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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Steering Wheel And Column Removal/Installation

Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual / Steering / Wheel, Column / Steering Wheel And Column Removal/Installation

WARNING:

CAUTION:

NOTE:

1. Remove the driver-side front scuff plate..

2. Remove the driver-side front side trim..

3. Remove the car-navigation unit (with car-navigation system)..

4. Remove the switch panel..

5. Remove the decoration panel..

6. Remove the shift lever knob (MTX vehicles)..

7. Remove the selector lever knob (ATX vehicles)..

8. Remove the front console box..

9. Remove the shift panel..

10. Remove the upper panel..

11. Remove the rear console..

12. Remove the side wall..

13. Remove the front console..

14. Disconnect the hood release lever from the lower panel..

15. Remove the lower panel..

16. Remove the driver-side front heat duct..

17. Detach the harness clips shown in the figure.


18. Remove in the order indicated in the table.

19. Install in the reverse order of removal.

20. If the EPS CM is replaced, perform the following procedure.

a. After installation, switch the ignition to ON or start the engine, and maintain this condition for approx. 1 min.

to allow the EPS CM automatic configuration to be performed.

b. Switch the ignition to OFF, and maintain this condition for approx. 3 s

c. Switch the ignition to ON (engine on or off) to allow the EPS CM automatic configuration to be performed.

d. Clear the DTC from the memory..



1

Driver-side air bag module

(See DRIVER-SIDE AIR BAG MODULE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION [TWO-STEP DEPLOYMENT CONTROL SYSTEM].)

(See DRIVER-SIDE AIR BAG MODULE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION [STANDARD DEPLOYMENT CONTROL SYSTEM].)

2

Lockbolt

3

Steering wheel

(See Steering Wheel Removal Note.)

(See Steering Wheel Installation Note.)

4

Column cover

(See COLUMN COVER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)

5

Clock spring

(See CLOCK SPRING REMOVAL/INSTALLATION [TWO-STEP DEPLOYMENT CONTROL SYSTEM].)

(See CLOCK SPRING REMOVAL/INSTALLATION [STANDARD DEPLOYMENT CONTROL SYSTEM].)

6

Light switch, wiper and washer switch

(See LIGHT SWITCH REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)

(See WIPER AND WASHER SWITCH REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)

7

Start stop unit

(See START STOP UNIT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)

(See Start Stop Unit Removal Note.)

(See Start Stop Unit Installation Note.)

8

Joint cover

9

Joint bolt

10

Steering column component

(See Steering Column Component Removal Note.)

(See Steering Column Component Installation Note.)




1

EPS CM

(See EPS CM Removal Note.)

(See Spacer, Rubber and EPS CM Installation Note.)

2

Rubber

(See Spacer, Rubber and EPS CM Installation Note.)

3

Spacer

(See Spacer, Rubber and EPS CM Installation Note.)

4

Harness bracket

5

Intermediate shaft

(See INTERMEDIATE SHAFT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)

6

Steering column


Steering Wheel Removal Note

CAUTION:

1. Set the vehicle wheels in the straight-ahead position.

2. Remove the steering wheel using any commercially available puller.

Start Stop Unit Removal Note

1. Make a groove on the bolt head by punching it with a chisel using a hammer, and remove the bolts by rotating them counterclockwise.


2. Remove the bolts.

3. Remove the start stop unit from the steering shaft by pulling it in the direction of the arrow shown in the figure.


Steering Column Component Removal Note

CAUTION:

1. Lock the adjusting lever.

2. Remove the bolt, disconnect the intermediate shaft from the steering gear (pinion shaft).

3. Remove nut A.


4. Loosen nut B.


5. Remove the steering column component by tilting it towards the loosened nut B and sliding it outward.


EPS CM Removal Note

1. Disconnect the torque sensor connector (EPS CM side).


2. Remove the EPS CM.

Spacer, Rubber and EPS CM Installation Note

1. Install the spacer and rubber to the steering column.

2. Install the EPS CM so that the projecting part of the EPS CM (rotor) is engaged with the notch in the rubber.


NOTE:

Steering Column Component Installation Note

CAUTION:

1. Temporarily install nut B to the dashboard member.


2. Tilt the steering column component towards the temporarily installed nut B and temporarily install the steering column component to the instrument panel member using nut A

3. Tighten the nuts in the order of nut A and nut B.


4. Insert the intermediate shaft into the steering gear (pinion shaft) to the position shown in the figure, and tighten it using a new bolt.


Start Stop Unit Installation Note

1. Temporarily install the start stop unit to the steering shaft using new start stop unit installation bolts.

2. Tighten the start stop unit installation bolts until the heads break off.


Steering Wheel Installation Note

1. Set the vehicle wheels in the straight-ahead position, and install the steering wheel using a new lockbolt.

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