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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor Inspection

Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual / Engine / Fuel / Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor Inspection

Voltage Inspection

NOTE:

1. Disconnect the negative battery cable..

2. Disconnect the fuel tank pressure sensor connector.

3. Disconnect the quick release connectors and remove the evaporative hose component (fuel tank side)..

4. Switch the ignition ON (engine off or on).

5. Plug one end of the charcoal canister and verify that the output voltage from the fuel tank pressure sensor changes when pressure is applied from the other end.

Fuel Pump Relay
Purpose, Function Controls the fuel pump on/off according to control signals from the PCM. The fuel pump is operated only at engine start or when the engine is running to improve saf ...

Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor
Purpose/Function The fuel tank pressure sensor detects the fuel tank pressure. Fuel tank pressure sensor is only used for OBD. Construction The fuel tank pressure sensor is ...

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Generator Removal/Installation [Skyactiv G 2.0]
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Brake Fluid Pressure Sensor
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