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Mazda CX-9 (2022 year). Manual in english - page 4

 

 

Before Driving
Keys
¾ Drop the key.
Keys
¾ Get the key wet.
¾ Disassemble the key.
WARNING
¾ Expose the key to high temperatures
on places such as the dashboard or
Do not leave the key in your vehicle with
hood, under direct sunlight.
children and keep them in a place where
¾ Expose the key to any kind of magnetic
your children will not find or play with
field.
them:
¾ Place heavy objects on the key.
Leaving children in a vehicle with the key is
¾ Put the key in an ultrasonic cleaner.
dangerous. This could result in someone
¾ Put any magnetized objects close to
being badly injured or even killed. Children
the key.
may find these keys to be an interesting toy
to play with and could cause the power
NOTE
windows or other controls to operate, or
The driver must carry the key to ensure the
even make the vehicle move.
system functions properly.
Transmitter
Auxiliary key
CAUTION
¾ Because the key (transmitter) uses
low-intensity radio waves, it may not
function correctly under the following
conditions:
¾ The key is carried with communication
devices such as cellular phones.
Removing the auxiliary key
¾ The key contacts or is covered by a
1. Remove the lower cover while sliding
metal object.
the knob in the direction of the arrow.
¾ The key is near electronic devices such
as personal computers.
¾ Non-Mazda genuine electronic
equipment is installed in the vehicle.
¾ There is equipment which discharges
radio waves near the vehicle.
¾ The key (transmitter) may consume
battery power excessively if it receives
high-intensity radio waves. Do not place
the key near electronic devices such as
televisions or personal computers.
¾ To avoid damage to the key
(transmitter), DO NOT:
3-2
Before Driving
Keys
2. Remove the auxiliary key.
Also write down the code number and
keep it in a separate safe and convenient
place, but not in the vehicle.
If your key (auxiliary key) is lost, consult
an Authorized Mazda Dealer, and have
your code number ready.
Key code
number plate
Installing the auxiliary key
1. Install the auxiliary key as the
illustration.
2. Insert the tabs of the lower cover into
the slots of the transmitter and install
the lower cover.
Key code number plate
A code number is stamped on the plate
attached to the key set; detach this plate
and store it in a safe place (not in the
vehicle) for use if you need to make a
replacement key (auxiliary key).
3-3
Before Driving
Keys
possible for a replacement and to make the
Keyless Entry System
lost or stolen key inoperative.
This system uses the key buttons to
remotely lock and unlock the doors and
CAUTION
the liftgate, and opens/closes the liftgate.
The system can start the engine without
Radio equipment like this is governed by
having to take the key out of your purse or
laws in the United States.
pocket.
Changes or modifications not expressly
It can also help you signal for attention or
approved by the party responsible for
help.
compliance could void the user's authority
Operating the theft-deterrent system is
to operate the equipment.
also possible on theft-deterrent
system-equipped vehicles.
NOTE
The keyless entry system operation may
System malfunctions or warnings are
vary due to local conditions.
indicated by the following warning lights
The keyless entry system is fully
or beeps.
operational (door/liftgate lock/unlock)
For vehicles with the type A/type B
when the ignition is switched off. The
instrument cluster, check the displayed
system does not operate if the ignition is
message for more information and, if
switched to any position other than off.
necessary, have the vehicle inspected at an
If the key does not operate when
Authorized Mazda Dealer, according to
pressing a button or the operational
the indication.
range becomes too small, the battery
KEY Warning Light (Red)
may be weak. To install a new battery,
Refer to Contact Authorized Mazda
refer to Key Battery Replacement (page
Dealer and Have Vehicle Inspected on
6-32).
page 7-31.
Refer to Taking Action on page 7-36.
Ignition Not Switched Off (STOP)
Warning Beep
Refer to Ignition Not Switched Off
(STOP) Warning Beep on page 7-46.
Key Removed from Vehicle Warning
Beep
Refer to Key Removed from Vehicle
Warning Beep on page 7-46.
If you have a problem with the key,
consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer.
If your key is lost or stolen, consult an
Authorized Mazda Dealer as soon as
3-4
Before Driving
Keys
Battery life is about 1 year. Replace the
NOTE
battery with a new one if the KEY
The headlights turn on/off by operating
indicator light (green) flashes in the
the transmitter. Refer to Leaving Home
instrument cluster (for vehicles with a
Light on page 4-62.
type A/type B instrument cluster (page
(With theft-deterrent system)
4-12, 4-29), messages are displayed
The hazard warning lights flash when
in the instrument cluster). Replacing the
the theft-deterrent system is armed or
battery about once a year is
turned off.
recommended because the KEY warning
Refer to Theft-Deterrent System on page
light/indicator light may not illuminate
3-45.
or flash depending on the rate of battery
(With the advanced keyless function)
depletion.
A beep sound can be heard for
confirmation when the doors and the
liftgate are locked/unlocked using the
key. If you prefer, the beep sound can be
turned off.
The volume of the beep sound can also
be changed.
Additional keys can be obtained at an
Refer to the Settings section in the
Authorized Mazda Dealer. Up to 6 keys
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
can be used with the keyless functions
Use the following procedure to change the
per vehicle. Bring all keys to the
setting.
Authorized Mazda Dealer when
1. Switch the ignition off and close all of
additional keys are required.
the doors and the liftgate.
Transmitter
2. Open the driver's door.
3. Within 30 seconds of opening the
Operation indicator light
driver's door, press and hold the LOCK
button on the key for 5 seconds or
Operation
longer (All of the doors and the liftgate
buttons
are locked and unlocked when the
LOCK button on the key is pressed and
held for 5 seconds.).
The beep sound activates at the
currently set volume. The setting
changes each time the LOCK button on
the key is pressed and the beep sound
activates at the set volume. (If the beep
sound has been set to not activate, it
will not activate.)
4. The setting change is completed by
doing any one of the following:
3-5
Before Driving
Keys
Switching the ignition to ACC or
(With theft-deterrent system)
ON.
When the doors are locked by pressing
Closing the driver's door.
the lock button on the key while the
Opening the liftgate.
theft-deterrent system is armed, the
Not operating the key for ten
hazard warning lights will flash once to
seconds.
indicate that the system is armed.
Pressing any button except the
Unlock button
LOCK button on the key.
Pressing a request switch.
To unlock the driver's door, press the
unlock button and the hazard warning
The operation indicator light flashes when
lights will flash twice.
the buttons are pressed.
(With the advanced keyless function)
Lock button
A beep sound will be heard twice.
To lock the doors and the liftgate, press the
To unlock all doors and the liftgate, press
lock button and the hazard warning lights
the unlock button again within three
will flash once.
seconds and two more beep sounds will be
(With the advanced keyless function)
heard.
A beep sound will be heard once.
To confirm that all doors and the liftgate
have been locked, press the lock button
again within 5 seconds. If they are closed
NOTE
and locked, the horn will sound.
The system can be set to unlock all
doors by performing a single operation.
Refer to the Settings section in the
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
NOTE
Use the following procedure to change
The doors and the liftgate can be locked
the setting.
by pressing the lock button while any
1. Switch the ignition off and close all
other door or the liftgate is open. The
of the doors and the liftgate.
hazard warning lights will not flash.
2. Open the driver's door.
When the lock button is pressed while
3. Within 30 seconds of opening the
any door is open and then the door is
driver's door, press and hold the
closed, all the doors and the liftgate are
UNLOCK button on the key for 5
locked.
seconds or longer (the sound of the
Confirm that all doors and the liftgate
doors locking/unlocking can be
are locked visually or audibly by use of
heard).
the double click.
Make sure all doors and the liftgate are
locked after pressing the button.
3-6
Before Driving
Keys
After this, the system switches the
Power liftgate button*
setting each time the UNLOCK
To open/close the liftgate, press the power
button is pressed (the sound of the
liftgate button for one second or longer
doors locking/unlocking can be
with the liftgate in the fully closed/open
heard).
position.
4. The setting change is completed by
The hazard warning lights flash twice and
doing any one of the following:
the liftgate opens/closes after the beep
Switching the ignition to ACC or
sounds.
ON.
Closing the driver's door.
Opening the liftgate.
Not operating the key for ten
seconds.
Pressing any button except the
UNLOCK button on the key.
Panic button
Pressing a request switch.
If you witness from a distance someone
(Auto re-lock function)
attempting to break into or damage your
After unlocking with the key, all doors
vehicle, press and hold the panic button to
and the liftgate will automatically lock if
activate the vehicle's alarm. Call
any of the following operations are not
emergency services if necessary.
performed within about 60 seconds. If
your vehicle has a theft-deterrent
system, the hazard warning lights will
flash for confirmation.
The time required for the doors to lock
automatically can be changed.
Refer to the Settings section in the
NOTE
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
The panic button will work whether any
door or the liftgate is open or closed.
A door or the liftgate is opened.
The ignition is switched to any
(Turning on the alarm)
position other than off.
Pressing the panic button for 1 second or
(With theft-deterrent system)
longer will trigger the alarm for about 2
When the doors are unlocked by
minutes and 30 seconds, and the following
pressing the unlock button on the key
will occur:
while the theft-deterrent system is turned
off, the hazard warning lights will flash
The horn sounds intermittently.
twice to indicate that the system is
The hazard warning lights flash.
turned off.
(Turning off the alarm)
The alarm stops by pressing any button on
the key.
*Some models.
3-7
Before Driving
Keys
Power saving function
3. Press the lock button continuously for
1.5 seconds or longer while the
By turning on the transmitter power saving
operation indicator light turns on (for 5
function, the advanced keyless entry*1 and
seconds).
push button start system functions turn off
*1
With the advanced keyless function
and the battery power consumption of the
transmitter is restricted.
Operational Range
The remote control function is operational
The system operates only when the driver
by operating the transmitter switch even
is in the vehicle or within operational
while the power saving function is turned
range while the key is being carried.
on. However, the operation indicator light
of the transmitter does not turn on/flash.
Starting the Engine
Turning on the power saving function
NOTE
After you have turned on the power saving
Starting the engine may be possible even
function according to the following
if the key is outside of the vehicle and
procedure, the hazard warning lights and
extremely close to a door and window,
sound operate*1 one time.
however, always start the engine from
1. Press the lock button on the transmitter
the driver's seat.
4 times within 3 seconds to turn on the
If the vehicle is started and the key is not
operation indicator light.
in the vehicle, the vehicle will not restart
2. Press the lock button continuously for
after it is shut off and the ignition is
1.5 seconds or longer while the
switched to off.
operation indicator light turns on (for 5
The luggage compartment is out of the
seconds).
assured operational range, however, if
3. Press any of the buttons on the
the key (transmitter) is operable the
transmitter to make sure that the
engine will start.
operation indicator light does not turn
With the advanced keyless function
on/flash.
Turning off the power saving function
Interior antenna
After you have turned off the power
saving function according to the following
procedure, the hazard warning lights and
sound operate*1 one time.
1. Press any of the buttons on the
transmitter to make sure that the
operation indicator light does not turn
on/flash.
Operational range
2. Press the lock button on the transmitter
4 times within 3 seconds to turn on the
operation indicator light.
3-8
Before Driving
Keys
Without the advanced keyless function
Interior antenna
Operational range
NOTE
The engine may not start if the key is
placed in the following areas:
Around the dashboard
In the storage compartments such as the
glove compartment or the center console
Key Suspend Function
If a key is left in the vehicle, the functions
of the key left in the vehicle are
temporarily suspended to prevent theft of
the vehicle.
To restore the functions, press the unlock
button on the functions-suspended key in
the vehicle.
3-9
Before Driving
Advanced Keyless Entry System
NOTE
Advanced Keyless Entry
The advanced keyless entry system
System*
functions can be deactivated to prevent
any possible adverse effect on a user
wearing a pacemaker or other medical
WARNING
device. If the system is deactivated, you
will be unable to start the engine by
Radio waves from the key may affect
carrying the key. Consult an Authorized
medical devices such as pacemakers:
Mazda Dealer for details. If the advanced
Before using the key near people who use
keyless entry system has been deactivated,
medical devices, ask the medical device
you can start the engine by following the
manufacturer or your physician if radio
procedure indicated when the key battery
waves from the key will affect the device.
goes dead.
Refer to Engine Start Function When Key
The advanced keyless function allows you
Battery is Dead on page 4-8.
to lock/unlock the door and the liftgate, or
open the liftgate while carrying the key.
System malfunctions or warnings are
indicated by the following warning beeps.
Request switch Inoperable Warning
Beep
Refer to Request Switch Inoperable
Warning Beep (With the advanced
keyless function) on page 7-47.
Key Left-in-luggage Compartment
Warning Beep
Refer to Key Left-in-luggage
Compartment Warning Beep (With the
advanced keyless function) on page
7-47.
Key Left-in-vehicle Warning Beep
Refer to Key Left-in-vehicle Warning
Beep (With the advanced keyless
function) on page 7-47.
3-10
*Some models.
Before Driving
Advanced Keyless Entry System
NOTE
Operational Range
The system may not operate if you are
The system operates only when the driver
too close to the windows or door
is in the vehicle or within operational
handles, or liftgate.
range while the key is being carried.
If the key is left in the following areas
NOTE
and you leave the vehicle, the doors may
When the battery power is low, or in
be locked depending on the radio wave
places where there are high-intensity radio
conditions even if the key is left in the
waves or noise, the operational range may
vehicle.
become narrower or the system may not
Around the dashboard
operate. For determining battery
In the storage compartments such as
replacement, Refer to Keyless Entry
the glove compartment or the center
System on page 3-4.
console
Next to a communication device such
Locking, Unlocking the Doors and
the Liftgate
as a mobile phone
Lock
Opening the Liftgate
80cm (31in)
Exterior antenna
Exterior antenna
80cm (31in)
80cm (31in)
Operational range
Operational range
Unlock
80cm (31in)
Exterior antenna
80cm (31in)
Operational range
3-11
Before Driving
Doors and Locks
Doors and the liftgate not securely closed
Door Locks
are dangerous, if the vehicle is driven with
a door and the liftgate not securely closed,
WARNING
the door and the liftgate could open
unexpectedly resulting in an accident.
Always take all children and pets with you
Always confirm the safety around the
or leave a responsible person with them:
vehicle before opening a door and the
Leaving a child or a pet unattended in a
liftgate:
parked vehicle is dangerous. In hot
Suddenly opening a door and the liftgate is
weather, temperatures inside a vehicle can
dangerous. A passing vehicle or a
become high enough to cause brain
pedestrian could be hit and cause an
damage or even death.
accident.
Do not leave the key in your vehicle with
children and keep them in a place where
CAUTION
your children will not find or play with
them:
¾ Always confirm the conditions around
Leaving children in a vehicle with the key is
the vehicle before opening/closing the
dangerous. This could result in someone
doors and the liftgate and use caution
being badly injured or even killed.
during strong winds or when parked on
an incline. Not being aware of the
Keep all doors locked when driving:
conditions around the vehicle is
Unlocked doors in a moving vehicle are
dangerous because fingers could get
dangerous. Passengers can fall out if a
caught in the door and the liftgate or a
door is accidentally opened and can more
passing pedestrian could be hit, resulting
easily be thrown out in an accident.
in an unexpected accident or injury.
Always close all the windows and
NOTE
moonroof, lock the doors and the liftgate
Always stop the engine and lock the
and take the key with you when leaving
doors. In addition, to prevent theft of
your vehicle unattended:
valuables, do not leave them inside the
Leaving your vehicle unlocked is dangerous
cabin.
as children could lock themselves in a hot
If the key is left in the following areas
vehicle, which could result in death. Also, a
and you leave the vehicle, the doors may
vehicle left unlocked becomes an easy
be locked depending on the radio wave
target for thieves and intruders.
conditions even if the key is left in the
vehicle.
After closing the doors and the liftgate,
always verify that they are securely closed:
Around the dashboard
3-12
Before Driving
Doors and Locks
In the storage compartments such as
This system automatically unlocks the
the glove compartment or the center
doors and the liftgate in the event the
console
vehicle is involved in an accident to
Next to a communication device such
allow passengers to get out of the
as a mobile phone
vehicle immediately and prevent being
When the ignition is switched to ACC or
trapped inside. While the ignition is
ON, the vehicle lock-out prevention
switched ON and in the event the vehicle
feature prevents you from locking
receives an impact strong enough to
yourself out of the vehicle.
inflate the air bags, all the doors and the
All doors and the liftgate will
liftgate are automatically unlocked after
automatically unlock if they are locked
about 6 seconds have elapsed from the
using the power door locks with any
time of the accident.
door or the liftgate open.
The doors and the liftgate may not
The vehicle lock-out prevention feature
unlock depending on how an impact is
does not operate while the ignition is
applied, the force of the impact, and
switched off.
other conditions of the accident.
When all doors and the liftgate are
If door-related systems or the battery is
locked using the power door lock with
malfunctioning, the doors and the
any door or the liftgate open, the closed
liftgate will not unlock.
doors and the liftgate are locked. After
Locking, Unlocking with Auxiliary
that, when all doors and the liftgate are
Key
closed, all doors and the liftgate are
locked. However, if the key is inside the
Turn the auxiliary key toward the front to
vehicle, all doors and the liftgate are
lock, toward the back to unlock.
automatically unlocked.
To lock
(With the advanced keyless function)
The beep sound is heard for about 10
All doors lock automatically when the
seconds to notify the driver that the key
driver's door is locked using the auxiliary
has been left in the vehicle.
key.
(Without the advanced keyless
To unlock
function)
The horn sound is heard twice to notify
The driver’s door unlocks when the
the driver that the key has been left in
auxiliary key is turned briefly to the
the vehicle.
unlock position and then immediately
returned to the center position.
(Door unlock (control) system with
All doors unlock when the driver's door is
collision detection)
unlocked and the auxiliary key is held in
3-13
Before Driving
Doors and Locks
the unlock position for one second or
Liftgate (Lock only)
longer.
Request switch
Lock
Unlock
Locking, Unlocking with Request
Switch (With the advanced keyless
To lock
function)
To lock the doors and the liftgate, press the
All doors and the liftgate can be locked/
request switch and the hazard warning
unlocked by pressing the request switch on
lights will flash once.
the front doors while the key is being
A beep sound will be heard once.
carried.
To unlock
The request switch on the liftgate can only
Driver's door request switch
be used to lock all doors and the liftgate.
To unlock the driver's door, press the
Front doors
request switch. A beep sound will be heard
twice and the hazard warning lights will
flash twice.
To unlock all doors and the liftgate, press
the request switch again within three
seconds and two more beep sounds will be
Request switch
heard.
Front passenger door request switch
To unlock all doors and the liftgate, press
the request switch. A beep sound will be
heard twice and the hazard warning lights
will flash twice.
NOTE
The system can be set to unlock all
doors by performing a single operation.
Refer to the Settings section in the
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
3-14
Before Driving
Doors and Locks
Use the following procedure to change
A beep sound is heard for confirmation
the setting.
when the doors and the liftgate are
1.
Switch the ignition off and close all
locked/unlocked using the request
of the doors and the liftgate.
switch. If you prefer, the beep sound can
2.
Open the driver's door.
be turned off.
3.
Within 30 seconds of opening the
The volume of the beep sound can also
driver's door, press and hold the
be changed.
UNLOCK button on the key for 5
Refer to the Settings section in the
seconds or longer (the sound of the
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
doors locking/unlocking can be
Use the following procedure to change
heard).
the setting.
After this, the system switches the
1.
Switch the ignition off and close all
setting of pressing the driver's
of the doors and the liftgate.
request switch once or twice to
2.
Open the driver's door.
unlock all doors and the liftgate
3.
Within 30 seconds of opening the
each time the UNLOCK button is
driver's door, press and hold the
pressed (the sound of the doors
LOCK button on the key for 5
locking/unlocking can be heard).
seconds or longer (All of the doors
4.
The setting change is completed by
and the liftgate are locked and
doing any one of the following:
unlocked when the LOCK button on
the key is pressed and held for 5
Switching the ignition to ACC or
seconds.).
ON.
The beep sound activates at the
Closing the driver's door.
currently set volume. The setting
Opening the liftgate.
changes each time the LOCK button
Not operating the key for ten
on the key is pressed and the beep
seconds.
sound activates at the set volume. (If
Pressing any button except the
the beep sound has been set to not
UNLOCK button on the key.
activate, it will not activate.)
Pressing a request switch.
4.
The setting change is completed by
Confirm that all doors and the liftgate
doing any one of the following:
are securely locked.
For the liftgate, move it without pressing
Switching the ignition to ACC or
the electric liftgate opener to verify that
ON.
the liftgate has not been left ajar.
Closing the driver's door.
All doors and the liftgate cannot be
Opening the liftgate.
locked when any door or the liftgate is
Not operating the key for ten
open.
seconds.
It may require a few seconds for the
Pressing any button except the
doors to unlock after the request switch
LOCK button on the key.
is pressed.
Pressing a request switch.
(With theft-deterrent system)
3-15
Before Driving
Doors and Locks
The hazard warning lights flash when
The time required for the doors to lock
the theft-deterrent system is armed or
automatically can be changed.
turned off.
Refer to the Settings section in the
Refer to Theft-Deterrent System on page
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
3-45.
Opening a door or the liftgate.
The setting can be changed so that the
Switching the ignition to any position
doors and the liftgate are locked
other than off.
automatically without pressing the
request switch.
Locking, Unlocking with
Refer to the Settings section in the
Transmitter
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
All doors and the liftgate can be locked/
(Walk-away auto lock function)
unlocked by operating the keyless entry
A beep sound is heard when all doors
system transmitter, refer to Keyless Entry
and the liftgate are closed while the
System (page 3-4).
advanced key is being carried. All doors
and the liftgate are locked automatically
Locking, Unlocking with Door-Lock
after about three seconds when the
Switch
advanced key is out of the operational
All doors and the liftgate lock
range. Also, the hazard warning lights
automatically when the lock side is
flash once. (Even if the driver is in the
pressed. They unlock when the unlock
operational range, all doors and the
side is pressed.
liftgate are locked automatically after
Driver's door
about 30 seconds.) If you are out of the
operational range before the doors and
the liftgate are completely closed or
another key is left in the vehicle, the
walk-away auto lock function will not
work. Always make sure that all doors
and the liftgate are closed and locked
Lock
before leaving the vehicle. The
walk-away auto lock function does not
close the power windows.
Unlock
(Auto re-lock function)
After unlocking with the request switch,
all doors and the liftgate will
automatically lock if any of the
following operations are not performed
within about 60 seconds. If your vehicle
has a theft-deterrent system, the hazard
warning lights will flash for
confirmation.
3-16
Before Driving
Doors and Locks
Front passenger's door
Refer to the Settings section in the Mazda
Connect Owner's Manual.
Locking, Unlocking with Door-Lock
Knob
Operation from inside
Lock
To lock any door from the inside, press the
door-lock knob.
To unlock, pull it outward.
This does not operate the other door locks.
Unlock
Unlocked: Red indicator
To lock all the doors and the liftgate from
an open front door, press the lock side of
Lock
the door lock switch and then close the
door.
NOTE
When locking the doors this way, be
Unlock
careful not to leave the key inside the
vehicle.
Operation from outside
Auto Lock/Unlock Function
To lock any door using its door-lock knob
from the outside, press the door-lock knob
WARNING
to the lock position and close the door
(holding the door handle in the open
Do not pull the inner handle on a front
position is not required).
door:
This does not operate the other door locks.
Pulling the inner handle on a front door
while the vehicle is moving is dangerous.
Door-lock knob
Passengers can fall out of the vehicle if the
door opens accidentally, which could result
in death or serious injury.
When the vehicle speed exceeds 20
km/h (12 mph), all the doors and liftgate
lock automatically.
When the ignition is switched off, all the
doors and liftgate unlock automatically.
The auto lock/unlock function settings can
be changed.
3-17
Before Driving
Doors and Locks
NOTE
Liftgate
When locking the door this way:
Be careful not to leave the key inside the
WARNING
vehicle.
The doors cannot be locked using the
Never allow a person to ride in the luggage
driver's door lock knob if any door is
compartment:
open when the ignition is switched to
Allowing a person to ride in the luggage
ACC or ON.
compartment is dangerous. The person in
Rear Door Child Safety Locks
the luggage compartment could be
seriously injured or killed during sudden
These locks are intended to help prevent
braking or a collision.
children from accidentally opening the
rear doors. Use them on both rear doors
Do not drive with the liftgate open:
whenever a child rides in the rear seat of
Exhaust gas in the cabin of a vehicle is
the vehicle.
dangerous. An open liftgate in a moving
vehicle will cause exhaust gas to be drawn
If you slide the child safety lock to the
into the cabin. This gas contains CO
lock position before closing that door, the
(carbon monoxide), which is colorless,
door cannot be opened from the inside.
odorless, and highly poisonous, and it can
The door can only be opened by pulling
cause loss of consciousness and death.
the outside handle.
Moreover, an open liftgate could cause
occupants to fall out in an accident.
Do not stack or leave loaded luggage
Unlock
unsecured in the luggage compartment:
Otherwise, the luggage may move or
collapse, resulting in injury or an accident.
Lock
In addition, do not load luggage higher
than the seatbacks. It may affect the side or
rear field of view.
CAUTION
¾ Before opening the liftgate, remove any
snow and ice accumulation on it.
Otherwise, the liftgate could close under
the weight of the snow and ice resulting
in injury.
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Before Driving
Doors and Locks
¾ Be careful when opening/closing the
and raise the liftgate when the latch
liftgate during strong winds. If a strong
releases.
gust blows against the liftgate, it could
For the power liftgate operation, refer to
close suddenly resulting in injury.
Power Liftgate on page 3-20.
¾ Fully open the liftgate and make sure
that it stays open. If the liftgate is only
opened partially, it could slam shut by
vibration or wind gusts resulting in
injury.
Electric liftgate
¾ When loading or unloading luggage in
opener
the luggage compartment, turn off the
engine. Otherwise, you could get burned
by the heat of the exhaust gas.
¾ Be careful not to apply excessive force to
the damper stay on the liftgate such as
by putting your hand on the stay.
NOTE
Otherwise, the damper stay may bend
(With the advanced keyless function)
and affect the liftgate operation.
A locked liftgate can also be opened
while the key is being carried.
When opening the liftgate with the doors
and the liftgate locked, it may require a
Damper stay
few seconds for the liftgate latch to
release after the electric liftgate opener
is pressed.
The liftgate can be closed when the
doors are locked with the key left in the
vehicle. However, to prevent locking the
key in the vehicle, the liftgate can be
¾ Do not modify or replace the liftgate
opened by pressing the electric liftgate
damper stay. Consult an Authorized
opener. If the liftgate cannot be opened
Mazda Dealer if a liftgate damper stay is
despite doing this procedure, first push
deformed or damaged for reasons such
the liftgate completely closed, then press
as a collision or if there is some other
the electric liftgate opener to fully open
problem.
the liftgate.
When the liftgate latch is released by
Opening and Closing the Liftgate
pressing the electric liftgate opener, the
Opening the liftgate with Electric
liftgate raises slightly. If the liftgate is
liftgate opener
not operated for a certain period of
Unlock the doors and liftgate, then press
time, the liftgate cannot be raised.
the electric liftgate opener on the liftgate
To open
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Before Driving
Doors and Locks
Press the electric liftgate opener again.
Power Liftgate*
To close
The power liftgate opens/closes
To close the liftgate from its slightly
electrically by operating the switches in
raised position, open it first by pressing
the vehicle or the buttons on the keyless
the electric liftgate opener, then close it
entry system transmitter.
after waiting at least 1 second.
If the liftgate is not fully closed, the
WARNING
driver is notified by a warning indicated
in the instrument cluster.
Be sure to watch the power liftgate as it
If the vehicle battery is dead or there is
opens or closes, and make sure that it
a malfunction in the electrical system
closes completely:
and the liftgate cannot be unlocked, the
Opening or closing the power liftgate while
liftgate can be opened by performing the
not watching it move is dangerous.
emergency procedure.
Because of unseen obstacles and the
Refer to When Liftgate Cannot be
jam-safe feature, a liftgate may not close
Opened on page 7-50.
completely and, if left unnoticed, could
result in serious injury or death if an
Closing the liftgate
occupant were to fall out of the vehicle.
Lower the liftgate slowly using the liftgate
Always be sure that the area around the
handle, then push the liftgate closed using
liftgate is clear before activating it.
both hands.
Do not slam it. Pull up on the liftgate to
Always confirm the safety of the area
make sure it is secure.
around the power liftgate before operating
For the power liftgate operation, refer to
it electrically.
Power Liftgate on page 3-20.
Not checking the area around the liftgate
for people before operating it using the
power liftgate switch or the button on the
keyless entry system is dangerous. A person
could become caught between the liftgate
and an obstruction while it is opening
Liftgate handle
electrically or between the liftgate and
vehicle while it is closing electrically,
resulting in an accident and serious injury.
NOTE
Confirm that the liftgate is securely closed.
The liftgate, move it without pressing the
electric liftgate opener to verify that the
liftgate has not been left ajar.
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*Some models.
Before Driving
Doors and Locks
Never allow children to operate the power
NOTE
liftgate system:
Do not apply unnecessary force to the
Allowing children to operate the power
power liftgate when it is opening/closing
liftgate switch and the keyless entry system
electrically. Unnecessary force on the
is dangerous. Children are not aware of the
liftgate may cause it to reverse direction
dangers of people getting fingers and
of movement automatically. Also, it
hands caught in a moving liftgate. If
could result in a malfunction.
someone's neck, head or hands get caught
The power liftgate may not open/close
in a closing door, it could result in death or
electrically if the vehicle is parked on an
serious injury.
incline, or there is strong wind, or the
liftgate is laden with snow.
CAUTION
If a power liftgate system fuse has
blown, the liftgate cannot be opened
¾ When closing the power liftgate, make
using the power liftgate switch or the
sure there are no foreign objects around
electric liftgate opener. Use the
the striker. If foreign objects are
emergency lever to open the liftgate.
obstructing the striker, the liftgate may
Fully close the power liftgate before
not close properly.
disconnecting the vehicle battery. If the
battery is disconnected with the liftgate
open, it cannot be opened or closed
automatically after the battery is
Striker
reconnected. If this happens, fully close
the liftgate manually to restore the auto
full open/close function.
If the liftgate is snow-laden, remove the
snow before operating the power
liftgate. Operating the power liftgate
with excessive force applied to the
liftgate may damage the liftgate.
¾ Do not install accessories to the power
Operation using the transmitter
liftgate other than specified accessories.
Otherwise, it cannot be opened/closed
Press the power liftgate button for one
automatically and could result in a
second or longer. The hazard warning
malfunction.
lights flash twice and the liftgate opens/
¾ Be careful when switching the power
closes after the beep sounds.
liftgate from electrical to manual
Refer to Transmitter on page 3-5.
operation. The power liftgate may open/
NOTE
close unexpectedly depending on its
position which could result in injury.
When the ignition is switched ON, the
transmitter does not operate.
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Before Driving
Doors and Locks
When opening the liftgate by pressing
The buzzer is activated, and the liftgate
the power liftgate button on the
moves in the reverse direction
transmitter, the liftgate can be opened
automatically and closes. When the
even when it is locked.
selector lever is shifted to P, you can
If the power liftgate button on the
resume the power liftgate operation
transmitter is pressed while the liftgate
using the switches.
is opening/closing electrically, the beep
While closing electrically
is activated and the liftgate stops. When
The buzzer is activated, but the liftgate
pressing the power liftgate button again,
continues closing.
the liftgate moves in the reverse
Operation from the driver's seat (To
direction.
open/close)
Operation using each switch
Press the power liftgate switch for about
Operation conditions
one second or longer while the liftgate is
in the fully closed/open position. The
Opening the liftgate
hazard warning lights flash twice and the
If the vehicle has satisfied all the
liftgate opens/closes fully after the beep
following operation conditions, the power
sound is heard.
liftgate can be opened using the power
function.
All doors and the liftgate are unlocked.
The ignition is switched OFF, or the
selector lever is in P with the ignition
switched ON.
Closing the liftgate
The ignition is switched OFF, or the
Power liftgate
selector lever is in P with the ignition
switch
switched ON.
Operation from outside (To open)
NOTE
Press the electric liftgate opener on the
If the vehicle moves with the selector
liftgate and raise the liftgate. The hazard
lever shifted to a position other than P
warning lights flash twice and the liftgate
while the liftgate is opening/closing
opens automatically after the beep sound
electrically, the liftgate moves as
is heard.
follows:
(With the advanced keyless function)
While opening electrically
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Before Driving
Doors and Locks
A locked liftgate can also be opened while
Hands-free liftgate*
the key is being carried.
When the hands-free liftgate sensor on the
center bottom of the rear bumper detects
foot movement (kick-activated liftgate),
the liftgate opens/closes automatically.
The liftgate can be opened/closed even
Electric liftgate
with both hands full, such as when
opener
carrying baggage.
Operation conditions
Do the kicking motion with your foot
when all of the following conditions are
met while the vehicle is stopped.
Operation from outside (To close)
(When ignition is switched OFF)
Press the power liftgate close switch while
You are carrying the transmitter.
the liftgate is fully opened. The hazard
The hands-free liftgate is on.
warning lights flash twice and the liftgate
(When ignition is switched ON)
closes automatically after the beep sound
is heard.
You are carrying the transmitter.
The hands-free liftgate is on.
The selector lever is in the P position.
How to do the kicking motion
A: About 30 cm (12 in)
B: About 10 cm (3.9 in)
Power liftgate
close switch
NOTE
If the power liftgate switch/power liftgate
close switch is pressed or the electric
A
liftgate opener is operated while the
liftgate is opening/closing electrically, the
beep sound is heard and the liftgate stops.
Then, it reverses when any of the switches
B
are pressed again.
*Some models.
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Before Driving
Doors and Locks
1. Stand at the position about 30 cm (12
¾ If you are carrying the transmitter
in) behind the center of the rear
around the liftgate or there is another
bumper.
person around the liftgate who is
2. Move your foot to the position about
carrying a transmitter, do not allow the
10 cm (3.9 in) from the center bottom
following to occur. Otherwise, the
of the rear bumper.
hands-free liftgate sensor will operate
3. Move your foot away from under the
and the liftgate may open/close
bumper within about 1 second after
unexpectedly resulting in an accident.
moving it under the bumper.
¾ A person not carrying a transmitter
When the kicking motion is done
does the kicking motion.
correctly, the hazard warning lights flash 2
¾ While the liftgate is open, a person
times, a beep sound is activated, and the
sitting on the edge of the luggage
liftgate opens/closes automatically. Be
compartment swings his or her legs.
careful not to contact the liftgate.
¾ Installing/removing the body cover or
removing snow around the rear
If the kicking motion is done while the
bumper.
liftgate is opening/closing automatically,
¾ Picking up something which was
the liftgate will stop. If the kicking motion
dropped under the rear bumper.
is done again, the liftgate moves in the
¾ Spraying water on the rear bumper
direction opposite to the direction it was
using a high water pressure car
moving before it stopped.
washer.
¾ Pushing a shopping cart close to the
CAUTION
rear bumper.
¾ A moving object such as an animal or
¾ Do not do the kicking motion while
a ball approaches the rear bumper.
wearing footwear such as sandals, or
with your bare foot. If your foot contacts
To prevent an unintended operation,
the hot exhaust pipe, it could cause
place the transmitter outside of its
serious burns.
operation range or turn off the
¾ Do not do the kicking motion while the
hands-free liftgate using the Mazda
area where you are standing is unstable
Connect.
such as a slope or icy road. Otherwise,
you could fall down, resulting in injury.
NOTE
¾ Do not paint the rear bumper or install
The hands-free liftgate sensor detects in
any add-on equipment to it. Otherwise,
a range of about 30 cm (12 in) on both
the hands-free liftgate sensor may not
the left and right sides from the center of
operate normally.
the rear bumper.
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Before Driving
Doors and Locks
The hands-free liftgate sensor may not
Changing the power liftgate fully open
operate normally under the following
position
conditions.
The power liftgate fully-open position can
Your foot remains placed within the
be changed according to the height of a
detection area.
garage.
You move your foot left and right
When changing the position
within the detection area.
The kicking motion is too fast or too
1. Stop the liftgate at the desired position.
slow.
2. Press the power liftgate close switch
Your foot contacts the rear bumper
for about three seconds.
when doing the kicking motion.
A beep sound is activated two times to
You are wearing shoes such as rubber
indicate that the position change has
boots which do not conduct electricity
been completed.
well.
NOTE
There is equipment emitting strong
Set the desired fully-open position of the
radio waves near the vehicle.
liftgate at the position where it is open
The detection area of the hands-free
more than halfway. The position where it
liftgate sensor is dirty.
is less than halfway open cannot be set.
When the detection area of the
hands-free liftgate sensor is dirty, wipe
To reset
it off with a clean cloth. Place the
1. Open the liftgate.
transmitter outside of its operation
2. Press the power liftgate close switch
range or wipe off the area around the
for about seven seconds.
sensor with a clean cloth after turning
A beep sound is activated three times
off the hands-free liftgate using the
to indicated that the reset has been
Mazda Connect.
completed.
If the operation using the hands-free
liftgate sensor is not possible even
NOTE
though the operation conditions are met,
After about 3 seconds have elapsed since
consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer.
the switch was pressed, a beep sound is
activated 2 times to indicate that the
Hands-free liftgate ON/OFF switching
liftgate fully-open position has changed.
The hands-free liftgate can be switched
Continuously press the switch for about 7
on/off.
seconds to complete the reset.
To prevent an unintended operation, turn
Jam-safe equipment
off the function.
Refer to the Settings section in the Mazda
While the power liftgate is opening/
Connect Owner's Manual.
closing electrically and the system detects
a person or an object in the liftgate's path,
the liftgate will move in the reverse
direction automatically and stops.
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Before Driving
Doors and Locks
NOTE
WARNING
The jam-safe equipment does not activate
during easy closure operation when the
Always check the area around the power
power liftgate is between the near-shut
liftgate before opening/closing it:
position and fully closed position.
Not checking for occupants and objects
When the power liftgate is moving in the
around the power liftgate before opening/
open/close direction and an obstruction is
closing it is dangerous. The jam-safe
detected, the beep sound will be heard and
equipment is designed to prevent jamming
the liftgate moves in the reverse direction
in the event an obstruction is in the
and stops.
liftgate's path. The system may not detect
certain objects obstructing the liftgate
Liftgate easy closure
depending on the way they are positioned
The Easy Closure system automatically
and their shape. However, if the jam-safe
closes the liftgate completely from the
function detects an obstruction and moves
near-shut position.
the liftgate in the reverse direction, an
This system also operates when the liftgate
occupant in the liftgate's path could be
is closed manually.
seriously injured.
WARNING
CAUTION
When closing a liftgate, always keep hands
Sensors are installed on both ends of the
and fingers away from the liftgate:
power liftgate. Be careful not to allow the
Placing hands or fingers around a liftgate is
sensors to be scratched or damaged by
dangerous because the liftgate closes
sharp objects, otherwise the liftgate may
automatically from the near-shut position,
no longer open/close automatically. In
which could cause hands and fingers to be
addition, if the sensor is damaged while the
pinched and injured.
liftgate is closing automatically, the system
will stop.
NOTE
Sensor
If the electric liftgate opener is pressed
while the easy closure function is
operating, the liftgate can be opened.
If the liftgate is opened/closed
repeatedly in a short period of time, the
easy closure function may not operate.
Wait for about 2 seconds and then try
again.
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Before Driving
Fuel and Emission
Fuel and Engine Exhaust Precautions
Fuel Requirements
Vehicles with catalytic converters or oxygen sensors must use ONLY UNLEADED FUEL,
which will reduce exhaust emissions and keep spark plug fouling to a minimum.
To achieve maximum engine performance, use the specified fuel.
Fuel
Octane Rating*1 (Anti-knock index)
Regular unleaded fuel
87 [(R+M)/2 method] or above (91 RON or above)
*1
U.S. federal law requires that octane ratings be posted on gas station pumps.
Fuel with a rating lower than 87 octane (91 RON) will negatively affect the emission control
system performance and could also cause engine knocking and serious engine damage.
CAUTION
¾ USE ONLY UNLEADED FUEL.
Leaded fuel is harmful to the catalytic converter and oxygen sensors and will lead to
deterioration of the emission control system and or failures.
¾ This vehicle can only use oxygenated fuels containing no more than 10 % ethanol by
volume. Damage to the vehicle may occur when ethanol exceeds this recommendation, or
if the gasoline contains any methanol. Stop using gasohol of any kind if your vehicle engine
is performing poorly.
¾ Never add fuel system additives other than a Mazda genuine product, otherwise the
emission control system could be damaged. Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer for
details.
Gasoline blended with oxygenates such as alcohol or ether compounds are generally
referred to as oxygenated fuels. The common gasoline blend that can be used with your
vehicle is ethanol blended at no more than 10 %. Gasoline containing alcohol, such as
ethanol or methanol, may be marketed under the name "Gasohol".
Vehicle damage and drivability problems resulting from the use of the following may not be
covered by the warranty.
Gasohol containing more than 10 % ethanol.
Gasoline or gasohol containing methanol.
Leaded fuel or leaded gasohol.
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Before Driving
Fuel and Emission
Emission Control System
This vehicle is equipped with an emission control system (the catalytic converter is part of
this system) that enables the vehicle to comply with existing exhaust emissions
requirements.
WARNING
Never park over or near anything flammable:
Parking over or near anything flammable, such as dry grass, is dangerous. Even with the
engine turned off, the exhaust system remains very hot after normal use and could ignite
anything flammable. A resulting fire could cause serious injury or death.
CAUTION
Ignoring the following precautions could cause lead to accumulate on the catalyst inside the
converter or cause the converter to get very hot. Either condition will damage the converter
and cause poor performance.
¾ USE ONLY UNLEADED FUEL.
¾ Do not drive your Mazda with any sign of engine malfunction.
¾ Do not coast with the ignition switched off.
¾ Do not descend steep grades in gear with the ignition switched off.
¾ Do not operate the engine at high idle for more than 2 minutes.
¾ Do not tamper with the emission control system. All inspections and adjustments must be
made by a qualified technician.
¾ Do not push-start or tow-start this vehicle.
NOTE
Under U.S. federal law, any modification to the original-equipment emission control
system before the first sale and registration of a vehicle is subject to penalties. In some
states, such modification made on a used vehicle is also subject to penalties.
While the engine is off, the sound of a valve opening and closing can be heard at the rear
of the vehicle, however this does not indicate an abnormality. The vehicle has a
self-checking device and it operates while the engine is off.
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Before Driving
Fuel and Emission
Engine Exhaust (Carbon monoxide)
WARNING
Do not drive your vehicle if you smell exhaust gas inside the vehicle:
Engine exhaust gas is dangerous. This gas contains carbon monoxide (CO), which is colorless,
odorless, and poisonous. When inhaled, it can cause loss of consciousness and death. If you
smell exhaust gas inside the vehicle, keep all windows fully open and contact an Authorized
Mazda Dealer immediately.
Do not run the engine when inside an enclosed area:
Running the engine inside an enclosed area, such as a garage, is dangerous. Exhaust gas,
which contains poisonous carbon monoxide, could easily enter the cabin. Loss of
consciousness or even death could occur.
Open the windows or adjust the heating or cooling system to draw fresh air when idling the
engine:
Exhaust gas is dangerous. When the vehicle is stopped with the windows closed and the
engine running for a long time even in an open area, exhaust gas, which contains poisonous
carbon monoxide, could enter the cabin. Loss of consciousness or even death could occur.
Clear snow from underneath and around your vehicle, particularly the tail pipe, before
starting the engine:
Running the engine when a vehicle is stopped in deep snow is dangerous. The exhaust pipe
could be blocked by the snow, allowing exhaust gas to enter the cabin. Because exhaust gas
contains poisonous carbon monoxide, it could cause loss of consciousness or even death to
occupants in the cabin.
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Before Driving
Fuel and Emission
Fuel-Filler Lid and Cap
CAUTION
Always use only a genuine Mazda fuel-filler
WARNING
cap or an approved equivalent, available
at an Authorized Mazda Dealer. The wrong
When removing the fuel-filler cap, loosen
cap can result in a serious malfunction of
the cap slightly and wait for any hissing to
the fuel and emission control systems.
stop, then remove it:
(U.S.A. and Canada)
Fuel spray is dangerous. Fuel can burn skin
It may also cause the check engine light in
and eyes and cause illness if ingested. Fuel
the instrument cluster to illuminate.
spray is released when there is pressure in
Refueling
the fuel tank and the fuel-filler cap is
removed too quickly.
Before refueling, close all the doors,
windows, and the liftgate, and switch the
Before refueling, stop the engine, and
ignition OFF.
always keep sparks and flames away from
1. To open the fuel-filler lid, pull the
the filler neck:
remote fuel-filler lid release.
Fuel vapor is dangerous. It could be ignited
by sparks or flames causing serious burns
and injuries.
Additionally, use of the incorrect fuel-filler
cap or not using a fuel-filler cap may result
in a fuel leak, which could result in serious
burns or death in an accident.
Do not continue refueling after the fuel
pump nozzle shuts off automatically:
Continuing to add fuel after the fuel pump
nozzle has shut off automatically is
Remote fuel-filler lid release
dangerous because overfilling the fuel tank
2. To remove the fuel-filler cap, turn it
may cause fuel overflow or leakage. Fuel
counterclockwise.
overflow and leakage could damage the
vehicle and if the fuel ignites it could cause
a fire and explosion resulting in serious
injury or death.
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Before Driving
Fuel and Emission
3.
Attach the removed cap to the inner
If the check fuel cap warning light
side of the fuel-filler lid.
illuminates, the fuel-filler cap may not be
properly installed. If the warning light
Fuel-filler lid
illuminates, park your vehicle safely off the
right-of-way, remove the fuel-filler cap and
reinstall it correctly. After the cap has been
correctly installed, the fuel cap warning
light may continue to illuminate until a
number of driving cycles have been
completed. A drive cycle consists of starting
Fuel-filler cap
the engine (after four or more hours with
the engine off) and driving the vehicle on
city and highway roads.
Continuing to drive with the check fuel cap
4.
Insert the refueling nozzle all the way
warning light illuminated could cause the
and begin refueling. Pull out the
check engine light to illuminate as well.
refueling nozzle after the refueling
stops automatically.
5.
To close the fuel-filler cap, turn it
clockwise until a click is heard.
6.
To close, press the fuel-filler lid until it
locks securely.
CAUTION
(U.S.A. and Canada)
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Before Driving
Mirrors
2. Press the mirror switch in the
Mirrors
appropriate direction.
Before driving, adjust the inside and
Mirror switch
Center position
outside mirrors.
Outside Mirrors
WARNING
Be sure to look over your shoulder before
changing lanes:
Changing lanes without taking into
account the actual distance of the vehicle
After adjusting the mirror, lock the control
in the convex mirror is dangerous. You
could have a serious accident. What you
by rotating the switch in the center
see in the convex mirror is closer than it
position.
appears.
Folding outside mirror
Mirror type
WARNING
Flat type (driver's side)
Flat surface mirror.
Convex type (front passenger side)
Always return the outside mirrors to the
The mirror has single curvature on its
driving position before you start driving:
surface.
Driving with the outside mirrors folded in is
dangerous. Your rear view will be
Power mirror adjustment
restricted, and you could have an accident.
The ignition must be switched to ACC or
Manual folding outside mirror
ON position.
Fold the outside mirror rearward until it is
To adjust:
flush with the vehicle.
1. Rotate the mirror switch to the left or
right to choose the left or right side
mirror.
Power folding outside mirror
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Before Driving
Mirrors
To return the mirror to the driving
WARNING
position, rotate the switch to the center
position.
Do not touch a power folding outside
Center position
mirror while it is moving:
Touching the power folding outside mirror
when it is moving is dangerous. Your hand
could be pinched and injured or the mirror
could be damaged.
Use the outside mirror switch to set the
Fold-in position
mirror to the on-road position:
Setting the power folding outside mirror to
the on-road position by hand is dangerous.
The mirror will not lock in position and will
Automatic folding function
prevent effective rearview visibility.
The automatic folding function operates
Only operate the power folding outside
when the ignition is switched to OFF.
mirror with the vehicle safely parked:
When the outside mirror switch is in a
Operating the power folding outside mirror
position other than the fold-in position, the
while the vehicle is moving is dangerous.
outside mirrors automatically fold in and
Wind blast on the mirror will cause them to
out when the doors are locked and
collapse and you will be unable to return it
unlocked.
to the on-road position, preventing
Also, when the ignition is switched ON or
rearview visibility.
the engine is started, the outside mirrors
fold out automatically.
The ignition must be switched to ACC or
ON position.
NOTE
To fold, rotate the outside mirror switch.
The outside mirrors may not fold in and
out automatically under cold weather
conditions.
If the outside mirrors do not fold in and
out automatically, remove any ice or snow,
and then operate the outside mirror switch
to fold the outside mirrors in or out.
Canceling the automatic folding
function
To cancel the automatic folding function,
carry out the following procedure using
the master control switches.
1. Switch the ignition ON.
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