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Platform: DBALL/DBALL2Firmware: MA2Rev.: 20150706Update Alert: Firmware updates are posted on the web on a regular basis. We recommendthat you check for firmware and/or install guide updates prior to installing this product.Installation GuideDoor lock and key interface compatible with Mazda vehicles.IndexVehicle Application Guide. 02InstallationType 1. 03Type 2. 04ProgrammingModule Programming.Method 1 (using 1 key and Key2GO) - Recommended Method.Method 2 (using 2 keys).Module Reset & Hard Reset.Feature & Option List.Feature Programming.050607080909LED Diagnostics & Troubleshooting. 10Limited One-Year Consumer Warranty. 11Quick Reference Guide. 12 Mazda is registered trademarks and property of its respective company. 2015 Directed. All rights reserved.

Platform: DBALL/DBALL2Firmware: MA2Rev.: 20150706Page 2Vehicle Application 222222222221111112112Legend:D: Data-to-Data (D2D) Only : D2D & W2W (Wire-to-Wire)1121112222222222222222222222222CC: Comfort & Convenience ControlsDL: OE Door Lock & Alarm ControlsPK: Transponder & Immobilizer Override D D SS-Entry MonitoringTrunk/Hatch PinSS-Factory Alarm TriggerMonitoring DDSS-Entry Monitoring Hood PinDL-Disarm Factory Security SS-Entry Monitoring ALL DoorPinsSS-Entry Monitoring DriverDoor PinDL-Arm Factory Security RS-Tach / RPM OutputCC-Power Windows Rollup Key2GOCC-Power Windows Rolldown ST-Ignition Status2 ST-E-Brake Status212 ST-Brake Status (foot brake)121212 DL-Trunk / Hatch Release112 DL-Driver Priority Unlock1112 DL-Door Unlock112 DL-Door Lock elaB-SeriesCX-7CX-7CX-7 (Smart Key)CX-7 (Smart Key)CX-9CX-9CX-9 (Smart Key)CX-9 (Smart Key)MazdaSpeed3MazdaSpeed6MX-5 Immobilizer Bypass-DataNo Key Req'dThe following table lists the vehicles and features which are compatible with this product. The number assigned to each yearallows you to determine which installation type should be used for your vehicle. D D D D DD RS: Remote Start & Engine ControlsSS: Integrated Security & MonitoringST: Function/Feature Status 2015 Directed. All rights reserved.

Platform: DBALL/DBALL2Firmware: MA2Rev.: 20150706Page 3Installation Type hicleMazda 2 (WO/Alarm)Mazda 2 (W/Alarm)Mazda 3 (WO/Alarm)Mazda 3 (W/Alarm)Mazda 5 (WO/Alarm)Mazda 5 (W/Alarm)Mazda 6 (WO/Alarm)Mazda 6 (W/Alarm)Atenza (WO/Alarm)Atenza (W/Alarm)Axela (WO/Alarm)Axela (W/Alarm)CX-7 (WO/Alarm)CX-7 (W/Alarm)CX-9 (WO/Alarm)CX-9 011-20141Door LockMUXWire ColorPinkGreenLt.GreenGreenGray 24 pin plugGray 24 pin plugWhite 24 pin plugWhite 24 pin plugBlueHarness in driver kick Lt.Green/RedBlack/WhiteViolet/WhiteLt.GreenWhite 16 pin plugWhite 16 pin plugWhite 16 pin plugWhite 16 pin plugWhite 24 pin plugWhite 24 pin plugWhite 30 pin plugWhite 30 pin plugWhite 30 pin plugWhite 30 pin plugLocation for Door Lock Connector / Harness forMUX WireDoor Lock MUX WireBCM in Driver kick panelBCM in Driver kick panelBCM in Driver kick panelBCM in Driver kick panelBCM in Driver kick panelBCM in Driver kick panelBCM in Driver kick panelBCM in Driver kick panelBCM in Driver kick panelBCM in Driver kick panel( ) Brake Sense Input[1] (AC)Tach Input(-) Door Status Input(-) E-Brake Sense InputConnect to vehicleVisit our website :www.directechs.comfor more information.(-) Ground(-) Ground( ) 12V( ) Accessory( ) Starter(-) Parking Lights( ) 12V(-) Lock Output(-) Unlock OutputAux 1 & 2 Output: ONLY if equipped with front one-touch powerwindows with auto up/down feature and global open.( ) Ignition Output(-) GWR (Status)Diagnosticconnector OBDII(connector side view)HS CAN High:pin 61RemoteHood Sense InputStarter[2] (-)BCM behind glove boxBCM behind glove boxBCM in Driver kick panelBCM in Driver kick panel( ) Ignition8HS CAN High: Tan/Black: 3916( ) 12V: Red: 13(-) Ground: Black: 14( ) 12V(-) Ground10: Blue/White: (-) GWR (Status) Input9: Pink: ( ) Ignition Input10(-) E-Brake Sense Output: Black/White: 1(-) Door Status Output: Green/White: 3[1] (AC) Tach Output: Violet/White: 5( ) Brake Sense Output: Gray: 6(MUX) Door Lock Output: Violet/Brown: 9Data TX: Yellow/Black: 10Data RX: Orange/Black: 11[2] (-) Hood Sense Output: Blue/Red: 1212See Reference Chart forDoor Lock MUX wire in vehicle.14HS CAN Low: Tan: 4HS CAN Low:pin 145: Violet/Black: (-) Power Windows Rolldown Input4: White/Violet: (-) Power Windows Rollup Input2: Blue: (-) Unlock Input1: Green: (-) Lock Input2RFLED4DBALL/DBALL2Prog. Button( )12VRX(-) GroundTXP#: XKD2D65Passive Anti-Theft Security System (PATS) ndRX TXIgnitionIgnitionGroundRXTXGBBGCDBIgnition Ground TXPBARXNot required in D2D mode.wire is an optional connection required on some remote starters, which do not support a tach signal in D2D.[2] Only if vehicle is equipped with OEM hood pin.[1] TachWith the exception of the OBII Diagnostic connector, all adapters are displayed from the wire side (unless specified otherwise). 2015 Directed. All rights reserved.

Platform: DBALL/DBALL2Firmware: MA2Rev.: 20150706Page 4Installation Type 2VehiclePATSConnector ColorYearMazda 3Mazda Speed3Mazda 5Mazda 6Mazda 6Mazda Speed6AtenzaAtenzaAxelaB-SeriesCX-7 (WO/Alarm)CX-7 (W/Alarm)CX-9 (WO/Alarm)CX-9 (W/Alarm)MX-5 (WO/Alarm)MX-5 (W/Alarm)PremacyRoadster (WO/Alarm)Roadster (W/Alarm)RX-8 (WO/Alarm)RX-8 UX Door Lock WireLocationConnectorHarness in driver kick panelHarness in driver kick panelHarness in driver kick panelHarness in driver kick panelBCM in Driver kick panelBCM in Driver kick panelHarness in driver kick panelBCM in Driver kick panelHarness in driver kick panelN/ABCM in Driver kick panelBCM in Driver kick panelBCM in Driver kick panelBCM in Driver kick panelKeyless Control Module above driver kick panelKeyless Control Module above driver kick panelHarness in driver kick panelKeyless Control Module above driver kick panelKeyless Control Module above driver kick panelHarness from driver doorHarness from driver doorN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A24 pin plug25 pin plugN/A24 pin plugN/AN/AWhite 30 pin plugWhite 30 pin plugWhite 30 pin plugWhite 30 pin plugGray 27 pin plugGray 27 pin plugN/AGray 27 pin plugGray 27 pin plugN/AN/AN/AN/A14(-) Ground(-) Ground: Black: 141210See Reference Chart forDoor Lock MUX wire in vehicle.[1] (MUX)( ) Starter(-) Parking Lights(-) Hood Status Input( ) Brake Status Input(-) Ground(-) Ground( ) 12V( ) 12V(-) GWR (Status)10: Blue/White: (-) GWR (Status) Input( ) Ignition Output9: Pink: ( ) Ignition InputDoor Lock Output: Violet/Brown: 9Unlock [1]2: Blue: (-) Unlock InputTX: Yellow/Black: 10Lock [1]1: Green: (-) Lock InputRX: Orange/Black: 112RFLED4DBALL/DBALL2Prog. Button( )12VRX(-) GroundTXRemote( ) 12V: Red: 13Starter( ) 12V( ) AccessoryConnect to vehicleVisit our website :www.directechs.comfor more information.( ) IgnitionP#: XKD2D65Passive Anti-Theft Security System (PATS) connectorsTX LO GYCDBIgnition Ground TXRXARXRX GroundNot required in D2D mode.[1] DoNOT use on Mazda B-Series and Mazda Tribute. Hard wire lock and unlock from remote starter directly to the vehicle. 2015 Directed. All rights reserved.

Platform: DBALL/DBALL2Firmware: MA2Rev.: 20150706Page 5Module ProgrammingRefer to the LED Diagnostics section for more information and for troubleshooting purposes.ImportantMake all the required connections to the vehicle, as described in the wiring diagram(s) found in this guide, and double check toensure everything is correct prior to moving onto the next step.Warning! To take advantage of advanced features, you must use XpressVIP 4.5 or higher. Using version 2.9 or 3.1 will limitavailable functions and features.1. Connect the interface module to your computer using the XKLoader.2. Open an Internet Explorer browser (version 6 or higher), and go to www.directechs.com. The detail of the platform and firmwarethat is currently saved on the interface module will be indicated in the top right corner of the page.3. Select the year, make and model of the vehicle; the page will refresh to display the compatible firmware.4. In the search result page, select Flash Standard install, and follow the instructions provided on the screen.5. Once you have configured your options, click on the FLASH button to upload the firmware onto the interface module.6. The following message will be displayed when the upload is completed:“The flashing is successfully completed. You may now unplug the kit.”You can now proceed with the programming instructions below.D2D InstallationIf required for your installation, connect the 10-pin, 12-pin and 14-pin harnesses tothe module, then connect the 4-pin D2D harness.in14-p 2-pin1D2D 0-pin13rdth4st12ndORW2W InstallationIf required for your installation, connect the 10-pin and 12-pin harnesses to themodule, then connect the 14-pin harness to the module.1in14-p 2-pin1D2D 0-pin11st3rd2ndWait until the LED turns ON solid red.SolidGo to the next page to complete the module programming. 2015 Directed. All rights reserved.

Platform: DBALL/DBALL2Firmware: MA2Rev.: 20150706Page 6Method 1 (using 1 key and Key2GO) - Recommended MethodRefer to the LED Diagnostics section for more information and for troubleshooting purposes.Version 4.5 or higher of XpressVIP must be installed on your computer to complete this programming sequence.OFFO2Key INInsert the key into the ignition barrel and turn it to the ON position. The LEDflashes green.NStep 1: Please see page 5.&STARTSTART&OFFNONKey INO3Key INTurn the key to OFF position then turn it to the ON positionagain. The LED flashes orange slowly.OFFFlashesGreenSTART&45Remove the DBALL/DBALL2 from the vehicle and reconnect it to your computer. The Directechsweb site will automatically recognize that you are moving on to the second phase of theprogramming sequence.6Select the method and click on Submit Key2GO Request.7Once the configuration is completed, reconnect the DBALL/DBALL2 to the vehicle.The LED flashes orange.OFFOFFKeyKey OUTOUTTurn the key to OFF and remove it from the ignition barrel.OONNFlashesOrange (slowly)STARTSTARTFlashes8Type 2 ONLY (No CAN connection):Press 5 times on the programming button.Press x 5Type 1: The LED turns ON solid green, then turns OFFonce the module has been successfully programmed.9Type 2: The LED turns ON solid orange for 3 seconds,then turns OFF once the module has been successfullyprogrammed.&Solid Green&OffSolidOrangeOFFYou have successfully completed the module programming sequence. 2015 Directed. All rights reserved.

Platform: DBALL/DBALL2Firmware: MA2Rev.: 20150706Page 7Method 2 (using 2 keys)Refer to the LED Diagnostics section for more information and for troubleshooting purposes.Version 4.5 or higher of XpressVIP must be installed on your computer to complete this programming sequence.Step 1: Please see page 5.START&OFFN1st ValidKey OUTOOFF1st ValidKey INO2Insert the first key and turn it to the ON position, wait until thesecurity light turns OFF, then remove it. The LED flashesgreen.NImportant: Make sure all doors are closed on the vehicle before executing the programming sequence.START&FlashesGreenSTART&OFFN2nd ValidKey OUTOOFF2nd ValidKey INO3Insert the second key and turn it to the ON position, wait untilthe security light turns OFF, then remove it.The LED flashes orange.NWithin 3 seconds but no more than 10 seconds (if exceeded, restart programming at step 1, see page 5):START&FlashesOrangeWithin 3 seconds but no more than 10 seconds (if exceeded, restart programming at step 1, see page 5):Automatic Transmission:Press & hold the module programming button and then remote start thevehicule using the transmitter (keep holding the programming button).4Pressand holdbutton&Pressand holdbutton&*Remote StartORManual Transmission:Press & hold the module programming button and then apply ( )12V tothe vehicle ignition wire with a jumper wire (keep holding theprogramming button).Type 1: The LED turns ON solid green for 3 seconds,then turns OFF once the module has been successfullyprogrammed.Release the programming button.5&SolidGreen&Release 12VJumper wireto 12VType 2: The LED turns ON solid orange for 3 seconds,then turns OFF once the module has been successfullyprogrammed.&OFFIgnitionRelease&&Press x 5SolidOrangeOFFYou have successfully completed the module programming sequence. 2015 Directed. All rights reserved.

Platform: DBALL/DBALL2Firmware: MA2Rev.: 20150706Page 8Module ResetA module reset will only erase programming performed in the previous steps. All settings (firmware) and settings flashedto the module using the web config tool will not be affected.D2D InstallationIf required for your installation, connect the 10-pin, 12-pin &14-pin harnesses to the module. Press and hold theprogramming button, then connect the 4-pin D2D harness.13rdth5st12nd4thORW2W Installationin14-p 2-pin1D2D 0-pin1If required for your installation, connect the 10-pin & 12-pinharnesses to the module. Press and hold the programmingbutton, then connect the 14-pin harness to the module.2in14-p 2-pin1D2D 0-pin14thst1Wait 3 seconds until the LED turns ON solid orange then release theprogramming button. The LED then turns ON solid red.2nd3rd&&ReleaseSolidSolidHard ResetWarning Against Executing a Hard Reset!A hard reset will revert the flashed firmware back to its default settings. Depending on the installation, some settings (suchas RFTD and D2D options) may have to be reconfigured. See the Feature & Option List section of this guide.D2D InstallationIf required for your installation, connect the 10-pin, 12-pin &14-pin harnesses to the module. Press and hold theprogramming button, then connect the 4-pin D2D harness.15th3rd1st2nd4thORW2W InstallationIf required for your installation, connect the 10-pin & 12-pinharnesses to the module. Press and hold the programmingbutton, then connect the 14-pin harness to the module.2in14-p 2-pin1D2D 0-pin1in14-p 2-pin1D2D 0-pin11st4th2nd3rdWait 3 seconds until the LED turns ON solid orange, and wait 10 more secondsuntil the LED starts to flash orange and red.&Solid3Flashes&Release the programming button. The LED turns ON solid red.ReleaseSolid 2015 Directed. All rights reserved.

Platform: DBALL/DBALL2Firmware: MA2Rev.: 20150706Page 9Feature & Option ListIt is recommended to configure all the features and options listed below using the configuration tool found on the moduleflashing page on www.directechs.com. The web offers more options; however, manual configuration of the features ispossible using the information on this page.* Default optionFeat.Operation1RF edDoor LockSmartOEMAlarmControlFlashes / OptionDescription1. Disabled*Module is connected to a remote starter using a standard installation.2. RFTD OutputModule is connected to an XL202 using an RSR or RXT installation (when available).3. SmartStartModule is connected to SmartStart using an RSR or RXT installation (when available).1. Driver Priority*Unlocks only the driver door on first press and unlocks all doors on a second press within 5 seconds.2. AllUnlocks all doors on first press.1. Disabled*No operation.2. With IgnitionLocks all doors when ignition is ON. Unlocks all doors when ignition turns OFF.3. With BrakeLocks all doors when brake pedal is pressed while the vehicle is running. Unlocks all doors when ignition turns OFF.4. With SpeedNot available1. DisabledThe OEM alarm will not be controlled by DBALL upon remote start. No disarm or arm command will be executed at thebeginning or end of the sequence; it must be controlled by the Remote Starter.2. NormalSmart OEM Alarm Control will behave like a standard Safelock feature on a remote starter. It will unlock at the beginning of thesequence, and relock after start and shutdown.3. Enabled*Smart OEM Alarm Control will synchronize with the OEM alarm so that it will disarm and rearm the vehicle in the remote startsequence, only when required. The reason for this is, factory alarm control must often be done by lock or unlock operation. Thiscould create unnecessary actions on door lock modules, such as the horn to honk. When possible, Smart OEM Alarm Controlwill monitor the alarm and door lock status to detect if the disarm or rearm is required. If the vehicle is unlocked or is notequipped with factory alarm, the disarm/rearm will not be executed. Smart OEM Alarm Control will also monitor the remotestarter actions so that the factory alarm control is not done twice. A remote starter, for which the Safelock feature is active, willwork perfectly with this option and will make it invisible to the user.Feature ProgrammingProgrammingButtonTo enter feature programming routine- Turn the ignition ON, then OFF.- Within 5 seconds, press and HOLD the programming button until the LED turns ON orange (after 3 seconds). Release theProgramming button.- The LED will flash green once slowly to indicate the feature number is 1. After a short delay, the LED flashes red rapidly to indicatethe current option of feature 1 (i.e. 1x green followed by 1x red indicates feature 1 is set to option 1). The flashing sequence will repeatuntil a new command is entered.Changing feature options- Press the lock/arm or unlock/disarm button on aftermarket transmitter to change the option of the selected feature.- The LED flashes red rapidly the number of times equal to the current option number. After a short delay, the LED flashes green slowlythe number of times to indicate the current feature. The flashing sequence

Mazda Speed3 2006-2009 2 Green/Red Mazda 5 2013-2014 4 Blue Mazda 6 2003-2005 2 Lt.Green Mazda 6 2006-2008 2 Lt.Green 24 pin plug BCM in Driver kick panel Mazda Speed6 2006-2008 2 Lt.Green 25 pin plug BCM in Driver kick panel Atenza 2003-2005 2 Lt.Green Atenza 2006-2008 2 Lt.Green 24 pin plug BCM in Driver kick panel Axela 2004-2009 2 Green/Red