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Mazda 6 Service Manual: Rear crossmember removal/installation

Mazda 6 Service Manual / Suspension / Rear suspension / Rear crossmember removal/installation

Caution

1. Remove the rear auto leveling sensor and harness. (See REAR AUTO LEVELING SENSOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)

2. Remove the middle pipe. (See EXHAUST SYSTEM REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)

3. Remove in the order indicated in the table.

4. Install in the reverse order of removal.

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

6. Inspect the rear wheel alignment. (See REAR WHEEL ALIGNMENT.)




Caliper Component Removal Note

Remove the caliper, and suspend it aside with cable.

Bolt (Trailing Link Front Side) Removal Note

1. Support the trailing link with a jack.


2. Loosen the bolt (lateral link inner side).

Crossmember Component Removal Note

1. Support the crossmember component using a jack and remove the nuts.


Warning

2. Remove the crossmember component.

Rear Crossmember Bushing Removal Note

Remove the bushing using screw driver (-), being care not to damage the rear crossmember.


Rear Crossmember Bushing Installation Note

1. Set the bushings as shown in the figure.


2. Tap the bushing onto the rear crossmember using the SSTs

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Bolt (Trailing Link Front Side) Installation Note

1. Support the trailing link with a jack.


2. Tighten the bolts (trailing link front side).

Trailing link removal/installation
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