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Mazda3 2003-2008 factory workshop and repair manual download

Mazda3 2003-2008  factory workshop and repair manual download

Mazda3 2003-2008 factory workshop and repair manual download

Mazda 3 factory workshop and repair manual 2003-2008

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US manual covering the Pertrol/ gasoline US and Canadian models 2L 2.3L and 2.3L turboEngines

  • LF
  • L3 including Turbo

Contents

  • Electrical Wiring Diagrams
  • Automatic Transmission Unit Repair
  • Air Conditioning
  • Automatic Transaxle
  • Body
  • Body Electrical
  • Brake
  • Charging
  • Clutch
  • Collision Body Repair Manual
  • Cooling
  • EFI
  • Emission Control
  • Engine Mechanical
  • Engines
  • Exhaust
  • Front Axle and Suspension
  • Ignition
  • Lubrication
  • Maintenance
  • Manual Transmission
  • Propeller Shaft
  • Rear Axle and Suspension
  • Service Specifications
  • SST and SSM
  • Standard Bolt Torque Specs
  • Starting
  • Steering
  • TurboCharger

About the Mazda3

The Mazda3 or Mazda 3 (known as the Mazda Axela in Japan and Trinidad) is a compact vehicle manufactured in Japan by the Mazda Motor Corporation. It was introduced for the 2004 model year, replacing the Familia/323/Proteg�©. A far more performance-oriented version of the Mazda3 is marketed as the Mazdaspeed3 in North America and the Mazda3 MPS in Europe.

The Mazda3 has been generally well received by the automotive press for its performance, handling, styling and interior, with some describing it as feeling like a much more expensive sport sedan despite its value-oriented cost. Some criticisms have included gas economy and crash test results (only receiving four out of a maximum five stars from the EURO NCAP Safety Testing Programme) the latter of which was rectified by making six airbags standard. In 2006 the Mazda3 was the second best-selling car in Canada and the best selling car in Israel during 2005–2007.

The Mazda3 is based on the Ford global C1 platform, shared with the most recent European Ford Focus and Volvo S40. Based on the styling of the MX-Sportif concept car, the Mazda3 is available in two human body styles, a four-door sedan, advertised as "coup�© style" in European countries, and a five-door hatchback, branded the Sport version in Canada, Japan, and the United States. The lead stylist for this model generation was Moray Callum.

The front suspension comprises MacPherson struts, with coil springs and an anti-roll bar. The rear suspension is a Ford-designed "E-link" multi-link suspension, with four locating links per wheel and an anti-roll bar, suspended on coil springs that are installed inboard of the shock absorbers to reduce suspension intrusion into the cargo area. Four-wheel Disc brakes are fitted, with 300 mm (11.8 in) discs in the front and 279 mm (11 in) discs in the rear; ABS and electronic brake force distribution are standard or available, according to the model. Wheel and tire sizes vary with model, from 15" on base models to optional 17" wheels on upper-level models.

When first introduced, United States-market Mazda3 models were available in only two trim levels, s and i, with the 2.0 L and 2.3 L engines, respectively. Since then Mazda has introduced extra models under the Touring and Grand Touring labels. British Mazda3s are provided in S, TS, TS2, Sport, and a top end 2.3ltr turbocharged Mazda3 MPS (Mazda Performance Series) models. Since April 2008, when there was a mainly cosmetic facelift of the Mazda3, there have been some changes to the trim designations for UK cars, with the models now being the entry level S, then Takara (which replaces TS & TS2), the Tamara Special Edition and the Sport and MPS as before.

All 3 models use the inline-4 Mazda MZR motor, with various displacements, kinds and outputs including the MZ-CD turbodiesel, depending on model and market. Transmissions are a five-speed manual transmission and a four-speed automatic transmission; since the 2006 model year, a five-speed automatic is optional on models with the 2.3 L engine. This transmission has now been made standard on the 2.0 L engine in Japan (FWD models just), as part of a minor facelift in early 2008 which includes different front/rear bumper designs, new wheel designs and body colors, stiffened chassis, and better interior materials. The MPS / Mazdaspeed version is only available with a six-speed manual.

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