Mazda 2: Spare Tyre and Tool Storage

Spare tyre and tools are stored in the locations illustrated in the diagram.

Spare Tyre and Tool Storage


*1 The jack point attachment can be used by vehicle repair shops and road assistance services.

Consult an Authorised Mazda Repairer for details.

Hatchback

Hatchback


Without spare tyre

Without spare tyre


Jack *

NOTE

Your vehicle may or may not be equipped with a jack. For details, consult an Authorised Mazda Dealer.

To remove the jack

(With spare tyre)

Saloon

  1. Lift the boot mat.
  2. Remove the boot board.

To remove the jack


  1. Turn the wing bolt and jack screw anticlockwise.

To remove the jack


Hatchback

  1. Remove the cover.

To remove the jack


  1. Turn the wing bolt and jack screw anticlockwise.

To remove the jack


(Without spare tyre)

  1. Lift the luggage compartment mat.

To remove the jack


  1. Remove the jack.

To secure the jack

(With spare tyre)

  1. Insert the wing bolt into the jack with the jack screw pointing to the right (Saloon) or down (Hatchback) and turn the wing bolt clockwise to temporarily tighten it.
  2. Turn the jack screw in the direction shown in the fi gure.

Saloon

To secure the jack


Hatchback

To secure the jack


  1. Turn the wing bolt completely to secure the jack.

NOTE

If the jack is not completely secured, it could rattle while driving. Make sure the jack screw is suffi ciently tightened.

  1. Return the boot board to its original position (Saloon), or insert the cover tabs and install the cover (Hatchback).

NOTE

Verify that the cover is securely installed.

(Without spare tyre)

Perform the removal procedure in reverse.

Maintenance

Spare Tyre *

Your Mazda has a temporary spare tyre.

The temporary spare tyre is lighter and smaller than a conventional tyre, and is designed only for emergency use and should be used only for VERY short periods. Temporary spare tyres should NEVER be used for long drives or extended periods.

WARNING

Do not install the temporary spare tyre on the front wheels (driving wheels): Driving with the temporary spare tyre on one of the front driving wheels is dangerous. Handling will be affected.

You could lose control of the vehicle, especially on ice or snow bound roads, and have an accident. Move a regular tyre to the front wheel and install the temporary spare tyre to the rear.

CAUTION

When using the temporary spare tyre, driving stability may decrease compared to when using only the conventional tyre. Drive carefully.

To avoid damage to the temporary spare tyre or to the vehicle, observe the following precautions:

To remove the spare tyre

  1. Lift the boot/luggage compartment mat.

To remove the spare tyre


  1. Turn the spare tyre hold-down bolt anticlockwise.

Without spare tyre


To secure the spare tyre

Store the spare tyre in the reverse order of removal. After storing, verify that the spare tyre is stored securely.

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