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Old 02-22-2017, 06:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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HI,
Would anyone have wiring diagrams for Jimny 2010 - JB43V?? The Suzuki manual part number is 9951281A30015


I have 9951281A20015 but the wiring for 4WD and Lo range is different.

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Welcome to the forum.
The 99512-81A30-015 is the 2004 print and shows the 4wd system as still mechanical and air operated.
In 2005 they went to motor operated, I've recently put some info here Suzuki Club UK ? View topic - Electronic transfer case problems... hope it's what your after.
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Many thanks Darrell. That is exactly what I was after plus more.
I have started setting up a set of LED's to mimic all the switch functions, and outputs to motor, solenoids, etc. At least one must be out of sync, or the controller is faulty.

At least I don't have the problems Alex encountered with altered bodgie wiring; at least not in this area (but I have replaced many meters of added wiring complete with patented unsoldered granny knot connections!)

I will report how I get on !
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I am advised from a supplier in Germany -
part number 9951281A30015 is replaced into 9956081A70015.
This is a CD-ROM and its available.


Your thoughts?? It's only 41 Euro but I don't want to waste money.
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I can't say to be honest, I've only purchased a CD with workshop manuals on and the only one that I wanted wasn't on it, although it was listed . The latest workshop manual I have for the Jimny is 2006 if that's any good. I don't know if the 2010 is much if any different.
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Darrell, as I understand it the manuals went to online about 2006, (and are available to dealers only - probably against the law here in Aussie but ......), a copy of yours is probably the best I am EVER going to do. Assume you have a soft copy?? Let me know how to access it please.
I suspect little change through the following years on the bits that count anyway.

It seems the manuals are a minefield - I checked my 2010 handbook, and it's 99011-81A29-01E, Aug 2009, not listed in the tables provided. Maybe a version for Australia??
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