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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Cooling System Cap

Purpose, Function

Construction

Operation

When engine coolant temperature is high

1. When the engine coolant temperature is high, the pressure in the engine coolant passage increases and the pressure valve is pressed and opened.

2. Engine coolant flows into the coolant reserve tank when the pressure valve is open.


When engine coolant temperature is low

1. When the engine coolant temperature is low, the pressure in the engine coolant passage decreases and the vacuum valve is opened.

2. Engine coolant in the coolant reserve tank flows into the engine coolant passage when the vacuum valve is open.


Cooling System Cap Inspection
WARNING: Never remove the cooling system cap or loosen the radiator drain plug while the engine is running, or when the engine and radiator are hot. Scalding engine coolant and steam may ...

Cooling System Service Warnings
WARNING: Never remove the cooling system cap or loosen the radiator drain plug while the engine is running, or when the engine and radiator are hot. Scalding engine coolant and steam may ...

Other materials:

Rear Stabilizer Removal/Installation [2 Wd]
WARNING: Verify that the rear crossmember is securely supported by a jack. If the rear crossmember falls off, it can cause serious injury or death, and damage to the vehicle. CAUTION: Performing the following procedures without first removing the rear ABS wheel-spee ...

Automatic Transaxle Warning Light [Fw6 A EL, Fw6 Ax EL]
Purpose/Function The automatic transaxle warning light illuminates when the transaxle has malfunction. Construction The automatic transaxle warning light is built into the instrument cluster. Operation If the transmission has a malfunction, the TCM sends an ...

Basic System
Outline Integrated A/C unit adopted. Sub-cooling system to multi-flow condenser adopted. Structural View Ventilation system Refrigerant system Flow Diagram Ventilation system A/C unit Inside the vehicle Display CENTER ...

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