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x

A pedestrian is in a dark location
such as during the night, or blends
into the background by wearing
clothes matching the background
color.

Front Radar Sensor

*

Front Radar Sensor

Your vehicle is equipped with a front
radar sensor.
The following systems also use the
front radar sensor.

x

Distance & Speed Alert (DSA)

x

Mazda Radar Cruise Control
(MRCC)

x

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

x

Traffic Jam Assist (TJA)

x

Smart Brake Support (SBS) forward
drive detection

The front radar sensor functions by
detecting the radio waves reflected off
a vehicle ahead or an obstruction sent
from the radar sensor.
The front radar sensor is mounted
behind the front emblem.

1. Front radar sensor

If “Safety and Driver Support Systems
Temporarily Disabled. Front Radar
Obscured. Drive Safely” is displayed on
the multi-information display of the
instrument cluster, clean the area
around the front radar sensor.

When Driving

i-ACTIVSENSE

4-216

*Some models.

CAUTION

Heed the following precautions to
assure correct operation of each
system.

¾

Do not adhere stickers (including
transparent stickers) to the surface of
the radiator grille and front emblem
in and around the front radar sensor,
and do not replace the radiator grille
and front emblem with any product
that is not a genuine product
designed for use with the front radar
sensor.

¾

The front radar sensor includes a
function for detecting soiling of the
radar sensor's front surface and
informing the driver, however,
depending on the conditions, it may
require time to detect or it may not
detect plastic shopping bags, ice or
snow. If this occurs, the system may
not operate correctly, therefore
always keep the front radar sensor
clean.

¾

Do not install a grille guard.

¾

If the front part of the vehicle has
been damaged in a vehicle accident,
the position of the front radar sensor
may have moved. Stop the system
immediately and always have the
vehicle inspected at an Authorized
Mazda Dealer.

¾

Do not use the front bumper to push
other vehicles or obstructions such
as when pulling out of a parking
space. Otherwise, the front radar
sensor could be hit and its position
deviated.

¾

Do not remove, disassemble, or
modify the front radar sensor.

¾

For repairs, replacement or paint
work around the front radar sensor,
consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer.

¾

Do not modify the suspensions. If
the suspensions are modified, the
vehicle's posture could change and
the front radar sensor may not be
able to correctly detect a vehicle
ahead or an obstruction.

NOTE

x

When the vehicle is driven on roads
in which there is an elevated road on
one side, the front radar sensor
function may be restricted
temporarily.

x

Under the following conditions, the
front radar sensor may not be able to
detect vehicles ahead or obstructions
correctly and each system may not
operate normally.

x

The rear surface of a vehicle ahead
does not reflect radio waves
effectively, such as an unloaded
trailer or an automobile with a
loading platform covered by a soft
top, vehicles with a hard plastic
tailgate, and round-shaped
vehicles.

x

Vehicles ahead with low vehicle
height and thus less area for
reflecting radio waves.

x

Visibility is reduced due to a
vehicle ahead casting off water,
snow, or sand from its tires and
onto your windshield.

x

The trunk/luggage compartment is
loaded with heavy objects or the
rear passenger seats are occupied.

x

Ice, snow, or soiling is on the front
surface of the front emblem.

x

During inclement weather such as
rain, snow, or sand storms.

x

When driving near facilities or
objects emitting strong radio
waves.

When Driving

i-ACTIVSENSE

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x

Under the following conditions, the
front radar sensor may not be able to
detect vehicles ahead or
obstructions.

x

The beginning and end of a curve.

x

Roads with continuous curves.

x

Narrow lane roads due to road
construction or lane closures.

x

The vehicle ahead enters the radar
sensor's blind spot.

x

The vehicle ahead is running
abnormally due to accident or
vehicle damage.

x

Roads with repeated up and down
slopes

x

Driving on poor roads or unpaved
roads.

x

The distance between your vehicle
and the vehicle ahead is extremely
short.

x

A vehicle suddenly comes close,
such as by cutting into your lane.

x

To prevent incorrect operation of the
system, use tires of the same
specified size, manufacturer, brand,
and tread pattern on all four wheels.
In addition, do not use tires with
significantly different wear patterns
or tire pressures on the same vehicle
(Including the temporary spare tire).

x

If the battery power is weak, the
system may not operate correctly.

x

When driving on roads with little
traffic and few vehicles ahead or
obstructions for the front radar
sensor to detect, “Safety and Driver
Support Systems Temporarily
Disabled. Front Radar Obscured.
Drive Safely” may be temporarily
displayed, however, this does not
indicate a problem.

x

The radar sensors are regulated by
the relevant radio wave laws of the
country in which the vehicle is
driven. If the vehicle is driven
abroad, authorization from the
country in which the vehicle is driven
may be required.

When Driving

i-ACTIVSENSE

4-218

Front Side Radar Sensor

*

Front Side Radar Sensor

Your vehicle is equipped with front
side radar sensor. The following
systems also use the front side radar
sensor.

x

Front Cross Traffic Alert (FCTA)

The front side radar sensor function by
detecting the radio waves reflected off
a vehicle approaching from the front or
an obstruction sent from the radar
sensor.

1. Front side radar sensor

The front side radar sensors are
installed inside the front bumper, one
on each side.
Always keep the surface of the front
bumper near the front side radar
sensors clean so that they operate
normally. Also, do not apply items such
as stickers.
Refer to Exterior Care on page 6-47.

CAUTION

If the front bumper receives a severe
impact, the system may no longer
operate normally. Stop the system
immediately and have the vehicle
inspected at an Authorized Mazda
Dealer.

NOTE

x

The detection ability of the front side
radar sensor has limitations. In the
following cases, the detection ability
may lower and the system may not
operate normally.

x

The front bumper near the front
side radar sensor has become
deformed.

x

Snow, ice or mud adheres to the
front side radar sensor on the front
bumper.

x

Under bad weather conditions
such as rain, snow and fog.

x

Under the following conditions, the
front side radar sensor cannot detect
target objects or it may be difficult to
detect them.

x

Small motorcycles, bicycles,
pedestrians, animals, shopping
carts, and stationary objects on a
road or a road side.

x

Vehicle shapes which do not
reflect radar waves well such as
empty trailers with a low vehicle
height and sports cars.

x

Vehicles are shipped with the
direction of the front side radar
sensor adjusted for each vehicle to a
loaded vehicle condition so that the
front side radar sensor detect
approaching vehicles correctly. If the
direction of the front side radar
sensor has deviated for some reason,
have the vehicle inspected at an
Authorized Mazda Dealer.

x

For repairs or replacement of the
front side radar sensor, or bumper
repairs, paintwork, and replacement
near the radar sensors, consult an
Authorized Mazda Dealer.

When Driving

i-ACTIVSENSE

*Some models.

4-219

x

The radar sensors are regulated by
the relevant radio wave laws of the
country in which the vehicle is
driven. If the vehicle is driven
abroad, authorization from the
country in which the vehicle is driven
may be required.

Rear Side Radar Sensor

*

Rear Side Radar Sensor

Your vehicle is equipped with rear side
radar sensor. The following systems
also use the rear side radar sensor.

x

Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM)

x

Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA)

x

Smart Brake Support (SBS) reverse
drive detection

The rear side radar sensors emit radio
waves and detect the radio waves
reflected off a vehicle approaching
from the rear or an obstruction.

4–Door

1. Rear side radar sensor

5–Door

1. Rear side radar sensor

The rear side radar sensors are installed
inside the rear bumper, one on each
side.

When Driving

i-ACTIVSENSE

4-220

*Some models.

Always keep the surface of the rear
bumper near the rear side radar
sensors clean so that they operate
normally. Also, do not apply items such
as stickers.
Refer to Exterior Care on page 6-47.

CAUTION

If the rear bumper receives a severe
impact, the system may no longer
operate normally. Stop the system
immediately and have the vehicle
inspected at an Authorized Mazda
Dealer.

NOTE

x

The detection ability of the rear side
radar sensor has limitations. In the
following cases, the detection ability
may lower and the system may not
operate normally.

x

The rear bumper near the rear side
radar sensor has become
deformed.

x

Snow, ice or mud adheres to the
rear side radar sensor on the rear
bumper.

x

Under bad weather conditions
such as rain, snow and fog.

x

Under the following conditions, the
rear side radar sensor cannot detect
target objects or it may be difficult to
detect them.

x

Small motorcycles, bicycles,
pedestrians, animals, shopping
carts, and stationary objects on a
road or a road side.

x

Vehicle shapes which do not
reflect radar waves well such as
empty trailers with a low vehicle
height and sports cars.

x

Vehicles are shipped with the
direction of the rear side radar
sensor adjusted for each vehicle to a
loaded vehicle condition so that the
rear side radar sensor detect
approaching vehicles correctly. If the
direction of the rear side radar
sensor has deviated for some reason,
have the vehicle inspected at an
Authorized Mazda Dealer.

x

For repairs or replacement of the rear
side radar sensor, or bumper repairs,
paintwork, and replacement near the
radar sensors, consult an Authorized
Mazda Dealer.

x

The radar sensors are regulated by
the relevant radio wave laws of the
country in which the vehicle is
driven. If the vehicle is driven
abroad, authorization from the
country in which the vehicle is driven
may be required.

When Driving

i-ACTIVSENSE

4-221

Rear/Rear Corner
Ultrasonic Sensor

*

Rear/Rear Corner Ultrasonic
Sensor

The ultrasonic sensors function by
emitting ultrasonic waves which are
reflected off obstructions at the rear
and the returning ultrasonic waves are
picked up by the ultrasonic sensors.

The ultrasonic sensors are mounted in
the rear bumper.

Front Camera/Side

Cameras/Rear Camera

*

Front Camera/Side Cameras/Rear
Camera

Your vehicle is equipped with a front
camera, side cameras, and a rear
camera. The 360°View Monitor uses
each camera.
Refer to 360°View Monitor on page
4-178.
The front camera, side cameras, and
rear camera shoot images of the area
surrounding the vehicle.
Each camera is installed to the
following positions.

4–Door

1. Side cameras
2. Front camera
3. Rear camera

When Driving

i-ACTIVSENSE

4-222

*Some models.

5–Door

1. Side cameras
2. Front camera
3. Rear camera

Driver Monitoring

Camera

*

Driver Monitoring Camera

The driver monitoring camera detects
changes in the driver's facial features
and estimates the amount of
accumulated fatigue and sleepiness of
the driver.

1. Driver monitoring camera

NOTE

x

Driver Monitoring (DM) and the
earlier collision warning may not
operate normally under the following
conditions.

x

The driver monitoring camera is
covered with something.

x

You are driving the vehicle while
leaning on the steering wheel.

x

You are wearing glasses or
sunglasses.

x

A cap or hat you are wearing
partially blocks the driver
monitoring camera's view of your
eyes, you have long bangs partially
covering your eyes, or a part of
your face is invisible due to a face
mask.

x

The lighting conditions change
significantly (such as backlight,
light from the side, or direct light
from the setting sun, and the
headlights of on-coming vehicles).

When Driving

i-ACTIVSENSE

*Some models.

4-223

x

You are driving the vehicle with
your head excessively tilted to one
side or the other.

x

You are moving around extensively.

x

Your face or your eyes frequently
turn in direction other than straight
ahead (direction of travel).

x

Your line of sight moves or directly
after it has moved.

x

There is a large difference between
your line of sight and the direction
your face is pointed.

x

You are driving the vehicle with
your head largely tilted to one side.

x

Free/open source software
information

This product includes free/open
sources. Information about the
licensing and source code is
available at the following URL.
http://
www.embedded-carmultimedia.jp
/RTOS/License/oss/DMS_0201/

When Driving

i-ACTIVSENSE

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Cruise Control

*

Cruise Control

With cruise control, you can set and
automatically maintain any speed of
more than about 30 km/h (19 mph).

WARNING

Do not use the cruise control under
the following conditions:

Using the cruise control under the
following conditions is dangerous and
could result in loss of vehicle control.

¾

Hilly terrain

¾

Steep inclines

¾

Heavy or unsteady traffic

¾

Slippery or winding roads

¾

Similar restrictions that require
inconsistent speed

¾

The vehicle speed may exceed the
set speed during sudden acceleration
or on steep down slopes.
In this case, depress the brake pedal
to adjust the vehicle speed.

Cruise Control Switch

1. CANCEL switch
2. RES switch
3. Cruise switch

NOTE

If your Mazda has the following
steering switch, your Mazda is
equipped with the Mazda Radar
Cruise Control (MRCC) system, the
Mazda Radar Cruise Control with Stop
& Go function (MRCC with Stop & Go
function) system.

Refer to Mazda Radar Cruise Control
(MRCC) on page 4-131.
Refer to Mazda Radar Cruise Control
with Stop & Go function (MRCC with
Stop & Go function) on page 4-140.
If the Mazda Radar Cruise Control
(MRCC) or Mazda Radar Cruise
Control with Stop & Go function
(MRCC with Stop & Go function) is set
to inoperable using the personalization
feature, the system switches to the
cruise control function. In this case, the
MRCC functions as the cruise switch.
In addition, this personalization
feature setting is initialized by
switching the ignition OFF, and it turns
back on when the ignition is switched
ON the next time.

Cruise Standby Indication
(White)/Cruise Set Indication
(Green)

Cruise standby Indication (White)

The indication turns on (white) when
the cruise control system is activated.

When Driving

Cruise Control

*Some models.

4-225

Cruise Set Indication (Green)

The indication turns on (green) when a
cruising speed has been set.

Activation/Deactivation

WARNING

Always turn off the cruise control
system when it is not in use:

Leaving the cruise control system in an
activation-ready state while the cruise
control is not in use is dangerous as the
cruise control could unexpectedly
activate if the activation button is
accidentally pressed, and result in loss
of vehicle control and an accident.

If the headway control function is
disabled using a Mazda Connect
setting, the system switches to cruise
control.

Activation

To activate the system, press the cruise
switch. The cruise standby indication
(white) turns on.

Deactivation

To deactivate the system, press the
cruise switch again.
The cruise standby indication (white)
turns off.

To Set Speed

1. Activate the cruise control system

by pressing the cruise switch. The
cruise standby indication (white)
turns on.

2. Accelerate to the desired speed,

which must be more than 25 km/h
(16 mph).

3. Adjust the system to the desired

vehicle speed using the accelerator
pedal. Press the RES switch up (SET
+) or down (SET-) to start cruise
control. The cruise control
indication (green) in the instrument
cluster turns on at the same time.
Quickly release the switch when the
cruise control indication (green)
turns on.

NOTE

x

If the RES switch is operated up (SET
+) or down (SET-) while the vehicle
speed is between 25 and 30 km/h
(16 to 19 mph), the set speed is set
to 30 km/h (19 mph).

x

The cruise control speed setting
cannot be performed under the
following conditions:

x

Any of the doors is opened.

x

The driver's seat belt is unfastened.

x

The brake pedal is depressed.

x

The parking brake is applied.

x

(Automatic transmission)

The selector lever is in the P, N, or
R position.

x

(Manual transmission)

The shift lever is in the neutral
position.

x

On a steep grade, the vehicle may
momentarily slow down while
ascending or speed up while
descending.

When Driving

Cruise Control

4-226

x

The cruise control will cancel if the
vehicle speed decreases below 20
km/h (12 mph) when the cruise
control is activated, such as when
climbing a steep grade.

The vehicle speed preset using the
cruise control is displayed in the
instrument cluster and the active
driving display (vehicles with active
driving display).

Instrument cluster (Basic display)

Instrument cluster (i-ACTIVSENSE
display)

Active driving display

Changing the Set Vehicle Speed

Follow either of these procedures.

To increase/decrease speed using
cruise control switch

When the RES switch is pressed up
(SET+), the vehicle accelerates and
when the RES switch is pressed down
(SET-), it decelerates.

x

Press and release immediately: 1
km/h (1 mph)

x

Press and hold: 10 km/h (5 mph)

NOTE

Even after releasing the RES switch, the
cruise control accelerates/decelerates
continuously until the set speed
displayed in the instrument cluster and
on the active driving display is reached.
If you want to stop accelerating/
decelerating, change the set speed or
cancel the system (such as by
depressing the brake pedal).

To increase speed using accelerator
pedal

Depress the accelerator pedal and
press the RES switch up (SET+) or
down (SET-) at the desired speed. If
the switch is not operated, the system
returns to the set speed after you
release your foot from the accelerator
pedal.

NOTE

Accelerate if you want to speed up
temporarily when the cruise control is
on. Greater speed will not interfere
with or change the set speed. Take
your foot off the accelerator to return
to the set speed.

When Driving

Cruise Control

4-227

To Resume Cruising Speed at More
Than 30 km/h (19 mph)

If the cruise control system is
temporarily canceled (such as by
applying the brake pedal) and the
system is still activated, the most
recent set speed will automatically
resume when the RES switch is
pressed.
If vehicle speed is below 30 km/h (19
mph), increase the vehicle speed up to
30 km/h (19 mph) or more and press
the RES switch.

To Temporarily Cancel

To temporarily cancel the system, use
one of these methods:

x

Slightly depress the brake pedal.

x

Press the CANCEL switch.

x

(Manual transmission)

Depress the clutch pedal.

If the RES switch is pressed when the
vehicle speed is 30 km/h (19 mph) or
higher, the system reverts to the
previously set speed.

NOTE

x

If any of the following conditions
occur, the cruise control system is
temporarily canceled.

x

Even when the brake pedal is
slightly depressed.

x

The DSC is operating.

x

There is a problem in the system.

x

Any of the doors is opened.

x

The driver's seat belt is unfastened.

x

The parking brake is applied.

x

(Automatic transmission)

The selector lever is in the P, N, or
R position.

x

(Manual transmission)

The shift lever is in the neutral
position.

x

When the cruise control system is
temporarily canceled by even one of
the applicable cancel conditions, the
speed cannot be re-set.

x

(Automatic transmission)

The cruise control cannot be
canceled while driving in manual
mode (selector lever shifted from D
to M position). Therefore, engine
braking will not be applied even if
the transmission is shifted down to a
lower gear. If deceleration is
required, lower the set speed or
depress the brake pedal.

To Deactivate

Press the cruise switch again.

When Driving

Cruise Control

4-228

Tire Pressure Monitoring

System (TPMS)

Tire Pressure Monitoring System
(TPMS)

The TPMS monitors the air pressure of
each tire and if it decreases below the
specified value, the system notifies the
driver by turning on the TPMS warning
light in the instrument cluster and
indicating a message on the
multi-information display.
For the TPMS, the air pressure data
sent from the tire pressure sensors
installed on each wheel via radio signal
is received by the receiver unit in the
vehicle to monitor the tire pressures.

1. Tire pressure sensors

In addition, the current tire pressures
can be checked using the center
display.
Refer to the Vehicle Status Monitor
section in the Mazda Connect
Owner's Manual.

NOTE

x

When the ambient temperature is
low, the tire temperatures also
decrease. If the tire temperatures
decrease, the air pressure in the tires
will also decrease which could turn
on the TPMS warning light.

x

Before driving, visually inspect the
tires for abnormalities. Additionally,
inspect the tire pressures monthly. A
digital type air pressure gauge is
recommended for inspecting the tire
pressures.

The TPMS is not a substitute for your
own periodic inspection of the tires.
Always inspect the tires yourself
periodically.

CAUTION

¾

Each tire, including the spare (if
provided), should be checked
monthly when cold and inflated to
the inflation pressure recommended
by the vehicle manufacturer on the
vehicle placard or tire inflation
pressure label. (If your vehicle has
tires of a different size than the size
indicated on the vehicle placard or
tire inflation pressure label, you
should determine the proper tire
inflation pressure for those tires.)
As an added safety feature, your
vehicle has been equipped with a
tire pressure monitoring system
(TPMS) that illuminates a low tire
pressure telltale when one or more
of your tires is significantly
under-inflated. Accordingly, when
the low tire pressure telltale
illuminates, you should stop and
check your tires as soon as possible,
and inflate them to the proper
pressure. Driving on a significantly
under-inflated tire causes the tire to
overheat and can lead to tire failure.
Under-inflation also reduces fuel
efficiency and tire tread life, and may
affect the vehicle's handling and
stopping ability.

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Please note that the TPMS is not a
substitute for proper tire
maintenance, and it is the driver's
responsibility to maintain correct tire
pressure, even if under-inflation has
not reached the level to trigger
illumination of the TPMS low tire
pressure telltale.
Your vehicle has also been equipped
with a TPMS malfunction indicator to
indicate when the system is not
operating properly.
The TPMS malfunction indicator is
combined with the low tire pressure
telltale. When the system detects a
malfunction, the telltale will flash for
approximately one minute and then
remain continuously illuminated.
This sequence will continue upon
subsequent vehicle start-ups as long
as the malfunction exists. When the
malfunction indicator is illuminated,
the system may not be able to detect
or signal low tire pressure as
intended. TPMS malfunctions may
occur for a variety of reasons,
including the installation of
replacement or alternate tires or
wheels on the vehicle that prevent
the TPMS from functioning properly.
Always check the TPMS malfunction
telltale after replacing one or more
tires or wheels on your vehicle to
ensure that the replacement or
alternate tires and wheels allow the
TPMS to continue to function
properly.

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To avoid false readings, the system
samples for a little while before
indicating a problem. As a result it
will not instantaneously register a
rapid tire deflation or blow out.

If there is a problem with the Tire
Pressure Monitoring System
(TPMS)

If the TPMS warning light flashes, there
may be a problem with the system.
Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer
to have the system inspected.
Refer to Tire Pressure Monitoring
System (TPMS) Warning Indication/
Warning Light (Flashing) on page
7-33.
In the following cases, the system
cannot recognize the tire pressures
correctly and the TPMS warning light
may flash.

x

There is equipment or a device
nearby emitting radio signals the
same as a tire pressure sensor.

x

A metallic object such as a
non-genuine electronic device is
installed near the center of the
dashboard (obstructs the radio
signals from the tire pressure sensors
to the receiver).

x

A device such as one of the following
is used in the cabin.

x

Electronic devices such as a
computer.

x

Converter devices such as a
DC-AC converter.

x

There is a large accumulation of
snow or ice around the vehicle tires.

x

The battery in a tire pressure sensor
is dead.

x

A wheel not equipped with a tire
pressure sensor is used.

x

Tires employing steel in the sidewall
of the tire are installed.

x

Tire chains are used.

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When a tire pressure decreases

If the TPMS warning light turns on, a
tire pressure may be low. Inspect the
tire pressures and adjust them to the
correct inflation pressure.
Refer to Tire Pressure Monitoring
System (TPMS) Warning Indication/
Warning Light (Turns on) on page
7-37.

Tires and Wheels

CAUTION

When inspecting/adjusting the tire
pressures, do not apply excessive force
to the air valve of the tire pressure
sensor. Otherwise, the tire pressure
sensor could be damaged.

When changing tires and wheels

When changing the tires or wheels
(such as installing winter tires), it will
be necessary to register the ID signal
code of the tire pressure sensor to the
TPMS.
Have an Authorized Mazda Dealer do
the registration or register the ID signal
codes of the tire pressure sensors using
the following procedure.

NOTE

The tire pressure sensors on each
wheel have a unique ID signal code.
For the TPMS to operate correctly, the
ID signal codes of the tire pressure
sensors need to be registered to the
system.

1. Wait more than 19 minutes after

changing a tire or wheel.

2. After more than 19 minutes have

passed, drive the vehicle at a speed
of about 25 km/h (16 mph) or
faster for 3 minutes or longer. While
driving, the ID signal codes of the
tire pressure sensors are
automatically registered.

NOTE

If you drive the vehicle within 19
minutes of changing a tire or wheel,
the TPMS warning light will flash
because the ID signal codes for the tire
pressure sensors were not registered.
In this case, stop the vehicle and
register the ID signal codes of the tire
pressure sensors following the
procedure.

When replacing tires and wheels

CAUTION

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When replacing the tires and wheels,
consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer
Otherwise, the tire pressure sensors
could be damaged when replacing
them.

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Do not install non-genuine wheels. If
wheels other than genuine ones are
installed, it may not be possible to
install the tire pressure sensors.

When replacing a tire or wheel, always
install the tire pressure sensor. The
following combinations of tires,
wheels, or tires and wheels are
possible.

x

The tire pressure sensor from the old
wheel is removed and it is installed
to the new wheel.

x

Only a tire is replaced without
replacing the tire pressure sensor and
wheel.

x

A new tire pressure sensor is installed
to a new wheel.

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