Mazda 2: HVAC System

HVAC SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAM

Mazda 2. HVAC SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAM

FOREWORD

TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

Mazda 2. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

NO.1 INSUFFICIENT AIR (OR NO AIR) BLOWN FROM VENTS [MANUAL AIR CONDITIONER]

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Diagnostic procedure

Mazda 2. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

Mazda 2. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

NO.2 AMOUNT OF AIR BLOWN FROM VENTS DOES NOT CHANGE

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Diagnostic procedure

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Mazda 2. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

NO.3 AIR INTAKE MODE DOES NOT CHANGE

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Diagnostic procedure

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Mazda 2. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

NO.4 NO TEMPERATURE CONTROL WITH CLIMATE CONTROL UNIT

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Diagnostic procedure

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Mazda 2. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

Mazda 2. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

NO.5 WINDSHIELD FOGGED

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Diagnostic procedure

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Mazda 2. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

NO.6 AIR FROM VENTS NOT COLD ENOUGH

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Diagnostic procedure

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Mazda 2. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

Mazda 2. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

Mazda 2. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

Mazda 2. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

Mazda 2. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

NO.7 NO COOL AIR

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Diagnostic procedure

Mazda 2. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

Mazda 2. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

Mazda 2. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

Mazda 2. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

Mazda 2. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

NO.8 NOISE WHILE OPERATING A/C SYSTEM

Mazda 2. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

Diagnostic procedure

Mazda 2. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

Mazda 2. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

Mazda 2. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

Mazda 2. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

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