Mazda SPEED6 2007 Specifications

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2007
Mazda3
MAZDASPEED3
Mazda5
Mazda6
MAZDASPEED6
Mazda MX-5
Mazda RX-8
Service
Highlights
Mazda3
MAZDASPEED3
Mazda5
FOREWORD
This manual explains components, system
operations and functions for the Mazda3,
MAZDASPEED3, Mazda5, Mazda6,
MAZDASPEED6, Mazda MX-5,
Mazda RX-8.
Mazda6
MAZDASPEED6
For proper repair and maintenance, a
thorough familiarization with this manual is
important, and it should always be kept in a
handy place for quick and easy reference.
All the contents of this manual, including
drawings and specifications, are the latest
available at the time of printing.
As modifications affecting repair or
maintenance occur, relevant information
supplementary to this volume will be made
available at Mazda dealers.
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to alter the specifications and contents of
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APPLICATION:
This manual is applicable to vehicles
beginning with the Vehicle Identification
Numbers (VIN),and related materials shown
on the following page.
Mazda MX-5
Mazda RX-8
© 2006 Mazda Motor Corporation
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Mazda MX-5
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SECTION
ENGINE
01
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ENGINE
SECTION
Toc
of SCT
OUTLINE[LF]
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01-00
ON-BOARD DIAGNOSTIC
[LF]. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01-02
CONTROL SYSTEM[LF] . . . . . 01-40
Toc of SCT
01-00
OUTLINE [LF]
ENGINE ABBREVIATIONS[LF] . . . . . . . . 01-00–1
ENGINE FEATURES[LF] . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01-00–1
On-board Diagnostic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01-00–1
ENGINE SPECIFICATION[LF] . . . . . . . . 01-00–2
Specification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01-00–2
End of Toc
ENGINE ABBREVIATIONS[LF]
NG: ENGINE COMPLETE
Antilock Brake System
Automatic Transmission
After Top Dead Center
Before Top Dead Center
Controller Area Network
Comprehensive Component Monitor
Control Module
Drive Cycle
Dynamic Stability Control
Exhaust
Hydraulic Unit
Intake
Key On Engine Off
Key On Engine Running
Manual Transmission
Oil Control Valve
Positive Crankcase Ventilation
Parameter Identification
Random Access Memory
Mazda MX-5
ABS
AT
ATDC
BTDC
CAN
CCM
CM
DC
DSC
EX
HU
IN
KOEO
KOER
MT
OCV
PCV
PID
RAM
id0100e1100100
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ENGINE FEATURES[LF]
id0100e1100200
On-board Diagnostic
To meet OBD-II regulations
Improved serviceability
• Mode 03 of diagnostic test modes changed
• Mode 01, 06, and 08 of diagnostic test modes changed
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01-00–1
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OUTLINE [LF]
ENGINE SPECIFICATION[LF]
id0100e1100300
Specification
Specification
2007MY MX-5
2006MY MX-5
LF (2.0L)
LF (2.0L)
Item
MECHANICAL
Type
Combustion chamber
Displacement
(ml {cc, cu in})
Bore × stroke
(mm {in})
Compression ratio
2,
Compression pressure
Valve
timing
(kPa {kgf/cm psi} [rpm])
Open
Close
Open
Close
IN
EX
BTDC (°)
ABDC (°)
BBDC (°)
ATDC (°)
IN
Valve clearance
(mm {in})
EX
LUBRICATION SYSTEM
Type
Oil pressure (reference value)
[oil temperature: 100°C {212°F}]
Oil pump
Oil filter
Type
Relief valve opening
pressure
(reference value)
Type
Bypass pressure
Engine oil Total (dry engine)
capacity
Oil replacement
(approx.
Oil and oil filter
quantity)
(AT, 5MT)*1 replacement
Engine oil Total (dry engine)
capacity
Oil replacement
(approx.
Oil and oil filter
quantity)
(AT, 5MT)*2 replacement
Engine oil Total (dry engine)
capacity
Oil replacement
(approx.
Oil and oil filter
quantity)
replacement
(6MT)
COOLING SYSTEM
Type
Coolant capacity (approx. quantity)
Water pump
01-00–2
Type
DOHC-16 valves in-line, 4cylinder
Pentroof
1,999
{1,999, 122.0}
87.5 × 83.1
{3.44 ×3.27}
10:8
1,720
{17.54, 249.5} [300]
0—30
32—62
42
5
0.22—0.28 {0.0087—0.011}
[Engine cold]
0.27—0.33 {0.0107—0.0129}
[Engine cold]
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
Force-fed type
337—591 {3.44—6.03, 49.0—
85.8}
(kPa {kgf/cm2, psi} [rpm])
[3,000]
Trochoid gear type
←
420—520 {4.28—5.30, 60.9—
75.4}
←
←
(L {US qt, lmp qt})
(L {US qt, lmp qt})
Full-flow, paper element
80—120 {0.82—1.22, 11.6—
17.4}
4.6 {4.9, 4.0}
3.9 {4.1, 3.4}
(L {US qt, lmp qt})
4.3 {4.5, 3.8}
←
(L {US qt, lmp qt})
(L {US qt, lmp qt})
4.75 {5.02, 4.18}
4.05 {4.28, 3.56}
4.6 {4.9, 4.0}
3.9 {4.1, 3.4}
(L {US qt, lmp qt})
4.45 {4.70, 3.92}
4.3 {4.5, 3.8}
(L {US qt, lmp qt})
(L {US qt, lmp qt})
4.85 {5.12, 4.27}
4.05 {4.28, 3.56}
←
←
(L {US qt, lmp qt})
4.55 {4.81, 4.00}
←
Water-cooled, Electromotive
7.5 {7.9, 6.6}
Centrifugal, V-ribbed beltdriven
←
←
(kPa {kgf/cm2, psi}
(kPa {kgf/cm2, psi})
(L {US qt, lmp qt})
←
←
←
←
←
←
Revised 12/2006 (Ref. No. R223/06)
2007 Mazda3, MAZDASPEED3, Mazda5, Mazda6, MAZDASPEED6, Mazda MX-5,
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OUTLINE [LF]
Item
Thermostat
Radiator
Cooling system cap
Cooling fan
Type
Opening
(°C {°F})
temperature
Full-open temperature
(°C {°F})
Full-open lift
(mm {in})
Type
Cap valve
opening
(kPa {kgf/cm2, psi})
pressure
Type
Number of blades
Outer
(mm {in})
diameter
Fan motor
(W)
output
Specification
2007MY MX-5
2006MY MX-5
LF (2.0L)
LF (2.0L)
Wax, bottom-bypass
←
80—84 {176—183}
←
97 {207}
8.0 {0.31} or more
Corrugated fin
←
←
←
93.2—122.6 {0.95—1.25,
13.5—17.8}
←
Electric
5
←
←
360 {14.2}
←
120
←
Hi-ohmic
Top-feed
Voltage
←
←
←
Approx. 390 {3.98, 56.6}
←
FUEL SYSTEM
Type
Type of fuel delivery
Type of drive
Pressure regulator control pressure
Fuel pump type
Fuel tank capacity
Fuel type (Anti-knock index)
(kPa {kgf/cm2, psi})
Electric
(L {US gal, lmp gal})
48 {12, 10}
Premium unleaded fuel
91 [(R+M)/2 method] or adove
(96 RON or more)
EMISSION SYSTEM
EGR type
←
←
Stepping motor
WU-TWC (monolith), TWC
(monolith)
Charcoal canister type
Closed type
←
←
12
←
(A·h)
46B24L (36)
←
(V-A)
12-100
←
←
←
Catalyst form
Evaporative emission (EVAP) control system
Positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) system
CHARGING SYSTEM
Voltage
Battery
Type and capacity
(5-hour rate)
Output
Generator
Regulated voltage
Self diagnosis function
IGNITION SYSTEM
Type
Spark advance
←
←
(V)
Controlled by PCM
SEI (Single Electronic Ignition)
Electronic
1—3—4—2 (all cylinders
independent firing)
←
←
←
←
CYLINDER No.
CRANKSHAFT
PULLEY
Ignition system
Firing order
ENGINE
1
←
2
3
4
Spark plug
Type
L3G2 18 110, L3Y1 18 110
←
01-00–3
Mazda MX-5
Injector
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OUTLINE [LF]
Specification
2007MY MX-5
2006MY MX-5
LF (2.0L)
LF (2.0L)
Item
STARTING SYSTEM
Type
Output
Starter
*1
(kW)
←
←
Coaxial reduction
1.4
: Applied VIN (Assumed)
JM1 NC15F*7# 100001—130613
JM1 NC16F*7# 100001—130613
JM1 NC25F*7# 100001—130613
JM1 NC26F*7# 100001—130613
*2
: Applied VIN (Assumed)
JM1 NC15F*7# 130614—
JM1 NC16F*7# 130614—
JM1 NC25F*7# 130614—
JM1 NC26F*7# 130614—
Engine oil specification
Item
U.S.A. and CANADA
Except U.S.A. and CANADA
SM
Engine oil grade
(ILSAC)
(ILSAC)
API SM or ILSAC
Engine oil viscosity
5W–20
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ON-BOARD DIAGNOSTIC [LF]
01-02
ON-BOARD DIAGNOSTIC [LF]
DIAGNOSTIC TEST MODE[LF] . . . . . . .
Sending Diagnostic Data . . . . . . . . . . .
Sending Freeze Frame Data . . . . . . . .
Sending Emission-related
Malfunction Code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sending Intermittent Monitoring
System Test Results . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sending Continuous Monitoring
System Test Results . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DLC-2 Outline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
01-02–1
01-02–2
01-02–3
01-02–4
01-02–7
01-02–7
01-02–8
DTC DETECTION LOGIC AND
CONDITIONS[LF] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01-02–8
KOEO/KOER SELF-TEST[LF] . . . . . . . . . 01-02–17
KOEO (Key ON, Engine Off)
Self-test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01-02–17
KOER (Key ON, Engine Running)
Self-test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01-02–17
PID/DATA MONITOR AND
RECORD[LF] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01-02–20
SIMULATION TEST[LF] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01-02–23
End of Toc
DIAGNOSTIC TEST MODE[LF]
NG: ON-BOARD DIAGNOSTIC (ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM)
id010245100200
• To meet OBD-II regulations, the following diagnostic test modes have been adopted.
Item
Sending diagnostic data (PID data monitor/On-board system readiness test)
Sending freeze frame data
Sending emission-related malfunction code (DTC)
Clearing/resetting emission-related malfunction information
Sending intermittent monitoring system test results (DMTR)
Sending continuous monitoring system test results (pending code)
On-board device control (simulation test, active command mode)
Request vehicle information
Mazda MX-5
Diagnostic test mode
Mode 01
Mode 02
Mode 03
Mode 04
Mode 06
Mode 07
Mode 08
Mode 09
01-02–1
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ON-BOARD DIAGNOSTIC [LF]
Sending Diagnostic Data
PID data monitor
• The PID data monitor items are shown below.
PID data monitor table
Full names
Fuel system loop status
LOAD
ECT
Short term fuel trim
Long term fuel trim
MAP
Engine speed
Vehicle speed
Spark advance
IAT
MAF
Absolute TP
O2S location
Input voltage from rear HO2S
Short term fuel trim associated with rear HO2S
OBD requirement according to vehicle design
Time since engine start
Distance travelled while MIL is activated
EGR valve control signal
Purge solenoid valve control signal
Fuel level
Number of warm-ups since DTCs cleared
Distance travelled since DTCs cleared
Barometric pressure
Lambda
Front HO2S output current
Estimated catalyst converter temperature
PCM voltage
Absolute load value
Theoretical air/fuel ratio coefficient to calculate target air/fuel ratio
Relative TP
Ambient air temperature
TP from TP sensor No.2
APP from APP sensor No.1
APP from APP sensor No.2
Throttle actuator control signal
Meaning of fuel system loop status
• The following information is displayed on the tester.
— Feedback stops: ECT is lower than the determined feedback zone.
— Feedback operating: HO2S being used for feedback is normal.
— Feedback stops: Open loop due to driving condition
— Feedback stops: Open loop due to detected system fault
— Feedback operating: Malfunction occurred in HO2S (rear) system
01-02–2
Unit
Refer to list below.
%
°C
°F
%
%
kPa
rpm
km/h
mph
°
°C
°F
g/s
%
No unit
V
%
No unit
s
km
miles
%
%
%
No unit
km
miles
kPa
—
mA
°C
°F
V
%
No unit
%
°C
°F
%
%
%
%
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ON-BOARD DIAGNOSTIC [LF]
On-board system readiness test
• The items supported by the on-board system readiness test are shown below.
Continuous monitoring system
— HO2S heater
— HO2S
— Fuel system
— Misfire
— CCM
Intermittent monitoring system
— HO2S heater
— HO2S
— Catalyst
— EGR system
— Evaporative system
— Engine cooling system
— Cold start emission reduction strategy monitoring
Sending Freeze Frame Data
• The Freeze Frame Data monitor items are shown below.
Freeze frame data monitor table
Unit
No unit
Refer to list below.
%
°C
°F
%
%
kPa
rpm
km/h
mph
°
°C
°F
g/s
%
s
%
%
%
No unit
km
miles
kPa
°C
°F
V
%
No unit
%
°C
°F
%
%
%
%
Meaning of fuel system loop status
• The following information is displayed on the tester.
— Feedback stops: ECT is lower than the determined feedback zone.
— Feedback operating: HO2S being used for feedback is normal.
— Feedback stops: Open loop due to driving condition
— Feedback stops: Open loop due to detected system fault
— Feedback operating: Malfunction occurred in HO2S (rear) system
01-02–3
Mazda MX-5
Full names
DTC that caused required Freeze Frame Data storage
Fuel system loop status
LOAD
ECT
Short term fuel trim
Long term fuel trim
MAP
Engine speed
Vehicle speed
Spark advance
IAT
MAF
Absolute TP
Time since engine start
EGR valve control signal
Purge solenoid valve control signal
Fuel level
Number of warm-ups since DTCs cleared
Distance travelled since DTCs cleared
Barometric pressure
Estimated catalyst converter temperature
PCM voltage
Absolute load value
Theoretical air/fuel ratio coefficient to calculate target air/fuel ratio
Relative TP
Ambient air temperature
TP from TP sensor No.2
APP from APP sensor No.1
APP from APP sensor No.2
Throttle actuator control signal
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ON-BOARD DIAGNOSTIC [LF]
Sending Emission-related Malfunction Code
• The DTCs are shown below.
×: Applicable
N/A: Not applicable
DTC No.
07MY
06MY
B1342
←
P0011
←
P0012
←
P0016
←
Memory
function
N/A
CCM
CCM
CCM
Self-test
type*3
C, O
C, R
C, R
C
2
HO2S heater
C, O, R
×
ON
ON
ON
ON
2
2
2
2
HO2S heater
HO2S heater
HO2S heater
HO2S heater
C, O, R
C, O, R
C, O, R
C, O, R
×
×
×
×
ON
2
CCM
C
×
ON
2
CCM
C
×
ON
ON
ON
ON
1
1
1
1
CCM
CCM
CCM
CCM
C, O, R
C, O, R
C, O, R
C, O, R
×
×
×
×
ON
2
CCM
C
×
ON
ON
1
1
C, O, R
C, O, R
×
×
ON
1
C
×
C, O, R
×
C, O, R
×
C, O, R
C, O, R
×
×
C
×
C
×
C
×
C, O, R
C, O, R
C, O, R
C
C, R
C, O, R
C, O, R
C
C, R
C, O, R
C, O, R
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
Condition
MIL
DC
Monitor item
PCM malfunction
CMP timing over-advanced
CMP timing over-retarded
CKP-CMP correlation
Front HO2S heater control circuit
problem
Front HO2S heater circuit low input
Front HO2S heater circuit high input
Rear HO2S heater circuit low input
Rear HO2S heater circuit high input
Manifold absolute pressure/atmospheric
pressure correlation
MAF sensor circuit range/performance
problem
MAF sensor circuit low input
MAF sensor circuit high input
MAP sensor circuit low input
MAP sensor circuit high input
IAT sensor circuit range/performance
problem
IAT sensor circuit low input
IAT sensor circuit high input
Engine coolant temperature circuit range/
performance
OFF
ON
ON
ON
N/A
1
2
2
ON
N/A
×
×
×
P0030
←
P0031
P0032
P0037
P0038
←
←
←
←
P0069
←
P0101
←
P0102
P0103
P0107
P0108
←
←
←
←
P0111
←
P0112
P0113
←
←
P0116
←
P0117
←
ECT sensor circuit low input
ON
1
P0118
←
ECT sensor circuit high input
ON
1
P0122
P0123
←
←
ON
ON
1
1
P0125
←
TP sensor No.1 circuit low input
TP sensor No.1 circuit high input
Excessive time to enter closed loop fuel
control
ON
2
P0126
←
ON
2
ON
2
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Flash/
ON
Flash/
ON
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
CCM
CCM
Engine cooling
system
Engine cooling
system
Engine cooling
system
CCM
CCM
Engine cooling
system
Engine cooling
system
Engine cooling
system
HO2S
HO2S
HO2S
HO2S
HO2S
HO2S
HO2S
HO2S
HO2S
CCM
CCM
1 or 2
Misfire
C, R
×
1 or 2
Misfire
C, R
×
Coolant thermostat stuck open
P0128
←
P0130
P0131
P0132
P0133
P0134
P0137
P0138
P0139
P0140
P0222
P0223
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
Front HO2S circuit problem
Front HO2S circuit low input
Front HO2S circuit high input
Front HO2S circuit problem
Front HO2S no activity detected
Rear HO2S circuit low input
Rear HO2S circuit high input
Rear HO2S circuit problem
Rear HO2S no activity detected
TP sensor No.2 circuit low input
TP sensor No.2 circuit high input
P0300
←
Random misfire detected
P0301
←
Cylinder No.1 misfire detected
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DTC No.
07MY
06MY
Condition
P0302
←
Cylinder No.2 misfire detected
P0303
←
Cylinder No.3 misfire detected
P0304
←
Cylinder No.4 misfire detected
P0327
P0328
P0335
P0340
P0401
←
←
←
←
←
P0403
←
P0421
←
P0441
←
P0442
←
P0443
←
P0446
←
P0455
←
P0456*1
←
P0461
←
P0462
P0463
←
←
P0480
←
P0481
←
P0482
←
KS circuit low input
KS circuit high input
CKP sensor circuit problem
CMP sensor circuit problem
EGR flow insufficient detected
EGR valve (stepping motor) circuit
problem
Warm up catalyst system efficiency
below threshold
Evaporative emission control system
incorrect purge flow
Evaporative emission control system leak
detected (small leak)
Purge solenoid valve circuit problem
Change over valve (COV) (EVAP system
leak detection pump) stuck close
Evaporative emission control system leak
detected (gross leak)
Evaporative emission control system leak
detected (very small leak)
Fuel gauge sender unit range/
performance problem
Fuel gauge sender unit circuit low input
Fuel gauge sender unit circuit high input
Cooling fan relay No.1 control circuit
malfunction
Cooling fan relay No.2 control circuit
malfunction
Cooling fan relay No.3 control circuit
malfunction
P0500*4
P0505
←
VSS circuit problem
←
P0506
←
P0507
←
Idle speed control system problem
Idle speed control system RPM lower
than expected
Idle speed control system RPM higher
than expected
DC
Monitor item
Self-test
type*3
Memory
function
1 or 2
Misfire
C, R
×
1 or 2
Misfire
C, R
×
1 or 2
Misfire
C, R
×
1
1
1
1
2
CCM
CCM
CCM
CCM
EGR system
C, O, R
C, O, R
C
C
C, R
×
×
×
×
×
ON
2
CCM
C, O, R
×
ON
2
Catalyst
C
×
ON
2
C, R
×
ON
2
ON
MIL
Flash/
ON
Flash/
ON
Flash/
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
C, R
×
2
Evaporative
system
Evaporative
system
CCM
C, O, R
×
ON
2
CCM
C, R
×
ON
2
C, R
×
ON
2
C, R
×
ON
2
CCM
C
×
ON
ON
2
2
CCM
CCM
C, O, R
C, O, R
×
×
OFF
1
Other
C, O, R
×
OFF
1
Other
C, O, R
×
OFF
1
Other
C, O, R
×
ON
2
CCM
C
×
OFF
N/A
N/A
R
N/A
ON
2
CCM
C
×
ON
2
CCM
C
×
C, R
×
C, R
×
C
C
C
C, O, R
C, O, R
×
×
×
×
×
P050A
N/A
Cold start idle air control system
performance
ON
2
P050B
N/A
Cold start ignition timing performance
ON
2
P0550
P0564
P0571
P0601
P0602
←
←
←
←
←
PSP switch circuit malfunction
Cruise control switch circuit malfunction
Brake switch circuit problem
PCM memory check sum error
PCM programming error
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
2
1
1
1
1
Evaporative
system
Evaporative
system
Cold start
emission
reduction
strategy
monitoring
Cold start
emission
reduction
strategy
monitoring
CCM
Other
Other
CCM
CCM
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DTC No.
07MY
06MY
Condition
PCM random access memory (RAM)
error
PCM processor
PCM vehicle options error
Throttle actuator control circuit range/
performance problem
Variable intake air solenoid valve circuit
low input
Variable intake air solenoid valve circuit
high input
Brake switch input circuit problem
Clutch pedal position (CPP) switch input
circuit problem
MIL
DC
Monitor item
Self-test
type*3
Memory
function
ON
1
CCM
C, O, R
×
ON
ON
1
1
CCM
CCM
C, O, R
C, O, R
×
×
ON
1
CCM
C
×
OFF
1
Other
C, O, R
×
OFF
1
Other
C, O, R
×
ON
2
CCM
C
×
ON
2
CCM
C
×
P0604
←
P0606
P0610
←
←
P0638
←
P0661
←
P0662
←
P0703
←
P0704*2
←
P0850*2
P1260
P2088
P2089
P2096
P2097
←
Neutral switch input circuit problem
ON
2
CCM
C
×
←
←
←
←
←
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
1
1
1
2
2
Other
CCM
CCM
Fuel system
Fuel system
C, O
C, O, R
C, O, R
C
C
N/A
×
×
×
×
P2101
←
ON
1
CCM
C, R
×
P2107
←
ON
1
CCM
C, R
×
P2108
←
ON
1
CCM
C, R
×
P2109
←
ON
1
CCM
C, R
×
P2112
←
ON
1
CCM
C, R
×
P2119
←
ON
2
CCM
C, R
×
P2122
P2123
P2127
P2128
←
←
←
←
ON
ON
ON
ON
1
1
1
1
CCM
CCM
CCM
CCM
C, O, R
C, O, R
C, O, R
C, O, R
×
×
×
×
P2135
←
ON
1
CCM
C, O, R
×
P2138
←
ON
1
CCM
C, O, R
×
P2177
P2178
P2187
P2188
P2195
P2196
P2228
P2229
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
Fuel system
Fuel system
Fuel system
Fuel system
HO2S
HO2S
CCM
CCM
C, R
C, R
C, R
C, R
C
C
C, O, R
C, O, R
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
P2401
←
ON
2
CCM
C, R
×
P2402
←
ON
2
CCM
C, R
×
P2404
←
ON
2
CCM
C, R
×
P2405
←
ON
2
CCM
C, R
×
P2407
←
Immobilizer system problem
Oil control valve (OCV) circuit low
Oil control valve (OCV) circuit high
Target A/F feedback system too lean
Target A/F feedback system too rich
Throttle actuator circuit range/
performance
Throttle actuator control module
processor error
Throttle actuator control module
performance error
TP sensor minimum stop range/
performance problem
Throttle actuator control system range/
performance problem
Throttle actuator control throttle body
range/performance problem
APP sensor No.1 circuit low input
APP sensor No.1 circuit high input
APP sensor No.2 circuit low input
APP sensor No.2 circuit high input
TP sensor No.1/No.2 voltage correlation
problem
APP sensor No.1/No.2 voltage
correlation problem
Fuel system too lean at off idle
Fuel system too rich at off idle
Fuel system too lean at idle
Fuel system too rich at idle
Front HO2S signal stuck lean
Front HO2S signal stuck rich
BARO sensor circuit low input
BARO sensor circuit high input
EVAP system leak detection pump motor
circuit low
EVAP system leak detection pump motor
circuit high
EVAP system leak detection pump sense
circuit problem
EVAP system leak detection pump sense
circuit low input
EVAP system leak detection pump sense
circuit intermittent
ON
2
CCM
C, R
×
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DTC No.
07MY
06MY
P2502
←
P2503
←
P2504
←
P2507
←
P2610
*1
*2
*3
*4
←
Condition
Charging system voltage problem
Charging system voltage low
Charging system voltage high
PCM B+ voltage low
PCM internal engine off timer
performance
Memory
function
Other
Other
Other
CCM
Self-test
type*3
C, R
C, R
C, R
C, O, R
CCM
C
×
MIL
DC
Monitor item
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
1
1
1
1
ON
2
×
×
×
×
: California emission regulation applicable model
: MT
: C: CMDTC self-test, O: KOEO self-test, R: KOER self-test
: With ABS/DSC or MT without ABS/DSC
Sending Intermittent Monitoring System Test Results
• The items supported by the sending intermittent monitoring system are shown below.
10:3C:80*1
10:3D:80
10:A2:0B
10:A2:0C
10:A3:0B
10:A3:0C
10:A4:0B
10:A4:0C
10:A5:0B
10:A5:0C
10:E1:80
10:E1:81
Description
HO2S (Front) lean-to-rich response time (calculated)
HO2S (Front) rich-to-lean response time (calculated)
HO2S (Front) lean-to-rich response time (calculated)
HO2S (Front) rich-to-lean response time (calculated)
Low HO2S (Rear) voltage for switch time calculation (constant)
High HO2S (Rear) voltage for switch time calculation (constant)
HO2S (Rear) rich-to-lean response time (calculated)
HO2S (Front) and HO2S (Rear) switching time ratio
EGR pressure variation
EVAP system leak detection pump large leak check
EVAP system leak detection pump small leak check
EVAP system leak detection pump very small leak check
Purge flow monitor
Cylinder No.1 average misfire counts for last 10 DC
Cylinder No.1 misfire counts for last/current DC
Cylinder No.2 average misfire counts for last 10 DC
Cylinder No.2 misfire counts for last/current DC
Cylinder No.3 average misfire counts for last 10 DC
Cylinder No.3 misfire counts for last/current DC
Cylinder No.4 average misfire counts for last 10 DC
Cylinder No.4 misfire counts for last/current DC
Heat radiation ratio
Engine coolant temperature
Related system
HO2S
Catalyst
EGR
EVAP
Misfire
Thermostat
*1 : California emission regulation applicable model
Sending Continuous Monitoring System Test Results
• These appear when a problem is detected in a monitored system.
1-drive cycle type
• If any problems are detected in the first drive cycle, pending codes will be stored in the PCM memory, as well
as DTCs.
• After pending codes are stored, if the PCM determines that the system is normal in any future drive cycle, the
PCM deletes the pending codes.
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TEST ID
10:01:80
10:01:81
10:01:82
10:01:83
10:02:03
10:02:04
10:02:05
10:21:80
10:31:83
10:3A:80
10:3B:80
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2-drive cycle type
• The code for a failed system is stored in the PCM memory in the first drive cycle. If the problem is not found in
the second drive cycle, the PCM determines that the system returned to normal or the problem was mistakenly
detected, and deletes the pending code when the ignition switch is turned to the ON position in the next drive
cycle. If the problem is found in the second drive cycle too, the PCM determines that the system has failed, and
stores the pending codes, and the DTCs.
• After pending codes are stored, if the PCM determines that the system is normal in any future drive cycle, the
PCM deletes the pending codes.
DLC-2 Outline
• The DLC-2 located in the driver compartment is a service connector defined by OBD-II regulations.
• The following are functions for each terminal.
Terminal name
B+
CAN_L
CAN_H
GND1
GND2
Function
Battery positive voltage
Serial communication Lo terminal
Serial communication Hi terminal
Ground (chassis)
Ground (signal)
End Of Sie
DLC-2
B+
CAN_L
CAN_H GND2 GND1
amxuun0000001
DTC DETECTION LOGIC AND CONDITIONS[LF]
id010245100300
B1342 PCM malfunction
• Malfunction in the PCM internal circuit.
P0011 CMP Timing over-advanced
• The actual valve timing is over-advanced by 15 ° from the target valve timing for specified period when the oil
control valve (OCV) is controlled in the maximum valve timing retard condition.
Monitoring condition
— Engine coolant temperature is above 63 °C {145.4 °F}
P0012 CMP timing over-retarded
• Actual valve timing is over-retarded by 10 ° from the target valve timing for specified period when the oil control
valve (OCV) system control is within the feedback range.
Monitoring condition
— Engine coolant temperature is above 63 °C {145.4 °F}
P0016 CKP-CMP correlation
• The PCM monitors the input pulses from the CKP sensor and CMP sensor. If the input pulse pick-up timing do
not match each other, the PCM determines that the camshaft position does not coincide with the crankshaft
position.
P0030 Front HO2S heater control circuit problem
• The PCM monitors the front HO2S impedance when under the front HO2S heater control for 200 s. If the
impedance is more than 44 ohms, the PCM determines that there is a front HO2S heater control circuit
problem.
P0031 Front HO2S heater circuit low input
• The PCM monitors the front HO2S heater control voltage when the PCM turns the front HO2S heater off. If the
control voltage exceeds 50% of the battery voltage, the PCM determines that the front HO2S heater control
circuit voltage is low.
P0032 Front HO2S heater circuit high input
• The PCM monitors the front HO2S heater control voltage when the PCM turns the front HO2S heater on. If the
control voltage is less than 50% of the battery voltage, the PCM determines that the front HO2S heater control
circuit voltage is high.
P0037 Rear HO2S heater circuit low input
• The PCM monitors the rear HO2S heater control voltage when the PCM turns the rear HO2S heater off. If the
control voltage exceeds 25% of the battery voltage, the PCM determines that the rear HO2S heater control
circuit voltage is low.
P0038 Rear HO2S heater circuit high input
• The PCM monitors the rear HO2S heater control voltage when the PCM turns the rear HO2S heater on. If the
control voltage is less than 57% of the battery voltage, the PCM determines that the rear HO2S heater control
circuit voltage is high.
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P0069 Manifold absolute pressure/atmospheric pressure correlation
• PCM monitors differences between intake manifold vacuum and atmospheric pressure. If the difference is
below –12 kPa {–90 mmHg, –3.5 inHg} or above 12 kPa {90 mmHg, 3.5 inHg} when the following conditions
are met, the PCM determines that there is a MAP sensor performance problem.
MONITORING CONDITION
— 12—15 s from when ignition switch is turned off.
— Intake air temperature is above -10°C {14 °F}.
— Engine coolant temperature is above 70°C {158°F}.
P0101 MAF sensor circuit range/performance problem
• PCM monitors mass intake air flow amount when the engine is running.
— If the mass intake air flow amount is above 37 l/s for 5 s and the engine speed is below 2,000 rpm with the
engine running, the PCM determines that the detected mass intake air flow amount is too high.
— If the mass intake air flow amount is below 4.4—59 l/s (The value depends on engine speed.) for 5 s and
the engine speed is above 1,000 rpm with the engine running and the throttle opening angle above 50 %,
the PCM determines that detected the mass intake air flow amount is too low.
P0102 MAF sensor circuit low input
• The PCM monitors input voltage from the MAF sensor when the engine running. If the input voltage is below
0.21 V, the PCM determines that the MAF circuit has a malfunction.
P0103 MAF sensor circuit high input
• The PCM monitors the input voltage from the MAF sensor when the engine running. If the input voltage is
above 4.9 V, the PCM determines that the MAF circuit has a malfunction.
P0107 MAP sensor circuit low input
• The PCM monitors the input voltage from the MAP sensor when intake air temperature is above –10 °C {14
°F}. If the input voltage is below 0.1 V, the PCM determines that the MAP sensor circuit has a malfunction.
MONITORING CONDITIONS
— Calculated load: 13—32 %
P0108 MAP sensor circuit high input
• The PCM monitors the input voltage from the MAP sensor when intake air temperature is above –10 °C {14
°F}. If input the voltage is above 4.9 V, the PCM determines that the MAP sensor circuit has a malfunction.
MONITORING CONDITIONS
— Calculated load: 13—32 %
P0111 IAT sensor circuit range/performance problem
• If intake air temperature is higher than engine coolant temperature by 18 °C {32.4 °F} for 1.2 s with ignition
switch on*, the PCM determines that there is a intake air temperature sensor circuit range/performance
problem.
*: Ignition switch on when 6 h or more has passed since the previous ignition switch off
P0112 IAT sensor circuit low input
• The PCM monitors the IAT sensor signal. If the PCM detects that the IAT sensor voltage is below 0.16 V, the
PCM determines that the IAT sensor circuit has a malfunction.
P0113 IAT sensor circuit high input
• The PCM monitors the IAT sensor signal. If the PCM detects that the IAT sensor voltage is above 4.84 V, the
PCM determines that IAT sensor circuit has a malfunction.
P0116 Engine coolant temperature circuit range/performance
• The PCM monitors the maximum value and minimum value of engine coolant temperature when the engine is
started and 5 min have been passed after leaving the vehicle 6 h or more. If difference between maximum and
minimum values of engine coolant temperature is below 6 °C {10.8 °F} the PCM determines that there is an
ECT circuit range/performance problem.
P0117 ECT sensor circuit low input
• The PCM monitors the ECT sensor signal at PCM terminal 2AH. If the PCM detects the ECT sensor voltage
below 0.2 V, the PCM determines that the ECT sensor circuit has malfunction.
P0118 ECT sensor circuit high input
• The PCM monitors the ECT sensor signal at PCM terminal 2AH. If the PCM detects the ECT sensor voltage is
above 4.58 V, the PCM determines that the ECT sensor circuit has malfunction.
P0122 TP sensor No.1 circuit low input
• If the PCM detects that the TP sensor No.1 voltage is below 0.1 V while the engine is running, the PCM
determines that the TP sensor No.1 circuit has a malfunction.
P0123 TP sensor No.1 circuit high input
• If the PCM detects the TP sensor No.1 voltage is to be above 4.9 V after ignition switch to the ON position,
PCM determines that TP sensor No.1 circuit has a malfunction.
P0125 Excessive time to enter closed loop fuel control
• The PCM monitors the ECT sensor signal at PCM terminal 2AH after engine is started while the engine is cold.
If the engine coolant temperature does not reach the expected temperature for specified period, the PCM
determines that it has taken an excessive amount of time for the engine coolant temperature to reach the
temperature necessary to start closed-loop fuel control.
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P0126 Coolant thermostat stuck open
• If the ECT signal never exceeds 71 °C {160 °F} after engine start for specified period, PCM determines that the
coolant thermostat is stuck open.
MONITORING CONDITIONS
— IAT: above –10 °C {14 °F}
— Vehicle speed: over 6 km/h {3.7 mph}
P0128 Coolant thermostat stuck open
• PCM monitors MAF, IAT, VSS and EAT signals and calculate radiator’s heat radiation ratio while following
monitoring conditions are met. If calculated value exceeds threshold, PCM determines that the coolant
thermostat is stuck open.
MONITORING CONDITIONS
— IAT: above -10°C {14 °F}
— ECT at engine start: below 36 °C {97 °F}
— Difference between ECT at engine start and minimum IAT: below 6 °C {10.8 °F}
— Vehicle speed: over 30 km/h {18.6 mph}
P0130 Front HO2S circuit problem
• The PCM monitors the front HO2S impedance when under the front HO2S heater control. If the impedance is
more than 500 ohms, the PCM determines that there is a front HO2S circuit problem.
P0131 Front HO2S circuit low input
• The PCM monitors the input voltage from the front HO2S and the front HO2S output current when the engine is
running. If the input voltage is less than 1.8 V or the output current is less than –5 mA, the PCM determines
that the front HO2S circuit voltage is low.
P0132 Front HO2S circuit high input
• The PCM monitors the input voltage from the front HO2S and the front HO2S output current when the engine is
running. If the input voltage is more than 3.8 V or the output current is more than 5 mA, the PCM determines
that the front HO2S circuit voltage is high.
P0133 Front HO2S circuit problem
• The PCM monitors the peak differential value of oxygen sensor signal after A/F fluctuation being provided when
the following conditions are met. If the peak differential value is lower than the threshold value.
• The PCM determines that front HO2S circuit is slow.
MONITORING CONDITIONS
— HO2S heater, HO2S, and TWC Repair Verification Drive Mode
— Following conditions are met:
• Front HO2S heater monitor is completed.
• Fuel system loop status is closed loop fuel control.
— Engine speed: 1,750—3,500 rpm
— Charging efficiency: 25—63 % (at engine speed: 2,500 rpm)
— Intake air volume: 5—40 g/s
— Engine coolant temperature above 70 °C {158 °F}
P0134 Front HO2S no activity detected
• The PCM monitors the front HO2S element impedance when the following conditions are met. If the front
HO2S element impedance is 80 ohms or more, the PCM determines that front HO2S is not activated.
MONITORING CONDITIONS
— HO2S, HO2S heater and TWC Repair Verification Drive Mode
— Following conditions are met
• Time from engine start is above 30 s (ECT when engine start is 20 °C {68 °F}).
P0137 Rear HO2S circuit low input
• The PCM monitors input voltage from rear HO2S. If the input voltage from the rear HO2S is below 0.1 V for
35.2 s the PCM determines that circuit input is low.
MONITORING CONDITIONS
— HO2S, HO2S heater and TWC repair verification drive mode
— Following conditions are met.
• Engine speed is above 1,500 rpm.
• Engine coolant temperature is above 70 °C {158 °F}.
• Fuel injector control in rear HO2S closed loop control.
• The PCM monitors the input voltage from the rear HO2S when the following conditions are met. Under the
following monitoring conditions, if the input voltage from the rear HO2S does not even exceed 0.1 V though
the short term fuel trim is controlled up to 20.5 % for 9.6 s, the PCM determines that sensor circuit input is low.
MONITORING CONDITIONS
— HO2S, HO2S heater and TWC repair verification drive mode
— Following conditions are met for above 20.8 s.
• Engine speed is above 1,500 rpm.
• Engine coolant temperature is above 70 °C {158 °F}.
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P0138 Rear HO2S circuit high input
• The PCM monitors input voltage from rear HO2S. If the input voltage from the rear HO2S sensor is above 1.2
V for 0.8 s, the PCM determines that circuit input is high.
P0139 Rear HO2S circuit problem
• The PCM monitors the rich (0.4 V) to lean (0.3 V) response time of the rear HO2S. The PCM measures the
response time when the following conditions are met. The PCM determines a rear HO2S response
deterioration malfunction when the measured response time is more than the threshold value (80 ms) five
consecutive times.
MONITORING CONDITIONS
— PCM Adaptive Memory Production, HO2S heater, HO2S, and TWC Repair Verification Drive Mode
— Following conditions are met:
• During deceleration fuel cut
• Engine speed is above 500 rpm.
• Engine coolant temperature is above 70 °C {158 °F}.
• Rear HO2S output voltage ia above 0.4 V.
• The PCM monitors for a time-out malfunction (when rear HO2S remains above 0.3 V for longer than a
specified period of time during fuel cut control). The PCM measures the amount of time from when the following
conditions are met until the rear HO2S output voltage drops below 0.3 V. The PCM determines a rear HO2S
time-out malfunction when the detected time is more than the threshold value (6 s) three consecutive times.
MONITORING CONDITIONS
— PCM Adaptive Memory Production, HO2S heater, HO2S, and TWC Repair Verification Drive Mode
— Following conditions are met:
• During deceleration fuel cut
• Engine speed is above 500 rpm.
• Engine coolant temperature is above 70 °C {158 °F}.
• Rear HO2S is activated (more than 0.55 V)
P0140 Rear HO2S no activity detected
• The PCM monitors the input voltage from the rear HO2S when the following conditions are met. Under the
following monitoring conditions, if the input voltage from the rear HO2S does not even exceed 0.55 V though
the short term fuel trim is controlled up to 20.5% for 9.6 s, the PCM determines that sensor circuit is not
activated.
MONITORING CONDITIONS
— HO2S, HO2S heater and TWC repair verification drive mode
— Following conditions are met for above 20.8 s
• Engine speed is above 1,500 rpm.
• Engine coolant temperature is above 70 °C {158 °F}.
— Rear HO2S voltage is above 0.1 V
P0222 TP sensor No.2 circuit low input
• If PCM detects TP sensor No.2 voltage is to be below 0.1 V after the ignition switch to the ON position, the
PCM determines that TP circuit has a malfunction.
P0223 TP sensor No.2 circuit high input
• If the PCM detects the TP sensor No.2 voltage is to be above 4.9 V after the ignition switch to the ON position,
the PCM determines that the TP circuit has a malfunction.
P0300 Random misfire detected
• The PCM monitors CKP sensor input signal interval time. The PCM calculates change of interval time for each
cylinder. If change of interval time exceeds preprogrammed criteria, the PCM detects misfire in the
corresponding cylinder. While the engine is running, the PCM counts number of misfires that occurred at 200
crankshaft revolutions and 1,000 crankshaft revolutions and calculates misfire ratio for each crankshaft
revolution. If the ratio exceeds the preprogrammed criteria, the PCM determines that a misfire, which can
damage catalytic converter or affect emission performance, has occurred.
P0301, P0302, P0303, P0304 Cylinder No.1, No.2, No.3, No.4 misfire detected
• The PCM monitors CKP sensor input signal interval time. The PCM calculates the change of interval time for
each cylinder. If the change of interval time exceeds the preprogrammed criteria, the PCM detects a misfire in
the corresponding cylinder. While the engine is running, the PCM counts number of misfires that occurred at
200 crankshaft revolutions and 1,000 crankshaft revolutions and calculates misfire ratio for each
crankshaft revolution. If the ratio exceeds the preprogrammed criteria, the PCM determines that a misfire,
which can damage catalytic converter or affect emission performance, has occurred.
P0327 KS circuit low input
• The PCM monitors input signal from the KS when the engine is running. If the input voltage is below 0.01 V the
PCM determines that the KS circuit has a malfunction.
P0328 KS circuit high input
• The PCM monitors the input signal from the KS when the engine is running. If the input voltage is above 4.58 V
the PCM determines that KS circuit has a malfunction.
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P0335 CKP sensor circuit problem
• If the PCM does not receive the input voltage from the CKP sensor for 4.2 s while the MAF is 1.95 g/s {0.25 lb/
min.} or above, the PCM determines that the CKP sensor circuit has a malfunction.
• If a malfunction is detected in the input pulse pattern from the CKP sensor.
P0340 CMP sensor circuit problem
• The PCM monitors the input voltage from the CMP sensor when the engine is running. If the PCM does not
receive the input voltage from the CMP sensor while the PCM receives the input signal from the CKP sensor,
the PCM determines that the CMP circuit has a malfunction.
• If a malfunction is detected in the input pulse pattern from the CMP sensor.
P0401 EGR flow insufficient detected
• PCM monitors difference in intake manifold pressures when EGR is operated and when it is stopped. If the
difference is too small, PCM determines that EGR flow insufficient.
P0403 EGR valve (stepping motor) circuit problem
• The PCM monitors the EGR valve control signal voltage and current. If the following conditions are met, the
PCM determines that there is the EGR control circuit problem.
— The PCM turns the EGR valve off, but the voltage of the EGR valve control signal remains low.
— The PCM turns the EGR valve on, but the current of the EGR valve control signal remains high.
P0421 Warm up catalyst system efficiency below threshold
• PCM compares number of front HO2S and rear HO2S inversions for a predetermined time. PCM monitors
number of inversions rear side performs while front side inverts for a specified number of times when the
following monitoring conditions are met, PCM detects inversion ratio. If inversion ratio is below threshold, PCM
determines that catalyst has deteriorated.
MONITORING CONDITION
— Calculated TWC temperature: more than 400 °C {752 °F}
— Engine speed: 1,500—3,000 rpm
— LOAD: 15—48 % (at engine speed 2,000 rpm)
P0441 Evaporative emission control system incorrect purge flow
• PCM measures the purge line pressure, which is the vacuum when a following condition. If vacuum between
charcoal canister and intake manifold does not reach the specified, PCM determines that the EVAP system has
clogging.
MONITORING CONDITION
— Engine speed: 1,500—3,500 rpm
— Throttle opening angle:11—20 %
— Vehicle speed: 69.5—136 km/h {43.2—84.5 mph} [MT]/34.5—136 km/h {21.4—84.5 mph} [AT]
P0442 Evaporative emission control system leak detected (small leak)
• PCM measures the pump load current (EVAP line pressure) when the specified period has passed after EVAP
system is sealed when monitoring conditions are met. If the load does not reach the reference current value
within the specified period, PCM determines that the EVAP system has small leak.
MONITORING CONDITION
— The ignition switch is turned off.
— IAT: 4.4—35 °C {40—95 °F}
— Battery voltage: 11 V or above
— Atmospheric pressure: 72.2 kPa {542 mmHg, 21.3 inHg} or above
— Fuel tank level: 15—85%
— Time from engine off: 5 h 10 min.
P0443 Purge solenoid valve circuit problem
• The PCM monitors the purge solenoid valve control signal voltage and current. If the following conditions are
met, the PCM determines that there is the purge solenoid valve control circuit problem.
— The PCM turns the purge solenoid valve off, but the voltage of the purge solenoid valve control signal
remains low.
— The PCM turns the purge solenoid valve on, but the current of the purge solenoid valve control signal
remains high.
P0446 Change over valve (COV) (EVAP system leak detection pump) stuck close
• The PCM monitors pump load current (EVAP line pressure), while evaporative leak monitor is operating. When
the decrease in pump load current is less than the specification after the reference current value has been
obtained, the PCM determines change over valve (COV) in EVAP system leak detection pump has a
malfunction.
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P0455 Evaporative emission control system leak detected (gross leak)
• PCM measures the pump load current (EVAP line pressure) when the specified period has passed after EVAP
system is sealed when monitoring conditions are met. If the load does not reach the reference current value
within the specified period, PCM determines that the EVAP system has gross leak.
MONITORING CONDITION
— The ignition switch is turned off.
— IAT: 4.4—35 °C {40—95 °F}
— Battery voltage: 11 V or above
— Atmospheric pressure: 72.2 kPa {542 mmHg, 21.3 inHg} or above
— Fuel tank level: 15—85%
— Time from engine off: 5 h 10 min.
P0456 Evaporative emission control system leak detected (very small leak)
• PCM measure the pump load current (EVAP line pressure) when a specified period has passed after EVAP
system is sealed when monitoring conditions are met. If the load does not reach the reference load value or
rate of the load increase lower than the specified within a specified period, PCM determines that the EVAP
system has very small leak.
MONITORING CONDITION
— The ignition switch is turned off.
— IAT: 4.4—35 °C {40—95 °F}
— Battery voltage: 11 V or above
— Atmospheric pressure: 72.2 kPa {542 mmHg, 21.3 inHg} or above
— Fuel tank level: 15—85%
— Time from engine off: 5 h 10 min.
P0461 Fuel gauge sender unit range/performance problem
• The PCM monitors the fuel tank level difference before and after the PCM-calculated fuel consumption has
reached more than 25 L {26.4 US qt, 22 Imp qt}. If the difference is less than 5%, the PCM determines that
there is a fuel gauge sender unit range/performance problem.
P0462 Fuel gauge sender unit circuit low input
• The PCM monitors the fuel level signal and fuel gauge sender unit output voltage from the instrument cluster. If
the PCM detects a fuel level or fuel gauge sender unit output voltage is too low, the PCM determines that the
fuel gauge sender unit circuit has a malfunction.
P0463 Fuel gauge sender unit circuit high input
• The PCM monitors the fuel level signal and fuel gauge sender unit output voltage from the instrument cluster. If
the PCM detects a fuel level or fuel gauge sender unit output voltage is too high, the PCM determines that the
fuel gauge sender unit circuit has a malfunction.
P0480 Cooling fan relay No.1 control circuit malfunction
• The PCM monitors the cooling fan relay No.1 control signal voltage and current. If the following conditions are
met, the PCM determines that there is the cooling fan relay No.1 control circuit problem.
— The PCM turns the cooling fan relay No.1 off, but the voltage of the cooling fan relay No.1 control signal
remains low.
— The PCM turns the cooling fan relay No.1 on, but the current of the cooling fan relay No.1 control signal
remains high.
P0481 Cooling fan relay No.2 control circuit malfunction
• The PCM monitors the cooling fan relay No.2 control signal voltage and current. If the following conditions are
met, the PCM determines that there is the cooling fan relay No.2 control circuit problem.
— The PCM turns the cooling fan relay No.2 off, but the voltage of the cooling fan relay No.2 control signal
remains low.
— The PCM turns the cooling fan relay No.2 on, but the current of the cooling fan relay No.2 control signal
remains high.
P0482 Cooling fan relay No.3 control circuit malfunction
• The PCM monitors the cooling fan relay No.3 control signal voltage and current. If the following conditions are
met, the PCM determines that there is the cooling fan relay No.3 control circuit problem.
— The PCM turns the cooling fan relay No.3 off, but the voltage of the cooling fan relay No.3 control signal
remains low.
— The PCM turns the cooling fan relay No.3 on, but the current of the cooling fan relay No.3 control signal
remains high.
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P0500 VSS circuit problem
With ABS/DSC
• If an error in the wheel speed signal from the ABS/DSC HU/CM is detected by CAN when the following
conditions are met:
— Neutral switch and clutch pedal position switch are OFF
— Load is above 40 %
— Engine speed is 2,000 rpm or above
— Brake switch is OFF
— Shift lever position (P, N, R position) (AT)
MT without ABS/DSC
• Vehicle speed signal from vehicle speed sensor is below 3.7 km/h {2.3 mph} when the following conditions
are met:
— Neutral switch and clutch pedal position switch are OFF
— Load is above 40 %
— Engine speed is 2,000 rpm or above
— Brake switch is OFF
P0505 Idle speed control system problem
• The PCM cannot control idle speed toward target idle speed while KOER self test.
P0506 Idle speed control system RPM lower than expected
• Actual idle speed is lower than expected by 100 rpm for 14 s, when brake pedal is depressed (brake switch is
on) and steering wheel is held straight ahead (power steering pressure (PSP) switch is off).
P0507 Idle speed control system RPM higher than expected
• Actual idle speed is higher than expected by 200 rpm for 14 s, when the brake pedal is depressed (brake
switch is on) and steering wheel is held straight ahead (power steering pressure (PSP) switch is off).
P050A Cold start idle air control system performance
• Actual idle speed is lower than expected by 100 rpm for 8.4 s when the target idle speed correction value for
cold start is above 0 rpm or ignition retard value is above 10 ° CA.
Note
• If atmospheric pressure is less than 72.3 kPa {542 mmHg, 21.3 inHg} or intake air temperature is below
-10 °C {14 °F}, the PCM cancels diagnosis of P050A.
P050B Cold start ignition timing performance
• The PCM monitors actual ignition timing using the CKP sensor while electronic spark advance control fast idle
correction operating. If the ignition timing is out of specified range, the PCM determines that the ignition timing
at cold condition has performance problem.
P0550 PSP switch circuit malfunction
• The PCM monitors PSP switch signal at PCM terminal 2T. If input voltage is low voltage (switch stays on) for 1
min. when the VSS is above 60.0 km/h {37.4 mph} and ECT is above 60 °C {140 °F}, the PCM determines
that PSP switch circuit has malfunction.
P0564 Cruise control switch circuit malfunction
• The PCM monitors the cruise control switch signal at PCM terminal 1AQ. If the PCM detects that any one of
following switches (ON OFF, SET/-, SET/COAST, RES/+) remains on for 2 min, the PCM determines that the
cruise control switch circuit has a malfunction.
P0571 Brake switch circuit problem
• The PCM monitors changes in input voltage for brake switch No.1 and No.2. If the PCM detects that both brake
switches No.1 and No.2 remain on or off for 15 s, it determines that the brake switch circuit has a malfunction.
P0601 PCM memory check sum error
• PCM internal memory check sum error
P0602 PCM programming error
• No configuration data in the PCM
P0604 PCM random access memory (RAM) error
• PCM internal RAM malfunction.
P0606 PCM processor
• The PCM internal CPU malfunction
P0610 PCM vehicle options error
• PCM data configuration error
P0638 Throttle actuator control circuit range/performance problem
• The PCM compares the actual TP with the target TP when the engine is running. If the difference is more than
the specification, the PCM determines that there is a throttle actuator control circuit range/performance
problem.
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P0661 Variable intake air solenoid valve circuit low input
• The PCM monitors the variable intake air solenoid valve control signal. If the PCM turns variable intake air
solenoid valve off but voltage at PCM terminal still remains low, the PCM determines that variable intake air
solenoid valve circuit has malfunction.
P0662 Variable intake air solenoid valve circuit high input
• The PCM monitors the variable intake air solenoid valve control signal at PCM terminal. If the PCM turns
variable intake air solenoid valve on but voltage at PCM terminal still remains high, the PCM determines that
the variable intake air solenoid valve circuit has malfunction.
P0703 Brake switch input circuit problem
• The PCM monitors changes in input voltage from the brake switch No.1. If the PCM does not the voltage
changes while alternately accelerating and decelerating 8 times, the PCM determines that the brake switch
No.1 circuit has a malfunction.
P0704 Clutch pedal position (CPP) switch input circuit problem
• The PCM monitors changes in input voltage from the CPP switch. If the PCM does not detect the voltage
changes while the vehicle runs with vehicle speed above 30 km/h {19 mph} and stops 8 times alternately, the
PCM determines that the CPP switch circuit has a malfunction.
P0850 Neutral switch input circuit problem
• The PCM monitors changes in input voltage from the neutral switch. If the PCM does not detect the voltage
changes while driving the vehicle at a vehicle speed above 30 km/h {19 mph} and clutch pedal turns press
and depress 10 times repeatedly, the PCM determines that the neutral switch circuit has a malfunction
P1260 Immobilizer system problem
• The instrument cluster detects an immobilizer system malfunction.
P2088 Oil control valve (OCV) circuit low
• The PCM monitors the OCV voltage. If the PCM detects the OCV control voltage (calculated from the OCV) is
below the threshold voltage (calculated from the battery positive voltage), the PCM determines that the OCV
circuit has a malfunction.
P2089 Oil control valve (OCV) circuit high
• The PCM monitors the OCV voltage. If the PCM detects that the OCV control voltage (calculated from the
OCV) is above the threshold voltage (calculated from battery positive voltage), the PCM determines that the
OCV circuit has a malfunction.
P2096 Target A/F feedback system too lean
• The PCM monitors the target A/F fuel trim when under the target A/F feedback control. If the fuel trim is more
than the specification, the PCM determines that the target A/F feedback system is too lean.
MONITORING CONDITION
— Rear HO2S voltage is above 0.1 V
P2097 Target A/F feedback system too rich
• The PCM monitors the target A/F fuel trim when under the target A/F feedback control. If the fuel trim is less
than specification, the PCM determines that the target A/F feedback system is too rich.
P2101 Throttle actuator circuit range/performance
• The PCM monitors the input voltage from the drive-by-wire relay when the PCM turns the drive-by-wire relay
on. If the input voltage is less than 5.0 V, the PCM determines that the drive-by-wire relay control circuit
voltage is low.
• The PCM monitors the input voltage from the drive-by-wire relay when the PCM turns the drive-by-wire relay
off. If the input voltage is more than 5.0 V the PCM determines that the drive-by-wire relay control circuit
voltage is high.
P2107 Throttle actuator control module processor error
• Throttle actuator control module internal processor error
P2108 Throttle actuator control module performance error
• PCM internal malfunction.
P2109 TP sensor minimum stop range/performance problem
• The PCM monitors the minimum TP when the closed TP learning is completed. If the TP is less than 6.03% or
more than 18.7%, the PCM determines that there is a TP sensor minimum stop range/performance problem.
P2112 Throttle actuator control system range/performance problem
• The PCM monitors the throttle actuator control duty ratio when the engine is running. If the duty ratio is more
than 95%, the PCM determines that there is a throttle actuator control system range/performance problem.
P2119 Throttle actuator control throttle body range/performance problem
• The PCM compares the actual TP with initial setting TP when the ignition switch is off. If the difference is less
than the specification, the PCM determines that there is a throttle actuator control circuit range/performance
problem.
P2122 APP sensor No.1 circuit low input
• The PCM monitors the input voltage from APP sensor No.1 when the engine is running. If the input voltage is
less than 0.35 V, the PCM determines that the APP sensor No.1 circuit input voltage is low.
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P2123 APP sensor No.1 circuit high input
• The PCM monitors the input voltage from APP sensor No.1 when the engine is running. If the input voltage is
above 4.8 V, the PCM determines that the APP sensor No.1 circuit input voltage is high.
P2127 APP sensor No.2 circuit low input
• The PCM monitors the input voltage from APP sensor No.2 when the engine is running. If the input voltage is
less than 0.35 V, the PCM determines that the APP sensor No.2 circuit has a malfunction.
P2128 APP sensor No.2 circuit high input
• The PCM monitors the input voltage from APP sensor No.2 when the engine is running. If the input voltage is
more than 4.8 V, the PCM determines that the APP sensor No.2 circuit has a malfunction.
P2135 TP sensor No.1/No.2 voltage correlation problem
• The PCM compares the input voltage from TP sensor No.1 with the input voltage from TP sensor No.2 when
the engine is running. If the difference is more than the specification, the PCM determines that there is a TP
sensor No.1/No.2 voltage correlation problem.
P2138 APP sensor No.1/No.2 voltage correlation problem
• The PCM compares the input voltage from APP sensor No.1 with the input voltage from APP sensor No.2 when
the engine is running. If the difference is more than the specification, the PCM determines that there is an APP
sensor No.1/No.2 angle correlation problem.
P2177 Fuel system too lean at off idle
• PCM monitors short term fuel trim (SHRTFT), long term fuel trim (LONGFT) during closed loop fuel control at
off-idle. If the LONGFT and the sum total of these fuel trims exceed preprogrammed criteria. PCM determines
that fuel system is too lean at off-idle.
P2178 Fuel system too rich at off idle
• PCM monitors short term fuel trim (SHRTFT), long term fuel trim (LONGFT) during closed loop fuel control at
off-idle. If the LONGFT and the sum total of these fuel trims exceed preprogrammed criteria. PCM determines
that fuel system is too rich at off-idle.
P2187 Fuel system too lean at idle
• PCM monitors short term fuel trim (SHRTFT) and long term fuel trim (LONGFT) during closed loop fuel control
at idle. If the LONGFT and the sum total of these fuel trims exceed preprogrammed criteria. PCM determines
that fuel system is too lean at idle.
P2188 Fuel system too rich at idle
• PCM monitors short term fuel trim (SHRTFT), long term fuel trim (LONGFT) during closed loop fuel control at
idle. If the LONGFT and the sum total of these fuel trims exceed preprogrammed criteria. PCM determines that
fuel system is too rich at idle.
P2195 Front HO2S signal stuck lean
• The PCM monitors the front HO2S output when the following conditions are met. If the output is more than
1.15 for 25 s, the PCM determines that the front HO2S signal remains lean.
MONITORING CONDITION
— ECT: more than 70 °C {158 °F}
— Engine speed: 1,000—3,200 rpm
— MAF amount: 6—80 g/s {0.80—10.58 lb/min}
— Target A/F feedback system status: feedback control
— Output voltage from the middle HO2S: more than 0.2 V
P2196 Front HO2S signal stuck rich
• The PCM monitors the front HO2S output current when the following conditions are met. If the output current is
less than 0.85 for 25 s, the PCM determines that the front HO2S signal remains rich.
MONITORING CONDITION
— ECT: more than 70 °C {158 °F}
— Engine speed: 1,000—3,200 rpm
— MAF amount: 6—80 g/s {0.80—10.58 lb/min}
— Target A/F feedback system status: feedback control
— Output voltage from the middle HO2S: less than 0.7 V
P2228 BARO sensor circuit low input
• PCM monitors input voltage from BARO sensor. If input voltage is below 2.1 V, PCM determines that BARO
sensor circuit has malfunction.
P2229 BARO sensor circuit high input
• PCM monitors input voltage from BARO sensor. If input voltage is above 4.0 V, PCM determines that BARO
sensor circuit has malfunction.
P2401 EVAP system leak detection pump motor circuit low
• The PCM monitors pump load current (EVAP line pressure), while evaporative leak monitor is operating. If the
pump load current is lower than specified, the PCM determines EVAP system leak detection pump motor circuit
has a malfunction.
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P2402 EVAP system leak detection pump motor circuit high
• The PCM monitors pump load current (EVAP line pressure), while evaporative leak monitor is operating. If the
pump load current is higher than specified, the PCM determines EVAP system leak detection pump motor
circuit has a malfunction.
P2404 EVAP system leak detection pump sense circuit problem
• The PCM monitors pump load current (EVAP line pressure), while evaporative leak monitor is operating. After
obtaining the reference current value, if the time in which the pump load current reaches the reference current
value is less than the specification, the PCM determines air filter has a malfunction.
P2405 EVAP system leak detection pump sense circuit low input
• The PCM monitors pump load current (EVAP line pressure), while evaporative leak monitor is operating. If the
current is lower than the specification while the PCM obtains the reference current value, the PCM determines
EVAP system leak detection pump orifice has a malfunction.
P2407 EVAP system leak detection pump sense circuit intermittent
• The PCM monitors pump load current (EVAP line pressure), while evaporative leak monitor is operating. When
either of the following is detected 6 times or more successively, the PCM determines EVAP system leak
detection pump heater has a malfunction:
— While obtaining the reference current value, the change in pump load current exceeds the specification.
— After obtaining the reference current value, the pump load current is kept lower than the maximum pump
load current for more than the specified time.
P2502 Charging system voltage problem
• PCM judges generator output voltage is above 17 V or battery voltage is below 11 V during engine running.
P2503 Charging system voltage low
• PCM needs more than 20 A from generator, and judges generator output voltage to be below 8.5 V during
engine running.
P2504 Charging system voltage high
• PCM judges generator output voltage is above 18.5 V or battery voltage is above 16.0 V during engine
running.
P2507 PCM B+ voltage low
• The PCM monitors the voltage of back-up battery positive terminal. If the PCM detects battery positive terminal
voltage below 2.5 V for 2 s, the PCM determines that the backup voltage circuit has a malfunction.
P2610 PCM internal engine off timer performance
• PCM internal engine off timer is damaged.
End Of Sie
KOEO/KOER SELF-TEST[LF]
id010245100400
• The self-test function consists of the KOEO (Key On Engine Off) self-test, performed when the ignition switch is
turned to the ON position and the engine is stopped; and the KOER (Key On Engine Running) self-test,
performed when idling. If a malfunction is detected when either self-test is executed, a DTC is displayed on the
Mazda Modular Diagnostic System (M-MDS). Using the self-test function, the present malfunction or a
successful repair is readily confirmed. Refer to the self-test function table for the corresponding DTCs.
KOEO (Key ON, Engine Off) Self-test
• The KOEO self-test is a powertrain control system self-diagnosis, performed when the ignition switch is turned
to the ON position and the engine is stopped. A KOEO self-test begins when the connected Mazda Modular
Diagnostic System (M-MDS) sends an execute command to the PCM.
• As the KOEO self-test is performed, the PCM performs the inspection for set DTCs and if a malfunction is
detected the DTC is displayed on the Mazda Modular Diagnostic System (M-MDS).
KOER (Key ON, Engine Running) Self-test
• The KOER self-test is a powertrain control system self-diagnosis, performed when the ignition switch is turned
to the ON position and the engine is idling. A KOER self-test begins when the connected Mazda Modular
Diagnostic System (M-MDS) sends an execute command to the PCM.
• As the KOER self-test is performed, the PCM performs the inspection for set DTCs and if a malfunction is
detected the DTC is displayed on the Mazda Modular Diagnostic System (M-MDS).
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KOEO/KOER self-test table
DTC No.
07MY
06MY
B1342
←
P0011
←
P0012
←
P0016
←
P0030
←
P0031
←
P0032
←
P0037
←
P0038
←
P0069
←
P0101
←
P0102
←
P0103
←
P0107
←
P0108
←
P0111
←
P0112
←
P0113
←
P0116
←
P0117
←
P0118
←
P0122
←
P0123
←
P0125
←
P0126
←
P0128
←
P0130
←
P0131
←
P0132
←
P0133
←
P0134
←
P0137
←
P0138
←
P0139
←
P0140
←
P0222
←
P0223
←
P0300
←
P0301
←
P0302
←
P0303
←
P0304
←
P0327
←
P0328
←
P0335
←
P0340
←
P0401
←
P0403
←
P0421
←
P0441
←
P0442
←
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×: Applicable
N/A: Not applicable
Condition
PCM malfunction
CMP timing over-advanced
CMP timing over-retarded
CKP-CMP correlation
Front HO2S heater control circuit problem
Front HO2S heater circuit low input
Front HO2S heater circuit high input
Rear HO2S heater circuit low input
Rear HO2S heater circuit high input
Manifold absolute pressure/atmospheric pressure correlation
MAF sensor circuit range/performance problem
MAF sensor circuit low input
MAF sensor circuit high input
MAP sensor circuit low input
MAP sensor circuit high input
IAT sensor circuit range/performance problem
IAT sensor circuit low input
IAT sensor circuit high input
Engine coolant temperature circuit range/performance
ECT sensor circuit low input
ECT sensor circuit high input
TP sensor No.1 circuit low input
TP sensor No.1 circuit high input
Excessive time to enter closed loop fuel control
Coolant thermostat stuck open
Front HO2S circuit problem
Front HO2S circuit low input
Front HO2S circuit high input
Front HO2S circuit problem
Front HO2S no activity detected
Rear HO2S circuit low input
Rear HO2S circuit high input
Rear HO2S circuit problem
Rear HO2S no activity detected
TP sensor No.2 circuit low input
TP sensor No.2 circuit high input
Random misfire detected
Cylinder No.1 misfire detected
Cylinder No.2 misfire detected
Cylinder No.3 misfire detected
Cylinder No.4 misfire detected
KS circuit low input
KS circuit high input
CKP sensor circuit problem
CMP sensor circuit problem
EGR flow insufficient detected
EGR valve (stepping motor) circuit problem
Warm up catalyst system efficiency below threshold
Evaporative emission control system incorrect purge flow
Evaporative emission control system leak detected (small leak)
Test condition
KOEO
KOER
×
N/A
N/A
×
N/A
×
N/A
N/A
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
N/A
N/A
×
×
×
×
N/A
N/A
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
×
×
×
×
×
×
N/A
N/A
N/A
×
×
×
×
×
N/A
N/A
N/A
×
×
×
×
×
N/A
×
N/A
×
N/A
×
N/A
×
N/A
×
×
×
×
×
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
×
×
×
N/A
N/A
N/A
×
N/A
×
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Condition
Test condition
KOEO
KOER
×
×
P0455
←
Purge solenoid valve circuit problem
Change over valve (COV) (EVAP system leak detection pump) stuck
close
Evaporative emission control system leak detected (gross leak)
N/A
×
P0456*1
←
Evaporative emission control system leak detected (very small leak)
N/A
×
P0461
P0462
P0463
P0480
P0481
P0482
←
←
←
←
←
←
Fuel gauge sender unit range/performance problem
Fuel gauge sender unit circuit low input
Fuel gauge sender unit circuit high input
Cooling fan relay No.1 control circuit malfunction
Cooling fan relay No.2 control circuit malfunction
Cooling fan relay No.3 control circuit malfunction
N/A
×
×
×
×
×
N/A
×
×
×
×
×
P0500*3
P0505
P0506
P0507
P050A
P050B
P0550
P0564
P0571
P0601
P0602
P0604
P0606
P0610
P0638
P0661
P0662
P0703
←
VSS circuit problem
N/A
N/A
←
←
←
N/A
N/A
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
Idle speed control system problem
Idle speed control system RPM lower than expected
Idle speed control system RPM higher than expected
Cold start idle air control system performance
Cold start ignition timing performance
PSP switch circuit malfunction
Cruise control switch circuit malfunction
Brake switch circuit problem
PCM memory check sum error
PCM programming error
PCM random access memory (RAM) error
PCM processor
PCM vehicle options error
Throttle actuator control circuit range/performance problem
Variable intake air solenoid valve circuit low input
Variable intake air solenoid valve circuit high input
Brake switch input circuit problem
N/A
N/A
N/A
×
×
N/A
N/A
N/A
×
×
×
×
×
N/A
×
×
N/A
×
N/A
×
×
×
N/A
N/A
N/A
×
×
×
×
×
N/A
×
×
N/A
P0704*2
←
Clutch pedal position (CPP) switch input circuit problem
N/A
N/A
*2
←
Neutral switch input circuit problem
N/A
N/A
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
Immobilizer system problem
Oil control valve (OCV) circuit low
Oil control valve (OCV) circuit high
Target A/F feedback system too lean
Target A/F feedback system too rich
Throttle actuator circuit range/performance
Throttle actuator control module processor error
Throttle actuator control module performance error
TP sensor minimum stop range/performance problem
Throttle actuator control system range/performance problem
Throttle actuator control throttle body range/performance problem
APP sensor No.1 circuit low input
APP sensor No.1 circuit high input
APP sensor No.2 circuit low input
APP sensor No.2 circuit high input
TP sensor No.1/No.2 voltage correlation problem
APP sensor No.1/No.2 voltage correlation problem
Fuel system too lean at off idle
Fuel system too rich at off idle
Fuel system too lean at idle
Fuel system too rich at idle
×
×
×
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
×
×
×
×
×
×
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
×
×
N/A
N/A
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
←
P0446
P0850
P1260
P2088
P2089
P2096
P2097
P2101
P2107
P2108
P2109
P2112
P2119
P2122
P2123
P2127
P2128
P2135
P2138
P2177
P2178
P2187
P2188
N/A
×
01-02–19
Mazda MX-5
DTC No.
07MY
06MY
P0443
←
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2006年7月3日 月曜日 午前9時50分
ON-BOARD DIAGNOSTIC [LF]
DTC No.
07MY
06MY
P2195
←
P2196
←
P2228
←
P2229
←
P2401
←
P2402
←
P2404
←
P2405
←
P2407
←
P2502
←
P2503
←
P2504
←
P2507
←
P2610
←
*1
*2
*3
Test condition
KOEO
KOER
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
×
×
×
×
N/A
×
N/A
×
N/A
×
N/A
×
N/A
×
N/A
×
N/A
×
N/A
×
×
×
N/A
N/A
Condition
Front HO2S signal stuck lean
Front HO2S signal stuck rich
BARO sensor circuit low input
BARO sensor circuit high input
EVAP system leak detection pump motor circuit low
EVAP system leak detection pump motor circuit high
EVAP system leak detection pump sense circuit problem
EVAP system leak detection pump sense circuit low input
EVAP system leak detection pump sense circuit intermittent
Charging system voltage problem
Charging system voltage low
Charging system voltage high
PCM B+ voltage low
PCM internal engine off timer performance
: California emission regulation applicable model
: MT
: With ABS/DSC or MT without ABS/DSC
End Of Sie
PID/DATA MONITOR AND RECORD[LF]
id010245100500
• The PID/DATA monitor items are shown below.
PID/DATA monitor table (reference)
Item
07MY
AAT
AC_REQ
ACCS
AFR
AFR_ACT
ALTF
ALTT V
APP
APP1
APP2
ARPMDES
BARO
BOO
BPA
CATT11_DSD
CHRGLP
COLP
06MY
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
N/A
←
←
←
definition
Ambient air temperature
Refrigerant pressure switch (high, low)
A/C relay
Air/fuel ratio
Actual air/fuel ratio
Generator field coil control duty value
Generator output voltage
Accelerator pedal position
Barometric pressure
Brake switch
Brake pressure applied switch
Catalyst temperature
Generator warning light
Refrigerant pressure switch (middle)
CPP/PNP*1
DTCCNT
←
Shift lever position
←
←
←
←
Number of DTC detected
Engine coolant temperature
Actual lambda signal
°F
Off/On
Off/On
N/A
N/A
%
V
%
%
V
%
V
RPM
Pa
V
Off/On
Off/On
Target engine speed
Clutch pedal position
01-02–20
°C
APP sensor No.2
←
EQ_RAT11
Unit/Condition
APP sensor No.1
CPP*1
ECT
×: Applicable
N/A: Not applicable
PCM
terminal
N/A
1AU
1I
2AD
N/A
2AI
2AJ
1AO, 1AP
1AO
1AP
N/A
N/A
Off/On
OFF/ON
1AB, 1AF
N/A
N/A
N/A
1J
Off/On
1D
Drive/Neutral
1X
N/A
N/A
°C
°F
°C
°F
V
N/A
2AH
N/A
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2006年7月3日 月曜日 午前9時50分
ON-BOARD DIAGNOSTIC [LF]
definition
06MY
Unit/Condition
PCM
terminal
←
Target lambda
N/A
N/A
Throttle control
°
%
°
%
Off/On
Off/On
Off/On
%
Off/On
N/A
EVAPCP
FAN1
FAN2
FAN3
FLI
FP
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
FUELPW
←
ETC_DSD
Throttle control desired
Purge solenoid valve duty value
Cooling fan relay No.1 control signal
Cooling fan relay No.2 control signal
Cooling fan relay No.3 control signal
Fuel level
Fuel pump relay
Fuel injector duration
FUELSYS
←
Fuel system status
GENVDSD
HTR11
HTR12
Target generator voltage
Front HO2S heater control
Rear HO2S heater control
IVS
KNOCKR
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
LDP_EVAPCP
←
LDP_IDL
LDP_MON
LDP_REF
LDP_SLDV
LDP_VSL_FV
LDP_VSL_SV
←
←
←
←
←
←
CTP condition
Knocking retard
EVAP system leak detection pump detect incorrect
purge flow
EVAP system leak detection pump idle current
EVAP system leak detection pump monitoring current
EVAP system leak detection pump reference current
EVAP system small leak detection value
EVAP system very small leak detection fail value
EVAP system very small leak detection safe value
LDP_VSLDV*2
LOAD
LONGFT1
←
EVAP system very small leak detection value
Engine load
Long term fuel trim
MIL
MIL_DIS
O2S11
O2S12
PSP
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
Malfunction indicator lamp
Travelled distance since MIL illuminated
Front HO2S
Rear HO2S
PSP switch
RFCFLAG
←
PCM adaptive memory produce verification
RO2FT1
RPM
SCCS
←
←
←
Rear HO2S fuel trim
Engine speed
Cruise control switch
SEGRP
←
EGR control
SEGRP DSD
←
EGR valve position desired
IAT
IMTV
INGEAR
MAF
MAP
Intake air temperature
Variable intake air control
Gears are engaged
Mass air flow
Manifold absolute pressure
sec
OL/CL/
OL–Drive/
OL–Fault/
CL–Fault
V
Off/On
Off/On
°C
°F
V
Off/On
N/A
2C
1M
1N
1R
N/A
1H
2BB, 2BC,
2BD, 2AZ
N/A
N/A
2BG
2BE
1AT
Idle/Off Idle
°
2J
1D,1X
N/A
N/A
2U
A
N/A
A
A
A
A
mA/sec
mA/sec
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
mA/sec
N/A
%
%
g/sec
V
Pa
V
Off/On
km
A
V
Low/High
Not Learnt/
Learnt
N/A
RPM
V
N/A
N/A
Off/On
N/A
%
1AK
2AG
N/A
N/A
2AD
2Q
2T
N/A
N/A
2W
1AQ
2K, 2G, 2L,
2H
N/A
01-02–21
Mazda MX-5
Item
07MY
EQ_RAT11_D
SD
ETC_ACT
3404-1U-05F(01-02).fm 22 ページ
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ON-BOARD DIAGNOSTIC [LF]
Item
07MY
SELTESTDTC
SHRTFT1
SHRTFT12
SPARKADV
test
TIRESIZE
TP REL
TP1
TP2
TPCT
VPWR
06MY
N/A
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
definition
Diagnostic trouble codes
Short term fuel trim (front)
Short term fuel trim (rear)
Ignition timing
Test mode
Tire revolution per mile
Throttle position signal (relative value)
TP sensor No.1
TP sensor No.2
TP sensor voltage at CTP
Battery positive voltage
Unit/Condition
N/A
%
%
°
Off/On
rev/mile
%
%
V
%
V
V
V
←
VSS
←
VT ACT1
←
VT DIFF1
←
VT DUTY1
←
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
01-02–22
N/A
N/A
N/A
2S
N/A
N/A
N/A
2AK
2AL
N/A
1BA
2O*4
Vehicle speed
Actual valve timing
Difference between target valve timing and actual
valve timing
OCV control)
: MT
: California emission regulation applicable model
: With ABS, DSC HU/CM
: MT without ABS/DSC
: AT without ABS/DSC
End Of Sie
PCM
terminal
KPH
°
1AM*3, 5,
1AI*3, 5
2E
°
N/A
%
2E
3404-1U-05F(01-02).fm 23 ページ
2006年7月3日 月曜日 午前9時50分
ON-BOARD DIAGNOSTIC [LF]
SIMULATION TEST[LF]
id010245100600
• The simulation items are shown below.
Simulation item table
06MY
←
←
N/A
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
←
Applicable component
Unit/condition
Off/On
%
RPM
%
Off/On
Off/On
Off/On
Off/On
%
V
Off/On
Off/On
Off/On
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
SEGRP
←
test
VT DUTY1
Wt
←
A/C relay
Generator (field coil)
Target engine speed
Purge solenoid valve
Cooling fan relay No.1
Cooling fan relay No.2
Cooling fan relay No.3
Fuel pump relay
Fuel injector
Target generator voltage
Front HO2S heater
Rear HO2S heater
Variable intake air solenoid valve
Fuel injector No.1
Fuel injector No.2
Fuel injector No.3
Fuel injector No.4
EGR valve stepping motor
position
Test mode
←
CMP sensor
Test condition
KOEO
KOER
×
×
N/A
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
N/A
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
N/A
×
N/A
×
N/A
×
N/A
×
PCM terminal
1I
2AI
N/A
2C
1M
1N
1R
1H
2BB, 2BC, 2BD, 2AZ
N/A
2BG
2BE
2J
2BB
2BC
2BD
2AZ
N/A
×
×
2K, 2G, 2L, 2H
Off/On
×
×
N/A
%
×
×
2E
End Of Sie
01-02–23
Mazda MX-5
Item
07MY
ACCS
ALTF
ARPMDES
EVAPCP
FAN1
FAN2
FAN3
FP
FUELPW1
GENVDSD
HTR11
HTR12
IMTV
INJ_1
INJ_2
INJ_3
INJ_4
×: Applicable
N/A: Not applicable
3404-1U-05F(01-40).fm 1 ページ
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CONTROL SYSTEM [LF]
01-40
CONTROL SYSTEM [LF]
FUEL INJECTION CONTROL
OPERATION[LF] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01-40–1
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01-40–1
Injection Time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01-40–1
Determination of Effective
Injection Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01-40–2
Fuel Cut. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01-40–4
End of Toc
FUEL INJECTION CONTROL OPERATION[LF]
NG: ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM
id014045101900
Injection Time
• The PCM calculates the fuel injection amount according to the engine operation conditions as the fuel injection
time and energizes the fuel injectors.
Fuel injector energization time and operation conditions
• The fuel injectors cause an operation delay with
INEFFECTIVE
the start of energization from the PCM. The PCM
INJECTION TIME
calculates the fuel injection time by adding the
non-injection time (ineffective injection time) with
FUEL INJECTION TIME
the actual injection time (effective injection time),
ON
and energizes the fuel injectors for this time.
INJECTION
• The fuel injection time is based on the following
SIGNAL
EFFECTIVE
formula:
INJECTION TIME
Fuel injection time = effective injection time +
OFF
ineffective injection time
FUEL INJECTOR OPENING
Ineffective injection time
VALVE ELECTRICAL
— The fuel injectors cause a delay in operation
CURRENT
FUEL INJECTOR
due to a delay in the build-up of operation
CURRENT
current from coil inductance with the start of
energization, and by the mass of the needle
0
valve and plunger, and spring resistance. This
delay is the ineffective injection time.
OPEN
— The non-injection time is affected by the
FUEL INJECTOR VALVE
FUEL INJECTOR
change in battery voltage. Accordingly, the
OPENING TIME
PCM sets the non-injection time according to
CLOSED
the battery voltage
Effective injection time
amxuun0000003
— The fuel injector opening valve time which is
the actual fuel injection time is called the
effective injection amount.
01-40–1
Mazda MX-5
Operation
Injection timing
• There is synchronized fuel injection, which performs fuel injection by the setting of the crankshaft position, and
non-synchronized fuel injection which performs fuel injection when the condition for fuel injection is met
regardless of the crankshaft position.
Synchronized fuel injection
• The crankshaft rotation is synchronized by each intake and exhaust stroke of the cylinders, and fuel injection is
performed by the fuel injection timing and the injection amount corresponding to the input signals of the
following sensors.
— CKP sensor, MAF sensor, ECT sensor, IAT sensor
Non-synchronized fuel injection
• The crankshaft rotation is not synchronized and fuel injection is performed by the injection timing and injection
amount as triggered by the input signals of the following sensors.
— TP sensor, MAF sensor, ECT sensor, IAT sensor
Relation between synchronized and non-synchronized fuel injection
• If synchronized and non-synchronized fuel injection happen to occur together, fuel is injected by adding the fuel
injection timing of both.
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CONTROL SYSTEM [LF]
Determination of Effective Injection Time
• The PCM divides the engine operation conditions into control zones according to engine speed and engine
load and determines the effective injection time at each control zone to perform optimum air/fuel ratio control in
all engine driving ranges.
LARGE
HIGH LOAD VOLUME
INCREASE ZONE
INTAKE AIR AMOUNT
EXCESSIVE SPEED
FUEL CUT ZONE
START
ZONE
FEEDBACK ZONE
DECELERATION
FUEL CUT ZONE
ENGINE SPEED
HIGH
amxuun0000003
Start zone
Purpose
• Improved engine startability
Operation condition
• When engine speed is 500 rpm or less.
Determination of fuel injection time
• According to engine coolant temperature (ECT sensor) and engine speed (CKP sensor)
Feedback Zone
Purpose
• Improved fuel economy
• Improved exhaust gas purification
Control condition
• During engine operation other than high load volume increase zone and engine start zone.
Determination of fuel injection time
• During normal driving, the amounts of various correction types are added to the basic injection time to set to
the theoretical air/fuel ratio.
High load volume increase zone
Purpose
• Improved driveability
• TWC protection
Control condition
• Either the charging efficiency or the throttle valve opening angle is a fixed value or more.
Determination of fuel injection time
• Corrections are added to the basic injection amount and the high load coefficient is calculated according to the
engine speed, mass intake airflow amount and the throttle valve opening angle.
Excessive speed fuel cut zone
Purpose
• Engine protection
Control conditions
• When the engine speed is 7,000 rpm or more (WOT).
• When engine speed is 5,500 rpm or more and the engine coolant temperature is approx. -15 °C {5 °F} or less.
• When the following conditions continue for 5 min or more:
— Vehicle is stopped.
— Engine speed is 1,500 rpm or more.
— Engine coolant temperature is approx. 40 °C {104 °F}.
• When the following conditions continue for 2 min or more:
— Vehicle is stopped.
— Engine speed is 3,000 rpm or more.
— Engine coolant temperature is approx. 40 °C {104 °F}.
01-40–2
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CONTROL SYSTEM [LF]
• When the following conditions continue for 10 s or more:
— Vehicle is stopped.
— Engine speed is 6,500 rpm or more.
— Engine coolant temperature is approx. 40 °C {104 °F}.
Note
• The PCM determines that the driver continues to unintentionally depress the accelerator pedal
Determination of fuel injection time
• Fuel injection time is set to 0 (fuel cut).
Deceleration fuel cut zone
Purpose
• Improved fuel economy
• Prevents overheating of the catalytic converter
Control conditions
• When the engine conditions are as follows (10 s or longer after engine start):
— Fully closed throttle valve
— When the engine speed is at set value or more (differs depending on the ECT) (charging efficiency at fixed
value or more, mass airflow sensor normal)
Determination of fuel injection time
• The fuel injection time is set to 0 (fuel cut).
Calculation method list for fuel injection time
A: Fuel injection time base, B: Correction for fuel injection time
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
B
A
Purpose: Maintains stability of engine speed just after engine start
Correction condition
Volume increase
correction at engine start
• Specified time according to engine coolant temperature directly
after engine start
Correction amount
• Low engine coolant temperature→large correction
• Low intake air temperature→large correction
Purpose: Controls air/fuel ratio to the theoretical air/fuel ratio
Correction condition
• When engine coolant temperature is at set value or more
Front HO2S feedback
correction
Correction amount
• Front HO2S current value 0 mA or less→volume decrease
correction
• Front HO2S current value 0 mA or more→volume increase
correction
Purpose: Corrects feedback amount according to deterioration of
front HO2S and catalytic converter
B
Correction condition
Rear HO2S feedback
correction
• Engine coolant temperature is at set value or more
• Engine speed is 500—4,250 rpm
• Charging efficiency is 10—80%
B
Correction amount
• According to rear HO2S electromotive force→correction
01-40–3
Mazda MX-5
A
Deceleration fuel
cut
Basic injection time
Fuel cut
Ineffective injection
time
Set value according to engine coolant temperature (low engine
coolant temperature→long injection time)
Basic injection time = charging efficiency x fuel flow coefficient
Fuel injection time = 0
Set time according to injector performance
Excessive speed
fuel cut
Injection time at start
High load volume
increase
Start
Contents
(Fuel injection time, calculation method, or determination method)
Feedback
Control zone
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CONTROL SYSTEM [LF]
D-range correction
(AT)
Purpose: Ensures engine speed stability during D-range shifting
Correction condition
• Throttle valve fully-closed and shifted into D range
Correction amount
• Low engine coolant temperature→large correction
Purpose: Improved engine output, decrease of exhaust gas
temperature
B
Correction condition
High load volume
increase correction
• According to engine speed when the throttle valve opening
angle is the fixed value or more, otherwise, according to engine
speed and charging efficiency
B
Correction amount
• High engine speed, high charging efficiency→large correction
Purpose: When engine coolant temperature is low, maintains
combustion stability
Warm-up volume
increase correction
Correction condition
• While at set engine coolant temperature
B
B
B
B
B
B
Correction amount
• High charging efficiency, low engine coolant temperature→large
correction
Purpose: Maintains engine speed stability during A/C operation
A/C load increase
correction
Correction condition
• A/C is operating
Correction amount
• Low engine coolant temperature→large correction
Purpose: Corrects fuel injection delay during acceleration to ensure
drive stability
Correction condition
Acceleration increase
correction
• When acceleration amount (change in the amount of charging
efficiency) is at set value or more
Correction amount
• Low engine coolant temperature→large correction
• Large acceleration amount→large correction
Purpose: Ensures engine speed stability after fuel cut recovery
Deceleration volume
increase correction
Correction condition
• When recovery from fuel cut
B
Correction amount
• Low engine speed→large correction
Purpose: Corrects deviation in air/fuel ratio from changes due to
aged deterioration of mechanical devices
Learning correction
Correction condition
• Under any condition except purge control
B
B
B
B
Correction amount
• Learning value based on average of feedback correction value
Purpose: Corrects ineffective charging time deviation from change
in intake manifold vacuum
Intake air pressure
correction
Correction condition
• Under any condition except start zone
Correction amount
• More intake manifold vacuum→large correction
Fuel Cut
• Includes fuel cut under the following conditions except fuel cut at excessive engine speed according to engine
operation and deceleration fuel cut.
Sensor damage fuel cut
Purpose
• To prevent engine damage from abnormal ignition due to a malfunction input of a cylinder identification or the
engine speed signal.
Control condition
• When damage to the crankshaft position sensor or camshaft position sensor is detected.
01-40–4
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CONTROL SYSTEM [LF]
Dechoke control
Purpose
• To improve engine starting startability when spark plugs are flooded.
Control conditions
• When cranking close to fully-open throttle valve
Fuel cut during immobilizer system activation
Purpose
• To prevent vehicle theft
Execution conditions
• When an engine stop request signal is received from the immobilizer system, the PCM force-stops the fuel
injectors. Therefore the engine stops.
Mazda MX-5
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BODY & ACCESSORIES
09
SECTION
Toc
of SCT
GLASS/WINDOWS/
MIRRORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-12
SECURITY AND LOCKS
[ADVANCED KEYLESS
SYSTEM]. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-14
EXTERIOR TRIM . . . . . . . . . . . 09-16
INSTRUMENTATION/
DRIVER INFO. . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-22
CONTROL SYSTEM . . . . . . . . 09-40
Toc of SCT
GLASS/WINDOWS/MIRRORS
POWER WINDOW
SYSTEM OUTLINE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-12–1
POWER WINDOW SYSTEM
WIRING DIAGRAM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-12–2
EXTERIOR OPEN FUNCTION
OUTLINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-12–3
EXTERIOR OPEN FUNCTION
STRUCTURAL VIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-12–4
EXTERIOR OPEN FUNCTION
BLOCK DIAGRAM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-12–4
EXTERIOR OPEN FUNCTION
OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-12–5
Open Function/Operation in Conjunction
with Transmitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-12–5
Operation Prohibition/
Stop Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-12–5
End of Toc
POWER WINDOW SYSTEM OUTLINE
NG: POWER WINDOW SYSTEM
id091200100100
• An exterior open function has been added to the power window system.
• The power retractable hardtop and power windows operate simultaneously such that the power windows open
at the same time the power retractable hardtop begins to operate.
End Of Sie
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Mazda MX-5
09-12
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GLASS/WINDOWS/MIRRORS
POWER WINDOW SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAM
id091200100300
With exterior open function
B+
IG1
1A
1B
1C
2C
1E
2B
POWER
RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP CM
AUTO
OPEN
CLOSE
AUTO
OPEN
CLOSE
1G
P/W CM
OPEN
RELAY
1H
CLOSE
RELAY
1J
1I
CLOSE
RELAY
OPEN
RELAY
1D
1F
4S
KEYLESS CM
CLOSE
CLOSE
OPEN
OPEN
amxuuw0000007
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GLASS/WINDOWS/MIRRORS
Without exterior open function
IG1
B
1C
POWER
RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP CM
AUTO
OPEN
CLOSE
AUTO
OPEN
CLOSE
G
A
P/W CM
H
OPEN
RELAY
CLOSE
RELAY
J
I
CLOSE
RELAY
OPEN
RELAY
Mazda MX-5
1E
F
D
CLOSE
CLOSE
OPEN
OPEN
amxuuw0000007
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EXTERIOR OPEN FUNCTION OUTLINE
id091200103000
• An exterior open function has been adopted so that the power window system can be operated from outside
the vehicle.
• This system can operate in conjunction with the transmitter (open operation only).
Operation item
Transmitter
Open operation (Automatic open)
UNLOCK button operation
(long press, approx. 1.5 s or more)
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GLASS/WINDOWS/MIRRORS
EXTERIOR OPEN FUNCTION STRUCTURAL VIEW
id091200103100
POWER WINDOW
REGULATOR/MOTOR
WITH KEYLESS
ENTRY SYSTEM
WITH ADVANCED
KEYLESS SYSTEM
KEYLESS CONTROL MODULE
KEYLESS RECEIVER
POWER WINDOW
MAIN SWITCH
amxuun0000000
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EXTERIOR OPEN FUNCTION BLOCK DIAGRAM
id091200103200
With Advanced Keyless System
LOCK LINK
SWITCH
PUSH
SWITCH
DOOR
SWITCH
TRUNK
COMPARTMENT
LIGHT SWITCH
INPUT SIGNAL
KEYLESS
RECEIVER
CONTROL SIGNAL
POWER WINDOW MOTOR (LH)
P/W MAIN
SW
KEYLESS CONTROL MODULE
TRANSMITTER
POWER WINDOW MOTOR (RH)
amxuun0000000
With Keyless Entry System
KEY
REMINDER
SWITCH
LOCK LINK
SWITCH
DOOR
SWITCH
TRUNK
COMPARTMENT
LIGHT SWITCH
INPUT SIGNAL
CONTROL SIGNAL
KEYLESS
RECEIVER
TRANSMITTER
POWER WINDOW MOTOR (LH)
KEYLESS CONTROL MODULE
P/W MAIN
SW
POWER WINDOW MOTOR (RH)
amxuun0000000
End Of Sie
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GLASS/WINDOWS/MIRRORS
EXTERIOR OPEN FUNCTION OPERATION
id091200103300
• With the system, door glass can open in conjunction with the UNLOCK operation of the transmitter.
• One opening operation fully opens (automatic open) door glass.
• The keyless control module sends the signal requiring the open operation to the power window control unit
(power window main switch) based on the signals input from the switches.
• The power window control unit (power window main switch) sends open operation signal to the power window
motor based on the required signal, and operates the door glass.
Open Function/Operation in Conjunction with Transmitter
• The door glass can be opened by holding the button in the UNLOCK position for approx. 1.5 s or more within
the transmitter reception area.
• When the door glass is not fully open, operate and hold the transmitter UNLOCK position for approx. 1.5 s, and
the door glass performs automatic open operation to fully open the door glass. During the automatic open
operation, if the transmitter is operated again*1, it stops in that position.
*1 : The operation button can be either the LOCK/UNLOCK/PANIC button. Also, the holding time is not factored.
WITH ADVANCED KEYLESS SYSTEM
OPEN OPERATION
OPEN
(UNLOCK BUTTON,
HOLD APPROX. 1.5 S)
KEYLESS
RECEIVER
UNLOCK
SIGNAL
OPEN
OPERATION
SIGNAL
OPEN
REQUEST
SIGNAL
P/W
MAIN SW
Mazda MX-5
KEYLESS CONTROL
MODULE
OPEN OPERATION
WITH KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM
OPEN OPERATION
OPEN
(UNLOCK BUTTON,
HOLD APPROX. 1.5 S)
KEYLESS
RECEIVER
OPEN
REQUEST
SIGNAL
UNLOCK
SIGNAL
KEYLESS CONTROL
MODULE
OPEN
OPERATION
SIGNAL
OPEN OPERATION
P/W
MAIN SW
amxuun0000000
Operation Prohibition/Stop Condition
• When the following conditions are met before the operation, the exterior open function does not operate. Also, if
the conditions are met during the operation, the operation stops.
— Either door/trunk is open (when the door switch or trunk compartment light switch is ON)
— The key is inserted in the steering lock (when the keyless switch is ON)
— The push switch is pressed in or the start knob (ignition switch) is in a position other than the LOCK (with
advanced keyless system)
— The transmitter is not in the reception area
— The transmitter is operated during the operation (LOCK, UNLOCK, PANIC operation)
End Of Sie
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SECURITY AND LOCKS [ADVANCED KEYLESS SYSTEM]
09-14 SECURITY AND LOCKS [ADVANCED KEYLESS
SYSTEM]
SECURITY AND LOCKS OUTLINE
[ADVANCED
KEYLESS SYSTEM] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-14–1
ON-BOARD DIAGNOSYS SYSTEM
OPERATION[ADVANCED KEYLESS
SYSTEM] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-14–1
End of Toc
SECURITY AND LOCKS OUTLINE[ADVANCED KEYLESS SYSTEM]
NG: SECURITY AND LOCKS
id0914b1100100
• Due to the adoption of the power retractable hardtop, DTC U0207 has been added.
End Of Sie
ON-BOARD DIAGNOSYS SYSTEM OPERATION[ADVANCED KEYLESS SYSTEM]
NG: KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM
id0914b1111000
DTC Table
DTC
mazda modular diagnostic
system (M-MDS) display
U0207
System malfunction location
Abnormal message from power retractable hardtop control module
Mazda MX-5
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EXTERIOR TRIM
09-16
EXTERIOR TRIM
EXTERIOR TRIM OUTLINE . . . . . . . . . . 09-16–1
EXTERIOR TRIM
STRUCTURAL VIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-16–1
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
SYSTEM OUTLINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-16–1
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
SYSTEM STRUCTURAL VIEW. . . . . . . 09-16–2
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . 09-16–3
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
SYSTEM OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-16–4
Operation Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-16–4
Power Retractable Hardtop
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-16–4
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
CONTROL MODULE FUNCTION . . . . . 09-16–10
FAIL-SAFE FUNCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-16–11
Buzzer operation function . . . . . . . . . . 09-16–12
Power retractable hardtop indicator light
control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-16–12
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP LINK
CONSTRUCTION/OPERATION . . . . . . 09-16–13
Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-16–13
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-16–14
DECK PANEL LINK
CONSTRUCTION/OPERATION . . . . . . . 09-16–15
Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-16–15
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-16–15
ROOF/DECK PANEL MOTOR
FUNCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-16–16
ROOF/DECK PANEL MOTOR
CONSTRUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-16–17
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
SWITCH OUTLINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-16–18
POWER RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP SWITCH
CONSTRUCTION/OPERATION . . . . . . . 09-16–18
ON-BOAD DIAGNOSTIC OUTLINE . . . . . 09-16–19
Special Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-16–19
ON-BOAD DIAGNOSTIC PID DATE
MONITOR FUNCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-16–19
On-board Diagnostic Function . . . . . . . 09-16–19
PID/Data Monitor Function . . . . . . . . . . 09-16–21
End of Toc
EXTERIOR TRIM OUTLINE
NG: EXTERIOR TRIM
End Of Sie
EXTERIOR TRIM STRUCTURAL VIEW
CONVERTIBLE TOP
id091600100200
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
DECK PANEL
amxuun0000003
End Of Sie
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP SYSTEM OUTLINE
NG: POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
id091600101000
• A switch-operated, open/close power retractable hardtop system has been adopted.
• The power retractable hardtop system consists of the following functions:
— Auto-open/close function
— Fail-safe function
— Malfunction detection function
• The buzzer sounds during operation and when a malfunction is detected.
• Since the power retractable hardtop operates in conjunction with the power windows, the door glass opens 100
mm at the same time the power retractable hardtop begins to operate.
End Of Sie
09-16–1
Mazda MX-5
id091600100100
• Convertible top has been adopted.
• A power retractable hardtop system has been adopted which opens/closes automatically via switch operation.
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EXTERIOR TRIM
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP SYSTEM STRUCTURAL VIEW
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
LIMIT SWITCH
(POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
OPEN POSITION SWITCH)
id091600101100
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
LIMIT SWITCH
(POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
CLOSE POSITION SWITCH)
DECK PANEL LIMIT SWITCH
(DECK PANEL OPEN
POSITION SWITCH)
POWER
RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP
SWITCH
VEHICLE
FRONT
POWER
RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP INDICATOR
LIGHT
DECK PANEL LIMIT SWITCH
(DECK PANEL CLOSE
POSITION SWITCH)
VEHICLE
FRONT
ROOF LINK
ROOF HOOK
TOP LOCK SWITCH
DECK PANEL LINK
TRUNK SWITCH
ROOF MOTOR LINK
DECK PANEL MOTOR
ROOF MOTOR
POWER WINDOW MAIN SWITCH
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
CONTROL MODULE
amxuun0000005
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EXTERIOR TRIM
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAM
id091600101200
POWER RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP OPENED
POSITION SWITCH
POWER RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP CLOSED
POSITION SWITCH
DECK PANEL OPENED
POSITION SWITCH
+B
1J
1T
1R
1A
3F
TRUNK OPENER
RELAY
3O
DECK PANEL CLOSED
POSITION SWITCH
1V
KEYLESS SYSTEM
ROOF MOTOR
(LEFT)
2A
3L
2B
3D
IGNITION
SWITCH
DECK PANEL MOTOR
(LEFT)
3P
2C
TO
FLASHER
UNIT
1H
ROOF MOTOR
(RIGHT)
3A
3I
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
CONTROL MODULE
1X
DECK PANEL MOTOR
(RIGHT)
POWER
RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP
OPENING
SWITCH
3M
3E
POWER
HAZARD
RETRACTABLE WARNING
HARDTOP
SWITCH
CLOSING
SWITCH
TOP LOCK SWITCH
1D
TRUNK CLOSED POSITION SENSOR
1F
1G
INPUT
1I
1M
1S
1U
1O
1K
1Q
1C
1E
CAN-H
CAN-L
(1) VEHICLE SPEED
(2) TRANSMISSION POSITION (N/P)
(3) TRANSMISSION TYPE
(4) TRANK OPENING CONFIRMATION
OUTPUT (1) BUZZER RINGING REQUEST
(2) INFORMATION OF RHT CONDITION
(3) PERMISSION INFORMATION OF
TRUNK OPENING
(4) INFORMATION OF REAR DECK
CONDITION
POWER WINDOW
MAIN SWITCH
2E
2F
1W
amxuun0000005
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3H
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EXTERIOR TRIM
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP SYSTEM OPERATION
id091600101300
Operation Conditions
• The Power retractable hardtop operates when all of the following conditions are met.
— Ignition switch is in the ON position
— The trunk lid is in the fully closed position.
— The selector lever is in the P or N position (A/T).
— The shift lever is in the neutral position (When the neutral switch is ON) (M/T).
— The vehicle speed is 3 km/h {1.86 mph} or less.
— The power supply voltage is between 8.5 to 16.5 V.
— The top lock switch is unlocked.
Power Retractable Hardtop Operation
Open operation timing chart
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
OPEN SWITCH ON
POWER RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP OPEN SWITCH
DOOR GLASS OPEN
REQUEST OUTPUT
DECK PANEL
OPEN OPERATION
COMPLETED
DECK PANEL
CLOSE
OPERATION
START
DECK PANEL
CLOSE OPERATION
COMPLETED
ON
OFF
SIGNAL
OUTPUT
SIGNAL
STOPPED
DECK PANEL CLOSE
POSITION SWITCH
OFF
ON
DECK PANEL OPEN
POSITION SWITCH
OFF
DECK PANEL MOTOR
DECK PANEL
OPEN
OPERATION
START
ON
ON
OFF
OPEN
DECK PANEL
CLOSE
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
OPEN POSITION SWITCH
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
CLOSE POSITION SWITCH
ROOF MOTOR
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OPEN
ROOF PANEL
CLOSE
ROOF PANEL
OPEN OPERATION
START
ROOF PANEL
OPEN OPERATION
COMPLETED
POWER
RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP OPEN
SWITCH OFF
amxuun0000005
• Pauses depending on the operation the same as the close operation timing chart.
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EXTERIOR TRIM
Open operation
1. When the Power retractable hardtop open switch is turned on with all the Power retractable hardtop operation
conditions met, the Power retractable hardtop open request signal is sent to the Power retractable hardtop
control module.
2. The Power retractable hardtop control module confirms the operation conditions when it receives the signal,
and if all the conditions are met, it sends an operation start beep signal to the instrument cluster.
3. The window glass open request signal is sent to the power window main switch.
4. When the door glass lowers approx. 100 mm, the deck panel motor operates and the deck panel moves in the
open direction.
5. When the deck panel link pin contacts the deck panel open position switch and the switch is turned on, the deck
panel is determined to be fully open and the deck panel motor stops.
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
OPEN SWITCH
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
OPEN REQUEST SIGNAL
POWER WINDOW
MAIN SWITCH
DOOR GLASS OPEN
REQUEST SIGNAL
OPERATION START
SOUND SIGNAL
DECK PANEL OPEN OPERATION START
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
DECK PANEL MOTOR
DECK PANEL
DECK PANEL
LINK
OPEN OPERATION
PIN
DECK PANEL OPEN POSITION SWITCH
amxuun0000005
6. The roof panel motor operates and the roof panel moves in the open direction.
09-16–5
Mazda MX-5
DECK PANEL
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EXTERIOR TRIM
7. When the roof panel link pin contacts the Power retractable hardtop open position switch and the switch is
turned on, the roof panel is determined to be fully open and the roof panel motor stops.
DECK PANEL
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
ROOF
MOTOR
LINK
FULLY-OPEN
POSITION
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
OPEN POSITION SWITCH
amxuun0000004
8. The deck panel motor operates and the deck panel moves in the close direction.
9. Because link A rotates in the direction of the arrow due to the deck panel motor rotation, the roof hook cable is
pulled and the roof hook is locked.
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EXTERIOR TRIM
10. When the deck panel link pin contacts the deck panel close switch and the switch is turned off, the deck panel
is determined to be fully closed and the deck panel motor stops.
ROOF HOOK
FRONT ROOF PANEL
LINK A
ROOF HOOK
ROOF HOOK
DECK PANEL CLOSE POSITION SWITCH
ROOF HOOK CABLE
DECK PANEL
DECK PANEL
LINK A
RH
PIN
ROOF HOOK CABLE
DECK PANEL CLOSE POSITION SWITCH
amxuun0000004
11. When the Power retractable hardtop open operation is finished, an operation finish beep signal is sent to the
instrument cluster.
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Mazda MX-5
LH
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EXTERIOR TRIM
Close operation timing chart
DECK PANEL
OPEN OPERATION
DECK
STOP
PANEL
DECK
OPEN
PANEL
OPERATION
OPEN
START
OPERATION
START
POWER
RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP
CLOSE
SWITCH ON
POWER RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP
CLOSE SWITCH
DECK PANEL
OPEN COMPLETED
TURN ON
POWER
RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP CLOSE
SWITCH AGAIN
DECK PANEL
CLOSE OPERATION START
DECK PANEL
CLOSE OPERATION
COMPLETED
ON
OFF
SIGNAL
DOOR GLASS
OUTPUT
OPEN
SIGNAL
REQUEST OUTPUT STOPPED
DECK PANEL CLOSE
POSITION SWITCH
DECK PANEL OPEN
POSITION SWITCH
DECK PANEL
MOTOR
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OPEN
DECK PANEL
CLOSE
POWER
RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP OPEN
POSITION SWITCH
POWER
RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP CLOSE
POSITION SWITCH
ROOF MOTOR
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OPEN
ROOF PANEL
CLOSE
IGNITION SWITCH
ON
OFF
POWER RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP CLOSE
SWITCH OFF
IGNITION
SWITCH OFF
TURN ON POWER
RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP CLOSE
SWITCH AGAIN
ROOF PANEL
CLOSE OPERATION
START
IGNITION
SWITCH ON
ROOF PANEL
CLOSE
OPERATION
COMPLETED
POWER RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP CLOSE SWITCH
OFF
ROOF PANEL
CLOSE OPERATION
START
amxuun0000004
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EXTERIOR TRIM
Close operation
1. When the Power retractable hardtop close switch is turned on with all the Power retractable hardtop operation
conditions met, Power retractable hardtop close request signal is sent to the Power retractable hardtop control
module.
2. The Power retractable hardtop control module confirms the operation conditions when it receives the signal,
and if all the conditions are met, it sends an operation start beep signal to the instrument cluster.
3. The window glass open request signal is sent to the power window main switch.
4. When the door glass lowers approx. 100 mm, the deck panel motor operates and the deck panel moves in the
open direction.
5. Because link A rotates in the direction of the arrow due to the deck panel motor rotation, the roof hook cable
loosens and the roof hook is unhooked.
6. When the deck panel link pin contacts the deck panel open position switch and the switch is turned on, the deck
panel is determined to be fully open and the deck panel motor stops.
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
CLOSE SWITCH
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
CLOSE REQUEST SIGNAL
POWER WINDOW
MAIN SWITCH
DOOR GLASS OPEN
REQUEST SIGNAL
OPERATION START
SOUND SIGNAL
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
DECK PANEL MOTOR
DECK PANEL OPEN OPERATION START
ROOF HOOK
FRONT ROOF PANEL
LINK A
Mazda MX-5
ROOF HOOK
ROOF HOOK
DECK PANEL OPEN POSITION SWITCH
ROOF HOOK CABLE
OPEN OPERATION
DECK PANEL
DECK PANEL
RH
LH
DECK PANEL LINK
LINK A
PIN
ROOF HOOK CABLE
DECK PANEL OPEN POSITION SWITCH
amxuun0000004
7. The roof panel motor operates and the roof panel moves in the close direction.
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EXTERIOR TRIM
8. When the roof panel link pin contacts the Power retractable hardtop close position switch and the switch is
turned on, the roof panel is determined to be fully closed and the roof panel motor stops.
DECK PANEL
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
ROOF
MOTOR
LINK
FULLY-CLOSE
POSITION
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
CLOSE POSITION SWITCH
amxuun0000005
9. The deck panel motor operates and the deck panel moves in the close direction.
10. When the deck panel link pin contacts the deck
panel close switch and the switch is turned off, the
DECK PANEL
deck panel is determined to be fully closed and
the deck panel motor stops.
11. When the Power retractable hardtop close
operation is finished, an operation finish beep
signal is sent to the instrument cluster.
End Of Sie
PIN
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
CLOSE POSITION SWITCH
amxuun0000003
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP CONTROL MODULE FUNCTION
id091600101400
• Controls the Power retractable hardtop control module, roof motor, and the deck panel motor based on the
signals from each switch.
• A fail-safe function has been adopted which stops the operation if an abnormal signal is detected from any part
during Power retractable hardtop operation.
• A self-diagnostic function has been adopted which can verify the malfunctioning area.
09-16–10
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EXTERIOR TRIM
FAIL-SAFE FUNCTION
• The power retractable hardtop control module monitors each input/output part, and if a malfunction is detected,
performs the following actions.
Roof/deck panel
motor Hall sensor
power supply
voltage error
Roof/deck panel
motor Hall sensor
malfunction
Detection Condition
Power supply voltage is 7.5 V
or less, or 17.5 V or more.
Action after malfunction detected
• Power retractable hardtop not
operated → Inhibits Power
retractable hardtop operation
• Power retractable hardtop operating
→ Stops Power retractable hardtop
operation
Sensor power supply voltage is Stops motor operation
5 V or less.
Roof/deck panel motor Hall
sensor pulse signal cannot be
detected.
Door glass open notification
signal cannot be detected.
Door glass open
notification signal
error
Open notification signal is
received continuously for 30 s
or more.
Supply voltage to the motor is
Roof/deck panel
lowered.
motor malfunction
Temporarily stops the operation,
however, the operation can be
performed by turning on the Power
retractable hardtop switch again.
• If the signal is detected during the
Power retractable hardtop close
operation, inhibits the operation after
the Power retractable hardtop is fully
closed. (Only deck panel can
operate.)
• If the signal is detected during the
Power retractable hardtop open
operation, the open operation
continues and after the operation
finishes, the close operation can be
performed only once. Inhibits the
operation after the Power retractable
hardtop is fully closed. (Only deck
panel can operate.)
• If the signal is detected with the
Power retractable hardtop fully
closed and not operating, inhibits the
operation.
• If the signal is detected with the
Power retractable hardtop fully open
and not operating, the Power
retractable hardtop close operation
can be performed only once. Inhibits
the operation after the Power
retractable hardtop is fully closed.
Stops motor operation
Roof motor (Left
and right position
combination)
Difference in pulse count
number between left and right
is at a certain level or more.
Stops motor operation
Deck panel motor
(Left and right
position
combination)
Difference in pulse count
number between left and right
is at a certain level or more.
Stops motor operation
Power retractable
hardtop/deck
panel limit switch
malfunction
The Power retractable hardtop/ Inhibits Power retractable hardtop
deck panel limit switch is
operation.
malfunctioning.
Recovery condition
Power supply voltage is
between 8.5 to 16.5 V.
The ignition switch is turned
from the ON position in the
following order.
• OFF→ ON
Pulse signal detected
Door glass open notification
signal can be detected.
Continuous reception of the
open notification signal stops
temporarily.
The ignition switch is turned
from the ON position in the
following order.
• OFF→ ON
Power retractable hardtop
switch is operated again.
However, if detected three
times or more, the ignition
switch is turned from the ON
position in the following order.
• OFF→ ON
Power retractable hardtop
switch is operated again.
However, if detected three
times or more, the ignition
switch is turned from the ON
position in the following order.
• OFF→ ON
Normal logic is detected.
09-16–11
Mazda MX-5
Item
Power supply
voltage error
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Item
Detection Condition
Top lock switch on is detected
with the Power retractable
hardtop open.
Top lock switch off is detected
with the Power retractable
hardtop closed and vehicle
speed detected.
Switch input is 1 V or less.
Top lock switch
malfunction
Power retractable
hardtop switch
malfunction
Communication
error
Action after malfunction detected
Recovery condition
Close operation can be performed only Top lock switch off is detected.
once. Inhibits the operation after the
Power retractable hardtop is fully closed.
None
Vehicle speed 0 km/h is
detected.
Inhibits Power retractable hardtop
operation.
Switch on signal is detected for Inhibits Power retractable hardtop
30 s or more after IG-ON.
operation.
Power retractable hardtop
Inhibits Power retractable hardtop
open and close on signals are operation.
detected simultaneously for 30
s or more.
Inhibits Power retractable hardtop
CAN system of the Power
retractable hardtop control
operation.
module is malfunctioning.
CAN communication error
Inhibits Power retractable hardtop
between PCM and Power
operation.
retractable hardtop control
module
CAN communication error
Inhibits Power retractable hardtop
operation.
between TCM and Power
retractable hardtop control
module
Vehicle speed signal error
Inhibits Power retractable hardtop
operation.
Normal input voltage is
recovered.
Power retractable hardtop
switch off signal is detected.
Power retractable hardtop
switch off signal is detected.
Normal communication is
recovered.
Normal communication is
recovered.
Normal communication is
recovered.
Normal communication is
recovered.
Buzzer operation function
• Sends beep signals to the instrument cluster before and after the Power retractable hardtop system operation,
when the operation is refused, and during an operation warning. (See 09-22-2 POWER RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP WARNING ALARM CONSTRUCTION/OPERATION.)
Power retractable hardtop indicator light control
• Sends illumination or flash signal to the power retractable hardtop indicator light in the following pattern
depending on the Power retractable hardtop status.
Illumination pattern
Power
retractable
hardtop
operating
Power
retractable
hardtop halfopen and not
operating
Power
retractable
hardtop
system
malfunctionin
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Illumination condition
Illuminated
Approx. 0.5 s
Not illuminated
t
t
Illuminated
Not illuminated
Illuminated
Approx. 0.3 s
Not illuminated
t
t
Power retractable hardtop
operation is continued.
• Power retractable hardtop
is fully opened and the top
lock is unlocked. (Top lock
switch is OFF.)
• Power retractable hardtop
switch is turned off during
Power retractable hardtop
operation and the
operation is temporarily
stopped.
DTC is detected or
recorded.(The power
retractable hardtop indicator
light does not illuminate
depending on the DTC.)
(The power retractable hardtop
indicator light does not
illuminate depending on the
DTC.)(See 09-16-19 ONBOAD DIAGNOSTIC PID
DATE MONITOR FUNCTION.)
Lights off condition
• Open operation is finished.
• Close operation is finished
• Power retractable hardtop
switch is turned on.
• Top lock is locked after
close operation is finished.
• Malfunction is repaired or
the DTC is cleared.
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EXTERIOR TRIM
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP LINK CONSTRUCTION/OPERATION
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Construction
• Installed to the inside of the Power retractable hardtop.
• The front roof panel is installed to the front roof panel link.
• The middle roof panel is installed to the middle roof panel link and roof motor link.
• The roof motor link gear is integrated with the roof motor link.
• The rear window glass is installed to rear window glass link A.
• The Power retractable hardtop fully opens/closes via the rotation of each link in conjunction with the roof motor
rotation.
FRONT ROOF
PANEL LINK
MIDDLE ROOF
PANEL LINK
REAR WINDOW GLASS
FRONT ROOF
PANEL
REAR WINDOW
GLASS LINK A
MIDDLE ROOF PANEL
ROOF LINK
ROOF MOTOR LINK
ROOF MOTOR
ROOF MOTOR LINK GEAR
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09-16–13
Mazda MX-5
REAR WINDOW
GLASS LINK B
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EXTERIOR TRIM
Operation
Open operation
1. After the deck panel is fully opened, the roof motor starts rotating based on the operation signal from the Power
retractable hardtop control module.
2. The roof motor link gear and the roof motor link start rotating due to the roof motor rotation, and at the same
time, the middle roof panel and the middle roof panel link rotate.
3. The front roof panel link and rear window glass link B rotate due to the middle roof panel link rotation.
4. Rear window glass link A rotates faster than the middle roof panel link at pivot fulcrum A, rear window glass link
A moves downward, and the rear window glass moves in the inner side of the middle roof panel
5. Due to the rotation of the roof link at pivot fulcrum B, the middle roof panel, rear window glass, and the front roof
panel move to the fully-open position.
6. When the roof motor link rotates to the fully-open position, A part of the roof motor link shown in the figure
presses the Power retractable hardtop open position switch stopping the roof motor rotation.
FULLY CLOSE POSITION
MIDDLE ROOF
PANEL LINK
MIDDLE ROOF
PANEL LINK
FRONT ROOF
PANEL LINK
FULLY CLOSE
POSITION
REAR WINDOW GLASS
DECK PANEL
MIDDLE ROOF PANEL
REAR WINDOW
GLASS LINK A
MIDDLE ROOF PANEL
FULLY CLOSE
POSITION
ROOF MOTOR LINK
ROTATE FAST
FULCRUM A
REAR WINDOW
GLASS LINK B
ROOF
MOTOR
POWER RETRACTABLE FIGURE 1
FULLY CLOSE POSITION
HARDTOP
CLOSE POSITION
SWITCH
A
ROOF
MOTOR
LINK
ROOF MOTOR
RINK GEAR
FULLY CLOSE
POSITION
FRONT ROOF
PANEL
A
POWER RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP
OPEN POSITION
SWITCH
FULCRUM B
ROOF LINK
MIDDLE ROOF
PANEL
REAR WINDOW GLASS
MIDDLE ROOF
PANEL
FULLY
OPEN
POSITION
FRONT
ROOF
PANEL
FULLY OPEN
POSITION
REAR WINDOW GLASS
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EXTERIOR TRIM
DECK PANEL LINK CONSTRUCTION/OPERATION
id091600101600
Construction
• The links rise according to the rotation of the deck panel links to fully open or close the deck.
• The deck panel limit switch is installed to the deck panel link (RH).
• The guide for the deck panel manual open/close is installed to the deck panel base link. (Refer to the Workshop
Manual for the procedure.)
DECK PANEL BASE LINK
DECK PANEL LINK B
DECK PANEL LINK A
DECK PANEL CLOSE POSITION SWITCH
(DECK PANEL LIMIT SWITCH)
DECK PANEL
SECTOR GEAR
SECTOR GEAR
PIN
DECK PANEL OPEN
POSITION SWITCH
(DECK PANEL LIMIT SWITCH)
DECK PANEL MOTOR
KNOB
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Operation
1. The deck panel motor starts to rotate based on an operation signal of the power retractable hardtop control
module.
2. The sector gear rotates according to the deck
DECK PANEL BASE LINK
panel motor rotation, and the lock pin area of the
LOCK PIN
deck panel base link and sector gear are
DECK PANEL LINK A
disengaged.
SECTOR GEAR
KNOB
DECK PANEL MOTOR
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3. The knob presses deck panel link A upward by
the rotation of the sector gear.
DECK PANEL LINK A
DECK PANEL MOTOR
KNOB
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09-16–15
Mazda MX-5
GUIDE
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EXTERIOR TRIM
4. Deck panel link A is pressed upward to fully open
the deck panel.
DECK PANEL LINK A
DECK PANEL MOTOR
KNOB
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5. When deck panel link A is fully opened, the sector
gear pin shown in the figure presses the deck
panel open position switch to stop the deck panel
motor rotation.
PIN
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SECTOR
GEAR
DECK PANEL CLOSE
POSITION SWITCH
DECK PANEL OPEN
POSITION SWITCH
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ROOF/DECK PANEL MOTOR FUNCTION
id091600101700
• The motor rotates normally/reversely according to the signal from the power retractable hardtop control module
to move the roof panel automatically.
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EXTERIOR TRIM
ROOF/DECK PANEL MOTOR CONSTRUCTION
id091600101800
• Consists of a motor, connector, and gear.
• Two Hall effect switches are located in the connector.
• In the connector, the roof motor has one Hall effect switch and the deck panel motor has two (only one Hall
effect switch is used). (The Hall effect switch does not detect rotation direction.)
• Hall effect switch 1 outputs one pulse cycle for each rotation of the motor axle and the power retractable
hardtop control module detects motor rotation speed from this.
Roof panel motor construction view
MAGNET
HALL EFFECT SWITCH
A
A
Mazda MX-5
SEC. A—A
HI
LO
ONE REVOLUTION
OF POWER WINDOW
MOTOR
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09-16–17
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EXTERIOR TRIM
Deck panel motor construction view
CONNECTOR
HALL EFFECT SWITCH 1
SHAFT
MAGNET
A
HALL EFFECT SWITCH 2
HALL EFFECT SWITCH
A
SEC. A—A
GEAR
HI
LO
ONE REVOLUTION
OF POWER WINDOW
MOTOR
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POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP SWITCH OUTLINE
id091600101900
• The power retractable hardtop electric open/close operation is performed by the power retractable hardtop
open and close switches.
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POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP SWITCH CONSTRUCTION/OPERATION
id091600102000
• The power retractable hardtop switch is integrated with the hazard warning switch.
• The operational switch operates at the point the switch has been continuously pressed on for 100 ms.
• Depending on the power retractable hardtop position and operation conditions, the operation switch input
reception is restricted as follows:
Power retractable hardtop
position
Power
retractable
hardtop open
switch input
Power
retractable
hardtop close
switch input
Power
retractable
hardtop
operation after
switch
determined to
be on/off
Power
retractable
hardtop
position
Power
retractable
hardtop
operation
Full open
Stopped
ON
OFF
Stop
Full closed
Stopped
OFF
On operation
Stop
All positions
Stopped
ON at the same
time
Full open
Stopped
During ON
ON at the same
time
Operates
afterward
Full closed
Stopped
Operates
afterward
09-16–18
During ON
Stop
Stop
Stop
Restriction
power retractable hardtop open
switch inoperative
power retractable hardtop close
switch inoperative
power retractable hardtop open
and close switch inoperative
power retractable hardtop close
switch inoperative
power retractable hardtop open
switch inoperative
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EXTERIOR TRIM
Power retractable hardtop
position
Power
retractable
hardtop
position
Power
retractable
hardtop
operation
Except fully
open
Except fully
closed
During open
operation
During close
operation
Power
retractable
hardtop open
switch input
Power
retractable
hardtop close
switch input
Power
retractable
hardtop
operation after
switch
determined to
be on/off
During ON
On operation
afterward
operations stop
On operation
afterward
During ON
Restriction
power retractable hardtop open
and close switch inoperative
power retractable hardtop open
operations stop
and close switch inoperative
• Once the operation switch has operated, the next operation switch does not operate unless an off-operation for
the switch operation is detected.
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ON-BOAD DIAGNOSTIC OUTLINE
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Special Features
• The power retractable hardtop has an on-board diagnostic function to facilitate system diagnosis.
• The on-board diagnostic function consists of the following functions: a malfunction detection function, which
detects overall malfunctions in the power retractable hardtop-related parts; a memory function, which stores
detected DTCs; a display function, which indicates system malfunctions by DTC display; and a PID/data
monitoring function, which reads out specific input/output signals.
• Using the mazda modular diagnostic system (M-MDS), DTCs can be read out and cleared, and the PID/data
monitoring function can be activated.
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ON-BOAD DIAGNOSTIC PID DATE MONITOR FUNCTION
Memory function
• Stores malfunctions in the power retractable hardtop-related parts detected by the malfunction detection
function, and the stored malfunction contents are not cleared even if the ignition switch is turned to the LOCK
position or the negative battery cable is disconnected.
DTC table
DTC
Mazda modular
diagnostic system (MMDS) display
Description
Malfunction indication
Power retractable
Buzzer sound
hardtop indicator
light flashing
B1342
Power retractable hardtop control module internal
malfunction
B1317
Battery power supply voltage increases (17.5 V or more)
Operation reject
sound*1
B1318
Battery power supply voltage decreases (less than 7.5 V)
Operation reject
sound*1
B296D
Hall sensor low power supply voltage
Operation reject
sound
U0030
Door glass communication error (during power
retractable hardtop operation)
None
U0031
Door glass communication error (during power
retractable hardtop not operation)
None
B296A
Roof motor pulse signal error (RH)
Operation reject
sound
U294B
Roof motor pulse signal error (LH)
Operation reject
sound
None
None
Flashing pattern for a
power retractable
hardtop malfunction*1
Flashing pattern for a
power retractable
hardtop malfunction*1
Flashing pattern for a
power retractable
hardtop malfunction
Flashing pattern for a
power retractable
hardtop malfunction
Flashing pattern for a
power retractable
hardtop malfunction
Flashing pattern for a
power retractable
hardtop malfunction
Flashing pattern for a
power retractable
hardtop malfunction
09-16–19
Mazda MX-5
id091600102200
On-board Diagnostic Function
Malfunction detection function
• Detects overall malfunctions in the power retractable hardtop-related parts.
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EXTERIOR TRIM
DTC
Mazda modular
diagnostic system (MMDS) display
Description
B293C
Deck panel motor pulse signal error (RH)
B293B
Deck panel motor pulse signal error (LH)
B293E
Roof motor circuit malfunction (RH)
B293D
Roof motor circuit malfunction (LH)
B294C
Deck panel motor circuit malfunction (RH)
B293F
Deck panel motor circuit malfunction (LH)
B294D
Roof motor opening angle does not match (Pulse count
number do not match)
B294E
Deck panel motor opening angle does not match (Pulse
count number do not match)
B294F
Power retractable hardtop/deck panel limit switch
malfunction
B296B
Top lock switch malfunction
B296C
Power retractable hardtop switch malfunction
U0073
CAN system communication error
U0100
Communication error to PCM
U0101
Communication error to TCM
U2197
Vehicle speed signal communication error
Malfunction indication
Power retractable
Buzzer sound
hardtop indicator
light flashing
Flashing pattern for a
Operation reject
power retractable
sound
hardtop malfunction
Flashing pattern for a
Operation reject
power retractable
sound
hardtop malfunction
Flashing pattern for a
Operation reject
power retractable
sound
hardtop malfunction
Flashing pattern for a
Operation reject
power retractable
sound
hardtop malfunction
Flashing pattern for a
Operation reject
power retractable
sound
hardtop malfunction
Flashing pattern for a
Operation reject
power retractable
sound
hardtop malfunction
Flashing pattern for a
Operation reject
power retractable
sound
hardtop malfunction
Flashing pattern for a
Operation reject
power retractable
sound
hardtop malfunction
Operation reject Flashing pattern for a
power retractable
sound*2
hardtop malfunction
Flashing pattern for a
None
power retractable
hardtop malfunction
Operation reject Flashing pattern for a
power retractable
sound*2
hardtop malfunction
Operation reject Flashing pattern for a
power retractable
sound*2
hardtop malfunction
Operation reject Flashing pattern for a
power retractable
sound*2
hardtop malfunction
Operation reject Flashing pattern for a
power retractable
sound*2
hardtop malfunction
Operation reject Flashing pattern for a
power retractable
sound*2
hardtop malfunction
*1 : No buzzer sound and power retractable hardtop indicator light illumination if the power retractable hardtop
operation is inhibited while it is not operating.
*2 : No buzzer sound except when the power retractable hardtop switch is turned on.
09-16–20
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EXTERIOR TRIM
PID/Data Monitor Function
• The PID/data monitor function is used for optionally selecting input/output signal monitor items preset in the
power retractable hardtop control module and reading them out in real-time.
• Use the mazda modular diagnostic system (M-MDS) to read the PID/data monitor.
PID/data monitor table
PID name
(definition)
DTC_CNT
VPWR
VSS
RHT_OP
RHT_CL
DECK_OP
DECK_CL
SW_OP
SW_CL
SW_STRIKER
SW_TRUNK
TR_OP_CTL
Indicator
Data contents
Number of continuous DTCs
Module Supply Voltage
Vehicle speed
Power Retractable Hardtop Open Position Sensor
Power Retractable Hardtop Closed Position Sensor
Deck Open Position Sensor
Deck Close Position Sensor
Power Retractable Hardtop Open Switch
Power Retractable Hardtop Close Switch
Top Lock Switch
Trunk Switch
Trunk Opener Control
power retractable hardtop Indicator Light
Unit/
Operation
−
V
MPH/KPH
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
Terminal
−
1X
−
1T
1R
3F
3O
1H
1H
1D
1F
−
2C
Mazda MX-5
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INSTRUMENTATION/DRIVER INFO.
09-22
INSTRUMENTATION/DRIVER INFO.
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
WARNING ALARM
CONSTRUCTION/OPERATION . . . . . . . 09-22–2
System Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-22–2
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-22–2
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
OUTLINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-22–1
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-22–1
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
WARNING ALARM OUTLINE . . . . . . . . 09-22–1
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INSTRUMENT CLUSTER OUTLINE
NG: INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
id092200100200
• Due to the adoption of the power retractable hardtop, the power retractable hardtop warning alarm has been
added.
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INSTRUMENT CLUSTER SPECIFICATIONS
id092200101100
Item
Specification
Warning alarms
Sound frequency
(Hz)
1,900
ON
Operation
start sound
Operation
reject sound
t
ON
OFF
t
ON
t : approx. 0.1 s
OFF
t
t
ON
Warning
t : approx. 1 s
OFF
t1
t 1 : approx. 0.12 s
t 2 : approx. 0.06 s
t2
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POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP WARNING ALARM OUTLINE
id092200110200
• Alerts the power retractable hardtop system operation according to a signal from the power retractable hardtop
control module.
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09-22–1
Mazda MX-5
Power retractable hardtop warning
alarm
Sound cycle
Operation
complete
sound
t : approx. 0.25 s
OFF
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INSTRUMENTATION/DRIVER INFO.
POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP WARNING ALARM CONSTRUCTION/OPERATION
id092200110300
System Wiring Diagram
B+
IG1
1G
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
1C
MICROCOMPUTER
BUZZER
AND
CAN CONTROL
CIRCUIT
1L
1J
1E
POWER RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP CONTROL MODULE
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Operation
Operation start sound
• A buzzer in the instrument cluster sounds if both of the following two conditions are met:
— Power retractable hardtop operation conditions are met.
— The power retractable hardtop (open/close) switch is pressed.
Operation complete sound
• A buzzer sounds when the power retractable hardtop open or close operation is completed.
Operation reject sound
• A buzzer in the instrument cluster sounds if any of the following conditions are met:
— The power retractable hardtop operation conditions are not met when the power retractable hardtop (open/
close) switch is pressed.
— The power retractable hardtop (open/close) switch is pressed with the power retractable hardtop system
DTC detected.
— The power retractable hardtop (open/close) switch is pressed when the power retractable hardtop is fully
closed and the system DTC is stored.
— Power retractable hardtop operation conditions are not met during power retractable hardtop operation.
— An power retractable hardtop system DTC is detected during power retractable hardtop operation.
Warning
• A buzzer in the instrument cluster sounds if any of the following conditions are met with the power retractable
hardtop half open.
— Vehicle speed signal is input.
— The selector lever is in any position except P or N (AT vehicles).
— The selector lever is not in neutral (neutral switch normal condition) (MT vehicles).
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CONTROL SYSTEM
09-40
CONTROL SYSTEM
CONTROLLER AREA NETWORK (CAN)
SYSTEM OUTLINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-40–1
CAN SYSTEM
STRUCTURAL VIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-40–1
CAN SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAM . . . . . 09-40–2
CAN SYSTEM DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . 09-40–2
CAN Signal-Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09-40–2
On-Board Diagnostic Function . . . . . . . 09-40–3
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CONTROLLER AREA NETWORK (CAN) SYSTEM OUTLINE
NG: CAN SYSTEM
id094000101300
• Due to the adoption of the power retractable hardtop control module, the CAN system has been changed.
• Twisted-pair wiring is used for connections between the following modules. (Each electrical module hereafter
referred to as a CAN system-related module):
— PCM
— TCM (AT)
— DSC HU/CM (with DSC)
— ABS HU/CM (with ABS)
— Keyless control module (with advanced keyless system)
— Steering angle sensor (with DSC)
— Instrument cluster
— Power retractable hardtop control module (with power retractable hardtop)
• With an on-board diagnostic function included for each multiplex module, display of DTCs using the Mazda
Modular Diagnostic System (M-MDS) has improved serviceability.
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CAN SYSTEM STRUCTURAL VIEW
TCM (AT)
KEYLESS
CONTROL MODULE
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
Mazda MX-5
DSC HU/CM (WITH DSC)
ABS HU/CM (WITH ABS)
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PCM
STEERING ANGLE
SENSOR (WITH DSC)
POWER RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP CONTROL MODULE
(WITH POWER RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP)
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CONTROL SYSTEM
CAN SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAM
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WITHOUT POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
DSC HU/CM
(WITH DSC)
X
KEYLESS
CONTROL MODULE
(WITH ADVANCED
KEYLESS SYSTEM)
ABS HU/CM
(WITH ABS)
Z
W
4AA
Y
STEERING
ANGLE
SENSOR
(WITH DSC)
E
4Z
F
1J
INSTRUMENT
CLUSTER
1L
1AM
PCM
1AI
1G
1C
F
TCM (AT)
TWISTED PAIR
X
W
KEYLESS
CONTROL MODULE
(WITH ADVANCED
KEYLESS SYSTEM)
4AA
ABS HU/CM
(WITH ABS)
Z
: CAN_H
: CAN_L
DLC-2
WITH POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
DSC HU/CM
(WITH DSC)
E
4Z
STEERING
ANGLE
SENSOR
(WITH DSC)
E
F
1J
INSTRUMENT
CLUSTER
1L
Y
1AM
PCM
F
1AI
E
DLC-2
1G
TWISTED PAIR
1C
TCM (AT)
3S
3U
POWER
RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP
CONTROL MODULE
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CAN SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
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CAN Signal-Chart
OUT: Output (sends signal)
IN: Input (receives signal)
Multiplex module
Signal
Engine speed
Vehicle speed
Engine coolant temperature
Engine torque
Accelerator pedal position
TP
Intake air temperature
Ignition timing
Engine specification
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PCM
TCM
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
IN
–
OUT
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
–
ABS HU/
CM or DSC
HU/CM
Keyless
control
module
Steering
angle
sensor
IN (DSC)
IN
IN
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
IN (DSC)
IN (DSC)
IN (DSC)
–
–
IN
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Power
retractable
Instrument
hardtop
cluster
control
module
IN
–
IN
IN
–
–
IN
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
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Multiplex module
Brake pedal position
Tire circumference (front/rear)
Immobilizer-related
information
Travelled distance
Fuel injection amount
MIL on request
Generator warning light on
request
Cruise main/set indicator light
on request
Transmission type
AT gear position/selector lever
position (AT)
Neutral switch status (MT)
ATF temperature (AT)
Desired gear position (AT)
TCC status (AT)
AT warning light on request
(AT)
Brake system status (EBD/
ABS/DSC)
Wheel speed (LF, RF, LR, RR)
Brake system warning light on
request
ABS warning light on request
DSC indicator light on request
DSC OFF light on request
Security light on request
Steering angle sensor status
Fuel tank level
Parking brake position
Power retractable hardtop
warning alarm request
Power retractable hardtop
information
Trunk lid operation
Deck panel limit switch (close
switch) status
Keyless
control
module
Steering
angle
sensor
Instrument
cluster
–
–
–
Power
retractable
hardtop
control
module
–
–
–
–
–
PCM
TCM
ABS HU/
CM or DSC
HU/CM
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
–
IN
IN
–
–
IN
OUT
–
–
–
–
–
OUT
–
–
OUT
–
–
–
–
–
–
IN
OUT
IN
IN
IN
–
–
–
IN
–
OUT
–
–
–
–
IN
–
OUT
–
–
–
–
IN
–
OUT
–
IN
–
–
–
IN
IN
OUT
–
–
–
IN
IN
OUT
IN
IN
IN
–
OUT
OUT
OUT
–
–
IN (DSC)
IN (DSC)
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
IN
–
–
–
IN
OUT
–
–
–
IN
–
IN
–
OUT
–
–
–
–
IN
–
OUT
–
–
–
–
–
–
OUT
–
–
IN
–
–
–
–
–
–
IN
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
OUT
OUT (DSC)
OUT (DSC)
–
IN (DSC)
–
IN (DSC)
–
–
–
OUT
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
OUT
–
–
IN
IN
IN
IN
–
OUT
OUT
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
IN
OUT
–
–
–
IN
–
–
OUT
–
–
–
IN
–
–
OUT
–
–
–
IN
–
–
OUT
–
–
–
On-Board Diagnostic Function
• Some DTCs have been changed.
• The on-board diagnostic function is incorporated into the following module:
— PCM
— TCM (AT)
— DSC HU/CM (with DSC)
— ABS HU/CM (with ABS)
— Keyless control module
— Steering angle sensor (with DSC)
— Instrument cluster
— Power retractable hardtop control module (with power retractable hardtop)
• Using the Mazda Modular Diagnostic System (M-MDS), DTCs can be read out and deleted.
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CONTROL SYSTEM
Block diagram
WITHOUT POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
DSC HU/CM
(WITH DSC)
X
KEYLESS
CONTROL MODULE
(WITH ADVANCED
KEYLESS SYSTEM)
ABS HU/CM
(WITH ABS)
Z
W
4AA
Y
STEERING
ANGLE
SENSOR
(WITH DSC)
E
4Z
F
1J
INSTRUMENT
CLUSTER
1L
1AM
PCM
1AI
1G
1C
F
TCM (AT)
TWISTED PAIR
X
W
KEYLESS
CONTROL MODULE
(WITH ADVANCED
KEYLESS SYSTEM)
ABS HU/CM
(WITH ABS)
Z
: CAN_H
: CAN_L
DLC-2
WITH POWER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP
DSC HU/CM
(WITH DSC)
E
4AA
4Z
STEERING
ANGLE
SENSOR
(WITH DSC)
E
F
1J
INSTRUMENT
CLUSTER
1L
Y
1AM
PCM
F
1AI
E
DLC-2
1G
TWISTED PAIR
1C
TCM (AT)
3S
3U
POWER
RETRACTABLE
HARDTOP
CONTROL MODULE
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CONTROL SYSTEM
Self-malfunction diagnostic function
• The self-malfunction diagnostic function determines that there is a malfunction, and outputs a signal, as a DTC,
to the DLC-2. The DTC can be read out using the Mazda Modular Diagnostic System (M-MDS).
DTC table
U0073
U0100
U0101
Malfunction location
CAN system communication error
Communication error to PCM
Communication error to TCM
U0121
Communication error to DSC HU/CM or ABS HU/CM
U0155
Communication error to instrument cluster
U0214
U0323
Abnormal message from power retractable hardtop control
module
Communication error to keyless control module
Communication error to instrument cluster
U1900
Communication error to other module
U2023
Abnormal message from PCM
U2197
Invalid vehicle speed signal data
U2516
CAN system communication error
U0207
DTC output module
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
PCM
TCM
DSC HU/CM
ABS HU/CM
Power retractable hardtop control
module
Keyless control module
Instrument cluster
TCM
DSC HU/CM
Power retractable hardtop control
module
Keyless control module
Instrument cluster
PCM
DSC HU/CM
Power retractable hardtop control
module
Instrument cluster
PCM
Instrument cluster
PCM
DSC HU/CM
Keyless control module
Instrument cluster
Keyless control module
• DSC HU/CM
• ABS HU/CM
• Steering angle sensor
• DSC HU/CM
• ABS HU/CM
• Keyless control module
Power retractable hardtop control module
• Instrument cluster
• Information display
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