A Video Guide on How to Use the Mazda SkyActiv OBD-II Calc Spreadsheet for FORScan
If you're looking to configure some settings in your Mazda SkyActiv vehicle using FORSCan, you will need access to a spreadsheet that lists the modules and As-built data of your vehicle.
The Youtube channel SergSlimMazda had created a spreadsheet of Mazda SkyActiv and came up with a video guide on how to properly use it. Check it out on the video below.
SkyActiv is a series of technology developed by Mazda to increase its vehicles' engine outpot and fuel efficiency. The SkyActiv technology first appeared on Mazda models produced since 2011, which was introduced in a form of new engines, transmissions, chassis, and body.
Mazda and Ford had a long partnership of about four decades. Most technologies in Ford were also implemented on some Mazda models. That is why some tools or software that work with Ford also apply to Mazda vehicles, such as the FORScan software. Among the functions that you can configure on your Mazda vehicle with FORSCan are Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC), Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC), Lane-Keep Assist System (LAS), Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS), Adaptive LED Headlights (ALH), and many more!
Special thanks to SergSlimMazda for this amazing video guide. Check out his Youtube channel for more of his awesome videos here. You can also check out the Mazda SkyActiv spreadsheet that he created here.
To apply configurations on your Mazda vehicle using FORScan, you will need a reliable OBD2 adapter. These are our featured OBD2 adapters that work flawlessly with FORScan.
Note: For FORScan coding modifications, we recommend using the OBD2 USB adapter for it provides a more stable connection.