This may be completely unrealistic given the limitations of the system but I like the concept! I have actually seen something similar on an older vehicle. I suppose that the data is readily available...the trick would be however, if it could be displayed in some way. Nice post @Yonef!Is there any App or tweak in AIO that will show some more info from OBD2 ?
I'm asking if there is any way to display things such: Battery voltage (not Bat SOC), Oil Presure, Oil Temp, Fuel Temp (as there is a temp sensor in the car), DPF regen cycle... etc.
I'm asking because those options are available via OBD2 and I think there is a way already to read ECU/OBD2 via infotainment system.
I only have a black screen but the radio plays.
Hello, I've seen this 'fix' before and I'm keen to implement it to save my sanity!With Google Translate from German Forum:
In the hood lock is a small switch, which mediates whether the hood is open for maintenance purposes.The i-stop is disabled for maintenance purposes. The switch is fixed with a screw and has a plastic pin that sits in a bore. Loosen the screw, turn the switch so that the pin sits next to the hole and screw on again. Now it is no longer pressed with the hood closed and the i-stop is permanently deactivated!
Since we have no control light for the bonnet, there is also no error message!
Hi Tristan,To get to know your current MZD firmware (FW) version go to MZD settings -> tab system -> about -> version (or something alike).
If the current software version is older than 55.00.650, update first to 70.00.100 (Downloadlink), then update to the latest version 70.00.352 (Downloadlink). If the current version is 55.00.650 or higher, you can update directly to 70.00.352.
Here you can download the latest FW for North America region (70.00.352 NA) and a PDF with the installation instruction. Stick to the word to it and read it before starting the update. All on your own risk. You could brick your CMU (new approx. 1000 USD). Mazda does not intend users to do FW updates. The PDF shows the instructions for their dealers. Good luck & fingers crossed, that your issues will be solved with the new FW