S-CAB | D-MAX

  • Always use BS VI Fuel only.
  • Always use ISUZU recommended filters,oils & coolant.
  • This vehicle is equipped with Diesel Particulate Diffuser that purifies Particulate Matter in Exhaust Gases.
  • During driving at speeds above 70 km/hr the DPD automatically
    regenerates(burns PM) as and when the Particulates Matter has reached a predetermined level.
  • It is necessary to perform “Operator Regeneration” in case the DPD Operator Regeneration light flashes

Know More :
English | Gujarati | Hindi | Kannada | Malayalam | Punjabi | Tamil | Telugu

Yes, you can visit the ISUZU webpage https://www.isuzu.in/locate-dealer/ to know the service center locations.

ISUZU provides Warranty up to 3 years from date of delivery (or) 1,00,000 kms whichever occurs earlier.

Yes the Warranty coverage is Bumper to Bumper. However few wear & tear parts like brake pads, clutch disc and its related components, parts made of rubber/glass and failures arising due to misuse / unauthorized modifications / external damages/fitment of non-genuine parts is not covered under the scope of ISUZU Warranty.

Yes, Labour related to removal and refitment of a Warranty Part is covered under Warranty.

The first Service for any ISUZU Vehicle is at 5,000 kms, followed by Periodic Maintenance service at every 10,000 Kms.

Yes ISUZU provides free Roadside Assistance up to 3 year or 1,00,000 KM whichever occurs earlier.

Usage of ‘ISUZU Genuine parts’ helps in vehicle performance and ensures longer life and low cost of ownership.

Yes, ISUZU Genuine Parts & Accessories for any manufacturing defect can be replaced under Warranty within 3 months from date of fitment at ISUZU Dealership or 3000 kms whichever occurs earlier.

      • Instrument Cluster – Basic layout
        • 1. Tachometer – Shows engine rpm (Idling range 750 – 800 rpm).
        • 3. Speedometer – Shows the vehicle speed in Km/hr.
        • 4. Fuel Level Indicator – Shows the fuel level in tank (Max. capacity – 55 Ltrs.). .

    7. Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge.

    • Never raise the engine rpm above 4000 rpm (Red Zone) to avoid damage to the engine.
    • While driving down the hill, be careful not to downshift the gears, which will result in tachometer going above 4000 rpm and lead to damage to the engine.
  •  

    • The temperature indicator should always be in safety zone.
    • If indicator is reaching below / near ‘H’, make sure that coolant level is OK.
    • If indicator reaches H, then ‘Overheat’ warning light will switch ON. Stop driving & let the engine to idle to bring the temperature down.
    • Immediate stoppage of engine can cause damage to engine.
    • Indicates fuel level in the fuel tank.
    • If fuel level reaches ‘E’ then ‘Low Fuel’ Warning Light will come ON.
    • Driving with low fuel can cause air to enter the fuel system and over a period of time, can damage the fuel pump & Injectors.
    • Glow Plug Indicator Light – Glow plug is working.
    • Generator Warning Light.
      • Light OFF- Alternator working fine.
      • Light ON – Alternator not working. Contact ISUZU dealer.
    • Fuel filter Warning Light – Replace fuel filter if continues ON.
    • SVS Warning Light – Problem in engine. Contact ISUZU dealer.
    • Seat Belt Warning Light – Wear Seat Belt for safety, always.
    • Door Open Warning Light – Check and close all doors properly.
    • Malfunction Indicator Light – Problem in engine. Contact ISUZU dealer.
    • Water Separator Warning Light – Drain water from fuel filter.
    • Parking Brake Warning Light.
      • Off when parking brake is released.
      • On when parking brake engaged.

       

    • Brake System Warning Light – If light is ON after releasing parking brake then, check brake fluid level in brake reservoir. Do not drive vehicle if this light remains in ON condition.
    • Engine oil pressure Warning Light – If light is ON, indicates oil pressure is low with engine running.
    • Stop engine immediately. Check for engine oil leakage and oil level.

  • Checking engine oil level

    • Park vehicle on flat surface.
    • Check oil level in cold condition or check oil level 30 minutes after the engine is switched off.
    • Oil level is OK, if it is between MAX & MIN line. It’s Not OK if above MAX Add oil if below MIN.
  • Note:-

    • After oil level inspection, properly push the dip stick completely inside to avoid leakage.
    • Tighten the oil filler cap properly after adding oil.
  • Check coolant level

    • Check coolant level should be in between MAX & MIN line in reservoir.
    • Add distilled water to reservoir if level less than MIN line.
    • Do not fill water above MAX line.
    • Check radiator cap is properly fixed on radiator.
    • Do not open radiator cap when engine is hot.
  • Water Separator Warning Light – Drain water from fuel filter

     

    • If Water Separator Indicator light is ON after starting the engine, then drain the water from fuel filter.
    • Driving the vehicle with this light ON will cause damage to fuel pump, injectors, fuel lines & engine.
  • Checking Battery Electrolyte

     

    • Clean the top of the battery for any dust particles.
    • Observe the fluid level in the battery as shown. It should be between MAX & MIN level.
    • If electrolyte level is less than MIN, then top up to MAX level with distilled water only.
    • Do not fill more than MAX level, as it can cause severe damage to battery & vehicle.
    • Take utmost care to avoid the electrolyte coming in contact with skin, eyes or vehicle body paint.

  • Wiper Blades

     

    • Keep wiper blades clean and replace if worn out
    • Check functioning of wiper motor
    • Top up washer tank with washer fluid
  • Lights

     

    • Check the functioning of all lights (headlamps, indicators, reverse & tail lights, etc.).
    • Check the fog lamps which are critical for driving in foggy conditions and night vision the monsoon. It also alerts oncoming road users in such conditions.
  • Bulb Specifications

     

    Note: Whenever replacing the bulbs, replace with the wattage as mentioned in the table.

  • Tyre Air Pressure

    • Inspect the tyre pressure regularly.
    • Tyre pressure should be corrected only in cold condition.
    • Refer the air pressure label on driver side vehicle B-Pillar for correct pressure.

  • Brake Pedals

    • If you observe squeaking noise in front brakes, then it may be due to ‘worn-out’ condition of the brake pads.
    • Brake Pads have ‘wear’ sensor, which rubs against the brake rotor creating the squeaking noise in case the brake pads are worn-out.
    • If it happens, check the brake pads and get it replaced immediately.
    • Prolonged use with squeaking noise can result in brakes wearing & subsequent failure of the brake.
  • Wet / Icy Roads

    • Wet roads reduce traction of wheels and will can make the car skid.
    • Anticipate visibility getting blocked in case of water splashes.
    • Do not stop suddenly if windscreen is splashed with water. Slow down and switch on hazard lights to warn motorists coming behind.
  • Flooded Roads

    • In floods, take extra care and precaution while driving.
    • In case of driving through roads with high water level, ensure that the exhaust muffler is above water level to avoid engine from stalling.
    • In case the cabin area is flooded, avoid running your engine.
    • Check for open pot holes & manholes while driving on flooded roads.
    • Check operation of windows and door locks, during such drive, for exit in case of emergency.
  • Safe Driving Speed 

    • Maintaining a safe driving speed is very crucial in monsoons.
    • Drive at a slow speed. It helps the driver to be prepared for sudden stops to avoid encounter with disabled cars, debris and other hazards associated with wet weather driving.
    • Driving at speed through puddles may push or splash water into the engine and cause it to stall.
    • If the vehicle must be driven on a flooded road, washed-out roads, or parked in an area that can become flooded, note that water can get into the brakes and reduce their effectiveness. If the brakes do not work well during such time, drive slowly and gently press the brake pedal several times until the brakes dry out and start working normally.
  • Safe Distance

    • Maintain safe distance from other vehicles while driving.
    • In case of skidding, apply the brakes with a steady, light but firm pressure.
  • Slow down sufficiently when approaching a curve

    • Slow down sufficiently when approaching a curve. 
    • Applying the brakes or sharply turning the steering wheel while driving on to the curve could cause the cargo to shift, the tyres to slip and the vehicle to tip onto its side.
  • Drivers should never use mobile telephones

    • Drivers should never use mobile telephones or car phones in any mode other than hands-free while driving. Doing so is dangerous.
    • Using a mobile telephone while driving could result in an accident because the person driving would not be paying full attention to their surroundings.
    • While driving, should there be a need to use a mobile telephone, first stop the vehicle in a safe place.

  • ENSURE that your wipers do not leave a water residue or make noise during operation. If so, they need to be changed.
    Ensure your windshield fluid is topped up.
  • ENSURE that your battery is in fully charged condition.
  • ENSURE that all the lamps and horns are in proper working condition.
  • ENSURE that the spare fuses are available in the vehicle.
  • AVOID using tyres which are worn till the ‘tyre wear indicator’ level. 
    This will avoid loss of traction on slippery roads.
  • ENSURE that the brakes work effectively prior to usage during monsoon.
  • ENSURE the AC system is working effectively.

  • DO NOT drive when the water level is above half of the tyre’s height.
  • If driving through water is unavoidable, CHECK the water depth and 
    then drive at a slow speed constantly.
  • MAINTAIN slow speed using low gears when wading through water. 
    DO NOT stop or start the engine if the vehicle is submerged.
  • ENSURE no wires are hanging loose beneath the vehicle.
    Chances of short circuit increases during monsoon.
  • ENSURE the headlamps are switched on for increased visibility during rains.
  • Water can reduce brake’s effectiveness. To ENSURE that brakes work well
    after driving through water, drive slowly and gently press the brake pedal
    several times until the brakes dry out and start working normally.
  • Switch ON AC, select air outlet to windshield and Fresh Air mode, to defog from inside.
    Switch ON Heater, select air outlet to windshield and Recirculation mode, to defog from outside.
  • DO NOT accelerate rapidly, brake hard, decelerate rapidly or make sharp 
    turns on slippery roads as traction will be less.

  • If the vehicle has been driven through water, have the following CHECKED 
    at your dealership; 

    • Brakes
    • Electrical components
    • Engine
    • Oil levels and quality of oil
    • Lubrication

BS VI Vehicle Maintenance

  • Always use BS VI Fuel only.
  • Always use ISUZU recommended filters,oils & coolant.
  • This vehicle is equipped with Diesel Particulate Diffuser that purifies Particulate Matter in Exhaust Gases.
  • During driving at speeds above 70 km/hr the DPD automatically
    regenerates(burns PM) as and when the Particulates Matter has reached a predetermined level.
  • It is necessary to perform “Operator Regeneration” in case the DPD Operator Regeneration light flashes

Know More :
English | Gujarati | Hindi | Kannada | Malayalam | Punjabi | Tamil | Telugu

I wish to know ISUZU service center locations ?

Yes, you can visit the ISUZU webpage https://www.isuzu.in/locate-dealer/ to know the service center locations.

What is the Warranty coverage on ISUZU vehicles ?

ISUZU provides Warranty up to 3 years from date of delivery (or) 1,00,000 kms whichever occurs earlier.

Does ISUZU Warranty cover Bumper to Bumper ?

Yes the Warranty coverage is Bumper to Bumper. However few wear & tear parts like brake pads, clutch disc and its related components, parts made of rubber/glass and failures arising due to misuse / unauthorized modifications / external damages/fitment of non-genuine parts is not covered under the scope of ISUZU Warranty.

Is the Labour for removal and refitment of a Warranty Part covered under Warranty ?

Yes, Labour related to removal and refitment of a Warranty Part is covered under Warranty.

What is the Periodic Maintenance Service Intervals for ISUZU Vehicles. ?

The first Service for any ISUZU Vehicle is at 5,000 kms, followed by Periodic Maintenance service at every 10,000 Kms.

Is ISUZU Vehicles covered under free Road side Assistance in case of a Vehicle breakdown ?

Yes ISUZU provides free Roadside Assistance up to 3 year or 1,00,000 KM whichever occurs earlier.

Why should I use ‘ISUZU Genuine parts’?

Usage of ‘ISUZU Genuine parts’ helps in vehicle performance and ensures longer life and low cost of ownership.

Is ‘ISUZU Genuine Parts & Accessories’ covered under Warranty ?

Yes, ISUZU Genuine Parts & Accessories for any manufacturing defect can be replaced under Warranty within 3 months from date of fitment at ISUZU Dealership or 3000 kms whichever occurs earlier.

Self-Inspection

      • Instrument Cluster – Basic layout
        • 1. Tachometer – Shows engine rpm (Idling range 750 – 800 rpm).
        • 3. Speedometer – Shows the vehicle speed in Km/hr.
        • 4. Fuel Level Indicator – Shows the fuel level in tank (Max. capacity – 55 Ltrs.). .

    7. Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge.

    • Never raise the engine rpm above 4000 rpm (Red Zone) to avoid damage to the engine.
    • While driving down the hill, be careful not to downshift the gears, which will result in tachometer going above 4000 rpm and lead to damage to the engine.
  •  

    • The temperature indicator should always be in safety zone.
    • If indicator is reaching below / near ‘H’, make sure that coolant level is OK.
    • If indicator reaches H, then ‘Overheat’ warning light will switch ON. Stop driving & let the engine to idle to bring the temperature down.
    • Immediate stoppage of engine can cause damage to engine.
    • Indicates fuel level in the fuel tank.
    • If fuel level reaches ‘E’ then ‘Low Fuel’ Warning Light will come ON.
    • Driving with low fuel can cause air to enter the fuel system and over a period of time, can damage the fuel pump & Injectors.
    • Glow Plug Indicator Light – Glow plug is working.
    • Generator Warning Light.
      • Light OFF- Alternator working fine.
      • Light ON – Alternator not working. Contact ISUZU dealer.
    • Fuel filter Warning Light – Replace fuel filter if continues ON.
    • SVS Warning Light – Problem in engine. Contact ISUZU dealer.
    • Seat Belt Warning Light – Wear Seat Belt for safety, always.
    • Door Open Warning Light – Check and close all doors properly.
    • Malfunction Indicator Light – Problem in engine. Contact ISUZU dealer.
    • Water Separator Warning Light – Drain water from fuel filter.
    • Parking Brake Warning Light.
      • Off when parking brake is released.
      • On when parking brake engaged.

       

    • Brake System Warning Light – If light is ON after releasing parking brake then, check brake fluid level in brake reservoir. Do not drive vehicle if this light remains in ON condition.
    • Engine oil pressure Warning Light – If light is ON, indicates oil pressure is low with engine running.
    • Stop engine immediately. Check for engine oil leakage and oil level.

Engine Compartment

  • Checking engine oil level

    • Park vehicle on flat surface.
    • Check oil level in cold condition or check oil level 30 minutes after the engine is switched off.
    • Oil level is OK, if it is between MAX & MIN line. It’s Not OK if above MAX Add oil if below MIN.
  • Note:-

    • After oil level inspection, properly push the dip stick completely inside to avoid leakage.
    • Tighten the oil filler cap properly after adding oil.
  • Check coolant level

    • Check coolant level should be in between MAX & MIN line in reservoir.
    • Add distilled water to reservoir if level less than MIN line.
    • Do not fill water above MAX line.
    • Check radiator cap is properly fixed on radiator.
    • Do not open radiator cap when engine is hot.
  • Water Separator Warning Light – Drain water from fuel filter

     

    • If Water Separator Indicator light is ON after starting the engine, then drain the water from fuel filter.
    • Driving the vehicle with this light ON will cause damage to fuel pump, injectors, fuel lines & engine.
  • Checking Battery Electrolyte

     

    • Clean the top of the battery for any dust particles.
    • Observe the fluid level in the battery as shown. It should be between MAX & MIN level.
    • If electrolyte level is less than MIN, then top up to MAX level with distilled water only.
    • Do not fill more than MAX level, as it can cause severe damage to battery & vehicle.
    • Take utmost care to avoid the electrolyte coming in contact with skin, eyes or vehicle body paint.

Walk Around the Vehicle

  • Wiper Blades

     

    • Keep wiper blades clean and replace if worn out
    • Check functioning of wiper motor
    • Top up washer tank with washer fluid
  • Lights

     

    • Check the functioning of all lights (headlamps, indicators, reverse & tail lights, etc.).
    • Check the fog lamps which are critical for driving in foggy conditions and night vision the monsoon. It also alerts oncoming road users in such conditions.
  • Bulb Specifications

     

    Note: Whenever replacing the bulbs, replace with the wattage as mentioned in the table.

  • Tyre Air Pressure

    • Inspect the tyre pressure regularly.
    • Tyre pressure should be corrected only in cold condition.
    • Refer the air pressure label on driver side vehicle B-Pillar for correct pressure.

Safe Driving Tips

  • Brake Pedals

    • If you observe squeaking noise in front brakes, then it may be due to ‘worn-out’ condition of the brake pads.
    • Brake Pads have ‘wear’ sensor, which rubs against the brake rotor creating the squeaking noise in case the brake pads are worn-out.
    • If it happens, check the brake pads and get it replaced immediately.
    • Prolonged use with squeaking noise can result in brakes wearing & subsequent failure of the brake.
  • Wet / Icy Roads

    • Wet roads reduce traction of wheels and will can make the car skid.
    • Anticipate visibility getting blocked in case of water splashes.
    • Do not stop suddenly if windscreen is splashed with water. Slow down and switch on hazard lights to warn motorists coming behind.
  • Flooded Roads

    • In floods, take extra care and precaution while driving.
    • In case of driving through roads with high water level, ensure that the exhaust muffler is above water level to avoid engine from stalling.
    • In case the cabin area is flooded, avoid running your engine.
    • Check for open pot holes & manholes while driving on flooded roads.
    • Check operation of windows and door locks, during such drive, for exit in case of emergency.
  • Safe Driving Speed 

    • Maintaining a safe driving speed is very crucial in monsoons.
    • Drive at a slow speed. It helps the driver to be prepared for sudden stops to avoid encounter with disabled cars, debris and other hazards associated with wet weather driving.
    • Driving at speed through puddles may push or splash water into the engine and cause it to stall.
    • If the vehicle must be driven on a flooded road, washed-out roads, or parked in an area that can become flooded, note that water can get into the brakes and reduce their effectiveness. If the brakes do not work well during such time, drive slowly and gently press the brake pedal several times until the brakes dry out and start working normally.
  • Safe Distance

    • Maintain safe distance from other vehicles while driving.
    • In case of skidding, apply the brakes with a steady, light but firm pressure.
  • Slow down sufficiently when approaching a curve

    • Slow down sufficiently when approaching a curve. 
    • Applying the brakes or sharply turning the steering wheel while driving on to the curve could cause the cargo to shift, the tyres to slip and the vehicle to tip onto its side.
  • Drivers should never use mobile telephones

    • Drivers should never use mobile telephones or car phones in any mode other than hands-free while driving. Doing so is dangerous.
    • Using a mobile telephone while driving could result in an accident because the person driving would not be paying full attention to their surroundings.
    • While driving, should there be a need to use a mobile telephone, first stop the vehicle in a safe place.

Precautionary Tips

  • ENSURE that your wipers do not leave a water residue or make noise during operation. If so, they need to be changed.
    Ensure your windshield fluid is topped up.
  • ENSURE that your battery is in fully charged condition.
  • ENSURE that all the lamps and horns are in proper working condition.
  • ENSURE that the spare fuses are available in the vehicle.
  • AVOID using tyres which are worn till the ‘tyre wear indicator’ level. 
    This will avoid loss of traction on slippery roads.
  • ENSURE that the brakes work effectively prior to usage during monsoon.
  • ENSURE the AC system is working effectively.

Driving Tips

  • DO NOT drive when the water level is above half of the tyre’s height.
  • If driving through water is unavoidable, CHECK the water depth and 
    then drive at a slow speed constantly.
  • MAINTAIN slow speed using low gears when wading through water. 
    DO NOT stop or start the engine if the vehicle is submerged.
  • ENSURE no wires are hanging loose beneath the vehicle.
    Chances of short circuit increases during monsoon.
  • ENSURE the headlamps are switched on for increased visibility during rains.
  • Water can reduce brake’s effectiveness. To ENSURE that brakes work well
    after driving through water, drive slowly and gently press the brake pedal
    several times until the brakes dry out and start working normally.
  • Switch ON AC, select air outlet to windshield and Fresh Air mode, to defog from inside.
    Switch ON Heater, select air outlet to windshield and Recirculation mode, to defog from outside.
  • DO NOT accelerate rapidly, brake hard, decelerate rapidly or make sharp 
    turns on slippery roads as traction will be less.

Maintenance Tips

  • If the vehicle has been driven through water, have the following CHECKED 
    at your dealership; 

    • Brakes
    • Electrical components
    • Engine
    • Oil levels and quality of oil
    • Lubrication