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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: High Pressure Fuel Pump

Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual / Engine / Fuel / High Pressure Fuel Pump

Purpose, Function

Construction

Operation

Fail-safe


DTC

Fail-safe

P0089:00

  • Limits the intake air amount.

  • Stops the high pressure fuel pump control.

  • The upper limit of the engine speed is 2,500 rpm.

P0091:00

  • Limits the intake air amount.

  • Stops the high pressure fuel pump control.

P0092:00

  • Limits the intake air amount.

  • Stops the high pressure fuel pump control.


High Pressure Fuel Pump Removal/Installation
WARNING: Fuel is very flammable liquid. If fuel spills or leaks from the pressurized fuel system, it will cause serious injury or death and facility breakage. Fuel can also irritate skin ...

Low Fuel Warning Light
Purpose The low fuel warning light warns the driver that the remaining fuel level is low. Function The instrument cluster calculates the fuel quantity based on the following ...

Other materials:

Light Bulbs
WARNING Do not replace the xenon fusion bulbs yourself: Replacing the xenon fusion bulbs yourself is dangerous. Because the xenon fusion bulbs require high voltage, you could receive an electric shock if the bulbs are handled incorrectly. Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer when the replaceme ...

Turbine/Input Shaft Speed Sensor, Output Shaft Speed Sensor [Fw6 A EL, Fw6 Ax EL]
Purpose/Function The turbine/input shaft speed sensor detects the rotation speed of the input shaft (low clutch drum). The output shaft speed sensor detects the rotation speed of the output shaft (primary gear). The turbine/input shaft speed sensor and output shaft speed ...

Rear Seat Center Armrest Removal/Installation
1. Operate the push knob (RH) and lower the rear seat back (RH). 2. Remove screw A. 3. Remove the rear seat center armrest hinge cover (RH) in the direction of the arrow (1) shown in the figure while setting hook A aside. 4. Remove bolt B. 5. Remove the rear seat center armrest in ...

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