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Mazda 3 Owners Manual: How to Arm the System

  1. Close the windows and the moonroof * securely.
  2. Switch the ignition OFF.
  3. Make sure the hood, the doors, and the liftgate/trunk lid are closed.
  4. Press the lock button on the transmitter or lock the driver's door from the outside with the auxiliary key.

    The hazard warning lights will flash once.

    The following method will also arm the theft-deterrent system: Press the door-lock switch while any door is open and then close all of the doors.

    (With the advanced keyless function) Press a request switch.

The security indicator light in the instrument panel flashes twice per second for 20 seconds.


  1. After 20 seconds, the system is fully armed.

NOTE

Operation
System triggering conditions The horn sounds intermittently and the hazard warning lights flash for about 30 seconds when the system is triggered by any one of the following: Unlocking a door ...

To Turn Off an Armed System
An armed system can be turned off using any one of the following methods: Pressing the unlock button on the transmitter. Switching the ignition ON. (With the advanced keyless function) Pr ...

Other materials:

Front Outer Handle Removal/Installation
1. To access the glass installation bolt, position the front door glass so that the distance from the top of the front door glass to the upper part of the front beltline molding is approx. 80 mm {3.1 in}. 2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.. 3. Remove the following parts: a. Inne ...

Rear Seat Belt Removal/Installation
CAUTION: The ELR (emergency locking retractor) has a spring that will unwind if the retractor cover is removed. The spring cannot be rewound by hand. If this occurs, the ELR will not work properly. Therefore, do not disassemble the retractor. 4SD 1. Remove the following part ...

Rear Door Trim Disassembly/Assembly
1. Disassemble in the order shown in the figure. 1 Screw 2 Assist handle 3 Switch panel cover 4 Power window subswitch 5 Rear door trim 2. Assembl ...

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