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Suzuki Cars 2005-2010 TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) Reset Guide

 

Verona year 2005-2006

This light comes on when the tire pressure monitoring system detects that one or more of your tires is significantly under-inflated. This light will also come on for a few seconds and then go off when you turn the ignition to ON. This indicates that the tire pressure monitoring system is functioning properly.

WARNING: If the tire pressure warning light does not come on when the ignition is turned to the “ON” position, or comes on and blinks while driving there may be a problem with the tire pressure monitoring system. Have your vehicle inspected by an authorized SUZUKI dealer. If the tire pressure warning light comes on and stays on, reduce your speed and avoid abrupt steering and braking. Stop in a safe place as soon as possible and check your ties.

  • If you have a flat tire, replace it with a spare tire

  • If one or more of your ties is under-inflated, adjust the inflation pressure in all of your tires to the recommended inflation pressure as soon as possible.

Be aware that driving on a significantly under-inflated tire can cause the tire to overheat and can lead to tire failure, and may affect steering control and brake effectiveness. This could lead to an accident resulting in severe injury or death.

When the tire pressure monitoring system warning light is lit, one or more of your tires is significantly under-inflated. You should stop and check your tires as soon as possible and inflate them to the proper pressure as indicated on the vehicle’s tire information placard. Driving on a significantly under-inflated tire causes the tire to overheat and can lead to tire failure. Under-inflation also reduces fuel efficiency and tire tread life and may affect the vehicle’s handling and stopping ability. Each tire should be checked monthly when cold and set to the recommended inflation pressure as specified in the vehicle placard and the owner’s manual. If the tire pressure monitoring system warning light does not illuminate when the ignition key is turned to the “ON” position, have the system inspected by an authorized service facility.

If the warning light flashes while driving, check to see whether the warning light goes off after a few minutes of driving. If it goes off during driving, there is no problem. However, if the warning light does not go off, or if it flashes again when the vehicle is driven, have the vehicle inspected by an authorized service facility.


2005-2006 Grand Vitara, XL-7

Registration Procedure

With Special Tool

REGISTRATION PROCEDURE FOR TIRE PRESSURE SENSOR ID CODE

NOTE: Only up to 4 ID codes of the tire pressure sensor can be registered in TPMS control module. Therefore, register only ID codes of those tire pressure sensors that are installed to running wheels. If the ID code of the tire pressure sensor that is installed to any other tire than above 4 is registered to TPMS control module, TPMS control module detects an abnormality of the system when the vehicle is driven for longer than 10 minutes and makes the low tire pressure warning light to flash.

  1. Perform the following steps a) to c) within 15 seconds after the ignition switch turned ON.
  1. Press driver side door switch hand within 5 seconds after the ignition switch turned ON. Keep the switch pressed for 2 seconds.

  2. Release driver side door switch and then press driver door switch for 2 seconds or more by hand.

  3. Release driver side door switch and then press driver side door switch for 2 to 5 seconds by hand.

  1. Using special tool (09945-86510), activate each tire pressure sensor within 90 seconds. Refer to the instructions of special tools for the method of activating tire pressure sensors.

NOTE:

  • When tire pressure sensor is activated, flashing LED and beeping sound of special tool indicate an activation of the tire pressure sensor. In case the LED does not flash and beeping sound is not heard even if special tool is normal, replace the faulty tire pressure sensor.

  • When the tire pressure sensor is activated, the ID code of the tire pressure sensor is registered automatically in the TPMS control module.

  • If each ID code of 4 tire pressure sensors is not registered in the TPMS control module within 90 seconds, start all over from Step 1). Also, it is possible to check the number of ID codes of tire pressure sensors received by the TPMS control module by observing the flashing pattern of the low tire pressure warning light.

  • When the TPMS control module receives each ID code of 4 tire pressure sensors, the TPMS control module turns ON low tire pressure warning light in combination meter for 5 seconds. If low tire pressure warning light starts flashing ON and OFF after the 5 seconds, replace the TPMS control module with new one because internal fault of TPMS control module has occurred.

  1. After registration is completed, turn ignition switch to OFF position.

2007 Forenza, Reno

TPS (Tire Pressure Sensor) ID Registration Procedure

TPS is assembled on each tire to check tire air pressure. This system only turns on warning lamp regardless of TPS position even if air pressure of one tire becomes less than warning pressure. So, Id registration is not necessary in case of rotation or replacement of tires. However, Id registration is necessary when shipping vehicles, TPS is replaced due to Sensor break/failure or Low battery, or Receiver is replaced.

  1. Turn the ignition switch to ON, with engine OFF and apply the parking brake.
  2. Put receiver into TPM Learn Mode by Scan tool. Initiate the procedure by following the menu selections. If successful, should double horn chirp sound and flashing low tire indicator (MIL) will indicate Learn Mode has begun.
  3. Within 2 minutes, go to the LEFT FRONT tire. Trigger the tire sensor to send a learn message (*use any method described below). If successful, a horn chirp is heard.
  4. Repeat #3 above for the RIGHT FRONT tire.
  5. Repeat #3 above for the RIGHT REAR tire.
  6. Repeat #3 above for the LEFT REAR tire.

If successful, double horn chirp is heard and low tire indicator (MIL) will turn off.

  1. If one of the tire sensors does not program within the 2 minute interval, the system will automatically exit programming mode and steps 2 through 6 must be repeated.
  2. If air was added or removed to trigger a tire sensor learn message, then the tire pressures should be adjusted to the correct placard cold tire pressures at this time.

Methods to Trigger Tire Sensor Learn Transmission There are several ways to force a tire sensor to send a Learn message.

Delta Pressure

While the tire is stationary and when the air pressure changes rapidly by at least 1.2 psi, the sensor will transmit a Learn Mode-Pressure Triggered message. Inflating or deflating the tire until a horn chirp is heard will ensure that the learn happened.

SPX TPMS tool (SPX p/n J.46079)

Holding the tool near the tire stem will force the sensor to transmit a Learn Mode-LF Triggered message.

Aftermarket TPMS tool

Several manufacturers produce a Low Frequency (125 KHz) tool that can activate the sensors in the same way as the SPX tool.


2007 Grand Vitara, XL-7

Registration Procedure for Tire Pressure Sensor ID Code

NOTE: Only up to 4 ID codes of the tire pressure sensor can be registered in BCM. Therefore, register only ID codes of those tire pressure sensors that are installed to running wheels. If the ID code of the tire pressure sensor that is installed to any other tire than above 4 is registered to BCM, BCM detects an abnormality of the system when the vehicle is driven for longer than 10 minutes and makes the low tire pressure warning light to light up after blinks for 75 seconds.

Not using SUZUKI scan tool

  1. Confirm that all doors are closed and ignition key is out of ignition key cylinder.
  2. Open driver side door.
  3. Perform the following Steps a) to c) within 15 seconds after ignition switch turned ON.
    1. Press driver side door switch hand within 5 seconds after ignition switch turned ON. Keep the switch pressed for 2 seconds.
    2. Release driver side door switch and then press driver side door switch for 2 seconds or more by hand.
    3. Release driver side door switch and then press driver side door switch for 2 to 5 seconds by hand.
  4. Using special tool, activate each tire pressure sensor within 90 seconds. Refer to the instruction of special tool for the method of activating tire pressure sensor.

NOTE

When tire pressure sensor is to be activated, set the special tool to the same position as shown in the illustration below. If the special tool is set to other positions, there is a possibility that tire pressure sensor cannot be activated. When tire pressure sensor is activated, flashing LED and beeping sound of special tool indicate an activation of the tire pressure sensor. In case that LED does not flash and beeping sound is not heard even if special tool is normal, replace faulty tire pressure sensor. When tire pressure sensor is activated, ID code of the tire pressure sensor is registered automatically in BCM. If each ID code of 4 tire pressure sensors is not registered in BCM within 90 seconds, start all over from Step 1). Also, it is possible to check the number of ID codes of tire pressure sensors received by BCM by observing the flashing pattern of the low tire pressure warning light. When BCM receives each ID code of 4 tire pressure sensors, BCM turns ON low tire pressure warning light in combination meter for 5 seconds.

  1. After registration is completed, turn ignition switch to OFF position.

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 at driver seat side.
  3. Turn ignition switch to ON position.
  4. Select TPMS ID registration with LF tool of MISC TEST under BCM mode of SUZUKI scan tool.
  5. Activate each tire pressure sensor according to the instructions displayed on SUZUKI scan tool within 90 seconds.

NOTE:

When tire pressure sensor is to be activated, set the special tool to the same position as shown in the illustration below. If the special tool is set to other positions, there is a possibility that tire pressure sensor cannot be activated. When tire pressure sensor is activated, flashing LED and beeping sound of special tool indicate an activation of the tire pressure sensor. In case that LED does not flash and beeping sound is not heard even if special tool is normal, replace faulty tire pressure sensor. When tire pressure sensor is activated, ID code of the tire pressure sensor is registered automatically in BCM. When ID Code Registration Status indicated on SUZUKI scan tool is Complete, registration has been completed. If ¡time-out¡ is indicated, perform the registration procedure all over. Also, it is possible to check the number of ID codes of tire pressure sensors received by BCM by observing the flashing pattern of the low tire pressure warning light

  1. Turn ignition switch OFF position and then disconnect SUZUKI scan tool from DLC. When BCM receives each ID code of 4 tire pressure sensors, BCM turns ON low tire pressure warning light in combination meter for 5 seconds.

With Suzuki Scan Tool

  1. Turn ignition switch to OFF position.
  2. Connect SUZUKI scan tool to data link connector (DLC) located on underside of instrument panel at driver’s seat side.
  3. Turn ignition switch to ON position.
  4. Select “MISC TEST” under TPMS of SUZUKI scan tool.
  5. Active each tire pressure sensor according to the instructions displayed on SUZUKI scan tool within 90 seconds.
  6. Turn ignition switch OFF position and then disconnect SUZUKI scan tool from DLC.

2008-2010 All Models

The low tire pressure warning light can come on due to normal causes such as natural air leaks and pressure changes caused by changes in temperature or atmospheric pressure. Adjusting the air pressure in the tires to the pressure shown on the tire information placard should cause the low tire pressure warning light to turn off.


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