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Mazda 3 Service Manual: Antenna Feeder No.3 Removal/Installation

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4SD (With Audio Unit (With Display))

1. Disconnect the negative battery cable..

2. Remove the rain sensor cover. (Vehicles with auto light/wiper system).

3. Disconnect the rain sensor connector. (Vehicles with auto light/wiper system)

4. Partially peel back the seaming welts.

5. Remove the following parts:

a. Sunroof seaming welt (vehicles with sunroof)

b. A-pillar trim.

c. Front scuff plate.

d. Rear scuff plate.

e. B-pillar lower trim.

f. Upper anchor of the front seat belt.

g. B-pillar upper trim.

h. Rear seat cushion.

i. Tire house trim.

j. C-pillar trim.

k. Map light.

l. Sunvisor.

m. Assist handle.

n. Headliner.

6. Disconnect the antenna feeder No.5.

7. Remove the clips A and B.


8. Disconnect the antenna amplifier connector.


9. Remove the clips C, D and E

10. Disconnect the center roof antenna connector. (with SIRIUS satellite radio system)


11. Disconnect the glass antenna connector..

12. Remove the bolt.

13. Remove the clips F and G.

14. Install in the reverse order of removal.

Glass Antenna Connector Removal Note

1. Remove the connector B in the direction of the arrow (2) shown in the figure while pressing the glass antenna terminal in the direction of the arrow (1).


5HB

With audio unit (without display)

1. Disconnect the negative battery cable..

2. Remove the rain sensor cover. (Vehicles with auto light/wiper system).

3. Disconnect the rain sensor connector. (Vehicles with auto light/wiper system)

4. Partially peel back the seaming welts.

5. Remove the following parts:

a. Sunroof seaming welt (vehicles with sunroof)

b. A-pillar trim.

c. Front scuff plate.

d. Rear scuff plate.

e. B-pillar lower trim.

f. Upper anchor of the front seat belt.

g. B-pillar upper trim.

h. Rear seat cushion.

i. Tire house trim.

j. Trunk side upper trim.

k. C-pillar trim.

l. Map light.

m. Sunvisor.

n. Assist handle.

o. Headliner.

6. Disconnect the connector.


7. Remove the clips A and B.

8. Remove the antenna feeder No.3.

9. Install in the reverse order of removal.

With audio unit (with display)

1. Disconnect the negative battery cable..

2. Remove the rain sensor cover. (Vehicles with auto light/wiper system).

3. Disconnect the rain sensor connector. (Vehicles with auto light/wiper system)

4. Partially peel back the seaming welts.

5. Remove the following parts:

a. Sunroof seaming welt (vehicles with sunroof)

b. A-pillar trim.

c. Front scuff plate.

d. Rear scuff plate.

e. B-pillar lower trim.

f. Upper anchor of the front seat belt.

g. B-pillar upper trim.

h. Rear seat cushion.

i. Tire house trim.

j. Trunk side upper trim.

k. C-pillar trim.

l. Map light.

m. Sunvisor.

n. Assist handle.

o. Headliner.

p. Liftgate upper trim.

6. Disconnect the antenna feeder No.7..

7. Disconnect the antenna feeder No.5.


8. Remove the clips A, B, C, D and E.

9. Remove the bolt.

10. Disconnect the connector.


11. Remove the clips G, H, and I.

12. Remove the antenna feeder No.3.

13. Install in the reverse order of removal.

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