Mazda 2: Interior Lights

Overhead Lights

Overhead Lights


Front

Front


Rear *

Rear *


NOTE

(With map lights) The rear overhead light also turn on and off when the front overhead light switch is operated.

Map Lights *

When the overhead light switch is in the door or off position, press the lens to illuminate the map lights, and then press the lens again to turn them off.

Map Lights *


NOTE

The map lights will not turn off even if the lens is pressed in the following cases:

Luggage Compartment Lights (Hatchback)

Luggage Compartment Lights (Hatchback)


Luggage Compartment Lights (Hatchback)


Boot Light (Saloon)

The boot light is on when the lid is open and off when it's closed.

Boot Light (Saloon)


NOTE

To prevent the battery from being discharged, do not leave the boot open for a long period when the engine is not running.

Illuminated Entry System

The overhead lights turn on when any of the following operations is done with the overhead light switch in the DOOR position and the ignition switched off.

The overhead lights turn on for about 15 seconds when the ignition is switched off with the overhead light switch in the DOOR position.

The overhead lights turn off immediately in the following cases:

NOTE

If any door is left open with the overhead light switch in the DOOR position, or the liftgate/boot lid is left open, the overhead light or luggage compartment light/boot light turns off after about 30 minutes to prevent battery depletion.

To prevent battery depletion, if the interior lights remain turned on (the interior light switch is in the ON position or an interior light is turned on by pressing the lens of the interior light), they turn off automatically under the following conditions:

In addition, if the following operations are performed after turning the interior lights off, they will turn on again.

The operation of the illuminated entry system can be changed.

  Refer to Personalisation Features on page 9-13 .

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