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Mazda 2: Manual Type - Air-Conditioning System - Interior Features - Mazda2 Owners Manual

Mazda 2: Manual Type

Mazda2 Owners Manual

Type A

Type A


Type B

Type B


Type C

Type C


Type D

Type D


Control Switches

Temperature control dial

(Type A/Type B/Type C) This dial controls temperature. Turn it clockwise for hot and anticlockwise for cold.

(Type D) This dial controls the air temperature when using the air conditioner. Turn it clockwise for cold.

Fan control dial

This dial allows variable fan speeds.

0—Fan off

1—Low speed

2—Medium low speed

3—Medium high speed

4—High speed

Mode selector dial

Turn the mode selector dial to select airfl ow mode (page 5-4 ).

NOTE

  • The mode selector dial can be set at the intermediate positions ( 
    ) between each mode. Set the dial to an intermediate position if you want to split the airfl ow between the two modes.
  • For example, when the mode selector dial is at the position between
    the and
      positions, airfl ow from
    the fl oor vent is less than that of the
    position.

A/C switch (Type A/Type C/Type D)

Press the A/C switch to turn the air conditioner on. The indicator light on the switch will illuminate when the fan control dial is set at position 1, 2, 3, or 4.

Press the switch once again to turn the air conditioner off.

NOTE

The air conditioner may not function when the outside temperature approaches 0 °C (32 °F).

Air intake selector (Type A/Type B)

This switch controls the source of air entering the vehicle.

Press the air intake selector switch to alternate between the outside air and recirculated air modes.

Recirculated air mode


Outside air is shut off. Air within the vehicle is recirculated.

Outside air mode


Outside air is allowed to enter the cabin. Use this mode for ventilation or windscreen defrosting.

WARNING

Do not use the recirculated air mode in cold or rainy weather: Using the recirculated air mode in cold or rainy weather is dangerous as it will cause the windows to fog up. Your vision will be hampered, which could lead to a serious accident.

Air intake selector (Type C/Type D)

This lever controls the source of air entering the vehicle.

It is recommended that under normal conditions the switch be kept in the outside air position.

Recirculated air position


Outside air is shut off. Air within the vehicle is recirculated.

Outside air position


(Type C) Outside air is taken into the vehicle. Use this position for normal ventilation and heating.

(Type D) Outside air is taken into the vehicle. Use this position for normal ventilation.

WARNING

Do not use the position
in cold or rainy weather: Using the position in cold or rainy
weather is dangerous as it will cause the windows to fog up. Your vision will be hampered, which could lead to a serious accident.

Heating

  1. Set the mode selector dial to the
    position.
  2. (Type A/Type B)

Set the air intake selector to the outside air mode.

(Type C) Set the air intake selector to the
position.

  1. Set the temperature control dial to the hot position.
  2. Set the fan control dial to the desired speed.
  3. (Type A/Type C) If dehumidifi ed heating is desired, turn on the air conditioner.

NOTE

  • If the windscreen fogs up easily, set the mode selector dial to the
    position.
  • (Type A/Type C)   If cooler air is desired at face level, set the mode selector dial to the
    position and adjust the temperature control dial to maintain maximum comfort.
  • The air to the fl oor is warmer than air to the face (except when the temperature control dial is set at the extreme hot or cold position).
  • (Type A/Type B)   In the position, the outside
    air mode is automatically selected. The air intake selector cannot be changed to the recirculated air mode.

Cooling (With air conditioner)

  1. Set the mode selector dial to the
    position.
  2. Set the temperature control dial to the cold position
  3. Set the fan control dial to the desired speed.
  4. Turn on the air conditioner by pressing the A/C switch.
  5. After cooling begins, adjust the fan control dial and temperature control dial as needed to maintain maximum comfort.

CAUTION

If the air conditioner is used while driving up long hills or in heavy traffi c, monitor the engine coolant temperature warning light to see if it is illuminated or fl ashing (page 4-37 ).

The air conditioner may cause engine overheating. If the warning light is illuminated or fl ashing, turn the air conditioning off (page 7-26 ).

NOTE

  • When maximum cooling is desired, set the temperature control dial to the extreme cold position and set the air intake selector to the recirculated air mode, then set the fan control dial to position 4.
  • (Type A/Type C)   If warmer air is desired at fl oor level, set the mode selector dial to the position and adjust the temperature control dial to maintain maximum comfort.
  • The air to the fl oor is warmer than air to the face (except when the temperature control dial is set at the extreme hot or cold position).

Ventilation

  1. Set the mode selector dial to the
    position.
  2. (Type A/Type B) Set the air intake selector to the outside air mode.

    (Type C/Type D) Set the air intake selector to the
    position.

  3. Set the temperature control dial to the desired position.
  4. Set the fan control dial to the desired speed.

Windscreen Defrosting and Defogging

  1. Set the mode selector dial to the
    position.
  2. (Type C/Type D) Set the air intake selector to the
    position.
  3. Set the temperature control dial to the desired position.
  4. Set the fan control dial to the desired speed.
  5. (Type A/Type C) If dehumidifi ed heating is desired, turn on the air conditioner.

    (Type D) Press the A/C switch to turn on the air conditioner.

WARNING

Do not defog the windscreen using the
position with the temperature control set to the cold position (Type A/ Type B/Type C): Using the

position with the temperature control set to the cold position is dangerous as it will cause the outside of the windscreen to fog up.

Your vision will be hampered, which could lead to a serious accident. Set the temperature control to the hot or warm position when using the  position.


Do not leave the air conditioner in the
position with the temperature control set to cold after the windscreen has defogged (Type D): Leaving the air conditioner in the

position with the temperature control set to cold after the windscreen has defogged is dangerous as the outside of the windscreen will fog up. Your vision will be hampered, which could lead to a serious accident.

Set the mode selector dial except the
position and turn on the windscreen wipers to clear the window.

NOTE

  • (Type A/Type C)  For maximum defrosting, turn on the air conditioner, set the temperature control dial to the extreme hot position, and the fan control dial to position 4.
  • (Type A/Type C)   If warm air is desired at the fl oor, set the mode selector dial to the
    position.
  • (Type A/Type B)   In the position, the outside
    air mode is automatically selected. The air intake selector cannot be changed to the recirculated air mode.

Dehumidifying (With air conditioner)

Operate the air conditioner in cool or cold weather to help defog the windscreen and side windows.

  1. Set the mode selector dial to the desired position.
  2. (Type A) Set the air intake selector to the outside air mode.

    (Type C/Type D) Set the air intake selector to the position.

  3. Set the temperature control dial to the
    desired position.
  4. Set the fan control dial to the desired speed.
  5. Turn on the air conditioner by pressing the A/C switch.

NOTE

(Type A/Type C) One of the functions of the air conditioner is dehumidifying the air and, to use this function, the temperature does not have to be set to cold.

Therefore, set the temperature control dial to the desired position (hot or cold) and turn on the air conditioner when you want to dehumidify the cabin air.

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