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Mazda 3 Service Manual: Pre Delivery Inspection

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Pre-Delivery Inspection Table

Exterior


INSPECT

and ADJUST

, if necessary, the following items to specification:
□ Glass, exterior bright metal and paint for damage □ Wheel lug nuts
□ All weatherstrips for damage or detachment □ Tire pressures
□ Headlight cleaner and fluid level (if equipped) □ Operation of hood release and lock □ Operation of trunk lid and fuel-filler lid opener □ Door operation and alignment including side door and back door □ Headlight aiming INSTALL

the following parts: □ Flap (if equipped)

Under hood—engine off


INSPECT

and ADJUST

, if necessary, the following items to specification:
□ Fuel, engine coolant, and hydraulic lines, fittings, connections, and components for leaks
□ Engine oil level □ Power steering fluid level □ Brake and clutch fluid level □ Windshield washer reservoir fluid level □ Coolant level and specific gravity □ Tightness of water hose clamps □ Tightness of battery terminals, electrolyte level and specific gravity □ Tension of drive belt

Interior


INSTALL

the following items: □ Fuse for accessories INSPECT

the operations of the following items: □ Seat controls (slide and recline) and headrests □ Folding rear seat □ Door locks, including childproof door locks □ Seat belts and warning system □ Ignition switch and steering lock □ Transaxle range switch □ Warning buzzers □ Ignition key reminder alarm □ Air bag system using warning light □ Cruise control system (if equipped) □ Power door lock □ Shift–lock system (if equipped) □ Starter interlock □ All lights including warning, and indicator lights □ Horn, wipers, and washers □ Wiper blades performance Clean wiper blades and windshield, if necessary □ Audio system
□ Cigarette lighter and clock □ Power windows (if equipped) □ Heater, defroster, and air conditioner at various mode selections (if equipped)
INSPECT

the following items: □ Presence of spare fuse □ Upholstery and interior finish INSPECT

and ADJUST

, if necessary, the following items: □ Operation and fit of windows □ Pedal height and free play of clutch and brake pedal □ Parking brake

Under hood—engine running at operating temperature


INSPECT

the following items: □ Automatic transaxle fluid level □ Operation of idle–up system for electrical load, air conditioner or power steering (if equipped)
□ Ignition timing □ Idle speed
□ Operation of throttle position sensor

On hoist


INSPECT

the following items: □ Manual transaxle oil level □ Underside fuel, coolant and hydraulic lines, fittings, connections, and components for leaks
□ Tires for cuts or bruises □ Steering linkage, suspension, exhaust system, and all underside hardware for looseness or damage

Road test


INSPECT

the following items: □ Brake operation □ Operation of gauges □ Engine general performance □ Emergency locking retractors and automatic locking retractors □ Cruise control system (if equipped) □ Operation of meters and gauges, squeaks, rattles, and abnormal noises

After road test


INSPECT

for necessary owner information materials, tools, and spare tire in vehicle
The following items must be completed just before delivery to your customer. □ Load test battery and charge if necessary (Load test result: Volts) □ Adjust tire pressure to specification □ Install fuses for accessories

Initial setting of Maintenance Monitor


ADJUST

maintenance interval □ Set distance of Tire rotation □ Set days and distance of Service due

Power Systems Personalization Features Setting Procedure
NOTE: Use the IDS (laptop PC) because the PDS (Pocket PC) does not support the POWER SYSTEMS PERSONALIZATION FEATURES SETTING PROCEDURE. 1. Connect the M-MDS to the DLC–2. 2. Af ...

Sae Standards
In accordance with new regulations, SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) standard names and abbreviations are now used in this manual. The table below lists the names and abbreviations th ...

Other materials:

Body And Accessories
ABBREVIATIONS ACC Accessories AUX Auxiliary jack CAN Controller Area Network DLC Data Link Connector GND Ground LH Left Hand ...

Glove Compartment Light Bulb Removal/Installation
1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.. 2. Remove the following parts: a. Passenger-side front scuff plate. b. Passenger-side front side trim. c. Dashboard under cover. d. Glove compartment. e. Passenger-side lower panel. 3. Remove the glove comportment bulb from the socket. 4 ...

Decoration Panel Removal/Installation
1. Remove the following parts: a. Passenger-side front scuff plate. b. Passenger-side front side trim. c. Glove compartment. d. Passenger-side lower panel. 2. Remove the screw. 3. Pull the decoration panel in the direction of the arrow (1), (2) shown in the figure, while remove the hoo ...

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