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Mazda 6 Service Manual: Front wheel alignment

Specification (Unloaded)*1

Normal


Elevated*3


*1 : Engine coolant and engine oil are at specified level. Spare tire, jack and tools are in designated position.

*2 : Difference between left and right must not exceed 1°30'.

*3 : Distance between wheel center and fender brim is 402 mm {15.8 in} (reference value).

Maximum Steering Angle Adjustment

1. Loosen the tie-rod end locknuts.

2. Remove the steering gear boot clamp.

3. Turn the tie rods to equalize the length L.

Maximum left/right difference 3 mm {0.12 in}


4. Turn the tie rods equally to provide the correct maximum steering angle.

5. Tighten the tie-rod end locknuts.

Tightening torque 68.6-98.0 N·m
{7.00-9.99 kgf·m, 50.6-72.2 ft·lbf}

6. Verify that the boot is not twisted, and install the boot clamp.

7. Adjust the toe-in after adjusting the steering angle.

Total Toe-in Adjustment

1. Center the steering wheel and confirm that the vehicle wheels/tires are pointing straight.

2. Loosen the left and right tie-rod end locknuts and turn the tie-rods equally. Both tie rods are right threaded, so turning the right tie-rod toward the front of the vehicle and the left toward the rear increases toe-in.

Note

3. Tighten the tie-rod end locknuts to the specified torque.

Tightening torque 68.6-98.0 N·m {7.00-9.99 kgf·m, 50.6-72.2 ft·lbf}

4. Verify that the boot is not twisted, and install the boot clamp.

Wheel alignment pre-inspection
1. Inspect the tire inflation, and adjust to the recommended pressure as necessary. 2. Inspect the front wheel bearing play and correct it if necessary. (See Wheel Bearing Play Inspection.) 3. I ...

Rear wheel alignment
Specification (Unloaded)*1 Normal Elevated*3 *1 : Engine coolant and engine oil are at specified level. Spare tire, jack and tools are in designated position. *2 : Difference between left an ...

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