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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Instrument Cluster Configuration (Using As Built Data)

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NOTE:

1. Connect the M-MDS to the DLC-2.

2. After vehicle identification, select the following from the M-MDS initialization screen.

3. Then, select the following from the screen menu.

4. Perform As-Built following the instructions on the screen.

CAUTION:

5. Verify the DTCs for all of the control modules connected to the CAN line.

Instrument Cluster
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Instrument Cluster Configuration (Using Read/Write Function)
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Light Switch Removal/Installation
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Transaxle Range Sensor [Fw6 A EL, Fw6 Ax EL]
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Operating Tips
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