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CENTER DISPLAY [WITH CENTER DISPLAY]

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2016 – MX-5 – Body and Accessories

CENTER DISPLAY [WITH CENTER DISPLAY]

Purpose

  • The center display displays entertainment system and vehicle information.

Function

  • The center display displays video images based on the signal sent by the LVDS*1 signal from the connectivity master unit (CMU).

  • The center display is touch-type LCD. The display touch position information is sent by LVDS*1 signal to the CMU.

  • The LVDS communication pathway between the CMU and the center display corresponds to HDCP*2.

*1
Low-Voltage Differential Signaling indicates the electrical characteristics of the signal. LVDS is a digital, wired transmission technology for the short range which adopts a differential interface having the characteristics of low voltage and low power consumption.
*2
HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection system) is a copyright protection technology which prevents content from being copied fraudulently. The pathway in a display device such as a display, which sends/receives digital signals from a video playback device such as a computer, is encrypted.

Temperature detection function
  • The center display detects temperature using a temperature sensor.

  • The center display converts the temperature detected by the temperature sensor to an electrical signal (LVDS signal) and sends it to the CMU.

NOTE:

  • If the center display receives a temperature warning pop-up screen display request signal (LVDS signal) from the CMU, it displays the temperature warning pop-up screen on the LCD.

Display information
  • The information displayed by the center display is as follows: Refer to the referenced section for details of the displayed information.

Display content

Reference

Home screen

(See Home screen.)

Application screen

(See Applications screen.)

Entertainment screen

(See Entertainment screen.)

Communication screen

(See Communication screen.)

Navigation screen

(See Navigation screen.)

Setting screen

(See Settings screen.)

Home screen
  • The home screen displays entertainment system information.

  • When the ignition is switched to ACC or ON (engine off or on), the home screen is displayed in the center display.

Display area

Button name

1

Applications

2

Entertainment

3

Communication

4

Navigation*3

5

Settings

*3
With car-navigation system

Applications screen
  • Information concerning fuel economy, maintenance, and warnings can be verified.

Display content

Reference

HD Traffic Image

???

Fuel Economy Monitor

(See Fuel Economy Monitor.)

Maintenance

(See MAINTENANCE MONITOR [WITH CENTER DISPLAY].)

Warning Guidance

(See Warning guidance.)

Fuel Economy Monitor
  • Displays the fuel economy information.

    Fuel economy monitor verification procedure

  • Select the ???Applications??? button on the Home screen.

  • Select [Fuel Economy Monitor] on the Applications screen to display the warning guidance.

  • The buttons on the menu screen operate as follows:

Display

Content

1

Switches the menu screen to non-display.

2

Displays the application menu screen.

3

  • Switches the fuel economy monitor display in the following order:

    • Fuel Consumption

4

Resets the fuel economy data.

5

  • Displays the following setting screen.

    • Ending screen on/off switching

    • On/off switching for function which synchronizes reset fuel economy data to trip meter.

    Fuel Consumption

  • The information regarding the fuel economy is displayed.

Display

Content

Reference

1

  • Displays the fuel economy for the past 60 minutes.

    • Displays the fuel economy every minute for the past 1 to 10 minutes.

    • Displays the fuel economy every 10 minutes for the past 10 to 60 minutes.

???

2

Displays the average fuel economy over the past 5 resets and after the current reset.

3

  • Displays the average fuel economy from when the ignition is switched ON (engine on) to the current time.

  • The average fuel economy is updated every 60 s.

  • If there is no average fuel economy data, displays ?????? ??????.

Warning guidance
  • When the center display receives a warning guidance display signal (LVDS signal) from the CMU, it displays the warning guidance screen.

NOTE:

  • Display method of the warning guidance varies depending on the emergency level.

    • Pop-up display

    • Warning message of a higher emergency level is displayed on the pop-up screen at the time the warning occurred regardless of the display content of the center display. When ???OK??? on the pop-up screen is selected, it switches to the previous screen before the pop-up display. The pop-up display warning can also be verified in the warning guidance list.

      List display

    • Warning messages displayed by methods other than pop-up display can be verified in the warning guidance screen.

    Warning guidance verification procedure

  • Select the [Applications] button on the Home screen.

  • Select [Warning Guidance] on the Applications screen to display the warning guidance.

  • Select a desired warning from the warning guidance screen.

NOTE:

  • If there is no warning, No Warnings found is displayed on the warning guidance screen.

Pop-up display

Screen display

Send module

Reference

Pop-up screen

List display

Title

Message

Charging System Malfunction

There is an error in the charging system

Stop car immediately in a safe place, and contact a Mazda dealer.

PCM

(See CHARGING SYSTEM WARNING LIGHT [SKYACTIV-G 2.0].)

Engine Coolant Temperature High (On)

Engine Coolant Temperature High.

Stop vehicle immediately in a safe place.

Instrument cluster

(See LOW ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE INDICATOR LIGHT (BLUE)/HIGH ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE WARNING LIGHT (RED).)

???*4

???*4

CMU/center display

???

*4
Because the temperature warning is not displayed in the list, it cannot be verified using the list.

List display

Screen display

Send module

Reference

Warning light

Title

Message

Low Engine Oil Pressure

Low engine oil pressure.

Stop the vehicle immediately in a safe place, turn off the engine, and inspect the engine oil level. Add oil if necessary.

Have the vehicle checked by a dealer immediately if this indicator turns on after adding oil or the engine oil level is OK.

PCM

(See ENGINE OIL WARNING LIGHT [SKYACTIV-G 2.0].)

Low Brake Fluid

Brake fluid level is low.

Stop the vehicle immediately in a safe place and have the vehicle checked by a dealer.

Body control module (BCM)

(See BRAKE WARNING LIGHT/ABS WARNING LIGHT/ELECTRIC VACUUM PUMP WARNING LIGHT.)

Brake System Malfunction

Electronically-controlled brake system malfunction.

Stop the vehicle immediately in a safe place and have the vehicle checked by a dealer.

DSC HU/CM

Low Tire Air Pressure (On)

Low tire air pressure in one or more tires.

Check the air pressure of the tires and adjust to the correct air pressure. Press the TPMS SET switch after adjusting the tire pressure until you hear a beep.

DSC HU/CM

(See TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM WARNING LIGHT.)

Engine Coolant Temperature High

Engine is starting to run hot.

Drive slowly or stop the vehicle until the indicator stops flashing. If it keeps flashing, even after stopping the vehicle, take proper actions. Refer to the Owner’s Manual.

Instrument cluster

(See LOW ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE INDICATOR LIGHT (BLUE)/HIGH ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE WARNING LIGHT (RED).)

Low Fuel

Fuel tank level is low.

Refuel the vehicle soon.

Instrument cluster

(See LOW FUEL WARNING LIGHT.)

Power Steering System Malfunction

Electric power steering malfunction.

Stop the vehicle in a safe place and turn off the engine. Have the vehicle checked by a dealer if this indicator stays on.

EPS control module

(See POWER STEERING MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LIGHT.)

Engine System Malfunction

Engine system malfunction.

Have the vehicle checked by a dealer immediately.

PCM

(See CHECK ENGINE LIGHT [PCM (SKYACTIV-G 2.0)].)

Airbag System/Pretensioner System Malfunction

Airbag/seatbelt malfunction.

Have the vehicle checked by a dealer immediately

SAS control module

(See AIR BAG/SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER SYSTEM WARNING LIGHT [TWO-STEP DEPLOYMENT CONTROL SYSTEM].)

(See AIR BAG/SEAT BELT PRE-TENSIONER SYSTEM WARNING LIGHT [STANDARD DEPLOYMENT CONTROL SYSTEM].)

ABS Malfunction

Anti-lock brake system (ABS) malfunction.

Have the vehicle checked by a dealer immediately.

DSC HU/CM

(See BRAKE WARNING LIGHT/ABS WARNING LIGHT/ELECTRIC VACUUM PUMP WARNING LIGHT.)

DSC Malfunction

Dynamic stability control (DSC) or traction control system (TCS) malfunction.

Have the vehicle checked by a dealer immediately.

DSC HU/CM

(See TCS/DSC INDICATOR LIGHT.)

BSM Malfunction

Blind spot monitoring (BSM)/Rear cross traffic alert (RCTA) malfunction.

Check for abnormalities in the rear bumper surface and clean if dirty or covered with snow. Have the vehicle checked by a dealer if this indicator stays on.

Blind spot monitoring (BSM) control module

(See BLIND SPOT MONITORING (BSM) SYSTEM.)

AFS Malfunction

Adaptive front-lighting system (AFS) malfunction. Have the vehicle checked by a dealer if this indicator keeps flashing.

AFS control module

(See ADAPTIVE FRONT LIGHTING SYSTEM (AFS).)

TPMS System Malfunction

Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) malfunction.

Have the vehicle checked by a dealer.

DSC HU/CM

(See TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM WARNING LIGHT.)

Key Battery Low

Key battery is low.

Replace the key battery immediately.

Start stop unit

(See KEY WARNING LIGHT (RED)/KEY INDICATOR LIGHT (GREEN).)

Keyless Entry Malfunction

Keyless entry system malfunction.

Have the vehicle checked by a dealer.

Start stop unit

Fuel Cap Inspection

The fuel cap may not be installed properly.

Check that the fuel cap has been installed and tightened properly.

After installing and tightening the fuel cap properly, this indicator will not turn off for a few drive cycles until it can be confirmed that the system is OK. Have the vehicle checked by a dealer if this indicator stays on.

PCM

(See CHECK FUEL CAP WARNING LIGHT [SKYACTIV-G 2.0].)

Head lamp System Malfunction

Headlight system malfunction.

Have your vehicle checked at a Mazda dealer.

Auto leveling control module/AFS control module

(See LED HEADLIGHT WARNING LIGHT.)

Automatic Transmission Malfunction

Automatic transmission malfunction.

Damage to the vehicle may occur if you continue to drive. Have the vehicle checked by a dealer immediately.

TCM

(See AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION WARNING LIGHT.)

Battery Management System Malfunction

Battery management system malfunction.

Have the vehicle checked by a dealer.

PCM

(See MASTER WARNING LIGHT.)

Brake Override System Malfunction

Brake switch malfunction.

Have the vehicle checked by a dealer immediately.

PCM

LDWS Malfunction

Lane departure warning system (LDWS) Malfunction.

Have the vehicle checked by a dealer.

FSC

(See LDWS WARNING LIGHT.)

HBC Malfunction

High beam control (HBC) malfunction. Have the vehicle checked by a dealer.

FSC

(See HBC INDICATOR LIGHT (GREEN)/HBC WARNING LIGHT (AMBER).)

HBC/LDWS Camera Malfunction

High Beam Control (HBC)/Lane departure warning system (LDWS) Malfunction.

Clean the Windshield. Have the vehicle checked by a dealer if this Indicator stays On.

FSC

(See HBC INDICATOR LIGHT (GREEN)/HBC WARNING LIGHT (AMBER).)

(See LDWS WARNING LIGHT.)

HBC/LDWS System Malfunction

High Beam Control (HBC)/Lane departure warning system (LDWS) Malfunction.

Clean the Windshield. Have the vehicle checked by a dealer if this Indicator stays On.

FSC

(See HBC INDICATOR LIGHT (GREEN)/HBC WARNING LIGHT (AMBER).)

(See LDWS WARNING LIGHT.)

HBC/LDWS System Malfunction

High beam control (HBC)/Lane departure warning system (LDWS) malfunction.

Defrost the windshield. Have the vehicle checked by a dealer if this indicator stays on.

FSC

(See HBC INDICATOR LIGHT (GREEN)/HBC WARNING LIGHT (AMBER).)

(See LDWS WARNING LIGHT.)

Vehicle System Malfunction

Vehicle system malfunction.

Have the vehicle checked by a dealer.

PCM

(See MASTER WARNING LIGHT.)

Low Washer Fluid

Washer fluid level is low.

Refill the washer fluid.

Body control module (BCM)

(See WASHER FLUID-LEVEL SENSOR.)

Engine Coolant Temperature Low

Engine coolant is cold and no warm air is available for heater/defroster. Vehicle can be driven with the indicator on or off. Have the vehicle checked by a dealer if this indicator stays on.

Instrument cluster

(See LOW ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE INDICATOR LIGHT (BLUE)/HIGH ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE WARNING LIGHT (RED).)

Entertainment screen
  • When the entertainment button on the home screen is selected, the entertainment screen is displayed. The following audio functions in the table below are available.

Display content

Function

Traffic Information

If a particular equipment item is not available, the item is not indicated in the center display.

FM

Switches to FM radio screen.

AM

Switches to AM radio screen.

XM

Switches to SiriusXM satellite radio screen.

Pandora® Radio

Switches to Pandora® screen.

NOTE:

  • Pandora® is not displayed in gray even if the connected mobile device is not compatible with Pandora®.

Stitcher???

Switches to Stitcher???.

NOTE:

  • Stitcher??? is not displayed in gray even if the connected mobile device is not compatible with Stitcher???.

Aha??? Radio

Switches to Aha??? radio screen.

NOTE:

  • Aha??? radio is not displayed in gray even if the connected mobile device is not compatible with Aha??? radio.

Bluetooth®<Device Name>

Switches to Bluetooth® audio screen.

NOTE:

  • If available, the connecting device name is displayed. When Bluetooth® is not available, such as no device is connected, only Bluetooth® is displayed.

USB1<Device Name>

Switches to USB audio screen.

NOTE:

  • If available, the connecting device name is displayed. When USB1 is not available, such as no device is connected, only USB1 is displayed.

USB2<Device Name>

Switches to USB audio screen.

NOTE:

  • If available, the connecting device name is displayed. When USB2 is not available, such as no device is connected, only USB2 is displayed.

CD

Switches to CD screen.

AUX

Switches to AUX screen.

NOTE:

  • Items requiring media, such as CDs or AUX, are displayed in gray and not available if connection of the media cannot be detected.

Communication screen
  • SMS (Short Message Service), and Hands-free telephone (HF/TEL) functions can be used.

Display content

Function

Active Call

Switches to the incoming call screen. (when receiving an incoming call)

Notifications

Switches to the notification screen.

NOTE:

  • When there is no notification, displayed in gray and not available.

Favorites

Switches to the favorite screen.

Contacts

Displays the phone book.

Call History

Displays the call history.

Dial Phoned

Switches to the dial screen for phone number input.

SMS

Switches to the SMS screen.

Setting

Switches ON/OFF of the SMS notification function.

NOTE:

  • If Bluetooth® communication is not established between a mobile device such as a Bluetooth®-enabled smart phone, the functions dependent on the mobile device are displayed in gray and they are not available.

  • IF there any unread notification or SMS, the number of unread messages is displayed beside each item name. The number of missed call is displayed next to ???Call History???.

Navigation screen
  • When the navigation button on the home screen is selected, the navigation screen is displayed. Navigation information such as the current position and route guidance to destination is displayed on this screen.

Settings screen

Tab

Reference

Display

(See ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM [WITH CENTER DISPLAY].)

Display setting

Safety

Personalization setting function (vehicle setting)

Sound

Sound setting

Clock

Clock setting

Vehicle

Personalization setting function (vehicle setting)

Devices

Bluetooth® pairing

System

System setting

Construction

  • The center display is installed in the center of the dashboard.

  • The center display has a built-in temperature sensor.

Input/output signal table

Terminal

Signal

1A

???

1B

Ground

1C

???

1D

???

1E

???

1F

???

1G

ACC

1H

B+

2A

???

2B

LVDS (+)

2C

???

2D

LVDS (-)

Fail-safe

  • Not applicable

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