This integration requires an active Mazda Connected Services subscription and a compatible vehicle. The following Mazda vehicles are Mazda Connected Services capable:
- Mazda3: 2019+
- CX-30: 2020+
- CX-5: 2021+
- CX-9: 2021+
- MX-30: 2020+
Adding Mazda Connected Services to your Home Assistant instance can be done via the user interface, by using this My button:
If the above My button doesn’t work, you can also perform the following steps manually:
Browse to your Home Assistant instance.
In the sidebar click on Settings.
From the configuration menu select: Devices & Services.
In the bottom right, click on the Add Integration button.
From the list, search and select “Mazda Connected Services”.
Follow the instruction on screen to complete the set up.
Button entities are available to perform the following actions:
- Start engine (engine can only be started 2 consecutive times; to reset this counter, the vehicle must be driven)
- Stop engine (only works if the engine was started remotely)
- Turn on hazard lights (lights will flash briefly and then turn off)
- Turn off hazard lights (if they have been manually turned on from inside the vehicle - lights will turn back on if a door is opened)
Additionally, the following button entity is available for electric vehicles:
- Refresh vehicle status (only refreshes electric vehicle-related information)
The following sensor entities are available:
- Fuel remaining (only for gas vehicles)
- Fuel distance remaining (only for gas vehicles)
- Tire pressure (not available for CX-5 and CX-9 models)
- Charge level (only for electric vehicles)
- Remaining range (only for electric vehicles)
The following binary sensor entities are available:
- Doors (open/closed, individual entities for each door)
- Trunk (open/closed)
- Hood (open/closed)
- Plugged in (plugged in/unplugged, only for electric vehicles)
Tracks the current location of the vehicle. This will generally update when the vehicle is switched off.
Displays the current door lock status of the vehicle, and locks/unlocks the doors of the vehicle.
For electric vehicles, a “charging” switch entity will be created, which allows viewing and controlling the charging state of the vehicle battery.
This integration provides a single service:
Send a GPS location to the vehicle’s navigation system as a POI (Point of Interest). Requires a navigation SD card installed in the vehicle.
|Service Data Attribute||Required||Description|
||yes||The device ID of the vehicle to send the GPS location to|
||yes||The latitude of the location to send.|
||yes||The longitude of the location to send.|
||yes||A friendly name for the location.|
This integration is not affiliated with or endorsed by Mazda.