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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Front Stabilizer Control Link Inspection

Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual / Suspension / Front Suspension / Front Stabilizer Control Link Inspection

1. Remove the front stabilizer control link..

2. Inspect for bending or damage. If there is any malfunction, replace the front stabilizer control link.

3. Rotate the front stabilizer control link ball joint stud 10 times

and shake it side to side 10 times

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4. Measure the front stabilizer control link ball joint rotational torque using an Allen wrench and a torque wrench.


Front Shock Absorber Inspection
1. Remove the front shock absorber.. 2. Inspect for damage and oil leakage. 3. Compress and extend the shock absorber piston rod at least three times at a steady rate. From the fourth compressio ...

Front Stabilizer Removal/Installation
CAUTION: Performing the following procedures without first removing the front ABS wheel-speed sensor may possibly cause an open circuit in the wiring harness if it is pulled by mistake ...

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Instrumentation/Driver Info. Personalization Features Setting Procedure
1. Connect the M-MDS to the DLC-2. 2. After vehicle identification, select the following from the M-MDS initialization screen. a. “Module programming“ b. “Programmable Parameters” 3. Select menu in the “IC”. 4. Select an item name, and than select option. Instrument cluster ...

Powertrain System [C66 M R]
Purpose, Function The powertrain mechanism changes the gear combination by engaging or releasing the clutch hub and gear, and changes the power transmission route. Because of the change in the power transmission route, the drive force (speed, torque, rotation direction) input from th ...

Rear Wiper And Washer Switch Inspection
1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.. 2. Remove the following parts: a. Column cover. b. Wiper and washer switch. 3. Use a tester to measure and verify that the continuity between the rear wiper and washer switch terminals is as indicated in the table. If the continuity is ...

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