The Mazda 3's ECU doesn't run Windows. That would need another USD$150 to spend for the Operating System that would always need to reboot (do you imagine if you needed to wait 10 minutes until you could start your engine??)dugrant153 said:It's the reset button for Microsoft Mazda3.
If your Mazda 3 crashes and you get a blue screen, you press that button to reset it and reboot it.
It's on Golfs and Jettas - next to the blinker, you remove a piece of the blinker and it's hidden there.SP33D said:Very interesting. I haven't ever seen a tow hook like that. Thanks for the input!!