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MotorData Professional - a diagnostic software for Mazda cars

Powertrain control system, MAZDA 3

MotorData Professional – information system for diagnostics and repair of Mazda cars 1996 – 2022 With its help, the autodiagnostician will quickly find the malfunction and its cause, and the car service will speed up customer service. MotorData contains up-to-date data on wiring diagrams, error codes, pinouts and signals of control units, typical malfunctions for Mazda 2, 3, 6, CX-3, CX-5, CX-7, CX-8 models.

MotorData consists of several programs and applications. MotorData Professional is a cloud-based program for Mazda diagnostics via a laptop (computer). To diagnose Mazda models on a smartphone via an ELM327 adapter with OBD2, we recommend downloading the free application MotorData OBD ELM autoscanner.

Benefits of MotorData

  • Color and interactive wiring diagrams of Mazda cars;
  • Diagnostic trouble codes: description, as well as the conditions for the occurrence of the DTC error and possible causes of the malfunction;
  • A complete reference book of typical malfunctions of Japanese models;
  • Control unit pinouts, reference waveforms and more.

Professional diagnostic tool for Mazda

MotorData Professional is a popular diagnostic tool for checking the health of Mazda. Tracing the wires on a colored wiring diagram greatly facilitates diagnostic work. It is easy to find the desired element on the diagram and trace the entire circuit. It is very easy to scale the circuit, move and move. Interactivity allows you to quickly go through several screens of the program and see at once, for example, the pinout of Mazda control units.

MotorData is easy to deal with DTCs (P0, P1, P2, P3, U0, U1, U2, C, B). The diagnostician will not only immediately decipher the code, but will find out under what conditions a malfunction occurs and what are the possible causes of the malfunction. Moreover, the specialist will receive a list of particular Mazda malfunctions, get acquainted with the data on the mounting blocks, the procedures for checking and initializing the elements.

Wiring diagram examples in MotorData

Common Mazda DTCs you can read with MotorData:

  • P1100 – Mass Airflow Sensor Circuit Intermittent
  • P1101 – Mass Airflow Sensor Circuit out of Self-Test Range
  • P1102 – Mass Airflow Sensor Signal Inconsistent with Throttle Position Sensor
  • P1103 – Mass Airflow Sensor Signal Inconsistent with Engine Speed
  • P1110 – Intake Air Temperature Sensor Signal (Dynamic Chamber) Circuit
  • P1112 – Intake Air Temperature Sensor Circuit Intermittent
  • P1113 – Intake Air Temperature Sensor Signal (Dynamic Chamber) Circuit
  • P1114 – Intake Air Temperature Sensor Circuit Low Input
  • P1116 – ECT Sensor Circuit Out of Self Test Range
  • P1117 – ECT Sensor Signal Intermittent
  • P1120 – Throttle Position Sensor out of Range Low
  • P1121 – Throttle Position Sensor Signal Not Consistent with Mass Airflow Signal
  • P1122 – Throttle Position Stuck Closed
  • P1123 – Throttle Position Stuck Open
  • P1124 – Throttle Position Sensor Signal Out of Self Test Range
  • P1125 – Throttle Position Sensor Signal Intermittent
  • P1127 – HO2S Bank 1 Sensor 2 Heater Not On During Key On Engine Running Self Test
  • P1128 – HO2S Bank 1 Sensor 1 Signals Swapped in Key On Engine Running Self Test
  • P1130 – HO2S Bank 1 Sensor 1 Not Switching (Fuel Control Limit Reached)
  • P1131 – HO2S Bank 1 Sensor 1 Signal Below 0.45v (A/F Ratio Too Lean)
  • P1132 – HO2S Bank 1 Sensor 1 Signal Above 0.45v (A/F Ratio Too Rich)
  • P1135 – HO2S Bank 1 Sensor 1 Heater Circuit Low Input
  • P1136 – HO2S Bank 1 Sensor 1 Heater Circuit High Input
  • P1137 – HO2S Bank 1 Sensor 2 Not Switching (Fuel Control Limit Reached)
  • P1138 – HO2S Bank 1 Sensor 2 Signal Above 0.45v (A/F Ratio Too Rich)
  • P1141 – HO2S Bank 1 Sensor 2 Heater Circuit Low Input
  • P1142 – HO2S Bank 1 Sensor 2 Heater Circuit High Input
  • P1143 – HO2S Bank 1 Sensor 3 Signal Below 0.45v (A/F Ratio Too Lean)
  • P1144 – HO2S Bank 1 Sensor 3 Signal Above 0.45v (A/F Ratio Too Rich)
  • P1150 – HO2S Bank 2 Sensor 1 Not Switching (Fuel Control Limit Reached)
  • P1151 – HO2S Bank 2 Sensor 1 Signal Below 0.45v (A/F Ratio Too Lean)
  • P1152 – HO2S Bank 2 Sensor 1 Signal Above 0.45v (A/F Ratio Too Rich)
  • P1169 – HO2S Bank 1 Sensor 1 Circuit Fixed (Bank 1 Sensor 1)
  • P1170 – HO2S Bank 1 Sensor 1 Circuit Fixed (Bank 1 Sensor 1)
  • P1173 – HO2S Bank 2 Sensor 1 Circuit Fixed (Bank 2 Sensor 1)
  • P1195 – EGR Boost Sensor Circuit
  • P1196 – Ignition Switch Start Circuit
  • P1235 – Fuel Pump Control Circuit
  • P1236 – Fuel Pump Control Out Range
  • P1250 – Pressure Regulator Control Solenoid Circuit
  • P1252 – Pressure Regulator Control Solenoid ‘2’ Circuit
  • P1260 – Anti-Theft System Signal Detected – Engine Disabled
  • P1270 – Engine RPM or Vehicle Speed Limit Reached
  • P1309 – Misfire Detection Monitor
  • P1345 – No CMP or SGC Signal
  • P1351 – Ignition Diagnostic Monitor Signal Lost to PCM or Out Of Range
  • P1352 – Ignition Coil ‘A’ Primary Circuit
  • P1353 – Ignition Coil ‘B’ Primary Circuit
  • P1354 – Ignition Coil ‘C’ Primary Circuit
  • P1358 – Ignition Diagnostic Monitor Signal Out Of Self Test Range
  • P1359 – SPOUT Signal Lost To Powertrain Control Module Or Out Of Range
  • P1360 – Ignition Coil ‘A’ Secondary Circuit
  • P1361 – Ignition Coil ‘B’ Secondary Circuit
  • P1362 – Ignition Coil ‘C’ Secondary Circuit
  • P1364 – Ignition Coil Primary Circuit
  • P1365 – Ignition Coil Secondary Circuit
  • P1390 – Octane Adjust Shorting Bar Out or Circuit Open
  • P1400 – DPFE Sensor Circuit Low Input
  • P1401 – DPFE Sensor Circuit High Input
  • P1402 – EGR Valve Position Sensor Circuit
  • P1405 – DPFE Sensor Upstream Hose Off Or Plugged
  • P1406 – DPFE Sensor Downstream Hose Off or Plugged
  • P1407 – No EGR Flow Detected
  • P1408 – EGR System Flow Out of Key On Engine Running Self Test Range
  • P1409 – EGR Vacuum Regulator Solenoid Circuit
  • P1410 – EGR Boost Solenoid Valve Stuck
  • P1443 – EVAP System Purge Flow Fault
  • P1444 – EVAP Purge Flow Sensor Circuit Low Voltage
  • P1446 – EVAP Purge Flow Sensor Circuit High Voltage
  • P1449 – CDCV or Throttle PositionCV Circuit
  • P1450 – EVAP Control System Fault
  • P1451 – Canister Vent Solenoid Circuit
  • P1455 – Fuel Tank Level Sensor Circuit
  • P1460 – Wide Open Throttle A/C Cut-Off Relay Circuit
  • P1464 – Air Conditioning Control Signal Circuit
  • P1474 – Fan Control (Primary Winding) Circuit
  • P1479 – Fan Control (Condenser Primary) Circuit
  • P1485 – EGR Vacuum Solenoid Circuit
  • P1486 – EGR Vent Solenoid Circuit
  • P1487 – EGR-CHK (Boost) Solenoid Circuit
  • P1496 – EGR Valve Motor Coil ‘1’ Open or Shorted
  • P1497 – EGR Valve Motor Coil ‘2’ Open or Shorted
  • P1498 – EGR Valve Motor Coil ‘3 Open or Shorted
  • P1499 – EGR Valve Motor Coil ‘4’ Open or Shorted
  • P1500 – Vehicle Speed Sensor Intermittent Signal
  • P1501 – Vehicle Speed Sensor Out of Self Test Range
  • P1502 – Vehicle Speed Sensor Circuit Error
  • P1504 – Idle Air Control Solenoid Circuit Intermittent
  • P1505 – Idle Air Control System at Adaptive Clip
  • P1506 – Idle Air Control System Overspeed Detected
  • P1507 – Idle Air Control System Underspeed Detected
  • P1508 – Bypass Air Solenoid ‘1’ Circuit
  • P1509 – Bypass Air Solenoid ‘2 Circuit
  • P1512 – VTCS Fault
  • P1521 – VRIS Solenoid ‘1’ Circuit
  • P1522 – VRIS Solenoid ‘2 Circuit
  • P1523 – VICS Solenoid Circuit
  • P1524 – Charge Air Cooler Bypass Solenoid Circuit
  • P1525 – ABV Vacuum Solenoid Circuit
  • P1526 – ABV Vent Solenoid Circuit
  • P1529 – L/C Atmospheric Balance Air Control Valve Circuit
  • P1540 – ABV System Fault
  • P1562 – Powertrain Control Module +BB Voltage Low
  • P1569 – VTCS Circuit Low Input
  • P1570 – VTCS Circuit High Input
  • P1601 – Powertrain Control Module Communication Line to TCM Error
  • P1602 – Immobilizer System Communication Error with Powertrain Control Module
  • P1603 – Immobilizer System Fault
  • P1604 – Immobilizer System Fault
  • P1605 – Powertrain Control Module Keep Alive Memory Test Error
  • P1608 – Powertrain Control Module (ECM CPU) DTC Test Fault
  • P1609 – Powertrain Control Module (ECM CPU) Knock Sensor Circuit
  • P1621 – lmmobilizer System Fault
  • P1622 – lmmobilizer System Fault
  • P1623 – lmmobilizer System Fault
  • P1624 – lmmobilizer System Fault
  • P1627 – Powertrain Control Module (ECM/TCS) Line Communication Error
  • P1628 – Powertrain Control Module (ECM/TCS) Any Line Communication Error
  • P1631 – Generator Output Voltage Signal (No Output)
  • P1632 – Battery Voltage Monitor Circuit
  • P1633 – Battery Overcharge Fault
  • P1634 – Generator Terminal ‘B’ Circuit Open
  • P1650 – Power Steering Pressure Switch Out of Range Fault
  • P1651 – Power Steering Pressure Switch Circuit
  • P1652 – Power Steering Pressure Switch Circuit
  • P1701 – Transmission Range Sensor Reverse Engagement Error
  • P1702 – Transmission Range Sensor Circuit Intermittent
  • P1703 – Brake On/Off Switch Out of Self Test Range
  • P1705 – Transmission Range Sensor out of Self Test Range
  • P1709 – Clutch Pedal Position Switch Circuit
  • P1711 – Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor Circuit out of Self Test Range
  • P1713 – Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor Circuit
  • P1714 – Shift Solenoid ‘1’ Mechanical Fault
  • P1715 – Shift Solenoid ‘2’ Mechanical Fault
  • P1716 – Shift Solenoid ‘3’ Mechanical Fault
  • P1717 – Shift Solenoid ‘4’ Mechanical Fault
  • P1718 – Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor Circuit
  • P1720 – Vehicle Speed Sensor ‘2’ Signal Error
  • P1729 – Transmission 4×4 Low Switch Error
  • P1900 – Turbine Speed Sensor Circuit Intermittent
  • P1901 – Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Intermittent

Mazda Models in MotorData Professional Diagnostic Software

MotorData Professional collects information for diagnosing popular Mazda models for markets in Asia, Europe, Africa, North and South America.

Mazda: technical data at MotorData

Modifications of Mazda vehicles with technical data in MotorData. Clicking will open a pop-up window with the characteristics. In the program, all information is structured by car brands, models, on-board diagnostic systems and sections (data types, modules).

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