Mazda 2: HVAC Basic System

Mazda 2 2007-2014 Service Manual / HVAC / HVAC Basic System

HVAC BASIC SYSTEM LOCATION INDEX

Mazda 2. HVAC BASIC SYSTEM LOCATION INDEX

  1. Refrigerant lines
    • (See REFRIGERANT LINE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)
  2. Air intake duct
    • (See AIR INTAKE DUCT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)
    • (See AIR INTAKE DUCT DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY.)
    • (See AIR INTAKE LINK SET REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)
  3. A/C unit
    • (See A/C UNIT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)
    • (See A/C UNIT DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY.)
    • (See AIRFLOW MODE LINK SET REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)
    • (See AIR MIX LINK SET REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)
  4. Heat duct (LH)
    • (See HEAT DUCT COMPONENT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)
  5. Expansion valve
    • (See EXPANSION VALVE REMOVAL.)
    • (See EXPANSION VALVE INSTALLATION.)
  6. Evaporator
    • (See EVAPORATOR INSPECTION.)
  7. Heater core
    • (See HEATER CORE INSPECTION.)
  8. Air filter
    • (See AIR FILTER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)
    • (See AIR FILTER INSPECTION.)
  9. Heat duct (RH)
    • (See HEAT DUCT COMPONENT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)
  10. Receiver/drier
    • (See RECEIVER/DRIER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)
  11. Heater hose
    • (See HEATER HOSE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)
  12. Condenser
    • (See CONDENSER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)
    • (See CONDENSER INSPECTION.)
  13. A/C compressor
    • (See A/C COMPRESSOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)

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A/C UNIT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 1. Set the air intake mode to REC. 2. Disconnect the negative battery cable. 3. Collect the refrigerant. (See REFRIGERANT CHARGING). 4. Drain the engine coolant. (See

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AIR INTAKE DUCT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 1. Set the air intake mode to REC. 2. Disconnect the negative battery cable. 3. Remove the following parts: Glove compartment (See GLOVE COMPARTMENT REMOVAL/IN

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