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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Power Window Main Switch

Purpose

Function

Power window main switch

Power outer mirror switch

Construction

Operation

Power window main switch

1. Contact points for door glass opening/closing can be changed by operating the power window main switch. The P/W CM monitors the operation conditions of the driver's side switch and power window motor.


Power-cut switch

1. The power window main switch turns off when the power-cut switch is operated for lock operation.


Power outer mirror switch

1. Up/down/left/right contact points for the power outer mirror can be switched by operating the power outer mirror switch.


Fail-safe

Glass/Windows/Mirrors
Outline The following glass has been adopted. Windshield Front door glass Rear door glass Rear door quarter glass Quarter window glass ...

Power Window Main Switch Inspection
1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.. 2. Remove the following parts: a. Inner garnish. (driver's side). b. Front door trim. (driver's side). c. Power window main switch. 3. Conn ...

Other materials:

Side Turn Light
Purpose The side turn lights are used to signal vehicles/people at the side of the vehicle that the vehicle is going to make a right or left turn. Function The side turn lights flash according to the operation of the turn or the hazard switch. Construction Side ...

Steering Switch Inspection
Without Bluetooth system WARNING: Handling the driver-side air bag module improperly can accidentally operate (deploy) the air bag module, which may seriously injure you. Read the service warnings and cautions before handling the air bag module.. 1. Switch the ignition OFF (LOCK ...

Sail Garnish Removal/Installation
1. Open the front door. 2. Affix protective tape to the position shown in the figure. 3. Insert a tape-wrapped flathead screwdriver into the shown in the figure and remove the clip A in the direction of arrow (1). 4. Pull the sail garnish in the direction of the arrow (2) and remove it w ...

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