Mazda 2: EPS Control Module

EPS CONTROL MODULE INSPECTION

1. Remove the side wall. (See SIDE WALL REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

2. Remove the front console component. (See FRONT CONSOLE COMPONENT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

3. Remove the front scuff plate (LH) and front side trim (LH). (See FRONT SCUFF PLATE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION). (See FRONT SIDE TRIM REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

4. Disconnect the hood release lever from the lower panel. (See HOOD LATCH AND RELEASE LEVER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

5. Remove the lower panel. (See LOWER PANEL REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

6. Remove the heat duct (LH). (See HEAT DUCT COMPONENT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

7. Attach the tester lead to the underside of the EPS CM connector and inspect the voltage according to the terminal voltage table (reference).

Terminal Voltage Table (Reference)

Mazda 2. EPS CONTROL MODULE INSPECTION

Mazda 2. EPS CONTROL MODULE INSPECTION

Mazda 2. EPS CONTROL MODULE INSPECTION

EPS CONTROL MODULE CONFIGURATION

CAUTION:

1. Connect the M-MDS (IDS) to the DLC-2.

2. After the vehicle is identified, select the following items from the initial screen of the IDS.

3. Then, select items from the screen menu in the following order.

  1. Select "Module Programming".
  2. Select "Programmable Module Installation".
  3. Select "EPS".

4. Perform the configuration according to the directions on the screen.

5. Retrieve DTCs by the IDS, then verify that there is no DTC present.

EPS STEERING ANGLE CALIBRATION

CAUTION:

1. Connect the M-MDS to the DLC-2.

Mazda 2. STEERING

2. After the vehicle is identified, select the following items from the initialization screen of the M-MDS.

  1. Select "Chassis".
  2. Select "EPS Steering Angle Calibration".

3. Then, select "Steering Angle Calibration" from the screen menu.

4. Perform the procedure according to the directions on the screen.

STEERING TECHNICAL DATA

Mazda 2. STEERING

STEERING SST

Mazda 2. STEERING

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