Mazda MPV Electrical System Service and Troubleshooting
The Mazda MPV (Multi-Purpose Vehicle) is a minivan manufactured by Mazda first Introduced in 1989.
The following electrical wiring diagram manual apply for 1996 Mazda MPV. Here you will find detail description and explanation also illustration of the electrical system of the vehicle, operation, component location, maintenance, fault diagnosis, and troubleshooting. This manual also includes information on ground points, electrical wiring schematic, data link connector, common connector list, interconnecting diagram of joint box, joint box and part index. The manual is divided into following section:
Engine related system wiring diagram, contains description on starting system, charging system, engine control system, and fuel control.
Chassis related system circuit diagram, provides detail explanation on EC-AT control system, shift-lock system, multi mode 4WD system, antilock brake system, and automatic load levelling.
Body related wiring diagram, contains windshield wiper and washer, rear wiper and washer, horn, rear window defroster, central processing unit, power window, power door lock, keyless entry system, power outside mirror, sliding sunroof, cruise control system, and air bag system.
Interior lighting system, describes illumination lights, interior and spot lights, cargo and compartment lights.
Exterior lighting system, covers discussion on headlights, daytime running, taillights, license plate lights, side marker lights, turn and hazards warning lights, brake lights, high-mount brake light and back-up light.
Air conditioning related wiring and circuit diagram, covers heater and air conditioner, rear cooler, and rear heater.
Accessories, includes cigarette lighter and audio system.
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