ND - Reset i-Stop Jul 21, 2021 17:08:00 GMT Jeff - jthspace likes this Select PostDeselect PostLink to PostMemberGive GiftBack to Top Post by Admin on Jul 21, 2021 17:08:00 GMT Mazda i-stop reset - Tested and worked for me!1. Battery voltage has to be a least than 12.7V2. Untighten but do NOT unscrew the 12 mm nut holding the negative battery cable - See picture below - it's a bit hard to describe3. Disconnect negative battery terminal (with current sensor) for more than 5 minutes4. Now unscrew the 12 mm nut holding the negative battery cable and disconnect it - See picture below - it's a bit hard to describe5. Reconnect negative battery terminal (with current sensor)6. Reconnect negative battery cable to current sensor7. With ignition on press and hold the i-stop off button until indicator flashes green - If it flashes green, continue with next steps, if not repeat steps 2-68. Switch ignition off and shut bonnet9. Restart the engine and run it until it is completely warm - Trip counters will show 0 kilometers/miles because battery was disconnected10. Turn steering wheel lock to lock11. Switch ignition off12. Now you only have 25 seconds to do the following - Switch ignition on and within 5 seconds press and hold i-stop button I-stop indicator turns orange - Start the engine - Press and hold i-stop button for up to 10 seconds - Now i-stop indicator should turn green – the 25 seconds limit is over13. Switch ignition off – start the car and test resultI did it on my ND and i-Stop is now working after months of failing to work.NOTE: If you use a battery minder, DO NOT connect it to the negative terminal, this may be the reason i-Stop got confused.