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Mazda 6 Service Manual: Combine sensor inspection

Caution

1. Connect the connector.

2. Turn ignition switch on, verify the voltage between terminals B and E under the following conditions.


(1) Lateral-G

1) Horizontal

Voltage
2.4-2.6 V

2) Facing up (inclined 90° from horizontal)

Voltage
3.3-3.7 V


3) Facing down (declined 90° from horizontal)

Voltage
1.3-1.7 V


(2) Yaw rate

1) Measure yaw rate sensor voltage under static condition.


2) Measure voltage at output terminal D and ground terminal E when the yaw rate sensor is rotated left and right.


Caution

  • Be careful when turning the yaw rate sensor rotation position while it is in a reversed state because the rotation direction and voltage will be reversed.

Voltage
Right rotation:
fluctuation between 2.5-4.62 V Left rotation:
fluctuation between 2.5-0.33 V

Combine sensor removal/installation
Caution Be careful and do not allow the combine sensor to fall. If by chance it is subjected to strong impact, replace it. 1. Remove the center console. 2. Remove in the order indicated in ...

Combine sensor initialization procedure
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