Everything that happens before and after is just waiting. Here's the Drain and Fill bolts. Logged I measured what came out of the fill plug and it's almost a quart more than 750 ml and just under a qt. An oil drain pan and a place to properly dispose of it. You want to live to drive your car with your new transmission fluid, don't you? Here is a guide to changing your 6 speed's fluids. I'm not sure if this is a really serious issue, or if it's an easy fix.
The cover over the way back is easy to pop out and back in - and can be connected to raise with the hatch - or not. When you're done, you'll have this: And now you can get to the transmission drain and fill bolts. I was expecting some to come out, but not that much. To replace forks, bearings, crown gear, you won't need a manual. I experienced a reluctant 2nd gear, especially when cold. Maybe i fried the starter.
Brake cleaner helped clean them up. The two rear nuts can stay on the car, and they'll help when you re-install the shield. I assume that it is, but am not sure of the exact risks associated with it. Dont see how ground could be bad as it grounds itself. Showing parts 1 through 10 below. That is the only explanation for the mud on the drain plug magnet. Read the last quote in first post.
One thing I found while looking through every transmission manual I could find for our car is that according to Mazda 1-3 are supposed to have triple synchonizers and 4 has a double. The shifter mechanism must be cleaned out real good with paper towels before adding lube. Of course the vehicle also has its civilized side with plenty of room for the family, reasonable trunk space and a whole host of the usual safety features. In fact, it's the perfect tool for getting to the refill plug around the curve of the side of the transmission. The salvage yards selling used parts through our service are some of the most reputable salvage yards you will ever deal with.
The manuals are for educational purposes and can not be used commercially. This car is all of the above. Here's mine: and then again, after I cleaned it up: They're a pain to clean because the grit doesn't want to come off the magnet, but I have compressed air, and the high pressure nozzle works for me. The differences in the fluids is amazing. Other enhanced components in the engine include steel connecting rods and crankshaft, increased diameters of connecting rod pins, optimized rod shape and the introduction of full floating pistons.
One of the best reasons to purchase parts through our retailers is that fit, form, function and quality are guaranteed. In harsh environments like autocross the power assist has been known to fail. You'll probably get enough help this way to take you through the process. Remove the tube and clean up the drips. Even though my car has low mileage, the transmission oil stunk and the diff oil was worse. Now reverse the procedure for installing the two shields. While he did that, I picked out some pebbles on the tires If you read this thread from the start, there's quite a few things that can go wrong if you trust the project to some paid jerk.
After driving about a block or two, it was time to join the highway, so I pushed the accelerator pedal and aimed for a suitable gap in the northbound traffic. There have been so many people with problems at that connection. It will take one bottle. Here's the Fill Bolt see finger : And here's the Drain Bolt see finger : 5. Quick question; I'm swapping my motor this weekend and am going to change the tranny, transfer case and rear diff fluids and Summit Racing is down the street from me so I'll get Redline fluids for the transfer case and rear diff already have 3 quarts of the Motorcraft stuff for the trans.
I love the sporty look of the car, it's roomy enough for me to take my nieces and nephews around comfortably and it has been fairly good on gas. The older cars take about 5 minutes to change the fluid since there is no shielding and braces under the car. I think I'll try to change my differential fluid at least once a year based on the color. I never find my self wishing something was easier to reach or use. If you remove it by mistake, your car will have to go into the shop, and the transmission will have to be pulled out, pulled apart, and repaired. Get that custom look for your car! The tube will want to slip out of the fill hole, and it will be a mess, plus you won't have enough fluid to finish the job if some of it is pooling on the concrete. Changing the transmission and differential fluid allows the rotating parts to remain properly lubricated, provides you a better shifting feel and gives you the satisfaction of knowing that you're protecting your car from wear.