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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Seat Belt Warning Alarm

Purpose

Function

Driver/passenger seat belt warning alarm sound function

Construction

Operation

1. The instrument cluster receives (1) the vehicle speed signal from the PCM, the driver/passenger buckle switch signal and occupancy sensor signal from the SAS control module when the ignition is switched ON (engine off or on).

2. The instrument cluster microcomputer turns the transistor on (2) based on each signal.

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


Fail-safe

Power Steering Malfunction Indicator Light
Purpose The power steering malfunction indicator light warns the driver that there is a malfunction with the electric power steering (EPS) system. Function If there is a malfunc ...

Seat Belt Warning Light
Purpose The seat belt warning light warns the driver that a seat belt is not fastened. Function The instrument cluster flashes/illuminates the seat belt warning light based on t ...

Other materials:

Outer Mirror Garnish Removal/Installation
1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.. 2. Remove the outer mirror glass.. 3. Insert a tape-wrapped flathead screwdriver into the upper outer mirror garnish and remove tab A, B, C, D in the direction of arrow (1). 4. Insert a tape-wrapped flathead screwdriver into the upper outer mirr ...

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 t ...

Multiplex Communication System
A controller area network (CAN) system has been adopted in which multiplex communication is performed using a single communication path. A high-speed controller area network (HS-CAN) has been adopted for the communication between the following modules: PCM ...

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