Mazda 2: Clutch

CLUTCH LOCATION INDEX

Mazda 2. CLUTCH

  1. Reserve tank
    • (See CLUTCH FLUID INSPECTION)
    • (See CLUTCH FLUID AIR BLEEDING/REPLACEMENT)
  2. Clutch master cylinder
    • (See CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION)
  3. Clutch pedal
    • (See CLUTCH PEDAL INSPECTION)
    • (See CLUTCH PEDAL REMOVAL/INSTALLATION)
  4. Clutch unit
    • (See CLUTCH UNIT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION)
  5. Flywheel
    • (See FLYWHEEL INSPECTION)
  6. Pilot bearing
    • (See PILOT BEARING INSPECTION)
  7. Clutch disc
    • (See CLUTCH DISC INSPECTION)
  8. Clutch cover
    • (See CLUTCH COVER INSPECTION)
  9. Clutch release collar
    • (See CLUTCH RELEASE COLLAR INSPECTION)
  10. Clutch release cylinder
    • (See CLUTCH RELEASE CYLINDER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION)

GENERAL PROCEDURES (CLUTCH)

CAUTION:

NOTE:

CLUTCH FLUID INSPECTION

NOTE:

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CLUTCH FLUID AIR BLEEDING/REPLACEMENT

CAUTION:

NOTE:

Clutch fluid

1. Remove the bleeder cap from the clutch release cylinder, and connect a vinyl hose to the bleeder plug.

2. Place the other end of the vinyl hose in a clear container, and fill fluid in the container during air bleeding.

3. Working with two people, one should depress the clutch pedal a few times and then depress and hold the pedal down.

4. While the clutch pedal is being held down, the other person should loosen the bleeder screw using the commercially available flare nut wrench, and bleed any fluid containing air bubbles. Once completed, tighten the bleeder screw.

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5. Continue to perform Steps 3 and 4 until no air comes from the vinyl hose.

6. Tighten the bleeder screw to the specified torque.

Tightening torque

7. Install the bleeder cap.

8. Fill the reserve tank to MAX with the recommended fluid.

9. Perform the following inspections:

CLUTCH PEDAL INSPECTION

Clutch Pedal Height Inspection

1. Measure the distance from the center of the upper surface of the pedal pad to the floor covering.

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Clutch pedal height (Reference value)

Clutch Pedal Free Play Inspection

1. Depress the clutch pedal by hand until clutch resistance is felt.

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Clutch pedal free play (Reference value)

Clutch Pedal Disengagement Point Inspection

WARNING:

1. Apply the parking brake and fix the front and rear of the wheels with the wheel chocks.

2. Start the engine.

3. With the clutch pedal depressed, move the shift lever to the position just before engaging the reverse gear. (Do not shift completely to reverse position) 4. Gradually release the clutch pedal and then hold it at the point where the sound of gear-grinding begins (clutch disengagement point).

5. Depress the clutch pedal slowly.

6. Hold the pedal when the gear noise stops (clutch pedal disengagement point).

7. Measure distance A (the distance from the clutch pedal disengagement point to the fully depressed position) and the pedal stroke.

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Distance A, from clutch disengagement point to full stroke (Reference value)

Distance B, from clutch disengagement point to floor covering (Reference value)

Clutch pedal stroke (Reference value)

CLUTCH PEDAL REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

CAUTION:

1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. (See BATTERY REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

2. Remove the battery clamp and battery box and battery. (See BATTERY REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

3. Remove in the order indicated in the table.

4. Plug the clutch pipe after removing it to avoid leakage.

5. Install in the reverse order of removal.

6. Fully depress the clutch pedal, and verify that the engine starts.

Mazda 2. CLUTCH

  1. Clutch pedal position switch connector
  2. Clutch pedal position switch
  3. Starter interlock switch connector
  4. Starter interlock switch
  5. Reserve hose
  6. Clutch pipe
  7. Clutch pedal component
  8. Pedal pad

Reserve Hose Removal Note

1. Move the clip upward.

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2. Disconnect the reserve hose.

Clutch Pipe Removal Note

CAUTION:

NOTE:

1. Pull the clutch master cylinder clip to the position shown in the figure and pull out the clutch pipe connector straight to detach it.

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2. Verify that the seal ring is removed together with the clutch pipe connector.

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Starter Interlock Switch Installation Note

1. After installing the clutch pedal component, inspect the clutch pedal. (See CLUTCH PEDAL INSPECTION).

2. Insert the new starter interlock switch into the pedal bracket hole in the direction indicated by arrow A.

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3. Slide the starter interlock switch pressing it in the direction indicated by arrow B until it is locked.

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4. Fully depress the clutch pedal in the direction of arrow C, and verify that a click sound from the starter interlock switch is heard.

Clutch Pedal Position Switch Installation Note

1. Insert the new clutch pedal position switch into hole of the pedal bracket until the switch stops.

2. Rotate the clutch pedal position switch 45

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