Mazda Protege (2003 year). Instruction - part 11

 

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Mazda Protege (2003 year). Instruction - part 11

 

 

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Interior Comfort

Audio System

▼ Operating the In-Dash CD Changer

Inserting the CD

The CD must be label-side up when 
inserting. The auto-loading mechanism 
will set the CD and begin play. There will 
be a short lapse before play begins while 
the player reads the digital signals on the 
CD. 
The disc number and the track number 
will be displayed.

Normal insertion

1. Press the load button (

).

2. When "In" is displayed, insert the CD.

Inserting CDs into desired tray number

1. Press and hold the load button (

for about 2 seconds until a beep is 
heard.

2. Press the channel preset button for the 

desired tray number within 5 seconds 
after the beep is heard.

3. When "In" is displayed, insert the CD.

Display

CD slot

Disc-in indicator

    CD eject

button

CD play button

Random button

Repeat button

Disc up button

Scan 
button

Fast-forward button

Reverse
button

Track up
button

Track down
button

Disc down 
button

Load button

Power/Volume knob

NOTE

A CD cannot be inserted while the 
display reads "WAIT". A beeping 
sound can be heard during this waiting 
time. Simultaneously pressing the 
power/volume knob and the load 
button (

) for about 2 seconds will 

turn this beeping sound ON or OFF.

NOTE

The CD cannot be inserted to the 
desired tray number if the number is 
already occupied.

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Audio System

Multiple insertion

1. Press and hold the load button (

for about 2 seconds until a beep is 
heard.

2. When "In" is displayed, insert the CD.

3. When "In" is displayed again, insert 

the next CD.

Ejecting the CD

Normal ejection

1. Press the CD eject button (

). The 

disc number and "OUT" will be 
displayed.

2. Pull out the CD.

Ejecting CDs from desired tray number

1. Press and hold the CD eject button (

for about 2 seconds until a beep is 
heard.

2. Press the channel preset button for the 

desired CD number within 5 seconds 
after the beep is heard.

3. Pull out the CD.

Multiple ejection

1. Press and hold the CD eject button (

for about 2 seconds until a beep is 
heard.

2. Wait 5 seconds or press the CD eject 

button (

) again within 5 seconds 

after the beep is heard.

3. Pull out the CD, then the next CD will 

be ejected.

Playing

Press the CD play button (

) to start 

playing when a CD is in the unit.

Fast-forward/Reverse

Press and hold the fast-forward button 
(

) to advance through a track at high 

speed.
Press and hold the reverse button (

to reverse through a track at high speed.

Track search

Press the track up button (

) once to 

skip forward to the beginning of the next 
track.
Press the track down button (

) once to 

skip back to the beginning of the current 
track.

NOTE

The first-inserted CD will be played 
automatically when:

• No CD is inserted within 15 

seconds after "In" is displayed.

• The CD trays are full.

NOTE

When the CD is ejected during play, 
the next CD will be played 
automatically.

NOTE

• CDs will be ejected starting with the 

one with the lowest number.

• All CDs in the tray will be ejected 

continuously.

• CDs can be ejected when the 

ignition switch is off. Press and hold 
the CD eject button (

) for about 2 

seconds and all CDs will eject.

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Audio System

Disc search 

Press the disc up button (

) to skip 

forward to the beginning of the next CD. 
Press the disc down button (

) to 

skip back to the beginning of the previous 
CD.

Music scan

This feature helps to find a program by 
playing about the first 10 seconds of each 
track.

Press the scan button (

) during play 

to start scan play operation (the track 
number will flash).
Press the scan button (

) once again 

to cancel scan play.

Repeat play

This feature makes it possible to listen to 
a selection repeatedly.

Press the repeat button (

) during play. 

The current selection will be repeated 
("RPT" will be displayed).
Press the repeat button (

) once again 

to cancel repeat play.

Random play

This feature allows the CD player to 
randomly select the order of the songs.

Press the random button (

) during 

play. The next selection will be randomly 
selected ("RDM" will be displayed). 
Press the random button (

) once 

again to cancel random play.

NOTE

If the unit is left in scan, normal play 
will resume where scan was selected.

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Audio System

▼ Error Indications

If you see an error indication on the display, find the cause in the chart. If you cannot clear 
the error indication, take the vehicle to an Authorized Mazda Dealer.

Indication

Cause

Solution

CHECK MD

MD is inserted upside down

Insert the MD properly. If the error indication does 
not disappear, consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer

CHECK MD

MD is defective

Insert another MD properly. If the error indication 
does not disappear, consult an Authorized Mazda 
Dealer

CHECK CD

CD is inserted upside down

Insert the CD properly. If the error indication does 
not disappear, consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer

CHECK CD

CD is defective

Check the CD for scratches or soiling

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Interior Comfort

Audio System

This CD player is made and tested to meet exacting safety standards. It meets FCC 
requirements and complies with safety performance standards of the U.S. Department of 
Health and Human Services.

Safety Certification

• This CD player should not be adjusted or repaired by anyone except qualified service 

personnel.
If servicing is required, contact an Authorized Mazda dealer.

• Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those 

specified herein may result in hazardous laser exposure. Never operate the CD player 
with the top case of the unit removed.

• Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Mazda may void the user’s 

authority to operate this equipment.

NOTE

For CD player section:
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the 
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) 
this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause 
undesired operation.

NOTE

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital 
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide 
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This 
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed 
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio 
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a 
particular installation.

CAUTION

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Interior Comfort

Interior Equipment

When you need a sunvisor, lower it for use 
in front or swing it to the side.

▼ Vanity Mirrors

To use the vanity mirror, lower the 
sunvisor.

▼ Illuminated Entry System

When the switch is in the DOOR position, 
the overhead light comes on for:
• about 30 seconds after the driver’s door 

is unlocked and the ignition key is 
removed.

• about 15 seconds after all doors are 

closed.

• about 15 seconds after the key is 

removed from the ignition.

The light also goes out when:
• the ignition switch is turned to the ON 

position and all doors are closed.

• the driver’s door is locked.

Sunvisors

Sunvisor

Interior Lights

NOTE

If any door is left opened, the light 
goes out after about 5 minutes.
The light turns on again when the 
ignition switch is turned to the ON 
position, or when any door is opened 
after all doors have been closed.

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Interior Comfort

▼ Overhead Lights

▼ Map Lights

The map lights are switched on or off by 
pressing the switches.

OFF

Light off

DOOR

• Light on when any door is open
• Light on or off when the 

illuminated entry system is on

ON

Light on

OFF

DOOR

ON

With sunroof

OFF

ON

DOOR

Without sunroof

Map light

Map light

With sunroof

Map light

Map light

Without sunroof

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Interior Comfort

Interior Equipment

▼ Luggage Compartment Light

The ignition switch must be in the ACC or 
ON position.
Press the lighter in and release it. When 
ready for use, it automatically pops out.

OFF

Light off

ON

Light on when the liftgate is open

OFF

ON

Lighter

• Don’t touch the metal part of the 

lighter, you may burn yourself.

• Don’t hold the lighter in because it 

will overheat.

• Don’t use the lighter socket for 

plug-in accessories such as shavers 
and coffee pots. They may damage 
it or cause electrical failure. Use 
only a genuine Mazda lighter or the 
equivalent.

• If the lighter doesn’t pop out within 

30 seconds, remove it to prevent 
overheating.

CAUTION

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Interior Comfort

To remove, open and push down on the 
lock spring.

The cup holder is in the center console.

Ashtray

Don’t use the ashtray for trash. You 
might start a fire.

CAUTION

Cup Holder

Using Cup Holder:
Using a cup holder to hold hot liquids 
while the vehicle is moving is 
dangerous. If the contents spill, you 
could be scalded. Never use a cup 
holder to hold hot liquids while the 
vehicle is moving.

Don’t Put Anything Other Than Cups 
or Drink-cans in Cup Holder:
Putting objects other than cups or 
drink-cans in a cup holder is 
dangerous.
During sudden braking or 
maneuvering, occupants could be hit 
and injured, or objects could be 
thrown around the vehicle, causing 
interference with the driver and the 
possibility of an accident. Only use a 
cup holder for cups or drink-cans.

WARNING

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Interior Comfort

Interior Equipment

▼ Glove Box

To open the glove box, pull the latch 
toward you.
The door has a lock, insert the key and 
turn it clockwise to lock, 
counterclockwise to unlock.

▼ Center Console

To open, pull the release catch.

▼ Cargo Securing Loops

Use the loops in the luggage compartment 
to secure cargo with a rope or net. The 
tensile strength of the loops is 196 N (20 
kgf, 44.1 lbf). Do not apply excessive 
force to the loops as it will damage them.

Storage Compartments

Open Storage Boxes:
Driving with the storage boxes open is 
dangerous. To reduce the possibility 
of injury in an accident or a sudden 
stop, keep the storage boxes closed 
when driving.

In hot weather, don’t leave 
combustible materials or objects which 
will deform in extreme heat such as 
lighters and glasses in the vehicle.

WARNING

CAUTION

Unlock

Lock

Not Securing Cargo:
Not securing cargo while driving is 
dangerous. The cargo could move or 
be crushed in sudden braking or a 
collision and cause injury. Make sure 
the luggage is secured before driving.

WARNING

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7-1

7

In Case of an Emergency

Helpful information on what to do in an emergency.

Parking in an Emergency  ............................................................. 7-2

Parking in an Emergency ........................................................... 7-2

Flat Tire .......................................................................................... 7-3

Spare Tire and Tool Storage  ...................................................... 7-3
Changing a Flat Tire  .................................................................. 7-7

Overheating  ................................................................................. 7-13

Overheating ............................................................................. 7-13

Emergency Starting  .................................................................... 7-15

Starting a Flooded Engine  ....................................................... 7-15
Jump-Starting .......................................................................... 7-15
Push-Starting ........................................................................... 7-17

Emergency Towing  ...................................................................... 7-18

Towing Description  ................................................................. 7-18
Towing/Tiedown Hooks ........................................................... 7-19
Recreational Towing ................................................................ 7-20

7-2

In Case of an Emergency

Parking in an Emergency

The hazard warning lights should always 
be used when you stop on or near a 
roadway.

The hazard warning lights warn other 
drivers that your vehicle is a traffic hazard 
and that they must take extreme caution 
when near it.

Depress the hazard warning switch and all 
four turn signals will flash at once.

Parking in an Emergency

NOTE

• The turn signals don’t work when 

the hazard warning lights are on.

• Check local regulations about the 

use of hazard warning lights while 
the vehicle is being towed. They 
may forbid it.

Hazard warning flasher switch

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In Case of an Emergency

Flat Tire

Spare tire and tools are stored in the locations illustrated in the diagram.

Spare Tire and Tool Storage

Jack handle

Lug wrench

Conventional tire

hold-down bolt

Spare tire

Tool bag

Jack

Sedan

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In Case of an Emergency

Flat Tire

Jack handle

Lug wrench

Conventional tire

hold-down bolt

Spare tire

Tool bag

Jack

Hatchback

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In Case of an Emergency

Flat Tire

▼ Jack

To remove the jack

(Sedan) 

1. Remove the jack container lid.

2. Turn the wing bolt counterclockwise.

(Hatchback) 

1. Remove the cover.

2. Turn the wing bolt counterclockwise.

To secure the jack

Perform the removal procedure in reverse.

▼ Spare Tire

Your Mazda has a temporary spare tire.
It’s lighter and smaller than a 
conventional tire, and is designed only for 
emergency use and should be used only 
for VERY short periods. Temporary 
spares should NEVER be used for long 
drives or extended periods.

Jack

Wing bolt

Jack

Wing bolt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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