ahh...another morsel of info...ESP module fuse blown. That's a pretty significant, and relevant, event. Now the HUD alerts are making more sense.
Electronic stability control (ESC), also referred to as electronic stability program (ESP) or dynamic stability control (DSC), is a computerized technology that improves a vehicle's stability by detecting and reducing loss of traction (skidding).
Well, the car is 'stable' as hell now at idle that's for sure. More techno gremlin BS. Great when it's all working, not so great when there's another yard ornament sitting around. Anyway, the schematic should be checked to see what all is on that fuse's circuit. May only be the ESP module, probably not. I assume the replacement fuse held and did not blow again?
If I had a bunch of spare parts lying around, I'd swap that module out just for the hell of it, praying it didn't have to be 'paired' to the rest of the car's modules.
Any idea as to what was going on when the fuse had blown (probably the instant the HUD reported its alerts)?
Had you ever done, or were you doing, any electrical work/mods to the car.
Were you driving when all of this occurred or was it more like you went out to start the car and found it wouldn't move as normal?
Did this problem simply appear one day, or was there some other odd behavior, or signs, leading up to the current situation?
Just for yucks, have you tried disabling the traction stability control w/ the button on the dash and then giving it a go?
2010 Kizashi GTS, CVT, iAWD (3/10 build date)
2011 SX4 Premium Hatch, CVT, iAWD (12/10 build date)
2018 Mazda CX-5 iAWD Touring
2014 Wrangler JKUW (GONE, traded
1991 Samurai, 5-Speed, EFI, Soft-Top (