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Mazda 6 Service Manual: Oil filter

OIL FILTER REPLACEMENT

For Europe (LF and L3 engine models)

Caution

1. Remove the oil filter drain plug.


2. Untighten the oil filter cover for 2 turns and drain the engine oil.

Note

3. Remove the oil filter.


4. Use a clean rag to wipe off the mounting surface on the oil filter adapter and the oil filter cover.

5. Apply clean oil to new O-ring of a new oil filter and a new oil filter drain plug.

6. Install the oil filter, oil filter drain plug, and oil filter cover.

7. Tighten the oil filter cover and oil filter drain plug.

Tightening torque: Oil filter cover: 30-35 N·m {30.5-3.56 kgf·cm, 22.2-25.8 in·lbf} Oil filter drain plug: 9.0-11 N·m {91.8-112.1 kgf·cm, 79.6-97.3 in·lbf}

8. Start the engine and inspect for oil leakage.

9. Inspect the oil level.

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