Mazda 2: Conventional Brake System

Mazda 2 2007-2014 Service Manual / Brakes / Conventional Brake System

CONVENTIONAL BRAKE SYSTEM LOCATION INDEX

Mazda 2. CONVENTIONAL BRAKE SYSTEM LOCATION INDEX

  1. Vacuum line
    • (See VACUUM LINE INSPECTION.)
    • (See VACUUM HOSE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)
  2. Brake fluid
    • (See BRAKE FLUID INSPECTION.)
    • (See BRAKE FLUID AIR BLEEDING.)
  3. Power brake unit
    • (See POWER BRAKE UNIT INSPECTION.)
    • (See POWER BRAKE UNIT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)
  4. Brake pedal
    • (See BRAKE PEDAL INSPECTION.)
    • (See BRAKE PEDAL REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)
  5. Brake switch
    • (See BRAKE SWITCH INSPECTION [MTX].)
    • (See BRAKE SWITCH INSPECTION [ATX].)
  6. Rear brake (drum)
    • (See REAR BRAKE (DRUM) INSPECTION.)
    • (See REAR BRAKE (DRUM) REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)
    • (See WHEEL CYLINDER DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY.)
    • (See BRAKE HOSE (REAR) REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)
  7. Front brake (disc)
    • (See FRONT BRAKE (DISC) INSPECTION.)
    • (See FRONT BRAKE (DISC) REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)
    • (See DISC PAD (FRONT) REPLACEMENT.)
    • (See CALIPER (FRONT) DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY.)
    • (See BRAKE HOSE (FRONT) REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)
  8. Master cylinder
    • (See MASTER CYLINDER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)
    • (See BRAKE FLUID LEVEL SENSOR INSPECTION.)

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