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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Put key in ignition. Hold down one of the key buttons and hold it down while you turn the ignition on. Door locks should pop up and down. Then release button and remove key.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks for the feedback. . is this programing done using the new key first or do i need to use my old key to start the Programming process thanks"
I'm sending you the torque specifications for your main bearings and also your head bolts. I also sent you main bearing and cylinder head tightening sequence. I hope this will be useful
Main Bearings Torque specs. 40-43 Ft. Lbs.
Cylinder Head Torque specs. 56-60 Ft. Lbs.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
Testimonial: "thank you so much! couldnt find this information anywhere, even called the local mazda dealers!"
Crank Main caps Tightening Torque
For the 12 Pointed Head Bearing Cap Sub-Assembly Bolts
Start from center bolts and tighten in a clockwise rotation working out
Step 1 all bolts 22 Nm or 16 ft lb
Step 2 all bolts 44 Nm or 32 ft lb
Step 3 all bolts 45 degrees additional clockwise rotation using an angle indicator.
Step 4 all bolts 45 degrees additional clockwise rotation using an angle indicator.
Hexagon Head Bearing Cap Sub-Assembly Bolts
1ZZ-FE Engine 18.5 Nm (14 ft.lb)
2ZZ-GE Engine 18 Nm (13 ft.lb)
1. Apply a light coat of engine oil on the threads and under the heads of the connecting rod cap bolts.
2. Install and alternately tighten the 2 connecting rod cap bolts in several passes. Torque: 1ZZ-FE: 20 Nm (204 kgf-cm, 15 ft. lbs.) 2ZZ-GE: 30 Nm (306 kgf-cm, 22 ft. lbs.) If any of the connecting rod cap bolts does not meet the torque specification, replace the connecting rod cap bolts.
3. Retighten the cap bolts by 90° more
4. Check that the crankshaft turns smoothly.
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
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