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Mazda 3 Service Manual: Rear Door Pad Removal/Installation

Mazda 3 Service Manual / Body / Doors/Lids & Hood/Trunk / Rear Door Pad Removal/Installation

1. Fully open the rear door glass.

2. Disconnect the negative battery cable..

3. Remove the following parts:

a. Rear door trim.

b. Rear door speaker.

c. Rear power window motor.

d. Rear door quarter glass.

e. Rear door glass.

f. Rear door module panel.

4. Remove the service hole cover.


5. Remove the fasteners A.


6. Remove the rear door pad No.1.

7. Remove the fasteners B.


8. Remove the rear door pad No.2.

9. Install in the reverse order of removal.

Rear Door Module Panel Removal/Installation
1. Fully open the rear door glass. 2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.. 3. Remove the following parts: a. Rear door trim. b. Rear door speaker. c. Rear power window motor. d. Rear do ...

Rear Door Removal/Installation
WARNING: Removing the rear door without supporting it could cause the rear door to fall and cause serious injury. Always perform the procedure with at least another person to prevent the ...

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