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Mazda 2: Front Passenger Air Bag Deactivation Switch 

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Mazda 2 / Mazda2 Owners Manual / Essential Safety Equipment / SRS Air Bags / Front Passenger Air Bag Deactivation Switch 

WARNING

Do not deactivate the front passenger air bag unnecessarily: Unnecessary deactivation of the front passenger air bag is dangerous. If turned off unnecessarily, the front passenger will not receive the added protection of the air bag.

Serious injuries or even death could occur. With the exception of installing a childrestraint system on the front passenger seat, do not turn the air bag deactivation switch to the OFF position.

Front Passenger Air Bag Deactivation Switch


The front passenger air bag deactivation switch should be used to deactivate the front passenger front and side air bags and also the front passenger seat belt pretensioner system if installing a child-restraint system on the front passenger seat.

When the ignition is switched ON, both front passenger air bag deactivation indicator lights illuminate regardless of the front passenger air bag deactivation switch position. The indicator light turns off after a specifi ed period of time, then turns on/off depending on the conditions as indicated in the following table.

Front Passenger Air Bag Deactivation Switch


NOTE

Have the front passenger air bag deactivation switch inspected by an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer if any of these conditions occur:

  • The front passenger air bag deactivation indicator light does not illuminate for a specifi ed period of time when the ignition is switched ON.
  • The front passenger air bag deactivation indicator light does not turn off after a short period of time when the ignition is switched ON (front passenger air bag deactivation switch is in ON position).

Switch Positions

Before driving, always confi rm that the front passenger air bag deactivation switch is in the appropriate position using the auxiliary key according to your requirements.

WARNING

Do not leave the key in the front passenger air bag deactivation switch: Unintentional deactivation of the front passenger air bag is dangerous. In an accident, the front passenger will not be properly protected. Serious injuries or even death could occur. To avoid unintentional deactivation, always use the auxiliary key stored in the transmitter body currently being used to operate the front passenger air bag deactivation switch. After deactivating the air bag, put the auxiliary key back into the transmitter body. That way you will not leave the key in the front passenger air bag deactivation switch.

NOTE

After operating the front passenger air bag deactivation switch, put the auxiliary key back into the transmitter body.

OFF

Front passenger front air bag, side air bag, and front passenger seat belt pretensioner do not operate.

Switching to OFF position

  1. Insert the key into the front passenger air bag deactivation switch and turn the key clockwise until the key points to OFF.
  2. Remove the key.
  3. Make sure the air bag deactivation indicator light remains illuminated when the ignition is switched ON.

The front passenger front and side air bags and also the seat belt pretensioner system will remain deactivated until the front passenger air bag deactivation switch is turned to the ON position.

ON

Front passenger front air bag, side air bag, and front passenger seat belt pretensioner operate. Activate the system only when a child-restraint system is not installed on the front passenger seat.

Switching to ON position

  1. Insert the key into the front passenger air bag deactivation switch and turn the key anticlockwise until the key points to ON.
  2. Remove the key.
  3. Make sure the air bag deactivation indicator light remains illuminated when the ignition is switched ON. The air bag deactivation indicator light turns off after a short period of time.
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