2018-2019 CX-5 SKYACTIV-D 2.2L – NEW DIESEL ENGINE FEATURES AND SERVICE CAUTIONS

NHTSA ID Number: 10162026

Manufacturer Communication Number: SA-026-19

Summary

Not only does the diesel engine have unique features compared with a traditional gasoline engine, but the Mazda SKYACTIV-D 2.2L has many unique features even when compared with a conventional diesel engine. For this reason, we are providing the following necessary basic information for service. Please familiarize yourself with the material so that you understand and can explain the unique features and operation of this engine.

I. TECHNICAL FEATURES: Common Rail Injection System, Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF), Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) System, NSC (NOx Storage Catalyst) Control,

II. CUSTOMER ADVICE: Before Driving, Starting the Engine, Turning the Engine Off, When Driving, Maintenance

III. REPAIR: Fuel Injector Installation

IV. PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION (PDI): Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) Regeneration

 

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Service Alert Mazda North American Operations
Irvine, CA 92618-2922
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Subject:
Service Alert No.: SA-026/19
2018-2019 CX-5 SKYACTIV-D 2.2L – NEW DIESEL ENGINE FEATURES
AND SERVICE CAUTIONS
Last Issued: 06/13/2019
APPLICABLE MODEL(S)/VINS
2018-2019 CX-5 SKYACTIV-D 2.2L
DESCRIPTION
Not only does the diesel engine have unique features compared with a traditional gasoline engine, but the
Mazda SKYACTIV-D 2.2L has many unique features even when compared with a conventional diesel
engine. For this reason, we are providing the following necessary basic information for service. Please
familiarize yourself with the material so that you understand and can explain the unique features and
operation of this engine.
I. TECHNICAL FEATURES
Common Rail Injection System
Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF)
Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) System
NSC (NOx Storage Catalyst) Control
II. CUSTOMER ADVICE
Before Driving
Starting the Engine
Turning the Engine Off
When Driving
Maintenance
III. REPAIR
Fuel Injector Installation
IV. PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION (PDI)
Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) Regeneration
Service Alert No.: SA-026/19 Last Issued: 06/13/2019
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CONSUMER NOTICE: The information and instructions in this bulletin are intended for use by skilled technicians. Mazda technicians utilize the proper tools/
equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers.” Customers
should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
contents of this bulletin without obligation or advance notice. All rights reserved. No part of this bulletin may be reproduced in any form or by any means,
electronic or mechanical—including photocopying and recording and the use of any kind of information storage and retrieval system —without permission in
writing.
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I. TECHNICAL FEATURES
Common Rail Injection System
1. The common rail fuel injection system stores fuel pressurized by the supply pump in
the common rail and injects fuel into each cylinder using fuel injectors based on
control from the PCM.
2. Fuel is atomized by extremely high fuel injection pressure and the generation of
particulate matter (PM) is reduced by the dissipation of unburnt fuel.
3. There is a high degree of flexibility in the fuel injection amount, fuel injection timing
and fuel injection pattern. NOx/PM is reduced by controlling the fuel conditions
based on vehicle conditions.
MGSS:
COMMON RAIL
INJECTION
SYSTEM
[SKYACTIV-D
2.2]
Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF)
1. Diesel particulate elimination equipment (DPF) has been adopted to eliminate PM
from the exhaust gas.
2. When the amount of accumulated particulate matter (PM) in the diesel particulate
filter exceeds a certain value, the PCM acts to combust and eliminate the PM.
See Owner’s
Manual ->
Maintenance
and Care ->
Diesel
Particulate
Filter (DPF)
MGSS: DIESEL
PARTICULATE
FILTER
REGENERATION
CONTROL
[SKYACTIV-D
2.2]
Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) System
1. Reduction of NOx in the exhaust gas has been achieved by optimally controlling the
SCR system (such as Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) injection amount) according to the
vehicle conditions.
See Owner’s
Manual ->
Maintenance
and Care ->
Selective
Catalytic
Reduction
(SCR) System
MGSS: SCR
CONTROL
[SKYACTIV-D
2.2]
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CONSUMER NOTICE: The information and instructions in this bulletin are intended for use by skilled technicians. Mazda technicians utilize the proper tools/
equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers.” Customers
should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
contents of this bulletin without obligation or advance notice. All rights reserved. No part of this bulletin may be reproduced in any form or by any means,
electronic or mechanical—including photocopying and recording and the use of any kind of information storage and retrieval system —without permission in
writing.
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NSC (NOx Storage Catalyst) Control
1. The NSC absorbs the NOx from the engine exhaust.
2. The PCM performs NOx reduction control periodically to break down NOx stored in
the NSC (DENOx control).
3. The PCM performs NOx reduction control periodically to break down NOx
accumulated in the NSC (DENOxcontrol). NOx reduction control is performed at the
same time as diesel particulate filter regeneration control.
See Owner’s
Manual ->
Maintenance
and Care ->
NSC (NOx
Storage
Catalyst)
Control
MGSS: NSC
CONTROL
[SKYACTIV-D
2.2]
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CONSUMER NOTICE: The information and instructions in this bulletin are intended for use by skilled technicians. Mazda technicians utilize the proper tools/
equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers.” Customers
should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
contents of this bulletin without obligation or advance notice. All rights reserved. No part of this bulletin may be reproduced in any form or by any means,
electronic or mechanical—including photocopying and recording and the use of any kind of information storage and retrieval system —without permission in
writing.
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II. CUSTOMER ADVICE
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CONSUMER NOTICE: The information and instructions in this bulletin are intended for use by skilled technicians. Mazda technicians utilize the proper tools/
equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers.” Customers
should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
contents of this bulletin without obligation or advance notice. All rights reserved. No part of this bulletin may be reproduced in any form or by any means,
electronic or mechanical—including photocopying and recording and the use of any kind of information storage and retrieval system —without permission in
writing.
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Before Driving
▼Fuel Requirements
The vehicle will operate efficiently on diesel fuel with specification Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel
(ULSD, 15 ppm sulfur or less) fuel that meets the ASTM D975 standard or the equivalent.
Fuel grade labels are visible on the fuel-filler lid, therefore, always verify the fuel grade
before refueling. If the fuel grade cannot be verified, ask the gas station attendant.
CAUTION:
1. Never use fuel other than specification Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD, 15 ppm sulfur or
less) fuel that meets the ASTM D975 standard or the equivalent for your vehicle. Use
of gasoline or kerosene in diesel engines will result in fuel system and engine damage.
2. Never use diesel fuel with concentrations of methyl ester bio-diesel higher than 5%
(B5), such as B20 or B100.
3. Never add fuel system additives, otherwise, the emission control system could be
damaged.
4. If any type of incorrect fuel is accidentally pumped into the fuel tank, do not turn on
the engine or drive the vehicle, instead, consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer.
5. Turning on the engine or driving the vehicle with the incorrect fuel could cause
damage to the fuel pump and fuel injectors.
6. Do not mistake the refueling port for the DEF filler port. If fuel is added to the DEF
filler port by mistake, do not turn on the engine or drive the vehicle, instead, consult
an Authorized Mazda Dealer.
7. Turning on the engine or driving the vehicle with fuel in the DEF filler port could cause
damage to the emission control system.
NOTE:
1. Fuel for winter driving is available. Ask the gas station attendant for details.
2. When refueling, always add at least 2.6 US gal (10 L, 2.2 Imp gal) of fuel.
Low outside temperatures
When the outside temperature is low, diesel fuel (which is a light oil) may freeze and clog
the fuel pipe, leading to problems such as the engine not starting. When driving to a cold
region, add winter grade diesel fuel as soon as possible.
See Owner’s
Manual ->
Before
Driving ->
Fuel
Requirement
s
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CONSUMER NOTICE: The information and instructions in this bulletin are intended for use by skilled technicians. Mazda technicians utilize the proper tools/
equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers.” Customers
should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
contents of this bulletin without obligation or advance notice. All rights reserved. No part of this bulletin may be reproduced in any form or by any means,
electronic or mechanical—including photocopying and recording and the use of any kind of information storage and retrieval system —without permission in
writing.
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Never use engine starting assist additives
Using engine starting assist additives is dangerous because they may cause a vehicle
explosion or a vehicle runaway condition, leading to serious injury or death.
(Technical Background)
1. The flapper is equipped on the fuel filler neck to prevent non-diesel fuel filling.
Diesel’s wider diameter nozzle can release the lock and open the flapper.
RUN DRY PREVENTION (RDP) CONTROL
To prevent air from flowing into the fuel line when fuel decreases in the fuel tank, the
output is intentionally controlled to warn the driver to supply fuel. The PCM stores the
output limit or DTC according to the remaining fuel level.
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CONSUMER NOTICE: The information and instructions in this bulletin are intended for use by skilled technicians. Mazda technicians utilize the proper tools/
equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers.” Customers
should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
contents of this bulletin without obligation or advance notice. All rights reserved. No part of this bulletin may be reproduced in any form or by any means,
electronic or mechanical—including photocopying and recording and the use of any kind of information storage and retrieval system —without permission in
writing.
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Starting the Engine
1. The starter motor will not engage until the glow indicator light turns off.
2. If the ignition switch is left ON for a long period of time without the engine running,
the glow plugs could have cooled down. The glow plugs may require warming up
again, which will illuminate the glow indicator light.
3. When starting the engine, do not release the brake pedal until the glow indicator light
in the instrument cluster turns off and the engine starts.
(Technical Background)
1. Heating the glow plugs is controlled by the PCM through the glow control module to
improve engine start ability.
2. Energization time to the glow plugs is determined according to the engine coolant
temperature and engine starting conditions.
See Owner’s
Manual ->
When Driving
-> Starting
the Engine
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CONSUMER NOTICE: The information and instructions in this bulletin are intended for use by skilled technicians. Mazda technicians utilize the proper tools/
equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers.” Customers
should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
contents of this bulletin without obligation or advance notice. All rights reserved. No part of this bulletin may be reproduced in any form or by any means,
electronic or mechanical—including photocopying and recording and the use of any kind of information storage and retrieval system —without permission in
writing.
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Turning the Engine Off
1. If the engine is started and stopped repeatedly before it warms up, the engine may
speed up to 1,500 rpm while the vehicle is stopped and in Park or Neutral in order to
clean the engine internally.
2. Do not shut off the engine until the engine returns to normal idle speed.
Display Content Action to be taken
Fast Idle Due to
Diesel Injector
Cleaning
Indicated when the engine
speed increases because
the engine is being
cleaned internally
The engine speed will increase while the
engine is running an internal cleaning cycle
with the selector lever in the P or N position.
Do not stop the engine while the engine speed
is high. When the cleaning cycle is completed,
the engine speed will return to normal.
(Technical Background)
1. The PCM implements fuel injection control when it determines that the ignition switch
is being switched OFF repeatedly while the engine has not been warmed up sufficiently.
2. To prevent condensation accumulation in the fuel injection system, the combustion
chamber temperature is increased by increasing idle speed to approximately 1,500 rpm
under no-load. When the temperature in the combustion chamber increases to the
specified temperature, the idle speed increase is automatically canceled.
See Owner’s
Manual ->
When Driving
-> Turning
the Engine
Off
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CONSUMER NOTICE: The information and instructions in this bulletin are intended for use by skilled technicians. Mazda technicians utilize the proper tools/
equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers.” Customers
should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
contents of this bulletin without obligation or advance notice. All rights reserved. No part of this bulletin may be reproduced in any form or by any means,
electronic or mechanical—including photocopying and recording and the use of any kind of information storage and retrieval system —without permission in
writing.
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When Driving
▼Diesel Particulate Filter
The diesel particulate filter collects and removes most of the particulate matter (PM) in
the exhaust gas of a diesel engine. PM collected by the diesel particulate filter is cleared
during normal driving, however, PM may not be removed and the diesel particulate filter
indicator light may illuminate under the following conditions:
1. If the vehicle is driven at 9 mph (15 km/h) or less continuously.
2. If the vehicle is repeatedly driven for a short period of time (10 minute or less) or
driven while the engine is cold.
3. If the vehicle is idled for a long time.
When “DPF Clogged” is indicated
When the particulate matter (PM) cannot be removed automatically and the amount of
collected PM has reached a specified amount, perform the following to clear the PM from
the DPF.
1. After the engine has sufficiently warmed up (engine coolant temperature of 176 °F
(80 °C) or more), drive the vehicle at a speed of 12 mph (20 km/h) or more for about
15 to 20 minutes.
CAUTION:
1. If the vehicle continues to be driven with “DPF Clogged” indicated in the display, the
particulate matter (PM) increases and the indication may change to “DPF
malfunction”. If the indication changes to “DPF malfunction”, have the vehicle
inspected immediately at an Authorized Mazda Dealer.
2. If the vehicle is not inspected and continues to be driven, the engine may malfunction.
NOTE:
1. When “DPF malfunction” is indicated in the display, the engine output is restricted to
protect the diesel particulate filter.
2. The engine sound and exhaust gas smell may change when PM is being removed while
driving.
(Technical Background)
1. When the amount of accumulated particulate matter (PM) in the diesel particulate
filter exceeds a certain value, the PCM controls post fuel injection to combust and
eliminate PM.
2. Two methods are available to combust and eliminate PM, one is automatic DPF
regeneration control which is performed by the PCM automatically. The other method
is compulsory DPF regeneration control which can be forcibly performed externally
(using the Mazda Modular Diagnostic System (M-MDS)).
3. During DPF regeneration control, fuel is injected after the main injection to increase the
temperature (follow-up injection, post injection).
See Owner’s
Manual ->
When Driving
-> Diesel
Particulate
Filter (DPF)
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CONSUMER NOTICE: The information and instructions in this bulletin are intended for use by skilled technicians. Mazda technicians utilize the proper tools/
equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers.” Customers
should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
contents of this bulletin without obligation or advance notice. All rights reserved. No part of this bulletin may be reproduced in any form or by any means,
electronic or mechanical—including photocopying and recording and the use of any kind of information storage and retrieval system —without permission in
writing.
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4. The value displayed, as the current fuel economy increases, shows a lower MPG value
during DPF regeneration.
▼Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) System
The SCR system is designed to reduce nitrogen oxide (NOx) in the exhaust gas and purify
the exhaust gas by injecting it with Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF).
WARNING:
Be careful not to allow the DEF to run out. If the DEF completely runs out, the SCR
system will not operate normally. When the remaining DEF is low, a message is displayed
on the multi-information display, and the SCR warning light turns on/flashes. If DEF needs
to be replenished, add DEF following the specified procedure.
NOTE:
1. DEF needs to be replenished periodically according to the scheduled maintenance
information.
2. Normally, the vehicle can be driven about 7,500 miles (12,000 km) before the DEF
needs to be replenished. However, it may need to be replenished earlier depending on
the driving and environmental conditions (i.e. high load on the engine while driving or
driving the vehicle at high altitude).
3. The sound of the SCR system operating may be heard from under the vehicle,
however, this does not indicate a problem.
▼Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) System Indications
As the remaining amount of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) lowers, the SCR system notifies the
driver using the following indications. The vehicle speed may be restricted for a while,
even if the warning light turns off after replenishing the DEF. To cancel the vehicle speed
restriction immediately, switch the ignition OFF after the warning light turns off, then
switch the ignition ON again.
Status Warning sound
SCR
warning
light
Multiinformation
display
indication
Driving
restriction
Remaining DEF has
decreased (Max.
driving distance: 600
miles (966 km) or
less).
Sound is activated
when the ignition is
switched ON.
Turns off None
See Owner’s
Manual ->
When Driving
-> Selective
Catalytic
Reduction
(SCR) System
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CONSUMER NOTICE: The information and instructions in this bulletin are intended for use by skilled technicians. Mazda technicians utilize the proper tools/
equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers.” Customers
should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
contents of this bulletin without obligation or advance notice. All rights reserved. No part of this bulletin may be reproduced in any form or by any means,
electronic or mechanical—including photocopying and recording and the use of any kind of information storage and retrieval system —without permission in
writing.
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Remaining DEF is low
(Max. driving
distance: 400 miles
(644 km) or less).
Sound is activated
when the ignition is
switched ON.
Turns on
Vehicle speed
of 50 mph (80
km/h) or
slower.
Remaining DEF is
extremely low (Max.
driving distance: 200
miles (322 km) or
less).
Sound is activated
when the ignition is
switched ON.
Flashes
Vehicle speed
of 30 mph (48
km/h) or
slower.
No remaining DEF
(Max. driving
distance: 0 miles (0
km)).
Sound is activated
when the remaining
distance to empty
indication is miles (0
km).
Flashes Creep travel *1
The following indications are displayed when there is a problem with the SCR system/DEF.
The vehicle speed may be restricted for a while, even if the warning light turned off after
having the vehicle repaired. To cancel the vehicle speed restriction immediately, switch
the ignition OFF after the warning light turns off, then switch the ignition ON again.
Status Warning sound
SCR
warning
light
Multiinformation
display
indication
Driving
restriction
There is a problem with
the SCR system/DEF
(Max. driving distance:
250 miles (402 km) or
less).
Sound is activated
when there is a
problem.
Sound is activated
when the ignition is
switched ON.
Flashes None
Condition in which a
problem with SCR
system/DEF continues
(Max. driving distance:
125 miles (201 km) or
less).
Sound is activated
when the ignition is
switched ON.
Flashes
Vehicle speed
of 30 mph (48
km/h) or
slower.
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CONSUMER NOTICE: The information and instructions in this bulletin are intended for use by skilled technicians. Mazda technicians utilize the proper tools/
equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers.” Customers
should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
contents of this bulletin without obligation or advance notice. All rights reserved. No part of this bulletin may be reproduced in any form or by any means,
electronic or mechanical—including photocopying and recording and the use of any kind of information storage and retrieval system —without permission in
writing.
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Condition in which a
problem with SCR
system/DEF continues
(Max. driving distance: 0
miles (0 km)).
Sound is activated
when the remaining
distance to empty
indication is 0 miles
(0 km).
Flashes Creep travel *1
DEF has been
replenished over the
specified amount.
— Turns on None
1. If the SCR catalyst temperature exceeds 356 °F, {180 °C}, the NOx sensor is activated,
and NOx is detected. The Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) injection function operates
according to the purification rate of the catalyst.
2. The dosing control unit controls the heater (urea tank, urea hose) to keep warm or
defrost the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) according to the surrounding environment and
Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) conditions.
3. The warning function operates if there is low or excess Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) or
fluid other than normal Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) is in the tank, or there is a
malfunction in the SCR system.
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CONSUMER NOTICE: The information and instructions in this bulletin are intended for use by skilled technicians. Mazda technicians utilize the proper tools/
equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers.” Customers
should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
contents of this bulletin without obligation or advance notice. All rights reserved. No part of this bulletin may be reproduced in any form or by any means,
electronic or mechanical—including photocopying and recording and the use of any kind of information storage and retrieval system —without permission in
writing.
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Maintenance
▼Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Handling
CAUTION:
1. Store DEF in a place out of the reach of children. If DEF gets in your mouth, wash your
mouth with a large amount of water immediately and seek medical attention. If DEF is
mistakenly swallowed, drink 1 to 2 cups of water immediately and seek medical
attention. If DEF gets in your eyes, rinse them with running water immediately and
seek medical attention.
2. Do not use DEF when 2 years have elapsed from the production date indicated on the
container or the use period has expired. If DEF with an expired use period is used, the
Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) System may not operate normally.
3. Do not store DEF in the vehicle. DEF may deteriorate or the interior may be damaged
due to fluid leakage from the container.
4. If DEF gets on the painted surface or the interior, wash it off with water or wipe it off
with a wet cloth immediately, otherwise, it may damage the painted surface or the
interior.
5. Do not put DEF into a different container. There may be foreign matter in the
container. If DEF containing foreign matter is used, it could cause a problem with the
SCR system. In addition, changing containers is dangerous because it increases the risk
of accidental ingestion.
NOTE:
1. Store DEF in a cool, dark place. DEF freezes at 12 °F (–11 °C), however, when the
temperature increases, the DEF returns to its original condition.
2. DEF is a colorless, transparent, odorless, and nonpoisonous solution (urea: 32.5 %,
aqueous solution (AUS32)). When opening the container, there may be a smell of
ammonia. Open the container in a well-ventilated area.
3. If DEF gets on your hands, wash them with running water immediately.
▼Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Replenishment
CAUTION:
1. Use a Mazda genuine product or a product conforming to ISO22241-1 for DEF. If
incompatible DEF is used, the Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system may not
operate normally.
2. Do not dilute DEF with water. If diluted DEF is used, it could cause a problem with the
SCR system or damage it. Do not add any fluid other than DEF to the urea tank. If any
fluid other than DEF is added, it could cause a problem with the SCR system or damage
it. Do not switch the ignition ON, and contact an Authorized Mazda Dealer.
See Owner’s
Manual ->
Maintenance
and Care ->
Diesel
Exhaust Fluid
(DEF)
Handling
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CONSUMER NOTICE: The information and instructions in this bulletin are intended for use by skilled technicians. Mazda technicians utilize the proper tools/
equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers.” Customers
should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
contents of this bulletin without obligation or advance notice. All rights reserved. No part of this bulletin may be reproduced in any form or by any means,
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3. When adding DEF, use a bottle with an anti-spill nozzle. If a bottle without an anti-spill
nozzle or a commercial dispenser at a gasoline station is used, it could cause leakage
or the DEF could spray out.
4. Do not overfill the DEF. If the DEF is overfilled, it may freeze during cold temperatures
of 12 °F (–11°C) or less. When urea freezes, it expands and could cause tank breakage.
Always use a bottle with an auto-stop function and stop adding fluid when the autostop function operates.
NOTE:
1. When adding DEF during low temperatures of 12 °F (–11°C) or less, move the vehicle
to a warm location. If the DEF starts to freeze, it may not flow correctly, and the
correct amount may not have been added. In addition, if the fluid freezes in the urea
tank, you may not be able to tell if the correct amount of fluid was added.
2. Replenishment of DEF by an Authorized Mazda Dealer is recommended. If you want to
replenish the DEF yourself, follow the replenishment procedure below.
DEF Replenishment Procedure
1. Check the remaining amount of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) on the multi-information
display. The remaining amount of DEF and the remaining-distance-to-empty indications
are displayed when the ignition is switched ON (the screen content changes each time the
INFO switch is pressed).
NOTE:
The replenishment amount (reference) according to the DEF level (%) indication is
mentioned in the Owner’s Manual or Workshop Manual. Even if DEF is added at the
indicated replenishment amount, 100% may not be indicated on the display.
2. Stop the vehicle on level ground.
3. Switch the ignition OFF.
4. Open the fuel-filler lid.
See Owner’s
Manual ->
Maintenance
and Care ->
Diesel
Exhaust Fluid
(DEF)
Replenishme
nt
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should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
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5. Open the cap for the DEF filler port.
6. Remove the cap from the DEF bottle. Insert the bottle into the DEF filler port and screw
it in lightly until it stops.
CAUTION:
If too much DEF is added, the SCR system might display a warning. If the warning remains
displayed, the urea tank may have a problem, or it may be damaged.
NOTE:
1. If excessive force is applied when pressing in the bottom of the bottle, the bottle or
the DEF filler port may be damaged.
2. When the urea tank is full, stop adding DEF. The flow from the bottle slows down due
to the bottle’s auto-stop function. If you continue adding DEF, the urea tank will
overfill.
7. Press in the bottom of the bottle straight and add DEF.
NOTE:Always use a bottle with an auto-stop function and stop adding fluid when the
auto-stop function operates.
8. Remove the bottle in the reverse order of insertion. At this time, be careful of DEF
See Owner’s
Manual ->
Maintenance
and Care ->
DEF
Replenishme
nt Procedure
See Owner’s
Manual ->
Maintenance
and Care ->
Recommend
ed Oil
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should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
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dripping from the bottle.
9. Tighten the cap of the DEF filler port until you hear two or more click sounds.
10. Switch the ignition ON once.
11. Check the following while the vehicle is stopped.
1. No DEF level warning indication is displayed on the multi-information display.
2. The DEF level (%) indication on the multi-information display shows an increase.
12. Switch the ignition OFF.
If the above indications remain unchanged even after one minute has passed with the
vehicle stopped:
1. If you have already added 1.0 US gal (3.8 L, 0.84 Imp gal) of DEF according to the DEF
level (%) indication on the multi-information display, prepare an additional 1.0 US gal
(3.8 L, 0.84 Imp gal) of DEF or more and add it following the replenishment procedure.
2. If you added the correct amount of DEF, the DEF level (%) indication on the multiinformation display will show an increase while the vehicle is being driven. If the DEF
level (%) shows no increase or the speed restriction does not cancel even while driving
the vehicle, consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer.
(Technical Background)
1. Top up with new diesel exhaust fluid in the urea tank once a year.
2. Check the total driving mileage for the last three years. If 12,000 miles (19,200 km) or
more, top up with new diesel exhaust fluid in the urea tank. If less than 12,000 miles
(19,200 km), replace the diesel exhaust fluid in the urea tank.
▼Recommended Oil
SKYACTIV-D SAE 0W-30 engine oil
Mazda Genuine Oil is used in your Mazda vehicle and is the recommended SKYACTIV-D
SAE 0W-30 lubricant. Mazda Genuine SKYACTIV-D SAE 0W-30 Oil is exclusively for
SKYACTIV-D and required to achieve optimum fuel economy and durability for the Diesel
Particulate Filter. If Mazda Genuine SKYACTIV-D SAE 0W-30 Oil is not available, ACEA C3
0W-30 may be used for oil level maintenance and oil changes however, it is strongly
recommended to replace with Mazda Genuine SKYACTIV-D SAE 0W-30 at the next oil
change to maintain optimum performance.
See Owner’s
Manual ->
Maintenance
and Care ->
Inspecting
Engine Oil
Level
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equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers.” Customers
should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
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writing.
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CAUTION:
SKYACTIV-D 2.2L uses specified oil. Please confirm the specification in owner’s manual. If
engine oil other than the specified oil is used, the Diesel Particulate Filter effective period
of use will be shortened or the Diesel Particulate Filter may be damaged.
NOTE:
Whenever the engine oil is replaced, the vehicles engine control unit needs to be reset as
soon as possible. Otherwise, the engine oil warning light or the wrench indicator light may
display at the wrong time.
(Technical Background)
1. During DPF regeneration, soot or particulate matter (PM) inside the DPF is burnt off
and as a result, ash accumulates inside the DPF. The main sources of soot comes from
engine oil additives. The accumulation of ash in the DPF is an important factor limiting
the service life of the DPF. Since the DPF used in the SKYACTIV-D is light and compact,
its capacity is relatively small. Therefore, in order to retain DPF longevity, the use of
low ash oil is very important.
2. The DPF capacity is diminished when using oils other than Mazda Genuine SKYACTIV-D
SAE as they contain too much ash.
3. Use of non-specified oils also results in premature oil dilution due to the frequent DPF
regeneration attempts to remove the ash.
▼Inspecting Engine Oil Level
When inspecting the engine oil level, pull out the dipstick straight without twisting. In
addition, when inserting the dipstick, always insert it without twisting so that the “X” mark
faces the front of the vehicle.
See Owner’s
Manual ->
Maintenance
and Care ->
Maintenance
Monitor
(Engine Oil)
See Owner’s
Manual ->
Maintenance
and Care ->
Fuel Filter
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equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers.” Customers
should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
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1. Be sure the vehicle is on a level surface.
2. Warm up the engine to normal operating temperature.
3. Turn it off and wait at least 5 minutes for the oil to return to the oil pan.
4. Pull out the dipstick, wipe it clean, and reinsert it fully.
5. Pull it out again and examine the level. The level is normal if it is between the MIN and
MAX marks. If it is near or below MIN, add enough oil to bring the level to MAX.
CAUTION:
Do not overfill the engine oil. This may cause engine damage.
6. Make sure the O-ring on the dipstick is positioned properly before reinserting the
dipstick.
7. Reinsert the dipstick fully.
NOTE:
1. Inspect the engine oil level periodically. When inspecting the engine oil, if the engine
oil level exceeds the “X” mark on the dipstick, replace the engine oil. This should be
done by an Authorized Mazda Dealer.
2. When replacing the engine oil, inspect the oil level using the dipstick and refill so that
the engine oil level is within the MIN and MAX range, as shown below.
(Technical Background)
1. The PCM calculates the engine oil level based on the engine oil level sensor signal and
the vehicle driving information. When engine oil level high is determined, the
instrument cluster displays a message “Engine Oil Level High” and DTC P252F:00 is
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should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
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stored. Overfilling the engine oil leads to an early determination of “Engine Oil Level
High”.
2. During DPF generation control, extra fuel is injected after the main injection to increase
the temperature and burn off excess PM. This can cause engine oil dilution and
gradually raise the oil level.
▼Maintenance Monitor (Engine Oil)
The vehicle calculates the remaining oil life based on engine operating conditions. The
vehicle lets you know when an oil change is due by illuminating the wrench indicator light
in the instrument cluster.
1. Select the icon on the home screen to display the Applications screen.
2. Select “Vehicle Status Monitor”.
3. Select “Maintenance” to display the maintenance list screen.
4. Switch the tab and select the “Oil Change”. You can customize settings in the setup
display as follows:
Item Explanation
Setting Interval
Oil replacement period can be selected from the flexible setting or
fixed setting.
Once engine oil flexible maintenance is selected, the vehicle
calculates the remaining oil life based on the engine operating
conditions.
The vehicle lets you know when an oil change is due by illuminating
the wrench indication/indicator light in the instrument cluster.
Distance (mile or km)
(Displays only in fixed
setting)
Displays the distance until the oil replacement is due. Select this
item to set the oil replacement distance.
The wrench indication/indicator light in the instrument cluster will
be illuminated when the remaining distance is less than 600 miles
(1,000 km) (*1).
Distance (mile or km)
(Displays only in
flexible setting)
Displays the distance until the oil replacement is due.
The wrench indication/indicator light in the instrument cluster will
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CONSUMER NOTICE: The information and instructions in this bulletin are intended for use by skilled technicians. Mazda technicians utilize the proper tools/
equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers.” Customers
should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
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be illuminated when the remaining distance is less than 600 miles
(1,000 km).
Reset
Resets the remaining distance to the initial value.
Once the system turns on, it needs to be reset whenever replacing
the engine oil.
Item Explanation
Setting Interval
Oil replacement period can be selected from the fixed setting. The
vehicle lets you know when an oil change is due by illuminating the
wrench indicator light in the instrument cluster.
Distance (mile or km)
Displays the distance until the oil replacement is due. Select this
item to set the oil replacement distance.
The wrench indication/indicator light in the instrument cluster will
be illuminated when the remaining distance is less than 1,000 km
or 600 mile (*1).
Reset
Resets the remaining distance to the initial value.
Once the system turns on, it needs to be reset whenever replacing
the engine oil.
1. The PCM performs the following calculations, and when any of the following exceed
their specifications, it determines that the engine oil replacement period has been
reached.
– Traveled distance
– Elapsed days (* counts only when room fuse is installed)
Engine oil deterioration condition
1. Engine oil data reset can be performed not only on the Reset menu of the Maintenance
Monitor, but also by M-MDS, the TEST TERMINAL and the TRIP METER Switch. Refer to
Workshop Manual for details.
▼Fuel Filter
1. Fuel Filter needs to be replaced according to the Scheduled maintenance table.
2. When fuel filter (sedimentor) draining is required, the wrench indication is displayed
with the message “Water must be drained from fuel filter”
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CONSUMER NOTICE: The information and instructions in this bulletin are intended for use by skilled technicians. Mazda technicians utilize the proper tools/
equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers.” Customers
should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
contents of this bulletin without obligation or advance notice. All rights reserved. No part of this bulletin may be reproduced in any form or by any means,
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(Technical Background)
1. The fuel filter is installed in the engine compartment.
2. Fuel filter consists of a fuel warmer (with fuel warmer) and sedimentor switch. If the
water level in the sedimentor exceeds a certain level, the sedimentor switch turns on,
which is input to the PCM.
3. When the outside temperature is low, diesel fuel (light oil) may freeze and clog the fuel
filter, leading to problems such as the engine not starting. When driving to a cold
region, advise the customer to add winter grade diesel fuel as soon as possible.
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CONSUMER NOTICE: The information and instructions in this bulletin are intended for use by skilled technicians. Mazda technicians utilize the proper tools/
equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers.” Customers
should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
contents of this bulletin without obligation or advance notice. All rights reserved. No part of this bulletin may be reproduced in any form or by any means,
electronic or mechanical—including photocopying and recording and the use of any kind of information storage and retrieval system —without permission in
writing.
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III. REPAIR
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CONSUMER NOTICE: The information and instructions in this bulletin are intended for use by skilled technicians. Mazda technicians utilize the proper tools/
equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers.” Customers
should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
contents of this bulletin without obligation or advance notice. All rights reserved. No part of this bulletin may be reproduced in any form or by any means,
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Fuel Injector Installation
▼Fuel Injector bracket installation nut tightening procedure
NOTE:
1. If the fuel injector bracket installation nuts are tightened incorrectly, it could
cause gas leakage or influence the correct injector operation. Also, re-using
non-reusable parts or insufficient cleaning on the sealing surface could cause
gas leakage (injector bore cleaning kit is available).
2. The following procedure is for reference only. Always refer to the workshop
manual for the latest information.
CAUTION:
1. If hands or tools touch the fuel injector terminal, the fuel injector might be
damaged. To prevent this, do not touch the fuel injector terminal.
2. To prevent clogging, do not let foreign matter get into the injection pipe.
1. Set the fulcrum
a) Temporarily tighten the nut on the engine front side until nut is seated.
b) Tighten the nut on the engine front side to snug torque (2.0 N·m {20 kgf·cm,
18 in·lbf}).
c) Loosen the nut on the engine front side 90 degrees.
2. Apply clamping force
a) Temporarily tighten the nut on the engine rear side until nut is seated.
b) Tighten the nut on the engine rear side to snug torque (2.0 N·m {20 kgf·cm, 18
in·lbf}).
c) Tighten the nut on the engine rear side to the specified angle (PAINT MARKS
and SCRIBED LINES
MGSS: FUEL INJECTOR
REMOVAL/INSTALLATI
ON [SKYACTIV-D 2.2]
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CONSUMER NOTICE: The information and instructions in this bulletin are intended for use by skilled technicians. Mazda technicians utilize the proper tools/
equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers.” Customers
should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
contents of this bulletin without obligation or advance notice. All rights reserved. No part of this bulletin may be reproduced in any form or by any means,
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are on the nut to guide angle tightening).
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CONSUMER NOTICE: The information and instructions in this bulletin are intended for use by skilled technicians. Mazda technicians utilize the proper tools/
equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers.” Customers
should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
contents of this bulletin without obligation or advance notice. All rights reserved. No part of this bulletin may be reproduced in any form or by any means,
electronic or mechanical—including photocopying and recording and the use of any kind of information storage and retrieval system —without permission in
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IV. PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION (PDI)
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CONSUMER NOTICE: The information and instructions in this bulletin are intended for use by skilled technicians. Mazda technicians utilize the proper tools/
equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers.” Customers
should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
contents of this bulletin without obligation or advance notice. All rights reserved. No part of this bulletin may be reproduced in any form or by any means,
electronic or mechanical—including photocopying and recording and the use of any kind of information storage and retrieval system —without permission in
writing.
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Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) Regeneration
In order to prevent generating white smoke from the exhaust system after delivery,
burn off protective coating by
performing a DPF Regeneration as instructed in the PDI CX-5 VEHICLE RECEIVING
PROCESS form.
Pressing and holding the “TCS OFF” switch starts a compulsory DPF Regeneration only
when no DPF
Regeneration history has been logged into the PCM.
WARNING:
1. High temperature exhaust gas is emitted during DPF regeneration. People near the
vehicle could be seriously burned, or flammable objects could catch fire. Always
perform compulsory DPF regeneration away from people and flammable objects.
2. If large amounts of exhaust gas are inhaled, it may cause carbon monoxide
poisoning. Always perform compulsory DPF regeneration in a well-ventilated place
(avoid using an exhaust air duct indoors and perform compulsory DPF regeneration
in the open air).
CAUTION:
1. Perform compulsory DPF regeneration with the hood opened to prevent engine
compartment overheating.
MGSS: DIESEL
PARTICULATE
FILTER
REGENERATION
CONTROL
[SKYACTIV-D
2.2]
MGSS: CX-5
STEP 1 VEHICLE
RECEIVING
PROCESS
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CONSUMER NOTICE: The information and instructions in this bulletin are intended for use by skilled technicians. Mazda technicians utilize the proper tools/
equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by “do-it-yourselfers.” Customers
should not assume this bulletin applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies,
customers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership. Mazda North American Operations reserves the right to alter the specifications and
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2. If an electrical load is applied, the post injection amount of the fuel injection control
changes and compulsory DPF regeneration cannot be performed normally. Do not
apply an electrical load such as turning on the headlights or the rear window
defroster during compulsory DPF regeneration (A/C cut control is performed during
compulsory DPF regeneration, and A/C is stopped).
3. If there are obstructions such as a wall around the tailpipe, it will obstruct the
exhaust gas passage (airflow), and compulsory DPF regeneration may not be
performed correctly due to the increase in exhaust gas temperature. Always
perform compulsory DPF regeneration with no obstructions around the tailpipe.
4. The temperature in the rear cargo area increases because high temperature exhaust
gas is emitted during DPF regeneration. If an object which can be easily damaged by
heat is in the rear cargo area, such as an electronic device, it could be damaged by
the temperature increase. If compulsory DPF regeneration is performed, do not
place objects such as electronic devices which can be easily damaged by heat in the
rear cargo area.
5. If any DTC other than P2458:00, P2463:00, and P242F:00 is stored, the PCM may
inhibit compulsory DPF regeneration. Before performing compulsory DPF
regeneration, resolve the malfunction and clear the DTC.

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  • Meets GM Original Equipment specifications to be approved for use in GM vehicles as well as in non-GM diesel vehicles that have an SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) system to meet regulated NOx emissions
  • High quality formula is made from high purity urea and deionized water. It contains no chemical additives or other components that could cause SCR system failure
  • Includes vented nozzle(s) that make pouring easy by helping to prevent glugging
  • Has 1 complimentary nozzle. Extra nozzles sold separately
Bestseller No. 8
Hopkins FloTool 10732WR Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Funnel
  • Designed to fit DEF ports
  • No-mess splash guard
  • Speed channels for quick pouring
  • To prevent contamination, clean before each use
  • Wide basin for clean no mess pouring
Bestseller No. 9
ArmorBlue TED1 Drum Pump for Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) | 115v/12v | 5 Gallons per Minute | Portable Unit
  • Diesel exhaust fluid compatible and ISO 22241 certified
  • Self-priming submersible pump
  • Flow rates up to 5 gallons per minute
  • Dual power option of 115v or 12v connection
  • Thread adapter for NPT and buttress threads
Bestseller No. 10
Diesel Exhaust Fluid Pump Kit - Reductant Heater Sending Unit - Fits Ford F250, F350, F450, F550 Super Duty 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 - Replaces BC3Z5L227K, BC3Z5L229L, 904-369, 904369 - Urea
  • REPLACEMENT DEF SCR PUMP KIT - pressurizes the DEF fluid allowing it to be delivered into the DEF injector to mix with the exhaust fumes enabling the SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) system to reduce the amount of Nitrogen Oxide before releasing it from the vehicle resulting to a lower concentration of nitrogen oxide in the diesel emissions from the engine.
  • FITS THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES - 2011 - 2016 Ford F-250 Super Duty 6.7L | 2011 - 2016 Ford F-350 Super Duty 6.7L Powerstroke | 2011 - 2016 Ford F-450 Super Duty 6.7L Power Stroke | 2011 - 2016 Ford F-550 Super Duty 6.7L | 2015 - 2018 Ford Transit-150 3.2L | 2015 - 2018 Ford Transit-250 3.2L | 2015 - 2018 Ford Transit-350 3.2L | 2015 - 2018 Ford Transit-350 HD 3.2L |.
  • REPLACES PART# BC3Z5L227K, BC3Z5L229L, 904-369, 904369, BC3Z5J229L, BC3Z-5L229-L, BC3Z-5L227-K, BC3Z-5J229-L commonly found on the popular Powerstroke Ford 6.7L Diesel trucks including years 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 models including the 3.2L Powerstroke diesel for the Transit150, 250, 350 and 350HD. The DEF pump can easily be located on top of the reductant heater assembly inside the DEF tank. Do not use lubricants to prime o-rings or the pump itself, only use DEF fluid.
  • OEM FIT, QUALITY, FINISH - While this is not a genuine Ford or Motorcraft part, it is a direct replacement and will fit, work and function like the factory DEF pump if not better. If you are experiencing the speed limiter issues and the vehicle is operating at a reduced power, warnings appear on your instrument cluster about the DEF system then you may have a problem with your DEF pump assembly as this also includes a new sensor, orings, mounting bolts and a syringe for priming.
  • LIFETIME WARRANTY - This reductant SCR sending unit comes complete with a lifetime warranty. If the pump every fails on your F250, F350, F450, F550 truck or Transit150, Transit250, Transit350, Transit350HD van then simply contact us for a replacement. Save time and money off of dealer prices by purchasing this part manufactured by AA Ignition and replacing it yourself.

Last update on 2020-05-26 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

Last update on 2020-05-26 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

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