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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Afs (Adaptive Front Lighting System) Control Module

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Purpose

Function

Automatic configuration function

On-board diagnostic function

Operation

Fail-safe


DTC No.

Fail-safe function

B1041:14

  • The swivel actuator is moved to the center.

  • The headlight leveling actuator is stopped at the position when the malfunction is determined.

B1041:54

  • The swivel actuator is moved to the center.

  • The headlight leveling actuator is stopped at the position when the malfunction is determined.

B1044:01

  • The swivel actuator is moved to the center.

  • The headlight leveling actuator is stopped at the position when the malfunction is determined.

B10A3:86

  • The swivel actuator (LH) is stopped at the position when the malfunction is determined.

  • The swivel actuator (RH) is moved to the center.

  • Control of the headlight auto leveling system is continued with the headlight leveling actuator positioned -0.6° from where the malfunction is determined.

B10A3:87

  • The swivel actuator (LH) is stopped at the position when the malfunction is determined.

  • The swivel actuator (LH) is moved to the center, or the swivel actuators (LH) and (RH) are moved to the center.

  • Control of the headlight auto leveling system is continued with the headlight leveling actuator positioned -0.6° from where the malfunction is determined.

B10A4:86

  • The swivel actuator (RH) is stopped at the position when the malfunction is determined.

  • The swivel actuator (LH) is moved to the center.

  • Control of the headlight auto leveling system is continued with the headlight leveling actuator positioned -0.6° from where the malfunction is determined.

B10A4:87

  • The swivel actuator (RH) is stopped at the position when the malfunction is determined.

  • The swivel actuator (RH) is moved to the center, or the swivel actuators (LH) and (RH) are moved to the center.

  • Control of the headlight auto leveling system is continued with the headlight leveling actuator positioned -0.6° from where the malfunction is determined.

C0051:86

  • The swivel actuator is moved to the center.

  • Control of the headlight auto leveling system is continued.

U0001:88

  • The swivel actuator is moved to the center.

  • The headlight leveling actuator is stopped at the position when the malfunction is determined.

U0100:00

  • The swivel actuator is moved to the center.

  • The headlight leveling actuator is stopped at the position when the malfunction is determined.

U0131:00

  • The swivel actuator is moved to the center.

  • Control of the headlight auto leveling system is continued.

U0140:00

  • The swivel actuator is moved to the center.

  • The headlight leveling actuator is stopped at the position when the malfunction is determined.

U0155:00

  • The swivel actuator is moved to the center.

  • Control of the headlight auto leveling system is continued.

U0320:09

  • The swivel actuator is moved to the center.

  • Control of the headlight auto leveling system is continued.

U0420:68

  • The swivel actuator is moved to the center.

  • Control of the headlight auto leveling system is continued.

U0423:68

  • AFS OFF switch error signal

    • Control of the swivel actuator is continued with the AFS OFF switch fixed in the condition when the malfunction is detected.

    • Control of the headlight auto leveling system is continued.

  • Ignition switch error signal

    • Control of the AFS is continued with the ignition switched ON (engine on).

    • Control of the headlight auto leveling system is continued.

  • Selector lever position (R position) (ATX)/Reverse (MTX) signal error

    • The swivel actuator is moved to the center.

    • Control of the headlight auto leveling system is continued.

  • Selector lever position (R position) (ATX)/Reverse (MTX) signal not determined

    • Control of the swivel actuator is continued with the transaxle range sensor (ATX)/back-up light switch (MTX) fixed in the condition when the malfunction is determined.

    • Control of the headlight auto leveling system is continued.

U2005:86

  • The swivel actuator is moved to the center.

  • The headlight leveling actuator is stopped at the position when the malfunction is determined.

U2300:54

  • Control of the AFS is continued.

  • Control of the headlight auto leveling system is continued.

U2300:55

  • The swivel actuator is moved to the center.

  • The headlight leveling actuator is stopped at the position when the malfunction is determined.

U2300:56

  • Control of the AFS is continued.

  • Control of the headlight auto leveling system is continued.

U3000:42

  • The swivel actuator is moved to the center.

  • The headlight leveling actuator is stopped at the position when the malfunction is determined.

U3000:49

  • RAM/ROM malfunction

    • The swivel actuator is moved to the center.

    • The headlight leveling actuator is stopped at the position when the malfunction is determined.

  • AFS function malfunction

    • Not applicable

  • CAN hardware malfunction

    • The swivel actuator is moved to the center.

    • The headlight leveling actuator is stopped at the position when the malfunction is determined.

U3003:16

  • The swivel actuator is stopped at the position when the malfunction is determined.

  • The headlight leveling actuator is stopped at the position when the malfunction is determined.

U3003:17

  • The swivel actuator is stopped at the position when the malfunction is determined.

  • The headlight leveling actuator is stopped at the position when the malfunction is determined.


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