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Mazda 6 Service Manual: Engine removal/installation

Mazda 6 Service Manual / Engine / Engine / Engine removal/installation

Warning

1. Remove the battery. (See BATTERY REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)

2. Remove the battery tray. (See BATTERY REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)

3. Remove the radiator. (See RADIATOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)

4. Drain the missions oil.

5. Remove the P/S oil pump with the oil hose still connected and position the P/S oil pump so that it is out of the way. (See POWER STEERING OIL PUMP REMOVAL/INSTALLATION)

6. Remove the A/C compressor with the pipes still connected. Position the A/C compressor so that it is out of the way. Use wire or rope to secure.

7. Remove the joint shaft from the front drive shaft. (See DRIVE SHAFT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)

8. Remove the air cleaner, intake air duct, accelerator cable and bracket, and vacuum hose. (See INTAKE-AIR SYSTEM REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)

9. Remove the ATF filter and selector cable. (ATX) (See AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)

10. Remove the vacuum hose and heater hose.

11. Remove the release cylinder and control cable. (MTX) (See MANUAL TRANSAXLE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)

12. Remove the plastic fuel hose. (See Plastic Fuel Hose Removal Note.) (See Plastic Fuel Hose Installation Note.)

13. Disconnect the wiring harness from the engine side.

14. Remove the front pipe. (See EXHAUST SYSTEM REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)

15. Remove in the order indicated in the table.

16. Install in the reverse order of removal.

17. Start the engine and:

18. Perform a road test.



No.1 Engine Mount Rubber Removal Note

1. Suspend the engine using the SSTs

.


2. Remove the through bolt A on the No.1 engine mount bracket side.

3. Loosen the through bolt B on the chassis side until approximately three pitches are showing.

Note



No.4 Engine Mount Bracket and No.4 Engine Mount Rubber Removal Note

1. Secure the engine and the transaxle using an engine jack and attachment as shown.


2. Remove the SST

.


3. Secure the engine and the transaxle using a hoist.


4. No.4 engine mount bracket and engine mount rubber together in one piece.


No.3 Engine Joint Bracket Installation Note

1. Tighten the No.3 engine mount bracket stud bolt.

Tightening torque: 7.0-13 N·m {71.4-132.5 kgf·cm, 62.0-115.0 in·lbf}


2. Tighten the No.3 engine joint bracket bolt and nut in the order shown.


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

1. Tighten the No.4 engine mount bracket and No.4 engine mount rubber bolt and nut in the order as shown.


2. Secure the engine and the transaxle using an engine jack and attachment as shown.


3. Remove the hoist and secure the engine and transaxle using SST

.


No.1 Engine Mount Bracket Installation Note

1. Tighten No.1 engine mount bracket bolt A.

Tightening torque: 93.1-116.6 N·m {9.50-11.88 kgf·m, 68.72-85.92 ft·lbf}


2. Tighten No.1 engine mount bracket bolt B.

Tightening torque: 93.1-116.6 N·m {9.50-11.88 kgf·m, 68.72-85.92 ft·lbf}

No.1 Engine Mount Rubber Installation Note

1. Tighten through bolt A on No.1 engine mount bracket.

Tightening torque: 85.3-116.6 N·m {8.7-11.88 kgf·m, 62.93-85.92 ft·lbf}


2. Tighten through bolt B on chassis side.

Tightening torque: 93.1-116.6 N·m {9.50-11.88 kgf·m, 68.72-85.92 ft·lbf}

Engine
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