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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Rear Upper Arm Removal/Installation [Awd]

Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual / Suspension / Rear Suspension / Rear Upper Arm Removal/Installation [Awd]

WARNING:

  1. Verify that the crossmember is securely supported by a jack. If the rear crossmember falls off, it can cause serious injury or death, and damage to the vehicle.

CAUTION:

NOTE:

1. Disconnect the rear auto leveling sensor link. (With auto leveling sensor).


2. Disconnect the wiring harness clips and connectors installed to the rear crossmember.


3. Set the rear differential breather hose aside.


4. Disconnect the rear ABS wheel-speed sensor wiring harness installed to the hub support and set it aside..


5. Remove the propeller shaft..

6. Remove the TWC..

7. Remove the rear coil spring..

8. Remove in the order indicated in the table.

9. Install in the reverse order of removal.

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



1

Rear upper arm

(See Rear Upper Arm Removal Note.)

(See Rear Upper Arm Installation Note.)

2

Rear upper arm bushing

(See Rear Upper Arm Removal Note.)

(See Rear Upper Arm Installation Note.)


Rear Upper Arm Removal Note

1. Jack up the vehicle to the unloaded condition, and support the rear trailing link component using a jack.


2. Align the rear crossmember component and rear upper arm and mark them.


3. Support the rear crossmember component with a jack and remove the rear crossmember installation nuts.


4. Press down on the rear crossmember component slowly until the rear upper arm inside installation bolts can be removed using a jack.


5. Remove the rear upper arm.

Rear Upper Arm Bushing Removal Note

1. Mark the rear upper arm as shown in the figure.


2. Press the rear upper arm bushing out using the SSTs

.

CAUTION:


Rear Upper Arm Bushing Installation Note

1. Mark the new rear upper arm bushing as shown in the figure.


H1: 6.0 mm {0.24 in}

2. Align the projection of a new rear upper arm bushing with the marks placed during removal.


3. Press fit the rear upper arm bushing until the marks placed in Step 1 cannot be seen using the SSTs

.

CAUTION:


NOTE:


H2: 49.5 mm {1.95 in} H3: 44.5 mm {1.75 in}

4. After installing the rear upper arm bushing, verify that it is installed to the position shown in the figure.


H4: 24.0±0.6 mm {0.945±0.02 in}

Rear Upper Arm Installation Note

1. Place alignment mark on the new rear upper arm in the same positions as the removed rear upper arm.


2. Install the rear upper arm.

3. Lift up the rear crossmember component using a jack and install the rear crossmember installation bolts.


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