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Mazda 3 Service Manual: Electro Hydraulic Power Assist Steering (EHPAS) Control Module Inspection

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Terminal Voltage Table (Reference)



Terminal

Signal name

Connected to

Measured item

Measured terminal (measured condition)

Standard

Inspection item(s)

1A

Ground

Ground point

Voltage

Under any condition

1 V or less

  • Wiring harness (1A—ground point)

1B

Battery power supply

Battery

Voltage

Under any condition

B+

  • Wiring harness (1B—battery)

  • Fuse (EHPAS 80A)

2A

2B

CAN_L

Inspect under DTC inspection.

2C

2D

CAN_H

Inspect under DTC inspection.

2E

2F

Ignition power supply

Ignition switch or IG1 relay

Voltage

Switch the ignition to ON

B+

  • Wiring harness (2F—ignition switch or IG1 relay—battery)

  • Fuse (ABS IG 7.5A)

Switch the ignition to off

1 V or less


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