Mazda 2: Quick Release Connector (Emission System)

Mazda 2 2007-2014 Service Manual / Engine / Emission System / Quick Release Connector (Emission System)

QUICK RELEASE CONNECTOR (EMISSION SYSTEM) REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

CAUTION:

Quick Release Connector Type

CAUTION:

Mazda 2. QUICK RELEASE CONNECTOR (EMISSION SYSTEM) REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

Type A Removal

CAUTION:

NOTE:

When using SST 49 E042 001

NOTE:

1. Set the SST parallel to the quick release connector.

Mazda 2. QUICK RELEASE CONNECTOR (EMISSION SYSTEM) REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

NOTE:

2. Hold the center of the retainer tabs with the SST ends and press the retainer.

3. Pull the connector side and disconnect the quick release connector.

4. Raise a retainer tab using the SST and remove the retainer.

Mazda 2. QUICK RELEASE CONNECTOR (EMISSION SYSTEM) REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

5. Cover the disconnected quick release connector and evaporative pipe with vinyl sheeting or a similar material to prevent it from getting scratched or dirty.

When using SST 49 N013 103A (Part of 49 N013 1A0D)

1. Insert the SST into the quick release connector.

Mazda 2. QUICK RELEASE CONNECTOR (EMISSION SYSTEM) REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

2. Pull the evaporative hose straight out from the evaporative pipe and disconnect it.

3. Cover the disconnected quick release connector and evaporative pipe with vinyl sheeting or a similar material to prevent it from getting scratched or dirty.

Type B Removal

1. Move the retainer upward using a small flathead screwdriver or a similar tool.

Mazda 2. QUICK RELEASE CONNECTOR (EMISSION SYSTEM) REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

2. Pull out the evaporative hose straight from the evaporative pipe and disconnect it.

3. Cover the disconnected quick release connector and evaporative pipe with vinyl sheeting or a similar material to prevent it from getting scratched or dirty.

Type A Installation

CAUTION:

NOTE:

Mazda 2. QUICK RELEASE CONNECTOR (EMISSION SYSTEM) REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

1. Inspect the evaporative hose and evaporative pipe sealing surface for damage and deformation.

2. Apply a small amount of clean engine oil to the sealing surface of the evaporative pipe.

3. Install a new retainer to the quick release connector.

4. Reconnect the hose straight to the pipe until a click is heard.

5. Lightly pull and push the quick release connector a few times by hand, and then verify that it is connected securely.

Type B Installation

NOTE:

1. Inspect the evaporative hose and evaporative pipe sealing surface for damage and deformation.

2. Install the quick release connector.

Mazda 2. QUICK RELEASE CONNECTOR (EMISSION SYSTEM) REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

  • If the retainer cannot be pushed down, push the evaporative pipe further to the quick release connector.

3. Lightly pull and push the quick release connector a few times by hand, and then verify that it is connected securely.

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