Question about 2004 Mazda 6
There is a backup light switch that is probably bad and need replace. It was a $50 part and the dealer said it would be about $45 to install.
I am of moderate mechanical ability and I was able to do it in about 45 min.
It requires you to move the Air-box and tubing aside and then removing the switch. You will notice it almost directly under the battery. It has a BLUE plastic plug on top that is connected to a wire. it requires a 21mm wrench to get it off. The wrench doesn't fit on very well since it is very tight spot. You could remove one of the bolts that connects on the trans but that is something I didn't want to do.
Google this "replace mazda 6 backup switch" and follow the first link to the Mazda6 forum and there are pics
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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