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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: License Plate Light

Purpose

Function

Construction


Operation

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

2. The start stop unit sends the TNS signal to the front body control module (FBCM).

3. When the front body control module (FBCM) receives the TNS signal, it turns the TNS relay on.

4. When the TNS relay turns on, the license plate bulbs are illuminated.


Fail-safe

High Mount Brake Light Removal/Installation
1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.. 2. Remove the liftgate upper trim.. 3. Remove the rear spoiler.. 4. Disconnect the connector. 5. While pressing the high-mount brake light tab in ...

License Plate Light Bulb Removal/Installation
1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.. 2. Insert a tape-wrapped flathead screwdriver into the clearance between the lens and license plate light shown in the figure. 3. Move the flathead ...

Other materials:

Clock Spring Removal/Installation [Standard Deployment Control System]
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Intake Air System Removal/Installation
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Auxiliary Jack/Usb Port Removal/Installation
1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.. 2. Remove the upper console.. 3. While pressing the auxiliary jack/USB port. tabs in the direction of the arrows (1) shown in the figure, press the auxiliary jack/USB port. in the direction of the arrow (2) to detach the auxiliary jack/USB port. tab ...

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