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When Driving
Instrument Cluster and Display
Warning/Indicator Lights
Instrument Cluster varies depending on model and specifications.
Instrument Cluster
Center of Dashboard
Warning lights will appear in any of the highlighted areas
Warning Indication/Warning Lights
These lights turn on or flash to notify the user of the system operation status or a system
malfunction.
Signal
Warning
Page
Brake System Warning Light*1*2
7-22
Electronic Brake
Force Distribu-
tion System
ABS Warning Light*1
Warning
7-22
ABS warning
7-25
Charging System Warning Light*1
7-22
Engine Oil Warning Light*1
7-22
Power Steering Malfunction Indicator Light*1
7-22
Master Warning Light*1
7-25
Electric Parking Brake (EPB) Warning Light*1
7-25
4-54
When Driving
Instrument Cluster and Display
Signal
Warning
Page
Flashing
4-100
Brake Pedal Operation Demand Warning Light*1
Buzzer & Flash-
(Red)
ing
7-25
Check Engine Light*1
7-25
Automatic Transaxle Warning Light*1
7-25
Air Bag/Seat Belt Pretensioner System Warning Light*1
7-25
Flashing
7-25
Tire Pressure Monitoring System Warning Light*1
Turns on
7-31
Turns on
7-25
KEY Warning Light
*1
Flashing
(Red)
7-31
LED Headlight Warning Light*1
7-25
*Smart City Brake Support (SCBS) Warning Light*1
7-31
(Amber)
Low Fuel Warning Light
7-31
Check Fuel Cap Warning Light*1
7-31
Engine Oil Level Warning Light*1
7-31
Seat Belt Warning Light (Front seat)
7-31
Seat Belt Warning Light (Rear seat)
7-31
(Red)
*Low Washer Fluid Level Warning Light
7-31
Door-Ajar Warning Light
7-31
*1
The light turns on when the ignition is switched on for an operation check, and turns off a few seconds later or
when the engine is started. If the light does not turn on or remains turned on, have the vehicle inspected at an
Authorized Mazda Dealer.
*Some models.
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When Driving
Instrument Cluster and Display
2
The light turns on continuously when the parking brake is applied.
Indication/Indicator Lights
These lights turn on or flash to notify the user of the system operation status or a system
malfunction.
Signal
Indicator
Page
Seat Belt Indicator Light (Rear seat)
2-30
(Green)
*Front Passenger Air Bag Deactivation Indicator Light*1
2-72
KEY Indicator Light
4-5
(Green)
Security Indicator Light*1
3-43
Wrench Indication/Indicator Light*1
4-57
Shift Position Indication
4-63
Lights-On Indication/Indicator Light
4-72
Headlight
High-Low Beam
4-76
Headlight High-Beam Indicator Light
Flashing the
Headlights
4-76
Turn and
Lane-Change
Signals
Turn Signal/Hazard Warning Indicator Lights
4-79
Hazard Warning
Flasher
4-87
Brake Pedal Operation demand Indicator Light
4-97
(Green)
AUTOHOLD Active Indicator Light*1
4-102
4-56
*Some models.
When Driving
Instrument Cluster and Display
Signal
Indicator
Page
Traction Control
System (TCS)
4-107
Dynamic Stabil-
TCS/DSC Indicator Light*1
ity Control
(DSC)
4-109
Turns on
7-25
*TCS OFF Indicator Light *1
4-107
Select Mode Indication
4-112
Malfunction
7-25
*Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) OFF Indicator Light*1
Except malfunc-
tion
4-129
*Smart City Brake Support (SCBS) Indicator Light
4-196
(Red)
*Smart City Brake Support (SCBS) OFF Indicator Light
*1
4-196
Cruise Main Indication
4-272
(White)
Cruise Set Indication
4-272
(Green)
*1
The light turns on when the ignition is switched on for an operation check, and turns off
a few seconds later or when the engine is started. If the light does not turn on or remains
turned on, have the vehicle inspected at an Authorized Mazda Dealer.
Wrench Indicator Light
When the ignition is switched ON, the
wrench indicator light turns on and then
turns off after a few seconds.
The wrench indicator light turns on under
the following conditions:
When the preset maintenance period has
arrived.
*Some models.
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When Driving
Instrument Cluster and Display
When it’s time to replace the engine oil.
Refer to the Applications (Mazda Connect
(Type A))/Information (Mazda Connect
(Type B)) section in the Mazda Connect
Owner's Manual.
NOTE
The wrench indicator light turns on
earlier than the preset period depending
on vehicle usage conditions.
Whenever the engine oil is replaced, a
reset of the vehicle engine control unit is
necessary.
Refer to the Applications (Mazda
Connect (Type A))/Information (Mazda
Connect (Type B)) section in the Mazda
Connect Owner's Manual.
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When Driving
Instrument Cluster and Display
Active Driving Display*
Dust-proof sheet
Display
Optical
receiver
WARNING
Always adjust the display brightness and position with the vehicle stopped:
Adjusting the display brightness and position while driving the vehicle is dangerous as doing
so could distract your attention from the road ahead and lead to an accident.
CAUTION
¾ Do not place beverages near the active driving display. If water or other liquids are splashed
on the active driving display, it could cause damage.
¾ Do not place objects above the active driving display or apply stickers to the dust-proof
sheet/optical receiver as they will cause interference.
¾ A sensor is integrated to control the display's luminosity. If the optical receiver is covered,
the display's luminosity will lower making the display difficult to view.
¾ Do not allow intense light to hit the optical receiver. Otherwise, it could cause damage.
NOTE
Wearing polarized sunglasses will reduce the visibility of the active driving display due to
the characteristics of the display.
If the battery has been removed and re-installed or the battery voltage is low, the adjusted
position may deviate.
The display may be difficult to view or temporarily affected by weather conditions such as
rain, snow, light, and temperature.
If the audio system is removed, the active driving display cannot be operated.
The active driving display indicates the following information:
*Some models.
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When Driving
Instrument Cluster and Display
Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) Operation Conditions and Warnings
Refer to Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) on page 4-125.
Traffic Sign Recognition System (TSR) traffic signs and Warnings
Refer to Traffic Sign Recognition System (TSR) on page 4-130.
Mazda Radar Cruise Control with Stop & Go function (MRCC with Stop & Go function)
Operation Conditions and Warnings
Refer to Mazda Radar Cruise Control with Stop & Go function (MRCC with Stop & Go
function) on page 4-146.
Traffic Jam Assist (TJA) Operation Conditions and Warnings
Refer to Traffic Jam Assist (TJA) on page 4-161.
Lane-keep Assist System (LAS) & Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) Operation
Conditions and Warnings
Refer to Lane-keep Assist System (LAS) & Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) on
page 4-177.
Advanced Smart City Brake Support (Advanced SCBS) Warnings
Refer to Advanced Smart City Brake Support (Advanced SCBS) on page 4-191.
Smart City Brake Support [Forward] (SCBS F) Warnings
Refer to Smart City Brake Support [Forward] (SCBS F) on page 4-194.
Smart Brake Support (SBS) Operation Conditions and Warnings
Refer to Smart Brake Support (SBS) on page 4-202.
Cruise Control Operation Conditions
Refer to Cruise Control on page 4-271.
Navigation Guidance (vehicles with navigation system)
Speed limit indicator (vehicles with navigation system)
Vehicle Speed
The active driving display settings can be changed or adjusted.
Refer to the Settings section in the Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
NOTE
The desired driving position (display position, brightness level, display information) can
be called up after programming the position.
Refer to Driving Position Memory on page 2-11.
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When Driving
Automatic Transaxle
Automatic Transaxle Controls
Lock-release button
Various Lockouts:
Indicates that you must depress the brake pedal and hold in the lock-release
button to shift (The ignition must be switched ON).
Indicates the selector lever can be shifted freely into any position.
Indicates that you must hold in the lock-release button to shift.
NOTE
The Sport AT has an option that is not included in the traditional automatic transaxle that
gives the driver the option of selecting each gear instead of leaving it to the transaxle to
shift gears. Even if you intend to use the automatic transaxle functions as a traditional
automatic, you should also be aware that you can inadvertently shift into manual shift mode
and an inappropriate gear may be retained as the vehicle speed increases. If you notice the
engine speed going higher or hear the engine racing, confirm you have not accidentally
slipped into manual shift mode (page 4-64).
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When Driving
Automatic Transaxle
Shift-Lock System
Transaxle Ranges
The shift-lock system prevents shifting out
The shift position indication in the
of P unless the brake pedal is depressed.
instrument cluster illuminates.
Refer to Indication/Indicator Lights on
To shift from P:
page 4-26, 4-43, 4-56.
1. Depress and hold the brake pedal.
The selector lever must be in P or N
2. Start the engine.
position to operate the starter.
3. Press and hold the lock-release button.
P (Park)
4. Move the selector lever.
P locks the transaxle and prevents the
NOTE
front wheels from rotating.
When the ignition is switched to ACC or
the ignition is switched off, the selector
WARNING
lever cannot be shifted from P position.
The ignition cannot be switched to OFF
Always set the selector lever to P position
if the selector lever is not in P position.
and set the parking brake:
Only setting the selector lever to the P
Shift-Lock Override
position without using the parking brake to
If the selector lever will not move from P
hold the vehicle is dangerous. If P fails to
using the proper shift procedure, continue
hold, the vehicle could move and cause an
to hold down the brake pedal.
accident.
1. Remove the shift-lock override cover
using a cloth-wrapped flat head
screwdriver.
CAUTION
2. Insert a screwdriver and push it down.
¾ Shifting into P, N or R while the vehicle is
moving can damage your transaxle.
¾ Shifting into a driving gear or reverse
when the engine is running faster than
idle can damage the transaxle.
Cover
R (Reverse)
In position R, the vehicle moves only
backward. You must be at a complete stop
before shifting to or from R, except under
rare circumstances as explained in
3. Press and hold the lock-release button.
Rocking the Vehicle (page 3-48).
4. Move the selector lever.
Take the vehicle to an Authorized Mazda
Dealer to have the system checked.
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When Driving
Automatic Transaxle
NOTE
NOTE
(With parking sensor system)
Apply the parking brake or depress the
When the selector lever is shifted to the R
brake pedal before moving the selector
position with the ignition switched ON, the
lever from N position to prevent the
parking sensor system is activated and a
vehicle from moving unexpectedly.
beep sound is heard.
D (Drive)
Refer to Parking Sensor System on page
4-296.
D is the normal driving position. From a
stop, the transaxle will automatically shift
N (Neutral)
through a 6-gear sequence.
In N, the wheels and transaxle are not
M (Manual)
locked. The vehicle will roll freely even
on the slightest incline unless the parking
M is the manual shift mode position.
brake or brakes are on.
Gears can be shifted up or down by
operating the selector lever. Refer to
WARNING
Manual Shift Mode on page 4-64.
Shift Position Indication
If the engine is running faster than idle, do
Instrument Cluster (Type A)
not shift from N or P into a driving gear:
It's dangerous to shift from N or P into a
driving gear when the engine is running
faster than idle. If this is done, the vehicle
could move suddenly, causing an accident
or serious injury.
Instrument Cluster (Type B/C)
Do not shift into N when driving the
vehicle:
Shifting into N while driving is dangerous.
Engine braking cannot be applied when
decelerating which could lead to an
The selector position is indicated when the
accident or serious injury.
ignition is switched ON.
Gear position indication
CAUTION
In manual shift mode, the “M” of the shift
position indication illuminates and the
Do not shift into N when driving the
numeral for the selected gear is displayed.
vehicle. Doing so can cause transaxle
damage.
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When Driving
Automatic Transaxle
Active Adaptive Shift (AAS)
Manual Shift Mode
Active Adaptive Shift (AAS)
The manual shift mode gives you the feel
automatically controls the transaxle shift
of driving a manual transaxle vehicle by
points to best suit the road conditions and
allowing you to operate the selector lever
driver input. This improves driving feel.
manually. This allows you to control
The transaxle may switch to AAS mode
engine rpm and torque to the drive wheels
when driving up and down slopes,
much like a manual transaxle when more
cornering, driving at high elevations, or
control is desired.
depressing the accelerator pedal quickly
To change to manual shift mode, shift the
while the selector lever is in the D
lever from D to M.
position. Depending on the road and
driving conditions/vehicle operations, gear
shifting could be delayed or not occur,
however, this does not indicate a problem
because the AAS mode will maintain the
optimum gear position.
NOTE
Changing to manual shift mode while
driving will not damage the transaxle.
To return to automatic shift mode, shift the
lever from M to D.
NOTE
If you change to manual shift mode
when the vehicle is stopped, the gear
will shift to M1.
If you change to manual shift mode
without depressing the accelerator pedal
when driving in D range, 5th gear/6th
gear, the gear will shift to M4/M5.
Indications
Manual shift mode indication
In manual shift mode, the “M” of the shift
position indication in the instrument panel
illuminates.
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When Driving
Automatic Transaxle
Gear position indication
Manually Shifting Up
The numeral for the selected gear
You can shift gears up by operating the
illuminates.
selector lever or the steering shift
switches*.
Instrument Cluster (Type A)
M1 → M2 → M3 → M4 → M5 → M6
Using selector lever
Manual shift mode
To shift up to a higher gear, tap the
indication
Gear position
selector lever back once.
indication
Instrument Cluster (Type B/C)
Manual shift mode
indication
Gear position
indication
NOTE
Using steering shift switch*
If the gears cannot be shifted down
To shift up to a higher gear with the
when driving at higher speeds, the gear
steering shift switches, pull the UP switch
position indication will flash twice to
(
) toward you once with your
signal that the gears cannot be shifted
fingers.
down (to protect the transaxle).
UP switch (+/OFF)
If the automatic transaxle fluid (ATF)
temperature becomes too high, there is
the possibility that the transaxle will
switch to automatic shift mode,
canceling manual shift mode and
turning off the gear position indication
illumination. This is a normal function
to protect the AT. After the ATF
temperature has decreased, the gear
position indication illumination turns
back on and driving in manual shift
mode is restored.
*Some models.
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When Driving
Automatic Transaxle
Using selector lever
WARNING
To shift down to a lower gear, tap the
selector lever forward once.
Keep your hands on the steering wheel rim
when using fingers on the steering shift
switches:
Putting your hands inside the rim of the
steering wheel when using the steering
shift switches is dangerous. If the driver's
air bag were to deploy in a collision, your
hands could be impacted causing injury.
NOTE
Using steering shift switch*
When driving slowly, the gears may not
To shift down to a lower gear with the
shift up.
steering shift switches, pull the DOWN
Do not drive the vehicle with the
switch toward you once with your
tachometer needle in the RED ZONE
fingers.
while in manual shift mode. In addition,
manual shift mode switches to automatic
DOWN switch (-)
shift mode while the accelerator pedal is
completely depressed.
This function is canceled while the TCS
is turned off or the Off-Road Traction
Assist is turned on. However, if the
vehicle is continuously driven at a high
rpm, the gears may automatically shift
up to protect the engine.
The steering shift switch can be used
WARNING
temporarily even if the selector lever is
in the D position while driving. In
addition, it returns to automatic shift
Do not use engine braking on slippery road
mode when the UP switch (
) is
surfaces or at high speeds:
pulled rearward for a sufficient amount
Shifting down while driving on wet, snowy,
of time.
or frozen roads, or while driving at high
speeds causes sudden engine braking,
Manually Shifting Down
which is dangerous. The sudden change in
tire speed could cause the tires to skid. This
You can shift gears down by operating the
selector lever or the steering shift
could lead to loss of vehicle control and an
accident.
switches*.
M6 → M5 → M4 → M3 → M2→ M1
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*Some models.
When Driving
Automatic Transaxle
Keep your hands on the steering wheel rim
when using fingers on the steering shift
switches:
Putting your hands inside the rim of the
steering wheel when using the steering
shift switches is dangerous. If the driver's
air bag were to deploy in a collision, your
hands could be impacted causing injury.
NOTE
When driving at high speeds, the gear
may not shift down.
During deceleration, the gear may
automatically shift down depending on
vehicle speed.
When depressing the accelerator fully,
the transaxle will shift to a lower gear,
depending on vehicle speed. However,
the gears do not kickdown while the TCS
is turned off or the Off-Road Traction
Assist is operating.
Second Gear Fixed Mode
When the selector lever is moved back
while the vehicle speed is about 10 km/h
(6.2 mph) or less, the transaxle is set in the
second gear fixed mode. The gear is fixed
in second while in this mode for easier
acceleration from a stop and driving on
slippery roads such as snow-covered
roads.
If the selector lever is moved back or
forward while in the second gear fixed
mode, the mode will be canceled.
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When Driving
Automatic Transaxle
Shift Gear (Shifting) Speed Limit
For each gear position while in the manual mode, the speed limit is set as follows: When the
selector lever is operated within the range of the speed limit, the gear is shifted.
Shift up
The gear does not shift up while the vehicle speed is lower than the speed limit.
Shift down
The gear does not shift down while the vehicle speed exceeds the speed limit.
If the vehicle speed exceeds the speed limit and the gear does not shift down, the gear
position indication flashes 2 times to notify the driver that the gear cannot be shifted.
Kickdown
When the accelerator pedal is depressed fully while driving, the gear shifts down.
However, the gears do not kickdown while the TCS is turned off or the Off-Road Traction
Assist is operating.
NOTE
The gear also shifts down using kickdown while in the second gear fixed mode.
Auto-shift down
The gear shifts down automatically depending on the vehicle speed during deceleration.
NOTE
If the vehicle comes to a stop while in the second gear fixed mode, the gear remains in
second.
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When Driving
Automatic Transaxle
Recommendations for Shifting
Upshifting
For normal acceleration and cruising, Mazda recommends these shift points:
(U.S.A. and Canada)
Gear
Vehicle speed*1
M1 to M2
24 km/h (15 mph)
M2 to M3
40 km/h (25 mph)
M3 to M4
65 km/h (40 mph)
M4 to M5
73 km/h (45 mph)
M5 to M6
81 km/h (50 mph)
*1
Always observe local speed limit regulations.
Downshifting
When you must slow down in heavy traffic or on a steep upgrade, downshift before the
engine starts to overwork. This gives better acceleration when you need more speed.
On a steep downgrade, downshifting helps maintain safe speed and prolongs brake life.
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When Driving
Automatic Transaxle
NOTE
Direct Mode*
Shifting up and down while in direct mode
Direct mode can be used for temporarily
may not be possible depending on the
switching gears by operating the steering
vehicle speed. In addition, because direct
shift switch while the vehicle is being
mode is canceled (released) depending on
driven with the selector lever in the D
the rate of acceleration or if the
position.
accelerator is fully depressed, use of the
While in direct mode, the D and M
manual shift mode is recommended if you
indication illuminate and the gear position
need to drive the vehicle in a particular
in use is illuminated.
gear for long periods.
Direct mode is canceled (released) under
the following conditions.
The UP switch (
) is pulled
rearward for a certain amount of time or
longer.
The vehicle is driven for a certain
amount of time or longer (time differs
depending on the driving conditions
while operating).
The vehicle is stopped or moving at a
slow speed.
Instrument Cluster (Type A)
Direct mode
Gear position
indication
indication
Instrument Cluster (Type B)
Direct mode
Gear position
indication
indication
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*Some models.
When Driving
Automatic Transaxle
2. Shift to D or M1, depending on the
Driving Tips
load weight and grade steepness.
3. Release the brake pedal while
WARNING
gradually accelerating.
Descending steep grades
Do not let the vehicle move in a direction
When descending a steep grade, shift to
opposite to the direction selected by the
lower gears, depending on load weight and
selector lever:
grade steepness. Descend slowly, using the
Do not let the vehicle move backward with
brakes only occasionally to prevent them
the selector lever in a forward position, or
from overheating.
do not let the vehicle move forward with
the selector lever in the reverse position.
Otherwise, the engine may stop, causing
the loss of the power brake and power
steering functions, and make it difficult to
control the vehicle which could result in an
accident.
Passing
For extra power when passing another
vehicle or climbing steep grades, depress
the accelerator fully. The transaxle will
shift to a lower gear, depending on vehicle
speed.
NOTE
The accelerator pedal may initially feel
heavy as it is being depressed, then feel
lighter as it is depressed further. This
change in pedal force aids the engine
control system in determining how much
the accelerator pedal has been
depressed for performing kickdown, and
functions to control whether or not
kickdown should be performed.
Climbing steep grades from a stop
To climb a steep grade from a stopped
position:
1. Depress the brake pedal.
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When Driving
Switches and Controls
Lighting Control
Headlights
Turn the headlight switch to turn the headlights and other exterior lights on or off.
When the lights are turned on, the lights-on indicator light in the instrument cluster turns on.
NOTE
If the light switch is left on, the lights will automatically switch off approximately 30
seconds after switching the ignition off.
The time setting can be changed.
Refer to the Settings section in the Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
To prevent discharging the battery, do not leave the lights on while the engine is off unless
safety requires them.
Without auto-light control
Switch Position
OFF
ACC or
ACC or
ACC or
Ignition Position
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
Headlights
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On*2
Daytime running lights
On*1
Off
On*1
Off
Off
Off
Taillights
Parking lights
Off
Off
On
On*2
On
On*2
License plate lights
Side-marker lights
*1
The lights are turned on while the vehicle is driven.
*2
The lights are turned on for the specified period by the auto headlight off function.
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When Driving
Switches and Controls
With auto-light control
(Except Canada)
Switch Position
OFF
AUTO
ACC or
ACC or
ACC or
ACC or
Ignition Position
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Headlights
Off
Off
Auto*2
Auto*4
Off
Off
On
On*4
Daytime running lights
On*1
Off
On*3
Off
On*1
Off
Off
Off
Taillights
Parking lights
Off
Off
Auto*2
Auto*4
On
On*4
On
On*4
License plate lights
Side-marker lights
*1
The lights are turned on while the vehicle is driven.
*2
The lights are turned on by the auto light function.
*3
The lights are turned on while the vehicle is driven, and turned off when the headlights are turned on by the
auto light function.
*4
The lights are turned on for the specified period by the auto headlight off function.
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When Driving
Switches and Controls
(Canada)
Ignition Position
ACC or OFF
ON
Switch Position
OFF*1
AUTO
OFF*1
AUTO
Headlights
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Daytime running
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
lights
Auto*2*4
Auto*3*4
Taillights
Parking lights
Off
On*5
On
On*5
On
License plate lights
Side-marker lights
*1
The light switch returns to the AUTO position automatically.
*2
During the daytime, the daytime running lights turn on automatically. During the nighttime, the headlights,
parking lights, taillights, and the license plate lights turn on automatically.
*3
During the daytime, the daytime running lights, parking lights, taillights, and the license plate lights turn on
automatically. During the nighttime, the headlights, parking lights, taillights, and the license plate lights turn
on automatically.
*4
When the light switch is switched to the OFF position while the vehicle is stopped, all of the lights that are
turned on turn off. When the light switch is switched from a position other than
to the
position
while the vehicle is stopped, the daytime running lights or the headlights turn off. When starting to drive the
vehicle, the lights that are turned off turn on again.
*5
The lights are turned on continuously if the ignition is switched from ON to any other position with the lights
turned on. The lights are turned off when the driver's door is opened or 30 seconds have elapsed since the
lights turned on.
Auto-light control*
(Except Canada)
When the headlight switch is in the AUTO position and the ignition is switched ON, the
light sensor senses the surrounding lightness or darkness and automatically turns the
headlights and other exterior lights on or off.
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*Some models.
When Driving
Switches and Controls
(Canada)
When the headlight switch is in a position other than
and the ignition is switched ON, the
light sensor senses the surrounding lightness or darkness and automatically turns the
headlights and other exterior lights on or off.
CAUTION
¾ Do not shade the light sensor by adhering a sticker or a label on the windshield. Otherwise
the light sensor will not operate correctly.
¾ The light sensor also works as a rain sensor for the auto-wiper control. Keep hands and
scrapers clear of the windshield when the wiper lever is in the AUTO position and the
ignition is switched ON as fingers could be pinched or the wipers and wiper blades could be
damaged when the wipers activate automatically. If you are going to clean the windshield,
be sure the wipers are turned off completely when it is particularly tempting to leave the
engine running. This is particularly important when clearing ice and snow.
NOTE
The headlights and other exterior lights may not turn off immediately even if the
surrounding area becomes well-lit because the light sensor determines that it is night time
if the surrounding area is continuously dark for several minutes such as inside long
tunnels, traffic jams inside tunnels, or in indoor parking lots.
In this case, the lights turn off if the light switch is turned to the OFF position.
If the headlight switch and the windshield wiper switch are in AUTO, and the wipers are
operated at low or high speed by the auto wiper control for several seconds, bad weather
conditions are determined and the headlights may be turned on.
The sensitivity of the auto-light control may be changed.
Refer to the Settings section in the Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
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When Driving
Switches and Controls
Headlight High-Low Beam
simultaneously. The lever will return to
the normal position when released.
The headlights switch between high and
low beams by moving the lever forward or
backward.
High beam
Coming Home Light
The coming home light turns on the
Low beam
headlights (low beams) when the lever is
operated.
To turn on the lights
When the headlight high-beams are on, the
When the lever is pulled with the ignition
headlight high-beam indicator light is
switched to ACC or OFF, the low beam
turned on.
headlights turn on.
The headlights turn off after a certain
period of time has elapsed after all of the
doors are closed.
Flashing the Headlights
Can be used when the ignition is switched
ON.
To flash the headlights, pull the lever fully
towards you (the headlight switch does not
need to be on).
NOTE
OFF
The time until the headlights turn off
after all of the doors are closed can be
changed.
Headlight
Refer to the Settings section in the
flashing
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
If no operations are done for 3 minutes
after the lever is pulled, the headlights
turn off.
The headlight high-beam indicator light in
The headlights turn off if the lever is
the instrument cluster illuminates
pulled again while the headlights are
illuminated.
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When Driving
Switches and Controls
Leaving Home Light
When the headlight switch is turned to
the OFF position, the headlights turn
The leaving home light turns on the lights
off.
when the transmitter unlock button is
pressed while away from the vehicle.
Headlight Leveling
The following lights turn on when the
The number of passengers and weight of
leaving home light is operated.
cargo in the luggage compartment change
Low beams, Parking lights, Taillights,
the angle of the headlights.
License plate lights.
To turn on the lights
Auto type
When the ignition switch and the headlight
The angle of the headlights will be
switch are in the following conditions, the
automatically adjusted when turning on
headlights will illuminate when the
the headlights.
transmitter unlock button is pressed and
the vehicle receives the transmitter signal.
A system malfunction or operation
The headlights turn off after a certain
conditions are indicated by a warning.
period of time has elapsed (30 seconds).
Refer to Contact Mazda Dealer and Have
Ignition switch: off
Vehicle Inspected on page 7-25.
Headlight switch: AUTO,
, or
Manual type
The headlight leveling switch is used to
Lock button
adjust the angle of the headlights
manually.
Unlock
button
NOTE
Operation of the leaving home light can
be turned on or off.
Refer to the Settings section in the
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
When the transmitter lock button is
pressed and the vehicle receives the
transmitter signal, the headlights turn
off.
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When Driving
Switches and Controls
Select the proper headlight angle from the
NOTE
following chart.
When the light switch is switched to the
position, the daytime running lights turn
Front seat
Switch
Rear
off. If you want to drive the vehicle with
Load
Posiဨ
Driver
Passenger
seat
the daytime running lights turned on,
tion
switch the light switch to a position other
×
0
than
×
×
0
×
×
×
1
×
×
×
×
1
×
×
1.5
×: Yes
―: No
Daytime Running Lights
Some countries require moving vehicles to
have their lights on (daytime running
lights) during the daytime.
Except Canada
The daytime running lights turn on when
the vehicle is driven and turn off when the
parking brake is operated or the selector
lever is shifted to the P position.
NOTE
The daytime running lights can be
deactivated.
Refer to the Settings section in the Mazda
Connect Owner's Manual.
Canada
The daytime running lights continuously
turn on when the ignition is switched ON.
When the light switch is switched to the
OFF or
position while the vehicle is
stopped, the daytime running lights turns
off. When you start driving the vehicle,
they turn on again.
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When Driving
Switches and Controls
Refer to the Settings section in the
Turn and Lane-Change
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
Signals
Lane-Change Signals
The ignition must be switched ON to use
Move the lever halfway toward the
the turn and lane-change signals.
direction of the lane change―until the
Turn Signals
indicator flashes― and hold it there. It
will return to the off position when
Move the signal lever down (for a left
released.
turn) or up (for a right turn) to the stop
position. The signal will self-cancel after
Three-Flash Turn Signal
the turn is completed.
After releasing the turn signal lever, the
turn signal indicator flashes 3 times. The
If the indicator light continues to flash
operation can be canceled by moving the
after a turn, manually return the lever to its
lever in the direction opposite to which it
original position.
was operated.
Right turn
NOTE
Right lane change
The three-flash turn signal function can be
switched to operable/inoperable using the
personalization function.
OFF
Refer to the Settings section in the Mazda
Connect Owner's Manual.
Left lane change
Left turn
The turn signal indicators in the
instrument cluster flash according to the
operation of the turn signal lever to show
which signal is working.
NOTE
There may be a problem with the turn
signal lights if they do not flash but
remain turned on, or they flash
abnormally. Have your vehicle inspected
by an Authorized Mazda Dealer.
A personalized function is available to
change the turn indicator sound volume.
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When Driving
Switches and Controls
¾ If the amount of washer fluid spray is
Windshield Wipers and
insufficient, do not use the washer
Washer
switch. If the washer switch continues to
be operated with no washer fluid being
The ignition must be switched ON to use
sprayed, it could lead to pump damage.
the wipers.
NOTE
WARNING
If the windshield wipers are operated
under cold weather conditions or during
Use only windshield washer fluid or plain
snowfall, they could stop due to
water in the reservoir:
accumulated snow on the windshield. If
Using radiator antifreeze as washer fluid is
the windshield wipers stop due to
dangerous. If sprayed on the windshield, it
accumulated snow on the windshield, park
will dirty the windshield, affect your
the vehicle in a safe place, turn the wiper
visibility, and could result in an accident.
switch off, and then remove the
accumulated snow. If the wiper switch is
Only use windshield washer fluid mixed
turned to another position other than OFF,
with anti-freeze protection in freezing
the wipers will operate. If the wipers do
weather conditions:
not operate even though the wiper switch
Using windshield washer fluid without
is turned to a position other than OFF,
anti-freeze protection in freezing weather
consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer as
conditions is dangerous as it could freeze
soon as possible.
on the windshield and block your vision
which could cause an accident. In addition,
Windshield Wipers
make sure the windshield is sufficiently
Turn the wipers on by pressing the lever
warmed using the defroster before
up or down.
spraying the washer fluid.
With intermittent wiper
CAUTION
¾ When the wipers are not used during
freezing temperatures or for a long time,
the wiper rubber may adhere to the
glass. If the wipers are operated while
adhered to the glass, it could damage
the wiper rubber and motor.
¾ If the wipers are operated while the glass
is dry, the glass could be scratched and
the wiper rubber damaged. When the
Switch Posiဨ
glass is dry, spray washer fluid before
Wiper operation
tion
operating the wipers.
MIST
Operation while pulling up lever
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When Driving
Switches and Controls
Switch Posiဨ
Auto-wiper control*
Wiper operation
tion
When the wiper lever is in the AUTO
OFF
Stop
position, the rain sensor senses the amount
INT
Intermittent
of rainfall on the windshield and turns the
LO
Low speed
wipers on or off automatically
HI
High speed
(off―intermittent―low speed―high
speed).
Variable-speed intermittent wipers
Set the lever to the intermittent position
The sensitivity of the rain sensor can be
and choose the interval timing by rotating
adjusted by turning the switch on the
the ring.
wiper lever.
From the center position (normal), rotate
the switch upward for higher sensitivity
(faster response) or rotate it downward for
less sensitivity (slower response).
Less sensitivity
Switch
INT ring
With auto-wiper control
Center
position
Higher sensitivity
Switch Posiဨ
Wiper operation
tion
MIST
Operation while pulling up lever
OFF
Stop
AUTO
Auto control
LO
Low speed
HI
High speed
*Some models.
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When Driving
Switches and Controls
NOTE
CAUTION
Switching the auto-wiper lever from the
¾ Do not shade the rain sensor by adhering
OFF to the AUTO position while driving
a sticker or a label on the windshield.
activates the windshield wipers once,
Otherwise the rain sensor will not
after which they operate according to
operate correctly.
the rainfall amount.
The auto-wiper control may not operate
when the rain sensor temperature is
about 10 °C (14 °F) or lower, or
about 85 °C (185 °F) or higher.
If the windshield is coated with water
repellent, the rain sensor may not be
able to sense the amount of rainfall
correctly and the auto-wiper control
may not operate properly.
If dirt or foreign matter (such as ice or
matter containing salt water) adheres to
¾ When the ignition is switched ON and
the windshield above the rain sensor, or
the wiper lever is in the AUTO position,
if the windshield is iced, it could cause
the wipers to move automatically.
the windshield wipers may operate
automatically in the following cases:
However, if the wipers cannot remove
this ice, dirt or foreign matter, the
¾ The area of the windshield above the
auto-wiper control will stop operation.
rain sensor is touched or wiped with a
In this case, set the wiper lever to the
cloth.
low speed position or high speed
¾ The windshield or the rain sensor area
position for manual operation, or
in the cabin is hit.
remove the ice, dirt or foreign matter by
When the ignition is switched ON and
hand to restore the auto-wiper
the wiper lever is in the AUTO position,
operation.
do not touch the windshield or the
If the auto-wiper lever is left in the
windshield wipers Otherwise, the
AUTO position, the wipers could
windshield wipers will operate
operate automatically from the effect of
automatically which could catch your
strong light sources, electromagnetic
fingers or damage the windshield wipers.
waves, or infrared light because the rain
When removing ice or snow, or cleaning
sensor uses an optical sensor. It is
the windshield, always make sure the
recommended that the auto-wiper lever
wiper lever is in the OFF position.
be switched to the OFF position other
than when driving the vehicle under
rainy conditions.
(With auto-wiper control (Except
Canada))
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When Driving
Switches and Controls
If the headlight switch and the
Rear Window Wiper and
windshield wiper switch are in AUTO,
and the wipers are operated at low or
Washer
high speed by the auto wiper control for
The ignition must be switched ON to use
several seconds, bad weather conditions
the wiper.
are determined and the headlights may
be turned on.
Rear Window Wiper
The auto-wiper control functions can be
turned off. Refer to the Settings section
in the Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
Windshield Washer
Pull the lever toward you and hold it to
spray washer fluid.
OFF
Washer
Turn the wiper on by turning the rear
wiper/washer switch.
Switch Posiဨ
Wiper operation
tion
OFF
Stop
NOTE
INT
Intermittent
If the windshield washer is turned on when
ON
Normal
the windshield wipers are not operating,
the windshield wipers operate a few times.
Rear Window Washer
If the washer does not work, inspect the
To spray washer fluid, turn the rear wiper/
fluid level (page 6-24). If the fluid level
washer switch to either of the position.
is normal, consult an Authorized Mazda
After the switch is released, the washer
Dealer.
will stop.
If the washer does not work, inspect the
fluid level (page 6-24). If the fluid level
is normal and the washer still does not
work, consult an Authorized Mazda
Dealer.
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When Driving
Switches and Controls
Fully Automatic Climate Control
Rear Window Defogger
System
The rear window defogger clears fog from
Indicator light
the rear window.
The ignition must be switched ON to use
the defogger.
Press the switch to turn on the rear
window defogger. The rear window
defogger operates for about 15 minutes
and then turns off automatically.
The indicator light illuminates when the
defogger is operating.
CAUTION
To turn off the rear window defogger
before the 15 minutes has elapsed, press
¾ Do not use sharp instruments or window
the switch again.
cleaners with abrasives to clean the
inside of the rear window surface. They
Manual Climate Control System
may damage the defogger grid inside the
Indicator light
window.
NOTE
This defogger is not designed for
melting snow. If there is an
accumulation of snow on the rear
window, remove it before using the
defogger.
The rear window defogger setting can
be changed. After changing the setting,
the rear window defogger stops
automatically after 15 minutes have
elapsed and when the ambient
temperature is high. When the ambient
temperature is low, it continues to
operate until the switch is pressed
again.
Refer to the Settings section in the
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
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When Driving
Switches and Controls
Windshield Wiper De-icer*
Fully Automatic Climate Control
System
The thermal filaments at the following
positions heat up and facilitate the removal
Indicator light
of snow accumulated on the windshield.
Mirror Defogger*
The mirror defoggers defrost the outside
The windshield wiper de-icer operates in
mirrors.
conjunction with the rear window
defogger.
The mirror defoggers operate in
To turn on the windshield wiper de-icer,
conjunction with the rear window
switch the ignition ON and press the rear
defogger.
window defogger switch (page 4-84).
To turn on the mirror defoggers, switch the
Manual Climate Control System
ignition ON and press the rear window
Indicator light
defogger switch (page 4-84).
Manual Climate Control System
Indicator light
*Some models.
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