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Mazda 3 Service Manual: Clutch Pedal Inspection [C66 M R]

NOTE:

Pedal Inspection Preparation

1. Verify that there is no malfunction in the clutch fluid level..

2. Verify that there is no clutch fluid leakage..

Pedal Height Inspection

1. Perform “Pedal Inspection Preparation”..

2. Measure the pedal height with the clutch pedal released as shown in the figure.


Pedal Free Play Inspection

1. Perform “Pedal Inspection Preparation”..

2. Depress the clutch pedal by hand until clutch resistance is felt, and measure the pedal free play as shown in the figure.


Pedal Full Stroke Inspection

1. Perform “Pedal Inspection Preparation”..

2. Depress the clutch pedal from the released condition to the full depression position, and measure the pedal full stroke as shown in the figure.


Clutch Disengagement Point Inspection

WARNING:

NOTE:

Procedure A

1. Perform “Pedal Inspection Preparation”..

2. Verify that the pedal height is normal..

3. Verify that the pedal free play is normal..

4. Verify that the pedal full stroke is normal..

5. Apply the parking brake and fix the front and rear of the wheels with the wheel chocks.

6. Start the engine.

7. With the clutch pedal depressed, move the shift lever to the position just before engaging the reverse gear. (Do not shift completely to reverse position)

8. Gradually release the clutch pedal and then hold it at the point where the sound of gear-grinding begins (clutch disengagement point).

9. Measure distance A as shown in the figure when the clutch pedal is at the clutch disengagement point.


Procedure B

1. Perform “Pedal Inspection Preparation”..

2. Verify that the pedal height is normal..

3. Verify that the pedal free play is normal..

4. Verify that the pedal full stroke is normal..

5. Apply the parking brake and fix the front and rear of the wheels with the wheel chocks.

6. Start the engine.

7. With the clutch pedal depressed, move the shift lever to the position just before engaging the reverse gear. (Do not shift completely to reverse position)

8. Gradually release the clutch pedal and then hold it at the point where the sound of gear-grinding begins (clutch disengagement point).

9. Depress the clutch pedal from the clutch disengagement point to the full depression position, and measure distance B as shown in the figure.


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