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Mazda 6 Service Manual: Automatic transaxle removal/installation

Mazda 6 Service Manual / Automatic transaxle / Automatic transaxle / Automatic transaxle removal/installation

1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

2. Remove the battery and battery tray.

3. Remove the aircleaner component. (See INTAKE-AIR SYSTEM REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)

4. Remove the front tires and splash shield.

5. Remove the under cover.

6. Remove the steering gear and power steering pipe. (See STEERING GEAR AND LINKAGE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)

7. Remove the front auto leveling sensor. (See FRONT AUTO LEVELING SENSOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)




9. Remove in the order shown in the figure.

10. Install in the reverse order of removal.

11. Adjust the headlight zeroset. (See HEADLIGHT ZEROSET.)

12. Add ATF to the specified level. (See AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID (ATF) REPLACEMENT.)

13. Carry out the mechanical system test. (See MECHANICAL SYSTEM TEST.)

× : Test to be performed after the service work

14. Carry out the road test. (See ROAD TEST.)

No.1 Engine Mount Bracket Removal Note

1. Support the engine using the SST before removing the No.1 engine mount.

2. Remove the No.1 engine mount.

Transaxle Removal Note

1. Loosen the part marked A and lean the engine toward the transaxle.

2. Support the transaxle on a jack.

3. Remove the transaxle mounting bolts.

4. Remove the transaxle.

Transaxle Installation Note

1. Set the transaxle on a jack and lift it.

2. Install the transaxle mounting bolts.

Tightening torque 37.3-52 N·m {3.8-5.3 kgf·m, 28-38 ft·lbf}

Torque Converter Nuts Removal Note

1. Hold the cankshaft pulley to prevent drive plate from rotating.

2. Remove the torque converter nuts from the starter installation hole.

Torque Converter Nuts Installation Note

1. Hold the cankshaft pulley to prevent drive plate from rotating.


2. Tighten the torque converter mounting nuts.

Tightening torque 34.3-60.8 N·m {3.5-6.2 kgf·m, 25-45 ft·lbf}

No.1 Engine Mount and No.4 Engine Mount Bracket Installation Note

1. Verify that the engine mount rubbers are installed as shown.

2. By aligning the holes with the stud bolts, install the No.4 engine mount bracket to the transaxle.

3. By aligning the holes with the stud bolts, install the No.1 engine mount to the transaxle.

4. Align the hole of the No.4 engine mount bracket with the No.4 engine mount rubber on vehicle, and temporarily tighten the bolt D.

5. Tighten the nut B,C in order of B→C, then bolt A.

6. Tighten the bolt D.

Tightening torque A, B, C: 66.6-93.1 N·m {6.8-9.4 kgf·m, 50-68 ft·lbf} D: 85.3-116.6 N·m {8.7-11.8 kgf·m, 63-85 ft·lbf}

8. Tighten the bolt D to the No.1 engine mount.

Tightening torque E: 85.3-116.6 N·m {8.7-11.8 kgf·m, 63-85 ft·lbf}

9. Remove the SST

(49 E017 5A0)

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