Pedals

Manual transmission
Manual transmission

Automatic transmission
Automatic transmission

Clutch Pedal (1)

(For manual transmission).

The clutch pedal is used to disengage the drive to the wheels when starting the engine, stopping or shifting the gearshift lever or transfer lever. Depressing the pedal disengages the clutch.

CAUTION:
Do not drive with your foot resting on the clutch pedal. It could result in excessive clutch wear or clutch damage.

Brake Pedal (2)

Your SUZUKI 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 normal condition caused by environmental factors such as cold, wet, snow, etc.

If brake squeal is excessive and WARNING:
If brake squeal is excessive and occurs each time the brakes are applied, you should have the brakes checked by your SUZUKI dealer.

Do not “ride” the brakes by applying WARNING:
Do not “ride” the brakes by applying them continuously or resting your foot on the 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)

This pedal controls the speed of the engine. Depressing the accelerator pedal increases power output and speed.

See also:

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