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w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m
Mazda
626 and MX-6
Ford
Probe
Automotive
Repair
Manual
by Jay Storer
and John H Haynes
Member of the Guild of Motoring Writers
M odels covered:
All Mazda 626 - 1993 through 2001
Mazda MX-6 - 1993 through 1997
Ford Probe - 1993 through 1997
Haynes Publishing Group
Sparkford Nr Yeovil
Somerset BA22 7JJ England
Haynes North America, Inc
861 Lawrence Drive
Newbury Park
California 91320 USA

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  • Page 1

    Jay Storer and John H Haynes Member of the Guild of Motoring Writers M odels covered: All Mazda 626 - 1993 through 2001 Mazda MX-6 - 1993 through 1997 Ford Probe - 1993 through 1997 Haynes Publishing Group Sparkford Nr Yeovil...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    . m a z d a - i n x 6 . c o m 0 -3 Contents Introductory pages About this manual Introduction to the Mazda 626, MX6 and Ford Probe Vehicle identification numbers Buying parts Maintenance techniques, tools and working facilities Anti-theft audio system...

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 0 -4 Haynes author, mechanic and photographer with 1993 Ford Probe...

  • Page 4: About This Manual

    A Warning provides a special procedure or special steps which must be taken while completing the procedure where the Warning is found. Not heeding a Warning can result in personal injury. Introduction to the Mazda 626, MX-6 and Ford Probe These models are available in two-door The engine drives the front wheels...

  • Page 5: Vehicle Identification Numbers

    w w w . n i a z d a - m x 6 . c o i n 0 -6 Vehicle identification numbers eighth digit. The model year code is the 10th Modifications are a continuing and unpublicized process in vehicle manufactur­ digit.

  • Page 6: Buying Parts

    w w w . maz d a - m x 6 .com Buying parts Replacement parts are available from parts on an exchange basis, which can save unique to the vehicle and not generally avail­ many sources, which generally fall into one of a considerable amount of money.

  • Page 7

    w w w . m azd a - m x 6 . c o m M aintenance techniques, tools and w orking facilities length. For example, a standard 1 / 2 - 1 3 x 1 dard bolts have slashes radiating out from greater the strength of the nut.

  • Page 8

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Maintenance techniques, tools and w orking facilities 0 -9 Since fasteners of the same size (both ponent such as a nut or bolt). Overtightening aluminum).

  • Page 9

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Maintenance techniques, tools and w orking facilities 0-10 Dial indicator set Micrometer set Initially, the bolts or nuts should be H ose re m o va l tip s G asket sea lin g su rfa ce s assembled finger-tight only.

  • Page 10

    w w w . m a z d a - m x6. com Maintenance techniques, tools and w orking facilities 0-11 ■Vfy'V ------ Dial caliper Hand-operated vacuum pump Timing light Damper/steering wheel puller General purpose puller Hydraulic lifter removal tool Repair/overhaul and Special.

  • Page 11

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 0-1 2 Maintenance techniques, tools and w orking facilities Valve spring compressor Valve spring compressor Piston ring groove cleaning tool Ring removal/installation tool end combined in one wrench).

  • Page 12

    w w w. m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Maintenance techniques, tools and w orking facilities 0 -1 3 Cylinder hone Brake hold-down spring tool This list primarily contains only those Stroboscopic timing light (inductive Scribe Scraper (made from flattened copper tools and instruments widely available to the...

  • Page 13

    0-1 4 M aintenance techniques, tools and w orking facilities stored properly, they will last a very long B uying to o ls Working facilities time. Even with the best of care, though, For the do-it-yourselfer who is just start­ Not to be overlooked when discussing tools will wear out if used frequently.

  • Page 14: Anti-theft Audio System

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6. c o m 0 -1 5 Anti-theft audio system unless you have the code number for the display. Some models were originally equipped Press SCAN and AUTO M until four bars stereo.

  • Page 15: Jacking And Towing

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o i n 0-16 Jacking and towing Jacking Install the lug nuts with the beveled truck). If they can’t be raised, place them on a edges facing in.

  • Page 16: Automotive Chemicals And Lubricants

    0-17 Automotive chemicals and lubricants fasteners. High-temperature anti-seize, usu­ A number of automotive chemicals and in disc brake equipped vehicles. It usually ally made with copper and graphite lubri­ contains molybdenum disulfide (moly), which lubricants are available for use during vehicle cants.

  • Page 17: Conversion Factors

    w w w . m a z d a - m x6. com 0-1 8 Conversion factors Length (distance) 25.4 = Millimeters (mm) 0.0394 = Inches (In) Inches (in) X 0.305 = Meters (m) 3.281 = Feet (ft) Feet (ft) Miles X 1.609 = Kilometers (km) 0.621...

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 0 -1 9 DECIMALS to MILLIMETERS FRACTIONS to DECIMALS to MILLIMETERS Fraction Decimal Fraction Decimal Decimal Decimal 13.0969 I/64 0.0156 0.3969 33/64 0.5156 0.001 0.0254 0.500...

  • Page 19: Safety First

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 0-2 0 Safety first! Regardless of how enthusiastic you may etc. and when working under a vehicle. carefully. Never use materials from unmarked be about getting on with the job at hand, lake containers.

  • Page 20: Troubleshooting

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 0-21 Troubleshooting Contents Symptom Section Symptom Section Leaks lubricant................Engine Locked in gear................CHECK ENGINE light...........See Chapter 6 Noise most pronounced when turning......... Engine backfires................

  • Page 21

    w w w . m a z d a - mx 6 . c o m 0-22 Troubleshooting This section provides an easy reference pressure regulator, etc. (Chapter 4). Engine lopes w hile idling o r idles guide to the more common problems which Fuel not reaching fuel rail (Chapter 4).

  • Page 22

    w w w. m a zd a - m x 6 . c o m • ' ® Troubleshooting 0-23 Fuel injection system faulty (Chapter 4). Fuel system 13 Engine stalls Improper or damaged spark plugs or wires (Chapter 1). 22 Excessive fuel consum ption Idle speed incorrect (Chapter 1).

  • Page 23

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o in 0-2 4 Troubleshooting Worn differential pinion shaft in case.* 27 Internal coola nt leakage 33 G rabbing (chattering) as clu tch is Worn driveaxle bore in differential case engaged (Chapter 7A)."...

  • Page 24

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Troubleshooting 0 -2 5 a) Engine starting in gears other than Park B rakes 47 Leaks lubricant or Neutral. Note: Before assuming that a brake problem b) Indicator on shifter pointing to a gear exists, make sure that: other than the one actually being used.

  • Page 25

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Troubleshooting 0-2 6 ter 10). 68 Vehicle pulls to one side 63 D ragging brakes Worn control arm bushings or tie-rod ends (Chapter 10). Loose stabilizer bar (Chapter 10).

  • Page 26

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 0-27 Troubleshooting Front end alignment incorrect (excessive Tie-rod end loose (Chapter 10). 82 Tire tread w orn in one place toe-in). Have professionally aligned. Steering gear loose or worn (Chap­...

  • Page 27

    Autom otive chem icals and lubricants, 0-17 trunk lid (Mazda 626 and MX-6), removal, installation and adjustment, 11-14 trunk lid latch and lock cylinder (Mazda 626 and MX-6), removal and installation, 11-14 trunk/liftgate release and fuel door cables, removal and...

  • Page 28

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Index IND-2 general information, 12-1 Brake fluid change, 1-25 Brake O n/O ff (BOO) sw itch, check and replacem ent, 6-17 headlight Brake pedal height and freeplay, adjustm ent, 9-17 bulb, replacement, 12-9 Brakes, 9-1 through 9-20 door actuators (Probe), check and replacement, 12-12...

  • Page 29

    w w w. m azd a - m x 6 . c o m Index IND-3 water pump Crankshaft Position (CKP) sensor, check and check, 3-6 replacement, 6-10 removal and installation, 3-6 Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) sensor, check and Cowl cover, removal and installation, 11-10 replacement, 6-10 Crankshaft Evaporative emissions control (EVAP) system, 6-16...

  • Page 30

    w w w . m a z d a - i n x 6 . c o t n IND-4 Index repair operations possible with the engine in the Exhaust m anifold, removal and installation four-cylinder engine, 2A-10 vehicle, 2A-2 V6 engine, 2B-11 timing belt and sprockets, removal, inspection and Exhaust system...

  • Page 31

    2C-8 Interm ediate shaft, removal and installation, 8-9 initial start-up and break-in after overhaul, 2C-25 Introduction to the Mazda 626, MX-6 and Ford Probe, 0-5 main and connecting rod bearings, inspection, 2C-18 oil pressure check, 2C-5...

  • Page 32

    Radiator balljoints, replacement, 10-8 and coolant reservoir, removal and installation, 3-5 hub and wheel bearing assembly, removal and installation grille (Mazda 626 models), replacement, 11 -6 front. 10-6 Radio and speakers, removal and installation, 12-8 rear, 10-9 Rear knuckle, removal and installation, 10-8...

  • Page 33

    Trunk lid (Mazda 626 and MX-6 models), removal, installation and adjustm ent, 11-14 Trunk lid and liftgate support struts (Probe and MX-6 models), removal and installation, 11-15 Trunk lid latch and lock cylinder (Mazda 626 and MX-6), W ater pump removal and installation, 11-14 check, 3-6...

  • Page 34

    w w w .in a zd a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine maintenance C ontents Section Section Air filter replacement................. 18 Introduction.................. Automatic transaxle fluid change............27 Maintenance schedule..............Automatic transaxle fluid level check..........Manual transaxle lubricant change..........

  • Page 35

    w w w. m azd a -in x 6 .com Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine maintenance Capacities* Engine oil, with filter change V6 engine....................4.2 qts Four-cylinder engine................3.7 qts Automatic transaxle** Four-cylinder engine................6.0 qts V6 engine....................7.2 qts Manual transaxle...................

  • Page 36

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine maintenance Alternator Without air-conditioning New b e lt................. 5/16 to 3/8-inch Old belt 7/16 to 1/2-inch With air-conditioning New b e lt....

  • Page 37

    w w w. m azd a - mx 6 . c o m Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine maintenance Transaxle drain plug (Automatic) Engine oil drain plug Brake line ft * Front brake caliper Engine coolant reservoir Brake master cylinder reservoir Ignition coil pack Engine oil filler cap Windshield washer fluid reservoir...

  • Page 38

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine maintenance Typical four-cylinder engine compartment underside components Brake line Transaxle drain plug (Manual) Steering gear boot Front brake caliper Exhaust system Engine o il drain plug Outer driveaxle boot...

  • Page 39: Maintenance Schedule

    . m a z d a - n i x 6 . c o m Ford Probe, Mazda 626 and MX-6 Maintenance schedule The maintenance intervals in this manual are provided with the low speeds for extended periods or drive for short distances (less than assumption that you, not the dealer, will be doing the work.

  • Page 40: Engine Oil

    w w w .m a zda-m x6.com Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine maintenance Introduction This Chapter is designed to help the home mechanic maintain his/her car for peak performance, economy, safety and long life. The following Sections deal specifically with each item on the maintenance schedule. Visual checks, adjustments, component replacement and other helpful items are included.

  • Page 41: Engine Coolant

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine maintenance 4.9 On 1998 and later models, make sure 4.14a The windshield washer fluid 4.6 The threaded oil filler cap is located on the valve cover - to prevent dirt from the coolant level is between the MAX and reservoir (arrow) is located in front comer...

  • Page 42: Brake And Clutch Fluid

    Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine maintenance mended lubricants and fluids at the front of this Chapter or to your owner's manual). Mix­ ing different types of brake fluid can damage the system. Fill the brake master cylinder...

  • Page 43

    w w w . ma z d a - m x 6 .com 1-10 Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine maintenance 5.8 To extend the life of the tires, check 5.4a If a tire loses air on a steady basis, the air pressure at least once a week with check the valve core first to make sure it’s corner of the vehicle with the low tire and spray a soapy water solution onto the...

  • Page 44

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine maintenance 1-11 7.3 The automatic transaxle dipstick 7.5 The automatic transaxle fluid level (arrow) is located below the brake should be between the two upper notches master cylinder on the dipstick...

  • Page 45

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 1-12 C h a p te r 1 Tune-up and ro u tin e m aintenance 10.7 Squeeze the blade element tabs, 10.6 Press in on the tab and push the 8.14 Lubricate the oil filter gasket with clean engine oil before installing the filter blade assembly out of the hook...

  • Page 46: C Hapter

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine m aintenance 1-13 11 B attery check, m aintenance and charging (every 7500 m iles o r 6 m onths) ®...

  • Page 47

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 1-14 Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine maintenance rubber gloves to prevent any solution from coming in contact with your eyes or hands. Wear old clothes too - even diluted, sulfuric acid splashed onto clothes will burn holes in them.

  • Page 48: C Hapter

    w w w . m a z d a - n i x 6 . c o m Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine maintenance 1-15 ACCEPTABLE BELT RULER DEFLECTION W m m m k STRAIGHT EDGE Missing TWo or More Adjacent Ribs 1/2"...

  • Page 49: C Hapter

    www. m a zd a- mx6.com 1-16 Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine maintenance When checking vacuum hoses, be sure work area, and don’t work in a garage where palm of your hand and continue turning to the to include any plastic T-ffttings in the check. a natural gas-type appliance (such as a water left until the cap can be removed.

  • Page 50: Chapter

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine m aintenance 1-17 16.7a You will find an inspection window RADIAI TIRE ROTATION RADIAI TIRE ROTATION (arrow) in each caliper - the inner brake pad lining thickness can be determined by |1-AJ HAYNES) H - A J HAYNES|...

  • Page 51: Chapter

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine maintenance 16.11 hoses and at each fitting (arrows) 16.15 If the lining is bonded to the brake shoe, measure the lining for deterioration and cracks thickness from the outer surface to the metal shoe, as shown here;...

  • Page 52

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine maintenance 1-19 17.1 The manual transaxle check/fill (A) and drain (B) plugs 17.2a Use two different size pieces of hose to make an adapter on the funnel.

  • Page 53: Chapter

    w w w .m a zd a - m x 6 . c om 1 -2 0 Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine maintenance 19.2 Tools required for changing spark plugs 19.5a Spark plug manufacturers 19.5b To change the gap, bend the side Spark plug socket - This will have recommend using a wire-type gauge electrode only, as indicated by the arrows,...

  • Page 54: Chapter

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 .com Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine maintenance 1 -21 19.10 A piece of rubber hose will aid in 20.4 When removing the spark plug wires, 20.8 Remove each spark plug wire from getting the spark plug started in the hole pull only on the boot using a the distributor or coil pack...

  • Page 55: C Hapter

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 1 -2 2 Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine maintenance CARBON TRACK INSUFFICIENT SPRING TENSION ED OR CRACKS WORN OR DAMAGED ROTOR BUTTON 20.11c Check the inside of the distributor cap for carbon tracks, 20.12 Check the distributor rotor for cracks, a corroded rotor tip charred or eroded terminals or a damaged rotor button (in the and insufficient spring tension (if in doubt about its condition, buy...

  • Page 56: C Hapter

    On all Ford four-cylinder models and pedal pressure is applied, as when stopped At the specified intervals or when the Mazda four-cylinder models with an auto at a traffic light. The speed is critical to the distributor has been removed, the ignition...

  • Page 57: C Hapter

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 1-24 C h a p te r 1 Tune-up and ro u tin e m aintenance 24.5 Push down on the radiator cap and rotate it 24.6 The radiator drain plug (arrow) is located at the bottom counterclockwise - never remove it when the engine is hot! comer of the radiator...

  • Page 58

    www . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 1-25 Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine maintenance 26.6 Check the front and rear shock 26.9a Inspect the tie rod ends (A) and the 26.9b Check the steering gear boots for absorbers for leakage where the rod balljoints (B) for torn grease seals cracks and leaking steering fluid...

  • Page 59

    26.14 Flex the inner and outer driveaxle boots by hand to check their original positions for cracks and/or tears specified transmission fluid ( see Recom­ Ford CD4E and Mazda Driveaxle boot check mended lubricants and fluids at the front of LA4A-EL transaxles The driveaxle boots are very important this Chapter).

  • Page 60

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 1-27 Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine maintenance remove the drain plug and allow the old oil to 30 Fuel system check (every 30,000 drain into the pan (see Section 17).

  • Page 61

    . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine maintenance 30.9 The charcoal canister (arrow) is located underneath the rear of the vehicle under a cover on 1998 Mazda 626 models clamps (arrow) are tight Since some components of the fuel sys­...

  • Page 62

    www. m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine maintenance 1 -29 FRONT VEHICLE F ro n t C y lin d e r B a n k R e a r C y lin d e r B a n k 31.7b On V6 engines, when the no.

  • Page 63

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 1-30 Chapter 1 Tune-up and routine maintenance Measure the thickness of the shim with a micrometer (see illustration). To calculate the correct thickness of a replacement shim that will place the valve clearance within the specified value, use the following formula: N = T + (A - V)

  • Page 64

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2A-1 Chapter 2 Part A Four-cylinder engine Contents Section Section Intake manifold - removal and installation........Camshafts and lifters - removal and installation........7 Oil pan - removal and installation'....

  • Page 65

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2 A -2 Chapter 2 Part A Four-cylinder engine T o rq u e s p e c ific a tio n s Ft-lbs (unless otherwise indicated) Timing belt tensioner bolt...............

  • Page 66

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2A-3 Chapter 2 Part A Four-cylinder engine 4.4 Disconnect the PCV hose (A) and remove the bolt at the 3.8 To bring the number one piston to TDC, align the timing power steering hose bracket (B) - push aside the wiring harness notch on the edge of the crankshaft pulley with the and power steering hose to clear the valve cover...

  • Page 67

    w w w . m a z d a - m x6. com 2 A -4 Chapter 2 Part A Four-cylinder engine 4.11 Apply a bead of RTV sealant to the corners where the front 4.10 Apply RTV sealant to one side position it on the valve cover camshaft bearing caps meet the cylinder head (arrows) Apply RTV sealant to one side of the...

  • Page 68

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 2 Part A Four-cylinder engine 2 A -5 5.7 A special valve spring compressor, 5.9 Remove the valve stem seal with an 5.11 Gently tap the seal into place with a that bolts to each end of the cylinder oil seal removal tool or a pair of pliers...

  • Page 69

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2 A -6 Chapter 2 Part A Four-cylinder engine 6.4 Loosen the water pump pulley bolts (arrows) - remove the 6.10 Remove the upper timing belt cover remove bolts and pulley after the drivebelts are removed the cover and the oil dipstick tube...

  • Page 70

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 2 Part A Four-cylinder engine 2 A -7 If the belt teeth are cracked or pulled off (see illustration), water pump, oil pump or camshaft(s) may have seized.

  • Page 71: Camshafts And Lifters - Removal And Installation

    w w w . m a z d a -m x 6 .com Chapter 2 Part A Four-cylinder engine 2 A -8 Camshaft caps must be kept in order - they should be 7.4 Before removing a camshaft, measure the endplay numbered and marked I for Intake and E for Exhaust - the larger with a dial indicator thrust cap (at right here) is for the timing-belt end of the head...

  • Page 72

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 2 Part A Four-cylinder engine 2 A -9 7.8b Keep all lifters in order when removing them - store 7.14 Camshaft bearing cap TIGHTENING sequence hydraulic lifters upside down in oil, using a plastic or metal tray warmed up, you may need a new oil pump .

  • Page 73: Cylinder Head - Removal And Installation

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 2 Part A Four-cylinder engine 2A -10 9.3 Remove the exhaust manifold heat shield bolts (arrows) 9.7 Remove the exhaust manifold bolts/nuts (arrows) If the gasket was leaking, have the manifold Exhaust m anifold - removal and checked for warpage at an automotive...

  • Page 74

    w w w . maz d a - m x 6 .com Chapter 2 Part A Four-cylinder engine 2 A -1 1 ____________________________________________________ 10.27 Cylinder head bolt TIGHTENING sequence 11.5 Use a two-bolt puller to remove the 11.8 Pry out the old seal with a seal crankshaft pulley removal tool save the washers, if equipped, for use on the...

  • Page 75: 12 Oil Pan - Removal And Installation

    Note: 1998 and later ing are clean and dry before reassembly. removed, clean it thoroughly and install it Mazda models have a different bolt arrange­ Lightly coat the outer edge of a new oil now, using a new O-ring or gasket. Tighten...

  • Page 76

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2A-13 Chapter 2 Part A Four-cylinder engine 13.11a Measure the clearance between the oil pump driven 13.11b Measure the clearance between the drive and driven rotor rotor and the pump housing (arrow indicates location tips (arrows indicate dots for aligning the two rotors) of oil pressure relief valve)

  • Page 77

    w w w . ma z d a - m x6. com 2 A -1 4 Chapter 2 Part A Four-cylinder engine the flywheel at the crankshaft. For automatic transaxie vehicles, position the adapter, driveplate, backing plate at the crankshaft. Be sure to align the marks made 14.3 Marking the during removal.

  • Page 78

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 2 Part A Four-cylinder engine 2A -15 16.8 Remove the throughbolt (A) from the right mount, 16.10 Front engine mount throughbolt (A) and insulator mounting nuts (B) then remove the nuts (B) and the insulator Apply a new gasket or a bead of RTV...

  • Page 79

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2 A -1 6 Chapter 2 Part A Four-cylinder engine 16.16 At the top of the transaxle, remove the left mount 16.19 On the lower mount, remove the two nuts (A) at the throughbolt (A) and the bolt (B) and nut (C) at the crossmember, then the two bolts at the transaxle (B) transaxle to remove the insulator...

  • Page 80

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2B-1 ¥ Chapter 2 Part B V6 engine Contents Section Section Camshafts and lifters - removal and installation......Generalinformation..............CHECK ENGINE light o n ..........See Chapter 6 Intake manifold - removal and installation........

  • Page 81

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2B-2 Chapter 2 Part B V6 engine Oil pump Driven rotor-to-pump body clearance..........0.0087 inch maximum Rotor tip clearance................0.0078 inch maximum Clearance over rotors................ 0.0051 inch maximum Relief spring length................

  • Page 82

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2B-3 Chapter 2 Part B V6 engine If the rotor is 180-degrees off, the num­ ber one piston is at TDC on the exhaust stroke.

  • Page 83: Valve Springs, Retainers And Seals - Replacement

    www. m a z d a *mx 6 .com 2 B -4 Chapter 2 Part B V6 engine 4.4 Remove the screws retaining the wiring harness (A) to the 4.8a Apply RTV sealant to the areas indicated (arrows) on the front valve cover, disconnect the PCV valve (B), remove the bolts cylinder head (arrows) and sealing washers and remove the valve cover...

  • Page 84

    ww w . m a z d a - mx 6 . c o m Chapter 2 Part B V6 engine 2 B -5 5.7 A special valve spring compressor, 5.8 Remove the valve guide oil seal with 5.10 Gently tap the seal into place with a that bolts to each end of the cylinder an oil seal removal tool or a pair of pliers hammer and a seal installer or...

  • Page 85

    w w w . m a z d a - n i x 6 . c o m 2B-6 Chapter 2 Part B V6 engine 6.14a At the front cylinder head, remove 6.9 Remove the two bolts (arrows) and 6.13 Remove the lower bolts (arrows) the engine lifting bracket (A) and the three the drivebelt tensioner from the timing belt covers...

  • Page 86

    vyw w .m a z d a - m x 6 .com 2B-7 Chapter 2 Part B V6 engine 6.17 Remove the timing belt tensioner arm bolts (A), removing the lower bolt first - then loosen the tensioner bolt (B) with 6.16c Camshaft timing marks (arrows) - rear cylinder bank an Allen wrench 6.19 Hold the camshaft with a 27-mm wrench on the hex portion...

  • Page 87

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 .c o m 2 B -8 Chapter 2 Part B V6 engine 7.2a On the front cylinder head, align the 7.2b On the rear cylinder head, align the 7.3 Loosen the end cap bolts in sequence exhaust camshaft’s dowel pin (A) with the intake camshaft dowel pin (A) with the...

  • Page 88

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2B-9 Chapter 2 Part B V6 engine r t l W * • . r : : $ • > > fa ' 7.8a Store the bearing caps in order for easier reassembly 7.8b The lifters can be removed with a magnet jS1042-2b-/.1b'a KAYNE-SI...

  • Page 89

    w w w . i n a z d a - m x 6 . c o n i 2 B -1 0 Chapter 2 Part B V6 engine 8.5b At the firewall side of the manifold, there are a number of connectors and hoses to disconnect, including the throttle linkage 8.5a At the rear of the intake manifold, label and disconnect the (A), the two VRIS connectors (B) and the bracket holding the...

  • Page 90

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2B-11 Chapter 2 Part B V6 engine 8.12 Install the new intake manifold gaskets (arrows) on the 9.5 Remove the exhaust pipe nuts (arrows indicate two of three nuts on the front pipe) on both front and rear manifolds and lower cylinder heads the pipe...

  • Page 91

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2B-12 Chapter 2 Part B V6 engine 10.8 Remove the three bolts (arrows) and the seal plate from the 10.9 Remove the bolts (arrows) and remove the coolant outlet front of the engine - it will slip out from under the coolant inlet remove the O-ring at the rear of the outlet and over the motor mount bracket...

  • Page 92

    w w w . m a z d a -m x 6 .coin 2B-13 Chapter 2 Part B V6 engine 11.3 A bolt-type puller must be used to remove the crankshaft 11.6 Pry the crankshaft front oil seal out with a seal removal tool pulley;...

  • Page 93

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2 B -1 4 Chapter 2 Part B V6 engine 12.10 Apply a bead of RTV sealant around the perimeter of the oil 13.3 The oil pick-up tube is retained by four bolts (arrows) panf with the bead going to the inside of the bolt holes screwdriver or putty knife.

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 2 Part B V6 engine 2 B -1 5 15.4 Before removal of the old oil seal, 15.5 Using a large socket or suitable pipe 16.8 Remove the right engine mount by note how far the seal is seated in the bore or tubing, drive the seal into the bore until...

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 2 Part B V6 engine 2 B -1 6 16.10 Front engine mount throughbolt (A) and bracket bolts (B) - if the mount is to be removed with the crossmember in place, remove the bracket bolts and bracket, then the nuts under the 16.14 Rear mount throughbolt (A) and transaxle bracket bolts (B) crossmember to replace the insulator...

  • Page 96

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2C-1 Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures Contents Section Section Camshafts and lifters - inspection..........Enqine rebuildina alternatives..........Engine - removal and installation..........CHECK ENGINE light..........

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2 C -2 Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures F ou r-cylin de r engine (continued) C a m sh afts and lifte rs Runout limit................

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    w w w . n a z d a - m x .com 2C-3 Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures V6 engine General Bore............... 3.33 inches 2.92 inches Stroke..............Displacement............152.2 cubic inches (2.5 liters) Cylinder compression pressure at 250 rpm Standard....

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2C-4 Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures V6 engine (continued) C ra n k s h a ft and c o n n e c tin g ro d s Connecting rod side clearance (endplay) 0.0070 to 0.0130 inch Standard................

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures 2 C -5 2.2a The oil pressure can be checked by removing the sending 2.2b On V6 models, the sending unit (arrow) is located at the front unit (arrow) and installing a pressure gauge in its place (four- of the engine, on the oil cooler adapter cylinder engine shown)

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2C-6 Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures w u m m m m I r T i ________ 4.4 A simple vacuum gauge can be very handy in diagnosing A compression gauge with a threaded fitting for the spark engine condition and performance - arrow indicates source of plug hole is preferred over the type that requires hand pressure to...

  • Page 102

    w w w . mazd a - in x 6 .com 2C-7 Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures installation of manifolds and external parts is all that’s necessary. Used engine assembly - While over­ haul provides the best assurance of a like- new engine, used engines available from wrecking yards and importers are often a very simple and economical solution.

  • Page 103

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 .com 2 C -8 Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures quite a while. A machine shop will be required to perform some of the work which the do-it-yourselfer can’t accomplish without special equipment.

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2C-9 Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures 7.15c On four-cylinder models, disconnect the electrical 7.20 Attach a sling or chain securely-fastened with bolts/nuts to connectors at the distributor (A), the fuel injectors (B) and detach the two lifting eyes (arrows) - four-cylinder shown, V6 similar the retaining clips (C), then lay the harness back over the cowl...

  • Page 105

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2 C -1 0 Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures 9.4 If the valve won’t pull through the 9.2 A small plastic bag, with an 9.3 Compress the spring until the valve guide, deburr the edge of the stem end appropriate label, can be used to store the...

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures 2C-11 10.12 Check the cylinder head gasket surfaces for warpage by 10.14 A dial indicator can be used to measure valve stem-to trying to slip a feeler gauge under the precision straightedge (see guide clearance * move the valve stem back and forth as the Specifications for the maximum warpage allowed and use a...

  • Page 107

    w w w . maz d a - m x 6 . c o m 2C-12 Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures 10.17 Measure the free length of each valve spring with a dial or 10.18 Check each valve spring for squareness vernier caliper Valve c o m p o n e n ts Check each valve spring for wear (on...

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    ww w . m a z d a - m x 6 .com 2C-13 Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures 13.2 A ridge reamer is required to remove 13.4 Check the connecting rod side 13.5 Mark the connecting rods and caps with a number stamp or center punch to the ridge from the top of each cylinder - clearance (endplay) with a feeler gauge as...

  • Page 109

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2C-14 Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures 14.4 Lower engine block bolt LOOSENING sequence - V6 engines 14.3 Checking crankshaft endplay with a feeler gauge engine Slip feeler gauges between the...

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures 2C -15 ■CENTERLINE OF ENGINE 15.9 All bolt holes in the block - 15.11 A large socket on an extension can particularly the main bearing cap and be used to drive the new core plugs into head bolt holes - should be cleaned and...

  • Page 111

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2C-16 Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures 16.12 Check the block deck (both banks on a V6 engine) for distortion with a precision straightedge and feeler gauges - check 17.3a A “bottle brush”...

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2C-17 Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures again very thoroughly with warm, soapy scratch the sides of the ring grooves (see water to remove all traces of the abrasive grit illustrations).

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2 C -1 8 Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures 18.11 Measure the piston diameter at a 90-degree angle to the 19.5 Measure the diameter of each crankshaft journal at several piston pin, approximately 0.65-inch below the oil ring groove - a points to detect taper and out-of-round conditions...

  • Page 114

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2C-19 Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures must be installed. The automotive machine shop that reconditions the crankshaft will provide or help you select the correct size bearings.

  • Page 115

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2C-20 Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures l m k & 21.3 Measure the lobe heights and compare to Specifications - 21.4a Lay a strip of Plastigage on each camshaft journal, then move the micrometer across the lobe until the highest reading replace the bearing caps and tighten to Specifications - do not...

  • Page 116

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2C-21 Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures 23.3 When checking piston ring end gap, the ring must be square 23.4 With the ring square in the cylinder, measure the end gap in the cylinder bore (this is done by pushing the ring down with with a feeler gauge the top of a piston as shown)

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2C-22 Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures I61042-2c-24.12a HAYNESl 24.12a Main bearing cap bolt TIGHTENING sequence - 24.10 Lay the Plastigage strips (arrow) on the main bearing four-cylinder engine journals, parallel to the crankshaft centerline 24.14 Compare the width of the crushed Plastigage to the scale...

  • Page 118

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2C-23 Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures 24.20b . . . and rotate the thrust washers around the crankshaft 24.20a Place the upper thrust washer into position with the and into position in the engine block grooves facing OUT (arrows).

  • Page 119

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2C-24 Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures 26.5 Position the ring end gaps around the piston as shown, before installing the piston/connecting rod FRONT assembly into the cylinder Top compression ring...

  • Page 120

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 2C-25 Chapter 2 Part C General engine overhaul procedures the vehicle, double-check the engine oil and If the clearance is not as specified, the rods and caps perfectly clean when coolant levels.

  • Page 121

    w w w . ma z d a- m x 6 .com Chapter 3 Cooling, heating and air conditioning systems Contents Section Section Air conditioning and heating system - check and maintenance..Cooling system check............See Chapter 1 Cooling system servicing (draining, flushing Air conditioning compressor clutch circuit - check......

  • Page 122: Engine Cooling System

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 3 Cooling, heating and air conditioning systems ■ 1.1 Engine cooling system and air conditioning system components Thermostat housing Radiator Air conditioning compressor Condenser Water pump Air conditioning accumulator/drier...

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 3 Cooling, heating and air conditioning systems heater operation), the thermostat is probably Antifreeze - general inform ation stuck open. Replace the thermostat with a new one.

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    (four-cylinder). On 1998 and later check and replacem ent to one terminal and battery power to the Mazda models, the relays are located at the other. On two-speed fans, connect the black left side of the engine compartment next to...

  • Page 125

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 3 Cooling, heating and air conditioning systems 4.6b The condenser fan connector (A) and 4.6a The main engine cooling fan 4.3b On Probe models, the condenser fan the upper right shroud mounting bolt (B) connector (A) and the upper left shroud relays are located next to the...

  • Page 126

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 3 Cooling, heating and air conditioning systems 5.6 Disconnect the transaxle cooler lines (arrows) 5.7 Remove the upper mounting bolt on each side (arrows) 6.3 Check the water pump weep hole (arrow) for signs of leakage 7.6a On four-cylinder engines, remove the power steering - some staining is normal, but a large damp stain indicates the...

  • Page 127

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 3 Cooling, heating and air conditioning systems 7.6c Water pump mounting bolts (arrows) - V6 engine 8.3a Coolant sensor locations - four-cylinder engine 8.3b Coolant sensor locations - V6 engine Temperature gauge sending unit Temperature gauge sending unit...

  • Page 128

    Locate the blower motor relay. On there should be at least 10 volts with the mode remove the heater/air conditioning control Mazda models, the blower relay is located at switch in any position other than Off and the panel. On Probe models, disconnect the the right front corner of the engine compart­...

  • Page 129

    | 61042-3-10.1 Ob HAYNES! Disconnect the negative battery cable. Caution: If the stereo in your vehicle is 10.10b Blower speed switch tests - Mazda models (with pushbuttons) - there should be equipped with an anti-theft system, make NO voltage in these tests sure you have the correct activation code before disconnecting the battery.

  • Page 130

    12.7 Push the temperature door lever (A) down, then tighten the electrical connectors (A), the temperature control cable (B) and the vacuum connector (C) - Probe model shown, Mazda models clamp (B) on the cable have no cable or vacuum harness 12.8a Voltage checks fo r the Mazda 10-pin connector...

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    . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 3-11 Chapter 3 Cooling, heating and air conditioning systems 12.8b Voltage checks for the Mazda 14-pin connector VOLTAGE CONTROL POSITION TERMINAL DEF switch ON...

  • Page 132

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 3 Cooling, heating and air conditioning systems 13.6b . . . and the heater case lower nut (arrow) 13.7a Remove the four bolts (arrows) retaining the core cover... under the dashboard.

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 3 Cooling, heating and air conditioning systems 3-13 14.9a Typical refrigerant recharging kit 14.9b Connect the hose to the service 14.12 Bridge the pressure-switch for R-134a systems valve on the refrigerant line or connector terminals (arrow) with a jumper...

  • Page 134

    (see illustration). There should be bat­ Note: On 1993 through 1995 Mazda models, engaging by disconnecting the wiring con­ tery power at both terminals. Connect termi­...

  • Page 135

    On 1998 and connector (A) at the fter Mazda models and all Probe models, it ’s compressor, then •ccafec/ near the right-rear corner of the remove the engine compartment.

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    Warning 1: The models covered by this man­ On Mazda models, refer to Chapter 1 1 tor from damage, tilt the condenser back and ual are equipped with Supplemental Restraint and remove the glove compartment and the remove it from the vehicle.

  • Page 137

    The expansion orifice tube is used on all Remove the screws and separate the sor oil to the fitting nuts. Tighten the evapora­ Probe models and on 199Q and later Mazda two halves of the evaporator case, then tor cooling unit inlet and outlet fittings models .

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 3-18 Chapter 3 Cooling, heating and air conditioning systems carefully remove the orifice tube, noting the b) Neither screen is tom sure to insert the expansion tube with the direction it faces in the refrigerant line.

  • Page 139

    Fuel p re s s u re Ford Probe m odels Key on, engine off.................. 35 to 40 psi Engine running..................30 to 45 psi Mazda m odels Engine running, pressure regulator vacuum hose attached Four-cylinder..................30 to 38 psi V6...................... 30 to 36 psi Engine running, pressure regulator vacuum hose disconnected Four-cylinder..............

  • Page 140: Exhaust System

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c om Chapter 4 Fuel and exhaust systems Sequential Fuel Injection (SFI) required into the intake ports (see illustra­ General inform a tio n tions). The throttle body serves only to con­ system trol the amount of air passing into the system.

  • Page 141: General Checks

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 4 Fuel and exhaust systems 4 -3 3.4 This aftermarket fuel pressure testing kit contains all the 3.2 On Probes, check the inertia switch (arrow) necessary fittings and adapters, along with the fuel pressure if the fuel pump won’t run gauge, to test most automotive fuel systems...

  • Page 142: W Iring Diagram S

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 4 Fuel and exhaust systems ■ . Y .v ' • 3.8 Make sure there’s vacuum to the fuel pressure regulator 3.11 Jump the fuel pump test terminals with a short wire the pressure drops, repair the vacuum source pump works.

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 4 Fuel and exhaust systems Detach the cable from the negative bat­ with O-rings. Any time the fittings are loos­ tery terminal. Caution: If the stereo in your ened to service or replace components: vehicle is equipped with an anti-theft system, a) Use a back-up wrench while loosening...

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    105 ohms. With the fuel tank completely full, the resistance should be low; approximately 3 to 6 ohms (Mazda) or 7 ohms (Ford). If the readings are incorrect, replace the sending unit. Replacement Refer to illustrations 6.9 and 6.10...

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 4 Fuel and exhaust systems 7.11 Remove the bolts (arrows) to detach the fuel pump 9.6 Remove the bolts (arrows) from the air cleaner housing mounting straps duct and fresh air tube from the air cleaner crank, then detach the cable from the bell-...

  • Page 146: W Iring Diagram S

    w w w . m a zd a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 4 Fuel and exhaust systems d) After you have adjusted the throttle etc.) and adjusts the idle according to the cable, have an assistant help you verify demands of the engine and driver.

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 4 Fuel and exhaust systems 4 -9 12.9 On V6 models, disconnect the fuel injector harness electrical 12.10a Measure injector resistance between the injector terminals (V6 shown) connectors and measure the resistance of each injector between terminal A and each of the other terminals in turn (right bank) and...

  • Page 148

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 4-10 Chapter 4 Fuel and exhaust systems regulator mounting bolts (four-cylinder engine) to the torque listed in this Chapter's Specifications. Check for fuel leaks after installing the pressure regulator.

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 4 Fuel and exhaust systems 4-11 off the old components with a hacksaw. If you have compressed air, special pneumatic cutting chisels can also be used. If you do decide to tackle the job at home, be sure to wear safety goggles to protect your eyes from metal chips and work gloves to protect...

  • Page 150

    Distributor, integral coil and ICM 1996 and 1997 Probe Four-cylinder................Distributor, separate coil, ICM integral with PCM V6....................Distributor, integral coil and ICM 1996 and 1997 Mazda Four-cylinder Automatic................Distributor, separate coil and ICM Manual..................Distributor, integral coil and ICM V6 (all)..................

  • Page 151: Battery - Check And Replacement

    1994 Mazda (separate coil) Primary resistance............... 0.4 to 0.73 ohms Secondary resistance..............8.7 to 11.5 K-ohms 1995 through 1997 Mazda (integral coil) Primary resistance..............0.4 to 0.73 ohms Secondary resistance..............20 to 31 K-ohms 1995 through 1997 Mazda (separate coil) Primary resistance..............

  • Page 152

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 5 Engine electrical systems probe to the positive terminal of the battery. The battery voltage should be 11.5 to 12.5 volts or slightly above. If the battery is less than the specified voltage, charge the battery before proceeding to the next test.

  • Page 153

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 5 -4 Chapter 5 Engine electrical systems 3.8 Remove the bolts and lift out the battery tray 4.4a Removing the cable from a battery post with a wrench - always remove the negative cable first and hook it up lastl 4.4b Detach any battery cable ties or retaining clips (arrow) 4.4c The negative battery cable is fastened to this bracket in the...

  • Page 154

    ww w . m a z d a - m x 6 .com Chapter 5 Engine electrical systems 6.2 To use a calibrated ignition tester, simply disconnect a spark plug wire, connect it to the tester, clip the tester to a convenient ground and operate the starter - if there is enough power to fire the plug, sparks will be visible between the electrode tip and the 4.4f .

  • Page 155: Ignition Coil - Check And Replacement

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 .com Chapter 5 Engine electrical systems tion of the spring and carbon button inside Distributorless ignition system the distributor cap for burn marks or damage. Check spark at each of the plugs as Replace the cap if necessary.

  • Page 156: Ignition Control Module (icm) - Check And Replacement

    w w w . n i a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 5 Engine electrical systems If you're working on a vehicle with the Disconnect the plug wires and primary con­ Replacement ignition coil mounted inside the distributor, nector from the coil.

  • Page 157

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 5 Engine electrical systems 9.5a Make a mark on the distributor body directly underneath 9.5b Mark the position of the distributor body in relation to the the rotor tip cylinder head (arrows) using white paint illustration) and in line with it.

  • Page 158

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m C h a p te r 5 Engine e le c tric a l system s 12.5a On four-cylinder engines, loosen 12.5b . . . then loosen the pivot bolt at 11.1 Disconnect the 2-pin harness the lock bolt and adjusting bolt located the bottom (arrows)

  • Page 159: Starter Motor And Circuit - Check

    5-10 Chapter 5 Engine electrical systems circuit, do not immediately assume that the correct voltage signal from the ignition replacement unit. Make sure the new/rebuilt switch. Install a voltmeter to the starter unit looks identical to the old alternator. Look starter is causing the problem.

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    w w w . n i a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 5 Engine electrical systems 5-11 15.7a Starter motor mounting bolts (arrows) 15.7b Starter motor mounting bolts (four-cylinder engine) (V6 engine with automatic transaxie) jumper cable from the positive terminal (+) on Four-cylinder engines the starter.

  • Page 161

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 6 Emissions and engine control systems C ontents Section Section Mass Airflow (MAF) sensor - check and replacement....Brake On/Off (BOO) switch - check and replacement....On Board Diagnostic (OBD) system and trouble codes....

  • Page 162

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 6 Emissions and engine control systems 1.1b Typical emission and engine control system components -1993 V6 model Crankshaft position sensor no. 2 (next Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) Variable Resonance Induction System Idle Air Control (IAC) valve...

  • Page 163

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 .co m Chapter 6 Emissions and engine control systems 2.2 Scanners like the Actron Scantool and the AutoXray XP240 are powerful diagnostic aids - programmed with comprehensive diagnostic information, they can tell you just about anything you...

  • Page 164

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 6 Emissions and engine control systems OBD-I tro u b le co d e s (tw o -d ig it codes) Circuit or system Trouble code Crankshaft Position (CKP) sensor or circuit Camshaft position (CMP) sensor or circuit...

  • Page 165

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 6 Emissions and engine control systems Trouble code Circuit or system Dynamic response test A/C sensor or circuit Pressure regulator solenoid valve or circuit A/C relay or circuit Cooling fan relay (high speed) or circuit Cooling fan relay (low speed) or circuit...

  • Page 166

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 6 Emissions and engine control systems scribed method for that particular scan tool. If This will erase stored operating parameters Clearing OBD-II codes necessary, have the codes cleared by a from the KAM (Keep Alive Memory) and 18 To clear the codes from the PCM mem­...

  • Page 167

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 6 Emissions and engine control systems Trouble code Circuit or system Power Steering Pressure (PSP) switch or circuit fault P0552, P0553 ECM Keep Alive Memory test error P0603 ECM Read Only Memory test error P0605...

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    w w w .m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 6 Emissions and engine control systems 4-PIN SENSOR 3-PIN SENSOR ,NO T USEDv 5.3a The MAF sensor (arrow) is located in the air intake tract (this 5.3b Here’s MAF sensor on a 1998 and later four-cylinder engine is a V6 engine, 1997 and earlier) Installation is the reverse of the removal...

  • Page 170

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 6 Emissions and engine control systems 6-10 nal. Caution: If the stereo in your vehicle is Installation is the reverse of removal. Check the coolant level, adding if necessary to equipped with an anti-theft system, make bring to the appropriate level (see Chapter 1).

  • Page 171

    If not. repair the circuits. Remove the distributor from the engine and reconnect the larger of the two electrical CRANKSHAFT-MOUNTED 1998 MAZDA connectors. Warning: Don’t connect the CKP SENSOR CMP SENSOR three-pin connector, as this would cause the coil to generate sparks when the test described in the next Step is performed.

  • Page 172

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 6 Emissions and engine control systems 6-12 when it is below its normal operating temper­ Replacement ature of about 600-degrees F. During this ini­ If you’re working on a V6 model, raise tial period before warm-up, the PCM oper­...

  • Page 173

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 6-13 Chapter 6 Emissions and engine control systems loop). If the oxygen sensor fails to reach the 12 Knock sensor - check and closed loop mode or there is a very long replacement period of time until it does switch into closed...

  • Page 174

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 6-14 Chapter 6 Emissions and engine control systems 14.2a Location of the IAC valve (arrow) - 13.2 Location of the vehicle speed sensor 14.2b Location of the IAC valve (arrow) (arrow) - typical four-cylinder models...

  • Page 175: Solenoid Valves

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 6 Emissions and engine control systems 6-15 15.2b . . . and the other one is hidden behind the throttle body 15.7a Detach the solenoids and lift them out for access (not visible in this photo) PCV Valve Blow-by Gas...

  • Page 176

    w w w .m azd a-m x 6 .co m Chapter 6 Emissions and engine control systems 6-16 17.4 Apply vacuum to the EGR valve; the engine should run roughly or stall 17.3 EGR lift sensor connector should be approximately 22 ohms. If not, gases and is then rerouted through a PCV replace the EGR valve.

  • Page 177

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 6-17 Chapter 6 Emissions and engine control systems Check for vacuum back to the intake mani­ the brake light bulbs. Replace any burned- valve to get to the canister.

  • Page 178

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 .coin Chapter 6 Emissions and engine control systems 6-18 20.5a Spray penetrating lubricant onto the threads of the rear 20.5b Forward catalytic converter flange nuts (arrows) mounting bolts (arrows) of the catalytic converter b) Warm the engine to operating tempera­...

  • Page 179

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 7A-1 Chapter 7 Part A Manual transaxle Contents Section Section Manual transaxle lubricant change.........See Chapter 1 Back-up light switch - check and replacement......Driveaxle oil seals - replacement.........

  • Page 180: Shift Lever

    7A-2 C h a j» Y - T O t1 "MgrfiBfftransaxle 1.1 An underside view of the manual transaxle and related components Transaxle cradle Splash shield Transaxle Crossmember General inform ation Refer to illustration 1.1 The models covered by this manual are equipped with either a five-speed manual transaxle (see illustration) or an automatic transaxle.

  • Page 181

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 7 Part A Manual transaxie 7A -3 2.11 Remove the screws that retain the 2.5 Remove the sound deadening 2.7 Remove the upper ball seat heat shield to the underside of the material, if equipped console area...

  • Page 182

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 7A -4 Chapter 7 Part A Manual transaxle 4.15 On four-cylinder engines, remove the bolts (A) that secure 3.4 The back-up light switch (arrow) is threaded into the the intake manifold brace to the engine block - the other two transaxte housing bolts (B) are for the starter access bracket...

  • Page 183

    w w w . m a z d a - n i x 6 . c o m Chapter 7 Part A Manual transaxie 7A -5 ■ ■ - ■ 4.19b Tape the sockets into place to ensure they do not fall out 4.20 Remove the transaxie crossmember from the vehicle while the transaxie is being handled 4.24 Remove the bolts (arrows) and detach the clutch...

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    w w w.m azd a-mx6.com 7A-6 Chapter 7 Part A Manual transaxle 4.41a Transaxle-to-engine bolt designations for the 4.41b Transaxle-to-engine bolt designations for the V6 engines four-cylinder engines cult for the do-it-yourselfer. Not only must Connect the control arm to the s steer­ Check the clutch operation and bleed the hydraulic system, if necessary (see Chap­...

  • Page 185: Automatic Transaxle

    w w w .m a zd a -m x6 .com 7B-1 Chapter 7 Part B Automatic transaxle Contents Section Section Shift cable - removal, installation and adjustment......Automatic transaxle fluid and filter change....See Chapter 1 Shift interlock system - description, Automatic transaxle - removal and installation......

  • Page 186

    Ford expense, even if the repair work is done by a Check the fluid level as described in 4EAT is the Mazda GF4A-EL and the Ford transmission shop (but be sure a proper diag­ Chapter 1: CD4E is the Mazda LA4A-EL.

  • Page 187

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 7B -3 Chapter 7 Part B Autom atic transaxie 3.3 Disconnect the Park Range switch connector (C), the Shift Lock Actuator connector (B) and the Emergency Override Key 3.2 Remove the shift position indicator mounting screws (arrows) Switch (A) and lift the indicator from the shift lever base assembly...

  • Page 188

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 7B-4 Chapter 7 Part B Autom atic transaxle 3.7 Remove the shift lever mounting nuts (arrows) 4.4 Use a screwdriver to pry the shift cable from the selector lever Disconnect the shift lock cable from the shift lever assembly (see Section 5)- Loosen...

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    w vv vv .m a /da - n i x 6 . c o m • 7B -8 Chapter 7 Part B Autom atic transaxle Depress the shift selector and position the lever into REVERSE and then the other selections. Continuity should not exist. Make sure the shift lock releases when the lever is pushed and locks when the lever is released.

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 7B-7 Chapter 7 Part B Autom atic transaxle SWITCH POSITION CONTINUITY BETWEEN SWITCH POSITION CONTINUITY BETWEEN 1 and 7 (3770 to 4607 ohms) Park 8 and 2 Park...

  • Page 192

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 .com 7 B -8 Chapter 7 Part B Autom atic transaxie 8.9 Install an engine support brace across the 8.10 Remove the upper transaxle-to-engine bolts (arrows) engine compartment (V6 engine shown) 8.23 Remove the transaxie cradle mounting nuts and bolts 8.20 Remove the crossmember mounting bolts (arrows)

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    w w w . m a z d a - n n x 6 . c o i n Chapter 7 Part B Autom atic transaxle 7B-9 8.32a Transaxle mounting bolt locations for the 1993 four- 8.32b Transaxle mounting bolt locations for the 1993 and later V6 cylinder engine with the 4EAT/GF4A-EL transaxle engine with the 4EAT/GF4A-EL transaxle marks on the transaxle cradle and chassis...

  • Page 194

    w w w . n i a z d a - m x 6 . c o i n Chapter 8 Clutch and driveaxles Contents Section Section Clutch components - removal, inspection and installation... Driveaxles - general information and inspection......Clutch - description and check..........

  • Page 195

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 8 Clutch and driveaxles started. Make sure the pushrod is seated in the release fork pocket. Connect the hydraulic line fitting to the release cylinder, using your fingers only at this time (since the cylinder is still a bit loose, 5.5 When bleeding the...

  • Page 196

    ww w. ma d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 8 Clutch and driveaxles 6.5 Mark the relationship of the pressure plate to the flywheel (if 6i6 Remove the pressure plate bolts (arrows) gradually you’re planning to re-use the old pressure plate) and evenly in a criss-cross pattern To support the clutch disc during checking,...

  • Page 197

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 .com Chapter 8 Clutch and driveaxles NORMAL FINGER WEAR EXCESSIVE FINGER WEAR BROKEN OR BENT FINGERS 6.11 a Replace the pressure plate if excessive wear or damage are noted 6.11 b Inspect the pressure plate surface for excessive score 6.13 A small slide hammer is handy for removing a pilot bearing marks, cracks and signs of overheating...

  • Page 198

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 .com 8 -6 Chapter 8 Clutch and driveaxles 7.3 Reach behind the release lever and disengage the lever from the ball stud by 7.4 To check the bearing, hold it by the 7.6 Apply a light coat of high-temperature outer race and rotate the inner race while grease to the bearing surface of the...

  • Page 199

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 8 Clutch and driveaxles Pedal Height Freeplay Adjust Point Adjust Point 8.2 Loosen the locknut (A) then turn 8.4 Clutch pedal freeplay is the distance the adjusting bolt (B) to achieve the from the natural resting point of the pedal 161042-6-6.1 HAYNESl...

  • Page 200

    Chapter 8 Clutch and driveaxles 8 -8 11.1 Use a center punch to unstake the driveaxle/hub nut (wheel 11.2 Loosen the driveaxle/hub nut with a long breaker bar - removed for clarity) depending on the design of the wheel, it will be necessary to install the spare wheel and tire to access the hub nut CV joints, besides lubricant leaks, is a click­...

  • Page 201

    w w w .m a z d a -m x 6 .c o m Chapter 8 Clutch and driveaxles 11.6 Swing the hub/knuckle out (away from the vehicle) 11.8 Use a large screwdriver or a prybar to pop the inner CV joint and pull the driveaxle from the hub of the left driveaxle from the left side of the transaxie torque listed in this Chapter’s Specifications*...

  • Page 202

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 8-10 Chapter 8 Clutch and driveaxles 11.10a and 11.10b) and seat the inner CV joint onto the intermediate shaft splines. Connect the lower control arm balljoint to the steering knuckle and tighten the pinch bolt to the torque listed in Chapter 10 Specifi­...

  • Page 203

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 8 Clutch and driveaxles 8-11 13.10 Wrap the splined area of the axleshaft with tape to prevent 13.7 Drive the tri-pot joint from the axleshaft with a brass punch and hammer - make sure you don’t damage the bearing damage to the boot(s) when installing it surfaces or the splines on the shaft...

  • Page 204

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 8-12 Chapter 8 Clutch and driveaxles 13.15c To install band-type clamps you’ll need a special tool; 13.15d . . . then bend the end of the clamp back over the install the band with its end pointing in the direction of axle clip and cut off the excess rotation and tighten it securely, then pivot the tool up 90-degrees...

  • Page 205

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 8-13 Chapter 8 Clutch and driveaxles and races for pitting, score marks, cracks Ball-and-cage typ e and other signs of wear and damage (see Disassembly illustrations).

  • Page 206

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 8 -14 C h ap ter 8 C lu tch and driveaxles Equalize the pressure in the boot by inserting a dull screwdriver between the boot 13.39 After the old and the outer race (see illustration 13.13).

  • Page 207

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 9 Brakes Contents Section Section Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) - general information Brake pedal height and freeplay - adjustment......and trouble codes..............Disc brake pads - replacement............

  • Page 208

    w w w .m a z d a -m x 6 .c om Chapter 9 Brakes T o rq u e s p e c ific a tio n s Ft-ibs (unless otherwise indicated) General Brake hose-to-caliper banjo bolt (front or rear)..........16 to 22 Master cylinder mounting nuts..............

  • Page 209

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 9 Brakes 2.2a Location of the ABS control module 2.2b The hydraulic actuator {arrow) is 2.3a Location of the front ABS wheel (arrow) under the left side of the located below the master cylinder speed sensor (arrow)

  • Page 210

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o n i 9 -4 Chapter 9 Brakes ABS T ro u b le C odes Code Probable cause Right front wheel sensor (open/short to body ground or short to power) Left front wheel sensor (open/short to body ground or short to power) Right rear wheel sensor (open/short to body ground or short to power) Left rear wheel sensor (open/short to body ground or short to power)

  • Page 211

    w w w . n i a z d a - m x 6 . c o m C h ap ter 9 B rakes 5 P 8 S I 3.6b Remove the caliper mounting bolt (lower arrow; upper arrow 3.6c Swing the caliper up .

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 .com 9 -6 C h ap ter 9 Brakes 3.6i The pad retainer clips should fit 3.6j Apply anti-squeal compound to the 3.6k Install the new inner pad and shim(s); snugly in the caliper mounting bracket;...

  • Page 213

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 .com C h ap ter 9 Brakes fo /y /y A 3.7a Remove the clip from the parking brake cable 3.7b Loosen the parking brake cable adjusting nut 3.7c Detach the parking brake cable from 3.7d Remove the access b o lt.

  • Page 214

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m C h a p te r 9 Brakes 3.7i Remove the outer pad and shim 3.7j Remove the inner pad and shim 3.7k Remove the brake pad retainers from the mounting bracket fications.

  • Page 215

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 9 Brakes 5.3 The brake pads on this vehicle were 5.4a Make sure the disc retaining screws obviously neglected, as they wore down or lug nuts are tight, then rotate the disc 5.4b Using a swirling motion, remove to the rivets;...

  • Page 216

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 9-10 C h ap ter 9 Brakes 5.7a If the disc retaining screws are stuck, use an impact 5.7b If the disc is stuck, thread two bolts into the disc and tighten screwdriver to loosen them them to force the disc off the hub to hold the disc in place, or the two disc...

  • Page 217

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 9-11 C h ap ter 9 Brakes 6.4b Before removing anything, clean the brake assembly with 6.4c Push down on the hold-down spring, then turn the pin to it to dry - position a drain pan under the align its blade with the slot - DO NOT USE...

  • Page 218

    \v\v\v m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 9 -12 Chapter 9 Brakes 6.4i Remove the hold-down pins from 6.4j Detach the parking brake cable from 6.4k Lubricate the brake shoe contact the backing plate the lever on the trailing shoe areas on the backing plate with high-temperature grease...

  • Page 219

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 9 Brakes 9-13 6.4r Install the hold-down clip onto the 6.4s Connect the lower return spring to hold-down pin the trailing shoe 6.4t Place the leading shoe in position, connect the lower return 6.4u Connect the upper return spring to the leading brake shoe spring, then install the hold-down clip...

  • Page 220

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 9-14 Chapter 9 Brakes 7.4 Unscrew the brake line fitting (arrow), then remove the two 8.6 Use a flare-nut wrench to unscrew the threaded fittings at the wheel cylinder bolts master cylinder - a regular wrench can round off the corners Unscrew the brake line fitting (see illus­...

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    w w w .m a zd a-m x 6 .co m Chapter 9 Brakes 9-15 9.4b . . . then remove the clip and slide 9.5 Always install new sealing washers on 9.4a Use a flare-nut wrench to loosen the the hose out of the bracket either side of the banjo fitting brake line-to-hose fitting .

  • Page 222

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 9 Brakes 9-16 10.8 When bleeding the brakes, a hose is connected to the bleed screw at the caliper or wheel cylinder and then submerged in 11.10 The power brake booster is secured to the firewall with brake fluid - air will be seen as bubbles in the tube and container four nuts (arrows)

  • Page 223

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o n i Chapter 9 Brakes 9-17 11.13a Measure the distance the pushrod is recessed into the 11.13b Measure the distance from the mounting flange to the end brake booster at the master cylinder mounting surface of the master cylinder - this is distance “...

  • Page 224

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 9 -18 Chapter 9 Brakes 12.4 Brake pedal freeplay is the amount of brake pedal travel 13.3 Location of the parking brake cable adjusting nut on a Ford before the master cylinder is actuated Probe equipped with an automatic transaxle it begins to have any effect on the brake sys­...

  • Page 225

    w w w . m a z d a - mx 6 . c o m Chapter 9 Brakes 9 -19 14.5 Remove the cable clamp bolts (arrows) and remove the 15.2 Use an ohmmeter to check the brake fluid level switch - with parking brake cable the float in the UP position, there should be no continuity then remove the cable from the vehicle (see...

  • Page 226

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 10-1 Chapter 10 Suspension and steering systems Contents Section Section Balljoints - replacement.............. Steering column - removal and installation........ Control arm - removal, inspection and installation..... Steering gear boots - replacement........

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 10-2 C h ap ter 10 S uspension and steering system s T o rq u e s p e c ific a tio n s Ft-lbs (unless otherwise indicated) Rear suspension (continued) Strut/coil spring assembly...

  • Page 228

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m C h a p te r 10 Suspension and steering system s 1 0 -3 1.2a Rear suspension components (bottom view) S trut/coil spring assembly Knuckle Front lateral arm Stabilizer bar...

  • Page 229

    w w w .m a zd a-m x 6 .co m 10-4 Chapter 10 Suspension and steering systems bly, on the subframe. The steering gear actu­ ates the tie-rods, which are attached to the steering knuckles. The inner ends of the tie- rods are protected by rubber boots which should be inspected periodically for secure attachment, tears and leaking lubricant.

  • Page 230

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 10-5 C h ap ter 10 S uspension and ste e rin g system s Install the spring compressor 3.4 Remove the damper shaft nut 3.5 Lift the suspension support off the damper shaft according to the tool manufacturer’s...

  • Page 231

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 10-6 C h ap ter 10 S uspension and steering system s 4.2 Use a breaker bar and socket to loosen the driveaxle/hub nut - install the spare tire onto the hub if the nut is not accessible 4.1 Unstake the driveaxle/hub nut using a chisel and hammer through the wheel...

  • Page 232

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 .com 10-7 C h ap ter 10 S uspension and ste e rin g system s 6.7 To disconnect the stabilizer link from the stabilizer bar, remove the nut indicated by the upper arrow; to disconnect the link from the control arm, remove the nut that attaches the link to the control arm (lower arrow) ues listed in this C h a p te r’s S p e cifica tio n s.

  • Page 233

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 10-8 Chapter 10 Suspension and steering systems 7.6 Remove the rear pivot bushing 9.2 To disconnect the strut from the rear 9.6 Remove the strut upper mounting bolts (arrows) knuckle, remove the brake hose clip (A), nuts (arrows)

  • Page 234

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 .com 10-9 C h a p te r 10 S uspension and steering system s 12.2 If you’re just removing the stabilizer bar, remove the nut that 10.6 Once the brake assembly has been detached from the knuckle, the knuckle can be removed by removing the bolts and attaches it to the link (A);...

  • Page 235

    w w w . i n a z d a - m x 6 . c o i n 1 0 -1 0 C h a p te r 10 S uspension and ste e rin g system s 13.12 Mark the relationship of the toe 13.17 Remove the bolt that attaches the 13.18 To disconnect the forward end of adjusting cams to the...

  • Page 236

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 .com 10-11 C h a p te r 10 S uspension and steering system s 14.7 Use a steering wheel puller to separate the steering wheel 14.6 After the steering wheel retaining nut has been removed, from the steering shaft mark the relationship of the steering wheel to the steering shaft (arrow)

  • Page 237

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 .c o m 1 0 -1 2 C h ap ter 10 S uspension and steering system s 15.3 Disconnect the clockspring ground wire screw 15.2 Remove the clockspring mounting screws (arrows) «...

  • Page 238

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 .com 10-13 C h ap ter 10 Suspension and steering system s 16.2 Loosen the jam nut, then mark the position of the tie-rod 16.3 Remove the cotter pin end in relation to the threads 16.4 Loosen, but don’t remove, the tie-rod end ballstud nut and 17.3a The outer end of each steering gear boot is secured by a...

  • Page 239

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 .com 10-14 C hapter 10 S uspension and ste e rin g system s 18.9 Disconnect the power steering pressure (arrow) and return 18.16 To remove the steering gear assembly, remove the line fittings from the steering gear (return line retaining nuts, bolts and clamps (arrows) not visible)

  • Page 240

    W w w . m a z d a - m x 6 .com C hapter 10 S uspension and steering system s 1 0 -1 5 19.6 Remove the power steering fluid supply line (A) and the high 19.10 Remove the power steering fluid supply line (A) and the pressure line (B) from the power steering pump (four-cylinder high pressure line (B) from the power steering pump (B) (V6 engine shown)

  • Page 241

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 .com 10-16 C h a p te r 10 S uspension and ste e rin g system s METRIC TIRE SIZES TIRE TYPE RIM DIAMETER P-PASSENGER (INCHES) ASPECT RATIO T-TEMPORARY (SECTION HEIGHT)

  • Page 242

    w w w . i n a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 10-17 Chapter 10 Suspension and steering systems effect on handling and wear, the pressure on cated and expensive machines are necessary With the front wheels in the straight all tires should be checked at least once a to perform the job properly.

  • Page 243

    Door latch, lock cylinder and handle - removal and installation ..removal and installation............Door - removal, installation and adjustment........16 Trunk lid latch and lock cylinder (Mazda 626 and MX-6) - Door trim panels - removal and installation........15 removal and installation............

  • Page 244

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 11-2 Chapter 11 Body the road should be removed with a cloth After cleaning, regularly treat leather material at the edge. soaked In kerosene. Scented lamp oil is avail­ upholstery with a leather conditioner, rubbed Remove all of the paint film over and able in most hardware stores and the smell is...

  • Page 245

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 11 Body 11-3 R epair o f dents Before filling is done, block the hole in area is confined to one body panel, mask off some way.

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    ----------------------------------------------------------------- w 'w w r m a ^ - d - a - iT ix ^ T ^ in -------------------------------------------------------------------------- These photos illu stra te a m ethod o f repairing sim ple dents. They are intended to supplem ent Body repair - m inor damage in this Chapter and should not be used as the sole instructions fo r body repair on these vehicles.

  • Page 247

    w w w . m a z d a - m x6. com Let the filler harden until you can just dent it with your Use coarse-grit sandpaper and a sanding board or block to fingernail. Use a body file or Surform tool (shown here) to rough work the filler down until it’s smooth and even.

  • Page 248

    Tighten the hinge bolts and systems (SRS), more commonly known as carefully lower the hood to check the posi­ airbags. Always disconnect the negative bat­ Radiator grille (Mazda 626 tion. tery cable, then the positive battery cable and models) - replacem ent If necessary after installation, the entire wait three minutes before working in the vicin­...

  • Page 249: Front Bumper

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 11 Body 11-7 11.2a Pry the cable clip off, then . . . 11.2b . . . detach the cable end with a 11.7 Loosen the cable handle retaining small screwdriver nut (arrow)

  • Page 250: Rear Bumper

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 .com 11-8 Chapter 11 Body 12.4a Remove the wheel well and bumper cover 12.4b Remove the bumper cover bolts on both sides (arrows) retaining screws (arrows) and detach the bumper cover Detach the screws securing the fender­...

  • Page 251

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 .com Chapter 11 Body 11-9 12.10 Inside the rear compartment, remove the bumper cover 12.11 Remove the rear bumper retaining nuts (arrows) and bolt (arrow) on each side detach the bumper/cover assembly jackstands and remove the front wheel.

  • Page 252

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 .co m 11-10 Chapter 11 Body 14.1 Remove the nuts and detach the 14.2 Detach the plastic covers for access 15.1 On models equipped with a manual wiper arms to the cowl cover retainers window regulator, remove the window...

  • Page 253: Door Latch

    w w w . m a z d a - m x6. c om Chapter 11 Body 11-11 and down on the door without lifting the body. If a door has 1/16-inch or more exces­ sive play, the hinges should be replaced. Door-to-body alignment adjustments are made by loosening the hinge-to-body bolts or hinge-to-door bolts and moving the...

  • Page 254

    (Ford Probe shown, Mazda models similar) 17.8c . . . detach the rubber plug and work through the access 17.8b On Mazda models, work through the opening to remove hole to remove the other nut one outside door handle nut (arrow), then . . .

  • Page 255: Outside Mirrors

    w w w . ma z d a - mx 6 . c o m Chapter 11 Body 11-13 Place a rag over the glass to help pre­ 20 M irrors - removal and installation vent scratching the glass and remove the two inner retaining bolts (see Illustration).

  • Page 256

    . . . Attach a piece of thin wire to the end of 21 Trunk lid (Mazda 626 and MX-6 22 Trunk lid latch and lock cylinder the cable. models) - removal, installation...

  • Page 257

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6. c o m Chapter 11 Body 11-15 24.5 Remove the retaining nuts (arrows) 25.1 Remove the screws and clips 25.3 Remove the liftgate latch retaining on each side of the liftgate (arrows) and detach the trim panels for bolts (arrows), then detach the actuating access to the latch and lock cylinder...

  • Page 258

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 11-16 Chapter 11 Body 27.4 Detach the parking brake handle 27.2 With a tool like this one or a taped 27.3 Detach the manual shift lever/boot bezel and lift it up over the brake handle assembly and remove the shift knob screwdriver, pry out the shift bezel...

  • Page 259: Glove Box

    28.5a Remove the screws (arrows) at the top . . . (Ford Probe models) - steering wheel shown removed for clarity 28.5b . . . and bottom (arrows) of the cluster bezel (Mazda) 28.9 Remove the screws (arrows) and detach the knee bolster...

  • Page 260

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 11-18 Chapter 11 Body 28.15 Remove the glove box hinge screws (arrows) 29.2 Remove the screws (arrows) at the lower column cover, then remove the upper and lower covers use electrical test equipment on any o f the Remove the screws and remove the...

  • Page 261: Front Seat

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 11 Body 11-19 31.2a Remove the rear retaining nuts/bolts for 31.2b Remove the front seat track retaining bolts (arrows) the front seats (arrows) mark the connectors with masking tape and a marking pen before disconnecting them.

  • Page 262

    Chapter 12 Chassis electrical system C ontents Section Section Airbag system - general information..........Headlight bulb - replacement............Antenna - general information and check........Horn - check and replacement............ Bulb replacement................. Ignition switch and key lock cylinder - check and replacement..Circuit breakers - general information..........

  • Page 263

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 12-2 Chapter 12 Chassis electrical system test leads can also be used), a continuity tester, which includes a bulb, battery and set of test leads, and a jumper wire, preferably with a circuit breaker incorporated, which can be used to bypass electrical components.

  • Page 264

    w w w. m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 12 Chassis electrical system 12-3 Good 3.1b The power distribution box is located in the engine 3.3 The fuses can easily be checked visually to see if they are compartment adjacent to the battery - it contains cartridge type blown (the fuse on the left is blown) fusible links, miniaturized fuses, and relays...

  • Page 265

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 12-4 Chapter 12 Chassis electrical system cal, so, If the relay doesn’t click, try swapping "I i 16 the jumper wires on the control circuit termi­ ..

  • Page 266

    w w w . m a zd a -m x6 .com Chapter 12 Chassis electrical system 12-5 SWITCH POSITION CONTINUITY BETWEEN Off (park) 3 and 5 Low speed 3 and 6 High speed 4 and 6 Mist 4 and 6 Washer 1 and 6 | 61042-12-7.3C H A Y N E S ]...

  • Page 267: Hazard Warning Switch

    Remove the steering column lock voltage. If so, backprobe the terminals for the assembly from the steering column. green/yellow (Probe) or gray (Mazda) wire with Mount the lock assembly in a vise and a 12-volt test light connected to a good chas­...

  • Page 268

    □ □ □ □ wiper/washer switches and are all mounted on the instrument panel bezel on Mazda I 61042-12-9.9q HAYNES I models. On Probe models, the switches are mounted on the center dashboard trim panel 9.9g Headlight retractor switch terminal...

  • Page 269

    From behind the headlight assembly, assembly and one from the front. On Mazda front end body work is performed. It should disconnect the electrical connector, then pull...

  • Page 270

    Chapter 12 Chassis electrical system 12-11 16.3 On Mazda models with separate front combination lights, remove the single bolt on top of the headlight housing holding the 16.9a Remove the two nuts (arrows) at the rear (shown with the combination light, then remove the outer headlight bolts (arrows) headlight down for clarity, headlight should be up), then .

  • Page 271: Exterior Lights

    12-12 C hapter 12 C hassis e le c tric a l system 18.2a On Probe models, twist and remove 18.2b On Mazda models with a separate the front turn signal (A) and parking light combination light housing, remove the 18.6a Remove the screw on Probe...

  • Page 272: Interior Lights

    Open the trunk/!iftgate. On Probe models the high-mounted brake light is mounted to the underside of the liftgate glass at the top, while on Mazda mod­ els the light is mounted on the rear package shelf. Remove the cover from the high-mount brake light to access the bulb (see illustra­...

  • Page 273

    w w w . t n a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 12-14 Chapter 12 Chassis electrical system 19.4 Wiper motor terminal identification - the motor should run at low speed with battery voltage applied to terminal C and high speed with battery voltage applied 18.18d Where trunk compartment 18.21 Twist the instrument cluster bulb...

  • Page 274

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 12 Chassis electrical system 12-15 19.10b On Probe models with rear window wipers, disconnect the electrical connector (A), then remove the motor 19.10a Remove the bolts (arrows) and remove the wiper motor mounting bolts (B) Rear w indow defogger - check...

  • Page 275

    w w w . m azd a - m x 6 . c o m 12-16 Chapter 12 Chassis electrical system 22.6 To determine if a wire has broken, 22.8 To find the break, place the 22.14 To use a defogger repair kit, apply check the voltage at the center of each voltmeter negative lead against the masking to the inside of the window at the...

  • Page 276

    (see illustration). If the conti­ 23.18 Diagnostic trouble codes for the Mazda cruise control system - codes are flashed nuity isn’t as specified, replace the switch. on the indicator light...

  • Page 277

    161042-12-24.120 HAYNES| 24.12c Main power window switch terminal identification and 24.12b Main power window switch tests - Probe models continuity table - 1997 and earlier Mazda 626 models (remove the switch and check for continuity in the various switch positions)

  • Page 278: Power Door Lock System

    I 6 1042-12 2 4 .12d H A Y N E S ] 24.12d Main power window switch terminal identification and continuity table - Mazda MX-6 models (remove the switch and check for continuity in the various switch positions) 25.9 Check for voltage at the lock solenoid while the lock switch is operated motor while the switch is operated.

  • Page 279

    . m a z d a - m x 6 .com 12-20 Chapter 12 Chassis electrical system 25.14 Replace the lithium batteries (arrows) 26.6 On Mazda 626 models, press the clips in and remove the switch (arrow) from the instrument panel bezel SWITCH CONTINUITY BETWEEN...

  • Page 280

    SRS system yourself. Even a - which contains a safing sensor, self-diagno­ (15-amp fuse number 5 in the Probe interior fuse panel, Sunroof fuse on Mazda models). If the fuse is OK, remove the control switches in the overhead interior light panel.

  • Page 281

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 .com Chapter 12 Chassis electrical system 12-22 glove box. small mistake could cause the SRS system to steering column and disconnect the electrical connector leading up the column to the Disconnect the electrical connectors malfunction when you need it.

  • Page 282

    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 12 Chassis electrical system Starting and charging system s - 1993 through 1997 m odels (1 o f 2)

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    vv w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m 12-24 Chapter 12 Chassis electrical system Starting and charging systems -1 9 9 3 through 1997 m odels (2 of 2)

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    w w w . i n a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 12 Chassis electrical system 12-27 S fN S O R rEM PCR ATU RE 5F N S 0 R Engine con tro l system - 1993 through 1995 four-cylinder m odels w ith autom atic transaxie (2 of 2)

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    w w w . m a z d a - i n x 6 . c o m Chapter 12 Chassis electrical system 12-53 HOI IN RUN AND START HOT A? ALL "1MES HOT AT ALL TIMES HOT AT ALL TIMES Exterior lighting system -1 9 9 8 and later models...

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    HOT IN RUN Power window system -1998 and later models...

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    ■ cx» < D 5 5 ' a > < Power door lock system - 1993 through 1997 models...

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m Chapter 12 Chassis electrical system 12-55 HOT IM RUM POWER WINOOW POWER WINOOW POWER WINOOW POWER WINDOW MOTOR MOTOR MOTOR MOTOR Power w indow system - 1993 through 1997 models...

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    w w w . m a z d a - m x 6 . c o m C h a p te r 12 C hassis e le c tric a l system 12-56 LINK SWITCH Keyless entry system - 1995 through 1997 m odels...

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    HOT AT A U . TIMCS HOT IN START ANO RUN Cruise control system -1998 and later models...

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