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					   SUZUKI DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM OPERATION MANUAL

Specifications and functions of Suzuki Diagnosis System
(1) The system diagnoses troubles by communicating with the onboard computer by means of the specially
     designed software that operates on commercially available Windows 95, 98, 2000, XP and Vista, the
     special interface box that translates/converts the computer communication signals, and the special
     communication cable.
(2) Taking application to motorcycle into consideration, the interface box has been made compact and light
     in weight. (98 × 77 × 25 mm; 150 g) In addition to the provision of connector to the vehicle, the system
     is equipped with two types of connector for communication with the computer, USB and RS-232C, so as
     to be compatible with both new and old computers.
(3) The interface box is not waterproof because standardized connectors are used. The operable tempera-
     ture range is 0 – 50 °C. The maximum vibration resistance is 2.2G, which requires protection from
     impact and vibration.
(4) For communication protocol between the computer and adaptor, the international standard ISO14230 is
     used.
(5) This special software is compatible with eight languages, Japanese, English, French, German, Italian,
     Spanish, Greek and Portuguese.
(6) Whether the engine is operating or at halt, the data received from various sensors are displayed in real-
     time or can be plotted. The data or graph displayed can be saved and printed.
(7) The type of data to be displayed can be selected.
(8) The saved data can be re-displayed and plotted in the graph.
(9) The failure code (both past and current) that has been memorized at the time of failure can be called
     back and displayed. The change of data record at the time of failure (2 cases maximum) can be also
     displayed.
(10) A “trigger” can be set up for the diagnostic data. The trigger is a function that starts recording the data
     from where the set value is exceeded (or comes short) for one or more data. This function can also
     record the timing to display the trouble code in the monitoring graph.
(11) The active control is possible. (Such as secondary air solenoid drive, etc.)
(12) The system can record the data of about 30 minute-operation as well as driving data. They can be read
     out and verified.
(13) The system requires setting up of an additional function to the onboard ECU and use of a special con-
     nector. The diagnosis system is applicable to the new models produced in and after May 2002 (AN 650
     onward) and their model-changes. This system is not applicable to those models that were produced
     earlier than the above.
                                         CONTENTS

INSTRUCTIONS FOR SAFE OPERATION OF THIS PRODUCT ......... 1
CONNECTING CABLES........................................................................ 3
SYSTEM SELECTION ........................................................................... 6
PRINCIPAL DATA MONITOR ITEM...................................................... 10
COMPARISON OF DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE............................ 10
EXAMPLE OF TROUBLE CODE .......................................................... 11
EXPLANATION OF PARAMETER ........................................................ 15
SDS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ...................................................... 19
SETUP TRIGGER .................................................................................. 31
DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE INSPECTION .................................... 40
DISPLAYING DATA AT THE TIME OF TROUBLE...............................42
INSPECTION BY COMPARISON OF SAVED DATA............................ 45
INSTRUCTIONS FOR SAFE OPERATION OF THIS PRODUCT
• To protect the operators or other persons from hazard or property damage, the instructions for proper and
  safe operation of the system are shown below with symbols.
• These symbols call special attention to the following messages.
  Make sure to check these messages carefully and observe the instructions contained.


                                 The following symbols show potential hazard of personal injury or prop-
               CAUTION
                                 erty damage that could occur if operated improperly.


                                           Shows forbidden operation.



                                           Shows compulsory operation.



          SYMBOLS                          Shows prohibited operation with wet hand.



                                           Shows prohibition of disassembly.



                                           Shows instruction not to wet the product.




                                                    1
For safe operation of this product, make sure to observe the following instructions.


                                                        CAUTION

This product is designed for use in vehicles with DC12V battery.
Do not use the product with voltage other than DC12V.
• Operations to the contrary may cause failure.

Do not cause this product to be wet with water.
• Operations to the contrary may cause failure.

Do not attempt to disassemble or modify this product.
(If failure is suspected, contact the dealer.)
 • Operations to the contrary may cause failure.

Remove the cable both from the unit and computer when not in use.
• Cable disconnection or failure may result.

Use Suzuki specified K-line (diagnosis cable).
• Use of a cable other than specified may cause damage or malfunction due to excess voltage
  or contact failure.
When disconnecting K-line (diagnosis system cable), make sure to firmly hold and pull its cou-
pler with both hands.
 • Do not pull on the wiring harness, or K-line (diagnosis cable) may break.

Do not handle the connecting cable with a wet hand.
• Operations to the contrary may cause electrical shock or injury.

Do not position or expose this product under direct sunlight, heated area or hot weather.
• Operations to the contrary may cause failure.

Do not drop this product or subject to high impact.
• Operations to the contrary may cause failure.

Do not contact engine oil, gasoline, coolant or battery fluid with the casing or cables.
Do not wipe with solvent such as paint thinner and benzine.
• External deterioration or cable disconnection may result.

Should smoke or abnormal odor emits from this product, immediately stop the operation.
• Such a condition may cause failure or fire.

Do not use a cable with the covering fractured or frayed.
• Such a condition may cause failure or fire.

Do not operate if the connecting cable is frayed or connected loose with the unit.
• Operations to the contrary may cause electrical shock or injury.




                                                2
CONNECTING CABLES
   Prior to connecting the cable, install SDS software.

Hook up the PC, interface box and vehicle as shown below.




                                               Interface box




                     USB cable or
                     RS-232C cable
                                          K-line




PARTS USED FOR CONNECTION
To set up the connection, use the interface box, K-line and USB cable.




                         Interface box




                    K-line (Diagnosis cable)                             USB cable

                                                     3
OPTIONAL PARTS
Use of RS-232C (option) port
If there is no USB port in your PC, use the optional RS-232C cable.




                                           RS-232C (OPTION)



CONNECTION SETUP
1. Select “RS-232C” for “Communication port”.
2. Select default “57600 bps” for Baud rate.
3. Select “OK” button below the property sheet.
4. Connect K-line (diagnosis cable).
5. When using RS-232C, select COM port for RS-232C cable.



CONNECTIONS
Connect USB cable or RS-232C cable as shown below.

                     USB port                  USB cable              Interface box




                                             RS-232C cable
                    Serial port                (OPTION)               Interface box




                                              4
CONNECTION TO VEHICLE

              When disconnecting the
              coupler, do not pull on
              the lead wire.




                                                                                     K-line



To hook up the system to the vehicle, connect K-line coupler to the mode select switch coupler for use in
setting up the diagnosis mode.
       Make sure to hold and pull on the coupler when disconnecting it. Never pull on the lead wire, or a wire
       break may result.
Insert one end of K-line into the interface box.



CONNECTION TO PC
Connect USB cable to PC and interface box.




                                      cable
                                  USB cable




                                                      5
SYSTEM SELECTION
Select the system to be diagnosed.




Key operation

UP/DOWN                : Moves cursor.

Space key              : Selects the system as shown with the cursor and executes “Communication ini-
                         tialization”.

Engine                 : Initializes the Engine system.

Transmission           : Initializes the Transmission system.

Engine & Transmission : Initializes the Engine & Transmission system.

ABS                    : Initializes the ABS system.

EPS                    : Initializes the EPS system.

Show saved data        : Executes “Show saved data” to show the previously saved data.

SDS operation manual : Describes the SDS operation manual.

SDS model
application list       : Describes the SDS application models.

Quit                   : Closes the application.
                                              6
EXECUTING ENGINE SYSTEM




Enter the frame number of vehicle being diagnosed into the “Input frame No.” box and click OK, and the
diagnostic troubleshooting menu will appear.

Key operation

UP/DOWN                  : Moves cursor.
Space key                : Executes the diagnostic service as shown with the cursor.
Data monitor             : Shows the present vehicle condition.
                           Executes “Data monitor”.
DTC inspection           : Shows diagnostic trouble code saved in ECU.
                           Executes “DTC inspection”.
Show data when trouble   : Shows the vehicle condition before and after failure.
                           Executes “Show data when trouble”.
Active control           : Saves the present vehicle condition temporarily.
                           Executes “Active control”.
Quit                     : Closes “Diagnostic troubleshooting menu”.




                                                   7
EXECUTING ACTIVE CONTROL
Active control menu will appear.
This menu turns ON or OFF the solenoid or PTC heater as needed.




Solenoid operating control    : Executes Solenoid operating control monitor.
PTC heater operating control : Executes PTC heater operating control monitor.
Quit                          : Closes “Active control menu”.
Contents of display of Active Control Menu differ depending on machine type concerned.

SELECTING TRANSMISSION SYSTEM
Enter the frame number of vehicle being diagnosed into “Input frame No.” box and click OK, and the diag-
nostic troubleshooting menu will appear.




Key operation

UP/DOWN        : Moves cursor.
Space key      : Executes the diagnostic service as shown with the cursor.
Data monitor   : Shows the present vehicle condition.
                 Executes “Data monitor”.
DTC inspection : Shows diagnostic trouble code saved in ECU.
                 Executes “DTC inspection”.
                                             8
SELECTING SAVED DATA DISPLAY SYSTEM




Description of file information
File name :Enter the file name to display the details.
System       :The system of vehicle from which the sample data was taken appears.
Part No.     :The part number of ECU from which the sample data was taken appears.
Frame No. :The frame number of vehicle that was input at the time of data saving appears.
Comment :The comment about the applicable sample data that was input at the time of saving appears.

Button operation
Open : Opens the file as input file name and executes data monitor / hold mode / numerical display.
Cancel : Closes the window without displaying the data.




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PRINCIPAL DATA MONITOR ITEM
Vehicle speed                        Vehicle speed detected by vehicle speed sensor.
Engine speed                         Engine speed detected by engine speed sensor.
Throttle position                    Throttle valve angle (opening) detected by throttle position sensor.
Manifold absolute pressure           Manifold air pressure detected by intake air pressure sensor.
Intake air temperature               Intake air temperature detected by intake air temperature sensor.
Barometric pressure                  Barometric pressure detected by atmospheric pressure sensor.
Battery (injector) voltage           Injector voltage (with fuel pump relay turned ON).
O2 sensor (Bank1-Sensor1)            O2 sensor output voltage.
PAIR control solenoid valve          PAIR control solenoid status (either ON or OFF).
PTC heater                           Idle air control valve status (operating or not operating).
Spec select terminal                 Spec select terminal (short or open).
Ignition switch signal               Ignition voltage (normal or abnormal).
Tip over (fuel cut) switch           Fuel cut sensor status (either ON or OFF).
Starter                              Starter signal from starter button.



COMPARISON OF DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE
    P-CODE         SUZUKI CODE                                        ITEM
    P0105-H
                          C13        Intake air pressure sensor
    P0105-L
    P0110-H
                          C21        Intake air temperature sensor
    P0110-L
    P0115-H
                          C15        Coolant temperature sensor
    P0115-L
    P0120-H
                          C14        Throttle position sensor
    P0120-L
     P0130          C44    (*C45)    O2 sensor (* : Displayed depending on machine type concerned)
     P0135          C44              O2 sensor heater
     P0201                C32        Fuel injector signal #1
     P0202                C33        Fuel injector signal #2
     P0335                C12        Crankshaft position sensor
     P0340                C11        Camshaft position sensor
     P0351                C24        Ignition signal #1
     P0352                C25        Ignition signal #2
    P0230-H
                          C41        Fuel pump control system
    P0230-L
     P0500                C16        Speed sensor
    P1450-H
                          C22        Atmospheric pressure sensor
    P1450-L
     P1650                C42        Ignition signal
    P1651-H
                          C23        Tip over (fuel cut) sensor
    P1651-L
     P1652                C40        Idle air control valve (PTC heater)

This Trouble Code Comparative List is a list of samples.


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EXAMPLE OF TROUBLE CODE
OUTPUT VOLTAGE DISPLAY
P CODE: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN P0120-H AND P0120-L {EX. THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR (C14)}
Trouble code for throttle position sensor: Difference between P0120-H and P0120-L.
• 4.85V or higher: P0120-H will be displayed.
• 0.5V or lower: P0120-L will be displayed.

                                                   P0120-H


               5V

            4.85 V
                                 Output voltage




                                                         0.5 < Sensor voltage < 4.8
             0.5 V

               0V

                      P0120-L




THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR
P CODE: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN P0120-H AND P0120-L


                        ECM
                                                              VTA line          P code
                                                          Disconnection        P0120-L
                                                          Short-circuited
                                                           to ground E2        P0120-L
               VCC       VTA         E2
                                                          Short-circuited
                                                             to VCC           P0120-H
                 5V                       Ground

                                                              VCC               P code
                                                          Disconnection        P0120-L


               Throttle position sensor                     E2 ground          P code
                                                          Disconnection       P0120-H


Depending on model, H (High) and L (Low) may be reversed.




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INTAKE AIR PRESSURE SENSOR
P CODE: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN P0105-H AND P0105-L


                          ECM
                                                           PM line        P code
                                                       Disconnection     P0105-H
                                                       Short-circuited
                                                        to ground E2     P0105-L
               VCC        PM         E2
                                                       Short-circuited
                                                          to VCC         P0105-H
                 5V                         Ground

                                                           VCC           P code
                                                       Disconnection     P0105-L

                                                         E2 ground        P code
                                                       Disconnection     P0105-H
               Intake air pressure sensor

Depending on model, H (High) and L (Low) may be reversed.



TIP OVER (FUEL CUT) SENSOR
P CODE: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN P1651-H AND P1651-L


                         ECM
                                                           DON           P code
                                                      Disconnection      P1651-L
                                                      Short-circuited
                                                       to ground E2      P1651-L
               VCC       DON          E2
                                                      Short-circuited
                                                         to VCC          P1651-H
                 5V                       Ground

                                                          VCC            P code
                                                      Disconnection      P1651-L


               Tip over (fuel cut) sensor               E2 ground         P code
                                                      Disconnection      P1651-H


Depending on model, H (High) and L (Low) may be reversed.




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ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE SENSOR
P CODE: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN P1450-H AND P1450-L

                         ECM
                                                                PA           P code
                                                          Disconnection     P1450-H
                                                          Short-circuited
                                                           to ground E2     P1450-L
                VCC        PA         E2
                                                          Short-circuited
                                                             to VCC         P1450-H
                 5V                         Ground

                                                              VCC            P code
                                                          Disconnection     P1450-L

                                                            E2 ground        P code
                                                          Disconnection     P1450-H
               Tip over (fuel cut) sensor

Depending on model, H (High) and L (Low) may be reversed.



INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR
P CODE: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN P0110-H AND P0110-L


                       ECM
                                                              THA            P code
                                                          Disconnection     P0110-H
                                                           Short-circuit    P0110-L
               THA                  E2
                                                            E2 ground        P code
                5V                    Ground              Disconnection     P0110-H




            Intake air temperature sensor


Depending on model, H (High) and L (Low) may be reversed.




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COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR
P CODE: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN P0115-H AND P0115-L


                         ECM

                                                           THW             P code
                                                       Disconnection      P0115-H
              THW                   E2                  Short-circuit     P0115-L

                5V                     Ground            E2 ground         P code
                                                       Disconnection      P0115-H




             Coolant temperature sensor


Depending on model, H (High) and L (Low) may be reversed.



FUEL PUMP RELAY
P CODE: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN P0230-H AND P0230-L

                       ECM
                                                            VM               P code
                                                       Disconnection        P0230-L
                                                     A    Short-circuit     P0230-H
             VM                  GND                    Short-circuited
                                                     B to ground GND        P0230-L

                             B      Ground


                             A




                  Fuel pump relay

Depending on model, H (High) and L (Low) may be reversed.




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EXPLANATION OF PARAMETER
ENGINE
       PARAMETER              UNIT      DISPLAY                           EXPLANATION
Vehicle speed                                         Vehicle speed data to be input to ECM. The value
                              km/h                    shows speed that is calculated from frequency of
                                                      pulse signal received from vehicle speed sensor.
Engine speed                                          Engine speed data to be input to ECM . The value
                                                      shows engine speed that is calculated from fre-
                               rpm
                                                      quency of pulse signal received from crank angle
                                                      sensor.
Throttle position                                     Throttle position value as converted from throttle sen-
                                °
                                                      sor input data. The value shows throttle open angle.
Manifold absolute pressure                            Intake manifold pressure data to be input to ECM.
                               kPa,
                                                      The value shows pressure as converted from voltage
                              mmHg
                                                      of pressure sensor connected to intake port.
Engine coolant temperature                            Coolant temperature data to be input to ECM. The
                              °C, °F                  value shows temperature as converted from coolant
                                                      temperature sensor voltage.
Intake air temperature                                Intake air temperature data to be input to ECM. The
                              °C, °F                  value shows intake air temperature as converted
                                                      from intake air temperature sensor voltage.
Barometric pressure                                   Barometric pressure data to be input to ECM. The
                               kPa,
                                                      value shows barometric pressure as converted from
                              mmHg
                                                      atmospheric pressure sensor voltage.
Battery voltage
                                V                     Data of battery voltage supplied to injector.
(Injector input)
O2 sensor Bank1-Sensor1
                                V                     O2 sensor data to be input to ECM.
(Bank1-Sensor1)
PAIR control solenoid valve                           Status of PAIR control solenoid valve operation is
                                        ON or OFF     shown. ON indicates the valve is in operation and
                                                      OFF indicates it is not in operation.
PTC heater                             Operating or
                                                     PTC heater operating status is shown.
                                       Not operating
Spec select terminal                                 Spec select terminal connecting condition is shown.
                                        ON or OFF GND indicates normal condition and OPEN indicates
                                                     disconnection.
Ignition switch signal                  Normal or
                                                     Ignition switch condition is shown when turned on.
                                        Abnormal
Tip over sensor                                      Fuel cut condition is shown. ON indicates fuel cut is
                                        ON or OFF
(Fuel cut)                                           in operation and OFF indicates it is not in operation.
Starter signal                                       Status of starter switch is shown. ON indicates the
                                        ON or OFF
                                                     switch is on and OFF indicates it is off.

Number of parameters and parameters displayed differ depending on machine type concerned.




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TRANSMISSION
       PARAMETER               UNIT     DISPLAY                          EXPLANATION
Vehicle speed                                       ECM output vehicle speed data to be input to CVT
                               km/h
                                                    control unit.
Throttle position                                   ECM output throttle position data to be input to CVT
                                %
                                                    control unit. Throttle open angle is shown in %.
Engine coolant temperature                          ECM output coolant temperature data to be input to
                               °C, °F
                                                    CVT control unit.
Engine speed                                        ECM output engine speed data to be input to CVT
                                rpm
                                                    control unit.
Secondary pulley speed
                                rpm                 CVT secondary pulley speed is shown.
sensor
Pulley position sensor ratio                        Value indicates primary/secondary pulley ratio that is
                                —
                                                    calculated from pulley position sensor output.
Pulley speed ratio                                  Value indicates primary/secondary pulley ratio that is
                                —                   calculated from CKP sensor and CVT secondary pul-
                                                    ley speed sensor outputs.
Battery voltage                  V                  Battery voltage is shown.
Relay contact voltage                               Voltage at relay which supplies power to CVT actua-
                                 V
                                                    tor motor control circuit.
Motor terminal voltage A                            Voltage of CVT actuator motor is shown. (Normal
                                 V
                                                    direction)
Motor terminal voltage B                            Voltage of CVT actuator motor is shown. (Reverse
                                 V
                                                    direction)
Motor current                    A                  Current flowing to CVT actuator motor is shown.
Gear position                           Auto mode
                                        or Manual   Drive mode is shown.
                                          mode
Motor lock                                          Status of CVT actuator motor is shown. ON appears
                                        ON or OFF
                                                    when failed (lock) and OFF in normal condition.
Motor short                                         Status of CVT actuator motor is shown. ON appears
                                        ON or OFF
                                                    when failed (short) and OFF in normal condition.
Motor disconnection                                 Status of CVT actuator motor is shown. ON appears
                                        ON or OFF   when failed (disconnection) and OFF in normal condi-
                                                    tion.
Relay contact welding                               Condition of relay which supplies power to CVT actu-
                                        ON or OFF   ator motor control circuit. ON appears when failed
                                                    (fused) and OFF in normal condition.
Relay contact failure                               Condition of relay which supplies power to CVT actu-
                                        ON or OFF   ator motor control circuit. ON appears when failed
                                                    (poor contact) and OFF in normal condition.
Motor lock (History)                                Past condition of CVT actuator motor is shown. ON
                                        ON or OFF   appears when past failure (lock) is detected and OFF
                                                    in normal condition.
Motor short (History)                               Past condition of CVT actuator motor is shown. ON
                                        ON or OFF   appears when past failure (short) is detected and
                                                    OFF in normal condition.



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       PARAMETER               UNIT   DISPLAY                           EXPLANATION
Motor disconnection                                Past condition of CVT actuator motor is shown. ON
(History)                             ON or OFF    appears when past failure (disconnection) is detected
                                                   and OFF in normal condition.
Relay contact welding                              Past condition of relay which supplies power to CVT
(History)                                          actuator motor control circuit. ON appears when past
                                      ON or OFF
                                                   failure (fused) is detected and OFF in normal condi-
                                                   tion.
Relay contact failure                              Past condition of relay which supplies power to CVT
(History)                                          actuator motor control circuit. ON appears when past
                                      ON or OFF
                                                   failure (poor contact) is detected and OFF in normal
                                                   condition.
Power mode switch circuit                          Power mode switch circuit condition is shown. ON
malfunction                           ON or OFF    appears when malfunction is detected in the circuit
                                                   and OFF when normal.
Auto shift mode switch cir-                        Auto shift mode switch circuit condition is shown. ON
cuit malfunction                      ON or OFF    appears when malfunction is detected in the circuit
                                                   and OFF when normal.
Up shift switch circuit mal-                       Upshift switch circuit condition is shown. ON appears
function                              ON or OFF    when malfunction is detected in the circuit and OFF
                                                   when normal.
Down shift switch circuit                          Downshift switch circuit condition is shown. ON
malfunction                           ON or OFF    appears when malfunction is detected in the circuit
                                                   and OFF when normal.
Center stand switch                                Center stand switch operating condition is shown. ON
                                      ON or OFF    appears when operating and OFF when not operat-
                                                   ing.
Brake switch                                       Brake switch operating condition is shown. ON
                                      ON or OFF    appears when operating and OFF when not operat-
                                                   ing.
Power mode switch                                  Power mode switch operating condition is shown. ON
                                      ON or OFF    appears when operating and OFF when not operat-
                                                   ing.
Auto shift mode switch                             Auto shift mode switch condition is shown. ON
                                      ON or OFF    appears when operating and OFF when not operat-
                                                   ing.
Up shift switch                                    Upshift switch operating condition is shown. ON
                                      ON or OFF    appears when operating and OFF when not operat-
                                                   ing.
Down shift switch                                  Down shift switch operating condition is shown. ON
                                      ON or OFF    appears when operating and OFF when not operat-
                                                   ing.
Shift control switch                               This operates at the time of shifting to prevent over
                                      ON or OFF    rev. ON appears when operating and OFF when not
                                                   operating.
Normal mode                                        Status of drive mode is shown. ON appears when
                                      ON or OFF
                                                   operating in normal mode and OFF in power mode.
Power mode                                         Status of drive mode is shown. ON appears when
                                      ON or OFF
                                                   operating in power mode and OFF in normal mode.

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      PARAMETER     UNIT   DISPLAY                        EXPLANATION
Auto shift mode                        Status of drive mode is shown. ON appears when
                           ON or OFF   operating in auto shift mode and OFF in manual
                                       mode.
Manual shift mode                      Status of drive mode is shown. ON appears when
                           ON or OFF   operating in manual mode and OFF in auto shift
                                       mode.




                               18
SDS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
SDS is a tool that can perform the vehicle diagnostic troubleshooting on a PC.

MAIN PAGE - Engine




Select the system to be diagnosed.

Key operation

UP/DOWN                 : Moves cursor.

Space key               : Selects the system as shown with the cursor and executes “Communication ini-
                          tialization”.

Engine                  : Initializes the Engine system.

Transmission            : Initializes the Transmission system.

Engine & Transmission : Initializes the Engine & Transmission system.

ABS                     : Initializes the ABS system.

EPS                     : Initializes the EPS system.

Show saved data         : Executes “Show saved data” to show the previously saved data.

SDS operation manual : Describes the SDS operation manual.

SDS model
application list        : Describes the SDS application models.

Quit                    : Closes the application.

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COMMUNICATION INITIALIZATION
                    Communication initialization




                                                   NG




When the communication initialization has been successfully performed, “Input frame number” box will be
displayed.
With the data input in “Input frame number,” “Diagnostic troubleshooting menu” will be displayed.
In the case that error has occurred in the communication initialization, an error message will be displayed. In
this case, check the system again. Probable causes for this error are mainly the following. If the error mes-
sage is displayed even without abnormal condition, the display returns automatically to “Select system” win-
dow in approximately eight seconds.
• Interface box is not connected to PC.
→“Preparation”
• Interface box is not connected to the vehicle.
→“Preparation”
• Vehicle is not supported by the system.
→“Supported vehicle”

MAIN PAGE - Input frame No.




“Input frame No.”
                                                   20
MAIN PAGE - Data monitor




Diagnostic troubleshooting menu
This menu is used to select the diagnostic service to be executed.

Key operation

UP/DOWN                       : Moves cursor.
Space key                     : Executes the diagnostic service as shown with the cursor.
Data monitor                  : Shows the present vehicle condition.
                                Executes “Data monitor”.
DTC inspection                : Show the diagnostic trouble code saved in ECU.
                                Executes “DTC inspection”.
Show data when trouble        : Shows the vehicle condition before and after failure.
                                Executes “Show data when trouble”.
Active control                : Saves the present vehicle condition temporarily.
                                Executes “Active control”.
Quit                          : Returns to “System select menu”.




                                                    21
Key operation

Key                      : Processes.
UP/DOWN                  : Moves cursor.
Ctrl + Shift + UP/DOWN   : Moves the item as shown with the cursor.

Space key                : Changes the selection of item as shown with the cursor.
                           The selection is indicated with a check mark on the left of the item.




                                             22
                                                             Help




                                                                 Tool


                       File
                                                 View




                                                        Next Page

File   : Print Ctrl + P
         Print preview
         Setup printer
         Exit application

View   : Sampling status bar showing or hiding
         Data list bar showing or hiding
         Function key bar showing or hiding
         Status bar showing or hiding

Tool   : Option (Setup interface box, font, unit and language)
         Edit frame number

Help   : About application
         Help document

MAIN PAGE - Data monitor display

                    View




1. Sampling status bar shows or hides the number of samples and the time of sampling start.


                                                   23
                                         View




2. Data list bar
   Shows or hides the diagnostic trouble code saved in ECM.
3. Function key bar
   Shows or hides the functions of PC.
4. Status bar
   Shows or hides Status bar.

MAIN PAGE - Tool - Option - Interface box

                                            Tool
                             Option
                                                     Option
                                                     Edit frame number




Port        : In the case of USB connection, select “USB”.
              In the case of RS-232C connection, select “COM1” – “COM4.”
Baud rate   : In the case of USB connection, this is not selectable and not necessary.
              In the case of RS-232C connection, select “57600 bps” as default value.

* When connecting PC and the interface box, connect the cable to the communication port specified here.
  Especially when selecting RS-232C, care must be used not to confuse the COM port number.


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MAIN PAGE - Tool - Option - Font

                                                    Tool
                                  Option                      Option
                                                              Edit frame number




Font    : Select the font from the list.
Size    : Select the font size from the list.
Style   : Select the font style.
          Standard .......Standard typeface is applied.
          Bold...............Bold face is applied.

MAIN PAGE - Tool - Option - Unit

                                                    Tool
                                                              Option
                              Option                          Edit frame number




Speed           : Select the unit used in the   speed related item.
                  km/h, MPH
Temperature     : Select the unit used in the   temperature related item.
                  °C, °F
Pressure        : Select the unit used in the   pressure related item.
                  kPa, mmHg, inHg, psig
Airflow         : Select the unit used in the   airflow related item.
                  g/s, lb/min
* Bold face above shows default SI unit.



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MAIN PAGE - Tool - Option - Language


                                               Tool
                                                      Option
                            Option
                                                      Edit frame number



                                                      English
                                                      German
                                                      French
                                                      Spanish
                                                      Italian
                                                      Japanese
                                                      Greek
                                                      Portuguese




Select the language to use.
* Depending on language and the environment used, the system may not show the proper display.
* The language selected here can be used from the next time SUZUKI DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM is restarted.




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MAIN PAGE - Data monitor - Function




Help:    Opens help documents.

Hold:    Moves to Hold mode display.
Start:   Moves to Run mode display.

Print:   Executes printing.
         When executing the printing, the display will be automatically changed to Hold mode.




Save     : Saves data.
SI       : “SI” displayed - Regardless of the current unit setting, the display will be in km/h (speed), °C (tem-
           perature), kPa (pressure), and g/s (airflow).
           “Non SI” displayed - In non SI, the unit changes to what has been selected in the unit setting.
           (If this process does not occur, restart the PC.)

Exit     : Quits the data monitor and returns to “Diagnostic troubleshooting menu”.

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MAIN PAGE - Data monitor - Graph




Select the display.

Numerical display ⇔ Graph display




For each item, any vertical axis range can be set as desired.




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MAIN PAGE - Data monitor - Graph - Range




For each item, any horizontal axis range can be set as desired.

To set up the range, click OK button.

MAIN PAGE - Data monitor - Trigger




To set up or cancel the trigger, the trigger setup wizard will be started.




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MAIN PAGE - Data monitor - Select




Select:   This button re-displays the list by narrowing down to select items, trigger items and essential dis-
          play items.
Return:   This button returns the display to the immediately previous stage if the current items are narrowed
          down.



MAIN PAGE - Transmission




Transmission and related system troubleshooting
The operation of PC is the same as engine system troubleshooting.

Show saved data
The location to save the data can be specified.

Personal Computer operations for ABS or others are the same as those of engine troubleshooting.
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SETUP TRIGGER
Set up the trigger to be used by Data monitor.
Select the trigger from five types listed below.
•   Without trigger
•   Any of DTC
•   Specific DTC
•   Trigger of input data
•   Manual trigger
Trigger can record the timing of DTC display or can be operated as record start timing of the saved data.
When the condition of failure is not clear, it is necessary to determine the engine speed and throttle opening
etc. at the time of failure. The conditions of failure can be narrowed down by making the detected DTC mem-
orize as trigger. In addition, it is possible to set up the change of input data as trigger.

The trigger setup is composed as shown below.



                                  Specific diagnostic code (DTC)
    Trigger type designation                                                     Post trigger process setting
                                  designation Trigger of input data setting




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TRIGGER TYPE DESIGNATION
Select the trigger type as shown below.




SETTING
            ITEM                                            DESCRIPTION
Without trigger               Voids trigger setting.
Any of DTC                    Sets the change of number of diagnostic codes detected in the vehicle as
                              trigger.
Specific DTC                  Sets the trigger when diagnostic code (DTC) designated on Specific diag-
                              nostic code (DTC) designation page is detected in the vehicle.
Trigger of input data         Sets the change of input data (Data monitor item) value as trigger. Details
                              are set on the Trigger of input data setting page.
Manual trigger                Sets the trigger when the user presses the F2 key.

BUTTON OPERATION
          BUTTON                                              PROCESS
Finish                        Determines the designated trigger type and ends “Setup trigger”.
                              Only valid when “Without trigger” is selected.
Next                          Moves to the next Trigger Setup Wizard page.
                              Any of DTC                  Moves to Post trigger process setting page.
                              Specific of DTC             Moves to Specific diagnostic code (DTC) desig-
                                                          nation page.
                              Trigger of input data       Moves to Trigger of input data setting page.
                              Manual trigger              Moves to Post trigger process setting page.




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SPECIFIC DIAGNOSTIC CODE (DTC) DESIGNATION
Select the specific diagnostic code as trigger.
Clicking the checkbox on the left of the list allows switching between selected and unselected.




BUTTON OPERATION
       BUTTON                                                  PROCESS
Back                           Return to Trigger type designation page.
Next                           Moves to Post trigger process setting page.




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TRIGGER OF INPUT DATA SETTING
Select the trigger source for trigger of input data.
Clicking the checkbox on the left of the list allows switching between selected and unselected.
When an item is selected, the detail setting dialog will be displayed.

Numeric item selected      Numeric item trigger setting dialog will be displayed.
Text item selected         Text item trigger setting dialog will be displayed.




BUTTON OPERATION
          BUTTON                                             OPERATION
Back                           Returns to Trigger type designation page.
Next                           Moves to Post trigger process setting page.




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NUMERIC ITEM TRIGGER SETTING
Determine the detailed settings for numeric item trigger used in Trigger of input data.




SETTING

         ITEM                                                          SETTING
Level                    This sets up level to be used as threshold of the trigger.
                                            The trigger is performed when the value of the item rises from
                             Upward
                                            below “Level” and exceeds “Level”.
                                            The trigger is performed when the value of the item falls from
Slope condition            Downward
                                            above “Level” and goes down past “Level”.
                                            The trigger is performed with either of the above “Upward” or
                              Both
                                            “Downward”.
                                            When an item specified with “OR” detects at least one trigger, a
                               OR
                                            trigger point is set and thereafter sample is taken.
Combinations
                                            Only when all other items specified by “AND” detect trigger, a trig-
                              AND
                                            ger point is set and thereafter sample is taken.




                                   Upward
                                                                  Downward       Level




                                                                                     Waveform of data

                  0          0.5            1.0             1.5          2.0

                                                  sec/div




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TEXT ITEM TRIGGER SETTING
Determine the detailed settings for text item trigger used in Trigger of input data.




SETTING

         ITEM                                                   SETTING
Level                     Designates condition for trigger judgment.
                                          The trigger is performed when item value reaches condition desig-
                               ON
                                          nated by “Level”.
Slope condition
                                          The trigger is performed when item value deviates from condition
                               OFF
                                          designated by “Level”.
                                          When an item specified with “OR” detects at least one trigger, a
                               OR
                                          trigger point is set and thereafter sample is taken.
Combinations
                                          Only when all other items specified by “AND” detect trigger, a trig-
                               AND
                                          ger point is set and thereafter sample is taken.




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Confirm the trigger of input data in detail by clicking “Details”.




MANUAL TRIGGER
The trigger is performed when “TriggerSw” (F2 key) is clicked.




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POST TRIGGER PROCESS SETTING
Set up the process after trigger detection.




SETTING VALUE
        SETTING VALUE                                         DESCRIPTION
Number of samples after trigger Designates the number of samples from time of detection to end of sam-
                                 pling.
                                 One sampling takes 0.2 second.
Trigger dot display in hold mode Automatically moves to Hold mode when sampling ends after trigger.
transit                          At this time, designate which point of graph the trigger point is displayed.
                                 Number of Div stands for number of scale marks.

Confirm the trigger settings and close window by clicking “Finish”.
If closing the window, all previous sampling data is cleared and sampling is restarted in Run mode.




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SAMPLE DISPLAY OF TRIGGER POINT
The following shows sample display of trigger point when the brake switch input is selected as trigger and
the trigger dot display is set to 5 Div.




                                                                   Trigger point




                                           5 Div


* The trigger point is shown at the green dashed line in the graph. However, in transition to Hold mode, the
  line will be overlapped with a blue solid line showing the cursor position.




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DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE INSPECTION
DTC HISTORY
                                  TCM                            ECM




                               RAM                            OM
                                                             ROM




                                                                   Interface box




                                                   PC


ECM integrating ROM can keep DTC data in memory even with the battery disconnected. TCM integrating
RAM, however, loses the memorized DTC data once the battery has been disconnected. Therefore, caution
must be used.

Make sure to take note or print out DTC of TCM (Transmission) before disconnecting the battery.




Click “DTC inspection” and the DTC history window will be displayed.




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DTC HISTORY DISPLAY




The past DTCs will not be displayed in the occurrence order from top.
Note: The date of trouble is not identifiable.



CLEARING DTC HISTORY




                           Start




To clear DTC, click “Clear” button, and all memorized DTCs will be cleared.




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DISPLAYING DATA AT THE TIME OF TROUBLE
INSPECTION OF DATA AT THE TIME OF TROUBLE




Click “Show data when trouble,” and the window shown below will be displayed.




                         Start




In this window, the data at the time of trouble can be checked.




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                                                              P-CODE    C-CODE
                                                              P0105-L   C13
                                                                        (IAPS)
                                                              P0105-H   C13
                                                                        (IAPS)
                                                              P0335     C12
                                                                        (CKPS)




The first and second DTCs can be identified.

Note: The date of trouble is not identifiable.




                          Start




The data before and after detecting trouble can be checked.




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                             5V
                           4.5V


                                                  0.4<Sensor voltage<4.5
                           0.5V
                             0V



This is the waveform of sensor voltage. The trouble is detected at the voltage exceeding 4.5V and is deter-
mined because it is not compensated to within the specified voltage range in several seconds.




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INSPECTION BY COMPARISON OF SAVED DATA
Select the display of saved data in the system selection window.
Select and open the data currently saved.


                                            Open
                                                    Lock in:




                                             File name:                                  Open
                                             Files of type:                              Cancel
           EPS




Note: If the monitor window currently accessed is changed to the graph display window after pressing the
      hold button, the comparison button will become active, thereby allowing comparison between the cur-
      rently accessed data with the saved data to be compared.

The numerical display window changes to the graph display window.




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Press the comparison button located in the upper area of graph display window.
Select and open the data to be compared among those data that have been saved last time.



                                                    Open
                                                              Lock in:




                                                     File name:                        Open
                                                     Files of type:                    Cancel




Note: If the selected data (ECM parts No.) is mistaken, the following message is indicated.




As with above, press the comparison button, select and open the data to be compared such as the data
saved the time before last, the data saved at the time of new vehicle, etc.



                                            Open
                                                   Lock in:




                                             File name:                       Open
                                             Files of type:                   Cancel




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Press the respective data selection buttons (Value 1, Value 2, Value 3) and move the cursor that is on the
graph of the longest sampling data time temporarily to the maximum scale. Determining the most desired
point to be superposed in this graph as a reference point, shift that point to the center or to the left in the win-
dow.




When the radio button of graph scroll is pressed, the selected graph is highlighted (bold). At the same time,
MAX value and MIN value in the graph value are displayed with dotted line.




                                                                                       MAX



                                                                                        MIN




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To superpose the graph, select the next graph using the data selection button in the graph scroll position,
then as with the above, the selected graph is displayed in highlight (bold). Pressing Right key with Ctrl key
held depressed moves the graph to the right and pressing Left key with Ctrl key held depressed moves the
graph to the left. Fine-tuning of the graph can be made with the cursor for sampling time display using the
mouse.




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In the same procedures as above, superpose the last graph.
When all the graphs have been superposed, press the radio button of the cursor scroll.




Verify the value in comparison by scrolling the cursor to the point where the change of graph value is large.
The value of cursor position shows the respective graph value.




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