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Mazda 3 Service Manual: Blower Motor Installation [Full Auto Air Conditioner]

Mazda 3 Service Manual / HVAC / A/C / Blower Motor Installation [Full Auto Air Conditioner]

1. Install the SST (49 B061 015A)

to the blower motor.


2. Install the blower motor with the SST (49 B061 015A)

installed, to the A/C unit.


CAUTION:

3. Rotate the SST (49 B061 015A)

until to the blower motor tab locked.


4. Connect the blower motor connector as shown in the figure.


5. Connect the blower motor cooling pipe.


6. Rotate the SST (49 B061 015A)

in the direction shown by the arrow.


7. Remove the SST (49 B061 015A)

from the blower motor.


8. Install the blower case.

CAUTION:

9. Install the screws shown in the figure.


10. Install the harness clip to the blower case.

11. Connect the air intake actuator connector.

12. Install the following parts:

a. Accelerator pedal.

b. Shower duct (Passenger-side).

c. Lower panel.

d. Hood release lever.

e. Dashboard under cover.

f. Glove compartment.

g. Shift panel.

h. Selector lever knob (ATX).

i. Shift lever knob (MTX).

j. Upper panel.

k. Front side trim.

l. Front scuff plate.

13. Connect the negative battery cable..

Blower Case Installation Note

1. If not replacing the blower case, replace the adhesive polyurethane on the fresh-air inlet of the blower case.


CAUTION:

NOTE:

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