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Mazda 3 Service Manual: Rear Buckle Removal/Installation

Mazda 3 Service Manual / Restraints / Rear Buckle Removal/Installation

Rear Buckle (RH) and Rear Buckle (Center)

1. Remove the rear seat cushion..

2. Remove the bolt.

3. Remove the rear buckle (RH) and rear buckle (center).

4. Install in the reverse order of removal.

Rear Buckle (LH)

1. When removing or installing the rear buckle (LH), refer to the rear center seat belt removal/installation procedure..

Rear Buckle Installation Note

Front Seat Belt Removal/Installation [Two Step Deployment Control System]
WARNING: Handling the front seat belt (pre-tensioner seat belt) improperly can accidentally deploy the pre-tensioner seat belt, which may seriously injure you. Read the air bag system ...

Rear Seat Belt Removal/Installation
CAUTION: The ELR (emergency locking retractor) has a spring that will unwind if the retractor cover is removed. The spring cannot be rewound by hand. If this occurs, the ELR will not w ...

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Air Intake Actuator Inspection [Manual Air Conditioner]
1. Connect battery positive voltage to air intake actuator terminal B (or C), connect terminal C (or B) to ground, and then verify that the air intake actuator operates as shown in the table. If the operation condition is not normal, replace the air intake actuator. ...

Automatic Transaxle Fluid (ATF) Inspection [FS5 A EL]
Automatic Transaxle Fluid (ATF) Condition Inspection 1. One way of determining whether the transaxle should be disassembled is by noting: If the ATF is muddy or varnished. If the ATF smells strange or unusual. ATF Condition Possible cause ...

Trunk Lid Release Actuator Inspection
1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.. 2. Remove the trunk lid trim.. 3. Remove the trunk lid latch and release actuator.. 4. Press the latch in using a flathead screwdriver to inspect the latch lever condition. 5. Connect terminal A to the positive battery voltage, connect termina ...

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