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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Rear Sash Molding Removal

WARNING:

1. Remove the rear door garnish. (rear side).

2. Remove the double-sided adhesive tape in the position shown in the figure using the utility knife.

CAUTION:


3. Insert a tape-wrapped flathead screwdriver shown in the figure and remove the protector in the direction of arrow (1).


4. Insert a tape-wrapped flathead screwdriver shown in the figure and remove clips A in the direction of arrow (2).


5. Remove the rear sash molding in the direction of arrow in the order of (3), (4) shown in the figure.

Rear Sash Molding Installation
WARNING: Using a utility knife with bare hands can cause injury. Always wear gloves when using a utility knife. NOTE: Double-sided adhesive tape has already been attached to t ...

Rear Side Panel Installation [Panel Replacement]
Symbol Mark Installation Procedure 1. When installing new parts, measure and adjust the body as necessary to conform with standard dimensions. 2. Drill holes for the plug welding before inst ...

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Tire Labeling
Federal law requires tire manufacturers to place standardized information on the sidewall of all tires. This information identifies and describes the fundamental characteristics of the tire and also provides a tire identification number for safety standard certification and in case of a recall ...

Hill Launch Assist (Hla)
Purpose/Function The hill launch assist (HLA) is a function which assists the driver in accelerating the vehicle on a slope by activating the traction control solenoid valve in the DSC HU/CM when the vehicle begins accelerating on a slope, and maintaining/reducing brake fluid pressur ...

Shift Solenoid No.4 [Fw6 A EL, Fw6 Ax EL]
Purpose/Function Shift solenoid No.4 adjusts the hydraulic pressure in the high clutch circuit and the low and reverse brake circuit based on the current demand from the TCM according to the vehicle conditions. Construction Shift solenoid No.4 is installed to the solenoid c ...

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