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Seite 1 - Form No.8CA5-EA-11L

Black plate (1,1)CX-5_8CA5-EA-11L_Edition3 Page1Friday, June 22 2012 3:44 PMForm No.8CA5-EA-11L

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Black plate (10,1)Interior Equipment (View C)Seat belts ...

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Black plate (100,1)qRearview MirrorWARNINGDo not stack cargo or objects higherthan the seatbacks:Cargo stacked higher than theseatbacks is dangerous.

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Black plate (101,1)NOTElDo not use glass cleaner or suspend objectson or around the light sensor. Otherwise,light sensor sensitivity will be affected

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Black plate (102,1)Power WindowsThe ignition must be switched ON for thepower windows to operate.WARNINGMake sure the opening is clear beforeclosing a

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Black plate (103,1)Power window system initializationprocedureIf the battery was disconnected duringvehicle maintenance, or for other reason s(such as

Seite 7 - Pictorial Index

Black plate (104,1)qOperating the Passenger PowerWindowsThe power windows may be operat edwhen the power window lock switch onthe driver's door i

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Black plate (105,1)MoonroofíThe moonroof can be opened or closedelectrically only when the ignition isswitched ON.Tilt/Slide switchWARNINGDo not let p

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Black plate (106,1)To close to the desired position, press thetilt/slide switch in the forward direction.CloseOpenqPower Moonroof Re-set ProcedureIf t

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Black plate (107,1)Modification and Add-OnEquipmentMazda cannot guarantee the immobilizerand the theft-deterrent systems' operationif the system

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Black plate (108,1)NOTElThe keys carry a unique electronic code.For this reason, and to assure your safety,obtaining a replacement key requires somewa

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Black plate (109,1)Theft-Deterrent SystemíIf the theft deterrent system detects aninappropriate entry into the vehicle, whichcould result in the vehic

Seite 13 - Essential Safety Equipment

Black plate (11,1)Hood ... page 6-18Win

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Black plate (110,1)NOTElThe theft deterrent system can also bearmed by activating the auto relockfunction with all the doors, the liftgate andthe hood

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Black plate (111,1)Break-In PeriodNo special break-in is necessary, but a fewprecautions in the first 1,000 km (600miles) may add to the performance,e

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Black plate (112,1)Hazardous DrivingWARNINGBe extre mely careful if it is necessary todownshift on slippery surfaces:Downshifting into lower gear whil

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Black plate (113,1)Rocking the VehicleWARNINGDo not spin the wheels at more than 56km/h (35 mph), and do not allowanyone to stand behind a wheel whenp

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Black plate (114,1)lBraking performance can be adverselyaffected if snow or ice adheres to thebrake components. If this situationoccurs, drive the veh

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Black plate (115,1)Driving In Flooded AreaWARNINGDry off brakes that have become wetby driving slowly, releasing theaccelerator pedal and lightly appl

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Black plate (116,1)Driving on Uneven RoadYour vehicle's suspension and underbody can be damaged if driven on rough/uneven roadsor over speed bump

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Black plate (117,1)Trailer Towing (U.S.A. and Canada)Your Mazda was designed and built primarily to carry passengers and cargo.If you tow a trailer, f

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Black plate (118,1)TRAILER TOWING-LOAD TABLEBecause vehicle weights vary, adjustments must be made to meet the requirements in thistable.ItemModel2WD

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Black plate (119,1)WARNINGAlways keep tow loads within specified limits as indicated in the Trailer Towing-LoadTable:Attempting to tow loads greater t

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Black plate (120,1)WARNINGAlways make sure the trailer hitch is securely attached before departure:An uns ecured trailer hitch is dangerous as it caus

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Black plate (121,1)qSafety ChainsSafety chains must be used as a precautionary measure should the trailer becomeunintentionally unhitched. They should

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Black plate (122,1)The three main causes of vehicle-trailer accidents are driver error, excessive speed, andimproper trailer loading.Before drivinglHa

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Black plate (123,1)Ascending a hillShift into a lower gear to reduce the possibility of overloading or overheating the engine, orboth.Descending a hil

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Black plate (124,1)3. Release the parking brake (also the foot brake) and pull away from the wheel blocks.Stop; apply the parking brake and shift into

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Black plate (125,1)4When DrivingInformation concerning safe driving and stopping.Start/Stop Engine ... 4-2Ignition Sw

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Black plate (126,1)Ignition SwitchqPush Button Start PositionsThe system operates only when the driveris in the vehicle or within operationalrange whi

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Black plate (127,1)ONThis is the normal running position afterthe engine is started. The indicator light(amber) turns off. (The indicator light(amber)

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Black plate (128,1)NOTElThe key must be carried because the keycarries an immobilizer chip that mustcommunicate with the engine controls atshort range

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Black plate (129,1)CAUTIONIf the KEY warning light (red)illuminates, or the push button startindicator light (amber) flashes, thiscould indicate a pro

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Black plate (13,1)2Essential Safety EquipmentImportant information about safety equipment, including seats, seat beltsystem, child-restraint systems a

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Black plate (130,1)NOTElAfter starting the engine, the push buttonstart indicator light (amber) turn off andthe ignition is in the ON position.lAfter

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Black plate (131,1)2. Verify that the push button startindicator light (green) flashes.NOTEThe push button start indicator light (green)will flash eve

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Black plate (132,1)Turning the Engine OffWARNINGDo not stop the engine while thevehicle is moving:Stopping the engine while the vehicleis moving for a

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Black plate (133,1)Meters and GaugesSpeedometer ...

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Black plate (134,1)qSpeedometerThe speedometer indicates the speed ofthe vehicle.qOdometer, Trip Meter and TripMeter SelectorThe display mode can be c

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Black plate (135,1)qTachometerThe tachometer shows engine speed inthousands of revolutions per minute(rpm).Red zoneCAUTIONDo not run the engine with t

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Black plate (136,1)Canceling the illumination dimmerWhen the headlight switch is in theor position, the illumination of theinstrument cluster dims.Whe

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Black plate (137,1)qTrip Computer and INFO SwitchThe foll owing information can be selectedby pressing the upor down part ofthe INFO switch with the i

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Black plate (138,1)After pressing the INFO button, ---L/100 km (- - - mpg) will be displayed forabout 1 minute before the fuel economy isrecalculated

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Black plate (139,1)Warning/Indicator LightsWarning/Indicator lights will appear in any of the highlighted areasSignal Warning/Indicator Lights PageBra

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Black plate (14,1)Seat PrecautionWARNINGMake sure the adjustable components of a seat are lo cked in place:Adjustable seats and seatbacks that are not

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Black plate (140,1)Signal Warning/Indicator Lights PageAWD Warning Light 4-21Automatic Transaxle Warning Light 4-21Power Steering Malfunction Indicato

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Black plate (141,1)Signal Warning/Indicator Lights PageHeadlight High-Beam Indicator Light 4-29Turn Signal/Hazard Warning Indicator Lights 4-29Securit

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Black plate (142,1)Even if the light turns off, have yourbrake system inspected as soon aspossible by an Authorized Mazda Dealer.NOTEHaving to add bra

Seite 50 - SRS Air Bags

Black plate (143,1)qElectronic Brake ForceDistribution System WarningIf the electronic brake force distributioncontrol unit determines that somecompon

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Black plate (144,1)If the light illuminates while driving:1. Drive to the side of the road and parkoff the right-of-way on level ground.2. Turn off th

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Black plate (145,1)Illuminated lightThis indicates the possibility ofoverheating. Park the vehicle in a safeplace immediately and stop the engine.Refe

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Black plate (146,1)qPower Steering MalfunctionIndicator LightThis indicator light illuminates when theignition is switched ON, and turns offwhen the e

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Black plate (147,1)qLow Fuel Warning LightThis warning light signals that the fueltank will soon be empty.Refuel as soon as possible.qCheck Fuel Cap W

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Black plate (148,1)Seat belt reminderNOTEConsult an Authorized Mazda Dealer todeactivate or restore the belt reminder. Thoughthe belt reminder can be

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Black plate (149,1)qLow Washer Fluid LevelWarning LightíThis warning light indicates that littlewasher fluid remains. Add fluid (page6-26).qTire Press

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Black plate (15,1)Make sure luggage and cargo is secured before driving:Not securing cargo while driving is dangerous as it could move or be crushed d

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Black plate (150,1)Adjust the tire pressure to the correct tirepressure. Refer to the specification charts(page 9-7).NOTElPerform tire pressure adjust

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Black plate (151,1)When flas hinglUnder the following conditions, theKEY warning light (red) flashes tonotify the driver that the ignitioncannot be sw

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Black plate (152,1)qTCS OFF Indicator LightThis indicator light stays on for a fewseconds when the ignition is switch edON.It also illuminates when th

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Black plate (153,1)qHeadlight High-Beam IndicatorLightThis light indicates one of two things:lThe high-beam headlights are on.lThe turn signal lever i

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Black plate (154,1)Cruise Set Indicator Light (Green)The indicator light illuminates green whena cruising speed has been set.qBSM OFF Indicator Lightí

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Black plate (155,1)Manual Transaxle OperationqManual Transaxle Shift PatternNeutral positionThe shift pattern of the transaxle isconventional, as show

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Black plate (156,1)qRecommendations for ShiftingUpshiftingFor normal acceleration, we recommendthese shift points.(U.S.A. and Canada)Gear Vehicle spee

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Black plate (157,1)Automatic Transaxle ControlsIndicates that you must depress the brake pedal to shift (The ignition must be switched to ON). Indicat

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Black plate (158,1)qWarning LightA system malfunction or operationconditions are indicated by a warning.Refer to Warning/Indicator Lights on page4-15.

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Black plate (159,1)D (Drive)D is the normal driving position. From astop, the transaxle will automatically shiftthrough a 6-gear sequence.M (Manual )M

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Black plate (16,1)Front SeatqSeat OperationPower operationSeat Slide(Manual Seat)To move a seat forward or backward, raise the lever and slide the sea

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Black plate (160,1)qManual Shift ModeThis mode gives you the feel of driving amanual transaxle vehicle by operating theshift lever and allows you to c

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Black plate (161,1)ShiftingManually Shifting up(M1 → M2 → M3 → M4 → M5 → M6)To shift up to a higher gear, tap the shiftlever back () once.NOTElWhen dr

Seite 71 - Constant Monitoring

Black plate (162,1)Second gear fixed modeWhen the shift lever is tapped back ()while the vehicle is stopped or driven atabout 9.3 km/h (5.7 mph) or le

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Black plate (163,1)On a steep downgrade, downshiftinghelps maintain safe speed and prolongsbrake life.qDriving TipsWARNINGDo not allow the vehicle to

Seite 73 - Before Driving

Black plate (164,1)Lighting ControlqHeadlightslTurn the headlight switch to turn the headlights, other exterior lights and dashboardillumination on or

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Black plate (165,1)With auto-light controlSwitch PositionIgnition Position ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFFHeadlights Off Off Auto*Off Off Off On OnDaytime

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Black plate (166,1)Auto-light controlWhen the headlight switch is in theposition and the ignition is switched ON, thelight sensor senses the surroundi

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Black plate (167,1)NOTElThe headlights, other exterior lights and dashboard illumination may not turn off immediatelyeven if the surrounding area beco

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Black plate (168,1)qHeadlight High-Low BeamPress the lever forward to turn on the highbeams.Pull the lever back to its original positionfor the low be

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Black plate (169,1)AFS OFF switchPressing the AFS OFF switch turns off theAFS. The AFS OFF indicator light in theinstrument cluster illuminates.Pressi

Seite 79 - Operational range

Black plate (17,1)Seat Recline(Manual Seat)To change the seatback angle, lean forward slightly while raising the lever. Then lean backto the desired p

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Black plate (170,1)Turn and Lane-ChangeSignalsNOTElIf an indicator light stays on withoutflashing or if it flashes abnormally, one ofthe turn signal b

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Black plate (171,1)Windshield Wipers andWasherThe ignition must be switched ON.WARNINGUse only windshield washer fluid orplain water in the reservoir:

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Black plate (172,1)With auto-wiper controlSwitchPositionWiper operationMIST Single wipe cycle (mist)AUTO Auto controlLO Low speedHI High speedVariable

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Black plate (173,1)CAUTIONØ Do not shade the rain sensor byadhering a sticker or a label onthe windshield. Otherwis e the rainsensor will not operate

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Black plate (174,1)NOTElSwitching the auto-wiper lever from theto the position while drivingactivates the windshield wipers once, afterwhich they oper

Seite 85 - Doors and Locks

Black plate (175,1)Rear Window Wiper andWasherThe ignition must be switched ON.qRear Window WiperTurn the wiper on by turning the rearwiper/washer swi

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Black plate (176,1)Manual Type Climate ControlIndicator lightCAUTIONDo not use sharp instruments orwindow cleaners with abrasives toclean the inside o

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Black plate (177,1)Hazard Warning FlasherThe hazard warning lights should alwaysbe used when you stop on or near aroadway in an emergency.The hazard w

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Black plate (178,1)WARNINGDo not use the HomeLink system withany garage door opener that lacks thesafety stop and reverse feature:Using the HomeLink s

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Black plate (179,1)NOTEIf the HomeLink indicator light does notchange to a rapidly blinking light, contactHomeLink at or call 1-800-3

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Black plate (18,1)qSeat WarmeríThe front seats are electrically heated. Theignition must be switched ON.Press the seat warmer switch to illuminatethe

Seite 91 - Damper stay

Black plate (180,1)Continue to press and hold the HomeLinkbutton while you press and release ―every two seconds (“cycle”) your hand-held transmitter u

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Black plate (181,1)Brake SystemqFoot BrakeYour Mazda has power-assisted brakesthat adjus t automatically through normaluse.Should power-assist fail, y

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Black plate (182,1)CAUTIONØ Do not drive with your foot heldon the clutch pedal or brak e pedal,or hold the clutch pedal depressedhalfway unnecessaril

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Black plate (183,1)qWarning LightA system malfunction or operationconditions are indicated by a warning.Refer to Warning/Indicator Lights on page4-15.

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Black plate (184,1)qHill Launch Assist (HLA)Hill Launch Assist (HLA) is a functionwhich assists the driver in acceleratingfrom a stop while on a slope

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Black plate (185,1)NOTElHill Launch Assist (HLA) does not operateon a gentle slope. In addition, the gradientof the slope on which the system willoper

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Black plate (186,1)Antilock Brake System (ABS)The ABS control unit continuouslymonitors the speed of each wheel. If onewheel is about to lock up, the

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Black plate (187,1)Traction Control System(TCS)The Traction Control System (TCS)enhances traction and safety bycontrolling engine torque and braking.W

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Black plate (188,1)Dynamic Stability Control(DSC)The Dynamic Stability Control (DSC)automatically controls braking and enginetorque in conjunctio n wi

Seite 100 - ON button

Black plate (189,1)All-Wheel Drive (AWD)OperationlAWD provides excellent drivability onsnow-covered and ice-packed roads,sand and mud, as well as on s

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Black plate (19,1)NOTElIf the ignition is switched off while the seatwarmer is operating (High, Mid or Low)and then switched ON again, the seatwarmer

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Black plate (190,1)qTires and Tire ChainsThe cond ition of the tires plays a largerole in the performance of the vehicle.Moreover, to prevent adverse

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Black plate (191,1)Power SteeringlPower steering is only operable whenthe engine is running. If the engine isoff or if the power steering system isino

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Black plate (192,1)Cruise ControlWith cruise contr ol, you can set and automatically maintain any speed of more than about25 km/h (16 mph).WARNINGDo n

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Black plate (193,1)qActivation/DeactivationTo activate the system, press the ONswitch.The cruis e main indicator light (Amber)illuminates.Refer to War

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Black plate (194,1)To increase speed using acceleratorpedalDepress the accelerator pedal to accelerateto the desired speed. Press the SETorSET - switc

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Black plate (195,1)Tire Pressure Monitoring SystemlThe Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) monitors the air pressure of all fourwheels. If the air

Seite 108 - Security System

Black plate (196,1)CAUTIONØ Each tire, including the spare (if provided), shou ld be checked monthly when coldand inflated to the inflation pressure r

Seite 109 - Theft-Deterrent System

Black plate (197,1)NOTEBecause this system detects slight changes in tire conditions, the timing of the warning may be fasteror slower in the followin

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Black plate (198,1)4. While the vehicle is parked, press andhold the tire pressure monitoringsystem set switch and verify that thetire pressure monito

Seite 111 - Driving Tips

Black plate (199,1)Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) SystemíThe Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) system is designed to assist the driver by monitoringblind spots

Seite 112 - Floor Mat

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Seite 113 - Winter Driving

Black plate (20,1)CAUTIONØ When operating the rear seatbackknob, make sure you support theseatback with your hand. If theseatback is not supported wit

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Black plate (200,1)lThe radar sensors do not detect human, animal, or static objects such as fences. In addition, thesystem pauses when the selector l

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Black plate (201,1)lIf the vehicle is driven on a road with less traffic and few vehicles that the radar sensors candetect, the system may pause (The

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Black plate (202,1)qBSM OFF SwitchWhen the BSM OFF switch is pressed,the BSM system turns off and the BSMOFF indicator light illuminates.Press the BSM

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Black plate (203,1)Rear View MonitoríThe rear view monitor is a visual assist system when reversing the vehicle that providesimages from the rear of t

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Black plate (204,1)NOTElIf water, snow, or mud is stuck on the camera lens, wipe it off using a soft cloth. If it cannot bewiped off, use a mild deter

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Black plate (205,1)qDisplayable Range on the ScreenThe images on the screen may be different from the actual conditions.(Screen display)(Actual view)O

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Black plate (206,1)qViewing the DisplayGuide lines which indicate the width of the vehicle (yellow) are displayed on the screen asa reference to the a

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Black plate (207,1)2. Confirming the surrounding conditions, reverse the vehicle.(Display condition) (Vehicle condition)3. After your vehicle begins e

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Black plate (208,1)5. Once they are parallel, straighten the wheels and back your vehicle slowly into theparking space. Continue checking the vehicle&

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Black plate (209,1)NOTEBecause there may be a difference between the displayed image, such as indicated below, and theactual conditions when parking,

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Black plate (21,1)CAUTIONØ Check the position of a front seatbefore folding a seatback.Depending on the position of afront seat, it may not be possibl

Seite 125 - When Driving

Black plate (210,1)qVariance Between Actual Road Conditions and Displayed ImageSome variance occurs between the actual road and the displayed road. Su

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Black plate (211,1)When th ere is a steep grade behind the vehicleWhen there is a steep upgrade (downgrade) behind the vehicle, the object displayed o

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Black plate (212,1)Three-dimensional object on vehicle rearBecause the distance guide lines are displayed based on a flat surface, the distance to the

Seite 128 - Start/Stop Engine

Black plate (213,1)2. Touch the on-screen button.3. Touch theon-screen button.When DrivingRear View Monitor4-89CX-5_8CA5-EA-11L_Edition3 Page213Friday

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Black plate (215,1)5Interior FeaturesUse of various features for ride comfort, including air-conditioning and audiosystem.Climate Control System ...

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Black plate (216,1)Operating TipslOperate the climate control systemwith the engine running.lTo prevent the battery from beingdischarged, do not leave

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Black plate (217,1)Vent OperationqAdjusting the VentsDirecting airflowTo adjust the direction of airflow, movethe adjustment knob.NOTEWhen using the a

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Black plate (218,1)qSelecting the Airflow ModeDashboard VentsDashboard and Floor VentsFloor VentsDefroster and Floor VentsDefroster Vents5-4Interior F

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Black plate (219,1)Manual TypeTemperature control dialAir intake selector (recirculated air position)Air intake selector (outside air position)A/C swi

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Black plate (22,1)2. Pull the strap on the back of theseatback to fold the seatback forward.To return the seatbacks to the uprightposition1. Lift the

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Black plate (220,1)NOTEThe air conditioner may not function when theoutside temperature approaches 0 °C (32 °F).Air intake selectorThis switch control

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Black plate (221,1)CAUTIONIf the air conditioner is used whiledriving up long hills or in heavytraffic, monitor the engine coolanttemperature warning

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Black plate (222,1)qDehumidifying (With air conditioner)Operate the air conditioner in cool or coldweather to help defog the windshi eld andside windo

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Black plate (223,1)Fully Automatic TypeClimate control information is displayed on the display.Airflow displayTemperature setting display (driver)Mode

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Black plate (224,1)Temperature control dialThis dial controls temperature. Turn itclockwise for hot and counterclockwisefor cold.lWhen the DUAL switch

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Black plate (225,1)Outside air position ( )Use this mode for ventilation orwindshield defrosting.WARNINGDo not use the position in cold orrainy weathe

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Black plate (226,1)WARNINGSet the temperature control to the hotor warm position when defogging (position):Using theposition with thetemperature contr

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Black plate (227,1)AntennaíqType AThe antenna is incorporated into thewindow glass.CAUTIONWhen washing the inside of thewindow which has an antenna, u

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Black plate (228,1)Do not spill any liquid on the audiosystem.Do not insert any objects, other than CDs,into the slot.qRadio ReceptionAM characteristi

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Black plate (229,1)Multipath noiseSince FM signals can be reflected byobstructions, it is possible to receive boththe direct signal and the reflected

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Black plate (23,1)qArmrestíThe rear armrest in the center of the rearseatback can be used (no occupant in thecenter seat) or placed upright.Head Restr

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Black plate (230,1)qOperating Tips for CD PlayerCondensation phenomenonImmediately after turning on the heaterwhen the vehicle is cold, the CD oroptic

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Black plate (231,1)lThe CD player has been designed toplay CDs bearing the identificationlogo as shown below. No other discscan be played.lUse discs t

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Black plate (232,1)lCompletely read the instruction manualand cautions for CD-R/CD-RWs.lDo not use discs with cellophane tapeadhering, partially peele

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Black plate (233,1)05060102030415423Folder No.Level1Level2Level3Level4Playback may not occur in the above hierarchy depending on the audio unit.: Trac

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Black plate (234,1)Multi-sessionA session is the complete amount of datarecorded from the beginning to the end ofa single period of CD-ROM, CD-R/CD-RW

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Black plate (235,1)lTrack, artist and album nameinformation is recorded as data termed“WMA-Tag”, and this information isdisplayable.lWMA files written

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Black plate (236,1)qOperating Tips for USB memoryThis unit supports playback of MP3/WMA/AAC files recorded to USBmemory.NOTElMusic data (MP3/WMA/AAC (

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Black plate (237,1)lWMA files written under specificationsother than the indicated specificationmay not play normally or files or foldernames may not

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Black plate (238,1)CAUTIONØ Remove the iPod when it is not inuse. Because the iPod is notdesigned to withstand excessivechanges in temperature inside

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Black plate (239,1)Audio Set (Type A)Power/Volume/Sound Controls ... page 5-26Op

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Black plate (24,1)Front outboard seatRear outboard seatRear center seatRemoval/InstallationTo remove the head restraint, pull it upwhile pressing the

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Black plate (240,1)qPower/Volume/Sound ControlsAudio control dialPower/Volume dialPower ON/OFFSwitch the ignition to ACC or ON. Pressthe power/volume

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Black plate (241,1)NOTEAbout 5 seconds after selecting any mode, thevolume function will be automatically selected.To reset bass, treble, fade, and ba

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Black plate (242,1)qOperating the RadioSeek tuning buttonsBand selector buttonsScan buttonAuto memory buttonManual tuning/Audio control dialChannel pr

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Black plate (243,1)2. Depress a channel preset button forabout 2 seconds until a beep is heard.The preset channel number or stationfrequency will be d

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Black plate (244,1)qOperating the Compact Disc (CD) PlayerTrack up/Fast-forward buttonLoad buttonTrack down/Reverse buttonFolder up buttonFolder down

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Black plate (245,1)Folder search (during MP3/WMA/AACCD playback)To change to the previous folder, press thefolder down button (), or press thefolder u

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Black plate (246,1)(CD random)Press the random button (2) two timesduring playback to play the songs on theCD randomly. “DISC RDM” is displayedduring

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Black plate (247,1)NOTEThe number of characters which can bedisplayed is restricted.Message displayIf “CHECK CD” is displayed, it meansthat there is s

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Black plate (249,1)Audio Set (Type B)CAUTIONDo not press the panel strongly or press it with a sharp-pointed object. Otherwise,the panel could be dama

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Black plate (25,1)Seat Belt PrecautionsSeat belts help to d ecrease the possibility of severe injury during accidents and suddenstops. Mazda recommend

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Black plate (250,1)qPower/Volume/Display/Sound ControlsSetup buttonAudio control dialAudio buttonPhone buttonNavigation buttonPower/Volume dialPower O

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Black plate (251,1)The display can be turned back on asfollows:lPress the audio button ( )todisplay the audio screen.lPress the navigation button ( )t

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Black plate (252,1)AudioPilot®2*4AudioPilot®2 automatically adjusts audiovolume and sound quality in accordancewith the level of noise entering the ve

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Black plate (254,1)qOperating the RadioSeek tuning buttonsManual tuning dialAudio buttonRadio ONPress the audio button () and touchtheon-screen tab.Ba

Seite 174 - Switches and Controls

Black plate (255,1)Scan tun ingYou can search for receivable radiostations by touching theon-screenbutton.Scanning stops at each station for aboutfive

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Black plate (256,1)Ex.)89.3 is currently being received. WithRock selected as the Genre, the radiostations broadcasting Rock are at thefollowing frequ

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Black plate (257,1)The number of multi-cast channels whichcan be received differs depending on theradio station.NOTElIf an analog broadcast is receive

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Black plate (258,1)qOperating the Satellite RadioíSeek tuning buttonsManual tuning dialAudio buttonWhat is satellite radio?With over 130 channels, SIR

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Black plate (259,1)Displaying the SIRIUS ID (ESN)Turn the manual tuning dial and selectchannel 0 to display the twelve-digitElectronic Serial Number (

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Black plate (26,1)Have your seat belts changed immediately if the pretensioner or load limiter hasbeen expended:Always have an Authorized Mazda Dealer

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Black plate (260,1)NOTEWhen the subscription contract is canceled, allof the channels including channel 184 appearas unsubscribed.Preset channel progr

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Black plate (261,1)NOTEThe on-screen button is displayed only if awhole title cannot be displayed at one time.Instant replayThis function allows you t

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Black plate (262,1)Parental unlockChannels locked using the parental lockfunction can be unlocked.1. Select a channel to be unlocked byturning the man

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Black plate (263,1)NOTEMaster code:The Master Code is used to initialize or re-initialize the code in the event that the code isnot set to [0000] and/

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Black plate (264,1)Seek alert settingOn or off switching to song seek, artistseek, or game alert function, and deletionof stored information can be pe

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Black plate (266,1)qOperating the Compact Disc (CD) PlayerCD slotAudio buttonCD eject buttonTrack up/Fast-forward buttonTrack down/Reverse buttonFile

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Black plate (267,1)Track searchOperations using audio panelPress the track up button ( ) or turn thefile dial clockwise once to skip forward tothe beg

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Black plate (268,1)Music scanDuring music CD playbackThis function scans the titles on a CD andplays 10 seconds of each song to aid youin finding a so

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Black plate (269,1)Display scrollIf a whole title cannot be displayed at onetime, touch theon-screen button onthe right side of the title. When the la

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Black plate (27,1)qPregnant Women and Persons with Serious Medical ConditionsPregnant women shoul d always wear seat belts. Ask your doctor for specif

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Black plate (270,1)SoundRefer to Power/Volume/Display/SoundControls on page 5-36.VehiclelDoor LockslLight ControllWipers Control1. Press the setup but

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Black plate (271,1)NOTElThe talk button, pick-up button, and hang-up button are operable with the audio unitturned off.lMazda has installed this syste

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Black plate (272,1)AUX/USB/iPod modeíAudio can be heard from the vehicle'sspeakers by connecting a commercially-available portable audio unit to

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Black plate (273,1)WARNINGDo not adjust the portable audio unitor a similar product while driv ing thevehicle:Adjusting the portable audio unit ora si

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Black plate (274,1)Connecting with connector cable1. Open the console lid.2. Open the auxiliary jack/USB port lid.3. Pass the connection plug cord thr

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Black plate (275,1)NOTElWhen the device is not connected to theauxiliary jack, the mode does not switch tothe AUX mode.lSet the volume of the portable

Seite 197 - Initialization

Black plate (276,1)qHow to use USB mode (Type A)Track up/Fast-forward buttonTrack down/Reverse buttonRepeat buttonRandom buttonFolder down buttonFolde

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Black plate (277,1)NOTEIf the unit is left in scan, normal playback willresume where scan was selected.Repeat playback(Track repeat)Press the repeat b

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Black plate (278,1)Error MessagesWhen the message “CHECK USB” isdisplayed, it indicates that there is someerror in the USB memory. Verify that thecont

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Black plate (28,1)Seat BeltqFastening the Seat BeltSeat belt buckleSeat belt tonguePosition the lap belt as low as possible,not on the abdominal area,

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Black plate (280,1)qHow to use USB mode (Type B)Audio buttonPower/Volume dialTrack up/Fast-forward buttonTrack down/Reverse buttonFile dialType Playab

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Black plate (281,1)Operations on screenTouch theon-screen button once toskip forward to the beginning of the nexttrack.Touch theon-screen button withi

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Black plate (282,1)Shuffle playback(To listen to tracks in shuffled orderwithin a folder)Touch theon-screen button duringplayback. “” is displayed dur

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Black plate (284,1)qHow to use iPod mode (Type A)Track up/Fast-forward buttonTrack down/Reverse buttonRepeat buttonRandom button Category down buttonC

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Black plate (285,1)NOTEThe types of categories include Playlist, Artist,Album, Song, Podcast, Genre, Composer, andAudio book.List searchPress the list

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Black plate (286,1)NOTElThe information (artist name, music name)is displayed only when the iPod hasinformation which can be displayed.lThis unit cann

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Black plate (288,1)qHow to use iPod mode (Type B)Audio buttonPower/Volume dialTrack up/Fast-forward buttonTrack down/Reverse buttonFile dialThe conn e

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Black plate (289,1)Track searchOperations using audio panelPress the track up button ( ) or turn thefile dial clockwise once to skip forward tothe beg

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Black plate (29,1)Seat Belt Warning SystemsIf it detects that the driver's seat belt isunfastened, the warning light or beepalerts the driver.Ref

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Black plate (290,1)NOTEThe track number being shuffle played is in theorder of the iPod shuffle table.Text scrollIf a whole title cannot be displayed

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Black plate (291,1)Bluetooth®íBluetooth®Hands-Free outlineWhen a Bluetooth®device (mob ile phone) is connected to the vehicle's Hands-Free unitvi

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Black plate (292,1)qComponent PartsMicrophoneTalk button, Pick-up button and Hang-up buttonMicrophoneTalk buttonHang-up buttonPick-up buttonAudio unit

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Black plate (293,1)Conversation volume and the volume of the voice guidance and ringtone can each be set inadvance.1. Touch theon-screen tab to displa

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Black plate (294,1)3. Touch the on-screen button todisplay the message and switch to thedevice operation.4. Using your device, perform a searchfor the

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Black plate (295,1)3. Touch the device name which iscurrently connected to display thedevice information screen.4. Touch theon-screen button todisconn

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Black plate (296,1)NOTElThe Bluetooth®Hands-Free system isoperable several seconds after the ignitionis switched to ACC or ON (requires lessthan 15 se

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Black plate (297,1)NOTEIf the voice recognition performance is notsatisfactory.Refer to Troubleshooting on page 5-91.Bluetooth® Hands-FreeqMaking a Ca

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Black plate (298,1)8. Say: [Beep] “XXX XX... (Ex. “athome”)”9. Prompt: “XXXXX... (Ex. “John”)XXXX (Ex. “at home”). Press the pick-up button to call, o

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Black plate (299,1)2. Prompt: “Available options are: Call,Dial, Redial, Call back , Setup orEmergency.”3. Say: [Beep] “Redial”4. A call is made to th

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Black plate (3,1)Thank you for choosing a Mazda. We at Mazda design and build vehicles with completecustomer satisfaction in mind.To help ensure enjoy

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Black plate (30,1)Load limiter:The load limiting system releases beltwebbing in a controlled manner to reducebelt force on the occupant's chest.

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Black plate (300,1)6. Prompt: “XXXXXXXXXXX. (Ex“5551234”) (Telephone number (firstchoice))”7. Prompt: “Press the pick-up button todial, or continue to

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Black plate (301,1)qHanging Up a CallPress the hang-up button or touch theon-screen button during the call.qMuteThe microphone can be muted durin g ac

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Black plate (302,1)Bluetooth® AudioApplicable Bluetooth®specificationVer. 2.0 or higherResponse profilelA2DP (Advanced Audio DistributionProfile) Ver.

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Black plate (303,1)3. Press the audio button ( ) andthen touch theon-screen tab toswitch to the Bluetooth®audio modeand start playback.NOTElIf the Blu

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Black plate (304,1)Shuffle playback (only AVRCP Ver. 1.4)Folder shuffleTouch the on-screen button duringplayback to play the songs in the foldershuffl

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Black plate (305,1)TroubleshootingBluetooth®does not operate under the following conditions. Check whether the followingconditions apply to your Bluet

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Black plate (306,1)Device pairing, connection problemsSymptom Cause Solution methodUnable to perform pairing―First make sure the device iscompatible w

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Black plate (307,1)Voice recognition related problemsSymptom Cause Solution methodPoor voice recognitionlExcessive, slow speech.lExcessive, forceful s

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Black plate (308,1)Other problemsSymptom Cause Solution methodThe indication for the remainingbattery is different between thevehicle and the deviceTh

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Black plate (309,1)SunvisorsWhen you need a sunvisor, lower it foruse in front or swing it to the side.SunvisorqSide Extension SunvisorsíThe visor ext

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Black plate (31,1)NOTElThe pretensioner system will activate in amoderate or greater frontal or near-frontal,or a severe side collision. It will notac

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Black plate (310,1)Interior LightsOverhead LightsSwitchPositionOverhead LightsLight offlLight is on when any door is openlLight is on or off when thei

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Black plate (311,1)Luggage Compartment Ligh tsSwitchPositionLuggage Compartment LightLight offLight on when the liftgate is openqIlluminated Entry Sys

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Black plate (312,1)ClockThe time is displayed when the ignition isswitched to ACC or ON.With Fully Automatic Type ClimateControl SystemClockWith Manua

Seite 239

Black plate (313,1)Accessory SocketsOnly use genuine Mazda accessories orthe equivalent requiring no greater than120 W (DC 12 V, 10 A).FrontThe igniti

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Black plate (314,1)CAUTIONØ To prevent accessory socketdamage or electrical failure, payattention to the following:ØDo not use accessories thatrequire

Seite 241

Black plate (315,1)Cup HolderWARNINGNever use a cup holder to hold hotliquids while the vehicle is moving:Using a cup holder to hold hot liquidswhile

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Black plate (316,1)Bottle HolderBottle holders are on the inside of thedoors.Bottle holderCAUTIONDo not use the bottle holders forcontainers without c

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Black plate (317,1)qGlove CompartmentTo open the glove compartment, pull thelatch toward you.qCenter ConsoleTo open, pull the relea se latch.Storage t

Seite 244

Black plate (318,1)qRear Coat HooksWARNINGNever hang heavy or sharp objects onthe assist grips and coat hooks:Hanging heavy or sharp-endedobjects such

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Black plate (319,1)NOTESome golf bags cannot fit depending on theirsize.Interior FeaturesInterior Equipment5-105CX-5_8CA5-EA-11L_Edition3 Page319Frida

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Black plate (32,1)WARNINGFastening the Center-Rear Seat Beltwith Only One Buckle:Fastening the center-rear seat beltwith only one buckle is dangerous.

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Black plate (321,1)6Maintenance and CareHow to keep your Mazda in top condition.Essential Information ...

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Black plate (322,1)IntroductionBe extremely careful and prevent injury to yourself and others or damage to your vehiclewhen using this manual for insp

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Black plate (323,1)Any auto repair shop using parts equivalent to your Mazda's original equipment mayperform maintenance. But we recommend that i

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Black plate (324,1)Scheduled Maintenance (U.S.A., Canada, and Puerto Rico)Follow Schedule 1 if the vehicle is operat ed mainly where none of the follo

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Black plate (325,1)qSchedule 1Maintenance IntervalNumber of months or kilometers (miles), whichever comes firstMonths 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48×1000 km 1

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Black plate (326,1)Maintenance IntervalNumber of months or kilometers (miles), whichever comes firstMonths 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48×1000 km 12 24 36 48

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Black plate (327,1)qSchedule 2Maintenance IntervalNumber of months or kilometers (miles), whichever comes firstMonths 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40 44 4

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Black plate (328,1)Maintenance IntervalNumber of months or kilometers (miles), whichever comes firstMonths 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40 44 48×1000 km 8

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Black plate (329,1)Scheduled Maintenance (Mexico)Follow Schedule 1 if the vehicle is operat ed mainly where none of the following conditionsapply.lRep

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Black plate (33,1)Do not use an improper extender:Using a seat belt extender that is foranother person or a different vehicleor seat is dangerous. The

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Black plate (330,1)qSchedule 1Maintenance IntervalNumber of months or kilometers, whichever comes firstMonths 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 54 60 66 72×1000

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Black plate (331,1)Maintenance IntervalNumber of months or kilometers, whichever comes firstMonths 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 54 60 66 72×1000 km 10 20 30

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Black plate (332,1)qSchedule 2Maintenance IntervalNumber of months or kilometers, whichever comes firstMonths 3 6 9 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 33 36×1000 km

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Black plate (333,1)Maintenance IntervalNumber of months or kilometers, whichever comes firstMonths 3 6 9 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 33 36×1000 km 5 10 15 20

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Black plate (334,1)(Cont.)Maintenance IntervalNumber of months or kilometers, whichever comes firstMonths 39 42 45 48 51 54 57 60 63 66 69 72×1000 km

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Black plate (335,1)Maintenance IntervalNumber of months or kilometers, whichever comes firstMonths 39 42 45 48 51 54 57 60 63 66 69 72×1000 km 65 70 7

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Black plate (336,1)Owner Maintenance PrecautionsThe owner or a qualified service technician should make these vehicle inspections at theindicated inte

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Black plate (337,1)WARNINGDo not perform main tenance work if you lack sufficient knowledge and experience orthe proper tools and equipment to do the

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Black plate (338,1)HoodWARNINGAlways check that the hood is closedand securely locked:A hood that is not closed andsecurely locked is dangerous as itc

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Black plate (339,1)qClosing the Hood1. Check under the hood area to makecertain all filler caps are in place andall loose items (e.g. tools, oilcontai

Seite 268

Black plate (34,1)Child Restraint PrecautionsMazda strongly urges the use of child-restraint systems for children small enough to usethem.You are requ

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Black plate (340,1)Engine Compartment OverviewWindshield washer fluid reservoirEngine oil-filler capBrake/Clutch fluid reservoirEngine oil dipstickBat

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Black plate (341,1)Engine OilNOTEChanging the engine oil should be performedby an Authorized Mazda Dealer.Refer to Introduction (page 6-2) for owner&a

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Black plate (342,1)(ILSAC)(Mexico)Use SAE 5W-30 engine oil. If SAE 5W-30 engine oil is not available, use SAE5W-20 engine oil.The quali ty designation

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Black plate (343,1)Engine CoolantqInspecting Coolant LevelWARNINGDo not use a match or live flame in theengine compartment. DO NOT ADDCOOLANT WHEN THE

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Black plate (344,1)CAUTIONØ Radiator coolant will damagepaint.Rinse it off quickly if spilled.Ø Use only soft (demineralized)water in the coolant mixt

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Black plate (345,1)Brake/Clutch FluidqInspecting Brake/Clutch Fluid LevelThe brakes and clutch draw fluid from thesame reservoir.Inspect the fluid lev

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Black plate (346,1)Washer FluidqInspecting Washer Fluid LevelWARNINGUse only windshield washer fluid orplain water in the reservoir:Using radiator ant

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Black plate (347,1)Body LubricationAll moving points of the body, such asdoor and hood hinges and locks, shouldbe lubricated each time the engine oil

Seite 277

Black plate (348,1)qReplacing Windshield Wiper BladesWhen the wipers no longer clean well, theblades are probably worn or cracked.Replace them.CAUTION

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Black plate (349,1)5. Remove the metal stiffeners from eachblade rubber and install them in thenew blade.CAUTIONØ Do not bend or discard thestiffeners

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Black plate (35,1)WARNINGUse the correct size child-restraint system:For effective protection in vehicle accidents and sudden stops, a child must bepr

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Black plate (350,1)2. Firmly rotate the wiper blade to theright until it unlocks, then remove theblade.CAUTIONTo prevent damage to the rearwindow, do

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Black plate (351,1)BatteryWARNINGWash hands after handling the battery and related accessories:Battery posts, terminals and related accessories contai

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Black plate (352,1)Keep all flames, including cigarettes, and sparks away from open battery cells:Flames and sparks near open battery cells are danger

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Black plate (353,1)Replace Electrical BatteryIf the buttons on the transmitter areinoperable and the operation indicatorlight does not flash, the batt

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Black plate (354,1)3. Insert the small, flathead screwdriverinto the gap between the cover and thetransmitter, and then rotate thescrewdriver to detac

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Black plate (355,1)CAUTIONØ Be careful not to allow the rubberring shown in the figure to bescratched or damaged.Ø If the rubber ring detaches,reattac

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Black plate (356,1)qTire Inflation PressureWARNINGAlways inflate the tires to the correctpressure:Overinflation or underinflation oftires is dangerous

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Black plate (357,1)During rotation, inspect them for correctbalance.Do not include (TEMPORARY USE ONLY) spare tire in rotation.ForwardAlso, inspect th

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Black plate (358,1)NOTETires degrade over time, even when they arenot being used on the road. It is recommendedthat tires generally be replaced when t

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Black plate (359,1)CAUTIONA wrong-sized wheel may adverselyaffect:Ø Tire fitØ Wheel and bearing lifeØ Ground clearanceØ Snow-chain clearanceØ Speedome

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Black plate (36,1)Vehicles with a front passenger air bag have a warning label attached as shownbelow. The warning label reminds you not to put a rear

Seite 291 - Bluetooth®

Black plate (360,1)Light BulbsWith xenon fusion headlights With halogen headlightsRear map lightsOverhead light (Front)/ Map lightsLuggage compartment

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Black plate (361,1)WARNINGDo not replace the xenon fusion bulbsyourself:Replacing the xenon fusion bulbsyourself is dangerous. Because thexenon fusion

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Black plate (362,1)4. Turn the socket and bulb assembly toremove it. Carefully remove the bulbfrom its socket in the reflector bygently pulling it str

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Black plate (363,1)Low-beam bulbsHigh-beam bulbs/Daytime runninglights6. Install the new bulb in the reverse orderof the removal procedure.Front turn

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Black plate (364,1)6. Disconnect the bulb from the socket.7. Install the new bulb in the reverse orderof the removal procedure.Fog light sí1. Make sur

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Black plate (365,1)6. Turn the socket and bulb assembly toremove it. Carefully remove the bulbfrom its socket in the reflector bygently pulling it str

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Black plate (366,1)Brake lights/TaillightsRear turn signal lightsRear side-marker lightsTaillights (Liftgate side)Reverse lights5. Install the new bul

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Black plate (367,1)2. Wrap a flathead screwdriver with a softcloth to prevent damage to the lens,and then remove the lens by carefullyprying on the ed

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Black plate (368,1)Vanity mirror lights3. Install the new bulb in the reverse orderof the removal procedure.Luggage compartment light1. Wrap a small f

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Black plate (369,1)FusesYour vehicle's electrical system isprotected by fuses.If any lights, accessories, or controls donot work, inspect the app

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Black plate (37,1)Seating a child in a child-restraint system on the front passenger seat is dangerousunder certain conditions (With Driver and Front

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Black plate (370,1)CAUTIONAlways replace a fuse with a genuineMazda fuse or equivalent of the samerating. Otherwise you may damagethe electric system.

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Black plate (371,1)qFuse Panel DescriptionFuse block (Engine compartment)DESCRIPTIONFUSERATINGPROTECTED COMPONENT1 ADD FAN GE 30 A Cooling fan2 IG2 30

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Black plate (372,1)DESCRIPTIONFUSERATINGPROTECTED COMPONENT18 WIPER 20 A Front window wiper and washer19 HEATER 40 A Air conditioner20 DCDC REG ――21 E

Seite 305 - Troubleshooting

Black plate (373,1)DESCRIPTIONFUSERATINGPROTECTED COMPONENT53 HORN 15 A Horn54 ROOM 15 A Overhead light*1 With xenon fusion headlights*2 With halogen

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Black plate (374,1)DESCRIPTIONFUSERATINGPROTECTED COMPONENT13 ―― ―14 ―― ―15 ―― ―16 ―― ―17 M.DEF 7.5 A Mirror defrosterí18 ―― ―19 ―― ―20 ―― ―21 ―― ―6-5

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Black plate (375,1)Exterior CareThe paint work on your Mazda representsthe latest technical developments incomposition and methods of application.Envi

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Black plate (376,1)PreventionIt is necessary to wash and wax yourvehicle to preserve its finish according tothe instructions in this section. Theseste

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Black plate (377,1)If the vehicle is washed improperly, thepaint surface could be scratched. Here aresome examples of how scratching couldoccur.Scratc

Seite 310 - Interior Equipment

Black plate (378,1)WARNINGDry off brakes that have become wetby driving slowly, releasing theaccelerator pedal and lightly applyingthe brakes several

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Black plate (379,1)CAUTIONDo not use steel wool, abrasivecleaners, or strong detergentscontaining highly alkaline or causticagents on chrome-plated or

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Black plate (38,1)Never use one seat belt on more than one person at a time:Using one seat belt for more than one person at a time is dangerous. A sea

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Black plate (380,1)qPlastic Part MaintenancelWhen cleaning the plastic lenses of thelights, do not use gasoline, kerose ne,rectified spirit, paint, th

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Black plate (381,1)LeatheríRemove dust and sand first using avacuum cleaner or other means, then wipedirt off using a soft cloth with a leathercleaner

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Black plate (382,1)To keep the fabric looking clean andfresh, take care of it. Otherwise its colorwill be affected, it can be stained easily,and its f

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Black plate (383,1)qCleaning the Floor MatsRubber floor mats should be cleaned withmild soap and water only.WARNINGDo not use rubber cleaners, such as

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Black plate (385,1)7If Trouble ArisesHelpful information on what to do if a problem arises with the vehicle.Parking in an Emergency ...

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Black plate (386,1)Parking in an EmergencyThe hazard warning lights should alwaysbe used when you stop on or near aroadway in an emergency.The hazard

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Black plate (387,1)Spare Tire and Tool StorageSpare tire and tools are stored in the locat ions illustrated in the diagram.Except MexicoSpare tireSpar

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Black plate (388,1)MexicoSpare tireSpare tire hold-down boltJackLug wrenchJack leverTiedown eyelet (Short type) Tiedown eyelet (Long type)7-4If Troubl

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Black plate (389,1)qJackTo remove the jack1. Open the trunk board.2. Secure the trunk board by attaching thehook to the head restraint.Without luggage

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Black plate (39,1)Child-Restraint System InstallationqChild-Restraint System TypesIn this owner's manual, explanation ofchild-restraint systems i

Seite 324 - Scheduled Maintenance

Black plate (390,1)WARNINGDo not install the temporary spare tireon the front wheels (driving wheels):Driving with the temporary spare tireon one of t

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Black plate (391,1)3. Turn the spare tire hold-down boltcounterclockwise.Spare tire hold-down boltTo secure the spare tireStore the spare tire in the

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Black plate (392,1)4. Have everyone get out of the vehicleand away from the vehicle and traffic.5. Remove the jack, tool, and spare tire(page 7-3).6.

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Black plate (393,1)5. Place the jack under the jack- upposition closest to the tire beingchanged with the jack head squarelyunder the jack-up point.Ja

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Black plate (394,1)7. Insert the jack lever and atta ch the lugwrench to tire jack.8. Turn the jack handle clockwise andraise the vehicle high enough

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Black plate (395,1)qLocking Lug NutsIf your vehicle has optional antitheftwheel lug nuts, one on each wheel willlock the tires and y ou must use a spe

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Black plate (396,1)3. Install the lug nuts with the bevelededge inward; tighten them by hand.WARNINGDo not apply oil or grease to lug nutsand bolts an

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Black plate (397,1)7. Remove the tire blocks and store thetools and jack.8. Check the inflation pressure. Refer toTires on page 9-7.9. Have the flat t

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Black plate (398,1)Jump-StartingJump-starting is dangerous if done incorrectly. So follow the procedure carefully. If youfeel unsure about jump-starti

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Black plate (399,1)CAUTIONUse only a 12 V booster system. You can damage a 12 V starter, ignition system, andother electrical parts beyond repair with

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Black plate (4,1)We want to help you get the most drivingpleasure from your vehicle. Your owner'smanual, when read from cover to cover,can do tha

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Black plate (40,1)Installing Child-RestraintSystemsAccident statistics reveal that a child issafer in the rear seat. The front passenger'sseat is

Seite 336 - Owner Maintenance

Black plate (400,1)5. Start the engine of the booster vehicleand run it a few minutes. Then start theengine of the other vehicle.6. When finished, car

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Black plate (401,1)Starting a Flooded EngineIf the engine fails to start, it may beflooded (excessive fuel in the engine).Follow this procedure:1. If

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Black plate (402,1)OverheatingIf the High engine coolant temperaturewarning light illuminates, the vehicleloses powe r, or you hear a loud knocki ngor

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Black plate (403,1)If you find a leak or other damage, or ifcoolant is still leaking:Stop the engine and call an AuthorizedMazda Dealer.If you find no

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Black plate (404,1)Towing DescriptionWe recommend that towing be done onlyby an Authorized Mazda Dealer or acommercial tow-truck service.Proper liftin

Seite 341 - Engine Oil

Black plate (405,1)CAUTIONØ Do not tow the vehicle pointedbackward with driving wheels onthe ground. This may causeinternal damage to the transaxle.Ø

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Black plate (406,1)RearCAUTIONDo not use excessive force as it maydamage the cap or scratch thepainted bumper surface.NOTERemove the cap completely an

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Black plate (407,1)CAUTIONIf the tiedown eyelet is not securelytightened, it may loosen or disengagefrom the bumper when tying thevehicle. Make sure t

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Black plate (408,1)When Warning/IndicatorLights Illuminate/FlashqIf the brake system warning lightilluminatesIf the light stays on after the parking b

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Black plate (409,1)qIf the antilock brake system(ABS) warning light illuminatesIf the ABS warning light stays on whileyou're driving, the ABS con

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Black plate (41,1)WARNINGAlways attach the tether strap to thecorrect tether anchor position:Attaching the tether strap to theincorrect tether anchor

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Black plate (410,1)qIf the engine oil pressure warninglight illuminatesThis warning light indicates low engineoil pressure.If the light illuminates wh

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Black plate (411,1)qIf the high engine coolanttemperature warning light (red)illuminates or flashesThe light flashes when the engine coolanttemperatur

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Black plate (412,1)qIf the automatic transaxlewarning light illuminatesThe light illuminates when the transaxlehas a problem.CAUTIONIf the automatic t

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Black plate (413,1)WARNINGNever tampe r with the air bag/pretensioner systems and always havean Authorized Mazda Dealer performall servicing and repai

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Black plate (414,1)qIf the traction control system (TCS)OFF indicator light illuminatesIf the light remains illuminated and theTCS is not switched off

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Black plate (415,1)qIf the security indicator lightilluminates or flashesIf the engine does not start with thecorrect key, and the security indicatorl

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Black plate (416,1)Warning Sound is ActivatedqLights-On ReminderIf lights are on and the ignition isswitched to ACC or the ignition isswitched off, a

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Black plate (417,1)qIgnition Not Switched Off(STOP) Warning BeepIf the driver's door is opened while theignition is switched to ACC, a continuous

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Black plate (418,1)qKey Left-in-vehicle Warning Beep(With the advanced keyless function)When any door is opened from theoutside while the key is insid

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Black plate (419,1)When Liftgate Cannot beOpenedIf the vehicle battery is dead or there is amalfunction in the electrical system andthe liftgate can n

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Black plate (42,1)4. To get the retractor into the automaticlocking mode, pull the shoulder beltportion of the seat belt until the entirelength of the

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Black plate (420,1)7-36CX-5_8CA5-EA-11L_Edition3 Page420Friday, June 22 2012 3:48 PMForm No.8CA5-EA-11L

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Black plate (421,1)8Customer Information and ReportingSafety DefectsImportant consumer information including warranties and add-on equipment.Customer

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Black plate (422,1)Customer Assistance (U.S.A.)Your complete and permanent satisfaction is our business. We are here to serve you. AllAuthorized Mazda

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Black plate (423,1)By letter at:Attn: Customer AssistanceMazda North American Operati ons7755 Irvine Center DriveIrvine, CA 92618-2922P.O. Box 19734Ir

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Black plate (424,1)The whol e process normally takes 40 days or less. The arbitration decision is not bindingon you or Mazda unless you accept the dec

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Black plate (425,1)6. You are required to use BBB AUTO LINE before asserting in court any rights orremedies conferred by California Civil Code Section

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Black plate (426,1)10. You may reject the decision issued by a BBB AUTO LINE arbitrator. If you reject thedecision, you will be free to pursue further

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Black plate (427,1)Customer Assistance (Canada)qSatisfaction Review ProcessYour complete and permanent satisfaction is of primary concern to Mazda. Al

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Black plate (428,1)Please recognize that the resolution of service problems in most cases requires the use ofyour Mazda dealer's service faciliti

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Black plate (429,1)CAMVAP is fully implemented in all provinces and territories.Consumers wishing to obtain further information about the Program shou

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Black plate (43,1)WARNINGUse the tether and tether anchor onlyfor a child-restraint system:Using the tether or tether anchor tosecure anything but a c

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Black plate (430,1)Customer Assistance (Puerto Rico)Your complete and permanent satisfaction is our business. That is why all AuthorizedMazda Dealers

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Black plate (431,1)Customer Assistance (Mexico)Your complete and permanent satisfaction is our business. We are here to serve you. AllAuthorized Mazda

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Black plate (432,1)2. Year and model of vehicle3. Vehicle Identification Number (17 digits, noted on your registration or title or located onthe upper

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Black plate (433,1)Importer/DistributorqU.S.A.Mazda North American Operations7755 Irvine Center DriveIrvine, CA 92618-2922 U.S.A.P.O. Box 19734Irvine,

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Black plate (434,1)Triple J Saipan, Inc.(d.b.a. Triple J Motors)P.O. Box 500487 Saipan, MP 96950-0487TEL: (670) 234-7133/3051qAMERICAN SAMOAPolynesia

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Black plate (435,1)Reporting Safety Defects (U.S.A.)If you believe that your vehicle has a defect which could cause a crash or couldcause injury or de

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Black plate (436,1)Reporting Safety Defects (Canada)Canadian customers who wish to report a safety-related defect to Transport Canada, DefectInvestiga

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Black plate (437,1)Warranties for Your MazdalNew Vehicle Limited WarrantylPowertrain Limited WarrantylSafety Restraint System Limited WarrantylAnti-pe

Seite 377 - Appearance Care

Black plate (438,1)Outside the United States/CanadaGovernment regulations in the United States/Canada require that automobiles meet specificemission r

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Black plate (439,1)Registering Your Vehicle in A Foreign Country (ExceptUnited States and Canada)Registering your vehicle in a foreign country may be

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Black plate (44,1)WARNINGAlways move the front passe nger seatas far back as possible if installing afront-facing child-restraint system on itis unavo

Seite 380 - Interior Care

Black plate (440,1)Add-On Non-Genuine Parts and AccessoriesNon-genuine parts and accessories for Mazda vehicles can be found in stores.These may fit y

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Black plate (441,1)Cell Phones WarningWARNINGPlease comply with the legal regulations concernin g the use of communicationequipment in vehicles in you

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Black plate (442,1)Event Data RecorderThis vehicle is equipped with an event data recorder (EDR). The main purpose of an EDRis to record, in certain c

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Black plate (443,1)Uniform Tire Quality Grading System (UTQGS)This information relates to the tire grading system developed by the U.S. NationalHighwa

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Black plate (444,1)WARNINGKeep your vehicle's tires properly inflated and not overloaded:Driving with improperly inflated or overloaded tires is

Seite 385 - If Trouble Arises

Black plate (445,1)Tire LabelingFederal law requires tire manufacturers to place standardized information on the sidewall ofall tir es. This informati

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Black plate (446,1)11. Max. load rating12. Tread wear, traction and temperature grades13. Max. permissible inflation pressure14. SAFETY WARNINGP215/65

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Black plate (447,1)H“H” is the speed rating. The speed rating de notes the maximum speed for which the use ofthe tire is rated.Letter Rating Speed Rat

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Black plate (448,1)Tread Wear, Traction and Temperature GradesTread wear: The tread wear grade is a comparative rating based on the wear rate of the t

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Black plate (449,1)qInformation on Temporary TiresPlease refer to the sample below.1. Temporary tires2. Nominal width of tire in millimeters3. Ratio o

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Black plate (45,1)2. Slide the seat as far back as possible.3. Place the child-restraint system on theseat without putting your weight on theseat and

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Black plate (450,1)70“70” is the aspect ratio. This two-digit number indicates the tire's ratio of height to width.D“D” is the tire construction

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Black plate (451,1)Location of the Tire Label (Placard)You will find the tire label containing tire inflation pressure by tire size and other importan

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Black plate (452,1)WARNINGAlways check the tire inflation pressures on a regular basis according to therecommended tire inflation pressure on the tire

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Black plate (453,1)qGlossary of TermsTire Placard: A label indicating the OE tire sizes, recommended inflation pressure, andthe maximum weight the veh

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Black plate (454,1)Tire MaintenanceImproper or inadequate vehicle maintenanc e can cause tires to wear abnormally. Here aresome important maintenance

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Black plate (455,1)CAUTIONRotate unidirectional tires and radial tires that have an asymmetrical tread patternor studs only from front to rear, not fr

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Black plate (456,1)NOTETires degrade over time, even when they are not being used on the road. It is recommended that tiresgenerally be replaced when

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Black plate (457,1)Vehicle LoadingThis section will guide you in the proper loading of your vehicle and/or trailer, to keepyour loaded vehicle weight

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Black plate (458,1)Payload is the combination weight of cargo and passengers that the vehicle is designed tocarry. The maximum payload for your vehicl

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Black plate (459,1)CARGOCargo Weight includes all weight added to the Base Curb Weight, including cargo andoptional equipment. When towing, trailer to

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Black plate (46,1)WARNINGDo not seat a child in a child-restraintsystem on the front passenger seat ifthe front passenger air bagdeactivation indicato

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Black plate (460,1)GAWR (Gross Axle Weight Rating) is the maximum allowable weight that can be carriedby a single axle (front or rear). These numbers

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Black plate (461,1)SAMPLEWARNINGExceeding Axle Weight Rating Limits:Exceeding the Safety Certification Label axle weight rating limits is dangerous an

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Black plate (462,1)GCW (Gross Combination Weight) is the weight of the loaded vehicle (GVW) plus theweight of the fully loaded trailer.GCWR (Gross Com

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Black plate (463,1)Steps for Determining the Correct Load LimitSteps for Determining Correct Load Limit-(1) Locate the statement “The combined weight

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Black plate (464,1)Declaration of ConformityqKeyless Entry System/Immobilizer System8-44Customer Information and Reporting Safety DefectsDeclaration o

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Black plate (465,1)qBlind Spot Monitoring (BSM) SystemRadiation HazardThis BSM (blind spot monitoring) device emits intentional electromagneti c radia

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Black plate (466,1)qHomeLink Wireless Control SystemCAUTIONHomeLink has been tested and complies with FCC and Industry Canada rules.Changes or modific

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Black plate (467,1)qAudio SystemThis CD player is made and tested to meet exacting safety standards. It meets FCCrequirements and complies with safety

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Black plate (468,1)NOTEThis equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC

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Black plate (469,1)Service PublicationsFactory-authorized Mazda service publications are available for owners who wish to dosome of their own maintena

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Black plate (47,1)qUsing LATCH Lower AnchorYour Mazda is equipped with LATCH lower anchors for attachment of specially designedLATCH child-restraint s

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Black plate (470,1)qNAVIGATION SYSTEM OWNER'S MANUAL:This booklet contains information regarding the proper operation and use of the navigationsy

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Black plate (471,1)9SpecificationsTechnical information about your Mazda.Identification Numbers ...

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Black plate (472,1)Vehicle Information LabelsqVehicle Identification NumberThe vehicle identification number legallyidentifies your vehicle. The numbe

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Black plate (473,1)qTire Pressure LabelqEngine NumberForwardIdentification Numbers9-3CX-5_8CA5-EA-11L_Edition3 Page473Friday, June 22 2012 3:48 PMForm

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Black plate (474,1)SpecificationsqEngineItem SpecificationType DOHC-16V in-line, 4-cylinderBore × Stroke 83.5 × 91.2 mm (3.29 × 3.59 in)Displacement 1

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Black plate (475,1)qCapacities(Approximate Quantities)Item CapacityEngine oilWith oil filter replacement 4.2 L (4.4 US qt, 3.7 Imp qt)Without oil filt

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Black plate (476,1)qAir ConditionerThe type of refrigerant used is indicated on a label attached to the inside of the engine compartment. Check thelab

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Black plate (477,1)qTiresNOTEThe tires have been optimally matched with the chassis of your vehicle.When replacing tires, Mazda recommends that you re

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Black plate (478,1)qFusesRefer to Fuses on page 6-49.9-8SpecificationsCX-5_8CA5-EA-11L_Edition3 Page478Friday, June 22 2012 3:48 PMForm No.8CA5-EA-11L

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Black plate (479,1)Personalization FeaturesFor vehicles with audio (On-screen function type), the following function settings can be changed by the cu

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Black plate (48,1)Installation on rear outboard seats1. First, adjust the front seat to allowclearance between the child-restraintsystem and the front

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Black plate (480,1)Item Feature Factory Setting Available SettingsAuto headlight off*2The time required for headlights to turn offafter ignition is sw

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Black plate (482,1)AAccessory Socket ... 5-99Adaptive Front Lighting System(AFS) ...

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Black plate (483,1)CCapacities ... 9-5Carbon Monoxide ... 3-23Cargo Securing Loops

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Black plate (484,1)EExterior Care ... 6-55Aluminum WheelMaintenance ... 6-59Bright-Metal

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Black plate (485,1)IInspecting Brake/Clutch FluidLevel ... 6-25Inspecting Coolant Level ...

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Black plate (486,1)PParking Brake ... 4-58Personalization Features ... ... 9-9Power Steering ...

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Black plate (487,1)SSunshade ... 3-34Sunvisors ... 5-95TTachometer ...

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Black plate (488,1)WWarning LightsABS ... 4-18Air bag system ... 4-22Automatic transa

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Black plate (49,1)Installation on rear center seatThe LATCH lower anchors at the centerof the rear seat are much further apart thanthe sets of LATCH l

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Black plate (5,1)CX-5_8CA5-EA-11L_Edition3 Page5Friday, June 22 2012 3:44 PMForm No.8CA5-EA-11LTable of ContentsPictorial IndexInterior, exterior view

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Black plate (50,1)Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) PrecautionsThe front and side supplemental restraint systems (SRS) include up to 6 air bags. Ple

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Black plate (51,1)If your vehicle is also equipped with a driver and front passenger occupantclassification system, refer to the Driver and Front Pass

Seite 437 - Warranty

Black plate (52,1)Never use a rear-facing child-restraint system in the front seat with an air bag thatcould deploy:Rear-facing child-restraint system

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Black plate (53,1)Do not attach objects on or around the area where a si de air bag deploys:Attaching objects to the front seat in such a way as to co

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Black plate (54,1)To prevent false detection by the air bag sensor system, heed the following:Ø Do not use tires or wheels other than those specified

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Black plate (55,1)Do not place luggage or other objects under the front seats:Placing luggage or other objects under the front seats is dangerous. The

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Black plate (56,1)NOTElIf it becomes necessary to have the components or wiring system for the supplementary restraintsystem modified to accommodate a

Seite 442 - Event Data Recorder

Black plate (57,1)Supplemental Restraint System ComponentsDriver/Front passenger inflators and air bagsRoll-over sensorí, crash sensors, and diagnosti

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Black plate (58,1)How the SRS Air Bags WorkYour Mazda is equipped with the following types of SRS air bags. SRS air bags aredesigned to work together


Black plate (59,1)qFront Passenger Air BagThe front passenger air bag is mounted in the front passenger dashboard.The infl ation mechanism for the fro

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Black plate (6,1)CX-5_8CA5-EA-11L_Edition3 Page6Friday, June 22 2012 3:44 PMForm No.8CA5-EA-11L

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Black plate (60,1)(With Driver and Front Passenger Occupant Classification System)In addition, the front passenger side air bag is designed to only de

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Black plate (61,1)(With Driver and Front Passenger Occupant Classification System)In a roll-over:In response to a vehicle roll-over, both curtain air

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Black plate (62,1)SRS Air Bag Deployment CriteriaThis chart indicates the applicable SRS equipment that will deploy depending on the typeof collision.

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Black plate (63,1)Limitations to SRS Air BagIn severe collisions such as those described previously in “SRS Air Bag DeploymentCriteria”, the applicabl

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Black plate (64,1)Roll-over (Without Driver and Front Passenger Occupant Classification System)(With Driver and Front Passenger Occupant Classificatio

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Black plate (65,1)Driver and Front Passenger Occupant Classification SystemíFirst, please read “Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) Precautions” (page

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Black plate (66,1)Front passenger air bag deactivation indicator lightThis indicator light illuminates to remind you that the front passenger front an

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Black plate (67,1)WARNINGDo not decrease the total seated weight on the front passenger seat:When an adult or large child sits on the front passenger

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Black plate (68,1)Ø A front passenger is seated as shown in the following figure:Ø A rear passenger pushes up on the front passenger seat with their f

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Black plate (69,1)Do not increase the total seated weight on the front passenger seat:When an infant or small child sits on the front passenger seat,

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Black plate (7,1)1Pictorial IndexInterior, exterior views and part identification of your Mazda.Interior Overview ...

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Black plate (70,1)NOTElThe system requires about 10 seconds to alternate between turning the front passenger front andside air bags and seat belt pret

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Black plate (71,1)Constant MonitoringThe foll owing components of the air bag systems are monitored by a diagnostic system:lCrash sensors, and diagnos

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Black plate (73,1)3Before DrivingUse of various features, including keys, doors, mirrors and windows.Keys ...

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Black plate (74,1)KeysWARNINGDo not leave the key in your vehiclewith children and keep them in a placewhere your children will not find orplay with t

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Black plate (75,1)A code number is stamped on the plateattached to the key set; detach this plateand store it in a safe place (not in thevehicle) for

Seite 463 - Tire Information (U.S.A.)

Black plate (76,1)CAUTIONRadio equipment like this is governedby laws.Changes or modifications notexpressly approved by the partyresponsible for compl

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Black plate (77,1)The operat ion indicator light flashes whenthe buttons are pressed.Lock buttonTo lock the doors and the liftgate, pressthe lock butt

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Black plate (78,1)NOTElThe system can be set to unlock all doors byperforming a single operation.Refer to Personalization Features on page9-9.Use the

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Black plate (79,1)qOperational RangeThe system operates only when the driveris in the vehicle or within operationalrange while the key is being carrie

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Black plate (8,1)Interior Equipment (View A)Door-lock knob ...

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Black plate (80,1)lFor vehicles with a type A meter,messages are displ ayed in theinstrument cluster.(Manual transaxle)When carrying another key, depr

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Black plate (81,1)Advanced Keyless EntrySystemWARNINGRadio waves from the key may affectmedical devices such as pacemakers:Before using the key near p

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Black plate (82,1)Operational RangeThe system operates only when the driveris in the vehicle or within operationalrange while the key is being carried

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Black plate (83,1)Door LocksWARNINGAlways take all children and pets withyou or leave a responsible person withthem:Leaving a child or a pet unattende

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Black plate (84,1)qLocking, Unlocking with KeyAll doors and the liftgate lockautomatically when the driver's door islocked with the key.All doors

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Black plate (85,1)Front passenger door request switchTo unlock all doors and the liftgate, pressthe request switch. A beep sound will beheard twice an

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Black plate (86,1)lThe setting can be changed so that thedoors and the liftgate are lockedautomatically without pressing the requestswitch.Refer to Pe

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Black plate (87,1)qAuto Lock/Unlock FunctionWARNINGDo not pull the inner handle on a frontdoor:Pulling an inner handle on a frontdoor while the vehicl

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Black plate (88,1)1. Safely park the vehicle. All doors mustremain closed.2. Switch the ignitio n ON.3. Press and hold the lock side of thedriver&apos

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Black plate (89,1)(Automatic transaxle vehicles)Press unlock side of lock switch oncePress 2 timesPress 3 timesCurrent Function NumberFunction Number

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Black plate (9,1)Interior Equipment (View B)Audio control switches ...

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Black plate (90,1)NOTEWhen locking the door this way:lBe careful not to leave the key inside thevehicle.lThe driver's door lock knob cannot be us

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Black plate (91,1)LiftgateWARNINGNever allow a person to ride in theluggage compar tment:Allowing a person to ride in theluggage compartment is danger

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Black plate (92,1)While the ignition is switched ON, theliftgate can be opened only when thevehicle is stopped with the parki ng brakeapplied (manual

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Black plate (93,1)Fuel and Engine Exhaust PrecautionsqFuel RequirementsVehicles with catalytic converters or oxy gen sensors must use ONLY UNLEADED FU

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Black plate (94,1)qEmission Control SystemYour vehicle is equipped with an emission control system (the catalytic converter is part ofthis system) tha

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Black plate (95,1)qEngine Exhaust (Carbon monoxide)WARNINGDo not drive your vehicle if you smell exhaust gas in side the vehicle:Engine exhaust gas is

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Black plate (96,1)Fuel-Filler Lid and CapWARNINGWhen removing the fuel-filler cap,loosen the cap slightly and wait for anyhissing to stop. Then remove

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Black plate (97,1)CAUTION(U.S.A. and Canada)If the check fuel cap warning lightilluminates, the fuel-filler cap maynot be properly installed. If thewa

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Black plate (98,1)Steering WheelWARNINGNever adjust the steering wheel whilethe vehicle is moving:Adjusting the steering wheel whilethe vehicle is mov

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Black plate (99,1)MirrorsBefore driving, adjust the inside andoutside mirrors.qOutside MirrorsWARNINGBe sure to look over your shoulderbefore changing

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