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When Driving
Parking Sensor System (Mazda Connect (Type A))
Parking Sensor System (Mazda Connect (Type A))*
The parking sensors use ultrasonic sensors which detect obstructions around the vehicle
when the vehicle is driven at low speeds, such as during garage or parallel parking, and a
buzzer sound and detection indicator notify the driver of the approximate distance from the
vehicle to the surrounding obstruction.
Front corner ultrasonic sensor
Rear ultrasonic
sensor
Rear corner ultrasonic sensor
Front ultrasonic sensor
Some models.
WARNING
Do not rely completely on the parking sensor system and be sure to confirm the safety around
your vehicle visually when driving:
This system can assist the driver in operating the vehicle in the forward and backward
directions while parking. The detection ranges of the sensors are limited, therefore, driving the
vehicle while relying only on the system may cause an accident. Always confirm the safety
around your vehicle visually when driving.
NOTE
Do not install any accessories within the detection ranges of the sensors. It may affect the
system operation.
Depending on the type of obstruction and the surrounding conditions, the detection range
of a sensor may narrow, or the sensors may not be able to detect obstructions.
The system may not operate normally under the following conditions:
Mud, ice, or snow is adhering to the sensor area (Returns to normal operation when
removed).
The sensor area is frozen (Returns to normal operation when the ice is thawed).
The sensor is covered by a hand.
The sensor is excessively shocked.
The vehicle is excessively tilted.
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*Some models.
When Driving
Parking Sensor System (Mazda Connect (Type A))
Under extremely hot or cold weather conditions.
The vehicle is driven on bumps, inclines, gravel, or grass covered roads.
Anything which generates ultrasound is near the vehicle, such as another vehicle's
horn, the engine sound of a motorcycle, the air brake sound of a large-sized vehicle, or
another vehicle's sensors.
The vehicle is driven in heavy rain or in road conditions causing water-splash.
A commercially-available fender pole or an antenna for a radio transmitter is installed
to the vehicle.
The vehicle is moving towards a tall or square curbstone.
An obstruction is too close to the sensor.
Obstructions under the bumper may not be detected. Obstructions that are lower than the
bumper or thin which may have been initially detected may no longer be detected as the
vehicle approaches more closely to the obstruction.
The following types of obstructions may not be detected:
Thin objects such as wire or rope
Things which absorb sonic waves easily such as cotton or snow
Angular shaped objects
Very tall objects, and those which are wide at the top
Small, short objects
Always have the system inspected at an Authorized Mazda Dealer if any shock is applied
to the bumpers, even in a minor accident. If the sensors are deviated, they cannot detect
obstructions.
(With front ultrasonic sensor and front ultrasonic corner sensor)
The system may have a malfunction if the beep does not operate or the indicator light
does not illuminate when the parking sensor switch is turned on. Consult an Authorized
Mazda Dealer.
(Without front ultrasonic sensor and front ultrasonic corner sensor)
The system may have a malfunction if the beep does not operate. Consult an Authorized
Mazda Dealer.
(With front ultrasonic sensor and front ultrasonic corner sensor)
The system may have a malfunction if the beep sound which indicates a system
malfunction is heard and the indicator light flashes. Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer.
The beeper which indicates a system malfunction may not be heard if the ambient
temperature is extremely cold, or mud, ice, or snow adheres to the sensor area. Remove
any foreign material from the sensor area.
When installing a trailer hitch, consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer.
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When Driving
Parking Sensor System (Mazda Connect (Type A))
Sensor Detection Range
The sensors detect obstructions within the following range.
A: About 55 cm (About 21.6 in)
Rear corner ultrasonic sensor detection range
B: About 55 cm (About 21.6 in)
C: About 100 cm (About 39.3 in)
Front ultrasonic sensor detection range
D: About 150 cm (About 59.0 in)
B
A
C
D
Rear ultrasonic sensor detection range
Front corner ultrasonic sensor detection range
Viewing distance display
Display
Distance between vehicle and obstruction
Without 360° view monitor
Without front ul-
With front ultra-
Front ultrasonic sen-
Rear ultrasonic sen-
With 360° view
trasonic sensor and
sonic sensor and
sor*/Front corner
sor/Rear Corner ul-
monitor
front corner ultra-
front corner ultra-
ultrasonic sensor*
trasonic sensor
sonic sensor
sonic sensor
Green
Front ultrasonic sen-
Rear ultrasonic sen-
sor:
sor:
Approx. 100―60 cm
Approx. 150―60 cm
(39.4―23.6 in)
(59.1―23.6 in)
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*Some models.
When Driving
Parking Sensor System (Mazda Connect (Type A))
Display
Distance between vehicle and obstruction
Without 360° view monitor
Without front ul-
With front ultra-
Front ultrasonic sen-
Rear ultrasonic sen-
With 360° view
trasonic sensor and
sonic sensor and
sor*/Front corner
sor/Rear Corner ul-
monitor
front corner ultra-
front corner ultra-
ultrasonic sensor*
trasonic sensor
sonic sensor
sonic sensor
Yellow
Front ultrasonic sen-
Rear ultrasonic sen-
sor:
sor:
Approx. 60―45 cm
Approx. 60―45 cm
(23.6―17.7 in)
(23.6―17.7 in)
Front corner ultrason-
Rear corner ultrasonic
ic sensor:
sensor:
Approx. 55―38 cm
Approx. 55―38 cm
(21.7―14.9 in)
(21.7―14.9 in)
Amber
Front ultrasonic sen-
Rear ultrasonic sen-
sor:
sor:
Approx. 45―35 cm
Approx. 45―35 cm
(17.7―13.8 in)
(17.7―13.8 in)
Front corner ultrason-
Rear corner ultrasonic
ic sensor:
sensor:
Approx. 38―25 cm
Approx. 38―25 cm
(15―9.8 in)
(15―9.8 in)
Red
Front ultrasonic sen-
Rear ultrasonic sen-
sor:
sor:
Within approx. 35 cm
Within approx. 35 cm
(13.8 in)
(13.8 in)
Front corner ultrason-
Rear corner ultrasonic
ic sensor:
sensor:
Within approx. 25 cm
Within approx. 25 cm
(9.8 in)
(9.8 in)
*Some models.
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When Driving
Parking Sensor System (Mazda Connect (Type A))
Parking Sensor System Operation
With front ultrasonic sensor and front corner ultrasonic sensor
The switch can be activated when the ignition is switched ON, the selector lever is in any
position except reverse (R), and the vehicle speed is about 10 km/h (6 mph) or less.
When the parking sensor switch is pressed, a beep sound is heard, the obstruction detection
indication is displayed in the audio screen, and the indicator light in the switch illuminates.
Indicator light
NOTE
If the system is cancelled, it will not restore automatically even when the vehicle speed is
decreased to 10 km/h (6 mph) or less.
When the ignition is switched OFF, the system status before it was turned off is
maintained. For example, if the ignition is switched OFF while the parking sensor is
activated, the system will be activated when the ignition is switched ON the next time.
Sensor detection condition
The system can be used when the ignition is switched ON and the parking sensor switch has
been turned on.
The sensors detect obstructions under the following conditions:
Sensor
Condition
The selector lever is in any position except reverse (R), and the vehicle speed is
Front Ultrasonic Sensor
about 10 km/h (6 mph) or less.
Front Corner Ultrasonic
The vehicle speed is about 10 km/h (6 mph) or less.
Sensor
Rear Ultrasonic Sensor
The selector lever is in reverse (R).
Rear Corner Ultrasonic
The selector lever is in reverse (R), and the vehicle speed is about 10 km/h (6 mph)
Sensor
or less.
The system is cancelled under the following conditions:
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When Driving
Parking Sensor System (Mazda Connect (Type A))
The parking sensor switch is pressed while the parking sensor is in operation.
The vehicle speed is 10 km/h (6 mph) or more. (Except rear sensor)
Without front ultrasonic sensor and front corner ultrasonic sensor
When the ignition is switched ON and the selector lever is shifted to the reverse (R), the
beep sound activates and the system is enabled for use.
The sensors detect obstructions under the following conditions:
Sensor
Condition
Rear Ultrasonic Sensor
The selector lever is in reverse (R).
Rear Corner Ultrasonic
The selector lever is in reverse (R), and the vehicle speed is about 10 km/h (6 mph)
Sensor
or less.
Obstruction Detection Indication
The position of a sensor which has detected an obstruction is indicated. The gauge
illuminates in different areas depending on the distance to an obstruction detected by the
sensor.
As the vehicle approaches closer to an obstruction, the zone in the gauge closer to the
vehicle illuminates.
Without 360° view monitor
With 360° view monitor
Front ultrasonic
Front ultrasonic
sensor
sensor
Left front corner
Right front
Left front corner
Right front
ultrasonic
corner ultrasonic
ultrasonic
corner ultrasonic
sensor
sensor
sensor
sensor
Left rear corner
Right rear
Left rear corner
Right rear
ultrasonic
corner ultrasonic
ultrasonic
corner ultrasonic
sensor
sensor
sensor
sensor
Rear ultrasonic
Rear ultrasonic
sensor
sensor
Some models
NOTE
The detection indicator can switch between display and non-display.
Refer to the Settings section in the Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
(Vehicles with 360° View Monitor)
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When Driving
Parking Sensor System (Mazda Connect (Type A))
When the detection indicator is set to “Display”, even with the 360° view monitor not
displayed, if a front ultrasonic sensor or a front corner ultrasonic sensor detects an
obstruction, the 360° view monitor switches automatically to display. When an obstruction
is no longer detected, the display switches to the display before the obstruction was
detected. However, while the 360° view monitor is displayed, it continues to display no
matter if an obstruction is detected or not.
System problem notification
If a problem occurs, the driver is notified of the problem by the following indications.
Detection Indicator
Without 360° view monitor
Without front ultra-
With 360° view moni-
Solution
With front ultrasonic
sonic sensor and front
sensor and front cor-
tor
corner ultrasonic sen-
ner ultrasonic sensor
sor
The system may have a
malfunction. Have the ve-
Discon-
hicle inspected at an Au-
nection
thorized Mazda Dealer as
soon as possible.
The system may have a
System
malfunction. Have the ve-
mal-
hicle inspected at an Au-
function
thorized Mazda Dealer as
soon as possible.
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When Driving
Parking Sensor System (Mazda Connect (Type A))
Detection Indicator
Without 360° view monitor
Without front ultra-
Solution
With front ultrasonic
With 360° view moni-
sonic sensor and front
sensor and front cor-
tor
corner ultrasonic sen-
ner ultrasonic sensor
sor
Foreign matter may be on
the sensor area corre-
sponding to the obstruc-
Frost/
tion detection indication
soiling
shown. If the system does
not recover, have the vehi-
cle inspected at an Author-
ized Mazda Dealer.
Parking Sensor Warning Beep
The beeper sounds as follows while the system is operating.
Front Ultrasonic Sensor*, Rear Ultrasonic Sensor
Distance detec-
Distance between vehicle and obstruction
Beeper sound*1
tion area
Front ultrasonic sensor*
Rear ultrasonic sensor
Approx. 100―60 cm (39.3―23.6
Approx. 150―60 cm (59.0―23.6
in)
in)
Slow intermittent
Farthest distance
sound
Approx. 60―45 cm (23.6―17.7
Approx. 60―45 cm (23.6―17.7
in)
in)
Medium intermit-
Far distance
tent sound
*Some models.
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When Driving
Parking Sensor System (Mazda Connect (Type A))
Distance detec-
Distance between vehicle and obstruction
Beeper sound
*1
tion area
Front ultrasonic sensor*
Rear ultrasonic sensor
Approx. 45―35 cm (17.7―13.7
Approx. 45―35 cm (17.7―13.7
in)
in)
Fast intermittent
Middle distance
sound
Within approx. 35 cm (13.7 in)
Within approx. 35 cm (13.7 in)
Close distance
Continuous sound
*1
The rate at which the intermittent sound beeps increases as the vehicle approaches the obstruction.
Front Corner Ultrasonic Sensor*, Rear Corner Ultrasonic Sensor
Distance between vehicle and obstruction
Distance detection area
Front corner ultrasonic*/Rear corner ultrasonic
Beeper sound*1
sensor
Approx. 55―38 cm (21.6―14.9 in)
Far distance
Medium intermittent sound
Approx. 38―25 cm (14.9―9.8 in)
Middle distance
Fast intermittent sound
Within approx. 25 cm (9.8 in)
Close distance
Continuous sound
*1
The rate at which the intermittent sound beeps increases as the vehicle approaches the obstruction.
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*Some models.
When Driving
Parking Sensor System (Mazda Connect (Type A))
NOTE
If an obstruction is detected in a zone for 6 seconds or more, the beep sound is stopped
(except for the close-distance zone). If the same obstruction is detected in another zone, the
corresponding beep sound is heard.
When Warning Indicator/Beep is Activated
The system notifies the driver of an abnormality by activating the beep sound and the
indicator light.
Indicator/Beep
How to check
The indicator light flashes when
the parking sensor switch is
The system may have a malfunction. Have the vehicle inspected at an Author-
pressed at a vehicle speed of 10
ized Mazda Dealer as soon as possible.
km/h (6 mph) or less.
The system may have a malfunction. Have the vehicle inspected at an Author-
The beep sound is not heard.
ized Mazda Dealer as soon as possible.
The intermittent sound of the
Remove any foreign material from the sensor area. If the system does not re-
buzzer is heard 5 times.
cover, have the vehicle inspected at an Authorized Mazda Dealer.
A certain obstruction detection
indicator is continuously dis-
Refer to Obstruction Detection Indication on page 4-265.
played.
4-269
When Driving
Parking Sensor System (Mazda Connect (Type B))
Parking Sensor System (Mazda Connect (Type B))*
The parking sensors use ultrasonic sensors which detect obstructions around the vehicle
when the vehicle is driven at low speeds, such as during garage or parallel parking, and a
buzzer sound and detection indicator notify the driver of the approximate distance from the
vehicle to the surrounding obstruction.
Front corner ultrasonic sensor
Rear ultrasonic
sensor
Rear corner ultrasonic sensor
Front ultrasonic sensor
Some models.
WARNING
Do not rely completely on the parking sensor system and be sure to confirm the safety around
your vehicle visually when driving:
This system can assist the driver in operating the vehicle in the forward and backward
directions while parking. The detection ranges of the sensors are limited, therefore, driving the
vehicle while relying only on the system may cause an accident. Always confirm the safety
around your vehicle visually when driving.
NOTE
Do not install any accessories within the detection ranges of the sensors. It may affect the
system operation.
Depending on the type of obstruction and the surrounding conditions, the detection range
of a sensor may narrow, or the sensors may not be able to detect obstructions.
The system may not operate normally under the following conditions:
Mud, ice, or snow is adhering to the sensor area (Returns to normal operation when
removed).
The sensor area is frozen (Returns to normal operation when the ice is thawed).
The sensor is covered by a hand.
The sensor is excessively shocked.
The vehicle is excessively tilted.
4-270
*Some models.
When Driving
Parking Sensor System (Mazda Connect (Type B))
Under extremely hot or cold weather conditions.
The vehicle is driven on bumps, inclines, gravel, or grass covered roads.
Anything which generates ultrasound is near the vehicle, such as another vehicle's
horn, the engine sound of a motorcycle, the air brake sound of a large-sized vehicle, or
another vehicle's sensors.
The vehicle is driven in heavy rain or in road conditions causing water-splash.
A commercially-available fender pole or an antenna for a radio transmitter is installed
to the vehicle.
The vehicle is moving towards a tall or square curbstone.
An obstruction is too close to the sensor.
Obstructions under the bumper may not be detected. Obstructions that are lower than the
bumper or thin which may have been initially detected may no longer be detected as the
vehicle approaches more closely to the obstruction.
The following types of obstructions may not be detected:
Thin objects such as wire or rope
Things which absorb sonic waves easily such as cotton or snow
Angular shaped objects
Very tall objects, and those which are wide at the top
Small, short objects
Always have the system inspected at an Authorized Mazda Dealer if any shock is applied
to the bumpers, even in a minor accident. If the sensors are deviated, they cannot detect
obstructions.
The system may have a malfunction if the beep does not operate or the indicator light
does not illuminate when the parking sensor switch is turned on. Consult an Authorized
Mazda Dealer.
The system may have a malfunction if the beep sound which indicates a system
malfunction is heard and the indicator light flashes. Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer.
The beeper which indicates a system malfunction may not be heard if the ambient
temperature is extremely cold, or mud, ice, or snow adheres to the sensor area. Remove
any foreign material from the sensor area.
When installing a trailer hitch, consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer.
4-271
When Driving
Parking Sensor System (Mazda Connect (Type B))
Sensor Detection Range
The sensors detect obstructions within the following range.
A: About 55 cm (About 21.6 in)
Rear corner ultrasonic sensor detection range
B: About 55 cm (About 21.6 in)
C: About 100 cm (About 39.3 in)
Front ultrasonic sensor detection range
D: About 150 cm (About 59.0 in)
B
A
C
D
Rear ultrasonic sensor detection range
Front corner ultrasonic sensor detection range
Viewing distance display
Display
Distance between vehicle and obstruction
Front ultrasonic sensor*/
Rear ultrasonic sensor/
Without 360° view moni-
With 360° view monitor
Front corner ultrasonic
Rear corner ultrasonic
tor
sensor*
sensor*
Green
Front ultrasonic sensor:
Rear ultrasonic sensor:
Approx. 100―60 cm
Approx. 150―60 cm
(39.3―23.6 in)
(59.0―23.6 in)
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*Some models.
When Driving
Parking Sensor System (Mazda Connect (Type B))
Display
Distance between vehicle and obstruction
Front ultrasonic sensor*/
Rear ultrasonic sensor/
Without 360° view moni-
With 360° view monitor
Front corner ultrasonic
Rear corner ultrasonic
tor
sensor*
sensor*
Yellow
Front ultrasonic sensor:
Rear ultrasonic sensor:
Approx. 60―45 cm
Approx. 60―45 cm
(23.6―17.7 in)
(23.6―17.7 in)
Front corner ultrasonic sen-
Rear corner ultrasonic sen-
sor:
sor:
Approx. 55―38 cm
Approx. 55―38 cm
(21.6―14.9 in)
(21.6―14.9 in)
Amber
Front ultrasonic sensor:
Rear ultrasonic sensor:
Approx. 45―35 cm
Approx. 45―35 cm
(17.7―13.7 in)
(17.7―13.7 in)
Front corner ultrasonic sen-
Rear corner ultrasonic sen-
sor:
sor:
Approx. 38―25 cm
Approx. 38―25 cm
(14.9―9.8 in)
(14.9―9.8 in)
Red
Front ultrasonic sensor:
Rear ultrasonic sensor:
Within approx. 35 cm (13.7
Within approx. 35 cm (13.7
in)
in)
Front corner ultrasonic sen-
Rear corner ultrasonic sen-
sor:
sor:
Within approx. 25 cm (9.8
Within approx. 25 cm (9.8
in)
in)
Parking Sensor System Operation
The switch can be activated when the ignition is switched ON, the selector lever is in any
position except reverse (R), and the vehicle speed is about 10 km/h (6 mph) or less.
*Some models.
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When Driving
Parking Sensor System (Mazda Connect (Type B))
When the parking sensor switch is pressed, a beep sound is heard, the obstruction detection
indication is displayed in the audio screen, and the indicator light in the switch illuminates.
Indicator light
NOTE
If the system is cancelled, it will not restore automatically even when the vehicle speed is
decreased to 10 km/h (6 mph) or less.
When the ignition is switched OFF, the system status before it was turned off is
maintained. For example, if the ignition is switched OFF while the parking sensor is
activated, the system will be activated when the ignition is switched ON the next time.
Sensor detection condition
The system can be used when the ignition is switched ON and the parking sensor switch has
been turned on.
The sensors detect obstructions under the following conditions:
Sensor
Condition
The selector lever is in any position except reverse (R), and the vehicle speed is
Front Ultrasonic Sensor
about 10 km/h (6 mph) or less.
Front Corner Ultrasonic
The vehicle speed is about 10 km/h (6 mph) or less.
Sensor
Rear Ultrasonic Sensor
The selector lever is in reverse (R).
Rear Corner Ultrasonic
The selector lever is in reverse (R), and the vehicle speed is about 10 km/h (6 mph)
Sensor
or less.
The system is cancelled under the following conditions:
The parking sensor switch is pressed while the parking sensor is in operation.
The vehicle speed is 10 km/h (6 mph) or more. (Except rear sensor)
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When Driving
Parking Sensor System (Mazda Connect (Type B))
Obstruction Detection Indication
The position of a sensor which has detected an obstruction is indicated. The gauge
illuminates in different areas depending on the distance to an obstruction detected by the
sensor.
As the vehicle approaches closer to an obstruction, the zone in the gauge closer to the
vehicle illuminates.
Without 360°view monitor
Front sensor ultrasonic gauge
Left front corner
Right front corner
ultrasonic sensor gauge
ultrasonic sensor gauge
Left rear corner
Right rear corner
ultrasonic sensor gauge
ultrasonic sensor gauge
Rear ultrasonic sensor gauge
With 360°view monitor
Front ultrasonic sensor gauge
Left front corner
Right front corner
ultrasonic sensor gauge
ultrasonic sensor gauge
Left rear corner
Right rear corner
ultrasonic sensor gauge
ultrasonic sensor gauge
Rear sensor ultrasonic gauge
NOTE
The detection indicator can be switched between display and non-display and the buzzer
volume can be changed.
Refer to the Settings section in the Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
(Vehicles with 360° View Monitor)
When the detection indicator is set to “Display”, even with the 360° view monitor not
displayed, if a front ultrasonic sensor or a front corner ultrasonic sensor detects an
obstruction, the 360° view monitor switches automatically to display. When an obstruction
is no longer detected, the display switches to the display before the obstruction was
detected. However, while the 360° view monitor is displayed, it continues to display no
matter if an obstruction is detected or not.
4-275
When Driving
Parking Sensor System (Mazda Connect (Type B))
System problem notification
The indication displays if the system has a malfunction.
Without 360°view monitor
With 360°view monitor
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 7-28.
Parking Sensor Warning Beep
The beeper sounds as follows while the system is operating.
4-276
When Driving
Parking Sensor System (Mazda Connect (Type B))
Front ultrasonic sensor, Rear ultrasonic sensor
Distance Detec-
Distance between vehicle and obstruction
Beeper sound*1
tion area
Front ultrasonic sensor
Rear ultrasonic sensor
Approx. 100―60 cm (39.3―23.6
Approx. 150―60 cm (59.0―23.6
in)
in)
Slow intermittent
Farthest distance
sound
Approx. 60―45 cm (23.6―17.7
Approx. 60―45 cm (23.6―17.7
in)
in)
Medium intermit-
Far distance
tent sound
Approx. 45―35 cm (17.7―13.7
Approx. 45―35 cm (17.7―13.7
in)
in)
Fast intermittent
Middle distance
sound
Within approx. 35 cm (13.7 in)
Within approx. 35 cm (13.7 in)
Close distance
Continuous sound
*1
The rate at which the intermittent sound beeps increases as the vehicle approaches the obstruction.
Front corner ultrasonic sensor, Rear corner ultrasonic sensor
Distance between vehicle and obstruction
Distance Detection area
Front corner ultrasonic sensor/Rear corner ultra-
Beeper sound*1
sonic sensor
Approx. 55―38 cm (21.6―14.9 in)
Far distance
Medium intermittent sound
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When Driving
Parking Sensor System (Mazda Connect (Type B))
Distance between vehicle and obstruction
Distance Detection area
Front corner ultrasonic sensor/Rear corner ultra-
Beeper sound*1
sonic sensor
Approx. 38―25 cm (14.9―9.8 in)
Middle distance
Fast intermittent sound
Within approx. 25 cm (9.8 in)
Close distance
Continuous sound
*1
The rate at which the intermittent sound beeps increases as the vehicle approaches the obstruction.
NOTE
If an obstruction is detected in a zone for 6 seconds or more, the beep sound is stopped
(except for the close-distance zone). If the same obstruction is detected in another zone,
the corresponding beep sound is heard.
When Warning Indicator/Beep is Activated
The system notifies the driver of an abnormality by activating the beep sound and the
indicator light.
Indicator/Beep
How to check
The indicator light flashes when
the parking sensor switch is
The system may have a malfunction. Have the vehicle inspected at an Author-
pressed at a vehicle speed of 10
ized Mazda Dealer as soon as possible.
km/h (6 mph) or less.
The system may have a malfunction. Have the vehicle inspected at an Author-
The beep sound is not heard.
ized Mazda Dealer as soon as possible.
The intermittent sound of the
Remove any foreign material from the sensor area. If the system does not re-
buzzer is heard 5 times.
cover, have the vehicle inspected at an Authorized Mazda Dealer.
A certain obstruction detection
indicator is continuously dis-
Refer to Obstruction Detection Indication on page 4-265.
played.
4-278
Interior Features
5
Use of various features for ride comfort, including air-conditioning
system and audio system.
Climate Control System
5-2
Mazda Connect Basic
Operating Tips
5-2
Operations
5-37
Vent Operation (Front)
5-3
Connected Service (If
Front Air Conditioner
5-5
applicable)
5-53
Vent Operation (Rear)
5-9
Rear Air Conditioner
5-11
Interior Equipment
5-55
Sunvisors
5-55
Mazda Connect [Mazda Connect
Interior Lights
5-56
(Type A)]
5-14
Accessory Sockets
5-60
What is Mazda Connect ?
5-14
USB Power Outlet*
5-61
Mazda Connect Basic
Wireless Charger (Qi)*
5-64
Operations
5-17
Cup Holder
5-67
Bottle Holder
5-69
Mazda Connect [Mazda Connect
Storage Compartments
5-69
(Type B)]
5-33
Sunshade (Rear Door Window)*
What is Mazda Connect ?
5-33
.................................................... 5-75
*Some models.
5-1
Interior Features
Climate Control System
because a special device is required for
Operating Tips
the air conditioner maintenance.
Operate the climate control system with
For details, consult an Authorized
the engine running.
Mazda Dealer.
To prevent the battery from being
discharged, do not leave the fan control
Label
switch on for a long period of time with
the ignition switched ON when the
engine is not running.
Clear all obstructions such as leaves,
snow and ice from the hood and the air
inlet in the cowl grille to improve the
system efficiency.
Use the climate control system to defog
the windows and dehumidify the air.
The recirculate mode should be used
when driving through tunnels or while
in a traffic jam, or when you would like
to shut off outside air for quick cooling
of the interior.
Use the outside air position for
ventilation or windshield defrosting.
If the vehicle has been parked in direct
sunlight during hot weather, open the
windows to let warm air escape, then
run the climate control system.
Run the air conditioner about 10
minutes at least once a month to keep
internal parts lubricated.
Have the air conditioner checked before
the weather gets hot. Lack of refrigerant
may make the air conditioner less
efficient.
The refrigerant specifications are
indicated on a label attached to the
inside of the engine compartment. If the
wrong type of refrigerant is used, it
could result in a serious malfunction of
the air conditioner. Consult a
professional, government certified
repairer for the inspection or repair
5-2
Interior Features
Climate Control System
Side Vents
Vent Operation (Front)
knob
knob
Adjusting the Vents
Directing airflow
To adjust the direction of airflow, move
the adjustment knob.
close open
close open
NOTE
Center Vents
When using the air conditioner under
humid ambient temperature conditions,
Knob
the system may blow fog from the vents.
This is not a sign of trouble but a result
of humid air being suddenly cooled.
The air vents can be fully opened and
closed by operating the dial. (Side vents
only)
5-3
Interior Features
Climate Control System
Selecting the Airflow Mode
Dashboard Vents
Defroster and Floor Vents
Dashboard and Floor Vents
Defroster Vents
Floor Vents
NOTE
The location airflow exits the air vents and the airflow amount may change depending on
the open or close status of the air vents.
5-4
Interior Features
Climate Control System
Front Air Conditioner
Climate control system information is displayed on the display.
Windshield defroster switch
SYNC (synchronized
Air intake selector
Rear window
AUTO switch
temperature) switch
defogger switch
Power switch
A/C switch
Driver temperature
Fan control
Mode selector
Passenger temperature
control dial
switch
switch
control dial
Control Switches
The functions for switches other than
those operated continue to operate in
AUTO switch
auto control.
By pressing the AUTO switch the
Power switch (Fan On/Off)
following functions will be automatically
controlled in accordance with the selected
The climate control system turns on or off
set temperature:
by pressing the power switch.
Airflow temperature
Temperature control dial
Amount of airflow
This dial controls temperature. Turn it
Selection of airflow mode
clockwise for hot and counterclockwise
Outside/Recirculated air selection
for cold.
Air conditioner operation
Turn the temperature control dial to adjust
the temperature between 15 °C (60 °F) and
NOTE
29 °C (84 °F).
AUTO switch indicator light
When the SYNC switch is on:
When on, it indicates auto operation,
Turn the driver temperature control dial
and the system will function
to control the temperature throughout
automatically.
the entire cabin.
If any of the following switches are
When the SYNC switch is off:
operated while in auto control, the
Turn the driver or front passenger
AUTO switch indicator turns off.
temperature control dial to
Mode selector switch
independently control the temperature
Fan control switch
on each side of the cabin.
Windshield defroster switch
5-5
Interior Features
Climate Control System
NOTE
To set the air vent to
, press the
windshield defroster switch.
The climate control system changes to
In the
or
position, the air
the individual operation mode (SYNC
conditioner is automatically turned on
switch indicator light turns off) by
and the outside air position is
turning the front passenger temperature
automatically selected to defrost the
control dial even when the SYNC switch
windshield. In the or
position, the
is on, which allows individual control of
outside air position cannot be changed
the set temperature for the driver and
to the recirculated air position.
front passenger.
When you set the temperature to the
A/C switch
lower or upper limit, “Lo” or “Hi” is
Pressing the A/C switch while the AUTO
displayed.
switch is turned on will turn off the air
The temperature units for the
conditioner (cooling/dehumidifying
temperature setting display can be
functions).
changed in conjunction with the
The on/off of the air conditioner switches
temperature units for the outside
each time the A/C switch is pressed.
temperature display.
(Instrument cluster Type A)
NOTE
Refer to Outside Temperature Display
The air conditioner operates when the
on page 4-18.
A/C switch is pressed while the air
(Instrument cluster Type B)
conditioner is turned off.
Refer to Outside Temperature Display
The air conditioner may not function
on page 4-35.
when the outside temperature
Fan control switch
approaches 0 °C (32 °F).
The fan has 7 speeds. The selected speed
Air intake selector
will be displayed.
Outside or recirculated air positions can be
Mode selector switch
selected. Press the switch to select outside/
recirculated air positions.
The desired airflow mode can be selected
(page 5-4).
Recirculated air position (indicator light
turns on)
NOTE
Outside air is shut off. Air within the
With the airflow mode set to the
vehicle is recirculated. Use this position
position and the temperature control
when going through tunnels, driving in
dial set at a medium temperature,
congested traffic (high engine exhaust
heated air is directed to the feet and air
areas), or when quick cooling is desired.
at a comparably lower temperature will
flow through the central, left and right
vents.
5-6
Interior Features
Climate Control System
Outside air position (indicator light
Interconnection mode (indicator light
turns off)
turns on)
Outside air is allowed to enter the cabin.
The set temperature for the driver and
Use this position for ventilation or
front passenger is controlled
windshield defrosting.
simultaneously.
Individual operation mode (indicator
WARNING
light turns off)
The set temperature can be controlled
Do not recirculate the air in the cabin
individually for the driver and front
during cold or rainy weather:
passenger.
Recirculating the air in the cabin during
cold and rainy weather is dangerous as it
Windshield defroster switch
will cause the windows to fog up. Your
Press the switch to defrost the windshield
vision will be hampered, which could lead
and front door windows.
to a serious accident.
Refer to Windshield Defrosting and
Defogging on page 5-8.
NOTE
Rear window defogger switch
The recirculated air position is the
default position whenever the ignition is
Press the rear window defogger switch to
switched ON, the climate control system
defrost the rear window.
is on, and the outside temperature
Refer to Rear Window Defogger on page
exceeds about 73°F (23౯).
4-70.
To exit the default recirculated air
Operation of Automatic Air
position, press the air intake selector
Conditioner
switch to select the outside air position.
When the air intake selector switch is set
1. Press the AUTO switch. Selection of
to the outside air position and the
the airflow mode, air intake selector
outside temperature exceeds about 73°F
and amount of airflow will be
(23౯), the climate control system may
automatically controlled.
automatically select the recirculated air
2. Use the temperature control dial to
position to improve the efficiency of the
select a desired temperature.
climate control system.
If you want to set the temperature on
the front passenger's side separately
SYNC (Synchronized Temperature)
from the driver's side, turn the front
switch
passenger temperature control dial to
Use the SYNC switch to change the mode
switch the mode automatically to the
between the individual operation (driver
individual operation mode and set the
and passenger) and interconnection
temperature for the front passenger's
(simultaneous) modes.
side.
5-7
Interior Features
Climate Control System
To turn off the system, press the power
NOTE
switch.
Use the temperature control dial to
increase the air flow temperature and
NOTE
defog the windshield more quickly.
Set the control dial to the recommended
Sunlight/Interior Temperature
temperature of 22 °C (72 °F), and then
Sensor
adjust it as desired.
Setting the temperature to maximum hot
Sunlight sensor
or cold will not provide the desired
Do not place objects on the sunlight
temperature at a faster rate.
sensor. Otherwise, the interior temperature
When selecting heat, the system will
may not adjust correctly.
restrict airflow until the engine has
warmed to prevent cold air from
Sunlight sensor
blowing out of the vents.
Windshield Defrosting and
Defogging
Press the windshield defroster switch.
In this position, the outside air position is
automatically selected, and the air
conditioner automatically turns on. The air
conditioner will directly dehumidify the
air to the front windshield and side
windows on page 5-4.
Interior temperature sensor
Airflow amount will be increased.
Do not cover the interior temperature
sensor. Otherwise, the interior temperature
WARNING
may not adjust correctly.
Set the temperature control to the hot or
warm position when defogging (
position):
Using the position with the temperature
control set to the cold position is
dangerous as it will cause the outside of the
windshield to fog up. Your vision will be
hampered, which could lead to a serious
accident.
Interior temperature sensor
5-8
Interior Features
Climate Control System
Vent Operation (Rear)
Adjusting the Vents
Directing airflow
You can direct air flow by moving the adjustment knob.
NOTE
When using the air conditioner, mist may come out from the vents. This is not a sign of
trouble but a result of humid air being suddenly cooled.
knob
5-9
Interior Features
Climate Control System
Selecting the Airflow Mode
Dashboard Vents
Floor Vents
Dashboard and Floor Vents
5-10
Interior Features
Climate Control System
Rear Air Conditioner
Climate control system information is displayed on the display.
REAR switch
AUTO
SYNC
Mode selector display
Airflow display
Temperature setting display
Power switch
AUTO switch
Fan control switch
Mode selector switch
Temperature control
switch
Control Switches
Power switch
Rear switch
The rear climate control system turns on
or off by pressing the power switch.
Press the rear switch to operate the rear air
conditioner.
Temperature control switch
The indicator illuminates to indicate that
This switch controls temperature. Press
the rear air conditioner is operating.
for hot and for cold.
AUTO switch
Operate the temperature control switch to
adjust the temperature between 15 °C
By pressing the AUTO switch the
(60 °F) and 29 °C (84 °F).
following functions will be automatically
controlled in accordance with the set
NOTE
temperature:
When the temperature control switch is set
to the maximum or minimum, “Hi” or
Airflow temperature
“Lo” is indicated on the display.
Amount of airflow
Selection of airflow mode
5-11
Interior Features
Climate Control System
Fan control switch
When the rear air conditioner is
controlled to the same temperature
The fan has five speeds. The selected
setting as the front air conditioner
speed will be displayed.
for the driver's side, “SYNC” is
Mode selector switch
displayed on the rear screen.
When operating the fan switch of the
The desired airflow mode can be selected.
front air conditioner while the rear
Refer to Selecting the Airflow Mode on
air conditioner is operating
page 5-10.
automatically, the airflow amount of
Operation of Automatic Air
the rear air conditioner may change.
Conditioner
Operation from rear seats
Operation from front seats
1.
Turn the front air conditioner on.
1.
Turn the front air conditioner on.
2.
Press the AUTO switch. The selection
2.
Press the rear switch. The rear air
of the airflow mode and airflow
conditioner operates.
amount will be automatically
3.
Selection of the airflow mode, airflow
controlled.
amount and temperature will be
3.
Use the temperature control switch to
automatically controlled to the same
set the desired temperature.
temperature setting as the front air
NOTE
conditioner for the driver's side.
Set the control switch to the
NOTE
recommended temperature of 22 °C
Set the control dial to the
(72 °F), and then adjust it as
recommended temperature of 22 °C
desired.
(72 °F), and then adjust it as
If the AUTO switch is pressed while
desired.
the front A/C switch is off, the rear
If the AUTO switch is pressed while
air conditioner operates only to
the front A/C switch is off, the rear
circulate air.
air conditioner operates only to
Setting the temperature to the
circulate air.
maximum high or low will not
Setting the temperature to the
provide the desired temperature at a
maximum high or low will not
faster rate.
provide the desired temperature at a
When selecting heat, the system will
faster rate.
restrict airflow until it has warmed
When selecting heat, the system will
to prevent cold air from blowing out
restrict airflow until it has warmed
of the vents.
to prevent cold air from blowing out
When the rear air conditioner is
of the vents.
operated automatically, “AUTO” is
displayed on the rear screen.
5-12
Interior Features
Climate Control System
When the rear air conditioner is
controlled to the same temperature
setting as the front air conditioner
for the driver's side, “SYNC” is
displayed on the rear screen.
To turn off the system, press the Power
switch.
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