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

Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual / Body / Glass & Windows / 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. Connect the power window main switch connector.

4. Connect the negative battery cable..

5. Measure the voltage at each terminal.

Terminal Voltage Table (Reference)



Terminal

Signal name

Connected to

Measurement condition

Voltage (V)

Inspection item (s)

1A

Rear right side window open signal

Power window motor (rear right side)

Door glass (rear right side) opening

B+

  • Power window motor (rear right side)

    (See POWER WINDOW MOTOR INSPECTION.)

  • Related wiring harness

Other

1.0 or less

1B

Passenger’s side window open signal

Power window motor (passenger’s side)

Door glass (passenger’s side) opening

B+

  • Power window motor (passenger’s side)

    (See POWER WINDOW MOTOR INSPECTION.)

  • Related wiring harness

Other

1.0 or less

1C

Rear right side window close signal

Power window motor (rear right side)

Door glass (rear right side) closing

B+

  • Power window motor (rear right side)

    (See POWER WINDOW MOTOR INSPECTION.)

  • Related wiring harness

Other

1.0 or less

1D

Passenger’s side window close signal

Power window motor (passenger’s side)

Door glass (passenger’s side) closing

B+

  • Power window motor (passenger’s side)

    (See POWER WINDOW MOTOR INSPECTION.)

  • Related wiring harness

Other

1.0 or less

1E

-

-

-

-

-

1F

Door open/close signal

Rear body control module (RBCM)

Any door is open

1.0 or less

  • Rear body control module (RBCM)

  • Related wiring harness

All door is close

approx. 6.0

1G

Rear left side window open signal

Power window motor (rear left side)

Door glass (rear left side) opening

B+

  • Power window motor (rear left side)

    (See POWER WINDOW MOTOR INSPECTION.)

  • Related wiring harness

Other

1.0 or less

1H

Driver’s side window open signal

Power window motor (driver’s side)

Door glass (driver’s side) opening

B+

  • Power window motor (driver’s side)

    (See POWER WINDOW MOTOR INSPECTION.)

  • Related wiring harness

while door glass (driver’s side) is opening for approx. 40 s after ignition is switched OFF (LOCK) from ON

B+

Other

1.0 or less

1I

Rear left side window close signal

Power window motor (rear left side)

Door glass (rear left side) closing

B+

  • Power window motor (rear left side)

    (See POWER WINDOW MOTOR INSPECTION.)

  • Related wiring harness

Other

1.0 or less

1J

Driver’s side window close signal

Power window motor (driver’s side)

Door glass (driver’s side) closing

B+

  • Power window motor (driver’s side)

    (See POWER WINDOW MOTOR INSPECTION.)

  • Related wiring harness

while door glass (driver’s side) is closing for approx. 40 s after ignition is switched OFF (LOCK) from ON

B+

Other

1.0 or less

1K

IG1

P.WINDW1 30 A fuse

Switch the ignition ON (engine on or off)

B+

  • P.WINDW1 30 A fuse

  • Related wiring harness

1L

Power supply

P.WINDW2 25 A fuse

Under any condition

B+

  • P.WINDW2 25 A fuse

  • Related wiring harness

2A

GND

Body ground

Under any condition

1.0 or less

  • Related wiring harness

2B

Sensor ground

Power window motor (driver’s side)

Under any condition

1.0 or less

  • Power window motor (driver’s side)

    (See POWER WINDOW MOTOR INSPECTION.)

  • Related wiring harness

2C

Power outer mirror control signal

Power outer mirror

Inspect the power outer mirror switch.

(See POWER OUTER MIRROR SWITCH INSPECTION.)

2D

Pulse 1

Power window motor (driver’s side)

Door glass (driver’s side) operating

Wave pattern.

  • Related wiring harness

  • Power window motor (driver’s side)

    (See POWER WINDOW MOTOR INSPECTION.)

2E

ACC

MIRROR 7.5 A fuse

Switch the ignition to ACC

1.0 or less

  • MIRROR 7.5 A fuse

  • Related wiring harness

Other

B+

2F

Pulse 2

Power window motor (driver’s side)

Door glass (driver’s side) operating

Wave pattern.

  • Power window motor (driver’s side)

    (See POWER WINDOW MOTOR INSPECTION.)

  • Related wiring harness

2G

Power outer mirror control signal

Power outer mirror

Inspect the power outer mirror switch.

(See POWER OUTER MIRROR SWITCH INSPECTION.)

2H

Power outer mirror control signal

Power outer mirror

Inspect the power outer mirror switch.

(See POWER OUTER MIRROR SWITCH INSPECTION.)

2I

Power outer mirror control signal

Power outer mirror

Inspect the power outer mirror switch.

(See POWER OUTER MIRROR SWITCH INSPECTION.)

2J

Power outer mirror control signal

Power outer mirror

Inspect the power outer mirror switch.

(See POWER OUTER MIRROR SWITCH INSPECTION.)

2K

Power outer mirror control signal

Power outer mirror

Inspect the power outer mirror switch.

(See POWER OUTER MIRROR SWITCH INSPECTION.)

2L

-

-

-

-

-

2M

Door lock signal

Rear body control module (RBCM)

Door lock switch ON

1.0 or less

  • Rear body control module (RBCM)

  • Related wiring harness

Other

approx. 5.0

2N

Sensor power supply

Power window motor (driver’s side)

Switch the ignition ON (engine on or off)

B+

  • Power window motor (driver’s side)

    (See POWER WINDOW MOTOR INSPECTION.)

  • Related wiring harness

Switch the ignition ACC or OFF

1.0 or less


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