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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Headlight High Beam Indicator Light

Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual / Accessories / Storage / Headlight High Beam Indicator Light

Purpose

Function

Construction

Operation

1. When the light switch is operated to the HI or parking position, a light switch HI or parking signal is input to the start stop unit.

2. The start stop unit sends the light switch HI or parking signal to the front body control module (FBCM).

3. The front body control module (FBCM) sends the light switch HI signal to the instrument cluster as a headlight HI illumination signal.

4. When the instrument cluster receives the headlight HI illumination signal, it illuminates the headlight high-beam indicator light.


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