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Suzuki New CARRY 2019 User Manual

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The Suzuki New Carry is a small car for businesses that came out in 2019. It is made to be useful, flexible, and efficient for companies and people who need a small vehicle for carrying cargo or people.
The New Carry is small and practical, with a shape that makes it easy to drive and turn in cities. It has a boxy shape with a big cargo area and large rear doors that make it easy to load and unload items. The small size makes it easy to get around on city streets and park in small spaces. The New Carry has a simple and useful plan inside the cabin. It has comfortable seats for the driver and guests, and there are plenty of places to put personal items. The driver’s area is made with ergonomics in mind, so buttons are easy to reach and you can see well. This makes driving more comfortable and safe.

When it comes to speed, the New Carry has a small-displacement engine that works well and is dependable. It is made to get good gas mileage, which makes it a good choice for businesses that need to move things or services often and want to save money. Even though the New Carry is small, safety is also a top priority. It has safety measures like airbags, anti-lock brakes (ABS), and stability control to protect the driver and passengers on the road.

Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Floor Mats, Seats, and Seat Belts User Manual

Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Floor Mats, Seats and Seat Belts User Manual

Floor Mats (if equipped)Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Floor Mats, Seats and Seat Belts User Manual 01

To prevent the driver’s side floor mat from sliding forward and possibly interfering with the operation of the pedals, genuine SUZUKI floor mats are recommended. Whenever you put the driver’s side floor mat back in the vehicle after it has been removed, be sure to hook the floor mat grommets to the fasteners and position the floor mat properly in the footwell.
When you replace the floor mats in your vehicle with a different type such as all-weather floor mats, we highly recommend using genuine SUZUKI floor mats for proper fitting.

WARNING
Failure to take the following precautions may result in the driver’s side floor mat interfering with the pedals and causing a loss of vehicle control or an accident.

  1. Make sure that the floor mat grommets are hooked to the fasteners.
  2. Never stack floor mats.
  3. Never use a floor mat that does not fit the floor contours.

WARNING
Do not leave cigarette lighters or spray cans on the floor. If a cigarette lighter or spray can is on the floor, it may light accidentally when luggage or objects are loaded on the floor, causing a fire.

Seats

Seat Adjustment (Driver’s seat)
Never attempt to adjust the driver’s seat while driving. The seat could move unexpectedly, causing loss of control. Make sure that the driver’s seat are properly adjusted before you start driving.
To avoid excessive seat belt slack, which reduces the effectiveness of the seat belts as a safety device, make sure that the seats are adjusted before the seat belts are fastened.

Adjusting Seat Position

Left-hand drive vehicleSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Floor Mats, Seats and Seat Belts User Manual 02

Right hand drive vehicleSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Floor Mats, Seats and Seat Belts User Manual 03

Pull the lever (1) up and slide the seat. After adjustment, try to move the seat forward and rearward to ensure that it is securely latched.

Seat BeltsSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Floor Mats, Seats and Seat Belts User Manual 04

WARNING
Wear Your Seat Belts at All Times.
An airbag supplements, or adds to, the frontal collision protection offered by seat belts. The driver and all passengers must be properly restrained by wearing seat belts at all times, whether or not an airbag is mounted at their seating position, to minimize the risk of severe injury or death in the event of a collision.
Do not modify, remove, disassemble seat belts. Doing so may pre-vent them from functioning properly and cause the risk of severe injury or death in the event of a collision.Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Floor Mats, Seats and Seat Belts User Manual 05

WARNING
The seating capacity of this vehicle is only 2 person. Never allow person to ride on the area without seat belt when driving.
In the event of an accident, there is great risk of severe injury or death.Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Floor Mats, Seats and Seat Belts User Manual 06

WARNING
Never allow persons to ride in the cargo area of a vehicle. In the event of an accident, there is a much greater risk of injury for persons who are not riding in a seat with their seat belt securely fastened.

Seat belts should always be adjusted as follows:

    • The lap portion of the belt should be worn low across the pelvis, not across the waist.
    • The shoulder straps should be worn on the outside shoulder only, and never under the arm.
    • The shoulder straps should be away from your face and neck, but not falling off your shoulder.
  • Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Floor Mats, Seats and Seat Belts User Manual 7
  • Seat belts should never be worn with the straps twisted and should be adjusted as tightly as is comfortable to provide the protection for which they have been designed. A slack belt will provide less protection than one which is snug.

Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Floor Mats, Seats User Manual 8

  • Pregnant women should use seat belts, although specific recommendations about driving should be made by the woman’s medical advisor. Remember that the lap portion of the belt should be worn as low as possible across the hips, as shown in the diagram.
  • Do not wear your seat belt over hard or breakable objects in your pockets or on your clothing. If an accident occurs, objects such as glasses, pens, etc. under the seat belt can cause injury.
  • Never use the same seat belt on more than one occupant and never attach a seat belt over an infant or child being held on an occupant’s lap. Such seat belt use could cause serious injury in the event of an accident.
    Periodically inspect seat belt assemblies for excessive wear and damage. Seat belts should be replaced if webbing becomes frayed, contaminated, or damaged in any way. It is essential to replace the entire seat belt assembly after it has been worn in a severe impact, even if damage to the assembly is not obvious.
    For children, if the shoulder belt irritates the neck or face, move the child closer to the center of the vehicle.
    Avoid contamination of seat belt webbing by polishes, oils, chemicals, and particularly battery acid. Cleaning may safely be carried out using mild soap and water.
  • Do not insert any items such as coins, clips, etc. into the seat belt buckles, and be careful not to spill liquids into these parts. If foreign materials get into a seat belt buckle, the seat belt may not work properly.
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  • Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Emergency Locking Retractor User Manual

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  • Emergency Locking RetractorSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Emergency Locking Retractor User Manual 01

    To fasten the seat belt, sit up straight and well back in the seat, pull the latch plate attached to the seat belt across your body and press it straight into the buckle until you hear a “click”.Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Emergency Locking Retractor User Manual 02To tighten the belt, pull the free end of the belt (1) across alongside the lap strap.Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Emergency Locking Retractor User Manual 03To lengthen, release the latch plate from the buckle, turn the belt inside out and then pull the belt (2) to the direction of the arrow. The latch plate should be then refit-ted into the buckle and the belt tightened as previously described.Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Emergency Locking Retractor User Manual 04

    To unfasten the seat belt, push the button on the buckle. Stowing driver’s and passenger’s seat beltSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Emergency Locking Retractor User Manual 05

    To stow the seat belt, hook the latch plate (1) to the hanger (2) of the seat belt.

    Seat Belts (for Vehicles with Emergency Locking Retractor (ELR))

    Emergency locking retractor (ELR) The seat belt has an emergency locking retractor (ELR), which is designed to lock the seat belt only during a sudden stop or impact. It also may lock if you pull the belt across your body very quickly. If this hap-pens, let the belt go back to unlock it, and then pull the belt across your body more slowly.

    Safety reminderSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Emergency Locking Retractor User Manual 06Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Emergency Locking Retractor User Manual 07

    To reduce the risk of sliding under the belt during a collision, position the lap portion of the belt across your lap as low on your hips as possible and adjust it to a snug fit by pulling the shoulder portion of the belt upward through the latch plate. The length of the diagonal shoulder strap adjusts itself to allow freedom of movement.Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Emergency Locking Retractor User Manual 09

    To fasten the seat belt, sit up straight and well back in the seat, pull the latch plate attached to the seat belt across your body and press it straight into the buckle until you hear a “click”.Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Emergency Locking Retractor User Manual 09To unfasten the seat belt, push the button on the buckle and retract the belt slowly while attaching a hand to the belt and/or the latch plate.

    Driver’s Seat Belt Reminder Light (if equipped)Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Emergency Locking Retractor User Manual 10

    When the driver does not fasten his or her seat belt, the seat belt reminder light will come on or brink and a buzzer will sound to remind the driver to fasten his or her seat belt. For more details, refer to the explanation below. If the driver’s seat belt remains unbuckled when the ignition switch is turned “ON”, the reminder works as follows:

    1. The driver’s seat belt reminder light will come on.
    2. After the vehicle’s speed has reached about 15 km/h (10 mph), the driver’s seat belt reminder light will blink and a buzzer will sound for about 95 seconds.
    3. After step 2) has finished, the reminder light will remain on until the driver’s seat belt is buckled.

    If the driver has buckled his or her seat belt and later unbuckled the seat belt, the reminder system will be activated from step 1) or step 2) according to the vehicle’s speed. When the vehicle’s speed is below about 15 km/h (10 mph), the remainder will start from step 1). When the vehicle’s speed is above about 15 km/h (10 mph), the reminder will start from step 2). The reminder will be automatically canceled when the driver’s seat belt is buckled or the ignition switch is turned off.

    WARNING
    It is absolutely essential that the driver fasten his or her seat belts at all times. Persons who are not fastening seat belts have a much greater risk of injury if an accident occurs. Make a regular habit of buckling your seat belt before putting the key in the ignition.

    Seat Belt Inspection

    For vehicles without emergency locking retractor (ELR)Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Emergency Locking Retractor User Manual 11

    For vehicles with emergency locking retractor (ELR)Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Emergency Locking Retractor User Manual 11
    Periodically inspect the seat belts to make sure they work properly and are not damaged. Check the webbing, buckles, latch plates, retractors (for vehicles with emergency locking retractors (ELR)), anchor-ages, and guide loops. Replace any seat belts which do not work properly or are damaged.

    WARNING
    Inspect all seat belt assemblies after any collision. Any seat belt assembly which was in use during a collision (other than a very minor one) should be replaced, even if damage to the assembly is not obvious.

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  • Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Supplemental Restraint System User Manual

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  • Supplemental Restraint System

    Supplemental Restraint System (Airbags) (if equipped)

    WARNING
    This section describes the protection provided by your SUZUKI vehicle’s supplemental restraint system (airbags). Read and follow all instructions carefully to minimize your risk of severe injury or death in the event of a collision. Your vehicle is equipped with a supplemental restraint system consisting of the following components in addition to a lap-shoulder belt at each front seating position.Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Supplemental Restraint System User Manual 01

    1. Forward collision sensor
    2. Driver’s front airbag module
    3. Passenger’s front airbag module
    4. Airbag controller

    WARNING
    An airbag supplements or adds to the collision protection offered by seat belts. The driver and all passengers must be properly restrained by fastening seat belts at all times, whether or not an airbag is mounted at their seating position, to minimize the risk of severe injury or death in the event of a collision.

    AIRBAG lightSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Supplemental Restraint System User Manual 02

    If the AIRBAG light on the instrument cluster does not blink or come on when the ignition switch is first turned to the “ON” position, or the AIRBAG light stays on, or comes on while driving, the airbag system may not work properly. Have the airbag system inspected by a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop as soon as possible.

    Front AirbagsSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Supplemental Restraint System User Manual 03

    Front airbag is designed to inflate in severe frontal collisions when the ignition switch is in the “ON” position. The front airbag is not designed to inflate in rear impacts, side impacts, rollovers or minor frontal collisions, since they would offer no protection in those types of accidents. Remember, since an airbag deploys only one time during an accident, seat belts are needed to restrain occupants from further movements during the accident. Therefore, an airbag is not a substitute for seat belts. To maximize your protection, always fasten your seat belts. Be aware that no system can prevent all possible injuries that may occur in an accident.

    Driver’s front airbagSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Supplemental Restraint System User Manual 01

    The driver’s front airbag is located behind the center pad of the steering wheel and the passenger’s front airbag is located behind the passenger’s side of the instru-ment panel.
    The words “SRS AIRBAG” are molded into the airbag covers to identify the location of the airbags.

    WARNING
    If the airbag stored place is damaged or cracked, the airbag system may not work properly, which could result in serious injury in the event of a col-lision. Have your vehicle inspected by a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop.

    Front airbags deploy (inflate)Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Supplemental Restraint System User Manual 15

    • Frontal collision with a fixed wall that does not move or deform at more than about 25 km/h (15 mph)Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Supplemental Restraint System User Manual 07
    • The strong impact is equivalent to a frontal collision such as above at left and right angles of about 30 degrees (1) or less from the front of your vehicle.
    • Front airbags may inflate
      Receiving a strong impact to the lower body of your vehicle, the front airbags may inflate. Hitting a curb or medial strip.Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Supplemental Restraint System User Manual 06
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Suzuki New CARRY 2019 How the System Works User Manual

Suzuki New CARRY 2019 How the System Works User Manual

How the System Works

In a frontal collision, the collision sensors will detect rapid deceleration, and if the controller judges that the deceleration rep-resents a severe frontal collision, the controller will trigger the inflators. The inflators inflate the appropriate airbags with nitro-gen or argon gas. The inflated airbags pro-vide a cushion for your head and upper body. The airbag inflates and deflates so quickly that you may not even realize that it has activated. The airbag will neither hinder your view nor make it harder to exit the vehicle.

Airbags must inflate quickly and forcefully in order to reduce the chance of serious or fatal injuries. However, an unavoidable consequence of the quick inflation is that the airbag may irritate bare skin, such as the facial area against a front airbag. Wash off any residue as soon as possible to pre-vent skin irritation. Also, upon inflation, a loud noise will occur and some powder and smoke will be released. These conditions are not harmful and do not indicate a fire in the vehicle. Be aware, however, that some airbag components may be hot for a while after inflation.
A seat belt helps keep you in the proper position for maximum protection when an airbag inflates. Adjust your seat as far back as possible while still maintaining control of the vehicle. Sit fully back in your seat; sit up straight; do not lean over the steering wheel or instrument panel. Please refer to the “Seat Adjustment (Driver’s seat)” and “Seat Belts (for Vehicles with Emergency Locking Retractor (ELR))” section for details on proper seat and seat belt adjustments.Suzuki New CARRY 2019 How the System Works Manual 01

WARNING
The driver should not lean over the steering wheel. The front passenger should not rest his or her body against the instrument panel, or otherwise get too close to the instrument panel. In these situations, the out-of-position occupant would be too close to an inflating airbag and may suffer severe injury.

  • Do not attach any objects to, or place any objects over, the steering wheel or instrument panel. Do not place any objects between the airbag and the driver or front passenger. These objects may interfere with airbag operation or may be propelled by the airbag in the event of a collision. Also, these objects may move when you start moving the vehicle or while the vehicle is moving, they may interfere with the driver’s view or safe driving. In each condition may cause severe injury.
  • Do not strike or apply significant levels of impact to the airbag component areas. It can cause the airbags to malfunction.
  • Do not modify the system in any way including replacing the steering wheel, placing stickers on the steering wheel pad, painting the steering wheel, or covering the steering wheel with a cover.
  • Do not place stickers on or paint the instrument panel. Do not install and set up accessories, air fresheners, ETC readers, or portable navigation systems. Do not stand umbrellas or similar in front of airbags.
  • Excluding genuine SUZUKI parts, do not attach accessories to the front windshield or the rearview mirror.

Note that even though your vehicle may be moderately damaged in a collision, the collision may not have been severe enough to trigger the airbags to inflate. If your vehicle sustains any front-end or side damage, have the airbag system inspected by a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop to ensure it is in proper working order.
Your vehicle is equipped with a diagnostic module that records information about the airbag system if the airbags deploy in a collision. The module records information about the overall system status, which sensors activated the deployment, and for a certain vehicle only, whether the driver’s seat belt was in use.

Servicing the airbag system
If the airbags inflate, have the airbags and related components replaced by a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop as soon as possible.
If your vehicle ever gets in deep water and the driver’s floor is submerged, the airbag controller could be damaged. If this happens, have the airbag system inspected by the SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop as soon as possible.
Special procedures are required for servicing or replacing an airbag. For that reason, only a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop should be allowed to service or replace your airbags. Please remind anyone who services your SUZUKI vehicle that it has airbags.
Service on or around airbag components or wiring must be performed only by a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop. Improper service could result in unintended airbag deployment or could render the airbag inoperative. Either of these two conditions may result in severe injury.

To prevent damage or unintended inflation of the airbag system, be sure the battery is disconnected and the ignition switch has been in the “LOCK” position for at least 90 seconds before performing any electrical service work on your SUZUKI vehicle. Do not touch airbag system components or wires. The wires are wrapped with yellow tape or yellow tubing, and the couplers are yellow for easy identification.
Scrapping a vehicle that has an uninflated airbag can be hazardous. Ask your dealer, body repair shop or scrap yard for help with disposal.

Exhaust Gas WarningSuzuki New CARRY 2019 How the System Works Manual 02

WARNING
Avoid breathing exhaust gases. Exhaust gases contain carbon monoxide, a potentially lethal gas that is colorless and odorless. Since carbon monoxide is difficult to detect by itself, be sure to take the following precautions to help prevent carbon monoxide from entering your vehicle.

  • Do not leave the engine running in garages or other confined areas.
  • Do not park with the engine running for a long period of time, even in an open area. For a left-hand drive vehicle with an air conditioning system, if it is necessary to sit for a short time in a parked vehicle with the engine running, make sure the air intake selector is set to FRESH AIR and the blower is at high speed.
    For left-hand drive vehicles with an air conditioning system, To allow the proper operation of your vehicle’s ventilation system, keep the air inlet grille in front of the windshield clear of snow, leaves or other obstructions at all times.
    Keep the exhaust tailpipe area clear of snow and other material to help reduce the buildup of exhaust gases under the vehicle. This is particularly important when parked in blizzard conditions.
    Have the exhaust system inspected periodically for damage and leaks. Any damage or leaks should be repaired immediately.
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Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Keys, Tailgate and Side Gate User Manual

Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Keys, Tailgate and Side Gate User Manual

  • Keys, Tailgate, and Side Gate

    KeysSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Keys, Tailgate and Side Gate User Manual 01

    Your vehicle comes with a pair of identical keys. Keep the spare key in a safe place. One key can open all of the locks on the vehicle.
    The key identification number is stamped on a metal tag provided with the keys or on the keys. Keep the tag (if equipped) in a safe place. If you lose your keys, you will need this number to have new keys made. Write the number below for your future reference.

    KEY NUMBER:

    Immobilizer System

    This system is designed to help prevent vehicle theft by electronically disabling the engine starting system.
    The engine can be started only with your vehicle’s original immobilizer ignition key, which has an electronic identification code programmed in it. The key communicates the identification code to the vehicle when the ignition switch is turned “ON”. If you need to make spare keys, see a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop. The vehicle must be programmed with the correct identification code for the spare. A key made by an ordinary locksmith will not work.Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Keys, Tailgate and Side Gate User Manual 02

    If the immobilizer system warning light blinks when the ignition switch is in the “ON” position, the engine will not start.
    If this light blinks, turn the ignition switch to the “LOCK” position, and then turn it back to the “ON” position.
    If the light still blinks after the ignition switch is turned back to the “ON” position, there may be something wrong with your key or with the immobilizer system. Ask a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop to have the system inspected.

    NOTE:

    • If you lose your immobilizer ignition key, ask a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop as soon as possible to deactivate the lost one and to make a new key.
    • If you own other vehicles with immobilizer keys, keep those keys away from the ignition switch when using your SUZUKI vehicle. Otherwise, the engine may not be started because they may interfere with your SUZUKI vehicle’s immobilizer system.
    • If you attach any metal objects to the immobilizer key, it may not start the engine.

    NOTICE
    The immobilizer key is a sensitive electronic instrument.

    To avoid damaging it:

    1. Do not expose it to impacts, moisture or high temperature such as on the instrument panel under direct sunlight.
    2. Keep it away from magnetic objects.
    3. Do not modify or remove the immobilizer system.
      If modified or removed, the system cannot be properly operated.
    4. This immobilizer system is maintenance-free.

    Door Locks

    Side Door Locks

    Left-hand drive vehicleSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Keys, Tailgate and Side Gate User Manual 03

    For driver’s door

    1. UNLOCK
    2. LOCK
    3. Backward
    4. Forward

    For the passenger’s door

    1. LOCK
    2. UNLOCK
    3. Forward
    4. BackwardSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Keys, Tailgate and Side Gate User Manual 04
    5. LOCK
    6. UNLOCK

    To lock a door from outside the vehicle:

    • Insert the key and turn the top of the key backward of the vehicle.
      Push the lock knob down, then pull and hold the door handle as you close the door.
      To unlock a door from outside the vehicle, insert the key and turn the top of the key forward of the vehicle.

    Right-hand drive vehicle Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Keys, Tailgate and Side Gate User Manual 05

    For driver’s door

    1. LOCK
    2. UNLOCK
    3. Forward
    4. Backward

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  • Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Windows and Instrument Cluster User Manual

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  • WindowsSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Windows and Instrument Cluster User Manual 02

    Raise or lower the door windows by turning the handle located on the door panel.

    MirrorsSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Windows and Instrument Cluster User Manual 03

    Inside Rearview Mirror

    You can adjust the inside rearview mirror by hand so as to see the rear of your vehicle in the mirror.

    Outside Rearview MirrorsSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Windows and Instrument Cluster User Manual 04

    You can adjust the outside rearview mirrors by hand so as to see the sides of your vehicle in the mirrors.

    NOTE:
    Be careful when judging the size or distance of a vehicle or other object seen in the side convex mirror. Be aware that objects look smaller and appear farther away than when seen in a flat mirror.

    Instrument Cluster

    1. Warning and indicator lights
    2. Speedometer
    3. Trip meter selector knob
    4. Information display

    Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Windows and Instrument Cluster User Manual 05

    Warning and Indicator Lights

    Low Tyre Pressure Warning Light (if equipped)Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Windows and Instrument Cluster User Manual 06

    As an added fuel efficiency feature, your vehicle is equipped with a tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS) that uses a low tyre pressure warning light to inform you when one or more of your tyres is significantly under-inflated. When the ignition switch is turned “ON”, this light comes on briefly so you can check that the light is working.

    When the low tyre pressure warning light is lit, one or more of your tyres is significantly under-inflated. You should stop and check your tyres as soon as possible, and inflate them to the proper pressure as indicated on the vehicle’s tyre information placard. Driving on a significantly under-inflated tyre causes the tyre to overheat and can lead to tyre failure. Under-inflation also reduces fuel efficiency and tyre tread life, and may affect the vehicle’s handling and stopping ability. Each tyre, including the spare, should be checked at least once a month when cold and set to the recommended inflation pressure as specified in the vehicle placard.
    The low tyre pressure warning light is also used to inform you of a TPMS malfunction. When the system detects a malfunction, this light will blink for about 75 seconds and then remain continuously illuminated. This sequence will be repeated after the ignition switch is turned “ON” as long as the malfunction exists.

    NOTE:
    The low tyre pressure warning light may not come on immediately if you have a sudden loss of air pressure.

    WARNING
    Failure to take corrective action when the low tyre pressure warning light is not working or when it comes on and blinks while driving can lead to an accident.
    If the low tyre pressure warning light does not come on for 2 seconds after the ignition switch is turned “ON”, or the light comes on and blinks while driving, have your vehicle inspected by a SUZUKI dealer. Even if the light turns off after blinking, indicating that the monitoring system has recovered, you should still have the system checked by a SUZUKI dealer.

    • The load-carrying capacity of your tyres is reduced at lower inflation pressures. If your tyres are even moderately under-inflated, the load on the tyres may exceed the load-carrying capacity of the tyres, which could lead to tyre failure. The low tyre pressure warning light will not alert you to this condition, because it only comes on when one or more of your tyres becomes significantly under-inflated. Check and adjust your tyre pressure at least once a month. Refer to “Tyres” in “INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE” section.
    • Continuing to drive with the low tyre pressure warning light on can lead to an accident, resulting in severe injury or death.
      If the low tyre pressure warning light comes on and stays on, reduce your speed and avoid abrupt steering and braking. Be aware that driving on a signifi-cantly under-inflated tyre can cause the tyre to overheat and can lead to tyre failure, and may affect steering control and brake effec-tiveness. Stop the vehicle in a safe place as soon as possible and check your tyres.

      • If you have a flat tyre, replace it with the spare tyre. Refer to “Jacking Instructions” in “EMER-GENCY SERVICE” section for the tyre replacement method. Also refer to “Replacing tyres and/or wheels” for instructions on how to restore normal operation of the TPMS after you have had a flat tyre.
      • If one or more of your tyres is under-inflated, adjust the inflation pressure of all tyres to the recommended inflation pressure as soon as possible.

    For additional details on the tyre pressure monitoring system, refer to “Tyres” in “INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE” section for information on maintaining proper tyre pressure.

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  • Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Brake System Warning Light User Manual

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  • Brake System Warning LightSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Warning and Indicator Lights User Manual 01

    Three different types of operations exist depending on the vehicle’s specification:

    1. The light comes on briefly when the ignition switch is turned “ON”.
    2. The light comes on when the parking brake is engaged with the ignition switch in the “ON” position.
    3. The light comes on under either or both of the above two conditions.
    4. The light also comes on when the fluid in the brake fluid reservoir falls below the specified level.
    5. The light should go out after starting the engine and fully releasing the parking brake, if the fluid level in the brake fluid reservoir is adequate.
    6. The light also comes on together with the ABS warning light when the rear brake force control function (proportioning valve function) of the ABS system fails.
    7. If the brake system warning light comes on while you are driving the vehicle, it may mean that there is something wrong with the vehicle’s brake system. If this happens, you should:

    Pull off the road and stop carefully.

    NOTE:
    Remember that the stopping distance may be longer, you may have to push harder on the pedal, and the pedal may go down farther than normal.

    Test the brakes by carefully starting and stopping the vehicle on the shoulder of the road.
    If you determine that it is safe, drive the vehicle cautiously at low speed or tow the vehicle to the nearest SUZUKI dealer or qualified workshop for repairs.

    WARNING
    If any of the following conditions occur, you should immediately ask a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop to inspect the brake system.

    1. If the brake system warning light does not go out after the engine has been started and the parking brake has been fully released.
    2. If the brake system warning light does not come on when the ignition switch is turned “ON”.
    3. If the brake system warning light comes on at any time during vehicle operation.

    NOTE:
    Because the brake system is self-adjusting, the fluid level will drop as the brake pads become worn. Replenishing the brake fluid reservoir is considered normal periodic maintenance.

    NOTE:
    (Parking Brake Reminder Buzzer)
    A buzzer sounds intermittent to remind you to release the parking brake if you start the vehicle without releasing the parking brake. Make sure that the parking brake is fully released and the brake system warning light is turned off.

    Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) Warning Light (if equipped)Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Warning and Indicator Lights User Manual 02

    When the ignition switch is turned “ON”, the light comes on briefly so you can check that the light is working.
    If the light stays on or comes on when driving, there may be something wrong with the ABS.

    If this happens:

    1. Pull off the road and stop carefully.
    2. Turn the ignition switch to “LOCK” and then start the engine again.

    If the warning light comes on briefly and then turns off, the system is normal. If the warning light still stays on, the system will be something wrong.

    If the light and the brake system warning light stay on or come on simultaneously when driving, your ABS system is equipped with the rear brake force control function (proportioning valve function) and there may be something wrong with both the rear brake force control function and anti-lock function of the ABS system.
    If one of the above occurs, have the system inspected by a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop.
    If the ABS becomes inoperative, the brake system will function as an ordinary brake system that does not have this ABS system.
    For details of the ABS system, refer to “Anti-lock Brake System (ABS)” in “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” section.

    Oil Pressure Warning LightSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Warning and Indicator Lights User Manual 03

    When the ignition switch is turned “ON”, this light comes on. When the engine is started, the light goes out. The light will come on and remain on if there is insufficient oil pressure. If the light comes on when driving, pull off the road as soon as you can and stop the engine.
    Check the oil level and add oil if necessary. If there is enough oil, the lubrication system should be inspected by a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop before you drive the vehicle again.

    NOTICE

    1. If you operate the engine with this light on, severe engine damage can result.
    2. Do not rely on the oil pressure warning light to indicate the need to add oil. Periodically check the engine oil level.
    3. ESP® is a registered trademark of Daimler AG.
    4. This light blinks 5 times per second when one of the following systems is activated.

    ESP® Warning Light (if equipped)Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Warning and Indicator Lights User Manual 04

    Stability control system
    Traction control system

    If this light blinks, drive carefully.
    When the ignition switch is turned “ON”, the light comes on briefly so you can check that the light is working. If the light stays on or comes on when driving, there may be something wrong with the ESP® systems (other than ABS). You should have the system inspected by a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop.
    For details of the ESP® systems, refer to “Electronic Stability Program (ESP®) (if equipped)” in the “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” section.

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  • Suzuki New CARRY 2019 ESP OFF Indicator Light User Manual

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  • ESP OFF Indicator LightSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Warning and Indicator Lights User Manual 04

    When the ignition switch is turned “ON”, this light comes on briefly so you can check that the light is working.
    When the ESP® OFF switch is pushed to turn off the ESP® systems (other than ABS), the ESP® OFF indicator light comes on and stays on.
    For details of the ESP® systems, refer to “Electronic Stability Program (ESP®) (if equipped)” in “OPERATING YOUR VEHI-CLE” section.

    NOTE:
    If the vehicle speed is greater than approximately 30 km/h (19 mph), the ESP® systems (other than ABS) will be activated automatically and the light will go out.

    Charging LightSuzuki New CARRY 2019 ESP® OFF Indicator Light 02

    When the ignition switch is turned “ON”, this light comes on. When the engine is started, the light goes out. The light will come on and remain on if there is some-thing wrong with the battery charging sys-tem. If the light comes on when the engine is running, the charging system should be inspected immediately by a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop.

    Driver’s Seat Belt Reminder Light (if equipped)Suzuki New CARRY 2019 ESP® OFF Indicator Light 03

    When the driver does not buckle his or her seat belt, this light will come on and/or blink.
    For details of the seat belt reminder, refer to “Seat Belts (for Vehicles with Emergency Locking Retractor (ELR))” in “FOR SAFE DRIVING” section.

    AIRBAG Light (if equipped)Suzuki New CARRY 2019 ESP® OFF Indicator Light 04

    When the ignition switch is turned “ON”, this light comes on for several seconds so you can check that the light is working.
    The light will come on and stay on if there is a problem in the airbag system.

    WARNING
    If the AIRBAG light does not blink or come on briefly when the ignition switch is turned “ON”, stays on for more than 10 seconds or comes on while driving, the airbag system may not work properly, which could result in serious injury in the event of a collision. Have the airbag systems inspected by a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop?

    Malfunction Indicator LightSuzuki New CARRY 2019 ESP® OFF Indicator Light 05

    Your vehicle has a computer-controlled emission control system. A malfunction indicator light is provided on the instrument cluster to indicate when it is necessary to have the emission control system serviced. When the ignition switch is turned “ON”, this light comes on. When the engine is started, the light goes out.
    If the malfunction indicator light comes on or blinks when the engine is running, there is damage in the emission control system.
    Bring the vehicle to a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop to have the damage fixed.

    CAUTION
    If this light blinks, stop your vehicle immediately in a safe place to avoid the catalyst’s melting problem since there may be a misfire in the engine.

    • Do not drive or stopover such as withered grasses.
      Drive slowly if required to move the vehicle.

    NOTICE
    Continuing to drive the vehicle when the malfunction indicator light is on or blinking can cause permanent damage to the vehicle’s emission control system, and can affect fuel economy and driveability.

    Immobilizer System Warning LightSuzuki New CARRY 2019 ESP® OFF Indicator Light 06

    When the ignition switch is turned “ON”, this light comes on briefly so you can check that the light is working.
    If this light blinks with the ignition switch is turned “ON”, there may be something wrong with the immobilizer system. Ask a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop to have the system inspected.

    Low Fuel Warning LightSuzuki New CARRY 2019 ESP® OFF Indicator Light 07

    If this light comes on, refuel the fuel tank as soon as possible.
    When this light comes on, a ding sounds once to remind you to refuel.
    If you do not refuel, a ding sounds every time when the ignition switch is turned “ON”.

    NOTE:
    The activation point of this light varies depending on road conditions (for example, slope or curve) and driving conditions because of fuel movement in the tank.

    Electric Power Steering LightSuzuki New CARRY 2019 ESP® OFF Indicator Light 08

    When the ignition switch is turned “ON”, this light comes on. When the engine is started, the light goes out.

    CAUTION
    If this light stays or comes on while driving, the power steering system may not work properly. As a result, it may require greater steering effort. Have the system inspected by a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop.

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  • Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Speedometer and Fuel Gauge User Manual

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  • SpeedometerSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Speedometer and Fuel Gauge User Manual 01

    The speedometer indicates vehicle speed.

    NOTE:
    For models of GCC countries, a buzzer will sound when the vehicle speed exceeds about 120 km/h. This buzzer does not indicate a vehicle malfunction. If you slow down to about 118 km/h, the buzzer will stop.

    Information Display

    Information display is shown when the ignition switch is turned “ON”.Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Speedometer and Fuel Gauge User Manual 02

    1. Information display
    2. Trip meter selector knob

    The information display shows the following information.

    Display (A)
    Fuel gauge

    Display (B)
    Odometer / Trip meter

    Fuel GaugeSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Speedometer and Fuel Gauge user manual 10

    When the ignition switch is in “ON” position, this gauge gives a rough indication of the amount of fuel in the fuel tank. “F” stands for full and “E” stands for empty. If the fuel meter indicator shows only one segment to “E”, refill the tank as soon as possible.

    NOTE:
    If the last segment blinks, it means that the fuel is almost empty. If the low fuel warning light (1) comes on, refill the fuel tank immediately.

    NOTE:
    The activation point of the low fuel warning light (1) varies depending on road conditions (for example, slope or curve) and driving conditions because of fuel movement in the tank. Refer to “Low Fuel Warning Light” in “Warning and Indicator Lights” in this section for details. The mark (2) indicates that the fuel filler cap is located on the right side of the vehicle

    Odometer / Trip meter / Brightness Control
    The display (B) shows one of the following indications; Odometer, trip meter A, trip meter B. To switch the display indication (B), push the trip meter selector knob (2) quickly.Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Speedometer and Fuel Gauge User Manual 03

    1. Odometer
    2. Trip meter A
    3. Trip meter B
    4. Brightness control

    The brightness control will appear when the position lights and/or headlights are on.

    WARNING
    If you attempt to adjust the display while driving, you could lose control of the vehicle, which could result in an unexpected accident. Do not attempt to adjust the display while driving.

    NOTE:

    1. Indications will change when you push and release a knob.
    2. he display shows estimated values. Indications may not be the same as actual values.

    Odometer
    The odometer records the total distance the vehicle has been driven.

    Trip meter
    The trip meter can be used to measure the distance traveled on short trips or between fuel stops. You can use trip meter A or trip meter B independently. To reset the trip meter, push and hold the trip meter selector knob (2) until the display shows 0.0.

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  • Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Lighting Control Lever User Manual

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  • Lighting Control LeverSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Lighting Control Lever User Manual 01

    WARNING
    To avoid possible injury, do not operate controls by reaching through the steering wheel.

    Lighting OperationSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Lighting Control Lever User Manual 02

    To turn the lights on or off, twist the knob on the end of the lever. There are three positions:

    OFF (1)
    All lights are off.
    (2)
    Front position lights, tail lights, license plate lights, and instrument lights are on, but the headlights are off.
    (3)
    Front position lights, tail lights, license plate lights, instrument lights, and headlights are on.Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Lighting Control Lever User Manual 03

    With the headlights on, push the lever forward to switch to the high beams (main beams) or pull the lever toward you to switch to the low beams. When the high beams (main beams) are on, a light on the instrument cluster will come on. To momentarily activate the high beams (main beams) as a passing signal, pull the lever slightly toward you and release it when you have completed the signal.

    Automatic Light Operation (if equipped)Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Lighting Control Lever User Manual 02Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Lighting Control Lever User Manual 05

    Your vehicle’s lighting system is controlled by two main systems: the lighting switch and the auto-on headlight system (when the lighting switch is in “AUTO” position).
    The two systems work together to operate your lights as shown in the following chart:

    ON: Lights ON

    LIGHT: When it is light around the light sensor (5).
    DARK: When it is dark around the light sensor (5).

     

    Lighting switch position

     

    Main lights to be operated

    The ignition switch in the “LOCK” or “ACC”

    position

    The ignition switch in the “ON” position
    LIGHT DARK LIGHT DARK
     

    OFF (1)

    Position lights, Tail lights
    Headlights
     

    AUTO (2)

    Position lights, Tail lights ON
    Headlights ON
     

    (3)

    Position lights, Tail lights ON ON ON ON
    Headlights
     

    (4)

    Position lights, Tail lights ON ON ON ON
    Headlights ON ON ON ON

    To turn the lights on or off, twist the knob on the end of the lever.

    There are four positions:

    OFF (1)
    All lights are off.

    AUTO (2)
    This function works when the ignition switch is turned “ON”. The headlights and position lights are turned on and off automatically according to the amount of outside light detected by a sensor. They go out automatically when you turn the ignition switch to the “ACC” or “LOCK” position. The light sensor (5) for sensing the amount of outside light is installed on the passenger’s seat side of the instrument panel.

    CAUTION
    If the light sensor area of the windshield is covered with mud, ice, or other similar substances, the headlights and position lights may be turned on even when it is still light outside.

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  • Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Light Switch and Windshield Wiper, Washer User Manual

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  • Rear Fog Light SwitchSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Rear Fog Light Switch and Windshield Wiper and Washer User Manual 01

    To turn the rear fog light on, twist the knob as shown in the illustration with the headlights on. When the rear fog light is on, an indicator light on the instrument cluster will come on.
    If you twist the knob to the mark of the rear fog light, the rear fog light will turn on and an indicator light on the instrument cluster will come on.

    Adjusting headlight pattern

    Headlight pattern, left-hand trafficSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Rear Fog Light Switch and Windshield Wiper and Washer User Manual 02

    Headlight pattern, right-hand trafficSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Rear Fog Light Switch and Windshield Wiper and Washer User Manual 03

    The headlight pattern must be adjusted to avoid dazzling oncoming motorists and can be set for right or left-hand traffic.
    The light pattern may not be as good. You should readjust the light pattern by masking the headlight lens.

    Left-hand drive vehicle
    To readjust the light pattern by masking the headlight lens;

    1. Copy the template as shown later in this section.
    2. Transfer the template to a self-adhesive waterproof material and cut it out.
    3. Position the cutout tape at the right distance from the center mark of the head-light lens.
      Refer to the dimensions in the following illustrations.

    Right side headlightSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Rear Fog Light Switch and Windshield Wiper and Washer User Manual 05

    1. Vertical line: approximately 10.0 mm (0.3 in.)
    2. Vertical line: approximately 20.0 mm (0.7 in.)
    3. Center mark

    Left side headlightSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Rear Fog Light Switch and Windshield Wiper and Washer User Manual 05

    1. Vertical line: approximately 10.0 mm (0.3 in.)
    2. Vertical line: approximately 20.0 mm (0.7 in.)
    3. Center mark

    Right-hand drive vehicle
    To readjust the light pattern by masking the headlight lens;

    1. Copy the template as shown later in this section.
    2. Transfer the template to a self-adhesive waterproof material and cut it out.
    3. Position the cutout tape at the left distance from the center mark of the headlight lens.
      Refer to the dimensions in the following illustrations.

    Right side headlightSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Rear Fog Light Switch and Windshield Wiper and Washer User Manual 06

    1. Vertical line: approximately 10.0 mm (0.3 in.)
    2. Vertical line: approximately 20.0 mm (0.7 in.)
    3. Center mark

    Left side headlightSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Rear Fog Light Switch and Windshield Wiper and Washer User Manual 07

    1. Vertical line: approximately 10.0 mm (0.3 in.)
    2.  Vertical line: approximately 20.0 mm (0.7 in.)
    3. Center mark

    Templates for headlightsSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Rear Fog Light Switch and Windshield Wiper and Washer User Manual 08

    • 10 mm (0.3 in.)
    • 20 mm (0.7 in.)
    • 70 mm (2.7 in.)
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  • Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Windshield Wipers User Manual

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  • Windshield Wipers

    Left-hand drive vehicleSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Windshield Wipers User Manual 01

    To turn the windshield wipers on, mov the lever down to one of the three operating positions. In “INT” position, the wipers operate intermittently. The “INT” position is very convenient for driving in mist or light rain. In “LO” position, the wipers operate at a steady low speed. In “HI” position, the wipers operate at a steady high speed. To turn off the wipers, move the lever back to “OFF” position. Move the lever up and hold it to “MIST” position, the windshield wipers will turn on continuously at low speed.

    Right-hand drive vehicleSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Windshield Wipers User Manual 02

    To turn the windshield wipers on, move the lever down to one of the two operating positions. In “LO” position, the wipers oper-ate at a steady low speed. In “HI” position, the wipers operate at a steady high speed. To turn off the wipers, move the lever back to “OFF” position. Move the lever up and hold it to “MIST” position, the windshield wipers will turn on continuously at low speed.

    Windshield WasherSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Windshield Wipers User Manual 03

    To spray windshield washer fluid, pull the lever toward you.

    NOTICE
    Do not use a radiator antifreeze solution in the windshield washer reservoir. This can severely impair visibility when sprayed on the wind-shield, and also damage your vehicle’s paint.

    NOTICE
    To help prevent damage to the windshield wiper and washer system components, you should take the following precautions:

    1. Do not continue to hold in the lever when there is no windshield washer fluid being sprayed or the washer motor can be damaged.
    2. Do not attempt to remove dirt from a dry windshield with the wipers or you can damage the windshield and the wiper blades. Always wet the windshield with washer fluid before operating the wipers.
    3. Clear ice or packed snow from the wiper blades before using the wipers.
    4. Check the washer fluid level regularly.
    5. Check it often when the weather is bad.
    6. Only fill the washer fluid reservoir 3/4 full during cold weather to allow room for expansion if the temperature falls low enough to freeze the solution.

    HornSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Windshield Wipers User Manual 04

    Press the horn button of the steering wheel to sound the horn. The horn will sound with the ignition switch in any position.

    Vehicle Loading

    Your vehicle was designed for specific weight capacities. The weight capacities of your vehicle are indicated by the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) and the Permissible maximum Axle Weight (PAW, front, and rear). The GVWR and PAW (front and rear) are listed in the “SPECIFICATIONS” section.
    GVWR – Maximum permissible overall weight of the fully-loaded vehicle (including all the occupants, accessories, and cargo plus the trailer nose weight if towing a trailer).
    PAW – (Front and Rear) Maximum permissible weight on an individual axle. The actual weight of the loaded vehicle and actual loads at the front and rear axles can only be determined by weighing the vehicle. Compare these weights to the GVWR and PAW (front and rear). If the gross vehicle weight or the load on either axle exceeds these ratings, you must remove enough weight to bring the load down to the rated capacity.

    WARNING
    Never overload your vehicle. The gross vehicle weight (sum of the weights of the vehicle, all the occupants, accessories, cargo plus trailer nose weight if towing a trailer) must never exceed the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR). In addition, never distribute a load so that the weight on either the front or rear axle exceeds the Permissible maximum Axle Weight (PAW).

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  • Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Daily Inspection Checklist User Manual

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  • Daily Inspection Checklist

    Before Driving

    1. Make sure that windows, mirrors, lights, and reflectors are clean and unobstructed.
    2. Visually check the tires for the following points:
      • The depth of the tread groove
      • Abnormal wear, cracks, and damage
      • loose wheel nuts
      • Existence of foreign materials such as nails, stones, etc.
        Refer to “Tyres” in the “INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE” section for details.
    3. Look for fluid and oil leakage.

    NOTE:
    It is normal for water to drip from the air conditioning system while and after use.

    1. Make sure the hood is fully closed and latched.
    2. Check the headlights, turn signal lights, brake lights and horn for proper operation.
    3. Check the brake pedal feeling and the adjustment condition for the parking brake lever or pedal.
      Refer to “Brakes” in the “INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE” section for details.
    4. Adjust the mirrors.
    5. Make sure that you and all passengers have properly fastened the seat belts.
    6. Make sure that all warning lights come on as the ignition switch is turned to “ON” position.
    7. Check all gauges.
    8. Make sure that the brake system warning light turns off when the parking brake is released.

    Once a week, or each time you fill your fuel tank, perform the following under-hood checks:

    1. Engine oil level
    2. Coolant level
    3. Brake fluid level
    4. Battery fluid (acid) level
    5. Windshield washer fluid level

    Once a month, or each time you fill your fuel tank, check the tire pressure using a tire pressure gauge. Also, check the tire pressure of the spare tire.

    Engine Oil Consumption

    It is normal for the engine to consume some engine oil during normal vehicle operation.
    The amount of engine oil consumption depends on the viscosity and quality of the oil and your driving conditions.
    More oil is consumed during high-speed driving and when there is frequent acceleration and deceleration. Under high loads, your engine also will consume more oil. A new engine also consumes more oil, since its pistons, piston rings, and cylinder walls have not yet become conditioned. New engines reach the normal level of oil consumption only after approximately 5000 km (3000 miles) of driving.

    Oil consumption:
    Max. 1.0 L per 1000 km
    (1 Qt. per 600 miles)

    When judging the amount of oil consumption, note that the oil may become diluted and it is difficult to judge the accurate oil level.
    As an example, if a vehicle is used for repeated short trips, and consumes a normal amount of oil, the dipstick may not show any drop in the oil level at all, even after 1000 km (600 miles) or more of driving. This is because the oil is gradually becoming diluted with fuel or moisture, making it appear that the oil level has not changed.
    You should also be aware that the diluting ingredients evaporate out when the vehicle is subsequently driven at high speeds, such as on an expressway, making it appear that oil is excessively consumed after high-speed driving.

    Ignition Switch

    WARNING
    To avoid possible injury, do not operate controls by reaching through the steering wheel.

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE

    The ignition switch has the following four positions:

    LOCK
    This is the normal parking position. It is the only position in which the key can be removed.

    You must push in the key to turn it to “LOCK” position. It locks the ignition, and prevents normal use of the steering wheel after the key is removed.
    To release the steering lock, insert the key and turn it clockwise to one of the other positions. If you have trouble turning the key to unlock the steering wheel, try turning the steering wheel slightly to the right or left while turning the key.

    ACC
    Accessories such as the radio can operate, but the engine is off.

    ON
    This is the normal operating position. All electrical systems are on.

    START
    This is the position for starting the engine using the starter motor. The key should be released from this position as soon as the engine starts.

    WARNING
    Never return the ignition switch to the “LOCK” position and remove the ignition key while the vehicle is moving. The steering wheel will lock and you will not be able to steer the vehicle.
    Always return the ignition switch to the “LOCK” position and remove the ignition key when leaving the vehicle even only for a short time. Also do not leave children alone in a parked vehicle. Unattended children may be able to start the vehicle or shift the transmission into “N” (Neutral), which could result in an accident. There is also a danger that children may injure themselves by playing with the moving features of the vehicle. In addition, heat build-up or extremely cold temperatures inside the vehicle can be fatal to children.

    • NOTICE
      For the protection of a lead-acid battery and a starter motor, do not use the starter motor by turning the key to “START” for more than 12 seconds at a time. If the engine does not start, turn the key to the “LOCK” position and wait for more than 30 seconds before trying again. If the engine does not start after several attempts, consult a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop.
      Do not leave the ignition switch in the “ON” position if the engine is not running as the battery will discharge.
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  • Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Parking Brake Lever User Manual

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  • Parking Brake LeverSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Parking Brake Lever User Manual 01

    1. To set
    2. To release
    3. To release

    The parking brake lever is located between the front seats. To set the parking brake, depress the brake pedal and pull the parking brake lever all the way up. To release the parking brake, depress the brake pedal and pull up slightly on the parking brake lever, push the button on the end of the lever with your thumb, and lower the lever to its original position.

    WARNING
    Never drive your vehicle with the parking brake on: rear brake effectiveness can be reduced from overheating, brake life may be shortened, or permanent brake damage may result.
    If the parking brake does not hold the vehicle securely or does not fully release, have your vehicle inspected immediately by a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop.

    • When parking on an uphill, turn the steering wheel so that the front wheels point to the center of the road. When parking on a downhill, turn the steering wheel so that the front wheels point to the curb. Whenever parking, make sure the gearshift lever is in 1st gear or “R” (Reverse). Remember, even though the transmission is in gear, you must set the parking brake fully.

    WARNING
    When parking the vehicle in extremely cold weather, the following procedure should be used:

    1. Set the parking brake.
    2. Turn off the engine, then shift into “R” (Reverse) or 1st gear. Get out of the vehicle and put chocks under the wheels.
    3. Release the parking brake When you return to your vehicle, you must remember to first set the parking brake, then remove the wheel chocks.

    WARNING
    Do not leave cigarette lighters, spray cans, soft drink cans or plastic articles (such as glasses, CD cases, etc.) in the sun-heated vehicles.

    The temperature inside the vehicle may cause as follows:

    1. Gas may leak from a cigarette lighter or spray can and may lead to a fire.
    2. The glasses, plastic cards or CD cases, etc. may deform or crack.
    3. Soft drink cans may fracture.

    Parking Brake Reminder Buzzer
    A buzzer sounds intermittent to remind you to release the parking brake if you start the vehicle without fully releasing the parking brake. Make sure that the parking brake is fully released and the brake system warning light is turned off.

    Pedal

    Clutch Pedal (1)
    A clutch pedal is used to disengage the driving force to the wheels when starting the engine, stopping, or shifting the gear-shift lever. Depressing the pedal disengages the clutch.

    WARNING
    Do not drive with your foot resting on the clutch pedal. It could result in excessive clutch wear, clutch dam-age, or unexpected loss of engine braking.

    Brake Pedal (2)
    Your vehicle is equipped with front disc brakes and rear drum brakes. Depressing the brake pedal applies both sets of brakes. You may hear occasional brake squeal when you apply the brakes. This is a nor-mal condition caused by environmental factors such as temperature, humidity or dust, etc.

    WARNING
    If brake squeal is excessive and occurs each time the brakes are applied, you should have the brakes checked by a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop. Do not apply brakes continuously or rest your foot on the brake pedal. This will result in overheating of the brakes which could cause unpredictable braking action, longer stopping distances, or permanent brake damage.

    Accelerator Pedal (3)
    An accelerator pedal controls the speed of the engine. Depressing the accelerator pedal increases power output and speed.

    Starting the Engine

    Before Starting Engine

    1. Make sure the parking brake is set fully.
    2. Shift into “N” (Neutral). Hold the clutch pedal and brake pedal fully depressed.

    WARNING
    Make sure that the parking brake is set fully and the transmission is in Neutral before attempting to start the engine.

    Starting a Cold and Warm Engine
    With your foot taken off the accelerator pedal, crank the engine by turning the ignition key to “START”. Release the key when the engine starts.

    NOTICE
    Stop turning the starter immediately after the engine has started or the starter system can be damaged.
    For the protection of a lead-acid battery and a starter motor, do not use the starter motor by turning the key to “START” for more than 12 seconds at a time. If the engine does not start, turn the key to “LOCK” position and wait for more than 30 seconds before trying again. If the engine does not start after several attempts, consult a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop.

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  • Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Using the Transmission User Manual

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  • Using the Transmission

    WARNING
    Do not hang any items on the gear-shift lever and do not use the gear-shift lever as a handiest. Otherwise, it could prevent proper operation of the gearshift lever and cause its mal-function, resulting in an accident.

    Manual TransmissionSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Using the Transmission User Manual 01

    Starting off
    To start off, depress the clutch pedal all the way to the floor and shift into 1st gear. After releasing the parking brake, gradually release the clutch pedal. When you hear a change in the engine’s sound, slowly press the accelerator while continuing to gradually release the clutch pedal.

    NOTE:
    For the starting, the vehicle of GCC Countries’ models, refer to “For GCC Countries” in the “SUPPLEMENT” section.
    For starting the vehicle of the Taiwan model, refer to “For Taiwan” in the “SUP-PLEMENT” section.

    Shifting
    All forward gears are synchronized, which provides for quiet and easy shifting. Always depress the clutch pedal all the way to the floor before shifting gears.

    Downshifting maximum allowable speeds

    Downshifting km/h (mph)
    2nd to 1st 15 (10)
    3rd to 2nd 60 (35)
    4th to 3rd 85 (50)
    5th to 4th 130 (80)*

    NOTE:
    You may not accelerate to the maximum allowable speed because of the driving situation and/or the vehicle condition.

    WARNING
    Reduce your speed and downshift to a lower gear before going down a long or steep hill. A lower gear will allow the engine to provide braking. Avoid riding the brakes or they may overheat, resulting in brake failure.
    When driving on slippery roads, slow down before downshifting. Excessive and/or sudden changes in engine speed may cause loss of traction, which could cause you to lose control.

    NOTICE
    Do not downshift to a lower gear at a speed faster than the maximum allowable speeds for the next lower speed, or severe damage to engine and transmission can result. Make sure that the vehicle is completely stationary before you shift into “R” (Reverse).

    • To help avoid clutch damage, do not use the clutch pedal as a footrest while driving or use the clutch to keep the vehicle stationary on a slope. Depress the clutch fully when shifting.
    • When shifting or starting off, do not race the engine. Racing the engine can shorten engine life and cause a negative effect to smooth shifting.

    BrakingSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Using the Transmission User Manual 01

    The distance needed to bring any vehicle to a halt increases with the speed of the vehicle. The braking distance needed, for example, at 60 km/h (37 mph) will be approximately 4 times greater than the braking distance needed at 30 km/h (19 mph). Start to depress the brake pedal when there is plenty of distance between your vehicle and the stopping point, and slow down gradually.

    WARNING
    If water gets into the brake devices, brake performance may become poor and unpredictable. After driving through water or washing the underside of the vehicle, test the brakes while driving at a slow speed to see if they have maintained their normal effectiveness. If the brakes are less effective than normal, dry them by repeatedly applying the brakes while driving slowly until the brakes have regained their normal effectiveness.

    Power-assisted Brakes
    Your vehicle has power-assisted brakes. If power assistance is lost due to a stalled engine or other failures, the system is still fully operational on reserve power and you can bring the vehicle to a complete stop by pressing the brake pedal once and holding it down. The reserve power is partly used up when you depress the brake pedal and reduces each time the pedal is pressed. Apply smooth and even pressure to the pedal. Do not pump the pedal.

    WARNING
    Even without reserving power in the brake system, you can still stop the vehicle by pressing the brake pedal harder than normally required. However, the stopping distance may be longer.

    Brake Assist System (if equipped)
    When you slam the brakes on, the brake assist system determines it to be an emergency stop and provides more powerful braking for a driver who cannot hold down the brake pedal firmly.

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  • Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Anti-lock Brake System User Manual

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  • Anti-lock Brake System

    ABS will help you avoid skidding by electronically controlling braking pressure. It will also help you maintain steering control when braking on slippery surfaces or when braking hard. The ABS works automatically, so you do not need any special braking technique. Just push the brake pedal down without pumping. The ABS will operate whenever it senses that the wheels are locking up. You may feel the brake pedal pulsates while the ABS is operating.

    NOTE:
    The ABS will not work if the vehicle speed is under about 9 km/h (6mph).
    If the ABS system is activated, you may hear a clunking noise and/or feel pulsating in the brake pedal. This is normal and indicates that the brake fluid pressure is being controlled properly.
    You may hear an operation sound when you start the engine or after the vehicle begins to move. This means that the above systems are in self-check mode. This sound does not indicate a malfunction.

    WARNING
    On some types of loose surfaces (such as gravel, snow-covered roads, etc.), the stopping distance required for a vehicle with ABS may be slightly greater than the one required for a comparable vehicle with a conventional brake system. With a conventional brake system, skidding tires are able to plow the gravel or snow layer, shortening the stopping distance. ABS minimizes this resistance effect. Allow for extra stopping distance when driving on loose surfaces.

    •  On regular paved roads, some drivers may be able to obtain slightly shorter stopping distances with conventional brake systems than with ABS.
    • In both of the above conditions, ABS will still offer the advantage of helping you maintain directional control. However, remember that ABS will not compensate for bad road or weather conditions or poor driver judgment. Use good judgment and do not drive too fast.Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Parking Brake Lever User Manual 03
    1. ABS warning light
    2.  Brake system warning light

    WARNING
    If the ABS warning light (1) on the instrument cluster comes on and stays on while driving, there may be a problem with the ABS system. Ask a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop to inspect the ABS system immediately. If the ABS system becomes inoperative, the brake system will function as an ordinary brake system that has no ABS.

    WARNING
    If the ABS warning light (1) and the brake system warning light (2) on the instrument panel simultaneously stay on or come on while driving, both anti-lock function and rear brake force control function (proportioning valve function) of the ABS system may have failed. If so, the rear wheels may easily skid or the vehicle can even spin in the worst case when braking on a slippery road or when hard braking even on a dry paved road. Ask a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop to inspect the ABS system immediately. Drive carefully, avoiding hard braking as much as possible.

    How the ABS Works
    A computer continuously monitors wheel speed. The computer compares the changes in wheel speed when braking. If the wheels slow suddenly, indicating a skidding situation, the computer will change braking pressure several times each second to prevent the wheels from locking. When you start your vehicle or when you accelerate after a hard stop, you may hear a momentary motor or clicking noise as the system resets or checks itself.

    WARNING
    The ABS may not work properly if tires or wheels other than those specified in the owner’s manual are used. This is because the ABS works by comparing changes in wheel speed. When replacing tyres or wheels, use only the size and type specified in this owner’s manual.

    Electronic Stability Program (ESP®) (if equipped)

    ESP® is a registered trademark of Daimler AG. The Electronic Stability Program (ESP®) helps to control the vehicle during cornering if front wheels or rear wheels skid. It also assists you in maintaining traction while accelerating on loose or slippery road surfaces. It does this by regulating the engine’s output, and by selectively applying the brakes. In addition, ESP® helps to avoid skidding by controlling braking pressure.

    WARNING
    The ESP® cannot enhance the vehicle’s driving stability in all situations and does not control your vehicle’s entire braking system. The ESP® can-not prevent accidents, including those resulting from excessive speed in turns, or hydroplaning. Only safe and attentive drive can prevent accidents. The capabilities of an ESP®-equipped vehicle must never be used as a substitute for careful driving. The ESP® totally manages the following four systems, to help enhance vehicle stability in response to various driving conditions;

    Stability Control System
    The vehicle stability control system helps provide integrated control of systems such as anti-lock brakes, traction control, engine control, etc. This system automatically controls the brakes and engine to help prevent the vehicle from skidding when cornering on a slippery road surface or when turning the steering wheel abruptly.

    Traction Control System
    The traction control system automatically helps prevent the spinning of wheels when the vehicle is started or accelerated on slippery road surfaces. The system operates only if it senses that some of the wheels are spinning or beginning to lose traction. When this happens, the system operates the front or rear brakes and reduces engine power to limit wheel spin.

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  • Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Brake Assist System User Manual

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  • Brake Assist System

    Refer to “Brake Assist System (if equipped)” in the “Braking” section.

    WARNING

    1. The ESP® may not work properly if tyres or wheels other than those specified in the owner’s manual are used. When replacing tyres or wheels, use only the size and type specified in this owner’s manual.
    2. The ESP® may not work properly tyres are not inflated to the recommended tyre pressure.
    3. The ESP® may not work properly if the tyres are excessively worn. Replace tyres when the tread wears indicators in the grooves that appear on the tread surface.
    4. The ESP® is not a substitute for winter tyres or snow chains on a snow-covered road.
    5. The ESP® may not work properly if engine-related parts such as the muffler are not equivalent to standard equipment or are extremely deteriorated.
    • Do not modify the vehicle’s suspension since the ESP® may not work properly.

    NOTE:
    If the ESP® system is activated, you may hear a clunking noise and/or feel pulsating in the brake pedal. This is normal and indicates that the brake fluid pressure is being controlled properly.  You may hear an operation sound when you start the engine or after the vehicle begins to move. This means that the above systems are in self-check mode. This sound does not indicate a malfunction.

    The lights related to the ESP® system are described below:

    ESP® Warning LightSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Brake Assist System User Manual 01

    This light blinks 5 times per second when one of the following systems is activated.

    1. Stability control system
    2. Traction control system
    3. If this light blinks, drive carefully.

    When the ignition switch is turned “ON”, this light comes on briefly so you can check that the light is working.

    NOTICE
    If the ESP® warning light comes on and stays on while driving, there may be a malfunction of the ESP® systems (other than ABS). You should have the systems inspected by a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop.

    NOTE:
    When the ESP® warning light comes on and stays on while driving, indicating a malfunction of the ESP® systems (other than ABS), the brake system will function as an ordinary ABS with no additional ESP® functions.

    ESP® OFF Indicator LightSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Brake Assist System User Manual 02

    You should turn the ESP® on during your ordinary driving so that you have the benefits of all of the ESP® systems. It may be required to turn the ESP® systems (other than ABS) off if your vehicle is stuck in sand, mud or snow, where wheel spin is necessary.

    NOTE:
    If the vehicle speed is greater than approximately 30 km/h (19 mph), the ESP® systems (other than ABS) will be activated automatically and the light will go out.

    You should turn the ESP® on during your ordinary driving so that you have the benefits of all of the ESP® systems.
    It may be required to turn the ESP® systems (other than ABS) off if your vehicle is stuck in sand, mud or snow, where wheel spin is necessary.

    NOTE:
    If the vehicle speed is greater than approximately 30 km/h (19 mph), the ESP® systems (other than ABS) will be activated automatically and the light will go out.

    ESP® OFF Switch
    When the ESP® OFF switch located at the instrument panel is pushed and held to turn off the ESP® systems (other than ABS), the ESP® OFF indicator light in the instrument cluster comes on. When you have turned the ESP® systems (other than ABS) off, turn them back on before resuming ordinary driving. When you push the ESP® OFF switch again, the ESP® OFF indicator light will go out and all of the ESP® systems will be activated.

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  • Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Tyre Pressure Monitoring System User Manual

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  • Tyre Pressure Monitoring System

    The tyre pressure monitoring system is designed to alert you when one or more of the tyres on your vehicle is significantly under-inflated. The tyre pressure monitor-ing system (TPMS) sensor containing a unique identification code is mounted on each wheel. The TPMS sensors transmit tyre pressure signals to the receiver of the tyre pressure monitoring system controller. When the inflation pressure of one or more tyres indicates significant underinflation, the low tyre pressure warning light comes on.

    NOTE:
    The word “telltale” in this section, means an indicator.

    Low Tyre Pressure Warning LightSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Windows and Instrument Cluster User Manual 06

    Each tyre should be checked monthly when cold and inflated to the inflation pressure recommended by the vehicle manufacturer on the vehicle placard or tyre pressure label. (If your vehicle has tyres of a different size than the size indicated on the vehicle placard or tyre pressure label, you should determine the proper tyre pressure for those tyres.) As an added fuel efficiency feature, your vehicle has been equipped with a tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS) that illuminates a low tyre pressure telltale when one or more of your tyres is significantly under-inflated. Accordingly, when the low tyre pressure telltale illuminates, you should stop and check your tyres as soon as possible, and inflate them to the proper pressure. Driving on a significantly under-inflated tyre causes the tyre to overheat and can lead to tyre failure. Underinflation also reduces fuel efficiency and tyre tread life and may affect the vehicle’s handling and stopping ability. Please note that the TPMS is not a substitute for proper tyre maintenance, and it is the driver’s responsibility to maintain correct tyre pressure, even if under-inflation has not reached the level to trigger illumination of the TPMS low tyre pressure tell-tale.

    WARNING
    Relying only on the tyre pressure monitoring system to determine when it is necessary to add air to the tyres can result in loss of control or an accident.
    Check tyre pressures monthly when the tyres are cold. If necessary, adjust them to the recommended inflation pressure as specified on the vehicle’s tyre information placard and in this owner’s manual. Refer to “Tyres” in the “INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE” section.

    WARNING
    Failure to take corrective action when the low tyre pressure warning light is not working or when it comes on and blinks while driving can lead to an accident.
    If the low tyre pressure warning light does not come on for 2 seconds after the ignition switch is turned to “ON” position, or comes on and blinks while driving, have your vehicle inspected by a SUZUKI dealer. Even if the light turns off after blinking, indicating that the monitoring system has recovered, you should still have the system checked by a SUZUKI dealer.

    WARNING
    The load-carrying capacity of your tyres is reduced at lower inflation pressures. If your tyres are even moderately under-inflated, the load on the tyres may exceed the load-carrying capacity of the tyres, which could lead to tyre failure. The low tyre pressure warning light will not alert you to this condition, because it only comes on when one or more of your tyres becomes significantly under-inflated. Check and adjust your tyre pres-sure at least once a month. Refer to “Tyres” in the “INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE” section.

    WARNING
    Continuing to drive with the low tyre pressure warning light on can lead to an accident, resulting in severe injury or death.
    If the low tyre pressure warning light comes on and stays on, reduce your speed and avoid abrupt steering and braking. Be aware that driving on a significantly under-inflated tyre can cause the tyre to overheat and can lead to tyre failure, and may affect steering control and brake effectiveness. Stop in a safe place as soon as possible and check your tyres.

    • If you have a flat tyre, replace it with a spare tyre. Refer to “Jacking Instructions” in the “EMERGENCY SERVICE” section for the tyre replacement method. Also, refer to “Replacing Tyres and/or Wheels” for instructions on how to restore normal operation of the TPMS after you have had a flat tyre.
    • If one or more of your tyres is under-inflated, adjust the inflation pressure in all of your tyres to the recommended inflation pressure as soon as possible.

    The low tyre pressure warning light can come on due to normal causes such as natural air leakage and pressure changes caused by changes in temperature or atmospheric pressure. Adjusting the air pressure in the tyres to the pressure shown on the tyre information placard should cause the low tyre pressure warning light to turn off. To make the low tyre pressure warning light go off, adjust the tyre pressures when the tyres are cold, and drive the vehicle for about 10 minutes.

    NOTICE
    If the low tyre pressure warning light does not go off even when you drive for more than 10 minutes after adjusting the cold tyre pressure, there may be a problem with the TPMS. Have your vehicle inspected by a SUZUKI dealer.

    If the light turns on again shortly after adjusting the pressure in your tyres, you may have a flat tyre. If you have a flat tyre, replace it with a spare tyre. Refer to “Jacking Instructions” in the “EMERGENCY SERVICE” section. Refer to “Replacing Tyres and/or Wheels” for instructions on how to restore normal operation of the tyre pressure monitoring system after you have had a flat tyre.

    TPMS Limitations

    1. The tyre pressure monitoring system may not function properly under certain circumstances. In the following situations, the low tyre pressure warning light may come on and remain on or may blink.
    2. When you replace a flat tyre with a spare tyre.
    3. When you include a spare tyre during a tyre rotation.
    4. When the TPMS sensor is damaged during a tyre replacement or liquid sealants are used to repair a flat tyre. When the electronic signal of TPMS sensor is disturbed in one of the following ways:
    5. Electric devices or facilities using similar radio wave frequencies are nearby.
    6. A metallic film that may cause radio wave interference is attached on the window.
    7. A lot of snow or ice covers the vehicle, in particular, around the wheels or wheel housings.
    8. Snow tyres that are not installed with genuine TPMS sensors or snow chains are used.
    9. When you use non-genuine SUZUKI wheels or tires.
    10. When the pressure of any tyre is too high.
    11. When there is a problem with the receiver of the TPMS controller.
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  • Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Running-in and Improving Fuel Economy User Manual

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  • Running-in and Improving Fuel Economy

    Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Running-in and Improving Fuel Economy User Manual 01

    WARNING
    Fasten Your Seat Belts at All Times. The driver and all passengers should be properly restrained at all times, using the seat belts pro-vided. Refer to “Seat Belts” section for instructions on proper use of the seat belts.
    Never drive under the influence of alcohol or other drugs. Alcohol and drugs can seriously impair your ability to drive safely, greatly increasing the risk of injury to yourself and others. You should also avoid driving when you are tired, sick, irritated, or under stress.

    Running-in

    NOTICE
    The future performance and reliability of the engine depending on the care and restraint exercised during its early life. It is especially important to observe the following precautions during the first 960 km (600 miles) of vehicle operation.

    1. After starting, do not race the engine. Warm it up gradually.
    2. Avoid prolonged vehicle operation at a constant speed. Moving parts will break in better if you vary your speed.
    3. Start off from a stop slowly. Avoid full-throttle starts.
    4. Avoid hard braking, especially during the first 320 km (200 miles) of driving.
    5. Do not drive slowly with the transmission in high gear.
    6. Drive the vehicle at moderate engine speeds.

    Catalytic Converter

    The purpose of the catalytic converter is to minimize the number of harmful pollutants in your vehicle’s exhaust. The use of leaded fuel in vehicles equipped with catalytic converters is prohibited because lead deactivates the pollutant-reducing components of the catalyst system.
    The converter is designed to last the life of the vehicle under normal usage and when unleaded fuel is used. No special maintenance is required on the converter. However, it is very important to keep the engine properly tuned. Engine misfiring, which can result from an improperly tuned engine, may cause overheating of the catalytic converter. This may result in permanent heat damage to the catalytic converter and other vehicle components.

    NOTICE
    To minimize the possibility of catalytic converter or other vehicle damage:

    1. Maintain the engine in the proper operating condition.
      In the event of an engine malfunction, particularly one involving engine misfiring or other apparent loss of performance, have the vehicle serviced promptly.
    2. Do not turn off the engine or interrupt the ignition when the transmission is in gear and the vehicle is in motion.
    3. Do not try to start the engine by pushing or towing the vehicle, or coasting down a hill.
    4. Do not idle the engine with any spark plug wires disconnected or removed, such as during diagnostic testing.
    5. Do not idle the vehicle for prolonged periods if idling seems rough or there are other malfunctions.
    6. Do not allow the fuel tank to get near the empty level.
      Avoid driving your vehicle at excessively high engine speed.

    Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Running-in and Improving Fuel Economy User Manual 03

    WARNING
    Be careful where you park and drive; the catalytic converter and other exhaust components can get very hot. As with any vehicle, do not park or operate this vehicle in areas where combustible materials such as dry grass or leaves can come in contact with a hot exhaust system.

    Improving Fuel Economy

    The following instructions will help you improve fuel economy.

    Avoid excessive idling
    If you park your vehicle for more than one minute, stop the engine and start it again later. When warming up a cold engine, do not allow the engine to idle or apply full throttle until the engine has reached operating temperature. Allow the engine to warm up by driving.

    Avoid fast starts
    Fast starts away from lights or stop signs will consume fuel unnecessarily and shorten engine life. Start off slowly.

    Avoid unnecessary stops
    Avoid unnecessary deceleration and stopping. Try to maintain a moderate, steady speed whenever possible. Slowing down and then accelerating again uses more fuel.

    Keep a steady cruising speed
    Drive at a constant speed that road and traffic conditions will permit.

    Keep the air cleaner and cleanSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Running-in and Improving Fuel Economy User Manual 04

    If the air cleaner is clogged with dust, there will be greater intake resistance, resulting in decreased power output and increased fuel consumption.

    Keep weight to a minimum
    The heavier the load is, the more fuel the vehicle consumes. Unload any unnecessary luggage or cargo.

    Keep tire pressures correctSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Running-in and Improving Fuel Economy User Manual 05

    Underinflation of the tires can waste fuel due to the increased rolling resistance of the tires. Keep your tyres inflated to the correct pressure shown on the label on the driver’s door lock pillar.

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  • Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Highway Driving User Manual

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  • Highway Driving

    When driving at highway speeds, pay attention to the following:Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Highway Driving User Manual 01 Stopping distance progressively increases with vehicle speed. Apply the brakes far enough ahead of the stopping point to allow for the extra stopping distance. On rainy days, hydroplaning can occur. Hydroplaning is the loss of direct contact between the road surface and the vehicle’s tyres due to a water film forming between them. Steering or braking the vehicle during hydroplaning can be very difficult, and loss of control can occur. Keep speed down when the road surface is wet.Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Highway Driving User Manual 02

    • At high speeds, the vehicle may be affected by side winds. Therefore, reduce speed and be prepared for unexpected buffeting, which can occur at the exits of tunnels, when passing by a cut of a hill, or when being overtaken by large vehicles, etc.
    • Driving on HillsSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Highway Driving User Manual 03

    • When climbing steep hills, the vehicle may begin to slow down and show a lack of power. If this happens, you should shift to a lower gear so that the engine will again be operating in its higher power range. Shift rapidly to prevent the vehicle from losing momentum. When driving down a hill, the engine should be used for braking by shifting to the next lower gear.

    WARNING
    Do not hold the brake pedal down too long or too often while going down a steep or long hill. This could cause the brakes to overheat, resulting in reduced braking efficiency. Failure to take this precaution could result in loss of vehicle control.

    NOTICE
    When descending a downhill, Never turn the ignition key to the “LOCK” position. Emission control system damage may result.

    Driving on Slippery RoadsSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Highway Driving User Manual 04

    On wet roads, you should drive at a lower speed than you do on dry roads due to possible slippage of tyres during braking. When driving on icy, snow-covered, or muddy roads, reduce your speed and avoid sudden acceleration, abrupt braking, or sharp steering movements.

    Stuck Vehicle

    If your vehicle gets stuck in snow, mud, or sand, follow the directions below:

    1. Shift the transmission back and forth between a forward range (or 1st gear) and “R” (Reverse). This will create a rocking motion which may give you enough momentum to free the vehicle. Press gently on the accelerator to keep the wheel spinning to a minimum wheel rpm. Remove your foot from the accelerator while shifting.
      Do not race the engine. Excessive wheel spin will cause the tyres to dig deeper, making it more difficult to free the vehicle.
      NOTE:
      If your vehicle is equipped with the ESP®, you may have to turn the ESP® system off in order to allow the spinning the wheels.
    2. If your vehicle remains stuck after a few minutes of rocking, we recommend you to consult a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop or a roadside assistance service. If a towing service is not available in an emergency, your vehicle may be temporarily towed by another vehicle with a towing cable or chain secured to the towing eye either on the front of the vehicle or on the rear of the vehicle. Refer to “Frame Hook” in the “OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT” section.

    WARNING
    Do not allow anyone to stand near the vehicle when you are rocking it, and do not spin the wheels faster than an indicated 40 km/h (25 mph) on the speedometer. Personal injury and/or vehicle damage may result from spinning the wheels too fast.

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Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Off-road Driving User Manual

Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Off-road Driving User Manual

Off-road Driving

Do Not Drive in the Field Covered with Grown GrassSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Off-road Driving User Manual 001

If you drive in a field covered with grass, it may cause an accident or vehicle damage by getting caught in grown grass.

When Encountering a Flooded AreaSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Off-road Driving User Manual 002

Avoid driving in a flooded area or a deep puddle. If driving in a flooded area is unavoidable, go slowly in the lowest gear. In case you have driven in a flooded area, stop the vehicle in a safe place while checking the brake effectiveness. Then, ask a SUZUKI dealer or a qualified workshop to check the following inspection items.

  • Function of brake
  • The function of electrical components
  • Changes of oil level and quality for engine, transmission, and differential. In case the oil is turbid whitely, water has been mixed in the oil and an oil change is required.
  • Lubricant condition of the bearings, suspension joints, etc.

NOTICE
Avoid driving in a flooded area or a deep puddle. It may cause an engine stall, short in electrical components, engine and transmission damages, etc.Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Off-road Driving User Manual 003

Heating and Air Conditioning System (Left-hand drive vehicle)Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Off-road Driving User Manual 004

  1. Windshield defroster outlet
  2. Side defroster outlet
  3. Side outlet
  4. Centre outlet
  5. Floor outlet

Air OutletSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Off-road Driving User Manual 005

Move the knob (1) horizontally or the case (2) vertically to adjust the direction of airflow as desired.

CAUTION
Prolonged exposure to hot air from the heater or air conditioner could result in low-temperature burns. All vehicle occupants, particularly children, the elderly, those with special needs, individuals with delicate skin, and sleeping individuals, should maintain sufficient distance from the air outlets to prevent prolonged exposure to hot airflow.

Air Conditioning System

Description of controlsSuzuki New CARRY 2019 Off-road Driving User Manual 006

  1. Temperature selector
  2. Blower speed selector
  3. Air intake selector
  4. Air flow selector
  5. Air conditioning switch

Temperature selector (1)
This is used to adjust the temperature.

Blower speed selector (2)
This is used to turn on the blower and to select the blower speed.

Air intake selector (3)Suzuki New CARRY 2019 Off-road Driving User Manual 007

This is used to select the following modes.

RECIRCULATED AIR (a)
When this mode is selected by moving the lever to the position of (a) in the above illustration, outside air is shut out and inside air is recirculated. This mode is suitable when driving through dusty or polluted air such as in a tunnel, or when attempting to quickly cool down or warm up the interior.

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