Mazda 2: Door and Liftgate

DOOR AND LIFTGATE LOCATION INDEX

Mazda 2. DOOR AND LIFTGATE LOCATION INDEX

  1. Liftgate hinge
  2. Stay damper
  3. Front door pad
  4. Front door
  5. Front door module panel
  6. Rear door
  7. Rear door module panel
  8. Front door hinge
  9. Front door checker
  10. Rear door hinge
  11. Rear door checker
  12. Rear door pad
  13. Liftgate

FRONT DOOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

WARNING:

1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

2. Remove in the order indicated in the table.

Mazda 2. FRONT DOOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

  1. Bolt A
  2. Connector
  3. Bolt B
  4. Front door

3. Install in the reverse order of removal.

4. Adjust the front door. (See DOOR ADJUSTMENT).

Connector Removal Note

1. Pull the rubber boot outward.

Mazda 2. FRONT DOOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

2. Press the tab in the direction of arrow (1) shown in the figure using a tape-wrapped flathead screwdriver, and remove the connector from the body in the direction of arrow (2) shown in the figure.

Mazda 2. FRONT DOOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

3. Lower the lever in the direction of arrow (1), and disconnect the connector in the direction of arrow (2).

Mazda 2. FRONT DOOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

FRONT DOOR MODULE PANEL REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

1. To access the glass installation bolt, position the front door glass so that the distance from the top of the front door glass to the upper part of the front beltline molding is approx. 100 mm {3.94 in}.

Mazda 2. FRONT DOOR MODULE PANEL REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

3. Remove the following parts:

  1. Inner garnish (See INNER GARNISH REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  2. Front door trim (See FRONT DOOR TRIM REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  3. Front door speaker (See FRONT DOOR SPEAKER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  4. Front door glass (See FRONT DOOR GLASS REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

4. Remove the clips securing the front door wiring harness from the front door module panel.

Mazda 2. FRONT DOOR MODULE PANEL REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

5. Remove the bolts.

Mazda 2. FRONT DOOR MODULE PANEL REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

6. Remove the fastener.

7. Remove the front door module panel.

8. Remove the front power window motor. (See POWER WINDOW MOTOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

9. Remove the front power window regulator. (See FRONT POWER WINDOW REGULATOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

10. Install in the reverse order of removal.

FRONT DOOR PAD REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

1. To access the glass installation bolt, position the front door glass so that the distance from the top of the front door glass to the upper part of the front beltline molding is approx. 100 mm 3.94{in}.

Mazda 2. FRONT DOOR PAD REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

3. Remove the following parts:

  1. Inner garnish (See INNER GARNISH REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  2. Front door trim (See FRONT DOOR TRIM REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  3. Front door speaker (See FRONT DOOR SPEAKER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  4. Front door glass (See FRONT DOOR GLASS REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  5. Front door module panel (See FRONT DOOR MODULE PANEL REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

4. Remove the fasteners.

Mazda 2. FRONT DOOR PAD REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

5. Remove the front door pad.

6. Remove the double-sided adhesive tape on the front door pad and body using a utility knife.

WARNING:

7. Install in the reverse order of removal.

  1. When reusing the front door pad, affix double-sided adhesive tape to the front door pad as shown in the figure.

Mazda 2. FRONT DOOR PAD REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

FRONT DOOR CHECKER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

1. Fully close the front door glass.

2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

3. Remove the inner garnish. (See INNER GARNISH REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

4. Remove the front door trim. (See FRONT DOOR TRIM REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

5. Remove the front door speaker. (See FRONT DOOR SPEAKER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

6. Remove the bolt.

Mazda 2. FRONT DOOR CHECKER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

7. Remove the bolts.

Mazda 2. FRONT DOOR CHECKER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

8. Pull out the front door checker from the front speaker installation hole.

9. Install in the reverse order of removal.

FRONT DOOR HINGE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

2. Remove the following parts:

  1. Sail garnish (See SAIL GARNISH REMOVAL/INSTALLATION)
  2. Front side turn light (See SIDE TURN LIGHT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  3. Front bumper (See FRONT BUMPER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  4. Front combination light (See FRONT COMBINATION LIGHT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  5. Side step molding (vehicles with side step molding) (See SIDE STEP MOLDING REMOVAL). (See SIDE STEP MOLDING INSTALLATION).
  6. Front fender panel (See FRONT FENDER PANEL REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  7. Front door (See FRONT DOOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

3. Remove in the order indicated in the table.

Mazda 2. FRONT DOOR HINGE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

  1. Bolt
  2. Front door hinge

4. Install in the reverse order of removal.

REAR DOOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

WARNING:

1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

2. Remove in the order indicated in the table.

Mazda 2. REAR DOOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

  1. Bolt A
  2. Connector
  3. Bolt B
  4. Rear door

3. Install in the reverse order of removal.

4. Adjust the rear door. (See DOOR ADJUSTMENT).

Connector Removal Note

1. While pressing the tab in the direction of arrow (1), disconnect the connector in the direction of arrow (2).

Mazda 2. REAR DOOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

REAR DOOR MODULE PANEL REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

1. To access the glass installation bolt, position the rear door glass so that the distance from the top of the rear door glass to the upper part of the rear beltline molding is approx. 200 mm {7.87 in}.

Mazda 2. REAR DOOR MODULE PANEL REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

3. Remove the following parts:

  1. Sail inner garnish (See SAIL INNER GARNISH REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  2. Rear door garnish (See REAR DOOR GARNISH REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  3. Rear door trim (See REAR DOOR TRIM REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  4. Rear door speaker (See REAR DOOR SPEAKER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  5. Rear door glass (See REAR DOOR GLASS REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

4. Remove the clips securing the rear door wiring harness from the rear door module panel.

Mazda 2. REAR DOOR MODULE PANEL REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

5. Remove the bolts.

Mazda 2. REAR DOOR MODULE PANEL REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

6. Remove the fastener.

7. Remove the rear door module panel.

8. Remove the rear power window motor. (See POWER WINDOW MOTOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

9. Remove the rear power window regulator. (See REAR POWER WINDOW REGULATOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

10. Install in the reverse order of removal.

REAR DOOR PAD REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

1. To access the glass installation bolt, position the rear door glass so that the distance from the top of the rear door glass to the upper part of the rear beltline molding is approx. 200 mm {7.87 in}.

Mazda 2. REAR DOOR PAD REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

3. Remove the following parts:

  1. Sail inner garnish (See SAIL INNER GARNISH REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  2. Rear door garnish (See REAR DOOR GARNISH REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  3. Rear door trim (See REAR DOOR TRIM REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  4. Rear door speaker (See REAR DOOR SPEAKER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  5. Rear door glass (See REAR DOOR GLASS REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  6. Rear door module panel (See REAR DOOR MODULE PANEL

4. Remove the fasteners.

Mazda 2. REAR DOOR PAD REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

5. Remove the rear door pad (upper).

6. Remove the double-sided adhesive tape on the rear door pad (upper) and body using a utility knife.

WARNING:

7. Remove the fasteners.

Mazda 2. REAR DOOR PAD REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

8. Remove the rear door pad (lower).

9. Install in the reverse order of removal.

  1. When reusing the rear door pad (upper), affix double-sided adhesive tape to the rear door pad (upper) as shown in the figure.

Mazda 2. REAR DOOR PAD REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

REAR DOOR CHECKER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

1. Fully close the rear door glass.

2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

3. Remove the sail inner garnish. (See SAIL INNER GARNISH REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

4. Remove the rear door trim. (See REAR DOOR TRIM REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

5. Remove the rear door speaker. (See REAR DOOR SPEAKER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

6. Remove the bolt.

Mazda 2. REAR DOOR CHECKER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

7. Remove the bolts.

Mazda 2. REAR DOOR CHECKER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

8. Pull out the rear door checker from the rear speaker installation hole.

9. Install in the reverse order of removal.

REAR DOOR HINGE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

2. Remove the following parts:

  1. Rear door (See REAR DOOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  2. Front scuff plate (See FRONT SCUFF PLATE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  3. Rear scuff plate (See REAR SCUFF PLATE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  4. B-pillar lower trim (See B-PILLAR LOWER TRIM REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

3. Remove in the order indicated in the table.

Mazda 2. REAR DOOR HINGE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

  1. Bolts
  2. Nut
  3. Rear door hinge

4. Install in the reverse order of removal.

LIFTGATE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

NOTE:

WARNING:

1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

2. Remove the liftgate upper trim. (See LIFTGATE UPPER TRIM REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

3. Remove the liftgate lower trim. (See LIFTGATE LOWER TRIM REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

4. Disconnect the connectors.

Mazda 2. LIFTGATE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

5. Remove the grommets from the liftgate.

NOTE:

6. Tie each string to connectors (1) and (2) shown in the figure.

NOTE:

Mazda 2. LIFTGATE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

7. Pull out the liftgate wiring harness as shown in the figure while grasping the end of the string so that the end of the string does not enter the liftgate.

Mazda 2. LIFTGATE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

8. Untie the strings from connectors (1) and (2).

9. Disconnect the joint pipe of the rear washer hose.

Mazda 2. LIFTGATE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

10. Remove the stay damper band using a tape-wrapped flathead screwdriver.

Mazda 2. LIFTGATE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

11. Remove the stay damper.

12. Remove the ball stud.

13. Remove the bolts.

Mazda 2. LIFTGATE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

14. Remove the liftgate.

15. Install in the reverse order of removal.

16. Adjust the liftgate. (See LIFTGATE ADJUSTMENT).

LIFTGATE HINGE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

2. Remove the following parts:

  1. Liftgate (See LIFTGATE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  2. Rear scuff plate (See REAR SCUFF PLATE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  3. Rear seat back (See REAR SEAT BACK REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  4. Rear seat cushion (See REAR SEAT CUSHION REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  5. Lower anchor installation bolts on the rear seat belt. (See REAR SEAT BELT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION)
  6. Trunk end trim (See TRUNK END TRIM REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  7. Trunk side trim (See TRUNK SIDE TRIM REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).
  8. C-pillar trim (See C-PILLAR TRIM REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

3. Peel back the seaming welt to the point indicated by the arrow in the figure.

Mazda 2. LIFTGATE HINGE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

4. Remove the fasteners on the rear part of the headliner and remove the nut while partially peeling back the headliner.

NOTE:

Mazda 2. LIFTGATE HINGE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

5. Remove the liftgate hinge.

6. Install in the reverse order of removal.

LIFTGATE MANUAL OPEN/CLOSE PROCEDURE

NOTE:

Opening the Liftgate

1. Fold down the rear seat back.

2. Remove the liftgate lower trim. (See LIFTGATE LOWER TRIM REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

CAUTION:

Mazda 2. LIFTGATE MANUAL OPEN/CLOSE PROCEDURE

3. Move the lever shown in the figure to the left to unlock the liftgate.

STAY DAMPER DISPOSAL

NOTE:

1. Wear protective eye wear.

2. Position the stay damper horizontally.

Mazda 2. STAY DAMPER DISPOSAL

3. Drain gas and oil by cutting the position indicated in the figure to a 2-3 mm {0.08- 0.11 in} depth using a metal saw.

CAUTION:

4. Verify that the gas and oil is drained completely by pulling and pushing the piston rod several times with the cut position facing downward.

Mazda 2. STAY DAMPER DISPOSAL

5. Cut off the bottom of the stay damper.

Mazda 2. STAY DAMPER DISPOSAL

6. Dispose of the stay damper.

DOOR ADJUSTMENT

1. Measure the gap and height difference between the door and the body.

2. Adjust the gap and height difference to the standard range by moving the door back and forth, left and right.

Mazda 2. DOOR ADJUSTMENT

Standard range

3. Tighten the bolts.

4. If the door does not open/close smoothly, adjust it by loosening the door lock striker installation screw.

LIFTGATE ADJUSTMENT

1. Measure the gap and height difference between the liftgate and the body.

2. Loosen the liftgate hinge installation bolts and adjust the gap by moving the liftgate.

Mazda 2. LIFTGATE ADJUSTMENT

Standard clearance

3. Tighten the bolts.

POWER WINDOW MAIN SWITCH DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY

1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

2. Remove the inner garnish. (See INNER GARNISH REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

3. Remove the driver's side front door trim. (See FRONT DOOR TRIM REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

4. Remove the power window main switch. (See FRONT DOOR TRIM DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY).

5. Disassemble in the order shown in the figure.

6. Assemble in the reverse order of disassembly.

Mazda 2. POWER WINDOW MAIN SWITCH DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY

  1. Screw A
  2. Power window main switch lower housing
  3. Screw B
  4. Mother board
  5. Pusher A
  6. Pusher B
  7. Pusher C
  8. Power window main switch upper housing

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