below to display the (1) to select “New Passkey”, and press phone to be paired with from the registered names of the registered phones in the knob (1) to determine the selection.
  • Page 322 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Deletion of phone information (Delete BT function on/off (BT Power) Phone) Follow the instructions below to turn on/off ® Follow the instructions below to delete the the Bluetooth function. ® registered phone information. 1) Press the Bluetooth setup button (4).
  • Page 323 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT ® Bluetooth audio (if equipped) Steering switch EXAMPLE Display (1) “USB” button (2) “TUNE/FLD PUSH SOUND” knob (3) UP button (4) DOWN button (5) “DISP” button ® 61MM720 (6) Bluetooth setup button (A) Track number (B) Play time 5-73 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 324 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Registration of audio devices NOTE: Fast forwarding/rewinding a track • When selecting “Go Back”, the previous • Hold down UP button (3) to fast forward ® menu will be displayed. the track. To use Bluetooth ready audio devices •...
  • Page 325 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Selection of audio device (Select Audio) List of audio devices (List Audio) 4) Turn “TUNE/FLD PUSH SOUND” knob Follow the instructions below to select an Follow the instructions below to display the (2) to select “New Passkey”, and press audio device to be paired with from the names of the registered audio devices in the knob (2) to determine the selection.
  • Page 326 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Deletion of audio device information ® Disclaimer for Bluetooth function Remote audio controls (if equipped) (Delete Audio) Follow the instructions below to delete the • Depending on compatibility of mobile Controlling basic functions of the audio ®...
  • Page 327 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Adjusting the volume Selecting the radio station (FM1, FM2, • To increase the volume, hold down “+” of AM mode) “VOL” switch (1). The volume will con- • To select the next preset station, press tinue to increase until the switch is “...
  • Page 328 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT The anti-theft function is intended to dis- Anti-theft feature courage thefts. For example, when the audio system is installed in another vehi- EXAMPLE cle, it will become unable to operate. This function works by entering a Personal Identification Number (PIN).
  • Page 329 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Setting the anti-theft function Canceling the anti-theft feature Confirming the Personal Identification 1) Press “VOL PUSH PWR” knob (1) to To cancel the anti-theft function, delete the Number (PIN) power off. registered PIN. When the main power source is discon- 2) Hold down the buttons numbered [1] 1) Press “VOL PUSH PWR”...
  • Page 330 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Troubleshooting When encountering a problem, check and follow the instructions below. If the described suggestions do not solve the problem, it is recommended to take the unit to your authorized SUZUKI dealer. Problem Possible cause Possible solution Common When “SECURITY”...
  • Page 331 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Problem Possible cause Possible solution MP3/WMA/AAC The disc contains unsupported formatted No playback Check the file format. data. Sound skipping may occur when playing Sound skips or noise produced It is not recommended to play VBR files. VBR (Variable Bit Rate) files.
  • Page 332 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Error display messages Display Possible cause Possible solution Insert the disc with its label side up. Check the disc if it is not warped or is free of flaws. “ERROR 1” The disc cannot be read. When “ERROR 1”...
  • Page 333 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Display Possible cause Possible solution ® Bluetooth ® Disconnect the Bluetooth ready device and connect it The player developed an error of an again. “ERROR 1” unidentified cause. When “ERROR 1” does not disappear, contact your dealer.
  • Page 334: Vehicle Loading And Towing

    VEHICLE LOADING AND TOWING VEHICLE LOADING AND TOWING Vehicle Loading ..............6-1 Trailer Towing ..............6-1 54G215 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 335 VEHICLE LOADING AND TOWING Vehicle Loading Trailer Towing WARNING Never overload your vehicle. The Your vehicle was designed for specific gross vehicle weight (sum of the weight capacities. The weight capacities of weights of the vehicle, all the occu- your vehicle are indicated by the Gross pants, accessories, cargo plus trailer Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) and the nose weight if towing a trailer) must...
  • Page 336 If not, unexpected accidents We recommend that you use a genuine Trailer Lights related to the system being turned on SUZUKI tow bar (available as options), or may occur. Make sure your trailer is equipped with equivalent. lights which meet local requirements.
  • Page 337 VEHICLE LOADING AND TOWING pler, with the trailer fully loaded and the Tires WARNING coupler at its normal towing height. This weight can be measured using a bathroom Never overload your trailer or your scales. WARNING vehicle. Gross trailer weight must The weight of your loaded trailer (Gross never exceed the “Towing capacity”.
  • Page 338 VEHICLE LOADING AND TOWING WARNING WARNING WARNING Your vehicle will handle differently (Continued) (Continued) when towing a trailer. For your safety • If the trailer has over-run brakes, • Avoid “riding” the brakes. This and the safety of others, you should apply the brakes gradually to avoid could cause the brakes to over- observe the following precautions:...
  • Page 339 VEHICLE LOADING AND TOWING Trailer hitch installation points WARNING (Continued) When starting out after parking: 1) Depress the clutch and start the engine. 2) Shift into gear, release the parking brake, and slowly pull away from the chocks. 3) Stop, apply the brakes firmly and “a”...
  • Page 340: Inspection And Maintenance

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Maintenance Schedule ............7-2 Periodic Maintenance Schedule (except for Russia) - For K10C engine and K14C engine model ...... 7-3 Maintenance Recommended under Severe Driving Conditions (except for Russia) - For K10C engine and K14C engine model ...... 7-8 Periodic Maintenance Schedule (except for Russia) - For D16AA engine model ..........
  • Page 341 SUZUKI. Do not touch air bag sys- hoses. tem components, seat belt preten- • Do not allow smoking, sparks, or sioner system components or wires. flames around fuel or the battery.
  • Page 342: Maintenance Schedule

    SUZUKI recommends that mainte- nance on items marked with an aster- performed your authorized SUZUKI dealer or a quali- fied service technician. If you are qualified, you may perform mainte- nance on the unmarked items by referring to the instructions in this section.
  • Page 343: Periodic Maintenance Schedule (Except For Russia) - For K10C Engine And K14C Engine Model

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Periodic Maintenance Schedule (except for Russia) - For K10C engine and K14C engine model “R” : Replace or Change “I” : Inspect, clean, adjust, lubricate or replace as necessary NOTE: This table shows the service schedule up to 180000 km (108000 miles). Beyond 180000 km (108000 miles), perform the same services at the same intervals shown in the chart.
  • Page 344 #1: Be sure to perform the engine coolant level check under the daily inspection in “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” section. If you use the engine coolant other than the SUZUKI LLC: Super (Blue) for replacement, follow the schedule of SUZUKI LLC: Stan- dard (Green).
  • Page 345 #1: Be sure to perform the engine coolant level check under the daily inspection in “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” section. If you use the engine coolant other than the SUZUKI LLC: Super (Blue) for replacement, follow the schedule of SUZUKI LLC: Stan- dard (Green).
  • Page 346 – – *6-8. Manual transaxle oil Genuine “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” Inspect every 30000 km (18000 miles) or 24 months. Other than “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” (I: 1st 15000 km only) – – – *6-9. Automatic transaxle Fluid leak check –...
  • Page 347 – – – *6-8. Manual transaxle oil Genuine “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” Inspect every 30000 km (18000 miles) or 24 months. Other than “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” (I: 1st 15000 km only) – – – – *6-9. Automatic transaxle Fluid leak check –...
  • Page 348: Maintenance Recommended Under Severe Driving Conditions (Except For Russia) - For K10C Engine And K14C Engine Model

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Maintenance Recommended under Severe Driving Conditions (except for Russia) - For K10C engine and K14C engine model Follow this schedule if your vehicle is mainly operated under one or more of the following conditions: • When most trips are less than 6 km (4 miles). •...
  • Page 349 #1: Be sure to perform the engine coolant level check under the daily inspection in “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” section. If you use the engine coolant other than the SUZUKI LLC: Super (Blue) for replacement, follow the schedule of SUZUKI LLC: Stan- dard (Green).
  • Page 350 #1: Be sure to perform the engine coolant level check under the daily inspection in “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” section. If you use the engine coolant other than the SUZUKI LLC: Super (Blue) for replacement, follow the schedule of SUZUKI LLC: Stan- dard (Green).
  • Page 351 – – *6-8. Manual transaxle oil Genuine “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” Inspect every 30000 km (18000 miles) or 24 months. Replace every 60000 km (36000 miles) or 48 months. Other than “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” – – – – –...
  • Page 352 – *6-8. Manual transaxle oil Genuine “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” Inspect every 30000 km (18000 miles) or 24 months. Replace every 60000 km (36000 miles) or 48 months. Other than “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” – – – – *6-9. Automatic transaxle Fluid leak check –...
  • Page 353: Periodic Maintenance Schedule (Except For Russia) - For D16Aa Engine Model

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Periodic Maintenance Schedule (except for Russia) - For D16AA engine model “R” : Replace or Change “I” : Inspect, clean, adjust, lubricate or replace as necessary NOTE: This table shows the service schedule up to 240000 km (150000 miles). Beyond 240000 km (150000 miles), perform the same services at the same intervals shown in the chart.
  • Page 354 #1: Be sure to perform the engine coolant level check under the daily inspection in “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” section. If you use the engine coolant other than the SUZUKI LLC: Super (Blue) for replacement, follow the schedule of SUZUKI LLC: Stan- dard (Green).
  • Page 355 #1: Be sure to perform the engine coolant level check under the daily inspection in “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” section. If you use the engine coolant other than the SUZUKI LLC: Super (Blue) for replacement, follow the schedule of SUZUKI LLC: Stan- dard (Green).
  • Page 356 – – *4-8. Manual transaxle oil Genuine “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” Inspect every 40000 km (25000 miles) or 24 months. Other than “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” – – – *4-9. Transfer oil (4WD) Inspect every 40000 km (25000 miles) or 24 months.
  • Page 357 – – *4-8. Manual transaxle oil Genuine “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” Inspect every 40000 km (25000 miles) or 24 months. Other than “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” – – – *4-9. Transfer oil (4WD) Inspect every 40000 km (25000 miles) or 24 months.
  • Page 358: Maintenance Recommended Under Severe Driving Conditions (Except For Russia) - For D16Aa Engine Model

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Maintenance Recommended under Severe Driving Conditions (except for Russia) - For D16AA engine model Follow this schedule if your vehicle is mainly operated under one or more of the following conditions: • When most trips are less than 6 km (4 miles). •...
  • Page 359 #1: Be sure to perform the engine coolant level check under the daily inspection in “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” section. If you use the engine coolant other than the SUZUKI LLC: Super (Blue) for replacement, follow the schedule of SUZUKI LLC: Stan- dard (Green).
  • Page 360 #1: Be sure to perform the engine coolant level check under the daily inspection in “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” section. If you use the engine coolant other than the SUZUKI LLC: Super (Blue) for replacement, follow the schedule of SUZUKI LLC: Stan- dard (Green).
  • Page 361 *4-8. Manual transaxle oil Genuine “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” Inspect every 20000 km (12500 miles) or 12 months. Replace every 80000 km (50000 miles) or 48 months. Other than “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” – – – *4-9. Transfer oil (4WD) Inspect every 20000 km (12500 miles) or 12 months.
  • Page 362 *4-8. Manual transaxle oil Genuine “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” Inspect every 20000 km (12500 miles) or 12 months. Replace every 80000 km (50000 miles) or 48 months. Other than “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” – – – *4-9. Transfer oil (4WD) Inspect every 20000 km (12500 miles) or 12 months.
  • Page 363: Drive Belt

    If you need to replace or adjust the belt (5) Air conditioner compressor Drive belt deflection (100 N (10 kg, 22 have it done by your SUZUKI dealer. (6) Idler pulley lbs) press) (a) 6.2 - 7.1 mm (0.24 - 0.28 in.) Drive belt deflection (100 N (10 kg, 22 (b) 4.4 - 5.0 mm (0.17 - 0.20 in.)
  • Page 364: Engine Oil And Filter

    Engine Oil and Filter fuel economy, and good starting in cold weather. Specified Oil NOTE: We recommend you to use the SUZUKI GENUINE OIL. To purchase it, see your M16A engine model SUZUKI dealer. K10C and K14C engine model 10W-40...
  • Page 365 (For Gasoline Engine Model) NOTE: We recommend that you use SUZUKI gen- uine oil. To purchase it, see your SUZUKI dealer. D16AA engine model Be sure that the engine oil you use comes under the quality classification of ACEA...
  • Page 366 To reset the oil life monitoring system, consult your SUZUKI dealer. 3) When the engine oil level exceeds the MAX level on the dipstick, consult your SUZUKI dealer.
  • Page 367 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Changing Engine Oil and Filter EXAMPLE EXAMPLE Drain the engine oil while the engine is still warm. Open Close EXAMPLE 56KN054 60G306 2) Remove the oil filler cap. Tightening torque for drain plug 3) Place a drain pan under the drain plug. Gasoline engine : 4) Using a wrench, remove the drain plug 35 Nm (3.6 kg-m, 25.8 lb-ft)
  • Page 368 If this job to your authorized SUZUKI dealer. distance of oil life on the information dis- oil contacts your skin, wash thor- play shows.
  • Page 369 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE (For Gasoline Engine Model) Tightening (viewed from filter top) (For Diesel Engine Model) 54G092 54G093 79J142 (1) Loosen (1) Oil filter (1) Loosen (2) Tighten (2) 3/4 turn (2) Tighten NOTICE To tighten the oil filter properly, it is Important to accurately identify the position at which the filter gasket first contacts the mounting surface.
  • Page 370: Engine Coolant

    If you use the engine coolant other than sure it is of equivalent quality and the SUZUKI LLC: Super (Blue) for replace- follow the manufacturer’s instruc- ment, follow the schedule of SUZUKI LLC: tions.
  • Page 371 Failure to use the proper coolant can dam- Coolant Level Check NOTICE age your cooling system. Your authorized SUZUKI dealer can help you select the Check the coolant level at the reservoir SUZUKI LLC: Super (Blue) coolant; proper coolant. tank, not at the radiator. With the engine...
  • Page 372 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE (For Gasoline Engine Model) If the coolant level is below the “LOW” (For Diesel Engine Model) mark, more coolant should be added. M16A engine models Remove the reservoir tank cap and add coolant until the reservoir tank level FULL reaches the “FULL”...
  • Page 373: Air Cleaner

    Since special procedures are required, we If the air cleaner is clogged with dust, there recommend you take your vehicle to your will be greater intake resistance, resulting SUZUKI dealer for coolant replacement. in decreased power output and increased fuel consumption. (For M16A engine model)
  • Page 374 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE (For K10C engine model) (For K14C engine model) 68PM00705 83RM069 83RM032 3) Unclamp the side clamps and remove 1) Lift the engine cover directly above. 1) Lift the engine cover directly above. the element from the air cleaner case. If it appears to be dirty, replace it with a new one.
  • Page 375: Spark Plugs

    (For K10C engine model) Since special procedures, materials and tools are required, it is recommended that you trust this job to your authorized SUZUKI dealer. 54P020702 2) Unclamp the side clamps and remove the element from the air cleaner case. If it appears to be dirty, replace it with a new one.
  • Page 376 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE (For M16A and K14C engine models) To access the spark plug: EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 1) Lift the air cleaner case up. • For M16A engine, refer to “Air Cleaner” in this section. Correct Wrong 83RM017 78K179 2) If necessary, disconnect the coupler (6) while pushing the release lever.
  • Page 377: Gear Oil

    You will never have to add and/or change the oil. However, you should check for oil leaks periodically. If you find any leaks, ask your SUZUKI dealer to have the transaxle inspected. Manual Transaxle Oil/Transfer Oil (4WD)/Rear Differential Oil (4WD)
  • Page 378 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE We highly recommend you use: Diesel engine, 6-speed manual transaxle Gear Oil Level Check “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W-85” for transfer oil (4WD) and rear differential oil (4WD). 5-speed manual transaxle Transfer oil (4WD) EXAMPLE Rear differential oil (4WD)
  • Page 379 If the oil level comes up to the (5) Oil filler and level plug SUZUKI Bond No. “1217G” bottom of the plug hole, the oil level is correct. If so, reinstall the plug. 4) If the oil level is low, add gear oil...
  • Page 380: Tcss Actuation Tank Fluid

    If clutch dragging is felt with the pedal fully depressed, have the clutch inspected by your SUZUKI dealer. If the clutch fluid level is near the “MIN” line, fill it up to the “MAX” line with SAE J1704 or DOT4 brake fluid.
  • Page 381: Brakes

    If not, have the brake sys- “MAX” and “MIN” lines. If the brake fluid of the brake fluid reservoir. tem inspected by your SUZUKI dealer. If level is near the “MIN” line, fill it up to the you doubt the brake pedal for the regular “MAX”...
  • Page 382 When measuring the distance between the released, have the parking brake inspected brake pedal and floor wall, be sure not to and/or adjusted by your SUZUKI dealer. include the floor mat or rubber on the floor wall in your measurement.
  • Page 383: Steering

    SUZUKI dealer. important to check and adjust the tire pres- sures when the tires are cold. Tires that...
  • Page 384 3) Check for abnormal wear, cracks and Overinflation also cause damage. Any tires with cracks or other unusual handling characteristics damage should be replaced. If any tires which may result in an accident. show abnormal wear, have them inspected by your SUZUKI dealer. 7-44 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 385 WARNING For 4WD models, replacing a tire with one of a different size, or using differ- • Your SUZUKI is equipped with tires ent brands among the four tires can which are all the same type and result in damage to the drive train.
  • Page 386: Battery

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Note that two or more compact spare tires Compact Spare Tire (if equipped) Battery should not be used on one vehicle simulta- neously. WARNING WARNING The compact spare tire and wheel are • Batteries produce flammable intended for temporary emergency hydrogen gas.
  • Page 387 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Replacement of the battery EXAMPLE EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 52KM160 51KM039 Your vehicle is equipped with a battery that To remove the battery: requires infrequent maintenance. You will 1) Disconnect the negative cable (1). never have to add water. You should, how- 2) Disconnect the positive cable (2).
  • Page 388 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE (Battery label) mation about disposing or recycling of the WARNING used battery, consult your SUZUKI dealer. Batteries contain toxic substances including sulfuric acid and lead. They could have potential negative conse- quences for the environment and human health. Used battery must be...
  • Page 389: Fuses

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Fuses in the Engine Compartment Fuses Your vehicle has three types of fuses, as described below: Main fuse The main fuse takes current directly from the battery. Primary fuses These fuses are between the main fuse (43) (44) (45) and individual fuses, and are for electrical...
  • Page 390 (34) 15 A Headlight (Left) ® (13) 25 A control module individual fuse, use a genuine SUZUKI (35) 15 A Headlight high (Left) replacement. (14) 25 A Headlight To remove a fuse, use the fuse puller pro-...
  • Page 391 30 A Seat belt blows, be sure to have your vehicle 20 A Power window timer inspected by an authorized SUZUKI dealer. Always use a genuine SUZUKI 15 A Steering lock replacement. Never use a substitute 20 A Rear defogger...
  • Page 392: Headlight Aiming

    Since special procedures are required, we (14) 10 A ABS control module (36) 20 A Seat heater recommend you take your vehicle to your SUZUKI dealer for headlight alignment. (15) 15 A Accessory socket (16) 10 A A-STOP controller (17)
  • Page 393: Bulb Replacement

    Grasp a new (2) High beam bulb with a clean cloth. NOTICE 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. 7-53 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 394 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE High beam Side Turn Signal Light (if equipped) 83RM080 83RM079 3) Push the retaining spring (4) forward For the high beam; and unhook it. Then remove the bulb 64J195 2) Turn the bulb holder (3) counterclock- (5). As the bulb is built-in type, the light assem- wise and remove it.
  • Page 395 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Front Turn Signal Light (1) EXAMPLE Front Position Light (2) (Vehicle with the halogen headlights) 83RM081 61MM0B078 1) Open the engine hood. To remove the (3) Removal bulb holder of the front turn signal light (4) Install (1) or the front position light (2) from the 2) To remove the bulb of the front turn sig- light housing, turn the holder counter-...
  • Page 396 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE (Vehicle with the LED headlights) Front Fog Light (if equipped) EXAMPLE 1) Start the engine. Turn the steering wheel to the opposite side of the replac- ing fog light to replace the bulb easily. Then turn off the engine. 83RM035 83RM068 3) Remove the clips (2) by prying it off with...
  • Page 397 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE 1) To approach the daytime running light, Daytime Running Light open the end of the cover inside the EXAMPLE (if equipped) front fender. Refer to the procedure for the bulb replacement of the “Front Fog Models without front fog light Light”...
  • Page 398 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Rear Combination Light EXAMPLE EXAMPLE EXAMPLE (3) / (4) 61MM0B083 61MM0B084 2) To remove the bulb holder of the rear (5) Removal turn signal light (3) or the bulb type tail/ (6) Install 61MM0B082 brake light (4) (if equipped) from the 1) Remove the bolts (1) and pull the light 3) To remove the bulb of the rear turn sig- light housing, turn the holder counter-...
  • Page 399 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE 2) Disconnect the coupler (3) by pushing Reversing Light the lock release. Turn the bulb holder of EXAMPLE the reversing light (4) counterclockwise and remove it. EXAMPLE 61MM0B085 NOTE: When reinstalling the light housing, make 61MM0B088 sure the clips are properly attached. 1) Open the tailgate.
  • Page 400 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE License Plate Light High-mount Stop Light 61MM0B087 EXAMPLE 2) To remove and install the bulb of the license plate light (2), simply pull out or 61MM0B086 80J100 push in the bulb. 1) Turn the cover (1) counterclockwise to 1) Open the tailgate, and remove the nuts remove it.
  • Page 401 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE EXAMPLE EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 63J127 80JM076 61MM0B091 2) Close the tailgate. Remove the high- 3) Pushing the unguiform prongs (3) (6) Removal mount stop light housing (2) from the inward and remove the bulb holder (4). (7) Install tailgate.
  • Page 402 Center (with sunroof) Rear Fog Light Since special procedures are required, we recommend you take your vehicle to your SUZUKI dealer for bulb replacement. Interior Light Remove the lens by using a flat blade screwdriver covered with a soft cloth as shown.
  • Page 403: Wiper Blades

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Glove Box Light (if equipped) Wiper Blades Since special procedures are required, we recommend you take your vehicle to your SUZUKI dealer for bulb replacement. EXAMPLE 61MM0B096 2) Push the damper (1) leftward to remove the grove box.
  • Page 404 Some wiper blades may be different from firmly to unlock the blade and slide the the ones described here depending on blade out as shown. vehicle specifications. If so, consult your SUZUKI dealer for proper replacement EXAMPLE method. For windshield wipers: EXAMPLE...
  • Page 405 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE EXAMPLE EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 61MM0B098 61MM0A212 61MM0A213 (A) Up (4) Locked end (B) Down 5) Install the new blade in the reverse NOTE: order of removal, with the locked end When you install the metal retainers (3), (4) positioned toward the wiper arm. make sure the direction of metal retainers Make sure the blade is properly as shown in the above illustrations.
  • Page 406 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE For rear wipers: EXAMPLE EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 65D151 54G135 NOTE: (1) Retainer Do not flex the wiper blade frame end more than necessary. If you do, it can break off. 4) If the new blade is provided without the two metal retainers, move them from the old blade to the new one.
  • Page 407: Windshield Washer Fluid

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Check that there is washer fluid in the tank Windshield Washer Fluid Air Conditioning System by looking at the washer fluid level gauge which is attached to the cap of the washer If you do not use the air conditioner for a fluid tank.
  • Page 408 Replacement of the Air Conditioner Filter (if equipped) Since special procedures are required, we recommend you take your vehicle to your SUZUKI dealer for the air conditioner filter replacement. 1) To approach the air conditioner filter, remove the glove box. Refer to the pro- cedure for the bulb replacement of the “Glove Box Light”...
  • Page 409 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE MEMO 7-69 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 410: Emergency Service

    EMERGENCY SERVICE EMERGENCY SERVICE Tire Changing Tool ............. 8-1 Jacking Instructions ............8-1 Flat Tire Repair Kit (if equipped) ........8-5 Jump Starting Instructions ..........8-8 Towing .................. 8-9 If the Starter Does Not Operate .......... 8-10 If the Engine is Flooded ............8-11 If the Engine Overheats ............
  • Page 411: Tire Changing Tool

    EMERGENCY SERVICE Tire Changing Tool Jacking Instructions WARNING After using the tire changing tools, be sure to stow them securely or they EXAMPLE can cause injury if an accident occurs. CAUTION The jack should be used only to change wheels. It is important to read the jacking instructions in this sec- tion before attempting to use the jack.
  • Page 412 EMERGENCY SERVICE 3) Turn on the hazard warning flasher if 7) Continue to raise the jack slowly and your vehicle is near traffic. smoothly until the tire clears the 4) Block the front and rear of the wheel ground. Do not raise the vehicle more diagonally opposite of the wheel being than necessary.
  • Page 413 (commercially available) at the points indicated below. NOTE: For more details, please contact an autho- Front jacking point for garage jack (1) rized SUZUKI dealer. EXAMPLE Changing Wheels To change a wheel, use the following pro- 61MM0B043 cedure:...
  • Page 414 6) Install the new wheel and replace the torque checked by an authorized 54G117 wheel bolts with their cone shaped end SUZUKI dealer. When installing the cover, make sure that it facing the wheel. Tighten each bolt is positioned so that it does not cover or snugly by hand until the wheel is foul the air valve.
  • Page 415: Flat Tire Repair Kit (If Equipped)

    The Flat Tire Repair Kit cannot be used in the following cases. Consult a (if equipped) SUZUKI Dealer or a Roadside Assis- tance Service. The flat tire repair kit is stowed in the lug- • Cuts or piercing in the tire tread gage compartment.
  • Page 416 4) Unscrew the valve cap from the tire the sealant bottle. To purchase new valve. NOTICE sealant, see your SUZUKI dealer. 5) Connect the air hose of the air com- Do not operate the compressor for pressor to the tire valve.
  • Page 417 EMERGENCY SERVICE sult a SUZUKI Dealer or a Roadside Assis- consult a SUZUKI Dealer or a Road- How to Use the Kit’s Compressor to tance Service. side Assistance Service. Inflate a Tire WARNING NOTE: 1) Place the vehicle on level, hard ground.
  • Page 418: Jump Starting Instructions

    4. Make the final connection to an your vehicle inspected unpainted, heavy metal part (i.e. authorized SUZUKI dealer. engine mount bracket (3)) of the • To avoid harm to yourself or dam- engine of the vehicle with the flat age to your vehicle or battery, fol- battery (1).
  • Page 419: Towing

    EMERGENCY SERVICE 2-Wheel Drive (2WD) Automatic Towing WARNING Transaxle Never connect the jump lead directly If you need to have your vehicle towed, Automatic transaxle vehicles may be to the negative (–) terminal of the dis- contact a professional service. Your dealer towed using either of the following meth- charged battery, or an explosion may can provide you with detailed towing...
  • Page 420: If The Starter Does Not Operate

    “ACC” position) (vehicle with key- inspected your authorized less push start system - the ignition SUZUKI dealer. mode is “ACC”), and the steering wheel is secured with a clamping device designed for towing service. NOTICE The steering column is not strong...
  • Page 421: If The Engine Is Flooded

    EMERGENCY SERVICE NOTE: If the Engine is Flooded If the Engine Overheats If the engine refuses to start, the starter motor automatically stops after a certain (Vehicle without Keyless Push Start The engine could overheat temporarily period of time. After the starter motor has System) automatically stopped or there is anything under severe driving conditions.
  • Page 422 NOTE: fluid and steam may be blown out If your engine overheats and you are under pressure. The cap should unsure what to do, contact your SUZUKI only be taken off when the coolant dealer. temperature has lowered. • To help prevent personal injury,...
  • Page 423 EMERGENCY SERVICE MEMO 8-13 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 424: Appearance Care

    APPEARANCE CARE APPEARANCE CARE Corrosion Prevention ............9-1 Vehicle Cleaning ..............9-2 60G412 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 425 APPEARANCE CARE 4) High temperatures will cause an accel- Remove foreign material deposits Corrosion Prevention erated rate of corrosion to parts of the Foreign material such as salts, chemicals, vehicle which are not well ventilated to road oil or tar, tree sap, bird droppings and It is important to take good care of your permit quick drying.
  • Page 426 APPEARANCE CARE spill or leak does occur, clean and dry the Cleaning the Interior Vehicle Cleaning area immediately. Vinyl upholstery Store your vehicle in a dry, well-venti- Prepare a solution of soap or mild deter- lated area gent mixed with warm water. Apply the Do not park your vehicle in a damp, poorly solution to the vinyl with a sponge or soft ventilated area.
  • Page 427 APPEARANCE CARE Leather upholstery Seat belts NOTICE Remove loose dirt with a vacuum cleaner. Clean seat belts with a mild soap and Using a mild soap or saddle soap solution, water. Do not use bleach or dye on the Do not use chemical products that wipe dirt off with a clean damp soft cloth.
  • Page 428 APPEARANCE CARE Washing by hand 2) Rinse the body to loosen the dirt. Washing Remove dirt and mud from the body exterior with running water. You may use a soft sponge or brush. Do not use WARNING hard materials which can scratch the •...
  • Page 429 APPEARANCE CARE 6) Check carefully for damage to painted Washing by an automatic car wash Waxing surfaces. If there is any damage, NOTICE “touch-up” the damage following the procedure below: If you use an automatic car wash, 1. Clean all damaged spots and allow make sure that your vehicle’s body them to dry.
  • Page 430: General Information

    GENERAL INFORMATION GENERAL INFORMATION Vehicle Identification ............10-1 Fuel Consumption ............... 10-2 84MM01001 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 431 Whenever you have occasion tion. 63J104 to consult your SUZUKI dealer, remember to identify your vehicle with this number. Should you find the number difficult to read, you will also find it on the identifica- tion plate.
  • Page 432 GENERAL INFORMATION Fuel Consumption For Europe Euro VI M/T: Manual transaxle 2WD: 2-wheel drive A/T: Automatic transaxle 4WD: 4-wheel drive TCSS: Twin Clutch System by Suzuki K10C K14C D16AA 6.3/140 6.6/147 Urban (L/100km)/CO (g/km) 6.5/144 6.7/150 TCSS 4.9/109 5.2/116 Extra-urban (L/100km)/CO (g/km) 4.9/109...
  • Page 433 GENERAL INFORMATION MEMO 10-3 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 434: Specifications

    Specifications are subject to change without notice. M/T: Manual transaxle Gasoline: Gasoline engine model 2WD: 2-wheel drive A/T: Automatic transaxle Diesel: Diesel engine model 4WD: 4-wheel drive TCSS: Twin Clutch System by Suzuki ITEM: Dimensions UNIT: mm (in.) Overall length 4300 (169.3) Overall width 1785 (70.3) Overall height 1580 –...
  • Page 435 SPECIFICATIONS ITEM: Mass (weight) UNIT: kg (lbs) M16A K10C K14C D16AA engine models engine models engine models engine models Curb mass (weight) 1085 – 1155 1090 – 1160 1150 – 1175 1240 – 1290 (2392 – 2546) (2403 – 2557) (2535 –...
  • Page 436 SPECIFICATIONS ITEM: Engine Type M16A (DOHC) K10C K14C D16AA (DOHC)  Number of cylinders Bore 78.0 mm (3.07 in.) 73.0 mm (2.87 in.) 73.0 mm (2.87 in.) 79.5 mm (3.12 in.) Stroke 83.0 mm (3.27 in.) 79.5 mm (3.13 in.) 82.0 mm (3.23 in.) 80.5 mm (3.16 in.) Piston displacement...
  • Page 437 SPECIFICATIONS ITEM: Lights WATTAGE BULB No. Headlight Halogen headlight Low beam 12V 55W High beam 12V 55W LED headlight – Front fog light (if equipped) 12V 35W 12V 55W Position light 12V 5W – Daytime running light 12V 13W P13W –...
  • Page 438 SPECIFICATIONS ITEM: Lights WATTAGE BULB No. Interior light Glove box light (if equipped) 12V 1.4W – Footwell light (if equipped) / – Instrument panel pocket light (if equipped) Center (without sunroof) 12V 10W – Other lights 12V 5W Vanity mirror light (if equipped) 12V 3W –...
  • Page 439 •Make sure they are tires of the same size, structure and load capacity as the originally installed tires. •Mount the snow tires on all four wheels. •Please understand that the maximum permissible speed of snow tires is generally less than the originally installed tires. Consult your SUZUKI dealer or supplier for further information. 11-6 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 440 5.4 L (9.5 Imp pt) (including reservoir tank) K10C engine Gasoline models 5.6 L (9.9 Imp pt) SUZUKI LLC: Super (Blue) Coolant (including reservoir tank) 5.5 L (9.7 Imp pt) (including reservoir tank) K14C engine models 5.7 L (10.0 Imp pt) (including reservoir tank) 7.2 L (12.7 Imp pt)
  • Page 441 “SUZUKI AT OIL AW-1” K10C and K14C 6.2 L (10.9 Imp pt) engine models TCSS transaxle oil “SUZUKI TCSS GEAR OIL 0001” or “PETRONAS TCSS 2.1 L (3.7 Imp pt) TUTELA TRANSMISSION GEARFORCE” TCSS actuation tank “SUZUKI TCSS ACTUATOR FLUID 1001” or TCSS 0.8 L (1.4 Imp pt)
  • Page 442: Supplement

    SUPPLEMENT SUPPLEMENT For Israel and Russia ............12-1 For Russia ................12-1 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 443 SUPPLEMENT Periodic Maintenance Schedule For Israel and Russia For Russia (for Russia) - For M16A engine model Theft Deterrent Light Air Conditioning System “R” : Replace or Change “I” : Inspect, clean, adjust, lubricate NOTE: or replace as necessary Your vehicle uses the air conditioning refrigerant HFC-134a, commonly called NOTE: “R-134a”.
  • Page 444 #1: Be sure to perform the engine coolant level check under the daily inspection in “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” section. If you use the engine coolant other than the SUZUKI LLC: Super (Blue) for replacement, follow the schedule of SUZUKI LLC: Stan- dard (Green).
  • Page 445 #1: Be sure to perform the engine coolant level check under the daily inspection in “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” section. If you use the engine coolant other than the SUZUKI LLC: Super (Blue) for replacement, follow the schedule of SUZUKI LLC: Stan- dard (Green).
  • Page 446 – – *6-8. Manual transaxle oil Genuine “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” Inspect every 30000 km (18000 miles) or 24 months. Other than “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” (I: 1st 15000 km only) – – – *6-9. Automatic transaxle Fluid leak check –...
  • Page 447 – – – *6-8. Manual transaxle oil Genuine “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” Inspect every 30000 km (18000 miles) or 24 months. Other than “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” (I: 1st 15000 km only) – – – – *6-9. Automatic transaxle Fluid leak check –...
  • Page 448 SUPPLEMENT Maintenance Recommended under Severe Driving Conditions (for Russia) - For M16A engine model Follow this schedule if your vehicle is mainly operated under one or more of the following conditions: • When most trips are less than 6 km (4 miles). •...
  • Page 449 #1: Be sure to perform the engine coolant level check under the daily inspection in “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” section. If you use the engine coolant other than the SUZUKI LLC: Super (Blue) for replacement, follow the schedule of SUZUKI LLC: Stan- dard (Green).
  • Page 450 #1: Be sure to perform the engine coolant level check under the daily inspection in “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” section. If you use the engine coolant other than the SUZUKI LLC: Super (Blue) for replacement, follow the schedule of SUZUKI LLC: Stan- dard (Green).
  • Page 451 – – *6-8. Manual transaxle oil Genuine “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” Inspect every 30000 km (18000 miles) or 24 months. Replace every 60000 km (36000 miles) or 48 months. Other than “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” – – – – –...
  • Page 452 – *6-8. Manual transaxle oil Genuine “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” Inspect every 30000 km (18000 miles) or 24 months. Replace every 60000 km (36000 miles) or 48 months. Other than “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” – – – – *6-9. Automatic transaxle Fluid leak check –...
  • Page 453 SUPPLEMENT Periodic Maintenance Schedule (for Russia) - For K14C engine model “R” : Replace or Change “I” : Inspect, clean, adjust, lubricate or replace as necessary NOTE: This table shows the service schedule up to 120000 km (72000 miles). Beyond 120000 km (72000 miles), perform the same services at the same intervals shown in the chart.
  • Page 454 #1: Be sure to perform the engine coolant level check under the daily inspection in “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” section. If you use the engine coolant other than the SUZUKI LLC: Super (Blue) for replacement, follow the schedule of SUZUKI LLC: Stan- dard (Green).
  • Page 455 #1: Be sure to perform the engine coolant level check under the daily inspection in “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” section. If you use the engine coolant other than the SUZUKI LLC: Super (Blue) for replacement, follow the schedule of SUZUKI LLC: Stan- dard (Green).
  • Page 456 Genuine “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” Inspect every 30000 km (18000 miles) or 24 months. Other than “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” First time only: Inspect at 10000 km (6000 miles) or 12 months. Replace every 40000 km (24000 miles) or 36 months.
  • Page 457 Genuine “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” Inspect every 30000 km (18000 miles) or 24 months. Other than “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” First time only: Inspect at 10000 km (6000 miles) or 12 months. Replace every 40000 km (24000 miles) or 36 months.
  • Page 458 SUPPLEMENT Maintenance Recommended under Severe Driving Conditions (for Russia) - For K14C engine model Follow this schedule if your vehicle is mainly operated under one or more of the following conditions: • When most trips are less than 6 km (4 miles). •...
  • Page 459 #1: Be sure to perform the engine coolant level check under the daily inspection in “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” section. If you use the engine coolant other than the SUZUKI LLC: Super (Blue) for replacement, follow the schedule of SUZUKI LLC: Stan- dard (Green).
  • Page 460 #1: Be sure to perform the engine coolant level check under the daily inspection in “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” section. If you use the engine coolant other than the SUZUKI LLC: Super (Blue) for replacement, follow the schedule of SUZUKI LLC: Stan- dard (Green).
  • Page 461 Genuine “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” Inspect every 30000 km (18000 miles) or 24 months. Replace every 60000 km (36000 miles) or 48 months. Other than “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” Replace every 30000 km (18000 miles) or 24 months. *6-9. Automatic transaxle Fluid leak check Inspect every 30000 km (18000 miles) or 24 months.
  • Page 462 Genuine “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” Inspect every 30000 km (18000 miles) or 24 months. Replace every 60000 km (36000 miles) or 48 months. Other than “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” Replace every 30000 km (18000 miles) or 24 months. *6-9. Automatic transaxle Fluid leak check Inspect every 30000 km (18000 miles) or 24 months.
  • Page 463 SUPPLEMENT MEMO 12-21 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 464: Index

    INDEX INDEX Average Speed ..............2-67 Symbols Battery...................7-46 “AIR BAG” Light ............2-52, 2-90 ® Bluetooth audio..............5-73 “ENG A-STOP OFF” Light........... 2-97 ® Bluetooth hands-free ............5-65 “ENG A-STOP” Indicator Light........... 2-96 Brake Assist System........... 3-72, 3-96 “FAR/NEAR setting” switch..........3-94 Brake Fluid................7-41 “Radar Brake Support OFF”...
  • Page 465 INDEX Coolant Replacement ............7-33 Engine Switch................. 3-5 ® Corrosion Prevention ............9-1 OFF Indicator Light........... 2-89, 3-75 ® Cruise Control..............3-57 OFF Switch ..............3-75 ® Cup Holder and Storage Area..........5-13 Warning Light............ 2-88, 3-75 Exhaust Gas Warning ............3-1 Daily Inspection Checklist ............
  • Page 466 INDEX Fuel Filter (Diesel engine) ........... 7-40 Highway Driving ..............4-3 Fuel Filter Warning Light (For Diesel Engine Model) ..2-95 Hill Hold Control System .............3-76 Fuel Gauge ................2-64 Horn..................2-111 Fuel Recommendation ............1-1 How the ABS Works.............3-73 Full Wheel Cover..............
  • Page 467 INDEX Maintenance Recommended under Severe Driving Conditions (for Russia) - For K14C engine model ..12-16 Keyless Entry System Transmitter ......2-6, 2-13 Maintenance Recommended under Severe Driving Keyless Push Start System ..........3-6 Conditions (for Russia) - For M16A engine model....12-6 Keyless Push Start System Remote Controller ...
  • Page 468 INDEX Periodic Maintenance Schedule (for Russia) - For K14C engine model ..........12-11 Seat Adjustment............2-24, 2-27 Periodic Maintenance Schedule (for Russia) Seat Belt Inspection.............2-39 - For M16A engine model ............ 12-1 Seat Belt Pretensioner System ...........2-49 Pinching Prevention Function..........2-21 Seat Belt Reminder ..............
  • Page 469 Wiper Blades ................7-63 Trailer Towing ................ 6-1 Transaxle Warning Light............. 2-91 Transfer Oil................7-37 Trip Meter ................2-71 Turn Signal Control Lever..........2-104 Turn Signal Indicators............2-93 Turn Signal Operation ............2-105 Twin Clutch System by Suzuki (TCSS)......3-26 13-6 83RM0-01E...
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  • Page 476 Manufacturer: Panasonic Corporation Model: CQ-JZ33F1AE or CQ-JZ33F0AE 83RM0-01E...
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  • Page 479 5-6-12 Chiyoda, Sakado-shi, Saitama, 350-0214 Japan Y : LOAD (t) Tel: 049-248-1661 M : MODEL Fax:049-284-4340 T : TYPE CHANGZHOU RIKENSEIKO MACHINERY CO., LTD. No. 1903 Zhongwu Ave. Zhonglou Changzhou, Jiangsu CHINA Suzuki Type- 0.95 Tel: 0519-327-5284 Suzuki Type- 0.95 175.5 Fax:0519-327-0811 0.95...
  • Page 480 - No-rejigger the jack’s construction privately. - After any use, consult immediately your Suzuki Dealer or Service Partner for inspection and maintenance of the jack. - If the label (sticker) is damaged, please consult your Suzuki Dealer or Service Partner. 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 481 FIG. 2. -40°C. RIKENKAKI CO., LTD. 5-6-12 Chiyoda, Sakado-shi, Saitama, 350-0214 : 049-248-1661 :049-284-4340 CHANGZHOU RIKENSEIKO MACHINERY CO., LTD. No. 1903 Zhongwu Ave. Zhonglou Changzhou, Jiangsu : 0519-327-5284 :0519-327-0811 " ". : EN 1494:2000+A1:2008 „ “ „Park“). – Suzuki Suzuki 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 482 - Provjerite nazivnu plo icu, mora zadržati svoj izvorni oblik. Bijela pozadina - Nemojte samostalno obavljati promjene na dizalici. - Nakon svake uporabe, odmah kontaktirajte vašeg Suzuki dobavlja a ili servisnog partnera za pregled i Ovaj simbol ozna ava zabranu zalaženja ispod vozila Crno održavanje dizalice.
  • Page 483 - Zkontrolujte jmenný štítek a tvar udržujte stejný jako p vodn . - Neupravujte konstrukci zvedáku sami. Bílé pozadí - Po jakémkoli použití se obra te na prodejce Suzuki i na servisního partnera, aby provedl prohlídku a Tento symbol ozna uje zákaz vstupování pod vozidlo erný...
  • Page 484 - Det er forbudt selv at foretage ændringer på donkraftens konstruktion. Dette symbol betyder, at du aldrig må kravle ind under et Sort - Efter ethvert brug, skal du øjeblikkeligt konsultere din Suzuki-forhandler eller servicepartner, for eftersyn og køretøj, der er løftet med donkraften. Rød vedligeholdelse af donkraften.
  • Page 485 - Na ieder gebruik dient u onmiddellijk uw Suzuki-dealer of Servicepartner te raadplegen voor de inspectie Zwart gaan dat door de krik opgetild is. en het onderhoud van de krik. Rood - Als het label (de sticker) beschadigd is, neemt u contact op met uw Suzuki-dealer of Servicepartner. 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 486 Valge taust - Mitte muuta iseseisvalt tungraua konstruktsiooni. See märk hoiatab, et tungraua kasutamise ajal ei tohi ronida Must - Pärast iga kasutamist pöörduge tungraua ülevaatuses ja hoolduseks viivitamatult oma Suzuki edasimüüja sõiduki alla. või teenindusesindaja poole. Punane - Kahjustatud sildi (kleebise) korral pöörduge oma Suzuki edasimüüja või teenindusesindaja poole.
  • Page 487 - Tarkista nimikilpi. pidä se alkuperäisessä kunnossa. - Tunkkiin ei saa tehdä rakennemuutoksia itse. Osoittaa kieltoa mennä auton alle, kun se on pelkän tunkin Musta - Minkä tahansa käytön jälkeen kysy heti lisäohjeita Suzuki-jälleenmyyjältäsi tai huoltokumppaniltasi tunkin varassa. Punaine tarkastukseen ja huoltoon liittyvissä asioissa.
  • Page 488 - Après toute utilisation, consultez immédiatement votre concessionnaire ou le service après-vente lorsqu'il est monté sur cric. partenaire Suzuki pour procéder au contrôle et à l’entretien du cric. Roug - Si l'étiquette (autocollant) est endommagée, veuillez consulter votre concessionnaire ou le service après-vente partenaire Suzuki.
  • Page 489 - Wenden Sie sich nach jeglichem Gebrauch umgehend an Ihren Suzuki-Vertragshändler oder das Fahrzeug begeben dürfen, wenn es angehoben ist. Servicepartner für die Inspektion und Wartung des Wagenhebers. - Wenn das Etikett (der Aufkleber) beschädigt ist, wenden Sie sich bitte an Ihren Suzuki-Vertragshändler oder Servicepartner. 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 490 5-6-12 Chiyoda, Sakado-shi, Saitama, 350-0214 .: 049-248-1661 : 049-284-4340 CHANGZHOU RIKENSEIKO MACHINERY CO., LTD. No. 1903 Zhongwu Ave. Zhonglou Changzhou, Jiangsu .: 0519-327-5284 : 0519-327-0811 « ». : EN 1494:2000+A1:2008 « » ( « »). Suzuki Service Suzuki Service. 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 491 - Ne szerelje szét az emel szerkezetét. Ez a szimbólum azt jelzi, hogy soha ne másszon be a járm - Minden használat után azonnal vegye fel a kapcsolatot egy Suzuki-értékesít vel vagy szervizpartnerrel az Fekete alá, amikor azt az emel tartja meg.
  • Page 492 Questo simbolo indica che non si deve mai infilarsi sotto il Nero - Dopo ogni utilizzo, consultare immediatamente il proprio rivenditore Suzuki o un partner di assistenza per veicolo quando è sollevato con il cric. l’ispezione e la manutenzione del cric.
  • Page 493 Šis simbols noz m , ka J s nek d gad jum nedr kstat l st - Ja eti ete (uzl me) ir boj ta, l dzu, sazinieties ar Suzuki d leri vai servisa partneri. Melns zem transportl dzek a, ja tas ir pacelts ar domkratu.
  • Page 494 - Patikrinkite duomen lentel , išsaugokite originali form . - Nekeiskite domkrato konstrukcijos patys. Baltas fonas - Jei taip atsitikt , iš karto kreipkit s „Suzuki“ pardavimo atstov ar Technin s prieži ros partner , kad Šis simbolis rodo, kad niekada netur tum te l sti po Juoda apži r t ir pataisyt domkrat .
  • Page 495 - Nie modyfikuj samodzielnie konstrukcji podno nika. Ten symbol oznacza, e nie nale y nigdy wchodzi pod Czarny - Po ka dym U yciu, nale y natychmiast skontaktowa si ze sprzedawc Suzuki lub partnerem pojazd podniesiony podno nikiem. serwisowym w celu kontroli lub konserwacji podno nika.
  • Page 496 - Depois de qualquer Utilização, consulte imediatamente o seu Concessionário Suzuki ou Parceiro de um veículo quando este está a ser elevado por um macaco. Assistência para inspeção ou manutenção do Macaco. Vermelho - Se a Etiqueta (autocolante) estiver danificada, por favor, consulte o seu Concessionário Suzuki ou Parceiro de Assistência. 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 497 - Dup fiecare utilizare, consulta i imediat dealerul Suzuki sau partenerul de service pentru verificarea i este ridicat pe cric. între inerea cricului. Ro u - Dac eticheta (autocolantul) este deteriorat , v rug m s consulta i dealerul Suzuki sau partenerul de service. 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 498 - Zdvihák uchovávajte v pôvodnom tvare. Pozrite si typový štítok. Biele pozadie - Používate nesmie upravova konštrukciu zdviháka. - Po každom použití sa okamžite obrá te na vášho dodávate a alebo servisného partnera Suzuki kvôli Tento symbol znamená zákaz pracova pod vozidlom, ke je ierna kontrole a údržbe zdviháka.
  • Page 499 - Prosimo prepre ite kopi enje ne isto na DVIGALKI - Preverite ploš ico s podatki, ohranite prvotno obliko. - Prepovedano je spreminjanje konstrukcije dvigalke. - Po vsaki uporabi se takoj obrnite na prodajalca opreme Suzuki ali servisnega partnerja za pregled in Belo ozadje vzdrževanje dvigalke.
  • Page 500 Rojo - Si la etiqueta (pegatina) está dañada, consulte con su concesionario Suzuki o con un servicio técnico asociado. 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 501 - Se till att DOMKRAFTSSKRUVEN inte blir smutsig. - Kontrollera märkplåten och se till att formen förblir som den var ursprungligen. - Ändra inte på domkraftens konstruktion själv. - Efter varje användning, kontakta omedelbart din Suzuki-återförsäljare eller servicepartner för inspektion Vit bakgrund och underhåll av domkraften.
  • Page 502 - simli i kontrol edin, ürünün orijinal eklini koruyun. - Krikonun yapÕsÕnÕ özel olarak de i tirmeyin. Beyaz arka plan. - Herhangi bir KullanÕmdan sonra, Krikonun kontrol ve bakÕm i lemleri için hemen Suzuki SatÕcÕnÕza veya Bu simge, kriko ile desteklenen bir aracÕn altÕna girmemeniz Siyah Hizmet Orta Õna danÕ...
  • Page 503 MEMO 83RM0-01E...
  • Page 504 BATTERY LABEL SYMBOL MEANINGS No smoking, no naked flames, no sparks Battery acid Shield eyes Note operating instructions Keep away from children Explosive gas Prepared by June, 2016 Part No. 99011-83RM0-01E Printed in Hungary TP500 83RM0-01E...

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