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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Electric Variable Valve Timing Motor/Driver Removal/Installation

Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual / Engine / General / Electric Variable Valve Timing Motor/Driver Removal/Installation

WARNING:

CAUTION:

1. Disconnect the negative battery cable..

2. Remove the plug hole plate..

3. Remove in the order indicated in the table.

4. Install in the reverse order of removal.



1

No. 3 engine mount

(See No.3 Engine Mount Removal Note.)

(See No.3 Engine Mount Installation Note.)

2

Electric variable valve timing motor/driver connector

3

Electric variable valve timing motor/driver

(See Electric Variable Valve Timing Motor/Driver Installation Note.)

4

O-ring


No.3 Engine Mount Removal Note

1. Remove the clips shown in the figure and set the ground cable aside.


2. Remove the front under cover No.2..

CAUTION:

3. Before removing the No.3 engine mount, support the engine (oil pan) using a commercially available engine lifter or garage jack.


CAUTION:

4. Place alignment marks on the locations shown in the figure so that they can be assembled to the same positions as before removal.


NOTE:

5. Remove the No. 3 engine mount.

Electric Variable Valve Timing Motor/Driver Installation Note

1. Install a new O-ring to the O-ring installation groove of the engine front cover.

CAUTION:


2. Install the electric variable valve timing motor/driver using the following procedures.

NOTE:

a. Before installation, rotate the joint of the end of the electric variable valve timing motor so that it is aligned to the joint groove on the electric variable valve timing actuator side.


b. Engage the joint on the end of the electric variable valve timing motor with the joint groove on the electric variable valve timing actuator side.

c. Attach the seal surface.

d. Tighten the electric variable valve timing motor/driver installation bolts.

No.3 Engine Mount Installation Note

CAUTION:

NOTE:

1. Tighten the stud bolts of the engine front cover.


2. Temporarily tighten the No.3 engine mount installation bolts and nuts using the following procedure:

a. Align the alignment marks on the body side and No.3 engine mount, and temporarily tighten the bolts shown in the figure.


b. Temporarily tighten the nuts shown in the figure while aligning the alignment marks of the No.3 engine mount and nuts.


NOTE:

3. Tighten the No.3 engine mount installation bolts and nuts in the order shown in the figure.



No.

Tightening torque

1

76—95 N·m {7.8—9.6 kgf·m, 57—70 ft·lbf}

2

82—95 N·m {8.4—9.6 kgf·m, 61—70 ft·lbf}

3

49—65 N·m {5.0—6.6 kgf·m, 37—47 ft·lbf}


4. Remove the engine lifter or garage jack.

5. Install in the reverse order of removal.

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