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Mazda 3 Service Manual: Pilot Bearing Inspection [C66 M R]

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1. Without removing the pilot bearing, turn the bearing while applying force in the axial direction.


Pilot Bearing Inspection [A26 M R]
CAUTION: Secure the steering wheel using tape or a cable to prevent the steering shaft from rotating after disconnecting the steering shaft. If the steering wheel rotates after the steer ...

Pilot Bearing Inspection [G35 M R]
1. Perform the following procedures. a. Remove the battery cover.. b. Disconnect the negative battery cable. c. Remove the battery component. (ex: battery, battery tray and PCM component). d. ...

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Hill Launch Assist (HLA)
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Front Outer Handle Removal/Installation
1. To access the glass installation bolt, position the front door glass so that the distance from the top of the front door glass to the upper part of the front beltline molding is approx. 80 mm {3.1 in}. 2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.. 3. Remove the following parts: a. Inne ...

Auto Leveling Sensor Inspection
1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.. 2. Remove the auto leveling sensor.. 3. Connect the three dry cell batteries (1.5 V) in a series. 4. Connect auto leveling sensor terminal A to the battery’s minus terminal, and terminal C to the battery’s plus terminal, and apply 4.5 V of volta ...

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