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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Afs (Adaptive Front Lighting System)

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Outline

Function

Swivel function


CAN signal sending module

Signal name

EPS control module

Steering angle signal

PCM

Vehicle speed signal

Instrument cluster

Ignition switch status signal

Back-up light illumination request signal

AFS OFF switch status signal

Front body control module (FBCM)

Headlight illumination status signal


Initial position learning function


CAN signal sending module

Signal name

PCM

Vehicle speed signal

Instrument cluster

Ignition switch status signal


Structural view

System wiring diagram


Construction

Operation

Swivel function

Operation condition

Item

Condition

Initial position learning

After normal completion

Headlight

ON (illumination)

AFS OFF switch

OFF (control status)

Gear position signal

Except reverse position

Vehicle speed

Control start: 2 km/h {1 mph} or more



Adaptive Front Lighting System (Afs) Control Module Removal/Installation
NOTE: The AFS control module prior to replacement stores the vehicle specification information. A new AFS control module does not store any vehicle specification information. ...

Afs (Adaptive Front Lighting System) Control Module
Purpose The AFS control module calculates the target optical axis based on the vehicle height signal and outputs the target optical axis signal to the headlight leveling actuator. F ...

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Lights On Reminder Warning Alarm
Purpose The lights-on reminder warning alarm notifies the driver that the TNS and headlights are not turned off. Function The instrument cluster receives the following vehicle condition signals via the CAN signal from the start stop unit and rear body control module (RBCM). ...

Cooling Fan Motor Inspection
Part Inspection 1. Verify that the battery is fully charged.. 2. Disconnect the cooling fan motor connector (2 terminals). 3. Install a tester and battery to the cooling fan motor connector (2 terminals) as shown in the figure. 4. Verify that each cooling fan motors operate smoothly at ...

Rear Drive Shaft Inspection
1. Inspect each connecting part for looseness. Tighten or replace parts if necessary. 2. Inspect the dust boot on the drive shaft for cracks, damage, leaking grease, and looseness in the boot band. 3. Inspect the drive shaft for bends, cracks, and wear in the joints or ...

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