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Mazda 6 Owners Manual: i-ELOOP

i-ELOOP is a regenerative braking system. When you depress the brake pedal or use engine braking, the kinetic energy that occurs is converted to electrical energy by the power generator and the converted electrical energy is stored in the rechargeable battery (capacitor and battery). The stored electricity is used as power to charge the battery and the vehicle's electrical devices.




CAUTION

High-current electricity flows through the following parts, therefore do not touch them.

NOTE

i-ELOOP Control Status Display

The driver is notified of the i-ELOOP power generating status and the vehicle conditions by the control status display.

The i-ELOOP power generating status is displayed in the center display.

Refer to Control Status Display.

i-ELOOP Charging Display

If the engine is started after the vehicle has not been driven for a long period of time, an “i-ELOOP Charging Please don't Drive” message may be indicated in the display.

Leave the engine idling and wait until the message disappears.

NOTE

If the vehicle is driven while the message is displayed, a beep sound is heard. If you turn the steering wheel while the message is displayed, it will feel heavier than normal, but this does not indicate an abnormality. Stop the vehicle in a safe location with the engine running and do not attempt to turn the steering wheel. The steering operation will return to normal after the message is no longer displayed.


DSC OFF Switch
Press the DSC OFF switch to turn off the TCS/DSC. The DSC OFF indicator light in the instrument cluster will illuminate. Press the switch again to turn the TCS/ DSC back on. The DSC OFF indicator ...

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