10C
Registration Procedure of Immobilizer Control System Components
When replacing ignition key, Immobilizer Control Module, and/or ECM, perform the following procedures.
Procedure to Register Ignition Key
1) Register ignition keys with built-in transponder with Immobilizer Control Module performing “Immobilizer Key Coding” mode of diagnostic software for SUZUKI scan tool. For your details, refer to “SUZUKI Tech 2 Operator’s Manual”.
NOTE:
Maximum two ignition keys with built-in transponder can be registered with Immobilizer Control Module. And, each transponder code has to be same. Therefore, if one of two keys already registered with Immobilizer Control Module is lost or broken and if you would like to register one new key, it is not possible to register it with Immobilizer Control Module. If you would like to have two keys registered with Immobilizer Control Module, register two new keys with Immobilizer Control Module.
2) Replace ECM with new one referring to Procedure for ECM Replacement .
NOTE:
Immobilizer control system data is registered with ECM. The code is calculated by using the transponder code in the ignition key and cannot be rewritten. Therefore, ECM has to be replaced with new one when registering new ignition key with Immobilizer Control Module.
Procedure after Immobilizer Control Module Replacement
Register ignition keys with built-in transponder with Immobilizer Control Module performing “Immobilizer Key Coding” mode of diagnostic software for SUZUKI scan tool. For your details, refer to “SUZUKI Tech 2 Operator’s Manual”.
Procedure for ECM Replacement
The following data are registered with ECM.
Fuel injector calibration codes
Immobilizer control system data
Vehicle configurations
When ECM is replaced with new one, the above data have to be registered with the new one. The registration procedure is described in ECM Registration:K9K . Therefore, perform ECM Registration:K9K .