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Old 01-23-2019, 08:54 PM
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Angry 2007 Mazda CX-9 missing injector data pid

2007 Mazda CX-9 3.5L California Emissions


There is spark duration data for the individual cylinders but no Injector data.

The only place it even shows anything for injector is in the "Fault/Monitor data"...


Suspecting a bad driver in the ECU at this point. Sure would be nice to see what the ECU is reporting...
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Old 01-24-2019, 06:43 AM
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Maybe For Sh@ts and Giggles workaround , think I would be tempted to try and see if the Mazda Turd could be manually entered as a 3.5L Ford Edge.
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So I had a chance to get in the Vehicle with Genuine Mazda IDS using a Genuine Mazda VCM II.

Looks like FORD decided Injector data was not necessary on this vehicle.

The Mazda IDS that was borrowed would not allow us to ID the vehicle as a Ford. Possibly do the fact that Mazda and Ford pretty much dissolved sharing there drive trains a few years back.

We also tried to ID it as an 2008 CX-9. That uses a different PCM but was able to see what Pids and much to my surprise they had no pids for Injector data there as well.

Here is what Data is available from the factory for the 2007 Mazda CX-9 and I believe Snap On pretty much has all the same.

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THANKS for posting your findings Joe!!!!
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Hence why Mazdas are not the friendliest when attempting to diagnose, they INTENTIONALLY omit pertinent data for us to use, IMO.
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Hence why Mazdas are not the friendliest when attempting to diagnose, they INTENTIONALLY omit pertinent data for us to use, IMO.
I dunno, thought my old Port Freight 08 was on a first name basis with the Mazda Turds I worked on.
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Hence why Mazdas are not the friendliest when attempting to diagnose, they INTENTIONALLY omit pertinent data for us to use, IMO.
Unfortunitly it was a joint venture with Ford. The 3.5L was also used in the Ford Taurus, Ford Edge, and Lincoln MKZ.
IDS is also a Ford thing.

If anything Ford left the data out...
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