Mazda PCM programming

Stuart Owner/Technician Tuggeranong, Australia Posted   Latest  
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Electrical
2010 Mazda 3 i 2.0L (F) 5-spd (FS5A-EL)
P2096 - Post Catalyst Fuel Trim System Too Lean Bank 1

Hi guys, This Mazda requires a reflash of the PCM to rectify the P2096 fault code. We've done this many times in the past but the Mazda Service website appears to not be recognising username details. Mazda Service advised us that there was a problem and refunded our subscription cost. Has anyone experienced the same issue and is there any resolution at this stage?

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Chris Technical Support Specialist
Commack, New York
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I have had them refund me in the past when their servers had issues. Unfortunately it was always a waiting game for them to come back online. I tried my login this morning and it would not accept my User/Password as well.

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Gary Owner/Technician
Heidelberg Heights, Australia
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I have had success with clearing that fault code permanently on a Mazda 3 by disconnecting the battery for a few hours. I read the solution in a Australian tech publication "The automotive technician".

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Chris Technical Support Specialist
Commack, New York
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It seems that Mazda is working normally today, I was able to log in, renew and update a PCM this morning.

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Stuart Owner/Technician
Tuggeranong, Australia
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Thanks for the relies all. Mazda have rectified the username issue with the website. We managed to successfully log in and carry out the PCM reflash which has rectified the fault. Thanks again!

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