Suzuki Grand Vitara SQ416/SQ420/420WD

since 1998 of release

Repair and car operation



Suzuki Grandee of Wetar
+ General information
+ Maintenance and greasing
+ Heater, ventilation and conditioner
+ Steering
+ Suspension bracket
+ Wheels and tires
+ Forward driving shaft/bearing of a shaft. Oil epiploon
+ Driveshafts
- Brake system
   - Brakes
      General description
      + Diagnostics
      Diagnostic table
      - Check and adjustment
         Stravlivaniye of air from brakes
         Check of free height of the brake lever
         Adjustment of the light switch of brakes
         Check it is superfluous a pedal course
         Check of a free wheeling of the brake lever
         Check of level of brake liquid
         Check of a brake hose and highway
         Check of the main cylinder
         Check of a brake disk
         Check of a brake shoe
         Check of a brake boot
         Check and adjustment of the parking brake
         Washing of hydraulic system of brakes
         Check of pressure of liquid (if the car is equipped with LSPV)
         Check of operation of the brake amplifier
      Specifications - an inhaling torque
      Necessary materials for service
      Special tool
   + Brake highway/hose / main cylinder of a brake
   + Forward brakes
   + Parking and back brake
   + Anti-blocking brake system (ABS)
+ Engines
+ Fuel system
+ ignition System
+ start System
+ release System
+ Transmissions
+ Coupling
+ Transfer
+ Forward and back differentials
+ Windows, mirrors, locks and security measures. Immobilizer
+ Electric equipment





Check of level of brake liquid

Surely use only those brake liquids which or are specified on a tank cover in this vehicle or are recommended in the user's guide delivered together with this vehicle. Use of any other liquid is strictly forbidden. Liquid level in a tank should be between the MIN and MAX lines on a tank.

 PERFORMANCE ORDER

  1. If when driving the lamp of the alarm system from time to time lights up, fill up liquid level to the MAX line.
  1. When liquid level quickly decreases, examine brake system, whether there is no leak. Eliminate leaks, and then again fill a tank to the specified level.

Do not use amortizatorny liquid or any other liquid containing mineral oil. Do not use canister which were used earlier for mineral oil or wet canisters from water.

Mineral oil can become the reason of swelling and loss of a form of rubber elements of hydraulic brake system, and the water mixed with brake liquid, will lower a liquid boiling point. Hold all canisters for liquid closed to avoid possibility of pollution of liquid.