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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Connecting Rod, Connecting Rod Bearing

Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual / Engine / Engine Assembly / Piston Assembly / Connecting Rod, Connecting Rod Bearing

Purpose, Function

Connecting rod

Connecting rod bearing

Construction

Connecting rod

*1 Method of breaking off the large end proportion of the connecting rod after it has been integrally molded to separate the connecting rod from the connecting rod cap. When assembling the connecting rod and connecting rod cap, dowel pins are required to use the mating surface shape which was created during breaking process.

*2 Plastic region tightening is a method of controlling the tightening using the rotation angle of a bolt. By tightening to the region (plastic tightening region) in which bolt deformation does not become irreversible, variation in axial force is suppressed.

Connecting rod bearing

Piston Assembly
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Piston, Piston Ring, Piston Pin
Purpose, Function Piston The piston in the cylinder of the cylinder block moves reciprocally by the pressure received when the air-fuel mixture combusts. Piston ring The piston ...

Other materials:

Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor Removal/Installation
CAUTION: When replacing the CMP sensor, make sure there is no foreign material on it such as metal shavings. If it is installed with foreign material, the sensor output signal will malfunction resulting from fluctuation in magnetic flux and cause a deterioration in engine control. ...

Plastic Parts Heat Resisting Temperature [Plastic Body Parts]
Part Name Code Material Name Heat resisting Temperature°C{°F} Windshield molding PVC POLYVINYLCHLORIDE 95 {203} Cowl grille PP POLYPROPYLENE ...

Back Up Light Switch Inspection
1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.. 2. Remove the front under cover No.2.. 3. Remove the back-up light switch.. 4. Verify that the continuity between the back-up light switch terminals is as indicated in the table. If not as indicated in the table, replace the back-up ...

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