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Mazda 3 Hatchback (2022 year). Manual in english - page 34

 

 

High Beam Control System (HBC)
Warning Indication/Warning Light
(Amber)

*

The light remains turned on if there is a
problem with the system. Have your
vehicle inspected at an Authorized
Mazda Dealer.

i-ACTIVSENSE Warning
Indication/Warning Light

*

The indication displays if the system
has a malfunction.
Check the reason for the indication
displaying on the center display or
multi-information display.
Refer to If a Warning Light Turns On or
Flashes on page 7-27.

Exterior Light Warning Indication/
Warning Light

This light illuminates if there is a
malfunction in the exterior lights
(except license plate lights). Have your
vehicle inspected by an Authorized
Mazda Dealer.

CAUTION

Do not drive the vehicle while an
exterior light has a malfunction. Poor
visibility, and not being able to signal
braking and turns may cause an
accident. In addition, if the vehicle is
driven with the lights not turned on, it
may conflict with laws and regulations
due to poor maintenance.

Low Fuel Warning Indication/
Warning Light

The warning indication/warning light
displays/turns on when the ignition is
switched ON and the remaining fuel is
about 9 L (2.3 US gal, 1.9 Imp gal) or
the remaining distance to empty is 50
km (31 miles) or shorter. The warning
light flashes when the vehicle
continues to be driven with the
warning indication/warning light
displayed/turned on and the
remaining fuel in the tank is near
empty.

NOTE

The light illumination timing may vary
because fuel inside the fuel tank moves
around according to the driving
conditions and the vehicle posture.

Action to be taken

Add fuel. If the light is flashing, refuel
as soon as possible.

If Trouble Arises

Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds

*Some models.

7-35

Check Fuel Cap Warning
Indication/Warning Light

If the check fuel cap warning light
illuminates while driving, the fuel-filler
cap may not be installed properly.

Action to be taken

Stop the engine and reinstall the
fuel-filler cap.
Refer to Refueling on page 3-29.

Engine Oil Level Warning
Indication/Warning Light

This warning light indicates that the
engine oil level is around the MIN
mark (page 6-18).

CAUTION

Do not continue to drive the vehicle
with the engine oil level warning
indication/warning light displayed/
turned on. If the vehicle continues to
be driven with an insufficient amount
of engine oil, it could cause damage to
the engine.

Action to be taken

Add 1 L (0.26 US gal, 0.22 Imp gal) of
engine oil (page 6-16).

Seat Belt Warning Indication/
Warning Light (Front seat)

The seat belt warning light turns on if
the driver or front passenger's seat is
occupied and the seat belt is not
fastened with the ignition switched
ON.
If the driver or front passenger's seat
belt is unfastened (only when the front
passenger's seat is occupied) and if the
vehicle is driven at about 20 km/h (12
mph) or faster, or about 10 km/h (6
mph) or faster for a continuous 30
seconds, with the seat belt unfastened,
the warning light flashes for a certain
period. After a short time, the warning
light stops flashing, but remains
illuminated.

NOTE

x

The warning light flashes for about 6
seconds if the driver or front
passenger's seat is not fastened
when the ignition is switched ON.
(Except Mexico)

x

Placing heavy items on the front
passenger's seat may cause the front
passenger's seat belt warning
function to operate depending on
the weight of the item.

x

To allow the front passenger
occupant classification sensor to
function properly, do not place and
sit on an additional seat cushion on
the front passenger's seat. The
sensor may not function properly
because the additional seat cushion
could cause sensor interference.

x

If a small child is seated on the front
passenger's seat, the warning light
may not operate.

If Trouble Arises

Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds

7-36

Action to be taken

Fasten the seat belts.

Seat Belt Warning Light (Rear seat)
(Red)

If the rear seat belts are not fastened
while the ignition is switched ON , the
driver and the passenger are alerted by
the warning light.
The warning light operates even if there
is no passenger on the rear seat.

NOTE

If a rear seat belt is not fastened by a
certain period of time after the engine
has been started, the warning light
turns off.

Action to be taken

Fasten the seat belts.

Low Washer Fluid Level Warning
Indication/Warning Light

*

This warning light indicates that little
washer fluid remains.

Action to be taken

Add washer fluid (page 6-21).

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

The light turns on if any door/trunk
lid/liftgate is not closed securely.

Action to be taken

Close the door/trunk lid/liftgate
securely.

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

If a tire pressure decreases below the
specified air pressure, the TPMS
warning light turns on.
At the same time, a message and the
tire pressure of each tire are displayed
on the multi-information display
alternately. In addition, the tire (s) with
low air pressure is displayed in yellow.

If Trouble Arises

Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds

*Some models.

7-37

WARNING

Do not drive the vehicle at high
speeds if the TPMS warning light turns
on or flashes:

Driving the vehicle at high speeds
while the TPMS warning light is turned
on or flashing is dangerous because
the brake performance and the
steering wheel operability will be
reduced. If the vehicle is driven at high
speeds or the brakes are suddenly
applied, it could lead to an accident.
Gradually apply the brakes to lower the
vehicle's speed.

Do not ignore the TPMS warning light
when it is turned on or flashing:

Continuing to drive the vehicle while
ignoring the illumination/flashing of
the TPMS warning light is dangerous
because a tire may burst which could
lead to an accident. Take appropriate
measures as soon as possible.

NOTE

While the TPMS is learning the tire
positions, such as immediately after a
tire position has been changed, the tire
pressure at the tire position prior to it
being changed is displayed until the
system completes the learning. For this
reason, the tire pressures displayed for
the tire positions may be different from
the actual tire pressures at the tire
positions.

Action to be taken

Adjust the tire pressures to the
appropriate pressures.
Refer to Tire Inflation Pressure on page
6-33.

CAUTION

¾

Adjust the tire pressures while the
tires are cool. Because the air
pressure in the tires fluctuates
depending on the temperature,
before adjusting the tire pressures,
let the vehicle sit for an hour or drive
it only within a 1.6 km (1 mile)
distance. If the tire pressures are
adjusted while the tires are warm,
the tire pressures may decrease
below the specified air pressure after
cooling down which could turn on
the warning light. In addition,
because the air pressure in the tires
decreases when the ambient
temperature is low, if the ambient
temperature increases, an
illuminated TPMS warning light may
turn off. Under any circumstances,
always adjust the tire pressures while
the tires are cool.

¾

After adjusting the tire pressures, the
TPMS warning light turns off. If the
TPMS warning light does not turn off,
drive the vehicle at a speed of about
25 km (16 mph) or faster for 3
minutes or longer and make sure the
warning light turns off.

If the TPMS warning light remains on
even after adjusting the tire pressures,
one of the tires may have a puncture.

If Trouble Arises

Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds

7-38

KEY Indicator Light (Green)
(Flashing)

“Low Key Fob Battery. Replace
Battery” is displayed/When the light
is flashing

When the key battery is low, the
indication is displayed when the
ignition is switched OFF.

Action to be taken

Replace the key battery.

If Trouble Arises

Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds

7-39

Message Indicated on Multi-information Display

Message Indicated on Multi-information Display

If there is a notification from the vehicle, a message is displayed on the
multi-information display. Check the information and take the necessary action.

1. Multi-information display

If the warning light turns on/flashes simultaneously or a symbol is indicated on the
display, check the information regarding the warning light or symbol.
Refer to If a Warning Light Turns On or Flashes on page 7-27.

Display

*1*2*3

Content

Action to be taken

Depress Brake Pedal.
Brake Hold Disabled

This message is indicated when there
is a problem with the brake related
system while the vehicle is being held
in a stop position by the AUTOHOLD
function.

Depress the brake pedal. Cancel the
AUTOHOLD function and have your
vehicle inspected at an Authorized
Mazda Dealer.

Steep Slope. Continue
Pressing Brake Pedal to
Hold Stopped Position

This message indicates the possibility
of the vehicle not being held in the
stopped position by the AUTOHOLD
function, such as on steep slopes.

Depress and hold your foot on the
brake pedal.

Depress Brake Pedal and
Operate Switch to Re-
lease Elec. Parking Brake

This message is indicated when the
Electric Parking Brake (EPB) switch is
operated without depressing the
brake pedal.

Operate the Electric Parking Brake
(EPB) switch while depressing the
brake pedal.

Depress Brake Pedal and
Operate Switch to Re-
lease

This message is indicated when the
cancel operation is done without de-
pressing the brake pedal while the
vehicle is being held in the stopped
position by the AUTOHOLD function.

Cancel the AUTOHOLD function stop
hold control while depressing the
brake pedal.

If Trouble Arises

Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds

7-40

Display

*1*2*3

Content

Action to be taken

Mazda Radar Cruise
Control Canceled. Drive
Safely

This message is indicated when the
Mazda Radar Cruise Control
(MRCC), Mazda Radar Cruise Con-
trol with Stop & Go function (MRCC
with Stop & Go function), and the
Traffic Jam Assist (TJA) have been can-
celed other than by the driver.

Have your vehicle inspected by an
Authorized Mazda Dealer.

Distance & Speed Alert
Operation Canceled
Drive Safely

This message is indicated when the
Distance & Speed Alert (DSA) have
been canceled other than by the driv-
er.

Have your vehicle inspected by an
Authorized Mazda Dealer.

Cruise Control Opera-
tion Canceled. Drive
Safely

This message is indicated when the
Cruise Control have been canceled
other than by the driver.

Have your vehicle inspected by an
Authorized Mazda Dealer.

Emergency Braking Acti-
vated. Depress Brake
Pedal to Hold Stop

This message is indicated after the
Smart Brake Support (SBS) brakes op-
erate and when the Smart Brake Sup-
port (SBS) is canceled.

Depress the brake pedal.

Touch Key Fob to Push
Button Start Switch

This message is indicated when the
key battery is weak (battery dead or
damaged key).

Touch the key against push button
start to start the engine.
Refer to Engine Start Function When
Key Battery is Dead on page 4-8.

Depress Brake Pedal to
Start Vehicle

This message is indicated when the
push button start is pressed without
depressing the brake pedal.

When starting the engine, press the
push button start with the brake ped-
al depressed.

Check Gear Selector
Lever Position

This message is indicated when the
selector lever is shifted to the P or R
position while driving.

Check the selector lever position.

Close Door and Fasten
Seat Belt

This message is indicated when AU-
TOHOLD is about to operate and a
door is opened or a seat belt is unfas-
tened.

When the AUTOHOLD is turned on,
close the doors and fasten seat belts.

Wiper Blades Must Be
on Windshield Before
Operating

This message is indicated when the
ignition is switched ON with the wip-
er arms at the service positions.

Return the wiper arms to the initial
positions.

Windshield Wiper Range
of Motion Reduced. Re-
move Obstruction(s)

This message is indicated when there
is snow or dirt accumulation on the
windshield and the wiper operation
range is narrowed.

Remove foreign matter from the
windshield.

If Trouble Arises

Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds

7-41

Display

*1*2*3

Content

Action to be taken

Vehicle Not Switched
Off

This message is indicated when the
driver’s door is opened without
switching the ignition OFF.

Switch the ignition OFF before leaving
the vehicle.

Gear Selector Lever Not
in Park

Displays when the push button start
is pressed while the selector lever is
in a position other than P, and the ig-
nition is switched to ACC.

Shift the selector lever to the P posi-
tion and then switch the ignition OFF.

Excessive Transmission
Temperature. Drive
Slowly

This message is indicated when the
internal temperature of the automatic
transmission is high.

Drive slowly to reduce load on the
automatic transmission.

Excessive Transmission
Temp. Stop Vehicle in a
Safe Location

This message is indicated when the
automatic transmission fluid temper-
ature is abnormally high.

Park the vehicle in a safe place imme-
diately and contact an Authorized
Mazda Dealer.

Battery Saving Mode.
Drive Vehicle to Charge
Battery

This message is indicated when the
power consumption exceeds a cer-
tain amount such as by repeatedly
opening/closing the doors or the lift-
gate when the ignition is switched
OFF.
Some of the functions are restricted
to reduce power consumption.

There is no need to contact an Au-
thorized Mazda Dealer. Drive the ve-
hicle for 5 minutes or longer to
charge the battery. The warning mes-
sage will clear just after starting the
engine.

Shift Into Park Before Ex-
iting Vehicle

This message is indicated when the
driver’s door is opened with the shift
lever in a position other than the P
position.

Close the driver’s door or shift the
shift lever to the P position.

*

1

A pop-up is displayed when a warning occurs.

*

2

One screen displays four rows. If the entire message cannot be displayed on the screen, it switches to
another screen.

*

3

The displayed content may differ from the actual vehicle.

If Trouble Arises

Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds

7-42

Warning Sound is

Activated

Lights-On Reminder

The lights-on reminder is operable
when the time setting

*1

 of the auto

headlight off function is off.
If the ignition is switched OFF with the
exterior lights turned on and the
driver’s door is opened, a sound is
activated.
Operate the headlight switch to turn
off the exterior lights.

*

1 If the light switch is left on, the

auto headlight off function
automatically turns off the lights
about 30 seconds after switching
the ignition off. The time setting
can be changed.
Refer to the Settings section in the
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.

NOTE

x

When the ignition is switched to
ACC, the “Ignition Not Switched OFF
(STOP) Warning Beep” (page 7-44)
overrides the lights-on reminder.

x

A personalized function is available
to change the sound volume for the
lights-on reminder.
Refer to the Settings section in the
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.

Seat Belt Warning Beep

Front seat

Except Mexico

If the driver's seat belt is not fastened
when the ignition is switched ON, a
beep sound will be heard for about 6
seconds. If the driver or the front
passenger's seat belt is not fastened
and if the vehicle is driven at about 20
km/h (12 mph) or faster, or about 10
km/h (6 mph) or faster for a
continuous 30 seconds, with the seat
belt unfastened, a sound is activated
continuously for a certain period.
Until a seat belt is fastened or a given
period of time has elapsed, the beep
sound will not stop even if the vehicle
speed falls below 20 km/h (12 mph).

NOTE

x

To allow the front passenger
occupant classification sensor to
function properly, do not place and
sit on an additional seat cushion on
the front passenger's seat. The
sensor may not function properly
because the additional seat cushion
could cause sensor interference.

x

If a small child is seated on the front
passenger's seat, the warning beep
may not operate.

If Trouble Arises

Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds

7-43

Mexico

If the vehicle speed exceeds about 20
km/h (12 mph) with the driver or front
passenger's seat belt unfastened, a
warning beep sounds continuously. If
the seat belt remains unfastened, the
beep sound stops once and then
continues for about 90 seconds. The
beep stops after the driver or front
passenger's seat belt is fastened.
Until a seat belt is fastened or a given
period of time has elapsed, the beep
sound will not stop even if the vehicle
speed falls below 20 km/h (12 mph).

NOTE

x

Placing heavy items on the front
passenger's seat may cause the front
passenger's seat belt warning
function to operate depending on
the weight of the item.

x

To allow the front passenger seat
weight sensor to function properly,
do not place and sit on an additional
seat cushion on the front passenger's
seat. The sensor may not function
properly because the additional seat
cushion could cause sensor
interference.

x

If a small child is seated on the front
passenger's seat, the warning beep
may not operate.

Rear seat

The warning beep only sounds if a seat
belt is unfastened after being fastened.

Ignition Not Switched Off (STOP)
Warning Beep

If the driver's door is opened with the
ignition switched to ACC, a beep will
be heard continuously in the cabin to
notify the driver that the ignition has
not been switched OFF (STOP). Under
this condition, the keyless entry system
will not operate, the vehicle cannot be
locked, and the battery voltage will be
depleted.

Key Removed from Vehicle
Warning Beep

Vehicles with advanced keyless
function

If the key is taken out of the vehicle
while the ignition is switched to ACC
or ON, and all the doors are closed, a
sound is activated 6 times outside of
the vehicle and a sound is activated 1
time in the vehicle.

Vehicles without advanced keyless
function

If the key is taken out of the vehicle
while the ignition is switched to ACC
or ON, and all the doors are closed, a
sound is activated 1 time in the
vehicle.

NOTE

Make sure that you leave the vehicle
while carrying the key, or switch the
ignition OFF.

If Trouble Arises

Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds

7-44

Touch Sensor Inoperable Warning
Beep (With the advanced keyless
function)

A warning beep is activated to notify
the driver that the doors are not locked
when all of the following conditions
are met:

x

The ignition is switched OFF.

x

All the doors and liftgate are not fully
closed.

x

The lock is operated 3 times within 5
seconds.

Check the ignition and whether the
doors and liftgate are open or closed,
and then operate the lock again.

Liftgate Door-lock Switch
Inoperable Warning Beep

*

When the door-lock switch on the
liftgate is pressed under any of the
following conditions, a warning sound
is activated.

x

The ignition is switched to a position
other than OFF.

x

Any door is open.

Make sure that none of the above
conditions are present, and then press
the door-lock switch again.

Key Left-in-luggage
Compartment/Trunk Warning
Beep (With the advanced keyless
function)

If the key is left in the luggage
compartment/trunk with all the doors
locked and the liftgate/trunk lid
closed, a beep will be heard outside
for about 10 seconds to notify the
driver that the key is in the luggage
compartment/trunk. In this case, take
out the key by pressing the electric
liftgate/trunk lid opener and opening
the liftgate/trunk lid. The key taken out
of the luggage compartment/trunk
may not operate because its functions
have been temporarily stopped. To
restore the key's functions, perform
the applicable procedure (page 3-8).

Key Left-in-vehicle Warning Beep
(With the advanced keyless
function)

If all the doors and luggage
compartment/trunk are locked using
another key while the key is left in the
cabin, the beep which sounds outside
of the vehicle will be heard for about
10 seconds to notify the driver that the
key is in the cabin. In this case, take
out the key by opening the door. A key
taken out of the vehicle using this
method may not operate because its
functions have been temporarily
stopped. To restore the key's functions,
perform the applicable procedure
(page 3-8).

If Trouble Arises

Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds

*Some models.

7-45

Low Fuel Warning Beep

When the low fuel warning light
flashes, a warning beep is activated
once at the same time.

Brake System Warning Beep (With
M Hybrid)

A warning beep is activated if a
problem with the brake system occurs
and the brakes may not work as
intended. Decelerate the vehicle while
checking the safety of the surrounding
area, and park the vehicle in a safe
place. After stopping the vehicle,
contact an Authorized Mazda Dealer.

Brake Override Warning Beep

A warning beep is activated when the
accelerator pedal and brake pedal are
depressed at the same time while
driving. Only depress the brake pedal.

Shift Position Warning Beep

A sound is activated when the push
button start is pressed while the
selector lever is in a position other
than P, and the ignition is switched to
ACC. Check the selector lever
position.

Selector Lever Not In P or N
Reminder Warning Beep (With M
Hybrid)

A warning beep is activated
continuously if the driver's door is
opened with the selector lever in a
position other than the P or N position
when the engine is running. Shift the
selector lever to the P or N position, or
close the driver's door.

i-stop Warning Beep

*

x

If the driver's door is opened while
engine idling is stopped, the warning
sound operates to notify the driver

that engine idling is stopped. It stops
when the driver's door is closed.

Electric Parking Brake (EPB)
Warning Beep

The warning buzzer is activated under
the following conditions:

x

The vehicle is driven with the parking
brake applied.

x

The Electric Parking Brake (EPB)
switch is pulled while the vehicle is
driven.

x

You attempt to start driving the
vehicle while the conditions for
releasing the Electric Parking Brake
(EPB) automatically have not been
met.

If Trouble Arises

Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds

7-46

*Some models.

AUTOHOLD Warning Beep

Warning light flashes/message is
displayed and beep sound is activated
simultaneously for about 5 seconds
when using AUTOHOLD function or
when AUTOHOLD switch is operated.
Because a problem with AUTOHOLD
function has occurred, AUTOHOLD
function does not operate even if
AUTOHOLD switch is operated.

If the warning light flashes/message is
displayed and the beep sound is
activated simultaneously, have your
vehicle inspected at an Authorized
Mazda Dealer.

Vehicle Problem Warning Beep

If any of the following problems occur,
a warning beep is activated. Check the
information regarding the warning
indication in the instrument cluster or
on the center display.

x

Automatic transmission problem

x

Increase in automatic transmission
internal temperature

x

M Hybrid problem

x

Brake fluid amount decrease

x

Engine oil level sensor problem

x

Electric Parking Brake (EPB) problem

x

Engine hydraulic pressure decrease

x

Engine coolant temperature increase

x

Engine system problem

Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM)
System Warning Beep

*

The Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM)
warning beep operates when the turn
signal lever is operated to the side
where the Blind Spot Monitoring
(BSM) warning light is illuminated.

Front Cross Traffic Alert (FCTA)
Warning Beep

*

The Front Cross Traffic Alert (FCTA)
warning beep is activated if there is a
possibility of collision with a vehicle
approaching from the front on the left
and right sides of the vehicle.

Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA)
Warning Beep

*

The Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA)
warning beep is activated if there is a
possibility of collision with a vehicle
approaching from the rear on the left
and right sides of the vehicle.

Lane Departure Warning Sound

*

While the system is operating, if the
system determines that the vehicle may
depart from the lane, it sounds a
warning sound.

NOTE

The volume of the Lane Departure
Warning System (LDWS) warning
sound can be changed.
Refer to the Settings section in the
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.

If Trouble Arises

Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds

*Some models.

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Mazda Radar Cruise Control
(MRCC) System Warnings

*

The Mazda Radar Cruise Control
(MRCC) system warnings notify the
driver of system malfunctions and
cautions on use when required.
Check based on the beep sound.

Warning beep type

Notification content

The beep sounds 1
time while the Mazda
Radar Cruise Control
(MRCC) is operating

The vehicle speed is
slower than 25 km/h
(16 mph) and the
Mazda Radar Cruise
Control (MRCC) sys-
tem has been can-
celed.

The beep sounds in-
termittently while the
Mazda Radar Cruse
Control (MRCC) is op-
erating.

The distance between
your vehicle and the
vehicle ahead is too
close. Check the safety
of the surrounding
area and reduce vehi-
cle speed.

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

*

The Mazda Radar Cruise Control with
Stop & Go function (MRCC with Stop
& Go function) system warnings notify
the driver of system malfunctions and
cautions on use when required.
Check based on the beep sound.

Warning beep type

Notification content

The beep sounds 1
time while the Mazda
Radar Cruise Control
with Stop & Go func-
tion (MRCC with Stop
& Go function) is op-
erating.

If a malfunction occurs
in the system, make
sure that the Mazda
Radar Cruise Control
with Stop & Go func-
tion (MRCC with Stop
& Go function) has
been canceled.

Warning beep type

Notification content

The beep sounds in-
termittently while the
Mazda Radar Cruise
Control with Stop &
Go function (MRCC
with Stop & Go func-
tion) is operating.

The distance between
your vehicle and the
vehicle ahead is too
close. Check the safety
of the surrounding
area and reduce vehi-
cle speed.

Excessive Speed Warning

*

If the vehicle speed exceeds the speed
limit sign displayed in the active driving
display/instrument cluster, the area
around the speed limit sign flashes in
amber and the warning sound is
activated at the same time. If the
vehicle speed continues to exceed the
displayed speed limit sign, the
indication stops flashing and remains
on.

Collision warning

*

If there is a possibility of a collision
with a vehicle ahead, a warning sound
is activated at the same time as the
warning indications are displayed in
the instrument cluster or active driving
display.

Door-ajar Warning Beep

A warning beep is activated if the
vehicle is driven with any door or
liftgate ajar. Drive the vehicle after
closing the doors and liftgate.

Battery Saving Mode Warning
Sound

A warning sound is activated when the
vehicle goes into Battery Saving Mode.
Refer to Message Indicated on
Multi-information Display on page
7-40.
The warning sound will stop just after
starting the engine.

If Trouble Arises

Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds

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*Some models.

When Liftgate/Trunk Lid

Cannot be Opened

When Liftgate/Trunk Lid Cannot
be Opened

If the battery is dead, the liftgate/trunk
lid cannot be unlocked and opened.
In this case, the liftgate/trunk lid can
be unlocked by taking care of the dead
battery situation.
Refer to Jump-Starting on page 7-17.
If the liftgate/trunk lid cannot be
unlocked even if the dead battery
situation has been resolved, the
electrical system may have a
malfunction.
In this case, the liftgate/trunk lid can
be opened using the following
procedure as an emergency measure.

(5–door)

1. Wrap the end of a flathead

screwdriver in a cloth and remove
the cover on the interior surface of
the liftgate using it.

2. Turn the lever to the right to unlock

the liftgate.

(4–door)

1. Open the cover.

2.

(With theft-prevention cover)

Open the cap.

If Trouble Arises

When Liftgate/Trunk Lid Cannot be Opened

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3.

(With theft-prevention cover)

Turn the screw counterclockwise
and remove it.

4.

(With theft-prevention cover)

Remove the theft-prevention cover.

5. Move the lever to the left to fold

the seatback.

6. Move the lever to the left to open

the trunk lid.

(Type A)

(Type B)

After performing this emergency
measure, have the vehicle inspected at
an Authorized Mazda Dealer as soon
as possible.

If Trouble Arises

When Liftgate/Trunk Lid Cannot be Opened

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