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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: 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 table. km/h

Speedometer tester indication (km/h)

Allowable range (km/h)

20

18—22

40

38—42

60

58—62

80

78—82

100

98—102

120

117—123

140

137—143

160

157—163

180

177—183

200

197—203

220

216—224

240

236—244


mph


Speedometer tester indication (mph)

Allowable range (mph)

10

9—11

20

19—21

30

29—31

40

39—41

50

49—51

60

59—61

70

68—72

80

78—82

90

88—92

100

98—102

110

108—112

120

118—122

130

128—132

140

138—142

150

148—152


3. Verify that the speedometer reading is within the range indicated in the table.

Using the M-MDS

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

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

a. “DataLogger”

b. “Modules”

c. “IC”

3. Using “SPDMTR”, verify that the displayed information is as indicated in the table.

M-MDS display

Instrument cluster display

60 km/h

Speedometer needle moves to approx. 58—62 km/h {36—39 mph}.

120 km/h

Speedometer needle moves to approx. 117—123 km/h {72.8—76.4 mph}.

Off

Speedometer needle moves to the bottommost position.


Tachometer inspection

CAUTION:

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

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

a. “DataLogger”

b. “Modules”

c. “IC”

3. Using “TACHOMTR”, verify that the displayed information is as indicated in the table.

M-MDS display

Instrument cluster display

3000 RPM

Tachometer needle moves to approx. 3,050 rpm.

6000 RPM

Tachometer needle moves to approx. 6,100 rpm.

Off

Tachometer needle moves to bottommost position.


Fuel Gauge/LCD Inspection

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

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

a. “DataLogger”

b. “Modules”

c. “IC”

3. Using “LCD_SEG”, verify that the LCD is illuminated.

Warning/Indicator Light Illumination Inspection

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

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

a. “DataLogger”

b. “Modules”

c. “IC”

3. Using “WL+IL”, verify that the warning/indicator lights in the following table are illuminated.


No.

Warning/indicator lights

Name

Comment

1


TCS/DSC indicator light

2


Engine oil pressure warning light

3


KEY warning light (red)/indicator light (green)

4


Turn signal/hazard warning indicator lights

5


Check engine light

6


Automatic transaxle warning light

ATX

7


Cruise main indicator light (amber)/cruise set indicato rlight (green)

With cruise control system

8


Lights-on indicator light

9


AFS OFF indicator light

With AFS

10


Door-ajar warning light

11


High engine coolant temperature warning light (red)/low engine coolant temperature indicator light (blue)

12


Low fuel warning light

13


Check fuel cap warning light

14


ABS warning light

15


Low washer fluid level warning light

16


Charging system warning light

17


Brake system warning light

18


Headlight high-beam indicator light

19


Seat belt warning light

20


BSM OFF indicator light

With BSM system

21


Security indicator light

22


Tire pressure monitoring system warning light

23


AWD warning light

AWD

24


Master warning light

25


Air bag/front seat belt pretensioner system warning light

26


Power steering malfunction indicator light

27


TCS OFF indicator light


Alarm Inspection

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

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

a. “DataLogger”

b. “Modules”

c. “IC”

3. Using “ALARM”, verify that the buzzer sounds.

Instrument Cluster Disassembly/Assembly
CAUTION: If the instrument cluster is hit forcefully during disassembly such as by being dropped, it could get damaged and the system may not operate normally. When disassembling the ins ...

Instrument Cluster Operation Record
Purpose The instrument cluster operation record stores the record of the illumination or flashing of the warning light. Function The operation record is stored by the instrument ...

Other materials:

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