The device, service, Suzuki Grand Vitara SQ416/SQ420/420WD repair - the Wire of a high voltage//Suzuki the Grandee of Wetar since 1998 /

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
+ Engines
+ Fuel system
- Ignition system
   - Ignition system for the G16 engine
      + General description
      + Diagnostics
      - Vehicle service
         Check of a spark of ignition
         Check of time of an advancing of ignition
         Wire of a high voltage
         Assembly of the coil of ignition (igniter and ignition coil)
         Spark plug
         The resistor an ignition advancing (if it is established)
         CMP sensor
         Reducer
      Specification, inhaling torque
      Special tool
   + ignition System for the J20 engine
+ start System
+ release System
+ Transmissions
+ Coupling
+ Transfer
+ Forward and back differentials
+ Windows, mirrors, locks and security measures. Immobilizer
+ Electric equipment





Wire of a high voltage

Removal

 PERFORMANCE ORDER

  1. Remove a wire of a high voltage (2) from the coil of ignition (1), holding its cap.
  1. Extend a wire of a high voltage (2) of a spark plug, holding its cap.
  • Removal of wires of a high voltage together with clips can damage wires inside (a wire of high resistance).
  • For the same reason, disconnect wires, holding for a cap.

Survey

 PERFORMANCE ORDER

  1. Measure resistance of a wire of a high voltage, using an ohmmeter. Resistance of a wire of a high voltage: 4-10 to/m (1.2 - 3.0 to/foot).
  1. Check, whether there is no for damages, a permission and corrosion of conclusions. If result of check unsatisfactory, replace a wire (and) a high voltage.

Installation

Establish a wire of a high voltage (2) on a spark plug and the coil of ignition (1), holding its cap.


  • Never use the metal conductor of a high voltage for replacement.
  • Completely insert caps when establish wires of a high voltage.