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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Instrument Cluster Disassembly/Assembly

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CAUTION:

1. Move a tape-wrapped flathead screwdriver in the direction of the arrow shown in the figure, lift up the cover while pressing the cover tab, and disengage the cover tab from the instrument cluster.


2. Disengage all the cover tabs from the instrument cluster and remove the cover.

3. Assemble in the reverse order of disassembly.

Instrument Cluster Configuration (Using Read/Write Function)
NOTE: When performing configuration, it is necessary to read the vehicle specification information from the instrument cluster before replacing it. Connect the M-MDS to the vehicle and p ...

Instrument Cluster Inspection
Speedometer inspection Using a speedometer tester 1. Adjust the tire pressure to the specification. 2. Using a speedometer tester, verify that the tester reading is as indicated in the following ...

Other materials:

Rear Console Removal/Installation
1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.. 2. Remove the following parts: a. Front console box. b. Shift lever knob (MTX). c. Shift panel. d. Upper panel. 3. Remove screws A. 4. Remove caps B, then remove screws C. 5. Pull the rear console in the direction of the arrow (1) while ...

Shift Control Module Removal/Installation [C66 M R]
Removal 1. Shift the shift lever to the neutral position. 2. Remove the plug hole plate.. 3. Disconnect the negative battery cable.. 4. Remove the air cleaner and air hose as a single unit.. 5. Remove the battery and battery tray.. 6. Disconnect the control cable from the transaxle. a. ...

Wheels And Tires
Outline An adhesive-type balance weights has been adopted to the outer side of the aluminum alloy wheels. Due to this, a stylish wheel design is realized. In consideration of the environment, steel balance weights have been adopted to reduce the use of lead in the vehicle. ...

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