Mazda 626

1991-1998 of release

Repair and operation of the car



Mazda 626

+ 1. Maintenance instruction
- 2. Maintenance
   2.1. Technical characteristics
   2.2. Schedule of maintenance of Ford Probe, Mazdas 626 and MX-6
   2.3. Primary and secondary checks
   2.4. Check of level of oil and liquids
   2.5. Check of a condition of tires and pressure in tires
   2.6. Check of level of liquid of system of hydrostrengthening of steering
   2.7. Check of level of automatic transmission liquid
   2.8. Replacement of engine oil and oil filter
   2.9. Check of seat belts
   2.10. Survey and replacement of brushes of screen wipers
   2.11. Check, maintenance and accumulator charging
   2.12. Check, adjustment of a tension and replacement of a driving belt
   2.13. Check and replacement of hoses in a motive compartment
   2.14. Check of the cooling system
   2.15. Shift of wheels
   2.16. Check of the brake system
   2.17. Check of level of oil of the mechanical transmission
   2.18. Replacement of the air filter
   2.19. Check and replacement of spark plugs
   2.20. Check and replacement of elements of system of ignition
   2.21. Check and replacement of the valve of ventilation of a case
   2.22. Check and adjustment of speed of idling (model till 1997)
   2.23. Check and adjustment of a corner of an advancing of ignition (model till 1997)
   2.24. Replacement of cooling liquid and washing of the cooling system
   2.25. Replacement of brake fluid
   2.26. Check of steering and suspension bracket
   2.27. Automatic transmission liquid replacement
   2.28. Replacement of oil of the mechanical transmission
   2.29. Check of the exhaust system
   2.30. Check of a power supply system
   2.31. Check and adjustment of gaps of valves (model of 1998 of release)
   2.32. Replacement of the fuel filter
+ 3. Engines
+ 4. Heating and ventilation
+ 5. Fuel system
+ 6. Exhaust system
+ 7. Transmissions
+ 8. Coupling and half shafts
+ 9. Brake system
+ 10. Running gear
+ 11. Body
+ 12. Electric equipment
+ 13. Electrical circuitries
+ 14. Useful tips


2.11. Check, maintenance and accumulator charging

GENERAL INFORMATION

Tools and materials necessary for maintenance of the accumulator

1. Protective guard / points

2. Soda

3. Technical vaseline

4. The tool for cleaning of plugs of the accumulator

5. Laying

6. Stripper

7. The tool for cleaning of contacts

8. Rubber gloves

Check

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. Before work with the accumulator prepare necessary tools and materials.

Prevention

Electrolyte of the accumulator contains sulfuric acid and emits hydrogen which at mix with air becomes explosive. Observe precautionary measures during the work with the accumulator.


2. Examine the accumulator on existence of leak or damages. Check reliability of fastening of the accumulator. Check a condition of plugs of the accumulator and reliability of contact of wires.
3. Check accumulator charging. On some accumulators for check of charging the special sensor is provided.

Maintenance

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. Corrosion on accumulator plugs usually looks as white powder.
2. If at plugs of the accumulator there is a corrosion, disconnect wires from the accumulator.
3. Clear accumulator plugs before formation of a pure brilliant surface.
4. Remove all traces of corrosion from contacts of wires.
5. Clear the shelf of the accumulator if it is necessary. Grease accumulator plugs with technical vaseline and connect wires. Reliably fix the accumulator on the accumulator shelf.

Accumulator charging

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. For accumulator charging it is recommended to use the charger with small current of charging (1–2 Ampere). For bystry charging it is possible to use the charger with big current of charging, however, it should not exceed 1/10 powers of the accumulator.
2. For a full charge of the accumulator with the charger with small current of charging there are usually enough 12–16 hours.



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