Quick Tips Mazda 2002 Tribute page 20 page 1 Revised January 14

Quick Tips
Mazda
2002 Tribute
page 20
page 1
Revised January 14, 2002
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
5,000 miles*
A
7,500 miles
A
15,000 miles
A
22,500 miles
A
30,000 miles
A B
37,500 miles
A
45,000 miles
A
52,500 miles
A
60,000 miles
A B C
67,500 miles
A
75,000 miles
A
82,500 miles
A
D
90,000 miles
95,000 miles
E
A B
Tip: For additional service
intervals and complete details,
see Owner’s Manual
Maintenance notes
This Quick Tips® guide is provided
Rotate tires every 3,750 miles
by Mazda North American
Operations to make your Mazda
A. Change: Engine oil/replace
ownership experience more
oil filter
convenient. It is not intended to
B .Inspect: Drive belts, fuel lines
replace your Owner’s Manual.
and hoses, brake lines and
hoses, disc and drum brakes,
If you have any questions about
steering operation and linkages,
your vehicle, you are invited to
front and rear suspension ball
contact your local dealer.
joints, driveshaft dust boots,
Or if you need additional help,
chassis and body bolts, exhaust
feel free to call our
system heat shields, cooling
Customer Assistance Center
system, refrigerant amount
at 1-800-222-5500
Monday through Friday,
Lubricate: All locks and hinges
9 a.m.- 4 :45 p.m., Pacific
Replace: Air filter, fuel filter
9 a.m.-5:45 p.m., Eastern/Central
C .Inspect: Engine valve
clearance (2.0L), hoses and
tubes for emission system
D. Replace: Engine timing
belt (2.0L)†
©2002 Calcar, Quick Tips® is a trademark
E . Replace: PCV valve (2.0L)†
of Calcar, made in USA 12/01 54.38M GL
* Special operating conditions
† See Owner’s Manual
Mazda North American Operations reserves
the right to change product specifications at
any time without incurring obligations.
Quick Tips
®
Reference
Guide for
2002
Controls and
Functions
®
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DRIVER’S VIEW
21 3 4
5
6
7
8
4 9
10 9 11 4
12
13
14
20 19 18 16
17
16
21
15
1. Power window switches,
see Switches/Locks
2. Power door locks,
see Switches/Locks
3.
Fog lamp switch*
Press on/off; on with low
beams only
4. Air vents
5. Turn signals/lighting
control lever,
see Driver Controls
6. Horn/Air bag
7. Wiper/washer control
lever,
see Driver Controls
8. Gearshift lever (A/T),
see Transmission
Key
Operates ignition
and all locks
SecuriLock™ passive
anti-theft key
Coded transistor in key
activates ignition
Remote keyless entry
system*, see Locks
Tips: Use key number
plate to purchase a new
key; store in safe place
You can lock the liftgate by using the key,
pushing the lock button down or using the
power door lock
switch* on the left
side of the cargo area
15. Parking brake lever
16. Cruise control*,
Rear window defogger
see Overhead Console
(style may vary)
17.
Tilt
steering-wheel lever
Press on/off; shuts off with
Push release lever down, tilt
ignition or after 10 minutes
wheel up or down, pull lever
10.
Hazard warning
up to lock
switch
18.
Hood release handle
Push on/off
Pull to open partially
11. Audio system,
19.
Instrument panel
see Audio Systems
lighting
12.
4x4 control*,
To brighten/dim: Rotate
see Transmission
thumb-wheel up/down
9.
13. Climate control panel,
see Climate Controls
20. Dual power mirrors,
see Switches/Locks
14. Auxiliary power point
21. Fuse panel
*Denotes optional equipment
Always check the Owner’s Manual for more operating information and safety features
Driver’s
View
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Instrument
Cluster
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
24 12
1
4
11
10
9
8
5
6
13
7
50
8
3
40
30
2
H
12
60 70
80
100
80
120
140
60
90
100
14
15
160
40
20
1
x1000r/min
C
2
180
20
F
120
mph
10
110
E
16
ODO
7 23 22 21 20 19 18 17
6
GAUGES
WARNING LIGHTS
1. Tachometer
2. Speedometer
3. Fuel gauge
15-gallon/57-liter tank (2.0 I-4),
16-gallon/61-liter tank (3.0 V6)
4. Odometer/trip odometer
selector
Press to toggle between
odometer and trip odometer
Tip: Press and hold for more
than 1 second to reset trip
odometer
5. Odometer
6. Gearshift indicator (A/T)*
7. Coolant temperature
gauge
If above normal range, stop
vehicle and turn off engine,
check coolant level when safe
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
5
Cruise control on*
4
3
17.
Brake system
Parking brake on/low brake fluid
Coolant level low*
18.
Anti-theft on*
Air bag readiness
19.
Engine oil pressure
Front or side air bag malfunction,
warning light
dealer inspection required
20.
Charging system
Always fasten
warning light
safety belts
Dealer inspection required
Turn signals/hazard
21.
Check fuel cap
warning on
Fuel filler cap not properly
installed
High beams on
22.
Door ajar
4 wheel drive
23.
Anti-lock Brake
locked*, see Transmission
System (ABS)*
Low fuel
ABS malfunction, normal brakes
Refuel as soon as possible
only, dealer inspection required
Overdrive off
24.
Service engine soon
indicator*, see Transmission
Dealer inspection required
*Denotes optional equipment
Always check the Owner’s Manual for more operating information and safety features
Instrument
Cluster
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Driver
Controls
DRIVER CONTROLS
1
1
1
ON
OFF
5
2
2
3
4
RSM
SET
ACC
CST
Cruise control*
Operates above 30 mph
Press and release ON (1)
2
1
3
2
1
4
4
5
Turn signal/lighting
control lever
OFF = Lights off
= Tail, side marker, instrument,
license plate and parking
lights on: Rotate knob (1)
to first notch
= Tail, parking, instrument,
license plate and headlights on: Rotate knob
(1) to second notch
High beams on/off: Push lever
forward to detent/pull back
to detent
To flash high beams: Pull lever
back slightly and release
Turn signals right/left: Move lever
up/down
Wiper/washer control lever
Ignition switch must be in ACC or
ON position
To activate interval wipers: Push
lever down to first detent and
rotate knob (1) to desired speed
To activate wiper normal or
low speed: Push down to
second detent
To activate high speed: Push
lever down to third detent
To activate washer: Pull
lever toward you
To activate mist: Push lever
up and release
To activate rear interval wiper:
Rotate knob (2) up to INT
To activate rear normal speed
wipe: Rotate knob (2) up to ON
To activate rear wash: Rotate
knob (2) to
and release
To set speed: Press and release
SET ACC (3) at desired speed;
hold (3) to accelerate
To decelerate: Press and hold
CST (4), release at desired speed;
or tap brake pedal, press and
release (3) at desired speed
Incremental deceleration: Press and
release (4), each tap = minus 1 mph
Incremental acceleration: Press and
release (3), each tap = plus 1 mph
To cancel: Tap brake/clutch*
pedal or press OFF button (5)
Return to preset speed (after
braking): Press and release RSM
button (2)
Overhead console*
1. Map/reading light switches
To turn on/off: Press
2. Map/reading light
3. Moonroof switch*
To open: Press and hold
rear of switch
To close: Press and hold
front of switch
To tilt (panel closed):
Press and hold front/rear
of switch to open/close
4. Storage compartment*
To open: Press button, then
pull to full open position
5. Garage door opener
button/compartment*
See Owner’s Manual for
installation
*Denotes optional equipment
Always check the Owner’s Manual for more operating information and safety features
Overhead
Console
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Switches/
Locks
SWITCHES/LOCKS
2
AUTO
3
4
1
Manual door locks
Lock button
To lock: Press lock
To unlock front doors: Pull inside
door handle
To unlock rear doors: Press unlock
Power door locks
1. Master front door lock
switches
To lock/unlock all doors: Press
/
on driver’s door switch
1
Remote
2 keyless entry
3 system*
Functions only
with ignition in
OFF position
1. Lock
Press
button; pressing again
within 3 seconds causes doors
to relock, horn to beep
2. Unlock
Press
to open driver’s door;
press again within 3 seconds
to open other doors
3. Panic alarm
Press
horn sounds; press
again to stop, or turn ignition
to ON or ACC position
To lock doors without key:
With door open, press
on driver’s door switch, exit
vehicle, close doors
Manual locks override
power locks
Power windows
Operate with ignition in
ON position
All windows may be controlled
from driver’s door; each passenger
door has a separate switch
2. Driver’s window
One-touch-down: Press rear
of switch firmly and release,
window goes down all the
way; tap switch again to stop;
press and hold for normal
operation; press and hold
front of switch to close
3. Passenger window
switches
Press rear/front of switch
to open/close
4. Power window lockout
switch
Press right side of switch:
only driver’s switches control
windows; press left side of
switch and passenger controls
function again
Tip: Power windows can be
operated for 10 minutes
after key is off and with
doors closed
Illuminated entry system*
Press UNLOCK or PANIC button
on remote entry transmitter,
interior lights come on; lights
turn off after 30 seconds or with
ignition in ON or ACC position
Liftgate
To lock/unlock: Put key in
lock and turn counterclockwise/
clockwise; or press power door
lock button
To open liftgate window: Pull up
on right side handle
To open liftgate: Pull up on left
side handle
Fuel pump
shutoff
Disables fuel pump
after a substantial
jolt; located on right
side of passenger compartment
behind A-pillar lower trim panel
(below dash)
To reset: Press down top of exposed
red reset button
WARNING: Do not reset shutoff
switch if you see or smell fuel
Child-safety
locks
Located at the
edge of rear doors
To activate: Rotate
knob to
To cancel: Rotate
knob in
opposite direction
WARNING: Since children
may access either rear door,
child-safety locks for both rear
doors should be activated
5. Dual power
mirrors
To adjust left/right
mirror: Rotate control
switch left/right, tilt
in direction of desired
5
mirror movement
Tip: To lock mirrors in
place, move control switch
to center position
*Denotes optional equipment
Always check the Owner’s Manual for more operating information and safety features
Locks
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Seats
SEATS
Manual controls
WARNINGS: Always wear
1. Fore/aft adjustment
your safety belt and properly
Raise lever and hold, slide
secure children 12 and under
seat, release lever
in the rear seat
2. Seatback angle/tilt
All air bags are supplemental
slide seats
and do not replace safety
To adjust seatback: Lift and hold belt usage
lever, lean forward or backDo not adjust seat
ward to tilt seat, release lever while driving
To slide unoccupied seat: Lift
4
lever to unlock, fold seatback
8
down and slide seat forward
To lock seat: Move to desired
position and raise seatback
3
to upright position
3. Manual lumbar adjustment
Rotate clockwise/counterclock- 1
wise to increase/decrease
firmness
5
4. Head restraint
2
To raise/lower: Pull up/hold
release button (8) and push
down
WARNINGS: You are required
by law to use safety restraints
for children in U.S. and Canada,
check your local and state or
provincial laws for specific
requirements regarding the
safety of children in your vehicle
Never place rear-facing
child-safety seat in front of
any air bag, air bags can kill
or injure a child; if a forwardfacing child-safety seat
must be used in front seat,
move seat completely back
Child-safety seat
To install in rear outboard
passenger seat positions using
dual-locking mode retractor safety
belts; see Owner’s Manual for
proper installation and seat
tether instructions
Rear child-safety seat
anchors
Anchors located on rear seat
cushion for securing child-safety
seat (see Owner’s Manual)
Front seat shoulder
belt height
adjustment
1
To raise/lower
belt: Slide up/
push release
button (1) and
slide down
WARNING: Make sure adjuster
locks in one of its positions
Power driver’s seat*
5. Raise/lower front of seat
Pull/push front of switch
up/down
6. Fore/aft adjustment
Slide entire switch horizontally
Raise/lower seat cushion
Pull/push entire switch
vertically
7. Raise/lower rear of seat
Pull/push back of switch
up/down
Tip: Side-impact air bags*
deploy from outboard
side of driver and front
passenger seatbacks
Folding rear seat,
see Owner’s Manual
6
7
Dual locking mode lap/
shoulder belt retractor
(front passenger and rear
outboard belts only)
Emergency locking mode: Belt
locks only on hard braking/
cornering or impacts of about
5 mph or higher
Automatic locking mode must
be used when installing childsafety seat
To activate: Pull webbing fully out
of retractor until click is heard;
belt will only tighten
To disengage: Unbuckle belt
and allow webbing to retract
fully; for complete details see
Owner’s Manual
*Denotes optional equipment
Always check the Owner’s Manual for more operating information and safety features
Seats
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Climate
Controls
CLIMATE CONTROLS
1. Fan control
To increase speed and flow:
Rotate knob clockwise
2. Air flow selections
= air to dash
1
2
3
OFF
A/C
= air to dash and floor
MAX
A/C
OFF = system off, no air flow
= air to floor
= air to floor and
windshield
= defrost, air to
windshield
3. Temperature selection
Cooler/warmer = rotate knob
counterclockwise/clockwise
Air conditioning system
MAX A/C = cooling with inside
air, air to dash only
A/C = cooling with outside air,
air to dash only
Control positions for
maximum defrost
Fan to maximum, temperature
to maximum hot, air flow selector
knob to
Tips: To prevent moisture
buildup, never drive
with system off
To help prevent windshield
fogging in humid weather,
select DEF
before starting
engine
*Denotes optional equipment
OFF/ON
1
Automatic transmission*
Gearshift must be in Park or
Neutral to start engine; it must
be in Park to remove ignition key
P = Park
To move gearshift from Park:
You must press firmly on the
brake pedal and the ignition
must be in the ON position
R = Reverse
Never engage Reverse when
vehicle is moving
N = Neutral
No gear is engaged; vehicle can
roll freely, even on a slight incline,
unless the brakes are applied
D (Overdrive)
For normal driving: Transmission
shifts through four forward gears
Tip: Torque converter lock-up
improves fuel economy and
can feel like an additional
gear
D (Overdrive Off)
Press the overdrive switch (1) to
disengage overdrive; an indicator
light on the instrument panel
will illuminate
2 = Second
Place the gearshift lever in second
when accelerating on slippery
roads or to provide additional
engine braking on downgrades
1 = First
Provides maximum engine braking
on steep downgrades
Manual
transmission
Depress clutch
pedal completely
to start engine and
change gears
Stop vehicle completely before
shifting into reverse
4X4 system*
AUTO = Fourwheel drive
Power at normal
speed to front/rear
axles as required for traction, 4X4
light off
LOCK = Full time power to
front/rear axles, 4X4 light on
To shift from 4X4 AUTO to
4X4 LOCK (any forward speed):
Press switch
To shift from 4X4 LOCK to 4X4
AUTO high (any forward speed):
Press switch
LOCK
Always check the Owner’s Manual for more operating information and safety features
Transmission
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Audio
Systems
RADIO/CASSETTE/COMPACT DISC
1. Power/Volume
Press to turn on/off; rotate
to increase/decrease volume
2. Disc up †
Press to skip forward to
beginning of next CD
3. Disc down †
Press to skip back to beginning
of previous CD
4. Memory preset buttons
To set: Tune to station, press
and hold until beep is heard
5. SEEK/TRACK/APC
Radio: Press
to
automatically seek higher/
lower frequency
CD: Press
to select
next/previous track
Tape: Press
to
automatically advance tape to
beginning of next selection/
replay selection; to stop this
operation, press button again
6. LOAD*
Single CD: Press button, WAIT
will appear; when IN appears
and CD door opens, load CD
Multiple CD: Press and hold
LOAD until beep is heard; when
IN is displayed load CD; when
IN displays again load next CD
7. FM1/2
Press to select between FM1/FM2
station preset buttons (4)
8. AM
Press to select AM frequency band
9. CD: Press to play CD
10. MD*/Tape*
Press to play Mini-disc Player/
cassette tape
11. Clock
To set: Press (11) and hold until
beep is heard; press upper/
lower portion of (13) or (23) to
advance Hours/Minutes; press
(11) again to set
12. CD eject button
13. Scan/Auto-Memory
Press to briefly sample next
listenable selections
Radio: Press and hold until a
beep is heard; system automatically scans and temporarily
stores six strong stations in each
band; press again to cancel
14. Fast forward
Press to fast forward through
a track
15. Reverse
Press to reverse through a track
16. Tuning/Audio Control
Tune: Rotate counterclockwise/clockwise for lower
frequency/higher frequency
Audio control: Press to select
BASS/MID/TREBLE/FADE/
BALANCE; rotate right/left
to adjust selected feature
DISC IN
6
5
4
3
2
1
7
8
9
FM1/2
AM
CD
10 11
MD/TAPE
CLOCK
LOAD
CD IN
MD IN
SEEK
TRACK
APC
H
RPT RDM
AUTO-M MTL AFM12
ST MCD CH
1 2 3 4 5 6
M
1 DISC
VOL
2 DISC
3 RPT
PUSH POWER
4 PROG
RDM
5
6
SCAN
12
13
AUTO-M
TUNE
PRESS AUDIO CONT
14
15
16
21 20 19 18 17
AM/FM/Cassette Tape/CD
Player/Changer*
11
22 9 12
CLOCK
DISC IN
POWER-VOL
PUSH
DISC
CD FM12AMST
REP RDM AUTO-M MD
1
17. Cassette door*
18. Eject button*
19. Program Random†
Press to enable/cancel
random play
20. Repeat
Press to replay current CD/
tape selection
21. Dolby® Noise Reduction*
Reduces tape noise and hiss;
press to activate/deactivate
22. AM/FM
Press to select AM/FM1/FM2
23. Tune/Seek/Track
/
Tune: Tap
to change
frequency up/down
/
Seek: Press
until beep is
heard, tunes to next listenable
station up/down
/
CD: Tap
to select
next/previous track
/
Press and hold
to fast
forward/rewind
CH
AUDIO
1
DISC
2
RDM
3
RPT
4
5
AM
FM
SCAN
CD
AUTO
M
H
TUNE
SEEK
TRACK
23
M
27 2619 20 4 25 24
AM/FM/CD Stereo
24. Auto memory tuning
Press to set first 5 strong
stations into AM, FM1 or FM2
memory buttons (4); press
again for original presets
25. Scan
Press to briefly sample next
listenable selections, press
again to stop
26. Disc
Disc select (used only with
CD changer*)
27. Audio
Press repeatedly until TREB,
BASS, FADE, BAL or VOL
appears in display, turn (1)
clockwise/counterclockwise
to increase/decrease selected
function
*Denotes optional equipment
†For use with cassette tape player,
MD player, or CD changer*
Always check the Owner’s Manual for more operating information and safety features
Audio
Systems
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Audio
Systems
RADIO/CASSETTE/COMPACT DISC
1. Power/Volume
Press to turn on/off; rotate to
increase/decrease volume
2. Cassette door
3. Tune/Seek/Disk
Radio: Press / to select
frequency up/down
Press / and hold until
beep is heard, tunes to next
listenable station up/down
CD: Press / to select
next/previous disc in
CD changer
4. Load
Single CD loading: Press button;
WAIT will appear, when IN
appears and CD door opens;
load CD
Multiple CD loading: Press
and hold LOAD until beep is
heard; when IN is displayed
load CD; when IN displays
again load next CD
5. Scan
Press to briefly sample next
listenable selections, press
again to cancel; functions
in all modes
6. AM/FM
Press to alternate among
AM/FM1/FM2 frequency bands
7. CD slot
8. Tape: Press to play tape or
stop a tape during REW/FF
9. CD
Press to play CD
10. Eject: Press to eject tape/CD
Tip: Press and hold (9) until
beep to remove all discs
11. Clock
To set: Press (11) and hold
until it beeps and then press
(3) to adjust hours /minutes ;
press (11) again to set
5
6 7
SCAN
4
AM/FM
8
9
TAPE
CD
10
LOAD
6-DISC CD CHANGER
3
TUNE
SEEK
DISC
2
CLOCK
11
AUTO-M
12
13
10
14
PRO
PUSH
POWER VOL
PUSH
AUDIO CONT
1
21
1
TR/APC
2
RPT
3
TR/APC
4
REW
5
RDM/BS
6
FF
20
19 18
15
17
16
AM/FM/Cassette Tape/CD Player/Changer*
Tip: Clean cassette mechanism after 10–12 hours or less
of use with Cassette Cleaning Cartridge
12. Auto-memory
Automatically selects up to
6 strong radio stations
To set: Select AM/FM; press
and hold Auto-M until beep
is heard; to deactivate, press
Auto-M again
13. PRO
Press to play alternate side
of tape
14. Memory preset
buttons 1-6
To set: Press and hold until
beep is heard
15. Audio control
Adjust BASS/TREBLE/FADE/
BALANCE: Press AUDIO control
(15), 1/2/3/4 times; rotate (15)
right/left to increase/decrease
BASS/TREBLE output and
front/rear, left/right speaker
FADE/BALANCE
16. TR/APC
Press to automatically advance
to next CD track
17. FF
Press to fast forward tape
18. RDM/BS
Press for random CD selection;
press again to disengage
19. RPT
Press to replay current
CD selection
20. Rewind
Press to rewind tape
21. TR/APC
Press to automatically replay
CD track
For additional audio systems,
see Owner’s Manual
*Denotes optional equipment
Always check the Owner’s Manual for more operating information and safety features
Audio
Systems
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Under Hood
UNDER HOOD
2 3
1
4
10
9
8
5 6
7
2.0L DOHC I-4 Zetec Engine
2 3
1
4
8 10
9
5
6
1. Windshield washer reservoir 5. Air filter
Fill with windshield washer
6. Power distribution box
fluid, not water
7. Battery
2. Power steering fluid
8. Engine oil filler cap
reservoir, Check with engine
off and at normal temperature; 9. Hood latch
fluid level should be within
10. Engine oil dipstick
MIN and MAX lines
Check with engine off and at
normal temperature; oil level
3. Engine coolant reservoir
should be within crosshatched
Level should be at cold fill level
area of dipstick
or within the cold fill range
when cold
11. Automatic transmission
fluid dipstick*
WARNING: Never remove
Check with engine on at
coolant reserve tank cap
operating temperature;
while engine is running or
fluid level should be within
hot; you could get burned
crosshatched area
4. Brake/clutch fluid
reservoir
Fill to MAX mark with DOT 3
fluid, check with cap on
11 7
3.0L DOHC V6 Duratec Engine
Break-in period
First 1,000 miles: Avoid heavy
repeated brake use; avoid full
throttle, rapid acceleration or
kick-down of transmission; drive
at varying road and engine speeds
Do not tow a trailer for first
500 miles
Do not use special break-in oils
Tip: Follow the same procedures
with newly overhauled engine
or when brakes are replaced
Anti-lock Braking System
(ABS)*
ABS automatically reduces
hydraulic pressure to any wheel
on the verge of locking up
You may feel a slight pulsing of
the brake pedal and hear a
clicking noise; this tells you the
ABS is functioning properly;
increase pressure on pedal for
maximum braking
Tips: Maintain constant
pressure on the brake pedal
Do not pump the brakes
Tire economy and tips
Check pressure monthly when
tires are cold
See Owner’s Manual for rotation
schedule and chart
Tire pressure
Decal on driver’s door latch
pillar provides tire size and
pressure information
Tire chains
Tire chains can damage aluminum
wheels; use on steel wheels only
Tips: Use only SAE class “S”
chains, install only on front
tires; install as tightly as possible and retighten periodically
Never exceed 30 mph with
tire chains
Spare tire
Stored under cargo area cover
Jack handle
Stored underneath cargo cover
Gasoline
Unleaded regular
87-octane minimum
15-gallon/
57-liter tank
(2.0 I4)
16-gallon/
61-liter tank
(3.0 V6)
*Denotes optional equipment
Always check the Owner’s Manual for more operating information and safety features