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Mazda 3 Service Manual: Shift Lock System Inspection

Shift-Lock System Inspection

1. Switch the ignition to ON.

2. Shift the selector lever to the P position.

3. Perform the following procedures to inspect the shift-lock system.

a. Verify that the selector lever cannot be shifted from P to R position when the brake pedal is released.

b. Verify that the selector lever can be shifted from P to R position when the brake pedal is depressed.

Shift-Lock Solenoid and P Position Switch Inspection

1. Perform the following procedures.

a. Remove the battery cover..

b. Disconnect the negative battery cable..

c. Remove the console..

d. Disconnect the selector lever component connector.


2. Measure the voltage between the selector lever component terminals.


Shift-lock solenoid specification

Terminals

Connected to

Test condition

Voltage (V)

E—GND

Brake switch

Brake pedal released

Below 1.0

Brake pedal depressed

B+

I—GND

Ignition switch

Switch the ignition to off

Below 1.0

Switch the ignition to ACC or ON

B+

K—GND

GND

Under any condition

Below 1.0


Emergency Override Button Inspection

1. Switch the ignition to off.

2. Verify that the selector lever is in the P position.

3. Without the brake pedal depressed, verify that the selector lever cannot be shifted from the P position.

4. Remove the cover using a tape-wrapped flathead screwdriver.


5. Insert the flathead screwdriver into the emergency override hole and push it down.

6. Verify that the selector lever can be shifted from the P position.

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