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Mazda 3 (2022 year). Manual in english - page 1

 

 

Pictorial Index
Interior Overview
Interior Equipment (View A)
Interior Equipment (View A)
ᶃ High beam control switch
page 4-103
ᶄ Lighting control
page 4-56
ᶅ Turn and lane-change signals
page 4-62
ᶆ Audio remote control switches
page 5-23
ᶇ INFO switch
page 4-20
ᶈ Cruise control switches
page 4-135, 4-145, 4-157, 4-225
ᶉ Wiper and washer lever
page 4-63
ᶊ i-ACTIVSENSE OFF switch
page 4-100
ᶋ 360° view monitor switch
page 4-187
ᶌ Parking sensor OFF switch
page 4-248
ᶍ DSC OFF switch
page 4-91
ᶎ Position memory buttons
page 2-11
ᶏ Trunk release button
page 3-21
ᶐ Outside mirror switches
page 3-31
ᶑ Power window switches
page 3-35
ᶒ Power window lock switch
page 3-35
ᶓ Door-lock switch
page 3-16
ᶔ Door-lock knob
page 3-18
1-2
The equipment and installation position varies by vehicle
Pictorial Index
Interior Overview
Interior Equipment (View B)
Interior Equipment (View B)
ᶃ Instrument cluster
page 4-18
ᶄ Active driving display
page 4-36
ᶅ Mazda Connect
page 5-15
ᶆ Climate control system
page 5-2
ᶇ Heated steering wheel switch
page 2-21
ᶈ Seat warmer switches
page 2-20
ᶉ Hazard warning flasher switch
page 4-70
ᶊ Rear window defogger switch
page 4-68
ᶋ Glove compartment
page 5-47
ᶌ Push button start
page 4-4
ᶍ Horn
page 4-69
ᶎ Lock release lever
page 2-5
ᶏ Hood release handle
page 6-12
ᶐ Storage pocket
page 5-47
The equipment and installation position varies by vehicle
1-3
Pictorial Index
Interior Overview
Interior Equipment (View C)
Interior Equipment (View C)
ᶃ Head restraint
page 2-17
ᶄ Front seat
page 2-5
ᶅ Seat belt
page 2-23
ᶆ Bottle holder
page 5-45
ᶇ Vanity mirror
page 5-39
ᶈ Sunvisor
page 5-39
ᶉ Overhead light (front)/Map lights
page 5-40
ᶊ Overhead console
page 5-47
ᶋ Moonroof switch
page 3-39
ᶌ Rearview mirror
page 3-33
ᶍ Vent
page 5-3
ᶎ Cup holder
page 5-43
ᶏ Shift lever/Selector lever
page 4-39, 4-41
ᶐ Drive selection switch
page 4-92
ᶑ Commander switch
page 5-19
ᶒ Electric Parking Brake (EPB) switch
page 4-76
ᶓ AUTOHOLD switch
page 4-84
1-4
The equipment and installation position varies by vehicle
Pictorial Index
Interior Overview
Interior Equipment (View D)
Interior Equipment (View D)
ᶃ Push knob (5-door)
page 2-14
ᶄ Head restraint
page 2-17
ᶅ Child safety lock
page 3-19
ᶆ Rear coat hook
page 5-46
ᶇ Power window switch
page 3-35
ᶈ Overhead light (rear)
page 5-40
ᶉ Door-lock knob
page 3-18
ᶊ Assist grip
page 5-45
ᶋ Center console
page 5-47
ᶌ Accessory socket
page 5-42
ᶍ External input terminal
page 5-15
ᶎ Bottle holder
page 5-45
ᶏ Rear seat
page 2-14
ᶐ Cup holder
page 5-43
ᶑ Armrest
page 2-16
ᶒ ISOFIX lower anchors (Mexico)/LATCH lower anchors (Except Mexico)
........................................................................................................page 2-50
ᶓ Seat belt
page 2-23
The equipment and installation position varies by vehicle
1-5
Pictorial Index
Interior Overview
Interior Equipment (View E)
4-Door
ᶃ Lever
page 2-14
ᶄ Trunk light
page 5-40
1-6
The equipment and installation position varies by vehicle
Pictorial Index
Interior Overview
5-Door
ᶃ Luggage compartment cover
page 3-23
ᶄ Anchor brackets
page 2-42
ᶅ Luggage compartment light
page 5-40
The equipment and installation position varies by vehicle
1-7
Pictorial Index
Exterior Overview
4-Door
4-Door
ᶃ Windshield wiper blades
page 6-22
ᶄ Moonroof
page 3-38
ᶅ Door
page 3-11
ᶆ Window
page 3-35
ᶇ Touch sensor
page 3-13
ᶈ Fuel-filler lid
page 3-28
ᶉ Outside mirror
page 3-31
ᶊ Touch sensor
page 3-13
ᶋ Trunk lid
page 3-20
ᶌ Electric trunk lid opener
page 3-21
1-8
The equipment and installation position varies by vehicle
Pictorial Index
Exterior Overview
5-Door
5-Door
ᶃ Windshield wiper blades
page 6-22
ᶄ Moonroof
page 3-38
ᶅ Door
page 3-11
ᶆ Window
page 3-35
ᶇ Touch sensor
page 3-13
ᶈ Fuel-filler lid
page 3-28
ᶉ Outside mirror
page 3-31
ᶊ Touch sensor
page 3-13
ᶋ Liftgate
page 3-20
ᶌ Electric liftgate opener
page 3-21
ᶍ Rear window wiper blade
page 6-26
The equipment and installation position varies by vehicle
1-9
MEMO
1-10
Essential Safety Equipment
2
Important information about safety equipment, including seats,
seat belt system, child-restraint systems and SRS air bags.
Seats
2-2
Child-Restraint System
Seat Precautions
2-2
Installation
2-37
Front Seat
2-5
Child-Restraint System Suitability
Rear Seat
2-14
for Various Seat Positions
Head Restraints
2-17
Table
2-39
Installing Child-Restraint
Systems
2-42
Seat Warmer/Heated Steering
Wheel
2-20
Seat Warmer*
2-20
SRS Air Bags
2-55
Heated Steering Wheel*
2-21
Supplemental Restraint System
(SRS) Precautions
2-55
Supplemental Restraint System
Seat Belt Systems
2-23
Components
2-61
Seat Belt Precautions
2-23
How the SRS Air Bags
Seat Belt
2-26
Work
2-63
Seat Belt Warning Systems
2-27
SRS Air Bag Deployment
Front Seat Belt Pretensioner and
Criteria
2-67
Load Limiting Systems
2-28
Limitations to SRS Air Bag
2-69
Seat Belt Extender
2-30
Driver and Front Passenger
Occupant Classification
Child Restraint
2-32
System*
2-70
Child-Restraint Precautions
Constant Monitoring
2-75
.......................................... 2-32
*Some models.
2-1
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
Adjust a seat only when the vehicle is
Seat Precautions
stopped:
If the seat is adjusted while the vehicle
Seat Precautions
is being driven, the seating posture
may become unstable and the seat
WARNING
could move unexpectedly resulting in
injury.
Make sure the adjustable components
of a seat are locked in place:
Do not modify or replace the front
Adjustable seats and seatbacks that are
seats:
not securely locked are dangerous. In a
Modifying or replacing the front seats
sudden stop or collision, the seat or
such as replacing the upholstery or
seatback could move, causing injury.
loosening any bolts is dangerous. The
Make sure the adjustable components
front seats contain air bag components
of the seat are locked in place by
essential to the supplemental restraint
attempting to slide the seat forward
system. Such modifications could
and backward and rocking the
damage the supplemental restraint
seatback.
system and result in serious injury.
Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer if
Never allow children to adjust a seat:
there is any need to remove or reinstall
Allowing children to adjust a seat is
the front seats.
dangerous as it could result in serious
injury if a child's hands or feet become
Do not drive with damaged front
caught in the seat.
seats:
Driving with damaged front seats, such
Do not drive with the seatback
as seat cushions torn or damaged
unlocked:
down to the urethane, is dangerous. A
All of the seatbacks play an important
collision, even one not strong enough
role in your protection in a vehicle.
to inflate the air bags, could damage
Leaving the seatback unlocked is
the front seats which contain essential
dangerous as it can allow passengers
air bag components. If there was a
to be ejected or thrown around and
subsequent collision, an air bag may
baggage to strike occupants in a
not deploy which could lead to
sudden stop or collision, resulting in
injuries. Always have an Authorized
severe injury. After adjusting the
Mazda Dealer inspect the front seats,
seatback at any time, even when there
front seat belt pretensioners and air
are no other passengers, rock the
bags after a collision.
seatback to make sure it is locked in
place.
2-2
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
Do not drive with either front seats
Never allow a passenger to sit or
reclined:
stand on the folded seatback while
Sitting in a reclined position while the
the vehicle is moving:
vehicle is moving is dangerous because
Driving with a passenger on the folded
you do not get the full protection from
seatback is dangerous. Allowing a child
seat belts. During sudden braking or a
to sit up on the folded seatback while
collision, you can slide under the lap
the vehicle is moving is particularly
belt and suffer serious internal injuries.
dangerous. In a sudden stop or even a
For maximum protection, sit well back
minor collision, a child not in a proper
and upright.
seat or child-restraint system and seat
belt could be thrown forward, back or
Do not place an object such as a
even out of the vehicle resulting in
cushion between the seatback and
serious injuries or death. The child in
your back:
the baggage area could be thrown into
Putting an object such as a cushion
other occupants and cause serious
between the seatback and your back is
injury.
dangerous because you will be unable
to maintain a safe driving posture and
Never give the car keys to children
the seat belt cannot function at its full
and do not allow them to play in the
capacity in a collision, which could
vehicle (4-Door):
result in a serious accident, injury or
Playing with the folding rear seats is
death.
dangerous. Once the seatbacks are
back up, a child in the trunk would not
Do not place objects under the seat:
be able to get out the way they had
The object could get stuck and cause
entered. If you have small children,
the seat to not be fixed securely, and
keep the seatbacks locked.
result in an accident.
Always leave your car locked and
Do not stack cargo higher than the
keep the car keys safely away from
seatbacks:
children (4-Door):
Stacking luggage or other cargo higher
Leaving your car unlocked or the keys
than the seatbacks is dangerous.
in reach of children is dangerous.
During sudden braking or a collision,
Children who find their way into the
objects can fly around and become
trunk through an unlocked rear
projectiles that may hit and injure
seatback or an open trunk can become
passengers.
accidentally locked in the trunk. This
could result in death or brain damage
Make sure luggage and cargo is
from heat prostration, particularly in
secured before driving:
the summer. Always lock the doors and
Not securing cargo while driving is
the trunk, and as an added measure,
dangerous as it could move or be
keep the rear seatbacks locked,
crushed during sudden braking or a
whether you have children in your
collision and cause injury.
home or not.
Additionally, if the air bags deploy, the
cargo may scatter which could result in
serious injury or death.
2-3
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
Do not use the switch to make
CAUTION
more than one adjustment at a
¾ When operating a seat, be careful
time.
not to put your hands or fingers near
the moving parts of the seat or on
the side trim to prevent injury.
¾ When moving the seats, make sure
there is no cargo in the surrounding
area. If the cargo gets caught it could
damage the cargo.
¾ (Manual Seat)
When moving the seats forward and
rearward or returning a rear-reclined
seatback to its upright position,
make sure you hold onto the
seatback with your hand while
operating. If the seatback is not held,
the seat will move suddenly and
could cause injury.
¾ When inserting your hand under the
seat to clean the cabin or pick up
something you dropped under the
seat, be careful not to hurt yourself.
If you contact the moving parts and
surrounding parts around the seat
rail, seat frame, and the bottom of
the seat, it could result in injury.
NOTE
When returning a rear seat to its
original position, place the seat belt
in its normal position. Verify that the
seat belt pulls out and retracts.
(Power Seat)
The seat-bottom power adjustment
is operated by motors. Avoid
extended operation because
excessive use can damage the
motors.
To prevent the battery from
running down, avoid using the
power adjustment when the
engine is stopped. The adjuster
uses a large amount of electrical
power.
2-4
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
Manual seat
Front Seat
Adjusting the Driver's Seat
Using the driving position set up
procedure recommended by Mazda
allows you to maintain a relaxed
posture, drive the vehicle for longer
periods without feeling tired, and
make quick operations naturally.
Also, you can be assured of a clear
view in the forward direction to help
you drive more safely and comfortably.
The adjustments for the driving
position recommended by Mazda are
done using the following procedures.
1.
Moving the steering wheel and seat
to their default positions.
2.
Adjusting the seatback angle.
3.
Adjusting the seat position forward
and back.
4.
Adjusting the seat height.
5.
Adjusting the height on the front
edge of the seat bottom.
1.
Seat Slide
6.
Adjusting the steering wheel
To move a seat forward or
position.
backward, raise the lever and slide
7.
Adjusting the head restraint
the seat to the desired position and
position.
release the lever.
Make sure the lever returns to its
original position and the seat is
locked in place by attempting to
push it forward and backward.
2.
Height Adjustment
To adjust the seat height, move the
lever up or down.
3.
Height Adjustment for Front Edge
of Seat Bottom
To adjust the height for front edge
of the seat bottom, rotate the dial
to the desired position.
2-5
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
4. Seat Recline
3. Height Adjustment for Front Edge
To change the seatback angle, lean
of Seat Bottom
forward slightly while raising the
To adjust the front height of the
lever. Then lean back to the desired
seat bottom, raise or lower the
position and release the lever.
front of the slide lifter switch.
Make sure the lever returns to its
4. Seat Recline
original position and the seatback is
To change the seatback angle, press
locked in place by attempting to
the front or rear side of the reclining
push it forward and backward.
switch. Release the switch at the
desired position.
Power seat
5. Lumbar Support Adjustment
To increase the seat firmness, press
and hold the front part of the
switch to the desired position, then
release it.
Press the rear part of the switch to
decrease firmness.
Before making adjustments to the
driving position recommended by
Mazda
Before making adjustments, move the
steering wheel and seat to their default
positions.
How to move the steering wheel to its
default position
WARNING
Never adjust the steering wheel while
the vehicle is moving:
1.
Seat Slide
Adjusting the steering wheel while the
To slide the seat, move the slide
vehicle is moving is dangerous. Moving
lifter switch on the outside of the
it can very easily cause the driver to
seat to the front or back and hold
abruptly turn to the left or right. This
it. Release the switch at the desired
can lead to loss of control or an
position.
accident.
2.
Height Adjustment
To adjust the seat height, move the
slide lifter switch up or down.
2-6
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
After adjusting the steering wheel
Seat adjustment procedure for the
position, make sure it is securely
driving position recommended by
locked by trying to move it up and
Mazda
down:
Adjusting the seatback angle
Driving with the steering wheel not
(reclining)
securely locked in position is
dangerous. If the steering wheel moves
Adjust the seatback to the angle
unexpectedly while driving, you could
providing a comfortable seated
lose control of the steering resulting in
posture.
an accident.
1. With your posture slightly slouched,
move the seatback forward to the
Lower the lever, move the steering
angle where your waist feels slightly
wheel to the lowest position, and then
cramped.
push it down and all the way back.
How to move a driver’s seat to its
default position
1. Slide the seat all the way back.
2. Lower the seat to its lowest height.
3. Lower the front edge of the seat
bottom to its lowest height.
4. Sit squarely in the seat and rest your
back against the seatback.
1. Manual Seat
2. Power Seat
2. Move the seatback backward to a
comfortable seated posture without
2-7
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
any feeling of cramping in your
Adjusting the seat position forward
waist.
and back (sliding)
Adjust the seat to the position best for
operating the accelerator and brake
pedals.
1. Place your left foot on the footrest,
your right foot between the
accelerator and brake pedals, and
position your heel to the position
allowing easy switching between
the pedals.
2. With your heel set on the floor, set
your right foot on the brake pedal
and move the seat forward as far as
possible until you feel a slight
cramping in your ankle.
1. Manual Seat
2. Power Seat
1. Manual Seat
2. Power Seat
2-8
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
3. With your right foot set on the
Adjusting the seat height
brake pedal, move the seat back
Adjust the seat height to a position
until you no longer feel cramping in
where you have a clear forward view
your ankle.
and you can drive the vehicle easily.
4. With your heel set on the floor,
1. With your back resting against the
make sure you can move your foot
seatback, raise the seat to the
between the brake pedal and
height where you can see the rear
accelerator pedal smoothly.
edge area of the hood surface from
5. Depress the accelerator pedal
the windshield.
completely with your heel set on
the floor and make sure that your
ankle does not feel over-stretched.
1. Manual Seat
2. Power Seat
1. Manual Seat
2. Power Seat
2-9
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
Adjusting the height on the front edge
Adjusting the steering wheel position
of the seat bottom
Adjust the steering wheel to the
Adjust the height on the front edge of
position where it can be operated
the seat bottom to the position where
easily and the gauges can be viewed
the back of your knees contacts the
easily.
front edge of the seat bottom.
1. With your back resting against the
1. With your right foot set on the
seatback, extend both arms, place
accelerator pedal, adjust the height
them on the top of the steering
on the front edge of the seat
wheel, and pull the steering wheel
bottom so that the back of your
towards you to the position of your
knees lightly contacts the front edge
wrists.
of the seat bottom.
2. Depress the accelerator pedal and
make sure that you no longer feel
cramping in the back of your knees.
2. Adjust the steering wheel height so
that the gauges can be viewed
easily.
3. Raise the lever to securely lock the
steering wheel.
Adjusting the head restraint position
To prevent shock to the head and
neck, adjust the head restraints to their
correct positions.
Refer to Height Adjustment on page
1. Manual Seat
2-17.
2. Power Seat
2-10
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
Driving Position Memory (Power
5.
Press the SET button continuously
Seat)*
until a sound is activated.
The desired driving position can be
called up after programming the
position.
The following driving positions can be
programmed.
Driver’s seat position (seat slide,
height adjustment, front edge of seat
bottom, seat recline)
Refer to Adjusting the Driver's Seat
1.
1 button
on page 2-5.
2.
2 button
Active driving display (display
3. SET button
position, brightness level, display
6.
Do the following operation within 5
information)
seconds after the sound is activated
Refer to Active Driving Display on
to program the driving position.
page 4-36.
Outside mirror angle
Programming to a position
Refer to Outside Mirrors on page
memory button
3-31.
Press the button you want to
program, either 1 or 2 button.
A driving position can be programmed
Programming to the transmitter
to the following parts.
Press the unlock button on the
Position memory button
transmitter.
Transmitter used for vehicle
A sound is activated when the
operation is completed correctly.
NOTE
NOTE
Lumbar support adjustment cannot
be programmed.
If you do not perform the operation
correctly, a sound indicating that the
Programming
programming has failed is activated.
1. Make sure the parking brake is on.
If the angle of the outer mirrors only
2.
(Automatic transmission)
changes a little, the angle of the
Make sure the selector lever is in
outer mirrors may not have been
the P position.
programmed correctly.
3. Switch the ignition ON.
If the angle of the outer mirrors is
4. Adjust the following parts to the
adjusted close to the limits of its
desired conditions.
range of motion, the driving position
can be successfully programmed, but
Driver's seat
it may fail when calling up the
Active driving display
programmed driving position.
Outside mirrors
*Some models.
2-11
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
Calling up the programmed driving
(Automatic transmission)
position
The selector lever is shifted to a
position other than P.
CAUTION
Using the transmitter
Do not place fingers or hands around
1.
Unlock the driver's door using one
the bottom of the seat while the seat
of the following methods.
memory function is operating. The seat
Touch the sensing area of the
moves automatically while the seat
door release touch sensor.
memory function is operating and
Press the unlock button on the
fingers or hands could get pinched and
transmitter.
injured.
2.
When you open the driver's door
Using the position memory button
within 90 seconds after unlocking
the doors, the adjustment of the
1. Make sure the parking brake is on.
following parts starts.
2.
(Automatic transmission)
Make sure the selector lever is in
Driver's seat
Active driving display (When the
the P position.
3. Switch the ignition ON.
ignition is switched ON, the
adjusted active driving display is
4. Press the programming button for
the driving position you want to call
activated.)
Outside mirrors
up (button 1 or 2).
5. A sound is activated when the
A sound is activated when the
adjustment to the programmed
adjustment is completed.
driving position is completed.
NOTE
When adjustment of the driving
position is not necessary, a sound is
not activated.
The driving position adjustment is
canceled in the following cases:
The seat adjustment switch on the
driver's seat is operated.
The angle of the outer mirrors is
adjusted.
The SET button is pressed.
Programming button 1 or 2 is
pressed.
The lock button or unlock button
on the transmitter is pressed.
The vehicle starts moving.
The active driving display is
adjusted.
(Manual transmission)
The parking brake is released.
2-12
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
NOTE
Adjusting the Front Passenger's
Seat
When adjustment of the driving
position is not necessary, a sound is
not activated.
The driving position adjustment is
canceled in the following cases:
The seat adjustment switch on the
driver's seat is operated.
The angle of the outer mirrors is
adjusted.
The SET button is pressed.
Programming button 1 or 2 is
pressed.
The lock button or unlock button
on the transmitter is pressed.
The vehicle starts moving.
The active driving display is
adjusted.
(Manual transmission)
The parking brake is released.
(Automatic transmission)
The selector lever is shifted to a
position other than P.
Erasing programmed driving positions
1.
Seat Slide
To move a seat forward or
Erasing the driving positions
backward, raise the lever and slide
programmed to the key
the seat to the desired position and
1. Switch the ignition OFF.
release the lever.
2. Press the SET button continuously
Make sure the lever returns to its
until a sound is activated.
original position and the seat is
3. Press the lock button on the
locked in place by attempting to
transmitter within 5 seconds after
push it forward and backward.
the sound is activated.
2.
Seat Recline
To change the seatback angle, lean
NOTE
forward slightly while raising the
If you do not perform the operation
lever. Then lean back to the desired
correctly, a sound indicating that the
position and release the lever.
programming has failed is activated.
Make sure the lever returns to its
original position and the seatback is
locked in place by attempting to
push it forward and backward.
2-13
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
When transporting cargo, do not
Rear Seat
allow the cargo to exceed the height
of the seatbacks.
Split Folding the Seatbacks
Transporting cargo stacked higher than
the seatbacks is dangerous as visibility
By lowering the rear seatbacks the
to the rear and sides of the vehicle is
luggage compartment space can be
reduced which could interfere with
expanded.
driving operations and lead to an
WARNING
accident.
Lowering the seatbacks
Do not drive the vehicle with
occupants on folded down seatbacks
CAUTION
or in the luggage compartment.
Putting occupants in the luggage
¾ (5-Door)
compartment is dangerous because
seat belts cannot be fastened which
When folding the seatback forward,
could lead to serious injury or death
always support the seatback with
during sudden braking or a collision.
your hand. If it is not supported by a
hand, fingers or the hand pressing
Do not allow children to play inside
the push knob could be injured.
the vehicle with the seatbacks
¾ Check the position of a front seat
lowered.
before folding a rear seatback.
Allowing children to play in the vehicle
Depending on the position of a front
with the seatbacks folded down is
seat, it may not be possible to fold a
dangerous. If a child enters the luggage
rear seatback all the way down
compartment and the seatbacks were
because it may hit the seatback of
raised back up, the child may become
the front seat which could scratch or
trapped in the luggage compartment
damage the front seat or its pocket.
which could lead to an accident.
Lower or remove the head restraint
on the rear outboard seat if
Tightly secure cargo in the luggage
necessary.
compartment when it is transported
with the seatbacks folded down.
Driving without tightly securing cargo
and luggage is dangerous as it could
move and become an obstruction to
driving during emergency braking or a
collision resulting in an unexpected
accident.
2-14
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
(4-Door)
To return the seatback to its upright
position:
1. Open the trunk lid and pull the
lever of the seatback you want to
fold down.
WARNING
When returning a seatback to its
upright position, make sure the
3-point seat belt is not caught in the
seatback and the 3-point seat belt is
not twisted.
If the seat belt is used while it is
twisted and caught in the seatback, the
seat belt cannot function at its full
capacity, which could cause serious
injury or death.
2. Open a rear door and fold the rear
seat forward.
When returning a seatback to its
upright position, make sure that it is
(5-Door)
firmly locked and the red indication is
Press the push knob to fold down the
not visible (5-Door).
seatback.
If the red indication is visible behind
the push knob, it means the seatback
is not locked. If the vehicle is driven
without the seatback locked, it could
fold down suddenly and cause an
accident.
1. Locked position
2. Unlocked position
3. Red indication
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Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
1. Make sure that the seat belt passes
(5-Door)
through the seat belt guide
correctly and it is not twisted, then
raise the seatback while preventing
the seat belt from being caught in
the seatback.
(4-Door)
1. Seat belt guides
1. Red indication
2. Seat belt guide
2. Press the seatback rearward and
lock it in place. After returning the
seatback to its upright position,
make sure it is securely locked.
Armrest*
The rear armrest in the center of the
rear seatback can be used (no
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*Some models.
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
occupant in the center seat) or placed
Head Restraints
upright.
Head Restraints
Your vehicle is equipped with head
restraints on all outboard seats and the
rear center seat. The head restraints are
intended to help protect you and the
passengers from neck injury.
WARNING
Always drive with the head restraints
installed when seats are being used
and make sure they are properly
WARNING
adjusted:
Driving with the head restraints
adjusted too low or removed is
Never put your hands and fingers
around the moving parts of the seat
dangerous. With no support behind
your head, your neck could be
and armrest:
Putting your hands and fingers around
seriously injured in a collision.
the moving parts of the seat and
Height Adjustment
armrest is dangerous as they could get
injured.
Adjust the head restraint so that the
center is even with the top of the
passenger's ears.
To raise a head restraint, pull it up to
the desired position.
To lower the head restraint, press the
stop-catch release, then push the head
restraint down.
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Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
Front seats
Removal/Installation
To remove the head restraint, pull it up
while pressing the stop-catch.
To install the head restraint, insert the
legs into the holes while pressing the
stop-catch.
WARNING
Always drive with the head restraints
installed when seats are being used
and make sure they are properly
Rear outboard seats
installed:
Driving with the head restraints not
installed is dangerous. With no support
behind your head, your neck could be
seriously injured in a collision.
After installing a head restraint, try
lifting it to make sure that it does not
pull out:
Driving with an unsecured head
restraint is dangerous as the
effectiveness of the head restraint will
be compromised which could cause it
to unexpectedly detach from the seat.
Rear center seat
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Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
CAUTION
¾ When installing a head restraint,
make sure that it is installed correctly
with the front of the head restraint
facing forward. If the head restraint is
installed incorrectly, it could detach
from the seat during a collision and
result in injury.
¾ The head restraints on each of the
front and rear seats are specialized to
each seat. Do not switch around the
head restraint positions. If a head
restraint is not installed to its correct
seat position, the effectiveness of the
head restraint during a collision will
be compromised which could cause
injury.
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Essential Safety Equipment
Seat Warmer/Heated Steering Wheel
Auto mode
Seat Warmer*
The driver and front passenger's seat
Seat Warmer
warmer can be operated in auto mode
using the following procedure.
The front seats can be warmed up
1. If “Link Seat & Climate Control
while the engine is running.
Temperatures” has been disabled,
While the seat warmer is operating,
enable it using the following
the indicator light in the seat warmer
procedure.
switch turns on according to the set
a) Select “Settings” from the Mazda
temperature.
Connect home screen.
Manual mode
b) Select “Vehicle Settings”.
c) Enable “Link Seat & Climate
When the seat warmer switch is
Control Temperatures”.
pressed, the seat warmer operates in
2. Press the AUTO switch.
manual mode.
While in auto mode, the seat
The set temperature changes as shown
temperature is automatically controlled
in the figure each time the seat warmer
in 4 levels (High, Mid, Low, and OFF)
switch is pressed.
according to the conditions in the
cabin.
NOTE
If the front passenger’s seat belt is
unfastened, the front passenger’s
seat warmer turns off.
If the seat warmer switch is pressed
during auto mode, the seat warmer
on the side where the switch was
pressed switches to manual mode.
To return to auto mode, press the
1. OFF
AUTO switch.
2. High
If the engine is turned off while the
3. Mid
seat warmer is operating in auto
4. Low
mode, the seat warmer operates in
auto mode again the next time the
NOTE
engine is turned on.
If the engine is turned off while the
seat warmer is operating in manual
mode, the seat warmer does not turn
on automatically the next time the
engine is turned on. To turn the seat
warmer on, press the switch again.
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*Some models.
Essential Safety Equipment
Seat Warmer/Heated Steering Wheel
WARNING
Heated Steering Wheel*
Be careful when using the seat
Heated Steering Wheel
warmer:
The grips on the left and right of the
The heat from the seat warmer may be
steering wheel can be warmed up
too hot for the following people and
when the ignition is switched ON.
could cause a low-temperature burn.
While the heated steering wheel is
¾ Infants, small children, elderly
operating, the indicator light in the
people, and physically challenged
heated steering wheel switch turns on.
people
¾ People with delicate skin
¾ People who are excessively fatigued
¾ People who are intoxicated
¾ People who have taken
sleep-inducing medicine such as
sleeping pills or cold medicine
Do not use the seat warmer with
anything having high
moisture-retention ability such as a
blanket or cushion on the seat:
1. Heated steering wheel switch
The seat may be heated excessively
2. Heating area
and cause a low-temperature burn.
Manual mode
Do not use the seat warmer even
when taking a short nap in the
The heated steering wheel operates for
vehicle:
about 30 minutes when the heated
The seat may be heated excessively
steering wheel switch is pressed, and
and cause a low-temperature burn.
then automatically turns off.
To turn the heated steering wheel off
Do not place heavy objects with sharp
manually, press the switch again.
projections on the seat, or insert
needles or pins into it:
This could cause the seat to become
excessively heated and result in injury
from a minor burn.
CAUTION
¾ Do not use organic solvents to clean
the seat. It may damage the seat
surface and the heater.
*Some models.
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Essential Safety Equipment
Seat Warmer/Heated Steering Wheel
Auto mode
CAUTION
The heated steering wheel can be
The following types of persons should
operated in auto mode using the
be careful not to touch the steering
following procedure.
wheel. Otherwise, it could cause a
1. If “Link Seat & Climate Control
low-temperature burn.
Temperatures” has been disabled,
enable it using the following
¾ Infants, small children, elderly
procedure.
people, and physically challenged
a) Select “Settings” from the Mazda
people
Connect home screen.
¾ People with delicate skin
b) Select “Vehicle Settings”.
¾ People who are excessively fatigued
c) Enable “Link Seat & Climate
¾ People who are intoxicated
Control Temperatures”.
¾ People who have taken
2. Press the AUTO switch.
sleep-inducing medicine such as
While in auto mode, the heated
sleeping pills or cold medicine
steering wheel automatically operates/
turns off according to the conditions in
the cabin.
NOTE
If the heated steering wheel switch is
pressed during auto mode, the
heated steering wheel switches to
manual mode. To return to auto
mode, press the AUTO switch.
If the ignition is switched OFF while
the heated steering wheel is
operating in auto mode, the heated
steering wheel operates in auto
mode again the next time the
ignition is switched ON.
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