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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Seat Warmer Control Unit Removal/Installation

Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual / Body / Seats / Seat Warmer Control Unit Removal/Installation

WARNING:

1. Switch the ignition off (LOCK).

2. Disconnect the negative battery cable and wait for 1 min

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3. Disconnect the connector.


4. Using a flathead screwdriver, disconnect the seat warmer control unit in the direction of the arrow (2) while releasing tab in the direction of the arrow (1) shown in the figure.

5. Install in the reverse order of removal.

Seat Warmer Control Unit Inspection
WARNING: Handling a front seat (with built-in side air bag) improperly can accidentally operate (deploy) the air bag, which may seriously injure you. Read the service warnings/cautions b ...

Seat Warmer Switch Removal/Installation
NOTE: The seat warmer switch are integrated into the climate control unit. (with full-auto air conditioner system) The seat warmer switch are integrated into the clock. (with manual ...

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Steering Switch Removal/Installation
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). 2. Disconnect the neg ...

Airflow Mode Actuator [Full Auto Air Conditioner]
Purpose The airflow mode actuator moves the mode door in the A/C unit to switch the air vent. Function Door open/close function The airflow mode actuator drives the motor based on the signal from the climate control unit and moves the mode door to the VENT, BI-LEVEL, HEAT, ...

Receiver/Drier Removal/Installation
1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.. 2. Discharge the refrigerant.. 3. Remove the front under cover No.1.. 4. Drain the engine coolant.. 5. Remove the following parts: a. Plug hole plate. b. Air cleaner, air hose and fresh air duct component. c. Coolant reserve tank. d. Cooling ...

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