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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Headlight Auto Leveling System

Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual / Body / Lighting & Horn / Exterior / Headlight Auto Leveling System

Outline

Function

Optical axis adjustment function


CAN signal sending module

Signal name

PCM

Vehicle speed signal

Instrument cluster

Ignition switch status signal

Front body control module (FBCM)

Headlight illumination status signal


Structural view


System wiring diagram


Operation

Optical axis adjustment if vehicle height changes while vehicle is stopped


Optical axis adjustment if vehicle height changes while vehicle is moving


* The change in the amount of vehicle height is the calculated 1 s average value of the vehicle height signal which the AFS control module detects every 0.1 s.

Headlight Aiming
NOTE: Perform headlight aiming if any of the following work is performed. Front combination light replacement Work that can affect vehicle height such as suspension rep ...

Headlight Auto Leveling System Initialization
NOTE: The AFS control module records the vehicle height while it is unoccupied by performing the headlight auto leveling system initial setting. Perform headlight auto leveling syst ...

Other materials:

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Engine Transaxle Integration Control [Fw6 A EL, Fw6 Ax EL]
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Rear Shock Absorber Disposal
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