Mazda 2: Jacking Positions, Vehicle Lift (2 Supports) and Safety Stand (Rigid Rack) Positions

Mazda 2 2007-2014 Service Manual / General Information / Jacking Positions, Vehicle Lift (2 Supports) and Safety Stand (Rigid Rack) Positions

Jacking Positions

WARNING:

Front

NOTE:

Rear

Mazda 2. Jacking Positions, Vehicle Lift (2 Supports) and Safety Stand (Rigid Rack) Positions

Vehicle Lift Positions, Safety Stand Positions

Front and rear

WARNING:

CAUTION:

Mazda 2. Jacking Positions, Vehicle Lift (2 Supports) and Safety Stand (Rigid Rack) Positions

TOWING

Mazda 2. Jacking Positions, Vehicle Lift (2 Supports) and Safety Stand (Rigid Rack) Positions

CAUTION:

Mazda 2. Jacking Positions, Vehicle Lift (2 Supports) and Safety Stand (Rigid Rack) Positions

CAUTION:

Mazda 2. Jacking Positions, Vehicle Lift (2 Supports) and Safety Stand (Rigid Rack) Positions

Vehicle Securing Position

Mazda 2. Jacking Positions, Vehicle Lift (2 Supports) and Safety Stand (Rigid Rack) Positions

CAUTION:

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