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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Panel Light Control Indicator Alarm

Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual / Accessories / Storage / Panel Light Control Indicator Alarm

Purpose

Function

Construction

Operation

1. The instrument cluster receives (1) the TNS switch ON signal from the start stop unit.

2. If the maximum rotation position of the panel light control switch is detected (2) when the TNS switch ON signal is received, the instrument cluster microcomputer turns on (3) the transistor.

3. When the transistor turns on, a ground circuit with the alarm is established and the alarm sounds (4).


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