The Mazda CX-5 is a good SUV. It shines for performance, with excellent performance and a composed ride. The CX-5's base engine helps deliver excellent fuel economy and decent acceleration, but for more power, you can opt for a powerful turbocharged four-cylinder engine.
It is the dashboard warning light guide for the Mazda CX-5. Warning lights are included for the first generation (MK1) and second-generation (MK2) and include both petrol and diesel variants.
The layout of the instrument panel display and the location of the warning light may vary depending on the model year and location of your Mazda CX-5.
Many of the Mazda CX-5's warning signs are illuminated with an ignition or engine start. This is a standard procedure, as many vehicle systems undergo a self-test. The Mazda CX-5 dash warning lights on this page are detailed with the meaning of each symbol and what action you should take.
The Mazda CX-5 seat belt warning light with an audible chime will alert vehicle passengers to tie their seat belts, along with the ignition key for the ON/ RUN position. If a vehicle driver or passenger fails to tighten their belt, the light will start flashing, and there will be a chime sound. Fasten your seat belt for safety reasons, as it will secure you.
As a system check, the Mazda airbag warning light should illuminate briefly when the ignition is turned on. If the warning does not illuminate, blink continuously, or stay on, it indicates a failure in the seat belt/airbag pre-tensioner system. Check your Mazda CX-5 as soon as possible at workshop repair.
If the brake warning light illuminate, the electric parking brake (EPB) is applied with the ignition in the START or ON position. The red brake warning light should go out when the parking brake is released. The brake warning light that stays on when the parking brake is released indicates a low level of brake fluid or failure of the brake system. It is recommended that you stop driving as soon as possible and check the brake fluid. If the brake warning light blinks, it indicates a fault in the electric parking brake. Visit your Mazda workshop before continuing your journey to check your Mazda CX-5.
The illumination of the ABS warning means that the 'Anti-lock Brake System' is not working correctly. It will not affect standard brakes. ABS prevents the wheels from locking when reliable braking occurs. With an ABS failure, there is an increased risk of wheel lockup. You can continue driving, but have the vehicle checked as soon as possible. Due to ABS wheel speed sensor or week battery Usually causes ABS failure.
Dynamic Stability Control is a stability program that incorporates traction control (TCS), brake assist, and other features that help reduce oversteer and understeer. The DSC warning light may flash, which means the DSC is operating and stabilizing the vehicle. If the DSC warning light remains on, it indicates that the TCS, DSC, or the brake assist system may have a malfunction, and they may not operate correctly. The DSC system uses ABS wheel sensors, and a fault can be associated with this. You can continue to drive with this failure, but under certain circumstances, the vehicle may not be as stable.
The tire pressure warning light illuminates, which means that the tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) has determined that one or more tires have a loss of pressure. If the warning light illuminates, gently slow down and avoid sudden steering or braking manoeuvers. Determine if you have enough air in the tire to proceed to a place where air can be added or if the wheel needs to be changed. If this warning light blinks, it indicates that there is a fault in the TPMS or a tire that has no sensor inside has been installed.
Stop immediately in a suitable place. Do not proceed driving as there is a fault in the Hand brake system. Contact Mazda CX-5 dealer for assistance.
The Mazda CX-5 Engine Check symbol should appear when the ignition is switched to ON/RUN. If the light does not come on at all during driving or is on, the system is malfunctioning. Many defects, including vehicle sensors, may be associated with MIL lighting. The vehicle will need to be connected to the diagnostic tool to diagnose the fault. Drive the car at moderate speed and avoid heavy acceleration.
This symbol represents the rear fog lights of Mazda CX-5 being switched on.
This warning light indicates a failure in the Lane Keeping Assist System (LAS) and the Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS). As with many of the other systems, it uses the front detection camera located in the upper center of the windshield. Make sure the area is clean. If the vehicle is parked in direct sunlight on a hot day, the camera module may overheat. When the module has cooled down, the system will resume.
Mazda CX-5's dipped headlight symbol indicates that dipped light is on. Basically it is used at night. Pull the lever towards you for a temporary high beam, "Flash to pass" scenario.
The turn indicator symbols represent the indicator is switched on of Mazda CX-5.
This symbol represents the front fog lights of MAzda CX-5 being switched on.
This Mazda CX-5 radar cruise control with stop-and-go warning light illuminates along with a message when the system has a failure. Make sure that the radar area at the front of the vehicle and the camera area at the windshield top are free from obstructions, such as dirt or snow.
The Mazda CX-5 High Beam Control warning light illuminates to indicate a system failure. Before checking your vehicle, make sure the area at the top center of the windshield where the Forward Sensing Camera is located is clear and clean. If after cleaning the area and the warning light still stays on, there may be a failure in the HBC system.