Mazda 2: Turning the Engine Off

WARNING

Do not stop the engine while the vehicle is moving: Stopping the engine while the vehicle is moving for any reason other than in an emergency is dangerous. Stopping the engine while the vehicle is moving will result in reduced braking ability due to the loss of power braking, which could cause an accident and serious injury.

  1. Stop the vehicle completely.
  2. (Manual transaxle) Shift into neutral and set the parking brake.

    (Automatic transaxle) Shift the selector lever to the P position and set the parking brake.

  3. Press the push button start to turn off the engine. The ignition position is off.

CAUTION

When leaving the vehicle, make sure the push button start is off.

NOTE

Emergency Engine Stop

Continuously pressing the push button start or quickly pressing it any number of times while the engine is running or the vehicle is being driven will turn the engine off immediately. The ignition switches to ACC.

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