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Old 05-22-2013, 06:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default suzuki carry resistor value

hi
please need help to find correct resistor value from an a Suzuki Carry 2002 ecu board:
ECU : DG2
G13B MT E24
33920 -76A1
076A1

ECU was burned , already change device MP4304,but there is a resistor also burned R662, that was carboned and its value was not visible.

somebody have a pic of this ECU board, son can see the resistor value ?

or have the right value of this resistor

also it would be so appreciated if can get wiring diagram from this vehicle

without this resistor vehicle have acceleration problems

thanks for help
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greetings! Please post a picture of the burned resistor. I can try different views in paint, and sometimes recover what color was on the bands.
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when tried to desolder resistor broken since it was completely burned (black);
before to desolder inspect it and didnt see any colour strip, its remains color ( light blue) seems to be a precision resistor .
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Default resistor value..

I gonna solder a 200 ohm resistor and let you know if it worked.
but now have another question for the same Van.
not sure how to bench tes a temperature sensor since it has 3 wires instead 2.

can somebody explain hot to test it since it has 3 wires.

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I don't have an ECU that looks like that one, do you know what circuit that is part of?
The temperature sensor is a combined unit, one sensor for the ECU and one for the gauge, there is a common ground.
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Most likely dual sensors in one unit - one sensor drives the gauge, the other drives the ECU.

Use an ohm meter to check for continuity between the pins, I expect you'll find continuity between all three but one pin will show a similar reading to both of the other two - lets call then 1,2 & 3 starting from left - say 1~2 is 50ohms, 1~3 is 100 ohms and 2~3 is 50 ohms - that would make 2 the common pin - from there just check both sensors as you would a single sensor.
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got some info about suzuki Carry.

made measurements =

lt grn/wht and Blu/yellow = 1.5K ohm

yellow/ wht = 504 ohm

still dont know if values are ok

please see attachment

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I posted a link to the service manual in reply to your post on digital-kaos, the resistance values should be in there.
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