Bulletins & Advisories Jazz 16 Year Model : PDI and Maintenance information

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  1. Ichiban Founder Staff Team

    England CJ Leeds
    This service bulletin includes the following information for the New Jazz 16 year model :
    • Jazz specific PDI related items.
    • Reminders of some important items that shouldn't be forgotten when carrying out the PDI process.
    • Maintenance related items.

    PDI Information
    List of enclosed parts


    Installation of back-up fuses
    1. Remove the 3 fuses from inside of the glove box.
    2. Turn the Ignition OFF and remove the key from ignition cylinder, for keyless access vehicles ensure that the start/stop button light is OFF. Wait for at least 1 minute before installing the back-up fuses.
    3. Open the bonnet and remove the lid of the under bonnet fuse box, which is located on the left hand side of the engine compartment.


    4. Insert the back-up fuses in the positions shown in the diagram below, the ratings for each fuse depends on what idle stop system the vehicle has.

    DC/DC type idle stop (A) = Position 21(10A), 22 (7.5A) and 29 (30A)
    Capacitor type idle stop (B) = Position 21(15A), 22 (7.5A) and 29 (10A)


    Setting the clock
    Models with 5 inch colour audio system.
    1. Press and hold the MENU/CLOCK button (A) to enter the Adjust Clock screen.
    2. Using the LIST/SELECT :tut: (B), Turn it to change the hour, then press it to enter the selection
    3. Using the LIST/SELECT :tut: (B), Turn it to change the minute, then press it to enter the selection.

    4. Turn the LIST/SELECT (B) :tut: to select "Set", then press it to enter the selection.

    Models with Honda Connect
    The Honda Connect clock is automatically updated via GPS, so the time should not need to be adjusted.
    There is the facility to change the time zone that the clock is based on and also to turn daylight saving on or
    off for winter / summertime changes.
    These settings are found in [HOME] => Settings => Info => Clock

    Language settings
    Models with 5 inch colour audio system.
    Set the language based on the customers request.
    You can choose from “English”, “French” or “Spanish”.
    1. Press the MENU/CLOCK button (A).
    2. Turn the LIST/SELECT :tut: (B) to highlight "Settings" and press it to select it.

    3. Turn the LIST/SELECT :tut: (B) to highlight "Language" and press it to select it.
    4. Turn the LIST/SELECT :tut: (B) to highlight the required language and press it to complete the language setting.
    Models with Honda Connect.
    Set the language based on the customers request.
    For models with navigation, this language setting will be automatically reflected to the navigation system language setting. If the chosen language is not supported in navigation, When the language setting is changed in navigation menus, it will not be reflected to the system language setting of Honda Connect.

    1. Turn the Ignition ON, Honda Connect will start-up and "Warning!" screen will appear.
    2. Select "Change Language"
    3. Select the desired language from the list.
    Language settings can be also changed via the settings menu. [HOME] => Settings => System => Others => Language.

    Audio anti-theft system

    Whenever power to the audio has been interrupted (EG battery disconnection), there is no need to input an anti-theft code, as the units are VIN matched to the vehicle. To restart the audio system, switch the ignition to position II and when the display asks you to, push and hold the power button (A) for 2 seconds. The unit will automatically check and recognize the VIN of the vehicle and then start up.

    Models with 5 inch colour audio

    Models with Honda Connect

    There is no anti-theft code supplied in the vehicle. If the anti-theft code is required, first the audio unit serial number must be obtained and then the anti theft code can be obtained by contacting Honda Dealer Technical Support.
    See Service Bulletin as per this thread for details on how to obtain the audio unit serial number.
    NOTE: An anti-theft code is normally only required if an audio unit is swapped to another vehicle.

    Update Honda Connect
    Some Jazz models will be fitted with the new Honda Connect audio, this is an internet connected audio system that uses the customers Smart phone or mobile Wi-FI device as an internet source.


    Before the customer receives their new car, the Honda Connect unit will require an update to be carried out to ensure that the customer gets the very latest versions of the on-board applications etc. This update should be carried out for both the Honda App Center and the on-board Apps e.g. Aha, as part of
    the PDI process and will require the Honda Connect unit connecting to the internet via Wi-FI to download the update.
    Full details of how to carry out the update can be found in the Honda Connect Update in this Bulletins & Advisories - Honda Connect in-car audio update during PDI

    Installation of towing eye cover
    From the factory, the towing eye cover is clipped to the front bumper in the centre number plate area. It should be removed from here and installed to cover the towing eye aperture in the bumper face during PDI.


    1. The towing eye cover is removed by unclipping from its location.

    2. Install it by first inserting the retaining tail into the bumper aperture and then clip the main part into the bumper face.

    Installation of radio antenna

    Some models have a removal mast type radio antenna, the mast should be fitted at PDI.
    1. Remove the radio antenna from the glovebox.
    2. Remove the antenna cap (A) from the base (B).
    3. Install the radio antenna (C) by screwing into the base (B) by hand.

    Installation of wheel trims - Steel wheel models
    The wheel trims will be in the passenger foot well of the car. After checking the wheel nut torque and the tyre pressures, install the wheel trims ensuring that the tyre valve correctly aligns.

    Installation of body plugs
    Install the body plugs into the tie down hook holes towards the front and rear of the underside of the vehicle.

    Back-up starting procedure
    This method is used for starting keyless access system vehicles when the back-up fuses are not installed or when the remote battery is dead.

    1. Press the start/stop switch, the buzzer in the passenger compartment sounds 6 times, a message appears on i-MID (only if the fuses are installed) and
    the indicator on the switch flashes (A).

    2. Bring the H-mark(emblem) of the remote in front of the start/stop switch while the indicator is flashing (within 30 seconds).

    3. As soon as communication is completed, a new message appears on the i-MID (only if the fuses are installed) and the indicator changes from flashing to
    illuminating mode (B).

    4. Within 10 seconds, depress the clutch pedal (MT) or brake pedal (CVT) and push the start/stop switch simultaneously. The engine will start.

    To stop the engine push the start/stop switch.
    NOTE: Before leaving the vehicle, make sure the gear lever is in neutral position or Park (P) and make sure the light on the start/stop switch is OFF.

    Deflation warning system
    During the PDI process the vehicles tyre pressures are required to be adjusted from the factory shipping pressures, ALL vehicles must have the DWS system initialised at PDI, otherwise there is a risk of a deflation warning after delivery to the customer.

    The DWS should also be initialised if the wheels are rotated such as in routine servicing operation.
    To set the tyre pressures correctly at PDI we recommend the following:

    1. Measure the air pressure when tyres are cold. This means the vehicle has been parked for at least three hours or driven less than 1.6 km (1 mile).
    If necessary, add or release air until the specified pressure is reached. If checked when hot, tyre pressure can be as much as 30 – 40 kPa (0.3 – 0.4 bar, 4 – 6 psi) higher than if checked when cold.

    2. Carefully set the tyre pressures according to the tyre pressure sticker on the vehicle door opening area.

    3. Initialise the DWS system after any change to the tyre pressure regardless of pressure value change.

    Temporary spare wheel kit
    Temporary spare wheel kits are available for Jazz under the following parts numbers.

    Models equipped with 15 inch wheels: (A) 06421-TAR-E01
    Models equipped with 16 inch wheels: (B) 06421-TAR-E11ZA


    Maintenance Related Items
    Air Conditioning System
    Jazz 16 year model uses the new HFO1234yf air conditioning gas, to work on the air conditioning system, you should only use equipment suitable for this type of gas, this includes recovery/refilling equipment and also leak checking equipment. If additional compressor oil is required to be added
    during servicing of the system, the correct HFO1234yf compatible oil, POE should be used. Recommended POE Oil : DENSO ND-OIL 14 This is available under Genuine Honda part number - 38899-50Z-G01

    CVT fluid
    Jazz 16 year model CVT models uses a new CVT fluid called Honda HCF-2, this fluid is available as a Honda Genuine part.
    The type of fluid can be confirmed via the label on the front of the transmission (B), fluid level checking is done via a level plug (A) rather than a dipstick.
  2. Ichiban Founder Staff Team

    England CJ Leeds
    As anyone spotted the 4x4 option on the Jazz in the above pictures. Why can't we get that here, Suzuki Swift off a 4x4 option on the UK !!!