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Mazda 3 Service Manual: Air Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor Inspection [Mzr 2.0, Mzr 2.5]

Mazda 3 Service Manual / Engine / Control / Sensors, Switches, Relays / Air Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor Inspection [Mzr 2.0, Mzr 2.5]

A/F Sensor Inspection

1. Connect the M-MDS to the DLC-2.


2. Switch the ignition to ON.

3. Warm up the engine to normal operating temperature.

4. Access the following PIDs using the M-MDS..

5. Drive the vehicle and decelerate the engine speed by releasing the accelerator pedal fully when the engine speed is 3,000 rpm or more

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6. Verify that the A/F sensor output current (PID: O2S11) is 0.25 mA or more

while decelerating as shown in the figure.


A/F Sensor Heater Inspection

WARNING:

1. Remove the battery cover..

2. Disconnect the negative battery cable..

3. Remove the plug hole plate..

4. Remove the air cleaner assembly. (MZR 2.5).

5. Disconnect the A/F sensor connector.

6. Measure the resistance between A/F sensor terminals A and E.


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Air Fuel Ratio (A/F) Sensor Removal/Installation [Mzr 2.0, Mzr 2.5]
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