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Mazda 6 Service Manual: Rear washer hose removal/installation

Mazda 6 Service Manual / Body electrical system / Wiper and washer / Rear washer hose removal/installation

1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

2. Remove the washer tank. (See WASHER TANK REMOVAL/INSTALLATION)

3. Partially peel off the right side mud guard.

4. Remove rear washer hose No.1 from the clips.


5. Remove rear washer hose No.1 and joint pipe A.

6. Remove the A-pillar trim. (See A-PILLAR TRIM REMOVAL)

7. Remove rear washer hose No.2 from clip A.


8. Remove clips B from the body.

9. Remove rear washer hose No.2 and joint pipes B.

10. Remove the C-pillar trim. (See C-PILLAR TRIM REMOVAL/INSTALLATION)

11. Remove the liftgate upper trim. (See LIFTGATE UPPER TRIM REMOVAL/INSTALLATION)

12. Remove rear washer hose No.3 from clip C.


13. Remove clips D from the body.

14. Remove rear washer hose No.3 and joint pipe C.

15. Remove the headliner. (See HEADLINER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION)

16. Remove the tape from rear washer hose No.4.


17. Install in the reverse order of removal.

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