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Mazda 3 Service Manual: Air Bleeding

CAUTION:

NOTE:

Fluid Level Adjustment

NOTE:

1. Working with two people, one person protects the area around the sub tank using a cloth and adds fluid to the sub tank.

CAUTION:

2. The other person starts the engine and idles it.

3. Turn the steering wheel fully to the left and right slowly several times.

    Steering wheel operation speed (reference value)

  1. 90 /s

4. Inspect the fluid level and, if the fluid level has dropped, repeat Step 13 until the level is between MAX and MIN on the sub tank while idling the engine.

Power Steering Component Parts Replacement

NOTE:

1. Remove the aerodynamic undercover No.2..

2. Disconnect the return hose from the power steering pipe component.


3. Add fluid until fluid escapes from the return hose.


4. Assemble the return hose to the power steering pipe component.

5. Working with two people, one person protects the area around the sub tank using a cloth and adds fluid to the sub tank.

CAUTION:

6. The other person starts the engine and idles it.

7. Turn the steering wheel fully to the left and right slowly several times.

    Steering wheel operation speed (reference value)

  1. 90 /s

8. Inspect the fluid level and, if the fluid level has dropped, repeat Step 57 until the level is between MAX and MIN on the sub tank while idling the engine.

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