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Mazda 6 Service Manual: General procedures

Mazda 6 Service Manual / Suspension / General procedures

PRECAUTION (SUSPENSION)

Wheels and Tires Removal/Installation

When a wheel is installed, tighten it to 88-118 N·m {9.0-12.0 kgf·m, 65.0-87.0 ft·lbf}.

Suspension Links Removal/Installation

Tighten any part of the suspension that uses rubber bushings only after the vehicle has been lowered and unloaded.

Note

Brake Lines Disconnection/Connection

Caution

1. Tighten the brake pipe flare nut using the SST

(49 0259 770B). Be sure to modify the brake pipe flare nut tightening torque to allow for use of a torque wrench-SST

combination. (See TORQUE FORMULAS.)

2. If any brake line has been disconnected anytime during the procedure, add brake fluid, bleed the brakes, and inspect for leakage after the procedure has been completed.

Power Steering Components Removal/Installation

If any power steering fluid line has been disconnected anytime during the procedure, add ATF M-III

or equivalent (e.g. Dexron®II

), bleed the fluid line, and inspect for leakage after the procedure has been completed.

Rear suspension location index
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Wheel alignment
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Other materials:

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