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Mazda 6 Service Manual: Oil pressure switch inspection

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On-vehicle Inspection (harness inspection)

1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

2. Remove the under cover.

3. Disconnect the cord assembly connector.


4. Verify that there is no continuity between cord assembly terminal and ground.


5. Connect the cord assembly connector.

6. Install the under cover.

7. Connect the negative battery cable.

On-vehicle Inspection (oil pressure switch inspection)

1. Remove the under cover.

2. Disconnect the cord assembly connector.


3. Start the engine, with gear position in N or P.

4. Reaffirm that there is no continuity between cord assembly terminal and ground.

5. Firmly depress the brake pedal with the left foot.

6. Shift the selector lever to D range.

7. Verify that there is no continuity between cord assembly terminal and ground.


8. Connect the oil pressure switch connector.

9. Install the under cover.

10. Connect the negative battery cable.

Off-vehicle inspection

1. Remove the oil pressure switch.

2. Apply air pressure at 400-440 kPa {4.1-4.4kgf/cm2,58-63psi}

3. Inspect continuity the between oil pressure switch terminal and screw part.


4. Install the oil pressure switch.

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