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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Front Map Light

Purpose

Function

Construction


Operation

Map light switch operation

1. Turn the map light switch on.

2. The battery current flows to the map light bulb from the rear body control module (RBCM).

3. The map light illuminates.


Interior light switch operation

1. Interior light switch is in DOOR position.

2. When any door is opened, the door open signal is input to the rear body control module (RBCM).

3. When the rear body control module (RBCM) receives the door-open signal, it turns on the transistor.

4. When the transistor turns on, the battery current flows to the map light bulb from the rear body control module (RBCM).

5. The map light illuminates.

NOTE:


Fail-safe

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