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AIR CONDITIONING (OPTIONAL) (OTHER THAN CANVAS TOP MODEL) 1B-39

DTC Check
Using SUZUKI scan tool
1) Turn ignition switch to OFF position.
2) Connect SUZUKI scan tool to data link connector (DLC) (1)
located on underside of instrument panel.
Special tool
1
(A) : SUZUKI scan tool
(A)

3) Light over sunload sensor vertically with an incandescent


lamp of approximately 100 W.

NOTE:
• The distance between the sensor and lamp should be
approximately 100 mm (3.94 in.).
• DTC B1504 is detected even if sensor is normal if sun-
load sensor is not lighted over with an incandescent
lamp.

4) Turn ignition switch to ON position.


5) Read DTC according to instructions displayed on SUZUKI
scan tool and print it or write it down. Refer to SUZUKI scan
tool operator’s manual for further details.
If communication between scan tool and ECM (PCM) is not
possible, check if scan tool is communicable by connecting it
to ECM (PCM) in another vehicle. If communication is possi-
ble in this case, scan tool is good condition. Then check data
link connector and serial data line (circuit) in the vehicle with
which communication was not possible.
6) After completing the check, turn ignition switch OFF position
and disconnect SUZUKI scan tool from data link connector
(DLC).
1B-40 AIR CONDITIONING (OPTIONAL) (OTHER THAN CANVAS TOP MODEL)

Not using SUZUKI scan tool

NOTE:
In case of malfunction of temperature selector, blower
speed selector and air flow selector, the following proce-
dure can not be used. However, SUZUKI scan tool can be
used to check DTCs.

1) Check A/C switch indicator (6) for operation referring to “A/C


[A] Indicator Lamp Check” in this section.
1 3 2
2) Light over sunload sensor vertically with an incandescent
25 lamp of approx. 100 W apart from about 100 mm (3.94 in.).
20 30
3) Set the following selectors to specified positions respectively.
• Temperature selector (1): Max cool position
• Air flow selector (2): “AUTO” (automatic air conditioning sys-
4 6 5 tem) or “VENT” (manual air conditioning system) position
• Blower speed selector (3): “OFF” position
4) Turn ignition switch ON position under the conditions set at
[B]
1 3 2 the step 2 and 3 by pushing the A/C switch (4) and air intake
switch (5) at the same time.
5) Read DTC from flashing pattern of A/C switch indicator (6)
referring “DTC Table” in this section.
[A] : Automatic air conditioning system
[B] : Manual air conditioning system
4 6 5

6) After completing the check, turn ignition switch OFF position.


AIR CONDITIONING (OPTIONAL) (OTHER THAN CANVAS TOP MODEL) 1B-41

DTC Clearance
Using SUZUKI scan tool
1) Turn ignition switch to OFF position.
2) Connect SUZUKI scan tool to data link connector (DLC) (1).
Special tool
1 (A) : SUZUKI scan tool

(A)

3) Light over sunload sensor vertically with an incandescent


lamp of approx. 100 W apart from about 100 mm (3.94 in.)
position.
4) Turn ignition switch to ON position.
5) Erase DTC according to instructions displayed on SUZUKI
scan tool. Refer to SUZUKI scan tool operator’s manual for
further details.
6) After completing the clearance, turn ignition switch to OFF
position and disconnect SUZUKI scan tool from DLC.
7) Perform “DTC Check” in this section and confirm if normal
DTC (NO CODES) is displayed.

Not using SUZUKI scan tool

1) Check A/C switch indicator (6) for operation referring to “A/C


Indicator Lamp Check” in this section.
2) Light over sunload sensor vertically with an incandescent
lamp of approx. 100 W apart from about 100 mm (3.94 in.)
[A]
position.
1 3 2
3) Set the following selectors to specified positions respectively.
• Temperature selector (1): Max cool position
25
• Air flow selector (2): “AUTO (automatic air conditioning sys-
20 30
tem) or “VENT” (manual air conditioning system) position.
• Blower speed selector (3): “OFF” position.
4 6 5 7
4) Turn ignition switch ON position under the conditions set at
the Step 2) and 3) by pushing the A/C switch (4) and air
[B]
1 3 2 intake switch (5) at the same time.
5) Push A/C switch and air intake switch at the same time.
6) Make sure that rear defogger lamp is lighted.
7) Push rear defogger switch (7) at 3 seconds or more.
8) After completing the clearance, turn ignition switch OFF
position.
4 6 5 7
9) Perform “DTC Check” in this section, and confirm if normal
DTC is displayed and if any other DTC is detected.
[A] : Automatic air conditioning system
[B] : Manual air conditioning system
1B-42 AIR CONDITIONING (OPTIONAL) (OTHER THAN CANVAS TOP MODEL)

DTC Table

CAUTION:
Be sure to perform “Air Conditioning System Check” in this section before starting diagnosis.
DTC No. DTC
A/C indicator
(displayed on (indicated
Priority lamp flashing Diagnosis
SUZUKI scan by A/C indi-
pattern
tool) cator lamp)
Outside Air Temperature Sensor and
*B1501 01 1
Its Circuit Malfunction
Inside Air Temperature Sensor and
*B1502 02 2
Its Circuit Malfunction
A/C Evaporator Temperature Sensor
B1503 03 3
and Its Circuit Malfunction
Sunload Sensor and Its Circuit Mal-
*B1504 04 12
function
Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT)
B1510 10 4
Sensor and Its Circuit Malfunction Diagnose
Temperature Control Actuator (Posi- trouble
B1511 11 5 tion Sensor) and Its Circuit Malfunc- according to
tion “Diagnostic
Air Flow Control Actuator (Position Flow” corre-
B1512 12 6
Sensor) and Its Circuit Malfunction sponding to
Temperature Control Actuator and each DTC.
B1513 13 7
Its Circuit Malfunction
Air Flow Control Actuator and Its Cir-
B1514 14 8
cuit Malfunction
Temperature Selector and Its Circuit
B1520 20 9
Malfunction
Blower Speed Selector and Its Cir-
B1521 21 10
cuit Malfunction
Air Flow Selector and Its Circuit Mal-
B1522 22 11
function
– – – Normal –

Normal Open Short Lock


REC (recirculation air mode)
indicator lamp flashing pattern

NOTE:
• Item with asterisk (*) in “DTC No.” column is for vehicles with automatic air conditioning system.
• If no malfunction is detected, A/C indicator lamp and REC indicator lamp flash simultaneously.
AIR CONDITIONING (OPTIONAL) (OTHER THAN CANVAS TOP MODEL) 1B-43

Example
B1502 (No.02)

(a)

(b)

0.5 0.5 0.5 2.0


(c)

B1512 (No.12)

(a)

(b)

1.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 2.0


(c)

B1522 (No.22)

(a)

(b)

1.5 0.5 1.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 2.0

(c)
[A]

(a)

(b)

3.0 1.0 3.0 1.0

(c)

[A] : Normal (b) : A/C indicator lamp turned OFF


(a) : A/C indicator lamp turned ON (c) : Unit (seconds)

Fail-Safe Table
When any of the following malfunctions (DTCs) is detected, HVAC control module enters fail-safe mode.
However, when HVAC control module detects normal operation of A/C system, fail-safe mode is canceled.

Fail-Safe Operation
When ignition switch is
DTC No. Trouble Area When malfunction is detected
turned ON after malfunction
during ignition switch is ON
is already detected
HVAC control module keeps condi-
Outside air temperature
*B1501 20°C (68°F) tion just before malfunction is
sensor and its circuit
detected.
HVAC control module keeps condi-
Inside air temperature sen-
*B1502 25°C (77°F) tion just before malfunction is
sor and its circuit
detected.
HVAC control module keeps condi-
A/C evaporator tempera-
B1503 0°C (32°F) tion just before malfunction is
ture sensor and its circuit
detected.
1B-44 AIR CONDITIONING (OPTIONAL) (OTHER THAN CANVAS TOP MODEL)

Fail-Safe Operation
When ignition switch is
DTC No. Trouble Area When malfunction is detected
turned ON after malfunction
during ignition switch is ON
is already detected
HVAC control module keeps condi-
Sunload sensor and its cir-
*B1504 0 W/m2 tion just before malfunction is
cuit
detected.
HVAC control module keeps condi-
Engine coolant tempera-
B1510 80°C (176°F) tion just before malfunction is
ture sensor and its circuit
detected.
Temperature control actua- HVAC control module stops the
HVAC control module stops the
B1511 tor (position sensor) and its operation of actuator after 1
operation of actuator after 1 minute.
circuit minute.
Air flow control actuator HVAC control module stops the
HVAC control module stops the
B1512 (position sensor) and its cir- operation of actuator after 1
operation of actuator after 1 minute.
cuit minute.
HVAC control module stops the
Temperature control actua- HVAC control module stops the
B1513 operation of actuator after 1
tor and its circuit operation of actuator after 1 minute.
minute.
HVAC control module stops the
Air flow control actuator and HVAC control module stops the
B1514 operation of actuator after 1
its circuit operation of actuator after 1 minute.
minute.
HVAC control module keeps condi-
Temperature selector and
B1520 25°C (77°F) tion just before malfunction is
its circuit
detected.
HVAC control module keeps condi-
Blower speed selector and
B1521 OFF tion just before malfunction is
its circuit
detected.
HVAC control module keeps condi-
Air flow selector and its cir-
B1522 DEF tion just before malfunction is
cuit
detected.

NOTE:
Item with asterisk (*) in “DTC No.” column is for vehicle with automatic air conditioning system.

Scan Tool Data


As the data values given below are standard values estimated on the basis of values obtained from the normally
operating vehicles by using a scan tool, use them as reference values. Even when the vehicles are in good con-
dition, there may be cases where the checked values do not fall within each specifies data range. Therefore,
judgement as abnormal should not be made by checking with these data alone.

Normal Condition / Ref-


Scan Tool Data Condition
erence Value
Max Cool, 20°C (68°F),
<For vehicle with automatic A/C>
20.5°C (68.9°F) ... 29.5°C
Each reference value is relative to the position of tem-
(85.1°F), 30°C (86°F),
perature selector of HVAC control module.
TEMP CONT SWITCH Max Hot
<For vehicle with manual A/C>
Max Cool, P1, P2 ... P20,
Each reference value is relative to the position of tem-
P21, Max Hot
perature selector of HVAC control module.
AIR CONDITIONING (OPTIONAL) (OTHER THAN CANVAS TOP MODEL) 1B-45

Normal Condition / Ref-


Scan Tool Data Condition
erence Value
CABIN TEMPERATURE –29°C – 47.5°C
Reference value is relative to in-car temperature.
(NOTE 1) (–20.2°F – 117°F)
OUTSIDE AIR TEMP –29°C – 47.5°C
Reference value is relative to outside air temperature.
(NOTE 1) (–20.2°F – 117.5°F)
Reference value is relative to temperature of evapora- –29°C – 47.5°C
EVAPORATOR TEMP
tor. (–20.2°F – 117.5°F)
–23°C – 130°C
COOLANT TEMP At specified idle speed after warming up
(–9.4°F – 266°F)
SUNLOAD (NOTE 1) Reference value depends on the situation. 0 W/m2 – 1963.5 W/m2
<For vehicle with automatic A/C>
AUTO, VENT, BI-LEVEL,
Each reference value is relative to the position of air-
FOOT, DEF-FOOT DEF
flow selector of HVAC control module.
MODE CONT SWITCH
<For vehicle with manual A/C>
VENT, BI-LEVEL, FOOT,
Each reference value is relative to the position of air-
DEF-FOOT DEF
flow selector of HVAC control module.
<For vehicle with automatic A/C>
Each reference value is relative to the position of AUTO, 1st, 2nd ... 7th, 8th
blower speed selector of HVAC control module.
FAN CONT SWITCH
<For vehicle with manual A/C>
Each reference value is relative to the position of 1st, 2nd ... 7th, 8th
blower speed selector of HVAC control module.
Reference value is relative to the position of blower
FAN DESIRE VOLT 0 – 15.5 V
speed selector of HVAC control module.
Reference value is relative to the position of tempera- 0.5 V (Max Cool)
AIR MIX POS SENSOR
ture selector of HVAC control module. 4.5 V (Max Cool)
Reference value is relative to the position of airflow 0.5 V (DEF)
MODE POS SENSOR
selector of HVAC control module. 4.5 V (VENT)
A/C system is ON. ON
A/C CONT SIG
A/C system is OFF. OFF
Position of blower speed selector is 1st or 2nd position. ON
BLOWER FAN LOAD Position of blower speed selector is more than 3rd
OFF
position.
Fresh air (FRE) mode is activated. FRE
Recirculation air (REC) mode is activated. REC
• Engine coolant temperature is less than 60°C.
AIR INTAKE MODE
• Air outlet is except FACE position.
MIX
• When air intake mode is changed to Recirculation air
(REC) mode.
A/C indicator lamp is lighted. ON
A/C INDICATOR LAMP
A/C indicator lamp is not lighted. OFF
Fresh air (FRE) indicator lamp is lighted. ON
FRE INDICATOR LAMP
Fresh air (FRE) indicator lamp is not lighted. OFF
Recirculation air (REC) indicator lamp is lighted. ON
REC INDICATOR LAMP
Recirculation air (REC) indicator lamp is not lighted. OFF
Rear defogger indicator lamp is lighted. ON
REAR DEF INDICATOR
Rear defogger indicator lamp is not lighted. OFF
Lighting switch is at parking position. ON
ILLUMINATION
Lighting switch is at OFF position. OFF
1B-46 AIR CONDITIONING (OPTIONAL) (OTHER THAN CANVAS TOP MODEL)

Normal Condition / Ref-


Scan Tool Data Condition
erence Value
STEERING WHEEL For vehicle equipped with left steering wheel Left
(NOTE 1) For vehicle equipped with right steering wheel Right
For vehicle which uses gasoline fuel Gasoline
FUEL TYPE (NOTE 2)
For vehicle which uses diesel fuel Diesel

NOTE1:
This data is for vehicle with automatic air conditioning system.

NOTE2:
This data is for vehicle with manual air conditioning system.

Scan tool data definitions


TEMP CONT SWITCH
Position of temperature control selector of HVAC control module

CABIN TEMPERATURE (for vehicle with automatic air conditioning model)


Inside air temperature detected by inside air temperature sensor installed in HVAC control module

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE (for vehicle with automatic air conditioning model)
Outside air temperature detected by outside air temperature sensor installed on 4WD air pump assembly
bracket

EVAPORATOR TEMP
Temperature of air passed through evaporator

COOLANT TEMP
Engine coolant temperature detected by engine coolant temperature sensor

SUNLOAD (for vehicle with automatic air conditioning model)


Amount of sunlight detected by sunload sensor installed on the driver side on the dashboard

MODE CONT SWITCH


Position of airflow selector of HVAC control module

FAN CONT SWITCH


Position of air speed selector of HVAC control module

FAN DESIRE VOLT


Voltage for blower motor

AIR MIX POS SENSOR


Input signal from position sensor in temperature control actuator

MODE POS SENSOR


Input signal form position sensor in air flow control actuator