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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Refrigerant Pressure Sensor Inspection [Full Auto Air Conditioner]

Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual / Engine / Emissions / Refrigerant Pressure Sensor Inspection [Full Auto Air Conditioner]

1. Install the manifold gauge.

2. Verify the high-pressure side reading of the manifold gauge.

3. Measure the terminal voltage at PCM terminal 2BB, 2AX and 2AJ

4. Using the graph below, measure and verify the terminal voltages at 2AX.

5. Follow the PCM inspection when measuring the other terminal voltages..


Pressure Sensor [Two Step Deployment Control System]
Purpose The pressure sensor determines at an earlier stage whether to detonate the air bag on the side of the vehicle (around front door) receiving an impact. This is for improved accurac ...

Refrigerant Pressure Sensor Removal/Installation [Full Auto Air Conditioner]
1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.. 2. Discharge the refrigerant.. 3. Disconnect the refrigerant pressure sensor connector. CAUTION: If moisture or foreign material enters the ref ...

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Cargo Compartment Light Bulb Removal/Installation
1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.. CAUTION: Always disconnect the negative battery cable before performing the cargo compartment light bulb removal. Otherwise, the circuit may be shorted resulting in damage to the related parts such as the rear body control module (RBCM). ...

Cruise Main Indicator Light (Amber)
Purpose/Function Illuminates while the cruise control system is in standby mode to inform the driver that the cruise control system is on standby. Construction Built into the instrument cluster. Operation Illuminates while the cruise control system is on sta ...

Heated Oxygen Sensor (HO2 S) Removal/Installation
WARNING: A hot engine and exhaust system can cause severe burns. Turn off the engine and wait until they are cool before removing the exhaust system. CAUTION: Do not allow flammable objects such as the taping for bundling wiring harness to come into contact with the exhau ...

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