Mazda 3 since 2003
1. Operation and maintenance of the car
1.1. Description of the car
1.2. System of passive safety
1.3. Use of the car to destination
1.4. Elimination of the malfunctions which arose in way or before a start of motion
1.4.1. Spare wheel and set of tools
1.4.2. Engine overheat
1.4.3. Evacuation of the car
1.4.4. General information and security measures at control survey and maintenance of the car
1.4.4.1. Check of level of engine oil
1.4.4.2. Check of level of cooling liquid
1.4.4.3. Check of level of working liquid in a tank of the steering hydraulic booster
1.4.4.4. Check of level of working liquid of automatic transmission
1.4.4.5. Check and adjustment of the parking brake
1.4.4.6. Check of an axial side play of a steering wheel
1.4.4.7. Replacement of an oil filter
1.4.4.8. Replacement of engine oil
1.4.4.9. Check of level and replacement of oil in MKPP
1.4.4.10. Check of level of liquid of washers of glasses and headlights
1.4.4.11. Lubricant of frictional units on a car body
1.4.4.12. Replacement of the filtering air cleaner filter element
1.4.4.13. Replacement of brushes of screenwash
1.4.4.14. Service of the rechargeable battery
1.4.4.15. Check of level of electrolyte
1.4.4.16. Charge of the rechargeable battery
1.4.4.17. Check of pressure of air in tires
1.4.4.18. Periodic shift of wheels
1.4.5. Lamps of devices of lighting and light alarm system
1.4.6. Care of a body and interior of the car
1.5. Tables
2. Engine
3. Transmission
4. Running gear
5. Steering mechanism
6. Brake system
7. Onboard electric equipment
8. Body
 








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1.4.4.12. Replacement of the filtering air cleaner filter element

NOTE
If the car is operated in the conditions of strongly dusty air, replace the filtering air cleaner element more often than it is established by regulations of maintenance.


Fig. 1.180. Removal of a cover of the filter of the air cleaner


1. Unfasten latches (fig. 1.180).

Fig. 1.181. Extraction of the filtering element


2. Uncover the air cleaner and take out the filtering element (fig. 1.181).
3. Wipe the air cleaner case with damp rags from within.
4. Clear or replace the filtering element.
5. Establish the filtering element and execute the operations described above in the return sequence.
Replace the filtering air cleaner element according to the established regulations of maintenance.

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