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Mazda 6 Service Manual: Pcm inspection

Note

- CMP sensor (See CAMSHAFT POSITION (CMP) SENSOR INSPECTION.)

- Main relay (See RELAY INSPECTION.)

1. Connect the SST

(WDS or equivalent) to the DLC-2.


2. Turn the ignition switch to ON position.

3. Measure the PID value.

Note

- ACCS

- ALTF

- EVAPCP

- FAN1

- FAN2

- FAN3

- FP

- HTR11

- HTR12

- IAC

- IASV

- IMRC

- IMTV

- VT DUTY1

PID/DATA monitor table (reference)






*1 : Calculated value; differs from terminal voltage

*2 : Refrigerant pressure switch (middle) turns on when the refrigerant pressure is 1.691.84 MPa {17.318.7 kgf/cm2, 247265 psi}

*3 : Refrigerant pressure switch (middle) turns off when the refrigerant pressure is 1.261.49 MPa {12.915.1 kgf/cm2, 184214 psi}

*4 : L3 and L8, LF (Intensely hot area) models

*5 : Immobilizer system equipped

*6 : Immobilizer system not equipped

  1. Following PIDs are for the ATX models. If inspects for following PIDs, see PID/DATA MONITOR INSPECTION.

PIDs for the ATX models

- GEAR

- LINEDES

- LPS

- OP_SW_B

- SSA/SS1

- SSB/SS2

- SSC/SS3

- TCS

- TFT

- TFTV

- THOP

- TR

- TR_SENS

- TSS

Pcm removal/installation
Note For replace the PCM, Setup the WDS and perform the PCM configuration. (See PCM CONFIGURATION.) 1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. 2. For R.H.D, perform the following procedures. ...

Pcm configuration
1. Connect the WDS to DLC-2. 2. Set up the WDS (including the vehicle recognition.) 3. Select Module programming. 4. Select Programmable module installation. 5. Select PCM and perform procedures ...

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