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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Up Switch Inspection [Fw6 A EL, Fw6 Ax EL]

Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual / Drivetrain / Transmission/Transaxle / Automatic / Up Switch Inspection [Fw6 A EL, Fw6 Ax EL]

Continuity Inspection

NOTE:

1. Disconnect the negative battery cable..

2. Remove the front console..

3. Disconnect the selector lever component connector.


4. Verify that the continuity between selector lever component terminals C and J.


Up switch specification

Test condition

Continuity

Selector lever is in the M position (+) side position.

Continuity

Selector lever is not in the M position (+) side position.

No continuity


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Up Switch [Fw6 A EL, Fw6 Ax EL]
Purpose/Function The up switch detects the shift up operation of the selector lever. The up switch signal is sent to the TCM via CAN and is used for manual shift control and engine-t ...

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