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Mazda 3 Service Manual: Tire House Trim Removal/Installation

Mazda 3 Service Manual / Suspension / Wheels, Tires / Tire House Trim Removal/Installation

4SD

1. Remove the rear seat cushion..

2. Remove the rear scuff plate..

3. Partially peel back the seaming welt.

4. Remove the fastener.

5. Pull the tire house trim in the direction of arrow shown in the figure while remove the clip A, pin B and C.


6. Pull the tire house trim in the direction of arrow shown in the figure while remove the hook D.


7. Remove the tire house trim.

8. Install in the reverse order of removal.

5HB

1. Remove the rear seat cushion..

2. Remove the rear scuff plate..

3. Partially peel back the seaming welt.

4. Remove the fasteners.

5. Pull the tire house trim in the direction of arrow (1), while remove the hook A and B.


6. Pull the tire house trim in the direction of arrow (2), while remove the hook C, clip D, pin E and F.

7. Remove the tire house trim.

8. Install in the reverse order of removal.

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