Mazda 2: Oil Seal

OIL SEAL REPLACEMENT

CAUTION:

1. Drain the ATF into a separate suitable container. (See AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID (ATF) REPLACEMENT).

2. Remove the drive shaft and/or joint shaft. (See DRIVE SHAFT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

(See JOINT SHAFT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

3. Remove the oil seal using the flathead screwdriver.

4. Using the SSTs and a hammer, tap a new oil seal in evenly until the SSTs contacts the transaxle case.

Mazda 2. OIL SEAL REPLACEMENT

5. Coat the lip of the oil seal with ATF.

6. Install the drive shaft and/or joint shaft. (See DRIVE SHAFT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

(See JOINT SHAFT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

7. Add the ATF. (See AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID (ATF) REPLACEMENT).

8. Perform the "Mechanical System Test". (See MECHANICAL SYSTEM TEST).

OIL COOLER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

WARNING:

NOTE:

1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

2. Drain the ATF into a separate suitable container. (See AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID (ATF) REPLACEMENT [FN4AEL] ).

3. Remove in the order indicated in the table.

4. Install in the reverse order of removal.

5. Add the ATF. (See AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID (ATF) REPLACEMENT).

6. Connect the negative battery cable.

7. Perform the "Line Pressure Test". (See MECHANICAL SYSTEM TEST).

Mazda 2. OIL COOLER

  1. Hose clamp
  2. Water hose (connected to the water pipe)
  3. Water hose (connected to the outlet)
  4. Oil hose
  5. Oil hose clip
  6. Connector bolt
  7. Packing
  8. Water-cooled oil cooler

Oil Hose Installation Note

1. Install the oil hose.

Water-cooled oil cooler side

Mazda 2. OIL COOLER

Connector bolt side

Mazda 2. OIL COOLER

2. Install the hose clamp within the marked area of the oil hose.

Mazda 2. OIL COOLER

NOTE:

Mazda 2. OIL COOLER

3. Verify that the hose clamp does not interfere with any other components.

OIL COOLER FLUSHING

WARNING:

NOTE:

1. Disconnect the oil cooler hose from the transaxle. (See OIL COOLER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION).

2. Set a clean oil pan up to the oil cooler hose inlet

Mazda 2. OIL COOLER

3. Blow 491-882 kPa {5.01-8.99 kgf/cm2, 71.3-127.0 psi} of compressed air into the oil cooler hose outlet to drain remaining oil.

Mazda 2. OIL COOLER

4. Add new ATF from the oil cooler hose outlet and blow 491-882 kPa {5.01-8.99 kgf/cm2, 71.3-127.0 psi} of compressed air to flush. (Repeat 2 or 3 times)

5. Verify that none of the following foreign material is mixed in with the drained ATF:

6. Repeat the procedures from Step 4 and flush the inside of the oil cooler.

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