First, yes, the exact name to search for I put in quote for you to find if you'd like...I get that, but the code gets stored into the cars computer & the MyMazda app. That's how they pulled the code last time. Why put unnecessary risk of damaging the engine, especially when the next appointment is a week out. Thanks I'm in the 4th gen Mazda FB group but I'll look for the turbo specific one.
But I 100% agree, that's why I even mentioned the code being stored too and if you full document in video with the warning light on, the milege and get out and show the dipstick there is ZERO reason for them to require that, it's BS! I was flabbergasted myself and pushed back when I heard that is what Mazda is requiring, I would NOT want to keep driving without adding oil at all! Honestly I'm not gonna buy another ICE Mazda again most likely. I also found out their factory fill gear oil is garbage, there are lots of people with failing rear diffs so after I searched for the best match I had Royal Purple 75w-90 put in my transfer case and rear diff at 15k miles and the car feel 300lbs lighter at take off, has far less drivetrain drag in general, I have to use the brakes coasting more now and my mileage has improved 5%. On top of that, their service dept. has been from the top down is telling their techs that conventional oil is better than full synthetic for the turbo when that is literally impossible and they put conventional in mine after I asked for full synthetic. I would have even paid a $10-20 surcharge if I had to on top of the free first 2 oil changes if they were just honest but they just said "We'll take good care of you" and put conventional in anyway, ugh.