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7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
383
WARNING
If a warning message is
displayed
Q If a blowout or sudden air leak-
age should occur
The tire pressure warning system
The multi-information display
may not activate immediately.
shows warnings for system
malfunctions and incorrectly
NOTICE
performed operations, and
Q To ensure the tire pressure warn-
messages that indicate a need
ing system operates properly
for maintenance. When a mes-
Do not install tires with different speci-
sage is displayed, perform the
fications or makers, as the tire pres-
appropriate corrective action
sure warning system may not operate
properly.
for the message.
If a warning message is dis-
played again after the appro-
priate actions have been
performed, contact any autho-
rized Mazda retailer or Mazda
authorized repairer, or any reli-
able repairer.
Additionally, if a warning light
comes on or flashes at the
same time that a warning mes-
sage is displayed, take the
7
appropriate corrective action
for the warning light. (P.374)
Q Warning messages
The warning messages explained below
may differ from the actual messages
according to operation conditions and
vehicle specifications.
Q Warning buzzer
A buzzer may sound when a message is
displayed.
The buzzer may not be audible if the
vehicle is in a noisy location or if the
audio system volume is high.
QIf “Engine Oil Level Low Add or
Replace” is displayed
The engine oil level is low. Check the
384
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
level of the engine oil, and add if neces-
QIf “Shift is in N Release Accelerator
sary.
Before Shifting” is displayed
This message may appear if the vehicle
The accelerator pedal has been
is stopped on a slope. Move the vehicle
depressed when the shift lever is in N.
to a level surface and check to see if the
Release the accelerator pedal and shift
message disappears.
the shift lever to D or R.
QIf “Hybrid System Stopped Steering
QIf “Press Brake when Vehicle is
Power Low” is displayed
Stopped Hybrid System may Over-
This message is displayed if the hybrid
heat” is displayed
system is stopped while driving.
The message may be displayed when
When steering wheel operations are
the accelerator pedal is depressed to
heavier than usual, grip the steering
hold the vehicle while the vehicle is
wheel firmly and operate it using more
stopped on an incline, etc. The hybrid
force than usual.
system may overheat. Release the
accelerator pedal and depress the brake
QIf “Hybrid System Overheated Out-
pedal.
put Power Reduced” is displayed
QIf “Auto Power OFF to Conserve
This message may be displayed when
Battery” is displayed
driving under severe operating condi-
tions. (For example, when driving up a
Power was cut off due to the automatic
long steep hill.)
power off function. Next time when start-
Handling method: →P.414
ing the hybrid system, operate the
hybrid system for approximately 5 min-
QIf “Traction Battery Needs to be
utes to recharge the 12-volt battery.
Protected Refrain from the Use of N
Position” is displayed
QIf “Headlight System Malfunction
Visit Your Dealer” is displayed
This message may be displayed when
the shift lever is in N.
The following systems may be malfunc-
tioning. Have the vehicle inspected by
As the hybrid battery (traction battery)
any authorized Mazda retailer or Mazda
cannot be charged when the shift lever
authorized repairer, or any reliable
is in N, shift the shift lever to P when the
repairer immediately.
vehicle is stopped.
OThe LED headlight system (if
QIf “Traction Battery Needs to be
equipped)
Protected Shift into P to Restart” is
displayed
OAutomatic High Beam (if equipped)
This message is displayed when the
QIf “Front Camera Out of Tempera-
hybrid battery (traction battery) charge
ture Range Unavailable Wait until
has become extremely low because the
Normal Temperature”, “Front Cam-
shift lever has been left in N for a certain
era Low Visibility Unavailable See
amount of time.
Owner’s Manual” or “Front Camera
When operating the vehicle, shift to P
Unavailable See Owner’s Manual
and restart the hybrid system.
is displayed
The following systems may be sus-
QIf “Shift to P Before Exiting Vehicle
pended until the problem shown in the
is shown
message is resolved. (→P.201, 374)
Message is displayed when the driver’s
door is opened without turning the
OPCS (Pre-Collision system) (if
power switch to OFF with the shift lever
equipped)
in any position other than P. Shift the
O LTA (Lane Tracing Assist) (if
shift lever to P.
equipped)
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
385
OAutomatic High Beam (if equipped)
QIf “Radar Cruise Control Unavail-
able” is displayed (if equipped)
O RSA (Road Sign Assist) (if equipped)
The dynamic radar cruise control sys-
O Dynamic radar cruise control with full-
tem cannot be used temporarily. Use the
speed range (if equipped)
system when it becomes available
QIf “Pre-Collision System Unavail-
again.
able See Owner’s Manual”, “Pre-
QIf a message that indicates the
Collision System Out of Tempera-
need for visiting your Mazda dealer
ture Range Unavailable See
is displayed
Owner’s Manual” or “Pre-Collision
System Radar In Self Calibration
The system or part shown on the multi-
Unavailable See Owner’s Manual
information display is malfunctioning.
is displayed
Have the vehicle inspected by any
authorized Mazda retailer or Mazda
The following systems may be sus-
authorized repairer, or any reliable
pended until the problem shown in the
repairer immediately.
message is resolved. (→P.201, 374)
QIf a message that indicates the
OPCS (Pre-Collision system)
need for referring to Owner’s Man-
O LTA (Lane Tracing Assist)
ual is displayed
O Dynamic radar cruise control
OIf “Engine Coolant Temp High” is dis-
played, follow the instructions accord-
QIf “Oil Maintenance Required Soon
ingly. (→P.414)
is displayed
Indicates that the engine oil should be
OIf “Exhaust Filter Full” is displayed, fol-
scheduled to be changed.
low the instructions accordingly.
(→P.271)
Check the engine oil and change it if
necessary.
OIf any of the following messages are
displayed on the multi-information dis-
After changing the engine oil, make sure
play, it may indicate a malfunction.
to reset the message. (→P.326)
Have the vehicle inspected by any
QIf “Oil Maintenance Required Visit
authorized Mazda retailer or Mazda
Your Dealer” is displayed
authorized repairer, or any reliable
7
Indicates that the engine oil should be
repairer immediately.
changed.
Smart Entry & Start System Malfunc-
tion
Check and change the engine oil, and
Hybrid System Malfunction
oil filter by any authorized Mazda retailer
Check Engine
or Mazda authorized repairer, or any
Hybrid Battery System Malfunction
reliable repairer. After changing the
Accelerator System Malfunction
engine oil, make sure to reset the mes-
sage. (→P.326)
OIf any of the following messages are
displayed on the multi-information dis-
QIf “Radar Cruise Control Unavail-
play, it may indicate a malfunction.
able See Owner’s Manual” is dis-
Immediately stop the vehicle and con-
played (if equipped)
tact any authorized Mazda retailer or
The dynamic radar cruise control with
Mazda authorized repairer, or any reli-
full-speed range system is suspended
able repairer.
temporarily or until the problem shown
Braking Power Low
in the message is resolved. (causes and
12-Volt Battery Charging System
coping methods: →P.201)
Malfunction
Oil Pressure Low
OIf any of the following messages are
386
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
shown on the multi-information dis-
If you have a flat tire
play, the vehicle may have run out of
fuel. Stop the vehicle in a safe place
(vehicles with an emer-
and, if the fuel level is low, refuel the
gency tire puncture
vehicle. (→P.77)
repair kit)
Hybrid System Stopped
Engine Stopped
OIf “Low Auxiliary Battery” is shown,
Your vehicle is not equipped
• When the display goes off after sev-
with a spare tire, but instead is
eral seconds (displays for about 6
seconds): Maintain the hybrid system
equipped with an emergency
operation for more than 15 minutes
tire puncture repair kit.
and charge the 12-volt battery.
• When the display does not go off:
A puncture caused by a nail or
Start up the hybrid system using the
screw passing through the tire
procedures: →P.409
tread can be repaired tempo-
OIf “Maintenance Required for Traction
rarily using the emergency tire
Battery Cooling Parts See Owner’s
Manual” is shown, the filters may be
puncture repair kit. (The kit
clogged, the air intake vents may be
contains a bottle of sealant.
blocked, or there may be a gap in the
The sealant can be used only
duct. Therefore, perform the following
correction procedure.
once to temporarily repair one
If the air intake vents and filters of the
tire without removing the nail
hybrid battery (traction battery) are
dirty, perform the procedure on
or screw from the tire.)
P.347 to clean them.
Depending on the damage, this
If the warning message is shown
kit cannot be used to repair the
when the air intake vents and filters of
the hybrid battery (traction battery) are
tire. (P.387)
not dirty, have the vehicle inspected
After temporarily repairing the
by any authorized Mazda retailer or
Mazda authorized repairer, or any reli-
tire with the kit, have the tire
able repairer immediately.
repaired or replaced by any
authorized Mazda retailer or
Mazda authorized repairer, or
any reliable repairer. Repairs
conducted using the emer-
gency tire puncture repair kit
are only a temporary measure.
Have the tire repaired and
replaced as soon as possible.
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
387
Mazda retailer or Mazda authorized
WARNING
repairer, or any reliable repairer.
Q If you have a flat tire
O When the tire is damaged due to driv-
Do not continue driving with a flat tire.
ing without sufficient air pressure
Driving even a short distance with a
O When there are any cracks or damage
flat tire can damage the tire and the
at any location on the tire, such as on
wheel beyond repair, which could
the side wall, except the tread
result in an accident.
O When the tire is visibly separated from
the wheel
Before repairing the tire
O When the cut or damage to the tread
is 4 mm (0.16 in.) long or more
z Stop the vehicle in a safe place
O When the wheel is damaged
on a hard, flat surface.
O When two or more tires have been
z Set the parking brake.
punctured
O When more than 2 sharp objects such
z Shift the shift lever to P.
as nails or screws have passed
z Stop the hybrid system.
through the tread on a single tire
z Turn on the emergency flashers.
O When the sealant has expired
(→P.366)
z Check the degree of the tire
damage.
Do not remove the nail or screw
from the tire. Removing the object
may widen the opening and make
emergency repair with the repair kit
impossible.
7
Q A flat tire that cannot be repaired
with the emergency tire puncture
repair kit
In the following cases, the tire cannot be
repaired with the emergency tire punc-
ture repair kit. Contact any authorized
388
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
Location of the emergency tire puncture repair kit and tools
Towing eyelet
Emergency tire puncture repair kit
X Compressor
Emergency tire puncture
repair kit components
X Bottle
Sticker
Hose
Power plug
Pressure release button
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
389
Air pressure gauge
O During operation of the repair kit, a
loud operation noise is produced. This
Compressor switch
does not indicate a malfunction.
O Do not use to check or to adjust the
Q Note for checking the emergency
tire pressure.
tire puncture repair kit
Check the sealant expiry date occasion-
WARNING
ally.
QCaution while driving
The expiry date is shown on the bottle.
Do not use sealant whose expiry date
OStore the repair kit in the luggage
has already passed. Otherwise, repairs
compartment.
conducted using the emergency tire
Injuries may result in the event of
puncture repair kit may not be per-
an accident or sudden braking.
formed properly.
OThe repair kit is exclusively only for
QEmergency tire puncture repair kit
your vehicle.
OThe emergency tire puncture repair kit
Do not use repair kit on other vehi-
is for filling the car tire with air.
cles, which could lead to an acci-
dent causing death or serious
OThe sealant has a limited life span.
injury.
The expiry date is marked on the bot-
tle. The sealant should be replaced
ODo not use repair kit for tires that
before the expiry date. Contact any
are different size than the original
authorized Mazda retailer or Mazda
ones, or for any other purpose. If
authorized repairer, or any reliable
the tires have not been completely
repairer for replacement.
repaired, it could lead to an acci-
dent causing death or serious
OThe sealant stored in the emergency
injury.
tire puncture repair kit can be used
only once to temporarily repair a sin-
QPrecautions for use of the seal-
gle tire. If the sealant has been used
ant
and needs to be replaced, purchase a
OIngesting the sealant is hazardous
new bottle at any authorized Mazda
to your health. If you ingest sealant,
7
retailer or Mazda authorized repairer,
consume as much water as possi-
or any reliable repairer. The compres-
ble, and then immediately consult a
sor is reusable.
doctor.
OThe sealant can be used when the
outside temperature is from -30°C (-
OIf sealant gets in eyes or adheres to
22°F) to 60°C (140°F).
skin, immediately wash it off with
water. If discomfort persists, consult
OThe kit is exclusively designed for size
a doctor.
and type of tires originally installed on
your vehicle. Do not use it for tires that
a different size than the original ones,
Taking out the emergency
or for any other purposes.
tire puncture repair kit
OIf the sealant gets on your clothes, it
may stain.
1 Open the deck board and floor
OIf the sealant adheres to a wheel or
cover. (→P.295)
the surface of the vehicle body, the
stain may not be removable if it is not
2 Take out the emergency tire
cleaned at once. Immediately wipe
puncture repair kit. (→P.388)
away the sealant with a wet cloth.
390
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
hang vertically without contacting the
Emergency repair method
ground. If the bottle does not hang ver-
tically, move the vehicle so that the tire
1 Attach the sticker provided with
valve is located properly.
the tire puncture repair kit to a
position easily seen from the
driver’s seat.
5 Remove the cap from the bottle.
2 Remove the valve cap from the
valve of the punctured tire.
6
Pull the hose out from the com-
pressor.
3 Remove the cap from the noz-
zle.
7 Connect the bottle to the com-
pressor.
Screw the end of the hose clockwise as
4 Connect the nozzle to the valve.
Screw the end of the nozzle clockwise
as far as possible. The bottle should
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
391
far as possible.
10 Connect the power plug to the
power outlet socket. (→P.299)
8 Make sure that the compressor
switch is off.
11 Check the specified tire inflation
pressure.
Tire inflation pressure is specified on
the label on the driver’s side door frame
as shown. (→P.426)
X Left-hand drive vehicles
9 Remove the power plug from
the compressor.
7
X Right-hand drive vehicles
12 Start the hybrid system.
392
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
13To inject the sealant and inflate
Inflate the tire to the specified air
the tire, turn the compressor
pressure.
switch on.
z
If the tire inflation pressure is still
lower than the specified point
after inflation for 35 minutes with
the switch on, the tire is too dam-
aged to be repaired. Turn the
compressor switch off and con-
tact any authorized Mazda
retailer or Mazda authorized
repairer, or any reliable repairer.
z
If the tire inflation pressure
14Inflate the tire until the specified
air pressure is reached.
exceeds the specified air pres-
sure, let out some air to adjust
the tire inflation pressure.
(→P.394, 426)
15 Turn the compressor off
16 Disconnect the nozzle from the
valve on the tire and then pull
out the power plug from the
power outlet socket or cigarette
lighter.
The sealant will be injected and
the pressure will surge and then
Some sealant may leak when the noz-
zle is removed.
gradually decrease.
The air pressure gauge will dis-
play the actual tire inflation pres-
sure about 1 minute (5 minutes
at low temperature) after the
switch is turned on.
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
393
17Press the button to release
21 Temporarily store the bottle and
pressure from the bottle.
compressor in the luggage com-
partment.
22 To spread the liquid sealant
evenly within the tire, immedi-
ately drive safely for about 5 km
(3 miles) below 80 km/h (50
mph).
23 After driving for about 5 km (3
miles), stop your vehicle in a
18Attach the cap to the nozzle.
safe place on a hard, flat sur-
face and connect the compres-
sor.
19Install the valve cap onto the
valve of the emergency repaired
24 Check the tire inflation pressure.
tire.
20Disconnect the hose from the
7
bottle and attach the cap to the
bottle.
Place the bottle in the original bag and
zip it.
If the tire inflation pressure is
under 130 kPa (1.3 kgf/cm2 or
bar, 19 psi): The puncture can-
not be repaired. Contact any
authorized Mazda retailer or
Mazda authorized repairer, or
any reliable repairer.
394
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
If the tire inflation pressure is
QIf the tire is inflated to more than
130 kPa (1.3 kgf/cm2 or bar, 19
the specified air pressure
psi) or higher, but less than the
1
Press the button to let some air out.
specified air pressure: Proceed
to step 25.
If the tire inflation pressure is the
specified air pressure (→P.426):
Proceed to step 26.
25Turn the compressor switch on
to inflate the tire until the speci-
2
Check that the air pressure indicator
shows the specified air pressure. If
fied air pressure is reached.
the air pressure is under the desig-
Drive for about 5 km (3 miles)
nated pressure, turn the compres-
and then perform step 24.
sor switch on again and repeat the
inflation procedure until the specified
26Store the bottle in the luggage
air pressure is reached.
compartment while it is con-
QThe valve of a tire that has been
nected to the compressor.
repaired
After a tire is repaired with the emer-
27Taking precautions to avoid sud-
gency tire puncture repair kit, the valve
den braking, sudden accelera-
should be replaced.
tion and sharp turns, drive
QAfter a tire is repaired with the
carefully at under 80 km/h (50
emergency tire puncture repair kit
mph) to the nearest any autho-
OThe tire pressure warning valve and
transmitter should be replaced.
rized Mazda retailer or Mazda
authorized repairer, or any reli-
OEven if the tire inflation pressure is at
the recommended level, the tire pres-
able repairer for tire repair or
sure warning light may come on/flash.
replacement.
28For repair and replacement of a
WARNING
tire or disposal of the tire punc-
QDo not drive the vehicle with a
ture repair kit, contact any
flat tire
authorized Mazda retailer or
Do not continue driving with a flat tire.
Driving even a short distance with a
Mazda authorized repairer, or
flat tire can damage the tire and the
any reliable repairer.
wheel beyond repair.
When having the tire repaired or
Driving with a flat tire may cause a cir-
replaced, make sure to tell any autho-
cumferential groove on the side wall.
rized Mazda retailer or Mazda autho-
In such a case, the tire may explode
rized repairer, or any reliable repairer
when using a repair kit.
that the sealant is injected.
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
395
WARNING
OParts of the repair kit become hot
during operation. Be careful when
Q When fixing the flat tire
handling the repair kit during and
OStop your vehicle in a safe and flat
after operation. Do not touch the
area.
metal part around the connecting
area between the bottle and com-
O Do not touch the wheels or the area
pressor. It will be extremely hot.
around the brakes immediately
after the vehicle has been driven.
O Do not attach the vehicle speed
After the vehicle has been driven,
warning sticker to an area other
the wheels and the area around the
than the one indicated. If the sticker
brakes may be extremely hot.
is attached to an area where an
Touching these areas with hands,
SRS airbag is located, such as the
feet or other body parts may result
pad of the steering wheel, it may
in burns.
prevent the SRS airbag from oper-
ating properly.
O Connect the valve and hose
securely with the tire installed on
O To avoid risk of burst or severe
the vehicle. If the hose is not prop-
leakage, do not drop or damage the
erly connected to the valve, air
bottle. Visually inspect the bottle
leakage may occur as sealant may
before use. Do not use a bottle with
be sprayed out.
shock, crack, scratch, leakage or
any other damage. In such case,
O If the hose comes off the valve
immediately replace.
while inflating the tire, there is a risk
that the hose will move abruptly due
Q Driving to spread the liquid seal-
to air pressure.
ant evenly
Observe the following precautions to
OAfter inflation of the tire has com-
reduce the risk of accidents.
pleted, the sealant may splatter
Failing to do so may result in a loss of
when the hose is disconnected or
vehicle control and cause death or
some air is let out of the tire.
serious injury.
O Follow the operation procedure to
7
O Drive the vehicle carefully at a low
repair the tire. If the procedures not
speed. Be especially careful when
followed, the sealant may spray
turning and cornering.
out.
OIf the vehicle does not drive straight
OKeep back from the tire while it is
or you feel a pull through the steer-
being repaired, as there is a chance
ing wheel, stop the vehicle and
of it bursting while the repair opera-
check the following.
tion is being performed. If you
notice any cracks or deformation of
• Tire condition. The tire may have
the tire, turn off the compressor
separated from the wheel.
switch and stop the repair operation
immediately.
• Tire inflation pressure. If the tire
inflation pressure is 130 kPa (1.3
O The repair kit may overheat if oper-
kgf/cm2 or bar, 19 psi) or less, the
ated for a long period of time. Do
tire may be severely damaged.
not operate the repair kit continu-
ously for more than 40 minutes.
396
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
NOTICE
Q To avoid damage to the tire pres-
sure warning valves and trans-
Q When performing an emergency
mitters
repair
When a tire is repaired with liquid
O A tire should only be repaired with
sealants, the tire pressure warning
the emergency tire puncture repair
valve and transmitter may not operate
kit if the damage is caused by a
properly. If a liquid sealant is used,
sharp object such as nail or screw
contact any authorized Mazda retailer
passing through the tire tread.
or Mazda authorized repairer, or any
Do not remove the sharp object
reliable repairer or other qualified ser-
from the tire. Removing the object
vice shop as soon as possible. After
may widen the opening and disen-
use of liquid sealant, make sure to
able emergency repair with the
replace the tire pressure warning
repair kit.
valve and transmitter when repairing
or replacing the tire. (→P.335)
O The repair kit is not waterproof.
Make sure that the repair kit is not
exposed to water, such as when it
is being used in the rain.
ODo not put the repair kit directly
onto dusty ground such as sand at
the side of the road. If the repair kit
vacuums up dust etc., a malfunc-
tion may occur.
O Do not turn the bottle upside down
when using it, as doing so may
cause damage to the compressor.
QPrecautions for the emergency
tire puncture repair kit
O The repair kit power source should
be 12 V DC suitable for vehicle use.
Do not connect the repair kit to any
other source.
O If fuel splatters on the repair kit, the
repair kit may deteriorate. Take
care not to allow fuel to contact it.
OPlace the repair kit in a storage to
prevent it from being exposed to dirt
or water.
OStore the repair kit in the luggage
compartment out of reach of chil-
dren.
O Do not disassemble or modify the
repair kit. Do not subject parts such
as the air pressure indicator to
impacts. This may cause a malfunc-
tion.
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
397
If you have a flat tire
(vehicles with a spare
tire)
Your vehicle is equipped with a
spare tire. The flat tire can be
replaced with the spare tire.
For details about tires: P.331
WARNING
Q If you have a flat tire
Do not continue driving with a flat tire.
Driving even a short distance with a
flat tire can damage the tire and the
wheel beyond repair, which could
result in an accident.
Before jacking up the vehi-
cle
z Stop the vehicle in a safe place
on a hard, flat surface.
z Set the parking brake.
z Shift the shift lever to P.
7
z Stop the hybrid system.
z Turn on the emergency flashers.
(→P.366)
398
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
Location of the spare tire, jack and tools
Tool bag
Wheel nut wrench
Jack handle
Towing eyelet
Spare tire
Jack
WARNING
OOnly use the tire jack that comes
with this vehicle for replacing a flat
QUsing the tire jack
tire. Do not use it on other vehicles,
Observe the following precautions.
and do not use other tire jacks for
Improper use of the tire jack may
replacing tires on this vehicle.
cause the vehicle to suddenly fall off
the jack, leading to death or serious
injury.
O Do not use the tire jack for any pur-
pose other than replacing tires or
installing and removing tire chains.
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
399
2 Remove the cover.
WARNING
OPut the jack properly in its jack
point.
3 Unhook the rubber band and
O Do not put any part of your body
remove the jack.
under the vehicle while it is sup-
ported by the jack.
O Do not start the hybrid system or
drive the vehicle while the vehicle is
supported by the jack.
O Do not raise the vehicle while
someone is inside.
O When raising the vehicle, do not put
an object on or under the jack.
ODo not raise the vehicle to a height
greater than that required to
replace the tire.
Taking out the spare tire
O Use a jack stand if it is necessary to
1 Remove the deck board and
get under the vehicle.
floor cover. (→P.295)
7
O When lowering the vehicle, make
sure that there is no-one near the
2 Remove the tool bag.
vehicle. If there are people nearby,
warn them vocally before lowering.
Taking out the jack
1 Remove the deck board and
floor cover. (→P.295)
400
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
3
Remove the spare wheel cush-
Wheel chock posi-
ion.
Flat tire
tions
Front left-hand
Behind the rear
side
right-hand side tire
Front right-hand
Behind the rear
side
left-hand side tire
In front of the front
Rear left-hand side
right-hand side tire
Rear right-hand
In front of the front
side
left-hand side tire
4
Loosen the center fastener that
secures the spare tire.
2
Vehicles with a steel wheel:
Remove the wheel ornament
using the wrench.
Insert the wrench into the notch
on
the wheel cap.
To
protect the wheel ornament, place a
rag between the wrench and the wheel
ornament.
WARNING
Q When storing the spare tire
Be careful not get fingers caught or
other body parts between the spare
tire and the body of the vehicle.
3 Slightly loosen the wheel nuts
Replacing a flat tire
(one turn).
1 Chock the tires.
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
401
4 Turn the tire jack portion
by
6 Raise the vehicle until the tire is
hand until the center of the
slightly raised off the ground.
recessed portion of the jack is in
contact with the center of the
jack point.
7 Remove all the wheel nuts and
the tire.
When resting the tire on the ground,
place the tire so that the wheel design
faces up to avoid scratching the wheel
surface.
5 Assemble the jack handle
extension.
7
WARNING
QReplacing a flat tire
O Do not touch the disc wheels or the
area around the brakes immedi-
ately after the vehicle has been
driven. After the vehicle has been
driven the disc wheels and the area
around the brakes will be extremely
hot. Touching these areas with
hands, feet or other body parts
while changing a tire, etc. may
result in burns.
OFailure to follow these precautions
could cause the wheel nuts to
loosen and the tire to fall off, result-
ing in death or serious injury.
402
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
by approximately the same
WARNING
amount.
Have the wheel nuts tightened with
a torque wrench to 103 N•m (10.5
When replacing a steel wheel with a
kgf•m, 76 ft•lbf) as soon as possible
steel wheel (including a compact spare
after changing wheels.
tire), tighten the wheel nuts until the
tapered portion
comes into loose
Do not attach a heavily damaged
contact with the
disc wheel seat
wheel ornament, as it may fly off the
wheel while the vehicle is moving.
When installing a tire, only use
wheel nuts that have been specifi-
cally designed for that wheel.
If there are any cracks or deforma-
tions in the bolt screws, nut threads
or bolt holes of the wheel, have the
vehicle inspected by any authorized
Mazda retailer or Mazda authorized
repairer, or any reliable repairer.
When replacing an aluminum wheel
When installing the wheel nuts, be
with a steel wheel (including a compact
sure to install them with the tapered
spare tire), tighten the wheel nuts until
ends facing inward. (→P.402)
the tapered portion
comes into
loose contact with the disc wheel seat
Installing the spare tire
1 Remove any dirt or foreign mat-
ter from the wheel contact sur-
face.
If foreign matter is on the wheel contact
surface, the wheel nuts may loosen
while the vehicle is in motion, causing
the tire to come off.
2 Install the tire and loosely
tighten each wheel nut by hand
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
403
3 Lower the vehicle.
emergency.
O Make sure to check the tire inflation
pressure of the compact spare tire.
(→P.426)
Q When the compact spare tire (if
equipped) is equipped
The vehicle becomes lower when driv-
ing with the compact spare tire com-
pared to when driving with standard
tires.
Q When using the compact spare tire
(if equipped)
4 Firmly tighten each wheel nut
As the compact spare tire is not
two or three times in the order
equipped with a tire pressure warning
shown in the illustration.
valve and transmitter, low inflation pres-
sure of the compact spare tire will not be
Tightening torque:
indicated by the tire pressure warning
103 N•m (10.5 kgf•m, 76 ft•lbf)
system. Also, if you replace the compact
spare tire after the tire pressure warning
light comes on, the light remains on.
QIf you have a flat front tire on a road
covered with snow or ice (vehicles
with a compact spare tire)
Install the compact spare tire on one of
the rear wheels of the vehicle. Perform
the following steps and fit tire chains to
the front tires:
1
Replace a rear tire with the compact
spare tire.
5 Stow the flat tire, tire jack and all
2
Replace the flat front tire with the tire
7
tools.
removed from the rear of the vehicle.
3
Fit tire chains to the front tires.
QThe full-size spare tire (if equipped)
Q When reinstalling the wheel orna-
OThe full-size spare tire has a “Tempo-
ment (steel wheels except compact
rary use only” label on the outer sur-
spare tire)
face of the wheel. Use the full-size
Align the cutout of the wheel ornament
spare tire temporarily, and only in an
with the valve stem as shown in the
emergency.
illustration.
O Make sure to check the tire inflation
pressure of the full-size spare tire.
(→P.426)
QThe compact spare tire (if
equipped)
OThe compact spare tire is identified by
the label “TEMPORARY USE ONLY
on the tire sidewall. Use the compact
spare tire temporarily, and only in an
404
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
WARNING
• LTA (Lane Tracing Assist) (if
equipped)
Q When using the full-size spare
tire (if equipped)
• Tire pressure warning system
OReplace the full-size spare tire with
• parking assist-sensor (if equipped)
a standard tire as soon as possible.
• PKSB (Parking Support Brake) (if
O Avoid sudden acceleration, abrupt
equipped)
steering, sudden braking and shift-
ing operations that cause sudden
• BSM (Blind Spot Monitor) (if
engine braking.
equipped)
Q When using the compact spare
• Rear view monitor system (if
tire (if equipped)
equipped)
O Remember that the compact spare
• S-IPA (Simple Intelligent Parking
tire provided is specifically
Assist System) (if equipped)
designed for use with your vehicle.
Do not use your compact spare tire
• Navigation system (if equipped)
on another vehicle.
QSpeed limit when using the com-
O Do not use more than one compact
pact spare tire (if equipped)
spare tires simultaneously.
Do not drive at speeds in excess of 80
km/h (50 mph) when a compact spare
O Replace the compact spare tire with
tire is installed on the vehicle.
a standard tire as soon as possible.
The compact spare tire is not
O Avoid sudden acceleration, abrupt
designed for driving at high speeds.
steering, sudden braking and shift-
Failure to observe this precaution
ing operations that cause sudden
may lead to an accident causing
engine braking.
death or serious injury.
Q When the compact spare tire (if
QAfter using the tools and jack
equipped) is attached
Before driving, make sure all the tools
The vehicle speed may not be cor-
and jack are securely in place in their
rectly detected, and the following sys-
storage location to reduce the possi-
tems may not operate correctly:
bility of personal injury during a colli-
• ABS & Brake assist
sion or sudden braking.
• VSC
• TRC
NOTICE
QBe careful when driving over
• Automatic High Beam (if equipped)
bumps with the compact spare
• Cruise control (if equipped)
tire (if equipped) installed on the
vehicle.
• Dynamic radar cruise control with
The vehicle becomes lower when
full-speed range (if equipped)
driving with the compact spare tire
• EPS
compared to when driving with stan-
dard tires. Be careful when driving
• Trailer Sway Control (if equipped)
over uneven road surfaces.
• PCS (Pre-Collision System) (if
equipped)
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
405
NOTICE
If the hybrid system will
not start
QDriving with tire chains and the
compact spare tire (if equipped)
Do not fit tire chains to the compact
Reasons for the hybrid system
spare tire. Tire chains may damage
not starting vary depending on
the vehicle body and adversely affect
driving performance.
the situation. Check the follow-
ing and perform the appropri-
Q When replacing the tires
ate procedure:
When removing or fitting the wheels,
tires or the tire pressure warning
valve and transmitter, contact any
authorized Mazda retailer or Mazda
The hybrid system will not
authorized repairer, or any reliable
start even though the cor-
repairer as the tire pressure warning
rect starting procedure is
valve and transmitter may be dam-
aged if not handled correctly.
being followed. (P.167,
Q To avoid damage to the tire pres-
169)
sure warning valves and trans-
mitters (except for compact
One of the following may be the
spare)
cause of the problem:
When a tire is repaired with liquid
sealants, the tire pressure warning
z
Vehicles with a smart entry &
valve and transmitter may not operate
start system: The electronic key
properly. If a liquid sealant is used,
may not be functioning properly.
contact any authorized Mazda retailer
or Mazda authorized repairer, or any
(→P.407)
reliable repairer as soon as possible.
z
There may not be sufficient fuel
Make sure to replace the tire pressure
warning valve and transmitter when
in the vehicle’s tank. Refuel the
7
replacing the tire. (→P.335)
vehicle.
z
There may be a malfunction in
the immobilizer system. (→P.81)
z
There may be a malfunction in
the steering lock system.
z
Vehicles with a smart entry &
start system: The hybrid system
may be malfunctioning due to an
electrical problem such as elec-
tronic key battery depletion or a
blown fuse. However, depend-
ing on the type of malfunction, an
interim measure is available to
start the hybrid system.
406
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
(→P.406)
Emergency start function
z The temperature of the hybrid
(vehicles with a smart entry
battery (traction battery) may be
& start system)
extremely low (below approxi-
mately -30°C [-22°F]). (→P.167,
When the hybrid system does not
169)
start, the following steps can be
used as an interim measure to start
the hybrid system if the power
The interior lights and head-
switch is functioning normally.
lights are dim, or the horn
Do not use this starting procedure
does not sound or sounds at
except in case of emergency.
a low volume.
1 Press the parking brake switch
One of the following may be the
to check that the parking brake
cause of the problem:
is set. (→P.178)
z The 12-volt battery may be dis-
Parking brake indicator will come on.
charged. (→P.409)
2 Shift the shift lever to P.
z The 12-volt battery terminal con-
3 Turn the power switch to ACC.
nections may be loose or cor-
4 Press and hold the power switch
roded. (→P.329)
for about 15 seconds while
depressing the brake pedal
The interior lights and head-
firmly.
lights do not turn on, or the
Even if the hybrid system can be
horn does not sound.
started using the above steps, the sys-
tem may be malfunctioning. Have the
One of the following may be the
vehicle inspected by any authorized
cause of the problem:
Mazda retailer or Mazda authorized
z The 12-volt battery may be dis-
repairer, or any reliable repairer.
charged. (→P.409)
z One or both of the 12-volt battery
terminals may be disconnected.
(→P.329)
Contact any authorized Mazda retailer
or Mazda authorized repairer, or any
reliable repairer if the problem cannot
be repaired, or if repair procedures are
unknown.
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
407
If you lose your keys
If the electronic key
does not operate prop-
New genuine keys can be
erly (vehicles with a
made by any authorized Mazda
smart entry & start sys-
retailer or Mazda authorized
tem)
repairer, or any reliable
repairer using the other key
If communication between the
(vehicles without a smart entry
electronic key and vehicle is
& start system) or mechanical
interrupted (P.135) or the
key (vehicles with a smart
electronic key cannot be used
entry & start system) and the
because the battery is
key number stamped on your
depleted, the smart entry &
key number plate.
start system and wireless
Keep the plate in a safe place
remote control cannot be used.
such as your wallet, not in the
In such cases, the doors can
vehicle.
be opened and the hybrid sys-
tem can be started by following
NOTICE
the procedure below.
Q When an electronic key is lost
(vehicles with a smart entry &
Q When the electronic key does not
start system)
work properly
If the electronic key remains lost, the
O Make sure that the smart entry & start
risk of vehicle theft increases signifi-
system has not been deactivated in
cantly. Visit any authorized Mazda
the customization setting. If it is off,
retailer or Mazda authorized repairer,
turn the function on. (Customizable
7
or any reliable repairer immediately
features: →P.431)
with all remaining electronic keys that
were provided with your vehicle.
O Check if battery-saving mode is set. If
it is set, cancel the function. (→P.135)
NOTICE
QIn case of a smart entry & start
system malfunction or other key-
related problems
Take your vehicle with all the elec-
tronic keys provided with your vehicle
to any authorized Mazda retailer or
Mazda authorized repairer, or any
reliable repairer.
408
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
Locking and unlocking the
WARNING
doors
QWhen using the mechanical key
and operating the power win-
Use the mechanical key (→P.125)
dows
in order to perform the following
Operate the power window after
checking to make sure that there is no
operations:
possibility of any passenger having
any of their body parts caught in the
window.
Also, do not allow children to operate
the mechanical key. It is possible for
children and other passengers to get
caught in the power window.
Starting the hybrid system
1 Ensure that the shift lever is in P
1 Locks all the doors
and depress the brake pedal.
2 Unlocks all the doors
2 Touch the area behind the lock
button and unlock button on the
QKey linked functions
electronic key to the power
switch.
When the electronic key is detected, a
buzzer sounds and the power switch
will turn to ON.
When the smart entry & start system is
deactivated in customization setting,
the power
switch will turn to ACC.
1
Closes the windows (turn and hold)*
2
Opens the windows (turn and hold)*
*: These settings must be customized at
any authorized Mazda retailer or
Mazda authorized repairer,
or any reli-
able repairer.
3 Firmly depress the brake pedal
and check that
is shown
on the multi-information display.
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
409
4 Press the power switch shortly
If the 12-volt battery is
and firmly.
discharged
In the event that the hybrid system
still cannot be started, contact any
The following procedures may
authorized Mazda retailer or Mazda
be used to start the hybrid sys-
authorized repairer, or any reliable
tem if the 12-volt battery is dis-
repairer.
charged.
You can also call any autho-
QStopping the hybrid system
rized Mazda retailer or Mazda
Shift the shift lever to P and press the
authorized repairer, or any reli-
power switch as you normally do when
able repairer or a qualified
stopping the hybrid system.
repair shop.
QElectronic key battery
As the above procedure is a temporary
measure, it is recommended that the
Restarting the hybrid sys-
electronic key battery be replaced
immediately when the battery is
tem
depleted. (→P.351)
If you have a set of jumper (or
QAlarm (if equipped)
booster) cables and a second vehi-
Using the mechanical key to lock the
doors will not set the alarm system.
cle with a 12-volt battery, you can
If a door is unlocked using the mechani-
jump start your vehicle by following
cal key when the alarm system is set,
the steps below.
the alarm may be triggered. (→P.83)
1 Vehicles with an alarm (→P.83):
QChanging power switch modes
Confirm that the electronic key
Release the brake pedal and press the
power switch in step 3 above.
is being carried.
7
The hybrid system does not start and
When connecting the jumper (or
modes will be changed each time the
booster) cables, depending on the situ-
switch is pressed. (→P.171)
ation, the alarm may activate and doors
locked. (→P.84)
410
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
2 Open the hood (→P.321) and
3 Open the exclusive jump start-
fuse box cover.
ing terminal cover.
4 Connect a positive jumper cable clamp to
on your vehicle and con-
nect the clamp on the other end of the positive cable to
on the sec-
ond vehicle. Then, connect a negative cable clamp to
on the second
vehicle and connect the clamp at the other end of the negative cable to
Exclusive jump starting terminal (your vehicle)
Positive (+) battery terminal (second vehicle)
Negative (-) battery terminal (second vehicle)
Solid, stationary, unpainted metallic point away from the exclusive jump
starting terminal and any moving parts as shown in the illustration
5 Start the engine of the second
minutes to recharge the 12-volt
vehicle. Increase the engine
battery of your vehicle.
speed slightly and maintain at
that level for approximately 5
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
411
6
Vehicles with a smart entry &
O Turn off any unnecessary electrical
components when the vehicle is run-
start system: Open and close
ning at a low speed for an extended
any of the doors of your vehicle
period, such as in heavy traffic.
with the power switch OFF.
Q When the 12-volt battery is
removed or discharged
7
Maintain the engine speed of
OInformation stored in the ECU is
the second vehicle and start the
cleared. When the 12-volt battery is
hybrid system of your vehicle by
depleted, have the vehicle inspected
turning the power switch to ON.
at any authorized Mazda retailer or
Mazda authorized repairer, or any reli-
8
Make sure the “READY” indica-
able repairer.
tor comes on. If the indicator
OSome systems may require initializa-
does not come on, contact any
tion. (→P.440)
authorized Mazda retailer or
Q When removing the 12-volt battery
terminals
Mazda authorized repairer, or
When the 12-volt battery terminals are
any reliable repairer.
removed, the information stored in the
9
Once the hybrid system has
ECU is cleared. Before removing the 12-
volt battery terminals, contact any
started, remove the jumper
authorized Mazda retailer or Mazda
cables in the exact reverse
authorized repairer, or any reliable
order from which they were con-
repairer.
nected.
QCharging the 12-volt battery
The electricity stored in the 12-volt bat-
10Close the exclusive jump start-
tery will discharge gradually even when
ing terminal cover and install the
the vehicle is not in use, due to natural
fuse box cover to its original
discharge and the draining effects of
certain electrical appliances. If the vehi-
position.
cle is left for a long time, the 12-volt bat-
7
Once the hybrid system starts,
tery may discharge, and the hybrid
system may be unable to start. (The 12-
have the vehicle inspected at any
volt battery recharges automatically
authorized Mazda retailer or Mazda
while the hybrid system is operating.)
authorized repairer, or any reliable
Q When recharging or replacing the
repairer as soon as possible.
12-volt battery (vehicles with a
smart entry & start system)
OIn some cases, it may not be possible
QStarting the hybrid system when
to unlock the doors using the smart
the 12-volt battery is discharged
entry & start system when the 12-volt
The hybrid system cannot be started by
battery is discharged. Use the wire-
push-starting.
less remote control or the mechanical
Q To prevent 12-volt battery dis-
key to lock or unlock the doors.
charge
OThe hybrid system may not start on
O Turn off the headlights and the audio
the first attempt after the 12-volt bat-
system while the hybrid system is off.
tery has recharged but will start nor-
mally after the second attempt. This is
not a malfunction.
412
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
OThe power switch mode is memorized
the exhaust hole may be plugged.)
by the vehicle. When the 12-volt bat-
tery is reconnected, the system will
return to the mode it was in before the
12-volt battery was discharged.
Before disconnecting the 12-volt bat-
tery, turn the power switch off.
If you are unsure what mode the
power switch was in before the 12-volt
battery discharged, be especially
careful when reconnecting the 12-volt
battery.
QWhen replacing the 12-volt battery
O Use a Central Degassing type 12-volt
battery (European Regulations).
O Use a battery that the case size is
same as the previous one, 20 hour
rate capacity (20HR) is equivalent or
Exhaust hole plug
greater, and performance rating
(CCA) is equivalent or greater. Check
Exhaust hole
the label on top of the battery for the
battery size and specifications (ex.
Exhaust hose
LN0, 35Ah, 264A).
OFor details, consult any authorized
• If the sizes differ, the 12-volt battery
Mazda retailer or Mazda authorized
cannot be properly secured.
repairer, or any reliable repairer.
• If the 20 hour rate capacity is low,
even if the time period where the vehi-
cle is not used is a short time, the 12-
WARNING
volt battery may discharge and the
hybrid system may not be able to
QWhen removing the 12-volt bat-
start.
tery terminals
O Use a ventilation type calcium battery
Always remove the negative (-) termi-
nal first. If the positive (+) terminal
O Use a 12-volt battery with a handle. If
contacts any metal in the surrounding
a 12-volt battery without a handle is
area when the positive (+) terminal is
used, removal is more difficult.
removed, a spark may occur, leading
OWhen removing the 12-volt battery:
to a fire in addition to electrical shocks
→P.329
and death or serious injury.
OAfter replacing, firmly attach the fol-
Q Avoiding 12-volt battery fires or
lowing items to the exhaust hole of the
explosions
12-volt battery.
Observe the following precautions to
• Use the exhaust hose that was
prevent accidentally igniting the flam-
attached to the 12-volt battery before
mable gas that may be emitted from
replacing and confirm that it is firmly
the 12-volt battery:
connected to the hole section of the
vehicle.
• Use the exhaust hole plug included
with the 12-volt battery replaced or the
one installed on the 12-volt battery
prior to the replacement. (Depending
on the 12-volt battery to be replaced,
413
7-2. Steps to take in an emergency
WARNING
O Do not allow children near the 12-
volt battery.
O Make sure each jumper cable is
connected to the correct terminal
QAfter recharging the 12-volt bat-
and that it is not unintentionally in
tery
contact with any other than the
Have the 12-volt battery inspected at
intended terminal.
any authorized Mazda retailer or
Mazda authorized repairer, or any
O Do not allow the other end of the
reliable repairer as soon as possible.
jumper cable connected to the “+
If the 12-volt battery is deteriorating,
terminal to come into contact with
continued use may cause the 12-volt
any other parts or metal surfaces in
battery to emit a malodorous gas,
the area, such as brackets or
which may be detrimental to the
unpainted metal.
health of passengers.
O Do not allow the + and - clamps of
QWhen replacing the 12-volt bat-
the jumper cables to come into con-
tery
tact with each other.
OFor information regarding 12-volt
O Do not smoke, use matches, ciga-
battery replacement, contact any
rette lighters or allow open flame
authorized Mazda retailer or Mazda
near the 12-volt battery.
authorized repairer, or any reliable
repairer.
Q 12-volt battery precautions
The 12-volt battery contains poison-
OAfter replacing, securely attach the
ous and corrosive acidic electrolyte,
exhaust hose and exhaust hole
while related parts contain lead and
plug to the exhaust hole of the
lead compounds. Observe the follow-
replaced 12-volt battery. If not prop-
ing precautions when handling the
erly installed, gases (hydrogen)
12-volt battery:
may leak into the vehicle interior,
and there is the possible danger of
O When working with the 12-volt bat-
the gas igniting and exploding.
tery, always wear safety glasses
and take care not to allow any bat-
7
tery fluids (acid) to come into con-
tact with skin, clothing or the vehicle
body.
O Do not lean over the 12-volt battery.
O In the event that battery fluid comes
into contact with the skin or eyes,
immediately wash the affected area
with water and seek medical atten-
tion. Place a wet sponge or cloth
over the affected area until medical
attention can be received.
OAlways wash your hands after han-
dling the 12-volt battery support,
terminals, and other battery-related
parts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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