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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Ebd Control

Outline

Feature

Construction

Block Diagram


Operation


Status

Rear wheel slip ratio determination

EBD control

Solenoid valve

Comment

0

No slip

No control

Pressure increase

1

?%—?%

Control

Pressure maintained

2

After EBD control, slip ratio is ?%

Control

Increase/maintain

3

Front wheel slip ratio is ?% or more

Control

Pressure reduction/maintained/increase

ABS control operates


?—? Specified value

Operating Condition Transition Diagram


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 ...

Hill Launch Assist (Hla)
Purpose/Function The hill launch assist (HLA) is a function which assists the driver in accelerating the vehicle on a slope by activating the traction control solenoid valve in the DSC HU ...

Other materials:

Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor
Purpose/Function Detects the intake airflow amount introduced into the cylinder as basic information for mainly determining the fuel injection amount. Detects the intake airflow amount introduced into the cylinder and inputs it to the PCM as an intake airflow amount signal. ...

Refrigerant Pressure Sensor [Manual Air Conditioner]
Purpose The refrigerant pressure sensor detects the refrigerant pressure in the refrigerant cycle. Function The refrigerant pressure sensor converts the detected refrigerant pressure to an electric signal and sends it to the PCM. Construction The refriger ...

Bsm Indicator Light Flashes While Not Under Bsm Indicator Light Flashing Conditions (No Combination Switch Operation (Turn Signal Switch)) [Blind Spot Monitoring (Bsm)]
Description BSM indicator light flashes while not under BSM indicator light-flashing conditions (no combination switch operation (turn signal switch) The BSM indicator light flashes despite not satisfying the BSM indicator light flashing ...

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