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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Propeller Shaft On Vehicle Inspection

Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual / Drivetrain / Driveline / Driveshafts / Propeller Shaft On Vehicle Inspection

Joint Area Excessive Play Inspection

1. Shake the universal joint by hand and verify that there is no excessive play.


2. If there is any excessive play, replace the propeller shaft..

Propeller Shaft Runout Inspection

CAUTION:

1. Shift to neutral position and release the parking brake.

2. Rotate the rear wheel by hand and inspect the propeller shaft runout at the two locations shown in the figure.


Propeller Shaft Inspection
1. Measure the propeller shaft center runout using the dial gauge. If it exceeds the maximum specification, replace the propeller shaft as a single component. Propeller shaft m ...

Propeller Shaft Removal/Installation
CAUTION: If the constant velocity joint is bent during propeller shaft removal/installation or transportation after servicing, the constant velocity joint boot may contact the metallic c ...

Other materials:

Rear Door Trim Removal/Installation
1. Insert a tape-wrapped flathead screwdriver in the position indicated by the arrow (1) in the figure and remove the inner handle cover while detach tabs A, pin B. 2. Remove the screw C. 3. Remove the cover D, then remove the screw E. 4. Take the shaded area shown in the figur ...

Fuel System
Purpose, Outline A multiple hole type fuel injector has been adopted which provides higher fuel injection accuracy for improved fuel efficiency and output. Piston movement-compression by the 4-head cam inside the high pressure fuel pump heightens the fuel pressure, achieving imp ...

Air Bag System Warning Light [Two Step Deployment Control System]
Purpose The air bag system warning light notifies the driver of a malfunction in the SRS air bag system. Function If a malfunction occurs in the SRS air bag system, the air bag system warning light illuminates or flashes. Construction LEDs (light-emitting d ...

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