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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: DSC Related Parts Sensor Initialization Procedure

Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual / Brakes / Brake Control, Vehicle Dynamics / General Information / DSC Related Parts Sensor Initialization Procedure

WARNING:

1. Inspect the wheel alignment and the tire pressure.

2. Position the vehicle on level ground.

3. Switch the ignition to off.

4. Connect the M-MDS (IDS) to DLC-2.

5. After the vehicle is identified, select the following items from the initial screen of the IDS.

6. Then, select an item from the screen menu.

7. Perform the procedure according to the directions on the screen.

8. Drive the vehicle.

9. After 5 min or more

of driving, verify that the DSC system is normal.

DSC HU/CM Removal/Installation
WARNING: If the DSC HU/CM configuration is not completed, it could result in an unexpected accident due to the DSC being inoperative. If the DSC HU/CM is replaced, always use the automat ...

Dynamic Stability Control (DSC)
Outline Electrical brake assist control has been adopted, improving safety. The DSC HU/CM, integrating both the hydraulic unit (HU) and control module (CM), has been adopted, resulti ...

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Pressure Sensor [Two Step Deployment Control System]
Purpose The pressure sensor determines at an earlier stage whether to detonate the air bag on the side of the vehicle (around front door) receiving an impact. This is for improved accuracy of the side air bag operation (deployment). Function When the vehicle is involved in ...

Drive By Wire Control
Outline Calculates the optimum target throttle valve opening angle at all engine speeds and controls the throttle valve actuator. The drive-by-wire control is composed of the idle air control, accelerator control, traction control, excess engine speed control, overspeed control, ...

Rear Console Disassembly/Assembly
1. Disassemble in the order indicated in the table. 1 Screw A 2 Rear console bracket 3 Screw B 4 Side panel 5 Rear console box 6 U ...

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