Keyless Entry System

This system remotely locks and unlocks the doors and opens the trunk lid, and opens the power windows and the moonroof.

It can also help you signal for attention.

Operating the theft-deterrent system with the keyless entry system transmitter is also possible on theft-deterrent systemequipped vehicles.

Press the buttons slowly and carefully.

CAUTION:
To avoid damage to the transmitter, do not:
Get the transmitter wet. Drop the transmitter.


Disassemble the transmitter. Get the transmitter wet.


Expose the transmitter to any kind Disassemble the transmitter.


of magnetic field. Expose the transmitter to any kind
of magnetic field.

temperatures on places such as Expose the transmitter to high
temperatures on places such as the dashboard or hood, under direct sunlight.

NOTE:
- The keyless entry system is designed to operate up to about 2.5 m (8 ft) from the center of the vehicle, but this may vary due to local conditions.

- The system does not operate when the key in the ignition switch.

- Doors can be locked by pressing the lock button while any other door is open.

However, the hazard warning lights will not flash and the horn will not sound.

- If the transmitter does not operate when pressing a button or the operation range becomes too small, the battery may be dead. To install a new battery, refer to Maintenance.

- Additional transmitters can be obtained at an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Up to 3 transmitters can be used with the keyless entry system per vehicle. Bring all transmitters to an Authorized Mazda Dealer when additional transmitters are required.

Transmitter

Transmitter
Transmitter

NOTE:
- (U.S.A.).

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

- (CANADA).

This device complies with RSS-210 of Industry CANADA. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.

NOTE:
The unlock button can be used to open the power windows and the moonroof, but the lock button cannot be used to close the power windows and the moonroof.

Refer to the following pages: Opening/Closing the Power Windows.

Opening/Closing the Moonroof.

The operation indicator light flashes when the buttons are pressed.

Lock button

To lock the doors, press the lock button.

To confirm that all doors have been locked, press the lock button again within 5 seconds. If they are closed and locked, the horn will sound.

The system can be set not to sound the horn.

Refer to Personalization Features.

NOTE:
- Pressing the transmitter lock button to lock the doors while any door is open does not sound the horn.

- (Without theft-deterrent system).

The hazard warning lights will flash once to indicate that all doors are locked.

- (With theft-deterrent system).

The hazard warning lights flash when the theft deterrent system is armed.

The hazard warning lights do not flash if all the doors are locked before the theftdeterrent system is properly armed.

When the doors are locked by pressing the lock button on the transmitter while the theft-deterrent system is armed, the hazard warning lights will flash once to indicate that the system is armed.

Refer to the theft-deterrent system.

NOTE:
- All doors cannot be locked when the key is in the ignition switch.

- Confirm that all doors are locked visually or audibly by use of the double click.

Unlock button

To unlock the driver's door, press the unlock button.

To unlock all doors, press the unlock button again within 5 seconds.

NOTE:
(Without theft-deterrent system).

The hazard warning lights will flash twice to indicate that all doors are unlocked.

(With theft-deterrent system).

The hazard warning lights flash when the theft deterrent system is turned off.

The hazard warning lights do not flash unless the theft deterrent system has been properly turned off.

When the doors are unlocked by pressing the unlock button on the transmitter while the theft-deterrent system is turned off, the hazard warning lights will flash twice to indicate that the system is turned off.

Refer to the theft-deterrent system.

The system can be set to unlock all doors by performing a single operation.

Refer to Personalization Features.

NOTE:
Auto re-lock function.

After unlocking with the transmitter, all doors will automatically lock if one of the doors or the trunk lid is not opened within about 30 seconds.

The time required for the doors to lock automatically can be changed.

Refer to Personalization Features.

Trunk button

To open the trunk, press and hold the trunk button until the trunk lid opens.

NOTE:
To open the trunk when the ignition is switched to a position other than off, use the remote release button inside the vehicle.

Panic button

If you witness from a distance someone attempting to break into or damage your vehicle, pressing the panic button will activate the vehicle's alarm.

NOTE:
The panic button will work whether any door or the trunk lid is open or closed.

Turning on the alarm

Pressing the panic button for 1 second or more will trigger the alarm for about 2 minutes and 30 seconds, and the following will occur:
- The horn sounds intermittently.

- The hazard warning lights flash.

Turning off the alarm

Press any button on the transmitter.

Transmitter Maintenance

If the buttons on the transmitter are inoperable and the operation indicator light does not flash, the battery may be dead.

Replace with a new battery before the transmitter becomes unusable.

CAUTION:
pole (+) facing up. Battery Install the battery with the positive
pole (+) facing up. Battery leakage could occur if it is not installed correctly.

careful not to bend the electrical When replacing the battery, be
careful not to bend the electrical terminals or get oil on them. Also be careful not to get dirt in the transmitter as it could be damaged.

the battery is not correctly There is the danger of explosion if
the battery is not correctly replaced.

battery (CR1620 or equivalent). Replace only with the same type
battery (CR1620 or equivalent).

according to the following Dispose of used batteries
according to the following instructions.

    terminals of the battery using Insulate the plus and minus
terminals of the battery using cellophane or equivalent tape.

         Never throw the battery into Never disassemble.


    fire and/or water. Never throw the battery into
fire and/or water.

    Replacing the transmitter battery Never deform or crush.


Replacing the transmitter battery

1. Unfold the key.

2. Insert a small flathead screwdriver into


2. Insert a small flathead screwdriver into the slot and push the tab to remove the key from the transmitter.

3. Insert a small flathead screwdriver into


3. Insert a small flathead screwdriver into the slot and gently pry open the transmitter.

4. Press the tab outward and remove the


4. Press the tab outward and remove the battery slowly and carefully using a small flathead screwdriver.

5. Install a new battery (CR1620 or


5. Install a new battery (CR1620 or equivalent) by inserting it under the retainer tabs with the positive pole facing up.

6. Align the front and back covers and snap the transmitter shut.

7. Align the key with the transmitter as


7. Align the key with the transmitter as shown in the figure, and insert the key until a click sound is heard.

CAUTION:
Insert the key into the transmitter securely until a click sound is heard.

If it is not inserted securely, it could detach from the transmitter.

Service

If you have a problem with the keyless entry system, consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer.

If your transmitter is lost or stolen, bring all remaining transmitters to an Authorized Mazda Dealer as soon as possible for a replacement and to make the lost or stolen transmitter inoperative.

CAUTION:
Radio equipment like this is governed by laws in the United States.

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

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