... Its like mazda just used same plug for both cars but wired them different? ...
That's what I think.
My parts car, which is a P5 with P5 headlight housings, had the sedan, dual filament bulb, plugged into the low beam part of the headlight housing.
It's the wrong bulb, which didn't secure into the headlight housing properly, but the electrical connector plugged directly on to the bulb without an adapter.
Mazda was just taking shortcuts and used the same damn plug for both the sedan and the P5.
What a PITA.
I still haven't got my damn headlight installed.
My car is dripping with oil spray/undercoating and I can't seem to get the damn bulb into the housing without getting oil on it.
Your not even supposed to touch the bulb because the oil on your skin will contaminate the bulb and shorten its life.
This is a good example of where Mazda should have introduced an SST to help us install the damn bulb.
I can't reach in there while holding the fricken bulb.
Has anyone ever played this game ??
I keep setting off the buzzer and glowing up his nose....