Mazda 2: Road Test

WARNING:

NOTE:

Road Test Preparation

1. Inspect the engine coolant. (See ENGINE COOLANT LEVEL INSPECTION).

2. Inspect the engine oil. (See ENGINE OIL LEVEL INSPECTION).

3. Inspect the ATF. (See AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID (ATF) INSPECTION).

4. Inspect the idle speed. (See ENGINE TUNE-UP).

5. Inspect the ignition timing. (See ENGINE TUNE-UP).

6. Verify that no DTCs recorded. (See ON-BOARD DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM DTC INSPECTION).

Shift Diagram (Normal Mode at D Position)

Mazda 2. ROAD TEST

D Position Test

1. Perform "Road Test Preparation". (See Road Test Preparation).

2. Warm-up the transaxle until the ATF temperature reaches 60-70

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