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Mazda 3 Service Manual: Vacuum Hose Removal/Installation [Mzr 2.3 Disi Turbo]

Mazda 3 Service Manual / Brakes / General / Vacuum Hose Removal/Installation [Mzr 2.3 Disi Turbo]

1. Remove the charge air cooler cover..

2. Remove the charge air cooler..

3. Insert a thin flathead screwdriver at the point indicated by the arrow in the figure, push the ring down and disconnect the vacuum hose from the intake manifold.


4. Remove the vacuum hose from the vacuum hose clip.


5. Pinch open the clamps using pliers and disconnect the vacuum hoses from the insulator bracket as shown in the figure.


6. Pinch open the clamp using pliers and disconnect the vacuum hose from the power brake unit.

7. Remove the vacuum hose.

8. Install in the reverse order of removal.

9. Verify that the vacuum hose is inserted so that the joint contacts the intake manifold ring.


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