Meters and Gauges

Meters and Gauges ‌‌


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Type A


Type B


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Speedometer page 4-11

Odometer, Trip Meter and Trip Meter Selector page 4-11

Tachometer page 4-12

Fuel Gauge page 4-13

Dashboard Illumination page 4-13

Outside Temperature Display page 4-14

Cruise Control Set Vehicle Speed Display (Type A instrument cluster) page 4-15

Maintenance Monitor (Type A instrument cluster) page 4-15

Trip Computer and INFO Switch page 4-18


qSpeedometer

The speedometer indicates the speed of the vehicle.


Odometer, Trip Meter and Trip Meter Selector

The display mode can be changed between trip meter A and trip meter B by pressing the selector while one of them is displayed. The selected mode will be displayed.

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the selector

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Type A


Trip meter A Odometer

Type B


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Trip meter A image Odometer


Press the selector


Trip meter B image Odometer


Press the selector



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Trip meter B Odometer


Press

NOTE

When the ignition is switched to ACC or OFF, the odometer or trip meters cannot be displayed, however, pressing the selector can inadvertently switch the trip meters or reset them during an approximate ten-minute period in the following cases:

β€’ After the ignition is switched to OFF from ON.

β€’ After the driver's door is opened.


Odometer

The odometer records the total distance the vehicle has been driven.

Trip meter

The trip meter can record the total distance of two trips. One is recorded in trip meter A, and the other is recorded in trip meter B.

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For instance, trip meter A can record the distance from the point of origin, and trip meter B can record the distance from where the fuel tank is filled.


When trip meter A is selected, pressing the selector again within one second will change to trip meter B mode.


When trip meter A is selected, TRIP A will be displayed. When trip meter B is selected, TRIP B will be displayed.


The trip meter records the total distance the vehicle is driven until the meter is again reset. Return it to β€œ0.0” by holding the selector depressed for 1 second or more. Use this meter to measure trip distances and to compute fuel consumption.

NOTE

β€’ Only the trip meters record tenths of kilometers (miles).

β€’ The trip record will be erased when:

β€’ The power supply is interrupted (blown fuse or the battery is disconnected).

β€’ The vehicle is driven over 9999.9 km (mile).

Tachometer

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CAUTION

CAUTION

CAUTION

The tachometer shows engine speed in thousands of revolutions per minute (rpm).


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Do not run the engine with the tachometer needle in the RED ZONE. This may cause severe engine damage.


*1 Striped zone


*1 Red zone


*1 The range varies depending on the type of gauge.


NOTE

When the tachometer needle enters the STRIPED ZONE, this indicates to the driver that the gears should be shifted before entering the RED ZONE.

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qFuel Gauge

The fuel gauge shows approximately how much fuel is remaining in the tank when the ignition is switched ON. We recommend keeping the tank over 1/4 full. Type A


Full


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1/4 Full


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Type B

Full


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1/4 Full


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If the low fuel WARNING light illuminates or the fuel level is very low, refuel as soon as possible.

Refer to WARNING/Indicator Lights on page 4-22.

NOTE

β€’ After refueling, it may require some time for the indicator to stabilize. In addition, the indicator may deviate while driving on a slope or curve since the fuel moves in the tank.

β€’ The display indicating a quarter or less remaining fuel has more segments to show the remaining fuel level in greater detail.

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β€’ The direction of the arrow ( ) indicates that the fuel-filler lid is on the left side of the vehicle.


Dashboard Illumination

Rotate the knob to adjust the brightness of the instrument cluster and other illuminations in the dashboard.

NOTE

β€’ The brightness of dashboard illuminations can be adjusted when the headlights and Parking lights are turned on.

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Dim

Dim

Dim

Bright

Bright

Bright

β€’ When the dashboard illumination brightness cannot be adjusted any more, a beep sound will be heard.


Canceling the illumination dimmer

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When the headlight switch is in the

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or position, the illumination of the instrument cluster dims.

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When driving on snowy or foggy roads, or in other situations when the instrument cluster's visibility is reduced due to glare from surrounding brightness, cancel the illumination dimmer and increase the illumination intensity.


To cancel the illumination dimmer, rotate the knob clockwise fully. You will hear a beep sound and the illumination dimmer will be canceled.


NOTE

β€’ This symbol ( image ) indicates the knob to adjust the brightness of the dashboard illumination.

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β€’ If the dashboard illumination knob is kept at the illumination dimmer cancel position, the instrument cluster will not dim when the headlight switch is turned to the or

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position again. Rotate the dashboard illumination knob counterclockwise to activate the illumination dimmer.


Outside Temperature Display

When the ignition is switched ON, the outside temperature is displayed.

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Type B

Type B

Type B

Type A

NOTE

Under the following conditions, the outside temperature display may differ from the actual outside temperature depending on the surroundings and vehicle conditions:

β€’ Significantly cold or hot temperatures.

β€’ Sudden changes in outside temperature.

β€’ The vehicle is parked.

β€’ The vehicle is driven at low speeds.


(Type B instrument cluster)

The outside temperature unit can be switched between Celsius and Fahrenheit using the following procedure.

1. Press the INFO button with the ignition switched off and continue pressing the INFO button for 5 seconds or longer while switching the ignition ON. The outside temperature display flashes.

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2. Press the up or down part of the INFO switch to change the outside temperature unit.

3. Press and hold the INFO button for 3 seconds or longer while the outside temperature display is flashing. The outside temperature display illuminates.

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qCruise Control Set Vehicle Speed Display (Type A instrument cluster)

The vehicle speed preset using the cruise control is displayed.


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Maintenance Monitor (Type A instrument cluster)

The following maintenance period notifications can be displayed by turning the Maintenance Monitor on.

β€’ Scheduled Maintenance

β€’ Tire Rotation

β€’ Tire Pressure Check

The maintenance monitor displays the information when the ignition is switched ON.

NOTE

This function is inoperable while the vehicle is being driven.

Initial setting method

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1. Press the up or down part of the INFO switch and select Settings, and then press the INFO button.

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2. Press the up or down part of the INFO switch and select Maintenance, and then press the INFO button.

3. Press the up or down part of the INFO switch to select the item you want to turn on from the following, and then press the INFO button.

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β€’ Scheduled

β€’ Tire Rotation

β€’ Tire Pressure


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NOTE

If a Scheduled Maintenance item has been set, both the time and distance can be set. For items other than Scheduled Maintenance, either distance or time can be set.

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4. Press the up or down part of the INFO switch and select Set Time or Set Distance, and then press the INFO button. The screen for setting the distance or time to the next maintenance period is displayed.

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5. Press the up or down part of the INFO switch to change the set distance or time, and press the INFO button. If no changes are necessary, press the INFO button.


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NOTE

β€’ The initial setting values are displayed corresponding to the maintenance schedule (except some countries). For each regional maintenance schedule, Refer to Scheduled Maintenance on page 6-4.

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β€’ is displayed on the set items.


Message display

When the remaining time or the distance approaches 0, a message is displayed each time the ignition is switched ON.

NOTE

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β€’ If any of the INFO switches (up , down

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, or INFO button) is pressed while a message is displayed, it will no longer be displayed the next time the ignition is switched ON.

β€’ After the vehicle is serviced and the remaining time/distance is reset, the message for the next maintenance period will be displayed when the remaining distance or time to the next maintenance period approaches 0 (displays when engine is started).

β€’ If there are multiple messages, they are displayed according to their order.

β€’ If OFF is set for Messages, messages are not displayed.


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Message display


Item

Start of message display

Displayed message

Scheduled Maintenance

When remaining distance is less than 500 km (250 mile), or remaining days are less than 15 (whichever comes first)

Scheduled Maintenance Due

Tire Rotation

When remaining distance is less than 500 km (250 mile)

Tire Rotation Due

Tire Pressure Check

When remaining days are less than 15

Tire Pressure Increase Pressure


Reset method

If resetting is performed after a maintenance has been completed, a notification of the next maintenance period will be displayed when the period approaches.

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1. Press the up or down part of the INFO switch and select Settings, and then press the INFO button.

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2. Press the up or down part of the INFO switch and select Maintenance, and then press the INFO button.

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3. Press the up or down part of the INFO switch to select the item you want to reset from the following, and then press the INFO button.

β€’ Scheduled

β€’ Tire Rotation

β€’ Tire Pressure


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β€’ The current remaining distance and time is displayed.

β€’ Even if the remaining distance or time have

surpassed 0, the display does not display a minus (_) and leaves the value at 0.

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4. Press the up or down part of the INFO switch and select Set Time or Set Distance, and then press the INFO button. The remaining time and distance values return to the values previously set. If no changes are necessary, press the INFO button.


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NOTE

β€’ If the settings are changed from the initial values, the values which you set are displayed, not the initial values.

β€’ Even if the battery is disconnected, the remaining distance and time information is not erased.


Method for turning the system off

The maintenance monitor can be turned off even after it has been turned on. If you want to turn it off, the remaining distance and time calculation to the next maintenance period is stopped, and a message does not display to indicate an approaching maintenance period.

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1. Press the up or down part of the INFO switch and select Settings, and then press the INFO button.

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2. Press the up or down part of the INFO switch and select Maintenance, and then press the INFO button.

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3. Press the up or down part of the INFO switch to select the item you want to turn off from the following, and then press the INFO button.

β€’ Scheduled

β€’ Tire Rotation

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β€’ Tire Pressure

4. Select OFF and press the INFO button.


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Trip Computer and INFO Switch

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The following information can be selected by pressing the up or down part of the INFO switch with the ignition switched ON.

β€’ Approximate distance you can travel on the available fuel

β€’ Average fuel economy

β€’ Current fuel economy

β€’ Average vehicle speed

β€’ Settings (Type A instrument cluster)

β€’ WARNING (Type A instrument cluster) If you have any problems with your trip computer, consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer.

Distance-to-empty mode

This mode displays the approximate distance you can travel on the remaining fuel based on the fuel economy.

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The distance-to-empty will be calculated and displayed every second.


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NOTE

β€’ Even though the distance-to-empty display may indicate a sufficient amount of remaining driving distance before refueling is required, refuel as soon as possible if the fuel level is very low or the low fuel WARNING light illuminates.

β€’ The display will not change unless you add more than approximately 10 L (2.6 US gal, 2.2 Imp gal) of fuel.

β€’ The distance-to-empty is the approximate remaining distance the vehicle can be driven until all the graduation marks in the fuel gauge indicating the remaining fuel supply disappear.

Average fuel economy mode

This mode displays the average fuel economy by calculating the total fuel consumption and the total traveled distance since purchasing the vehicle, re- connecting the battery after disconnection, or resetting the data. The average fuel economy is calculated and displayed every minute.


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To clear the data being displayed, press the INFO button for more than 1.5 seconds.

After pressing the INFO button, - - - L/ 100 km (- - - mpg) will be displayed for about 1 minute before the fuel economy is recalculated and displayed.

Current fuel economy mode

This mode displays the current fuel economy by calculating the amount of fuel consumption and the distance traveled.

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Current fuel economy will be calculated and displayed every 2 seconds.

Average vehicle speed will be calculated and displayed every 10 seconds.


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Type B


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When you've slowed to about 5 km/h (3 mph), - - - L/100 km (- - - mpg) will be displayed.

Average vehicle speed mode

This mode displays the average vehicle speed by calculating the distance and the time traveled since connecting the battery or resetting the data.


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Type B


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To clear the data being displayed, press the INFO button for more than 1.5 seconds. After pressing the INFO button,

- - - km/h (- - - mph) will be displayed for about 1 minute before the vehicle speed is recalculated and displayed.

Settings (Type A instrument cluster)

The following settings can be changed (Setting changes cannot be made while driving because the settings are not displayed.):

β€’ Reset Averages

β€’ Smart City Brake Support (SCBS)

β€’ Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) System

β€’ Maintenance

β€’ Optional Screen

β€’ Volumes

β€’ Units

β€’ Language

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β€’ Restore Default

To change settings

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1. Press the up or down part of the INFO switch and select Settings, and then press the INFO button.

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2. Press the up or down part of the INFO switch to select the item you want to change, and then press the INFO button.

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3. Press the up or down part of the INFO switch to select the desired setting, and then press the INFO button.

WARNING (Display Indication) (Type A instrument cluster)

A message is displayed to notify the user of the system operation status and malfunctions or abnormalities.

Check the indicated message.

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Instrument Cluster and Display

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Meters and Gauges ‌‌Type AType BSpeedometer page 4-11Odometer, Trip Meter and Trip ...

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