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Mazda 3 Service Manual: Clutch Master Cylinder Removal/Installation [C66 M R]

Mazda 3 Service Manual / Drivetrain / Transmission/Transaxle / Manual transmission Clutch / Clutch Master Cylinder Removal/Installation [C66 M R]

CAUTION:

1. Remove the battery cover..

2. Disconnect the negative battery cable..

3. Remove the battery component. (ex: battery, battery tray and PCM component).

4. Remove the front scuff plate (LH)..

5. Remove the front side trim (LH)..

6. Remove the upper panel..

7. Remove the shift knob..

8. Remove the shift panel..

9. Remove the side wall..

10. Remove the console..

11. Set the hood release lever out of the way..

12. Remove the lower panel. (driver-side).

13. Remove the starter cut relay. (with advanced keyless entry and push button start system).

14. Remove the BCM..

15. Remove the clutch pedal position switch..

16. Remove the starter interlock switch..

17. Remove the joint cover..

18. Disconnect the steering shaft from steering gear..

19. Disconnect the clutch pipe and hose No.1 from clutch master cylinder, and plug it to avoid clutch fluid leakage..

20. Disconnect the clutch reserve hose from clutch master cylinder, and plug it to avoid clutch fluid leakage..

21. Remove the clutch pedal installation nuts.


22. Remove the clutch master cylinder.

a. Disconnect the clutch master cylinder (rubber) from the body.

b. Rotate the clutch master cylinder in the direction of the arrow shown in the figure to disconnect the clutch master cylinder (body) and clutch pedal.


c. Disengage the tabs of the push rod and remove the master cylinder using a flathead screwdriver.


23. Install the clutch master cylinder.

a. Insert the clutch master cylinder into the installation hole of the body.

b. Insert the stud bolt into the installation hole of the clutch pedal.


c. Engage the tabs of the push rod with the clutch pedal as shown in the figure.


d. Rotate the clutch master cylinder in the direction shown until it stops.


e. Install the clutch master cylinder (rubber) to the body.

24. Connect the clutch reserve hose to clutch master cylinder..

25. Connect the clutch pipe and hose No.1 to clutch master cylinder..

26. Connect the steering shaft..

27. Install the joint cover..

28. Install the BCM..

29. Install the starter cut relay. (with advanced keyless entry and push button start system).

30. Install the lower panel. (driver-side).

31. Install the hood release lever..

32. Install the console..

33. Install the side wall..

34. Install the shift panel..

35. Install the shift knob..

36. Install the upper panel..

37. Install the front side trim (LH)..

38. Install the front scuff plate (LH)..

39. Bleed the air from the clutch system..

40. Inspect the clutch pedal..

41. Install a new starter interlock switch..

42. Install a new clutch pedal position switch..

43. Install the battery component. (ex: battery, battery tray and PCM component).

44. Connect the negative battery cable..

45. Install the battery cover..

46. Fully depress the clutch pedal, and verify that the engine starts.

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