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Mazda 3 Service Manual: Solenoid Valve Inspection [FS5 A EL]

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CAUTION:

Primary Control Valve Body

On-vehicle inspection

1. Perform the following procedures.

a. Remove the battery cover..

b. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

c. Remove the air cleaner component..

d. Disconnect the coupler component connector.


2. Measure the resistance between the coupler component terminals.


Solenoid valve specification

Solenoid valve

Terminal

Resistance (ohm)

Pressure control solenoid A

D↔I

2.4—7.3

Shift solenoid A

A↔GND

1.0—4.2

Shift solenoid B

C↔GND

1.0—4.2

Shift solenoid C

G↔GND

1.0—4.2

Shift solenoid D

B↔GND

10.9—26.2

Shift solenoid E

F↔GND

10.9—26.2


Operating inspection

CAUTION:

NOTE:

1. Perform the following procedures.

a. Remove the battery cover..

b. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

c. Remove the air cleaner component..

d. Disconnect the coupler component connector.


2. Apply battery positive voltage to the coupler component terminals A, B, C, F or G and battery negative voltage to GND, and verify that operating sound is heard from solenoid valve.


3. Apply battery positive voltage to the coupler component terminal D and battery negative voltage to terminal I, and verify that operating sound is heard from solenoid valve.


Off-Vehicle inspection

1. Measure the resistance between the solenoid valve terminals.




Secondary Control Valve Body

On-vehicle inspection

1. Perform the following procedures.

a. Remove the battery cover..

b. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

c. Remove the battery component (ex: battery, battery tray and PCM component)..

d. Disconnect the coupler component connector.


2. Measure the resistance between the coupler component terminals A and B.


Solenoid valve specification

Solenoid valve

Terminal

Resistance (ohm)

Pressure control solenoid B

A↔GND

1.0—4.2

Shift solenoid F

B↔GND

8.4—21.8


Operating inspection

CAUTION:

NOTE:

1. Perform the following procedures.

a. Remove the battery cover..

b. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

c. Remove the battery component (ex: battery, battery tray and PCM component)..

d. Disconnect the coupler component connector.


2. Apply battery positive voltage to the coupler component terminals A, B and battery negative voltage to GND, and verify that operating sound is heard from solenoid valve.


Off-Vehicle inspection

1. Measure the resistance between the solenoid valve terminals.



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