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Mazda 3 Hatchback (2022 year). Manual in english - page 11

 

 

If the low fuel warning light illuminates
or the fuel level is very low, refuel as
soon as possible.
If inconsistency in engine performance
or stalling occurs due to low fuel level
conditions, refuel the vehicle as soon
as possible and add at least 10 L (2.7
US gal, 2.2 Imp gal) of fuel.
Refer to Low Fuel Warning Indication/
Warning Light on page 7-35.

NOTE

x

After refueling, it may require some
time for the indicator to stabilize. In
addition, the indicator may deviate
while driving on a slope or curve
since the fuel moves in the tank.

x

The direction of the arrow (

)

indicates that the fuel-filler lid is on
the left side of the vehicle.

Dashboard Illumination

(Without auto-light control)

When the lights are turned on with the
ignition switched ON, the brightness of
the dashboard illumination is dimmed.

(With auto-light control)

When the lights are turned on with the
ignition switched ON, the brightness of
the dashboard illumination is dimmed.
However, when the light sensor
detects that the surrounding area is
bright such as when the lights are
turned on in the daytime, the
dashboard illumination does not dim.

NOTE

x

(With auto-light control)

When the ignition is switched ON in
the early evening or at dusk, the
dashboard illumination is dimmed
for several seconds until the light
sensor detects the brightness of the
surrounding area, however, the
dimming may cancel after the
brightness is detected.

x

When the lights are turned on, the
lights-on indicator light in the
instrument cluster turns on.
Refer to Headlights on page 4-56.

The brightness of the instrument panel
and dashboard illuminations can be
adjusted by pressing the dashboard
illumination switch while the
dashboard illumination is dimmed.

x

The brightness increases by pressing
the + switch.

x

The brightness decreases by pressing
the - switch. If you press the - switch
while the instrument cluster is at
maximum dimness, a sound is
activated to notify you that the
current dimmer setting is at
maximum dimness.

1. Bright
2. Dim

When Driving

Instrument Cluster and Display

4-24

Function for canceling illumination
dimmer

The illumination dimmer can be
canceled by pressing the + switch
while the instrument cluster is at
maximum dimness and while the
ignition is switched ON. If you press
the + switch again while the
illumination dimmer is canceled, a
sound is activated to notify you that it
is canceled. If the instrument cluster's
visibility is reduced due to glare from
surrounding brightness, cancel the
illumination dimmer.

NOTE

x

When the illumination dimmer is
canceled, the instrument cluster
cannot be dimmed even if the lights
are turned on.

x

When the illumination dimmer is
canceled, the screen in the center
display switches to constant display
of the daytime screen.

Outside Temperature Display

When the ignition is switched ON, the
outside temperature is displayed.

NOTE

x

Under the following conditions, the
outside temperature display may
differ from the actual outside
temperature depending on the
surroundings and vehicle conditions:

x

Significantly cold or hot
temperatures.

x

Sudden changes in outside
temperature.

x

The vehicle is parked.

x

The vehicle is driven at low speeds.

Changing the Temperature Unit of the
Outside Temperature Display

The outside temperature unit can be
switched between Celsius and
Fahrenheit.
Settings can be changed by operating
the center display screen.
Refer to the Settings section in the
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.

When Driving

Instrument Cluster and Display

4-25

Distance-to-empty

This displays the approximate distance
you can travel on the remaining fuel
based on the fuel economy.
The distance-to-empty will be
calculated and displayed every second.

NOTE

x

Even though the distance-to-empty
display may indicate a sufficient
amount of remaining driving distance
before refueling is required, refuel as
soon as possible if the fuel level is
very low or the low fuel warning light
illuminates.

x

The display will not change unless
you add more than approximately 9
L (2.3 US gal, 1.9 Imp gal) of fuel.

x

The distance-to-empty is the
approximate remaining distance the
vehicle can be driven until all the
graduation marks in the fuel gauge
indicating the remaining fuel supply
disappear.

x

If there is no past fuel economy
information such as after first
purchasing your vehicle or the
information is deleted when the
battery cables are disconnected, the
actual distance-to empty/range may
differ from the amount indicated.

Average Fuel Economy

This mode displays the average fuel
economy by calculating the total

traveled distance and the total fuel
consumption since the vehicle was
purchased or the past data was reset.
The average fuel economy is calculated
and displayed every 30 seconds.
The average fuel economy is also
displayed by a red arrow in the
instantaneous fuel economy display.

The average fuel economy can be reset
by pressing the INFO switch for 1.5
seconds or more. After the data is
cleared, the fuel consumption is
recalculated and the - - - L/100 km
(- - - mpg) for the 30 seconds prior to
it being displayed is indicated.

Current Fuel Economy

This displays the current fuel economy
by calculating the amount of fuel
consumption and the distance
traveled.

M Hybrid

When Driving

Instrument Cluster and Display

4-26

Except M Hybrid

NOTE

x

Indicates the 0 position when the
vehicle speed is about 5 km/h (3
mph) or slower.

x

The arrow on the scale indicates the
average fuel economy.

Deceleration Regeneration Charge
Display (M Hybrid)

This displays the status of the charging
produced by deceleration
regeneration.

Refer to M Hybrid on page 4-52.

i-ACTIVSENSE Display

*

Displays the system status.

x

Refer to Lane Departure Warning
System (LDWS) on page 4-106.

x

Refer to Blind Spot Monitoring
(BSM) on page 4-110.

x

Refer to Traffic Sign Recognition
System (TSR) on page 4-115.

x

Refer to Distance & Speed Alert
(DSA) on page 4-120.

x

Refer to Driver Attention Alert (DAA)
on page 4-122.

x

Refer to Driver Monitoring (DM) on
page 4-123.

x

Refer to Front Cross Traffic Alert
(FCTA) on page 4-124.

x

Refer to Mazda Radar Cruise Control
(MRCC) on page 4-133.

x

Refer to Mazda Radar Cruise Control
with Stop & Go function (MRCC
with Stop & Go function) on page
4-143.

x

Refer to Traffic Jam Assist (TJA) on
page 4-155.

x

Refer to Lane-keep Assist System
(LAS) on page 4-168.

x

Refer to Smart Brake Support (SBS)
on page 4-169.

x

Refer to Cruise Control on page
4-226.

When Driving

Instrument Cluster and Display

*Some models.

4-27

Compass Display

The direction the vehicle is moving is
displayed in one of eight directions
while the vehicle is being driven.

Display

Direction

N

North

S

South

E

East

W

West

NE

Northeast

NW

Northwest

SE

Southeast

SW

Southwest

Message Display

A message such as the system
operation status, a malfunction, or an
abnormality is indicated.

Warning/indicator light in instrument
cluster turns on/flashes or symbol is
indicated on display at same time as
message

Check the information regarding the
warning/indicator light or indicated
symbol.
Refer to If a Warning Indication/
Warning Lights on page 4-29.
Refer to If a Indication/Indicator Lights
on page 4-31.

Message only is indicated on display

Follow the instructions indicated on
the display. For the display content,
refer to the next page.
Refer to If a Message Indicated on
Multi-information Display on page
7-40.

Warning/Indicator Lights

Instrument Cluster varies depending
on model and specifications.

1. Instrument Cluster
2. Front Center of Headliner

Warning lights will appear in any of the
highlighted areas

When Driving

Instrument Cluster and Display

4-28

Warning Indication/Warning Lights

These lights turn on or flash to notify the user of the system operation status or a
system malfunction.

Signal

Warning

Refer to

Brake System Warning Indication/Warning Light

*1

7-27

ABS Warning Indication/Warning Light

*1

Electronic

Brake Force

Distribution

System Warn-

ing

7-28

ABS warning

7-30

Charging System Warning Indication/Warning Light

*1

7-28

Engine Oil Warning Indication/Warning Light

*1

7-28

High Engine Coolant Temperature Warning Indication

7-29

Power Steering Malfunction Indication/Indicator Light

*1

7-29

Master Warning Indication

7-30

Brake Control System Warning Indication/Warning Light

*1

7-30

Brake Override Warning Indication

7-31

Check Engine Indication/Light

*1

7-31

(Amber)

*

i-stop Warning Indication/Warning Light

*1

7-31

*

Automatic Transmission Warning Indication/Warning Light

*1

7-31

When Driving

Instrument Cluster and Display

*Some models.

4-29

Signal

Warning

Refer to

*

AWD Warning Indication/Warning Light

*1

7-32

Air Bag/Front Seat Belt Pretensioner System Warning Indication/
Warning Light

*1

7-33

Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Warning Indication/Warning
Light

*1

Flashing

7-33

Turns on

7-37

(Red)

KEY Warning Indication/Warning Light

*1

7-34

(Amber)

*

High Beam Control System (HBC) Warning Indication/Warning

Light

*1

7-35

i-ACTIVSENSE Warning Indication/Warning Light

*1

7-35

Exterior Light Warning Indication/Warning Light

*1

7-35

Low Fuel Warning Indication/Warning Light

7-35

Check Fuel Cap Warning Indication/Warning Light

*1

7-36

Engine Oil Level Warning Indication/Warning Light

*1

7-36

Seat Belt Warning Indication/Warning Light (Front seat)

7-36

(Red)

Seat Belt Warning Light (Rear seat)

7-37

*

Low Washer Fluid Level Warning Indication/Warning Light

7-37

Door-Ajar Warning Indication

7-37

When Driving

Instrument Cluster and Display

4-30

*Some models.

Signal

Warning

Refer to

*

Trunk lid-Ajar Warning Indication

7-37

*

Liftgate-Ajar Warning Indication

7-37

Door-Ajar Warning Light

7-37

*

1

The light turns on when the ignition is switched on for an operation check, and turns off a few
seconds later or when the engine is started. If the light does not turn on or remains turned on, have
the vehicle inspected at an Authorized Mazda Dealer.

Indication/Indicator Lights

These lights turn on or flash to notify the user of the system operation status or a
system malfunction.

Signal

Indicator

Refer to

(Green)

Seat Belt Indicator Light (Rear seat)

2-27

*

Front Passenger Air Bag Deactivation Indicator Light

2-71

Security Indicator Light

Immobilizer

System

3-43

Theft-Deterrent

System

3-44

Malfunction

7-34

(Green)

KEY Indicator Light

4-5

(Green)

*

i-stop Indicator Light

4-16

Wrench Indication/Indicator Light

*1

4-35

When Driving

Instrument Cluster and Display

*Some models.

4-31

Signal

Indicator

Refer to

*

Shift Position Indication

4-44

Lights-On Indicator Light

4-56

Headlight High-Beam Indicator Light

Headlight
High-Low

Beam

4-59

Flashing the

Headlights

4-59

Turn Signal/Hazard Warning Indicator Lights

Turn and

Lane-Change

Signals

4-62

Hazard Warn-

ing Flasher

4-70

Electric Parking Brake (EPB) Indication/Indicator Light

*1*2

7-30

AUTOHOLD Active Indicator Light

*1

4-84

*

Mazda Radar Cruise Control with Stop & Go function (MRCC with

Stop & Go function) indicator Light

4-150

*

Traffic Jam Assist (TJA) indicator Light

4-164

TCS/DSC Indication/Indicator Light

*1

Traction Con-

trol System

(TCS)

4-89

Dynamic Sta-

bility Control

(DSC)

4-90

Turns on

7-33

DSC OFF Indicator Light

*1

4-91

When Driving

Instrument Cluster and Display

4-32

*Some models.

Signal

Indicator

Refer to

*

Select Mode Indicator Light

4-93

(White)

i-ACTIVSENSE Status Symbol (Warning/Risk Avoidance Support Sys-
tem)

4-98

(Green)

(Amber)

i-ACTIVSENSE OFF Symbol (Warning/Risk Avoidance Support Sys-
tem)

4-98

(Green)

*

High Beam Control System (HBC) Indicator Light

4-102

(White)

*

Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) Standby Indication

4-135

*

Mazda Radar Cruise Control with Stop & Go function (MRCC with

Stop & Go function) Standby Indication

4-145

*

Traffic Jam Assist (TJA) Standby Indication

4-157

(Green)

*

Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) Set Indication

4-135

*

Mazda Radar Cruise Control with Stop & Go function (MRCC with

Stop & Go function) Set Indication

4-145

*

Traffic Jam Assist (TJA) Set Indication

4-157

*

Smart Brake Support (SBS) OFF Indicator Light

*1

4-177

(White)

*

Cruise Standby Indication

4-225

(Green)

*

Cruise Set Indication

4-225

*

1 The light turns on when the ignition is switched on for an operation check, and

turns off a few seconds later or when the engine is started. If the light does not

When Driving

Instrument Cluster and Display

*Some models.

4-33

turn on or remains turned on, have the vehicle inspected at an Authorized
Mazda Dealer.

*

2 The light turns on continuously when the parking brake is applied.

When Driving

Instrument Cluster and Display

4-34

Wrench Indication/Indicator Light

The wrench indication/indicator light
is displayed/turns on under the
following conditions.

x

When the preset maintenance
period has arrived.
Refer to the Information section in
the Mazda Connect Owner's
Manual.

CAUTION

¾

When the maintenance period
arrives, have your vehicle inspected
by an Authorized Mazda Dealer as
soon as possible. If maintenance is
neglected, a decrease in vehicle
performance may occur which
could cause damage. Have your
vehicle inspected before the
maintenance period arrives.

¾

If the vehicle continues to be
driven after the engine oil
replacement period has passed, it
could cause damage to the engine.
Replace the engine oil before the
maintenance period arrives.

NOTE

x

The wrench indication/indicator
light may display/turn on earlier than
the preset period depending on
vehicle usage conditions.

x

Whenever the engine oil is replaced,
a reset of the vehicle engine control
unit is necessary.
Refer to the Information section in
the Mazda Connect Owner's
Manual.

When Driving

Instrument Cluster and Display

4-35

Active Driving Display

*

Active Driving Display

1. Display
2. Dust-proof sheet

WARNING

Always adjust the display brightness and position with the vehicle stopped:

Adjusting the display brightness and position while driving the vehicle is dangerous
as doing so could distract your attention from the road ahead and lead to an
accident.

CAUTION

¾

Do not place beverages near the dust-proof sheet of the active driving display. If
water or other liquids are splashed on the dust-proof sheet, it could cause
damage.

¾

Do not place objects or apply stickers above the active driving display or to the
dust-proof sheet as they will cause interference.

NOTE

x

Wearing polarized sunglasses will reduce the visibility of the active driving display
due to the characteristics of the display.

x

If the battery has been removed and re-installed or the battery voltage is low, the
adjusted position may deviate.

x

The display may be difficult to view or temporarily affected by weather conditions
such as rain, snow, light, and temperature.

x

If the audio system is removed, the active driving display cannot be operated.

When Driving

Instrument Cluster and Display

4-36

*Some models.

The active driving display indicates the following information:

x

Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) Warnings

*

Refer to Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) on page 4-106.

x

Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) Operation Conditions and Warnings

*

Refer to Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) on page 4-107.

x

Traffic Sign Recognition System (TSR) traffic signs and Warnings

*

Refer to Traffic Sign Recognition System (TSR) on page 4-112.

x

Front Cross Traffic Alert (FCTA) Operation Conditions and Warning

*

Refer to Front Cross Traffic Alert (FCTA) on page 4-124.

x

Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) Operation Conditions and Warnings

*

Refer to Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) on page 4-131.

x

Mazda Radar Cruise Control with Stop & Go function (MRCC with Stop & Go
function) Operation Conditions and Warnings

*

Refer to Mazda Radar Cruise Control with Stop & Go function (MRCC with Stop
& Go function) on page 4-140.

x

Traffic Jam Assist (TJA) Operation Conditions and Warnings

*

Refer to Traffic Jam Assist (TJA) on page 4-151.

x

Lane-keep Assist System (LAS) Warnings

*

Refer to Lane-keep Assist System (LAS) on page 4-165.

x

Smart Brake Support (SBS) Operation Conditions and Warnings
Refer to Smart Brake Support (SBS) on page 4-169.

x

Cruise Control Operation Conditions
Refer to Cruise Control on page 4-225.

x

Navigation Guidance (vehicles with navigation system)

x

Intersection Name (vehicles with navigation system)

x

Street name (vehicles with navigation system)

x

Lane Guidance (vehicles with navigation system)

x

Speed limit indicator (vehicles with navigation system)

x

Vehicle Speed

The active driving display settings can be changed or adjusted.
Refer to the Settings section in the Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.

When Driving

Instrument Cluster and Display

*Some models.

4-37

NOTE

x

The desired driving position (display position, brightness level, display
information) can be called up after programming the position.
Refer to Driving Position Memory on page 2-11.

x

The street name may not be displayed depending on the market and region.

When Driving

Instrument Cluster and Display

4-38

Manual Transmission

Shift Pattern

Manual Transmission Shift Pattern

1. Neutral position

The shift pattern of the transmission is
conventional, as shown.

Depress the clutch pedal all the way
down while shifting; then release it
slowly.

Your vehicle is equipped with a device
to prevent shifting to R (reverse) by
mistake. Push the shift lever downward
and shift to R.

WARNING

Do not use sudden engine braking on
slippery road surfaces or at high
speeds:

Shifting down while driving on wet,
snowy, or frozen roads, or while
driving at high speeds causes sudden
engine braking, which is dangerous.
The sudden change in tire speed could
cause the tires to skid. This could lead
to loss of vehicle control and an
accident.

Always leave the shift lever in 1 or R
position and set the parking brake
when leaving the vehicle unattended:

Otherwise the vehicle could move and
cause an accident.

CAUTION

¾

Keep your foot off the clutch pedal
except when shifting gears. Also, do
not use the clutch to hold the vehicle
on an upgrade. Riding the clutch will
cause needless clutch wear and
damage.

¾

Do not apply any excessive lateral
force to the shift lever when
changing from 5th to 4th gear. This
could lead to the accidental
selection of 2nd gear, which could
result in damage to the transmission.

¾

Make sure the vehicle comes to a
complete stop before shifting to R.
Shifting to R while the vehicle is still
moving may damage the
transmission.

NOTE

x

If shifting to R is difficult, shift back
into neutral, release the clutch pedal,
and try again.

When Driving

Manual Transmission Operation

4-39

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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