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Mazda 3 Service Manual: Rear Window Glass Installation

Mazda 3 Service Manual / Body / Glass & Windows / Rear Window Glass Installation

WARNING:

CAUTION:

4SD

1. Remove sealant along the perimeter of the glass using a utility knife or scraper. (When reusing the glass)

2. Clean and degrease an approx. 50 mm {2.0 in}

wide strip along the perimeter of the glass.

3. Inspect the glass for cracks. If it is cracked, chamfer it using sandpaper.

4. Install the spacer and pins to the glass as shown in the figure.


NOTE:

5. Install the rear window glass molding.


6. Apply glass primer on the glass as shown in the figure then allow it to dry for approx. 30 min

.

CAUTION:

NOTE:


7. Cut away the old sealant using a utility knife or scraper so that 1—2 mm {0.04—0.07 in}

thickness of sealant remains along the perimeter of the frame.


8. Clean and degrease along the perimeter of the bonding area on the body.

9. If the sealant has come off completely in any one place, apply some primer, and allow it to dry for approx. 30 min

.

CAUTION:

10. Apply body primer on the body as shown in the figure, then allow it to dry for approx. 30 min

.

CAUTION:

NOTE:


11. Apply sealant to the area of the glass surface as shown in the figure.


12. Install the rear window glass.

13. Verify that the gap at the upper and lower parts of the glass is within the specification shown in the figure, then press along the perimeter of the glass.


14. Connect the filament connector.


15. Install the fasteners.


16. Install the following parts:

a. Tire house trims.

b. Rear package trim.

c. C–pillar trims.

d. Rear side seat back.

e. Rear scuff plate.

f. Rear seat cushion.

17. Connect the negative battery cable..

18. Allow the sealant to harden completely. Sealant hardening time: 24 h

5HB

1. Remove sealant along the perimeter of the glass using a utility knife or scraper. (When reusing the glass)

2. Clean and degrease an approx. 50 mm {2.0 in}

wide strip along the perimeter of the glass.

3. Inspect the glass for cracks. If it is cracked, chamfer it using sandpaper.

4. Install the spacers, and pins to the glass as shown in the figure.


NOTE:

5. Apply glass primer on the glass as shown in the figure then allow it to dry for approx. 30 min

.

CAUTION:

NOTE:


6. Cut away the old sealant using a utility knife or scraper so that 1—2 mm {0.04—0.07 in}

thickness of sealant remains along the perimeter of the frame.


7. Clean and degrease along the perimeter of the bonding area on the body.

8. If the sealant has come off completely in any one place, apply some primer, and allow it to dry for approx. 30 min

.

CAUTION:

9. Apply body primer on the body as shown in the figure, then allow it to dry for approx. 30 min

.

CAUTION:

NOTE:


10. Apply sealant to the area of the glass surface as shown in the figure.


11. Install the rear window glass.

12. Verify that the gap at the upper and lower parts of the glass is within the specification shown in the figure, then press along the perimeter of the glass.


13. Connect the filament connector.


14. Install the following parts:

a. Rear wiper arm and blade.

b. Rear spoiler.

c. Liftgate lower trim.

d. Liftgate side trim.

e. High-mount brake light.

f. Liftgate upper trim.

15. Connect the negative battery cable..

16. Allow the sealant to harden completely. Sealant hardening time: 24 h

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