Mazda 2: Drive Belt

DRIVE BELT INSPECTION

NOTE:

1. Remove the splash shield (RH).

Mazda 2. DRIVE BELT

2. Verify that the drive belt auto tensioner indicator mark does not exceed the limit.

Mazda 2. DRIVE BELT

3. Visually inspect the drive belt.

4. Install the splash shield (RH).

Tightening torque

DRIVE BELT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

1. Remove the splash shield (RH).

Mazda 2. DRIVE BELT

2. Rotate the drive belt auto tensioner in the direction shown in the figure and remove the drive belt.

Mazda 2. DRIVE BELT

3. Install the drive belt.

4. Verify that the drive belt auto tensioner indicator mark does not exceed the limit. (See DRIVE BELT INSPECTION).

5. Install the splash shield (RH).

Tightening torque

DRIVE BELT AUTO TENSIONER INSPECTION

1. Remove the drive belt. (See DRIVE BELT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

2. Verify that the drive belt auto tensioner moves smoothly in the operational direction.

Mazda 2. DRIVE BELT

3. Rotate the drive belt auto tensioner pulley by hand and verify that it rotates smoothly.

4. Install the drive belt. (See DRIVE BELT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

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