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Mazda 3 Service Manual: Initial Learning [Fw6 A EL]

Introduction

WARNING:

Using M-MDS

Preparation before servicing

1. Verify initial learning implementation necessity for replacement parts.

Replacement part

Initial learning necessity

Control valve body replacement

Necessary

Oil pressure switch replacement

Necessary

Automatic transaxle replacement

Unnecessary

ON/OFF solenoid replacement

Unnecessary

Coupler component replacement

Unnecessary


2. Apply the parking brake firmly, and set the wheel blocks for both the front and rear wheels.

3. Inspect the ATF level..

4. Bring the M-MDS inside the vehicle and connect it to the DLC-2.

5. Perform vehicle identification using the M-MDS.

6. Start the engine.

7. After the vehicle is identified, select the following items from initialization of the IDS.

a. Select “Data logger”

b. Select “Module”

c. Select “TCM”

8. While checking the PID, warm-up the engine and allow the ATF temperature to reach 40—110 °C {72—198 °F}

. PID name: TFT (ATF temperature)

Starting procedure for initial learning

1. After the vehicle is identified, select the following items from initialization of the IDS.

a. Select “Self-test”

b. Select “Module”

c. Select “TCM”

d. Select “Retrieve CMDTCs”

NOTE:

2. Start the engine and wait for 30 s or more

.

3. Perform the following steps (1) to (4) with the brake pedal depressed.


CAUTION:

a. Shift the selector lever from P position to D position and click the DTC clear button for the M-MDS.


b. When the M-MDS screen returns to the DTC display screen, shift the selector lever from D position to M position within 10 s

and verify that the engine speed increases from idling.


NOTE:

c. Verify that the engine speed returns to idle and the AT warning light flashes two times

.

d. After the AT warning light flashes twice, shift the selector lever from M position to P position and stop the engine.


NOTE:

4. Release the brake pedal.

5. Switch the ignition to KOEO and verify the DTC.

Not Using of M-MDS (with push button start)

Preparation before servicing

1. Verify initial learning implementation necessity for replacement parts.

Replacement part

Initial learning necessity

Control valve body replacement

Necessary

Oil pressure switch replacement

Necessary

Automatic transaxle replacement

Unnecessary

ON/OFF solenoid replacement

Unnecessary

Coupler component replacement

Unnecessary


2. Apply the parking brake firmly, and set the wheel blocks for both the front and rear wheels.

3. Inspect the ATF level..

4. Start the engine.

5. Warm-up the engine and allow the ATF temperature to reach 40—110 °C {72—198 °F}

.

Starting procedure for initial learning

1. Start the engine and wait for 30 s or more

.

2. Perform the following steps (1) to (7) with the brake pedal depressed.


CAUTION:

a. Shift the selector lever from P position to N position, press the push button start one time

, and stop the engine.


b. Shift the selector lever from N position to M- position, press the push button start one time

while holding the lever in the M- position, and wait for 5 s or more

(ignition switch ON).


c. Shift the selector lever from M- position to N position, press the push button start one time

, and start the engine.


d. Shift the selector lever from N position to M+ position and wait for 5 s or more

while holding the lever in the M+ position.


e. Select the selector lever from M+ position to M- position and wait for 5 s or more

while holding the lever in the M- position.


f. When starting idle up, shift the selector lever from the M- position to M position and verify that the AT warning light flashes two times

.


NOTE:

g. After the AT warning light flashes twice, shift the selector lever from M position to P position and stop the engine.


NOTE:

3. Release the brake pedal.

4. Clear the DTC using the M-MDS and switch the ignition off.

5. Switch the ignition ON and verify that DTC P06B8:00 is not recorded using the M-MDS.

Not Using of M-MDS (without push button start)

Preparation before servicing

1. Verify initial learning implementation necessity for replacement parts.

Replacement part

Initial learning necessity

Control valve body replacement

Necessary

Oil pressure switch replacement

Necessary

Automatic transaxle replacement

Unnecessary

ON/OFF solenoid replacement

Unnecessary

Coupler component replacement

Unnecessary


2. Apply the parking brake firmly, and set the wheel blocks for both the front and rear wheels.

3. Inspect the ATF level.

4. Start the engine.

5. Warm-up the engine and allow the ATF temperature to reach 40—110 °C {72—198 °F}

.

Starting procedure for initial learning

1. Start the engine and wait for 30 s or more

.

2. Perform the following steps (1) to (7) with the brake pedal depressed.


CAUTION:

a. Shift the selector lever from P position to N position and stop the engine.


b. Shift the selector lever from N position to M- position, switch the ignition ON while holding the lever in the M- position, and wait for 5 s or more

(ignition switch ON).


c. Shift the selector lever from M- position to N position, turn the ignition switch to START, and start the engine.


d. Shift the selector lever from N position to M+ position and wait for 5 s or more

while holding the lever in the M+ position.


e. Shift the selector lever from M+ position to M- position and wait for 5 s or more

while holding in the M- position.


f. When starting idle up, shift the selector lever from the M- position to M position and verify that the AT warning light flashes two times

.

NOTE:


g. After the AT warning light flashes twice, shift the selector lever from M position to P position and stop the engine.

NOTE:


3. Release the brake pedal.

4. Clear the DTC using the M-MDS and switch the ignition off.

5. Switch the ignition ON and verify that DTC P06B8:00 is not recorded using the M-MDS.

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