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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Awd Control Module Configuration

Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual / Drivetrain / Driveline / 4WD / Awd Control Module Configuration

CAUTION:

1. Connect the M-MDS to the DLC-2.

2. After the vehicle is identified, select the following items from the toolbox of the M-MDS.

  1. Select “Module Programming”.

3. Then, select items from the screen menu in the following order.

  1. Select “Programmable Module Installation”.

  2. Select “4X4”.

4. Perform the configuration according to the directions on the screen.

CAUTION:

5. Verify all the DTCs for the control module connected to the CAN line.

Awd Control Module
Purpose, Function The AWD CM calculates the optimal amount of torque distribution for the rear wheels and outputs a corresponding electric current to the electronic control coupling (AWD ...

Awd Control Module Inspection
NOTE: AWD CM terminal voltage can vary depending on measuring conditions and vehicle aging, resulting in misdiagnosis. Therefore, it is necessary to perform an overall inspection of the ...

Other materials:

Manual Type
Control Switches Temperature control dial This dial controls temperature. Turn it clockwise for hot and counterclockwise for cold. NOTE When the mode is set to or with the fan control dial in a position other than 0 and the temperature control dial in the maximum cold position, the air int ...

Accessory Socket
Purpose By inserting the plug of an electrical device, 12 V (maximum 120 W) of power is supplied enabling use of the electrical device in the vehicle. Function Front accessory socket When the ignition is switched to ACC or ON (engine off or on), 12 V (maximum 120 W) of pow ...

Steering Switch Inspection
Without Bluetooth system WARNING: Handling the driver-side air bag module improperly can accidentally operate (deploy) the air bag module, which may seriously injure you. Read the service warnings and cautions before handling the air bag module.. 1. Switch the ignition OFF (LOCK ...

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