Suzuki Kizashi (2010 year). Manual - part 15

 

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Suzuki Kizashi (2010 year). Manual - part 15

 

 

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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Problem
Possible cause
Possible solution
MP3/WMA
No playback
The disc has unplayable formatted data.
Check the file format.
Playing VBR (Variable Bit Rate) files may
Sound skipping or noise
Play Non-VBR files.
cause sound skipping.
USB
There is no music stored in a format that
Check the file format.
Music is not played back even if the USB
is supported on this unit.
device is connected
The current consumption of the USB
Use a USB device with a current con-
device exceeds 500 mA.
sumption lower than 500 mA.
Bluetooth®
The distance between this unit and the
Bluetooth®-ready device is too long, or
Change the location of the Bluetooth®-
the Bluetooth®-ready device is hidden
ready device.
behind a metallic object from this unit.
Pairing failed
Refer to the Operating Instructions of the
The Bluetooth® function of the Bluetooth®-
Bluetooth®-ready device. (With regard to
ready device is deactivated.
some devices, the power saving mode is
activated after a certain time.)
Drive your car to the service area of your
Cannot receive a call.
Your mobile phone is out of service area.
mobile phone.
The voice quality of
hands-free is
low
There is another wireless device near the
Switch off the wireless device or keep it
(Distortion, noise etc.).
unit.
away from the unit.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Error Display Messages
Display
Possible cause
Possible solution
XM
Ck Antenna
XM antenna unconnected.
Connect the XM antenna.
XM broadcasts unreceivable because of
Move to an area where XM broadcasts can be received
No Signal
poor receiving conditions.
well.
This channel is not currently in service. Tune to another
Ch Off Air
Channel not in service.
channel.
Ch Unavail
Channel unavailable.
This channel is out of service. Tune to another channel.
Ch Unauth
Channel unauthorized.
This channel is not authorized. Tune to another channel.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Display
Possible cause
Possible solution
CD
Insert the disc with its label side up.
Check the disc that it is not warped and is free of flaws.
ERROR 1
The disc cannot be read.
If ERROR 1 does not go out when a normal disc is
inserted, consult your dealer.
If CD is inserted in the unit, press the CD eject button to
The player developed an error of an uni-
ERROR 3
remove the disc.
dentified cause.
If the disc cannot be ejected, consult your dealer.
USB/iPod®
Unplug the USB device and plug it again.
ERROR 1
No operation by some cause.
If ERROR 1 does not go out when a normal disc is
inserted, consult your dealer.
ERROR 3
The USB device is disconnected.
Check the connection of the USB device.
The current consumption of the USB
ERROR 4
Check the USB device.
device exceeds 500 mA.
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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 uni-
ERROR 1
again.
dentified cause.
If ERROR 1 does not go out, consult your dealer.
Failed
Failed to establish pairing
Try to establish the pairing again.
Reaching the upper limit of the register-
Delete the registered data of unnecessary devices and
Memory Full
able device count
try to establish the pairing again.
Not Avail.
Inoperable during driving
Operate the system after pulling over your car.
Pardon?
Failed voice recognition
Press the Talk button and say what you said again.
Not Linked
Telephone disconnected
Try to establish the pairing again.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Fuel Filler Door
The fuel filler door (3) is located on the left
rear side of the vehicle. To access the fuel
filler cap, the fuel filler door must be
(1)
(2)
opened by unlocking it using the power
door locking switch (1), keyless start sys-
(3)
(3)
tem remote controller, request switch, or
(4)
key and then pushing the fuel filler door (3)
(2)
at the location indicated by the arrow.
If the fuel filler door fails to open
If the fuel filler door fails to open due to a
problem in the system or a flat battery,
have the vehicle inspected by an autho-
rized SUZUKI dealer. If you must open the
door immediately, do the following.
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57L51054
Pull the rod (2) toward you. The fuel filler
(2) Unlock
door will be unlocked.
Push the rod inward to lock the door.
(1)
(3) Unlock
(4) Lock
(3)
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Remove the trim (1) inside the trunk.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Fuel Filler Cap
EXAMPLE
(5)
(1)
(2)
Open
Close
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57L51019
From the outside, push the part indicated
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NOTE:
by the arrow of the fuel filler door (5) (see
The cap holder (1) can hold the fuel filler
To remove the fuel filler cap:
the illustration). The door will open slightly.
cap (2) when refueling.
1) Open the fuel filler door.
2) Remove the cap by turning it counter-
To reinstall the fuel filler cap:
clockwise.
1) Turn the cap clockwise until you hear
several clicks.
WARNING
2) Close the fuel filler door.
Remove the fuel filler cap slowly. The
fuel may be under pressure and may
WARNING
spray out, causing injury.
Fuel is extremely flammable. Do not
smoke when refueling, and make
sure there are no open flames or
sparks in the area.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Engine Hood
WARNING
Avoid spilling fuel. Any spilt fuel
must be wiped clean with a soft
(1)
cloth. Leaving the fuel as is could
lead to a fire or other unexpected
(2)
accident. Fuel will also cause
spots, discoloration or cracks on
the paintwork in the area.
Close the fuel filler cap firmly after
refueling. A loose cap may cause
fuel leakage and eventually a fire.
If you need to replace the fuel cap,
use a genuine SUZUKI cap. Use of
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an improper cap can result in a
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2)
Push the under-hood release lever (2)
malfunction of the fuel system or
emission control system. It may
sideways with your finger, as shown in
To open the engine hood:
the illustration. While pushing the lever,
also result in fuel leakage in the
1) Pull the hood release
handle
(1)
event of an accident.
lift up the engine hood.
located on the outboard
side of the
driver’s side of the instrument panel.
This will disengage the engine hood
lock halfway.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
To close the engine hood:
1) Lift the hood up slightly and remove the
WARNING
prop rod from the hole (5). Put the prop
Make sure the hood is fully closed
rod back to the holding clip (4).
(5)
and latched before driving. If it is not,
2) Lower the hood close to the bumper,
it can fly up unexpectedly during
then let it drop down. Make sure the
(3)
driving, obstructing your view and
hood is securely latched after closing.
resulting in an accident.
(4)
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3) Continue to lift up the hood until it is
high enough to support with the prop
rod (3).
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Sun Visor
CAUTION
CAUTION
When unhooking and hooking a sun
Do not leave cards or similar plastic
visor, be sure to handle it by the hard
objects in the ticket holder when
(1)
(2)
plastic parts or the sun visor can be
parking under the sun. The cabin
damaged.
temperature may rise high enough to
cause the plastic objects to crack or
Both the driver’s and passenger’s sun
deform.
visors have a ticket holder on the side fac-
ing the interior when they are pulled down.
The ticket holder is on the vanity mirror
cover.
(3)
(4)
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(1) Hook
(2) Vanity mirror cover
(3) Ticket holder
(4) Extension
The sun visors can be pulled down to block
glare coming through the windshield, or
they can be unhooked and turned to the
side to block glare coming through the side
window.
The extension (4) can be drawn out to
block glare widely.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Interior Light Switch
ON (1)
The light comes on and stays on regard-
EXAMPLE
Front
less of whether the door is open or closed.
DOOR (2)
(3)
(1)
The light comes on when the door is
(2)
opened. After closing all doors, the light
will remain on for about 15 seconds and
then fade out. If you press the engine
switch to change the ignition mode to
“ACC” or “ON” during this time, the light will
start to fade out immediately. If you change
the ignition mode to
“LOCK” (OFF) by
pressing the engine switch, the light will
remain on for about 15 seconds and then
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go out.
NOTE:
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OFF (3)
The number of doors involved in the light-
Rear
The light remains off even when the door is
ing operation of the interior light depends
opened.
on the vehicle specification. If there is a
switch
(rubber projection) at the door
(3)
(1)
NOTE:
(2)
opening as shown, the door is involved in
If the rear interior light switch is set to
the lighting operation. The trunk lid is not
“DOOR”, the light is turned on or off at the
involved in this operation.
same time the front interior light is turned
on or off.
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The interior light switch has three posi-
tions, which functions as described below.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Courtesy Lights
Footwell Lights
Trunk Light
(1)
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57L51024
57L50019
Each front door has a courtesy light (1) on
A footwell light is provided in the leg space
When you open the trunk lid, the trunk light
its inside bottom. It lights automatically
in front of each front seat. When a front
comes on and remains on as long as you
when the door is opened.
door is opened, the footwell light on the
keep the lid open.
same side lights automatically.
CAUTION
Do not leave the trunk lid open for a
long time, or the battery will dis-
charge.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Spot Light
Accessory Socket
The accessory socket will work when the
ignition mode is changed to “ACC” or “ON”
Lidded Instrument Panel Box
by pressing the engine switch.
(1)
12-volt accessory sockets are located both
on the center console and on the lidded
instrument panel box.
Each socket can be used to provide 12
volt/120 watt power for electrical accesso-
ries when used alone. Make sure that the
cap remains on the socket when the socket
is not in use.
CAUTION
To prevent the fuse from being
blown, when using sockets at the
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same time, do not exceed the total
Push the switch (1) to turn on the light and
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combined power capacity of 120
push it again to turn off the light.
watts.
Center Console Box
Use of inappropriate electrical
accessories can cause damage to
your vehicle’s electrical system.
Make sure that any electrical acces-
sories you use are designed to
plug into this type of socket.
When an electric device is con-
nected to the accessory socket,
close the lid carefully so as not to
damage the device or lid.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Universal Serial Bus (USB) Socket
Cigarette Lighter (if equipped)
CAUTION
To avoid damage to the cigarette
lighter socket, do not use it as an
accessory power source. Some
accessories’ power plug can damage
the inner mechanism of the cigarette
lighter socket.
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57L51068
Connect your portable digital music player,
The cigarette lighter will work when you
etc. to this socket to enjoy music through
press the engine switch to change the igni-
the vehicle’s audio system using it as a
tion mode to “ACC” or “ON”.
source. Refer to “Audio Systems” in the
To use the cigarette lighter, push it all the
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way into the receptacle and release it. It
section.
will automatically heat up and will pop out
to its normal position when it is ready for
CAUTION
use.
If you close the lid of the lidded
instrument panel box with a device
CAUTION
still connected to the USB socket, the
Holding the cigarette lighter in can
equipment and the socket may be
overheat and damage the lighter.
damaged.
Release the lighter after you push it
in.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Ashtray (if equipped)
Assist Grips
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54G249
You can fit the ashtray into any of the cup
CAUTION
Assist grips are provided for convenience.
holders on the center console.
When fitting the ashtray into a cup
holder on the center console, orient it
CAUTION
WARNING
as shown in the illustration. Doing
To avoid damaging the assist grip
Make sure tobacco is fully extin-
otherwise may damage the ashtray
and the molded roof lining, do not
guished before closing the ashtrays.
and/or the center console.
hang down the assist grip.
Never throw waste in the ashtrays: it
could create a fire hazard.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Coat Hooks
Sunroof (if equipped)
You can tilt or slide the sunroof by operat-
ing the “TILT” part of the sunroof switch or
the “SLIDE” part of the sunroof switch after
pressing the engine switch to change the
ignition mode to “ON”.
There is a system to prevent being pinched
(2)
by the sunroof.
When the system senses that something is
pinched when the sunroof is sliding for-
ward, the sunroof will automatically reverse
(1)
direction and slide rearward. This system
will operate when the sunroof is closing
automatically. This system does not oper-
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ate when tilting the sunroof down.
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To tilt the sunroof up, slide the sun shade
Make sure there are no hands or other
rearward by hand and push the “TILT UP”
You can hang clothing on the coat hooks.
obstructions in the path of the sunroof
part (1) of the sunroof switch. To tilt the
These hooks are not designed for large or
when you close the sunroof even though
sunroof down, push the “SLIDE OPEN”
heavy items.
there is a system to prevent being pinched
part (2) of the sunroof switch.
by the sunroof.
If you push the switch for more than a sec-
WARNING
ond, the sunroof will automatically tilt up or
Your vehicle is equipped with side
WARNING
down fully. To stop the sunroof halfway,
curtain air bags, do not hang sharp
push the switch briefly.
items like a hanger on the coat hook.
• The system to prevent being
pinched by the sunroof does not
When hanging the clothes, hang it on
hook without using a hanger.
work in the area where the sunroof
is almost completely closed.
• The system to prevent being
pinched by the sunroof may not
work if the battery is not suffi-
ciently charged.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
How to reactivate the system to prevent
being pinched by the sunroof
When you disconnect the negative (-) ter-
minal from the battery or change the fuses,
the features below will not operate.
• The system to prevent being pinched by
the sliding sunroof.
(2)
• The system to automatically open or
close the sunroof fully.
In this case, you must reactivate the fea-
(1)
tures using the following procedures.
1) Press the engine switch to change the
ignition mode to “ON”.
2) Push and hold the “TILT UP” part (1) of
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the sunroof switch, the sunroof will tilt
To slide the sunroof rearward, push the
The sun shade will open manually and
up fully and then down slightly. After the
“SLIDE OPEN” part (2) of the sunroof
cannot be closed when the sunroof is slid
movement stops completely, release
switch. To slide the sunroof forward, push
rearward.
the switch. The features are reacti-
the
“TILT UP” part
(1) of the sunroof
vated.
switch.
3) Make sure you can open or close the
If you push the switch for more than a sec-
sunroof automatically by pushing the
ond, the sunroof will automatically slide
sunroof switch for more than about a
fully rearward or forward. To stop the sun-
second.
roof halfway, push the switch briefly.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Glove Box
CAUTION
Do not put your body weight on the
roof around the sunroof such as by
(1)
sitting on it.
• Be sure to close the sunroof when you
leave the vehicle unattended.
• Periodically inspect the guide rail for dirt
and clean it if any dirt has accumulated.
(2)
(3)
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WARNING
(2) Unlock
Never allow any part of your body
(3) Lock
such as hands or head to get out of
the sunroof opening while the vehi-
To open the glove box, pull the latch lever
cle is moving.
(1). To close it, push the lid until it latches
Be sure there are no hands or other
securely.
obstructions in the path of the sun-
To lock the glove box, insert the key
roof when you close the sunroof.
attached to your keyless start system
Always take the keyless start sys-
remote controller into the lock, turn the key
tem remote controller with you
fully clockwise, and pull it out of the lock in
when leaving the vehicle even if
this position.
only for a short time. Also do not
leave children alone in a parked
WARNING
vehicle. Unattended children could
Never drive with the glove box lid
use the sunroof switches and get
open. It could cause injury if an acci-
trapped by the sunroof.
dent occurs.
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