Mazda 2: Electrical System

Electrical Parts

Battery cable

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Wiring Harness

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CAUTION:

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Connectors

Disconnecting connectors

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Mazda 2. Installation of Radio System

Locking connector

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Inspection

CAUTION:

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Mazda 2. Installation of Radio System

Terminals

Inspection

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Replacement

Mazda 2. Installation of Radio System

Sensors, Switches, and Relays

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Wiring Harness

Wiring color codes

Mazda 2. Installation of Radio System

Mazda 2. Installation of Radio System

Mazda 2. Installation of Radio System

Fuse

Replacement

Mazda 2. Installation of Radio System

Mazda 2. Installation of Radio System

Viewing orientation for Connectors

Part-side connector

The viewing orientation for part-side connectors is from the terminal side.

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* Part names are shown only when there are multiple connector drawings.

Vehicle harness-side connector

The viewing orientation for vehicle wiring harness-side connectors is from the wiring harness side.

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* Part names are shown only when there are multiple connector drawings.

Other

When it is necessary to show the terminal side of the vehicle wiring harness-side connectors, such as the following connectors, the viewing orientation is from the terminal side.

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Electrical Troubleshooting Tools

Jumper wire

CAUTION:

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Voltmeter

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Ohmmeter

CAUTION:

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Precautions Before Welding

A vehicle has various electrical parts. To protect the parts from excessive current generated when welding, be sure to perform the following procedure.

1. Switch the ignition to off.

2. Disconnect the battery cables.

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3. Securely connect the welding machine ground near the welding area.

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4. Cover the peripheral parts of the welding area to protect them from weld spatter.

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