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Mazda 3 Hatchback (2022 year). Manual in english - page 10

 

 

Engine Start Function When Key
Battery is Dead

CAUTION

When starting the engine by holding
the transmitter over the push button
start due to a dead key battery or a
malfunctioning key, be careful not to
allow the following, otherwise the
signal from the key will not be received
correctly and the engine may not start.

¾

Metal parts of other keys or metal
objects touch the key.

¾

Spare keys or keys for other vehicles
equipped with an immobilizer
system touch or come near the key.

¾

Devices for electronic purchases, or
security passage touch or come near
the key.

If the engine cannot be started due to
a dead key battery, the engine can be
started using the following procedure:
1. Continue to depress the brake

pedal firmly until the engine has
completely started.

2.

(Manual transmission)

Continue to depress the clutch
pedal firmly until the engine has
completely started.

(Automatic transmission)

Put the vehicle in park (P). If you
must restart the engine while the
vehicle is moving, shift into neutral
(N).

3. Make sure that the push button

start indication light (green) flashes.

4. Align the center area of the

emblem on the transmitter with the
center area of the push button start
while the push button start
indicator light (green) flashes.

1. Indicator light
2. Push button start
3. Transmitter
4. Emblem

5. Make sure that the push button

start indicator light (green) turns
on.

6. Press the push button start to start

the engine.

When Driving

Start/Stop Engine

4-8

NOTE

x

The engine cannot be started
unless the clutch pedal is fully
depressed (manual transmission)
or the brake pedal is fully
depressed (automatic
transmission).

x

If there is a malfunction with the
push button start function, the
push button start indicator light
(amber) flashes. In this case, the
engine may start, however, have
the vehicle checked at an
Authorized Mazda Dealer as
soon as possible.

x

If the push button start indicator
light (green) does not illuminate,
perform the operation from the
beginning again. If it does not
illuminate, have the vehicle
checked at an Authorized Mazda
Dealer.

x

To switch the ignition position
without starting the engine,
perform the following operations
after the push button start
indicator light (green) turns on.
1. Release the clutch pedal

(manual transmission) or
brake pedal (automatic
transmission).

2. Press the push button start to

switch the ignition position.
The ignition switches in the
order of ACC, ON, and off
each time the push button
start is pressed. To switch the
ignition position again,
perform the operation from
the beginning.

Emergency Operation for Starting
the Engine

If the KEY warning indication (red) is
displayed, or the push button start
indicator light (amber) flashes, this
could indicate that the engine may not
start using the usual starting method.
Have your vehicle inspected at an
Authorized Mazda Dealer as soon as
possible. If this occurs, the engine can
be force-started. Press and hold the
push button start until the engine
starts. Other procedures necessary for
starting the engine such as having the
key in the cabin, and depressing the
clutch pedal (manual transmission) or
the brake pedal (automatic
transmission) are required.

When Driving

Start/Stop Engine

4-9

Turning the Engine Off

Turning the Engine Off

WARNING

Do not stop the engine while the
vehicle is moving:

Stopping the engine while the vehicle
is moving for any reason other than in
an emergency is dangerous. Stopping
the engine while the vehicle is moving
will result in reduced braking ability
due to the loss of power braking,
which could cause an accident and
serious injury.

1. Stop the vehicle completely.
2.

(Manual transmission)

Shift into neutral and set the
parking brake.

(Automatic transmission)

Shift the selector lever to the P
position and set the parking brake.

3. Press the push button start to turn

off the engine. The ignition position
is off.

CAUTION

¾

When leaving the vehicle, make sure
the push button start is off.

NOTE

x

(SKYACTIV-G 2.0, SKYACTIV-G 2.5)

The cooling fan in the engine
compartment could turn on for a few
minutes after the ignition is switched
from ON to OFF, whether or not the
A/C is on or off, to cool the engine
compartment quickly.

x

If the system detects that the
remaining battery power of the key is
low when the ignition is switched
from ON to ACC or OFF, the
following is indicated.
Replace with a new battery before
the key becomes unusable.
Refer to Key Battery Replacement on
page 6-30.
A message is indicated in the display
of the instrument cluster.
Refer to KEY Warning Indication/
Warning Light (Red) on page 7-34.

x

(Automatic transmission)

If the engine is turned off while the
selector lever is in a position other
than P, the ignition switches to ACC.

Emergency Engine Stop

Continuously pressing the push button
start or quickly pressing it any number
of times while the engine is running or
the vehicle is being driven will turn the
engine off immediately. The ignition
switches to ACC.

When Driving

Start/Stop Engine

4-10

i-stop

*

i-stop

The i-stop function automatically stops
the engine when the vehicle is stopped
at a traffic light or stuck in traffic, and
then restarts the engine automatically
to resume driving. The system provides
improved fuel economy, reduced
exhaust gas emissions, and eliminates
idling noise while the engine is
stopped.

Engine idle stopping and restarting

NOTE

x

After parking the vehicle, make sure
that the ignition is switched OFF.
There is the possibility of the vehicle
moving if the vehicle is parked while
i-stop is operating.

x

The i-stop indicator light (green)
turns on under the following
conditions:

x

When engine idling is stopped.

x

The i-stop indicator light (green)
turns off when the engine is
restarted.

Engine idle stopping and restarting
while vehicle is stopped
(AUTOHOLD operation turned off)

1. Stop the vehicle by depressing the

brake pedal and then the clutch
pedal.

2. While depressing the clutch pedal,

shift the shift lever to the neutral
position. Engine idling stops after
the clutch pedal is released.

3. The engine restarts automatically

when the clutch pedal is depressed.

(When the vehicle is stopped by the
AUTOHOLD function)

1. Bring the vehicle to a complete stop

by depressing the brake pedal first
and then the clutch pedal.

2. While depressing the clutch pedal,

shift the shift lever to neutral. After
releasing your foot from the clutch
pedal, engine idling stops and
continues to be stopped even if the
brake pedal is released.

3. The engine restarts automatically

when the clutch pedal is depressed.

Engine idle stopping and restarting
while driving

1. The gear shift indicator (GSI)

displays N when engine idling can
be stopped while the change lever
is in a position other than neutral.

2. Depress the clutch pedal.
3. Shift the change lever to the neutral

position.

4. Engine idling is stopped after

releasing the clutch pedal.

5. The engine restarts automatically

when the clutch pedal is depressed.

Engine idle stopping and restarting
while vehicle is stopped
(AUTOHOLD operation turned off and
When not using Mazda Radar Cruise
Control with Stop & Go function
(MRCC with Stop & Go function)/
Traffic Jam Assist (TJA))

1. Engine idling stops when the brake

pedal is depressed while the vehicle
is driven (except for driving in the R
or M position second gear fixed
mode) and the vehicle is stopped.

2. The engine restarts automatically

when the brake pedal is released

When Driving

Start/Stop Engine

*Some models.

4-11

with the selector lever in the D or
M position (not in second gear
fixed mode).

3. If the selector lever is in the N or P

position, the engine does not
restart when the brake pedal is
released. The engine restarts when
the brake pedal is depressed again
or the selector lever is shifted to the
D, M (not in second gear fixed
mode) or the R position. (For the
purposes of safety, always keep the
brake pedal depressed when
shifting the selector lever while
engine idling is stopped.)

(When the vehicle is stopped by the
MRCC with Stop & Go function/TJA
stop hold control)

1. When the vehicle is stopped by the

MRCC with Stop & Go function/
TJA, engine idling stops and
continues to be stopped without
depressing the brake pedal.

2. When the accelerator pedal is

depressed or the RES switch is
operated, while the vehicle is
stopped by the MRCC with Stop &
Go function/TJA, the engine will
automatically restart if the selector
lever is in the D/M position (not in
second gear fixed mode).

(When the vehicle is stopped by the
AUTOHOLD function)

1. When the brake pedal is depressed

while the vehicle is being driven
and the vehicle comes to a stop,
the i-stop function will operate and
continue to operate even if the
brake is released (except when
driving in the R or M position
second gear fixed mode).

2. The engine restarts automatically

when the accelerator pedal is
depressed with the selector lever in
the D/M position (not in second
gear fixed mode).

3. If the selector lever is in the N or P

position, the engine does not
restart when the brake pedal is
released. The engine restarts when
the brake pedal is depressed again
or the selector lever is shifted to the
D, M (not in second gear fixed
mode) or the R position. (For the
purposes of safety, always keep the
brake pedal depressed when
shifting the selector lever while
engine idling is stopped.)

(When using MRCC with Stop & Go
function/TJA)

1. Engine idling stops when the

vehicle has decelerated to about 20
km/h (12 mph) or slower while in
headway control using the MRCC
with Stop & Go function/TJA.

2. If it is necessary to accelerate while

in headway control using the MRCC
with Stop & Go function/TJA, the
engine restarts automatically.

Operation conditions

Under the following conditions, engine
idling stops and the i-stop indicator
light (green) turns on.

x

The engine is warmed up.

x

The engine has been started and the
vehicle is driven for a certain period.

x

The engine is started with the hood
closed.

x

All doors, liftgate/trunk lid, and
hood are closed.

x

The driver's seat belt is unfastened
and the driver's door is opened.

x

The hood is opened.

x

The air conditioner is not operating

with the airflow mode in the 
position.

x

The temperature setting dial of the
air conditioner is in a position other
than maximum heating or maximum
cooling (A/C ON) position.

x

(Automatic climate control system)

When Driving

Start/Stop Engine

4-12

The vehicle's interior temperature
and the set temperature for the air
conditioner are nearly the same.

x

The i-stop warning light (amber) is
not turned on/flashing.

x

The keyless entry & push button start
system functions are normal.

x

The brake vacuum is sufficiently high.

x

The battery is in good condition.

x

While vehicle is stopped

x

The selector lever is in the D or M
position (not in second gear fixed
mode).

x

The automatic transmission fluid
has warmed up sufficiently.

x

The automatic transmission fluid
temperature is not abnormally
high.

x

The steering wheel is almost in the
straight-ahead position (idling may
not stop even with the steering
wheel in the straight-ahead
position if force is applied to the
steering wheel. Release the force
applied to the steering wheel to
stop engine idling).

x

The vehicle is stopped by
depressing the brake pedal.

x

The vehicle is not on a steep slope.

x

The vehicle is not stopped
suddenly.

x

While driving

x

The selector lever is in the D or M
position (not in second gear fixed
mode).

x

While driving

x

The vehicle is driven at a vehicle
speed of about 40 km/h (25 mph)
or faster after engine idling stops
while driving.

x

The vehicle is not driven in sport
mode.

x

The automatic transmission fluid
has warmed up sufficiently.

x

The automatic transmission fluid
temperature is not abnormally
high.

x

The steering wheel is almost in the
straight-ahead position (idling may
not stop even with the steering
wheel in the straight-ahead
position if force is applied to the
steering wheel. Release the force
applied to the steering wheel to
stop engine idling).

x

The vehicle is stopped by
depressing the brake pedal.

x

The vehicle is not driven on a
slope.

x

The vehicle is not stopped
suddenly.

NOTE
Under the following conditions, a
period of time is required to stop
engine idling

x

The battery power is depleted for
some reason such as the vehicle has
not been driven for a long period.

x

The ambient temperature is high or
low.

x

After the battery terminals are
disconnected for some reason such
as for battery replacement.

Engine-stop period is short or time
until next engine idle stop is long

x

The ambient temperature is high or
low.

x

The battery power is depleted.

x

Power consumption by the vehicle's
electrical parts is high.

Engine restarts automatically while
engine idling is stopped

Under the following conditions, the
engine restarts automatically.

x

The i-stop OFF switch is pressed until
the beep sounds.

When Driving

Start/Stop Engine

4-13

x

The air conditioner is operated with

the airflow mode in the 
position.

x

The temperature setting dial of the
air conditioner is in the maximum
heating or maximum cooling (A/C
ON) position.

x

(Automatic climate control system)

The cabin temperature is largely
different from the set temperature of
the air conditioner.

x

The brakes are released slightly on a
slope and the vehicle begins to
move.

x

Two minutes have elapsed since the
idling was stopped.

x

The battery power is depleted.

x

The hood is opened.

x

The driver's seat belt is unfastened
and the driver's door is opened.

x

Engine idling is stopped while the
vehicle is stopped

x

The accelerator pedal is depressed
with the selector lever in the D or
M (not in second gear fixed mode)
position.

x

The selector lever is shifted to the R
position.

x

The selector lever is shifted from N
or P position to D or M (not in
second gear fixed mode) position.

x

The steering wheel is operated
with the selector lever in the D or
M (not in second gear fixed mode)
position.

x

The selector lever is in the M
position and the second gear fixed
mode is selected.

x

The steering wheel is operated.

x

Engine idling is stopped while
driving

x

The selector lever is in a position
other than the D position.

x

The accelerator pedal is depressed.

x

Sport mode is selected.

x

The steering wheel is operated.

x

The shift lever is shifted to the R
position.

Selector lever is operated while
engine idling is stopped

If the selector lever is shifted from D or
M (not in second gear fixed mode)
position to N or P position while
engine idling is stopped, the engine
does not restart even when the brake
pedal is released. The engine will
restart if the brake pedal is depressed
again or the selector lever is shifted to
the D, M (not in second gear fixed
mode), or R position. (For the
purposes of safety, always keep the
brake pedal depressed when shifting
the selector lever.)
If the selector lever is shifted from the
D or M (not in second gear fixed
mode) to the N or P position, and the
driver's seat belt is unfastened or the
driver's door is opened, the engine
restarts.

Battery terminals have been
disconnected

Engine idling may not stop right after
the battery terminals have been
disconnected. In addition, if the
battery is replaced, the i-stop functions
must be verified. Consult an
Authorized Mazda Dealer.

i-stop OFF Switch

When pressing the switch, the i-stop
function stops and the i-stop OFF
switch indicator light turns on. If the
switch is pressed again, the i-stop
function becomes operational and the

When Driving

Start/Stop Engine

4-14

i-stop OFF switch indicator light turns
off.

1. Indicator light

NOTE

If the engine is stopped with the i-stop
function stopped, the i-stop function
becomes operational again when the
engine is started the next time.

Vehicle Roll Prevention Function
(Automatic transmission)

Vehicles with the i-stop function are
equipped with a vehicle roll prevention
function. This function prevents the
vehicle from rolling, such as when
releasing the brake pedal while on a
slope under the following conditions:

x

While engine idling is stopped
(prevents the vehicle from rolling
back)

x

When the engine restarts after
releasing the brake pedal (prevents
the vehicle's sudden movement due
to vehicle creep), sudden movement
of the vehicle is prevented by
controlling the brakes.

1. Release foot from brake pedal

2. Vehicle brake force maintained

3. Engine restarted

4. Acceleration

When Driving

Start/Stop Engine

4-15

WARNING

Do not rely completely on the vehicle
roll prevention function.

¾

The vehicle roll prevention function
is a supplementary function which
operates for a maximum of 2
seconds after releasing the brake
pedal and accelerating the vehicle
from an engine idling stop condition.
Over reliance on the system may
result in an unexpected accident if
the vehicle were to suddenly
accelerate. Before starting to drive
the vehicle, always confirm the safety
of the surroundings and operate the
selector lever, brake pedal, and
accelerator pedal appropriately.
Note that the vehicle may move
suddenly depending on the vehicle's
load or if it is towing something.

¾

Note that the vehicle may move
suddenly after the vehicle roll
prevention function is released while
the vehicle is under the following
conditions:

¾

The selector lever is in the N
position.

¾

If the selector lever is shifted to the
N position and the brake pedal is
released while the i-stop function
is operating, the brake force is
gradually released. To accelerate
the vehicle, release the brake pedal
after the engine restarts and shift
the selector lever to a position
other than the N position.

NOTE

x

When the vehicle is stopped on a
steep grade, the vehicle roll
prevention function does not
operate because engine idling is not
stopped.

x

The brake pedal response may
change, sound may occur from the
brakes, or the brake pedal could
vibrate from the operation of the
vehicle roll prevention function.
However, this does not indicate a
malfunction.

i-stop Warning Light (Amber)/
i-stop Indicator Light (Green)

To ensure safe and comfortable use of
the vehicle, the i-stop system
constantly monitors the driver's
operations, the vehicle's interior and
exterior environment, and the
operational status of the vehicle, and
uses the i-stop warning light (amber)
and i-stop indicator light (green) to
inform the driver of various cautions
and warnings.

NOTE

On vehicles equipped with the center
display, the i-stop operation status is
displayed in the fuel efficiency monitor
display.
Refer to the Fuel Efficiency Monitor
section in the Mazda Connect
Owner's Manual.

i-stop warning light (amber)

When the light is turned on

x

The light turns on when the ignition
is switched ON and turns off when
the engine is started.

x

(Manual transmission)

A sound is activated when the door
is opened while the engine idling is
stopped with the shift lever in a
position other than neutral. In this
case, the engine does not restart

When Driving

Start/Stop Engine

4-16

automatically to ensure safety. Shift
the shift lever to neutral and start the
engine.

x

If the i-stop warning light (amber)
remains on while the engine is
running, the battery performance
may have decreased. Have your
vehicle inspected by an Authorized
Mazda Dealer.

NOTE

A problem in the system may be
indicated under the following
conditions. Have your vehicle
inspected by an Authorized Mazda
Dealer.

x

The light does not turn on when the
ignition is switched ON.

x

The light continues to remain on
while the engine is running.

When the light is flashing

The light continues to flash if the
system has a malfunction. Have your
vehicle inspected by an Authorized
Mazda Dealer.

i-stop indicator light (green)

When the light is turned on

The light turns on while engine idling is
stopped and turns off when the engine
is restarted.

When Driving

Start/Stop Engine

4-17

Instrument Cluster and

Display

Instrument Cluster and Display

Instrument Cluster.......... page 4-18
Active Driving Display..... page 4-36

Instrument Cluster

Instrument Cluster

Tachometer.................... page 4-19
Multi-information Display...............
..................................... page 4-20
Engine Coolant Temperature
Gauge............................ page 4-23
Fuel Gauge..................... page 4-23
Dashboard Illumination
Switch............................ page 4-24
Speedometer..................page 4-18
TRIP Switch.................... page 4-22

Speedometer

The speedometer indicates the speed
of the vehicle.

When Driving

Instrument Cluster and Display

4-18

Tachometer

The tachometer shows engine speed in
thousands of revolutions per minute
(rpm).

CAUTION

Do not run the engine with the
tachometer needle in the RED ZONE.
This may cause severe engine damage.

1. STRIPED ZONE

*1

2. RED ZONE

*1

*

1

The range varies depending on the type of
gauge.

NOTE

When the tachometer needle enters
the STRIPED ZONE, this indicates to
the driver that the gears should be
shifted before entering the RED ZONE.

When Driving

Instrument Cluster and Display

4-19

Multi-information Display

1. Multi-information Display
2. INFO switch

The multi-information display indicates the following information.

x

Speedometer

x

Odometer

x

Trip meter

x

Outside temperature

x

Distance-to-empty

x

Average fuel economy

x

Current fuel economy

x

Deceleration Regeneration Charge Display (M Hybrid)

x

i-ACTIVSENSE Display

x

Compass Display

x

Door-Ajar/Trunk lid-Ajar/Liftgate-Ajar Warning Indication

*1

x

Message Display

*

1

Displayed when opening door/trunk lid/liftgate.

When Driving

Instrument Cluster and Display

4-20

The screen content changes each time the INFO switch is pressed.

1. Basic display
2. Drive information display
3. i-ACTIVSENSE display
4. Message display

*1

*

1

Displayed only when a warning occurs.

The type of display for the fuel economy and the maximum driving distance can be
changed.
Refer to the Settings section in the Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.

When Driving

Instrument Cluster and Display

4-21

Odometer, Trip Meter and Trip
Meter Selector

You can switch between the odometer
and trip meter display using the TRIP
switch.

1. TRIP switch
2. Odometer display
3. Trip meter A display
4. Trip meter B display

Odometer

The odometer records the total
distance the vehicle has been driven.

Trip meter

The driving distance for a specified
interval is indicated. Two types (TRIP A,
TRIP B) of interval distance can be
measured.

For instance, trip meter A can record
the distance from the point of origin,
and trip meter B can record the
distance from where the fuel tank is
filled.

When trip meter A is selected, TRIP A
will be displayed. When trip meter B is
selected, TRIP B will be displayed.

The trip meter can be reset by pressing
the TRIP switch for 1.5 seconds or
more while the trip meter is displayed.

NOTE

Only the trip meters record tenths of
kilometers (miles).

When Driving

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Engine Coolant Temperature
Gauge

Displays the engine coolant
temperature. The blue range of the
gauge indicates that the engine coolant
temperature is low, and the red range
of the gauge indicates that the engine
coolant temperature is high and
overheating.

CAUTION

When the engine coolant temperature
gauge needle is in the red range, the
engine coolant temperature is
extremely high. Drive slowly to reduce
engine load. If the engine coolant
temperature gauge needle is in the red
range, there is the possibility of
overheating. Park the vehicle in a safe
place immediately and take
appropriate measures.
Refer to Overheating on page 7-21.

NOTE

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If the engine or engine coolant
temperature is high or low, the
engine output may be restricted to
protect the engine.

Fuel Gauge

The fuel gauge shows approximately
how much fuel is remaining in the tank
when the ignition is switched ON. We
recommend keeping the tank over 1/4
full.

1. Full
2. 1/4 Full
3. Empty

When Driving

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