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Mazda 3 Service Manual: Oil Seal (Control Valve Body) Replacement [Fw6 A EL]

Mazda 3 Service Manual / Engine / Lubrication / Oil Seal (Control Valve Body) Replacement [Fw6 A EL]

1. Remove the battery cover..

2. Disconnect the negative battery cable..

3. Remove the air cleaner component..

4. Disconnect the control valve body connector.


5. Remove the hose clamp.


6. Cut the oil seal using a utility knife as shown in the following illustration.


CAUTION:

7. Using a tape-wrapped flathead screwdriver, remove the oil seal from the transaxle case.


NOTE:

8. Temporarily install the oil seal (control valve body) by hand.

9. Using the SSTs

and a hammer, install the oil seal (control valve body) so that it is not tilted and there is no height difference between the transaxle case surface and the end surface of the oil seal.


CAUTION:

10. Install a new hose clamp to the position shown in the figure.

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11. Connect the control valve body connector.

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12. Install the air cleaner component..

13. Connect the negative battery cable..

14. Install the battery cover..

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