Mazda 2: Foreword [Radio]

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Troubleshooting Index

Mazda 2. FOREWORD [RADIO]

Quick Diagnostic Chart (Radio)

Mazda 2. FOREWORD [RADIO]

CONFIRMATION STEP 1: RECEPTION CONDITION SYMPTOM (EXAMPLE)

Mazda 2. CONFIRMATION STEP 1: RECEPTION CONDITION SYMPTOM (EXAMPLE)

CONFIRMATION STEP 2: ANTENNA SYSTEM SYMPTOM (EXAMPLE)

Mazda 2. CONFIRMATION STEP 2: ANTENNA SYSTEM SYMPTOM (EXAMPLE)

CONFIRMATION STEP 3: ANTENNA SYSTEM SIMPLE INSPECTION

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Mazda 2. CONFIRMATION STEP 3: ANTENNA SYSTEM SIMPLE INSPECTION

NO.1 NO RADIO RECEPTION (AM/FM)/NO OR LOW VOLUME

Mazda 2. FOREWORD [RADIO]

Diagnostic procedure

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NO.2 NOISE FROM RADIO (AM ONLY)

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Diagnostic procedure

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NO.3 NOISE FROM RADIO (FM ONLY)

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Diagnostic procedure

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NO.4 CANNOT TUNE (SEEK DOES NOT STOP)

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Diagnostic procedure

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NO.5 CANNOT PRESET (PRESET FUNCTION DOES NOT OPERATE)

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Diagnostic procedure

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NO.6 RECEPTION FREQUENCY OF RADIO SLIPS

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Diagnostic procedure

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 Reference [Radio]

1. Multipath Noise Signals from an FM transmitter are a high frequency and similar to beams of light because they do not bend around corners, but they do reflect. Since FM signals can be refle

 Foreword [CD Player]

Troubleshooting Index NO.1 CD PLAYER DOES NOT LOAD THE CD OR EJECTS THE CD IMMEDIATELY Diagnostic procedure NO.2 CD PLAYER DOES NOT EJECT THE CD Diagnostic procedure NO.3 CD PLAYER DOES NOT P

 Reference [CD Player]

The CD player has been designed to play CDs bearing the identification logo, COMPACT DISC DIGITAL AUDIO, as shown. No other discs can be played on the CD player other than MP3/WMA applicable o

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 Interior Equipment (View A)

Wiper and washer lever Turn and lane-change signal Lighting control Door-lock knob Power window switches Power window lock switch Door-lock switch Outside mirror switch DSC OFF switch Tyre pressure monitoring system set switch i-stop OFF switch Headlight Levelling switch

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