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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Rear Trailing Link Removal/Installation

Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual / Suspension / General / Rear Trailing Link Removal/Installation

1. Remove the floor under cover..

2. Disconnect the rear parking cable..


3. Remove in the order indicated in the table.

4. Install in the reverse order of removal.

5. Inspect the wheel alignment and adjust it if necessary..



1

Rear trailing link installation nut

2

Rear trailing link installation bolt

3

Rear trailing link

(See Rear Trailing link Installation Note.)


Rear Trailing link Installation Note

1. Install the rear trailing link installation bolts using a jack.


2. Install the rear trailing link installation nut.

General Procedures (Suspension)
Wheel and Tire Installation 1. When installing the wheels and tires, tighten the wheel nuts in a criss-cross pattern to the following tightening torque. Tightening torque 108—14 ...

Rear Wheel Hub Bolt Replacement
1. Remove the brake calliper component and suspend it out of the way using a cable. 2. Remove the disc plate. 3. Remove the wheel hub bolt using the SST as shown in the figure. 4. Place ...

Other materials:

Rear Body Straight Line Dimensions (1) [Dimensions]
Point symbol Designation Hole diameter or bolt or nut size mm {in} A Liftgate hinge installation hole ?12 {0.47} B Liftgate stay damper installation hole ?10 {0.39} ...

Crankshaft Position (CKP) Sensor
Purpose/Function Detects the crankshaft speed as basic information for mainly determining the fuel injection timing and ignition timing. Detects the crankshaft speed and inputs it to the PCM as a CKP signal. Construction Installed on the side of the cylinder block (ri ...

Steering Switch
Purpose, Function Operation of the audio system and change of the instrument cluster display can be changed are possible without a change in driving posture. Construction The steering switch is located on the spoke of the steering wheel. The resistance is built into ea ...

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