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Mazda 5 2007 Owner`s manual
ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE/WARRANTY
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Monday through Friday,
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Unleaded
Gasoline
87-octane
minimum
15.9-gallon/
60-liter tank
2.3L engine
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MAZDA5
Quick Tips
®
Reference
Guide for
2007
Controls and
Functions
®
DRIVER’S VIEW
1
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3
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2
1
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x1000rpm/m
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TRIP
A
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O.O
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REAR
E
RES
SET
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1. Power window switches,
see Switches/Clock
2. Door locks,
see Locks
3. Mirror controls,
see Switches/Clock
4. Air vents
5. Storage
6. Turn signal/lighting
control lever,
see Getting Started
7. Fog light switch*,
see Getting Started
8. Audio control switches,
see Getting Started
9. Horn/Air bag
To beep: Press
10. Cruise control,
see Getting Started
11. Wiper/washer
control lever,
see Getting Started
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
Hazard warning
switch/light
Push to activate/deactivate
Clock setting buttons,
see Switches/Clock
NAVI display*
See Owner’s Manual
Information display,
see Audio Systems
Audio system,
see Audio Systems
Climate control panel,
see Climate Controls
Passenger air bag off
indicator, see Getting Started
Bottle holder
CAUTION: Use plastic
bottles with caps, cups may
spill when door is closed
NAVI DVD*
Located inside glove box
Gearshift lever, see Transaxle
22.
23.
24.
25.
Accessory socket
Cup holder
Center console
Parking-brake lever
To engage: Pull up
To release: Pull up slightly,
while depressing button at front
of lever, lower parking brake lever
26. NAVI remote control*
27. Tilt/telescopic
steering wheel lever,
see Getting Started
28.
Hood release handle
Pull release handle to unlock
29.
Fuel-filler lid release
To open: Pull lever upward
and release
30. Seat warmer*
Press on/off
31. HID headlight leveling
switch*, see Getting Started
*Denotes optional equipment
Always check the Owner’s Manual for more operating information and safety features
Driver’s
View
Getting
Started
GETTING STARTED
Getting Started
MAZDA5 Quick Tips® are
designed to quickly familiarize
you with some important
features of your MAZDA5
The Driver’s View tab is your
index to the Quick Tips®, locate
the item you would like to
learn more about and then
turn to the listed tab
This Getting Started section
contains important operating
tips about your MAZDA5
Items identified in blue text
call out important information
Passenger air bag
deactivation
indicator light
Front air bag
1
deactivation indicator
light (1) provides
current status of front passenger
air bag and pretensioner system
If total seated weight on front
passenger seat is less than
approximately 66 lb., front
passenger air bag deactivation
indicator light illuminates,
front passenger and side air
bags/pretensioner will not
deploy/activate in an accident
If the total seated weight
is greater than approximately
93 lb., light does not illuminate,
and the front passenger and side
air bags/pretensioner will deploy/
activate in an appropriate accident
See Owner’s Manual for additional
information on this feature and
the air bag system
Passenger sensing operation
See Driver’s View
PAD indicator on dash will illuminate
when front passenger air bag is
deactivated, child-restraint seat
with child that weighs a combined
total of 66 lbs. or less will deactivate
front passenger air bag, see
Owner’s Manual
WARNINGS: Even with a
deactivation system, never
place rear-facing infant-safety
seat in front of any air bag,
an infant is in serious danger
of being injured or killed
If you must install a forwardfacing child-safety seat in
the front seating position,
move vehicle seat as far
back as possible
Remote
entry system
Functions only
1
with ignition key
2
not inserted
3
To lock doors and
liftgate: Press (1); pressing again
within a few seconds causes doors/
liftgate to re-lock, horn to beep once
and hazard warning lights to flash
once if doors/liftgate properly closed
To unlock: Press
(2) for driver’s
door, hazard warning lights will
flash twice, press again within a few
seconds for all other doors/liftgate
Panic alarm: Press (3) for a few
seconds; horn sounds, hazard
warning lights flash; press any
button on transmitter to stop
After unlocking with the transmitter, all
doors or the liftgate will automatically
lock if a door or the liftgate is not
opened within about 30 seconds
Cruise control
Operates above
19 mph
Press Main switch
(4) to turn
system on/off
To set speed:
7 6
Accelerate to
desired speed and press SET- (6)
To accelerate: Press and hold RES+
(5); release button at desired speed
To decelerate: Press and hold SET(6); release button at desired speed
Incremental acceleration: Press and
release (5); each tap = plus 1 mph
Incremental deceleration: Press and
release (6); each tap = minus 1 mph
To cancel: Press CANCEL (7) or
Main switch (4); tap brake pedal
or depress clutch pedal*
Return to preset speed after
CANCEL button or braking: Press
and release RES+ button (5)
Steeringwheel
audio
controls
To increase/
decrease volume:
Press (8)
8 11 10
Radio: Press /
(9) less than one second to select
next/previous preset station, press
/ (9) more than one second
until beep sound is heard to seek
next/previous station
Cassette/CD/MD: Press (9) to
select next selection/track, press
(9) to repeat current selection/track
Press (10) to select AM, FM 1,
FM 2, Tape*, MD* and CD mode
Press (11) to mute Audio/
NAVI system*
PASS
AIRBAG
OFF
4 5
RES
SET
9
*Denotes optional equipment
Always check the Owner’s Manual for more operating information and safety features
Getting
Started
Getting
Started
GETTING STARTED
1
2
Turn signal/lighting
control lever
OFF = Lights off
= Tail, parking and
dashboard lights on: Rotate
knob (1) to first notch
= Tail, parking, dashboard
and headlights on: Rotate
knob (1) to second notch
REAR
INT
1
High beams on/off:
Push forward/pull back to detent
To flash high beams:
Pull back slightly and release
Turn signals right/left:
Move lever up/down
= Fog lights* on:
Rotate (2); functions only with
low beams on
HID headlights
leveling switch*
Adjusts headlight angle
to compensate for weight
0
of passengers and cargo,
see Owner’s Manual
1
Tilt/telescopic
steeringwheel lever
Pull lever (3)
up to unlock
column, position
tilt angle and
length of steering
3
column position
WARNING: Do not adjust
steering-wheel while driving
Tire Pressure Monitoring
System (TPMS)*
Warning light illuminates for a
few seconds after ignition is on
If tire pressure is too high or too
low, or tire temperature is too
high, warning light will illuminate
and beeper will sound
Flashing warning light indicates
possible malfunction; dealer
inspection required
Rear window wiper/washer
To activate rear interval wiper:
Rotate knob (1) up to INT
To activate rear normal speed
wiper: Rotate knob (1) up to ON
To activate rear washer: Rotate
knob (1) to
and release
Sliding doors
Lock/unlock from
interior: Slide
Wiper/washer control lever
door-lock knob
Single wipe: Push lever up
(2) toward front/
Washer: Pull back, also
toward back
operates wipers
Locking from exterior: Slide
Intermittent wiper: One click down door-lock knob toward front
Normal wiper speed: Two clicks down and close door
High-speed wiper: Three clicks down
Fuel filler
door
Located on
passenger
side
2
Liftgate
Liftgate opens in 2 positions,
first position is slightly lower
than fully open position, do not
use excessive force while pushing
liftgate to fully open position
*Denotes optional equipment
Always check the Owner’s Manual for more operating information and safety features
Getting
Started
Instrument
Cluster
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
1
4
2
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3
2
1
0
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100 120
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100
180
20
200
120
220
0
140
8
O.O
TRIP
A
1. Tachometer
2. Speedometer
3. Gear indicator (A/T only)*
Displays current gear
position
140
160
40
0
GAUGES
4
60mph80
40
60
x1000rpm/m
3
8
7
H
P
R
N
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F
1
E
6
4. Engine coolant
temperature gauge
Stop car if above normal
range, turn off engine, let
vehicle cool; check coolant
level when safe
5. Fuel gauge
15.9-gallon/60-liter tank
5
6. Odometer/Trip meter
selector
Press to view odometer; press
again to reset trip odometer
A/B settings
7. Odometer/Trip meter
8. Instrument cluster
dimmer select
button*
WARNING LIGHTS
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Cruise control on,
see Getting Started
CRUISE
CRUISE
MAIN
Cruise control main
power on, see Getting Started
Tire Pressure Monitoring
System (TPMS)*,
see Getting Started
Turn signals/hazard
warning on
High beams on
Engine oil-pressure
warning light
Stop car when safe and turn
off engine; check oil level
Brake system
Parking brake on/low brake fluid
•
Always fasten seat belts
•
Security indicator light*
•
Charging system
warning light
Charging system malfunction;
dealer inspection required
•
Air bag/front seat belt
pretensioner system
If light flashes or stays on,
the air bags/front seat belt
pretensioners may not operate
in an accident; dealer inspection
required
•
Power steering
malfunction
Dealer inspection required if
light remains on
•
Check engine
Dealer inspection required if
light remains on, see Owner’s
Manual
• AT Automatic transaxle
warning light*
Automatic transaxle malfunction;
dealer inspection required
• O Low fuel
•
•
Door ajar
Anti-lock Brake
System (ABS)
ABS malfunction, normal brakes
only; dealer inspection required
*Denotes optional equipment
Always check the Owner’s Manual for more operating information and safety features
Instrument
Cluster
Locks
LOCKS
1
Manual door
locks
Lock button
To lock: Press front
2 3 of button (2)
toward door handle
To unlock: Pull front of button
away from door handle
Power door locks
Master front door
locks switches
To lock/unlock all doors:
Press bottom/top of switch (3)
To lock doors without key:
With door open, press bottom
of door lock switch, exit car,
close doors
To unlock: Use key to unlock driver’s
front door, rotate key to counterclockwise position for more than
one second to unlock other doors
UNLO
CK
4
LOCK
Key
Operates ignition and all locks
Tip: Use key number plate to
purchase a new key; store in
safe place separate from vehicle
Retractable Key
To fold/unfold press release
button (1)
Remote
entry
system
See Getting
Started
Illuminated entry system
Activates interior lights when dome
light switch set to DOOR position;
lights off after driver’s door is
locked or ignition in ON position
1
3
L
R
AU
TO
2
4
L
R
5
Child-safety locks
Located at edge of rear doors
To activate: Pull tab (4) down;
door opens from outside only
To cancel: Push tab (4) up
WARNINGS: Since children
may access either rear door,
child-safety locks for both rear
doors should be activated
Never leave a child in car
with key in the vehicle
Power windows
Ignition must be on
All windows controlled from the
driver’s armrest; passenger doors
have separate switches
1. Driver’s window: One-touchdown; push down firmly and
release, window goes down
all the way; pull switch back
briefly to stop; press lightly and
hold for normal operation
2. Passenger window
switches: Push down
and hold to open, pull back
and hold to close
3. Power window lockout switch:
Press down until it clicks, only
driver’s window operates;
press again and passenger
window switches function again
Dual power mirrors
Ignition must be in ACC or ON
To adjust left/right mirror:
Press control switch (4) left/right,
press switch (5) in direction of
desired mirror movement
Tip: To lock mirrors in place,
move control switch to
center position
Clock
To set: With ignition
in ACC or ON position,
press (A) and hold
until beep sounds; 12hr/24hr
will be displayed; press (B) to
select; press (A) again while
selection is flashing: Hr ADJUST
displays; press (B) to select hour;
press (A) when done, do the
same to set minutes
A
B
CLOCK
SET
Always check the Owner’s Manual for more operating information and safety features
Switches/
Clock
Interior
Lights
INTERIOR LIGHTS
1
2
1
2
OFF
DOOR
DOOR
ON
6 5
4
3
1. Map/reading light switch
Press on/off
2. Interior light switch
DOOR = light on when door open
ON = light always on
OFF = light always off
3. Front interior light
4. Rear interior light
Automatic
transaxle*
Gearshift
must be in
Park or
Neutral to
start engine;
it must
be in Park
to remove
ignition key
5. Moonroof tilt switch*
Press rear of switch to tilt
rear of moonroof
Press front of switch to close
6. Moonroof slide switch*
Press rear of switch to
open moonroof
Press front of switch to close
M (Sport A/T
manual shift mode)
Move shifter from
N
D to M to engage
M D
manual shift mode,
M will be illuminated
for manual mode on
shift position indicator located
in the instrument panel
Manual shifting of transmission
is achieved by moving shifter
back to upshift and forward to
P = Park
downshift, move shifter from
To move gearshift from Park:
M to D to engage automatic
Press firmly on brake pedal then
shift mode
move the shift lever out of P
Gear indicator
R = Reverse
(A/T only)*
P
N = Neutral
Illuminated numeral of
R
0
No gear engaged
gear indicator located in
N
the instrument panel
D Drive (Overdrive)
D
displays current gear in
For normal driving: Shifts through
M
Automatic and Manual
all forward gears automatically
1
shift modes
P
R
N
M-D
7
7. Cargo light
ON = Light always on
OFF = Light always off
Driver/passenger
covered visor mirrors
To access mirror: Lower visor
Manual
transaxle
Depress clutch
pedal to start
engine and
change gears
P
R
Ignition key
release button
(M/T only)
Press button (1)
to remove key
1
from ignition
Tips: Do not shift into
1st above 20 mph or clutch
failure could occur
Resting your foot on clutch
pedal while driving or using
the clutch to hold your vehicle
at a standstill while waiting
on a hill may reduce clutch life
ON
START
AC
C
3
TILT
LOCK
SLIDE
ON
OFF
OFF
PU
SH
*Denotes optional equipment
Always check the Owner’s Manual for more operating information and safety features
Transaxle
Climate
Controls
CLIMATE CONTROLS
3
2
1
2
0
1
2
7
1
3
3
4
FRONT
MODE
PUSH
PUSH
OFF
A/C
A/C
4
5
6
4
1. Air flow selections
= air to dash
= air to dash and floor
= air to floor
= air to floor and windshield
= air to windshield (defrost)
(Manual Climate Control)
2. Fan control
Rotate knob clockwise/
counterclockwise to increase/
decrease fan speed
3. Temperature control
Cooler/warmer = rotate knob
counterclockwise/clockwise
4. A/C = air conditioner
Press to turn on/off
1
3
2
4
4
Rear passenger exiting
Pull (1) and fold seatback forward
Tip: Second-row under seat
storage* (4)
AMB
5
6
8
9
Automatic A/C*
Manual A/C
12
AUTO
5. Air intake control
Press switch to alternate
between recirculated (Indicator
light on) or outside (Indicator
light off) air mode
= recirculate inside air;
use for maximum cooling
WARNING: Do not use
position in cold
weather, windows may
fog and hamper vision
8. AMB*
Press to view ambient temperature
Automatic operation
Press AUTO (9) for automatic
operation; rotate outer dial to set
temperature, see Owner’s Manual
Tip: Automatic climate control
display viewed via information
display, see Audio Systems
Control positions for
maximum defrost
Fan to maximum, temperature
to maximum hot,
selected
6.
Tips: To help prevent
windshield fogging in
humid weather, select
before starting engine
To prevent moisture buildup,
never drive with system off
Objects placed under the front
seats may interfere with air
flow to the rear
Rear window defogger
Press on/off; shuts off with
ignition or automatically after
15 minutes of operation; also
operates heated outside mirrors*
7. Windshield defroster switch
Press: Fresh air position is
automatically selected, A/C
automatically turns ON
Folding second-row seats
Insert second-row outboard seat
belts in retainers; lower head
restraint; pull strap (2) and lift
seat-bottom forward; raise lever
(3) and fold seatback forward
Returning seatbacks to
original positions:
Raise lever (3) and return seatback
to upward position; return seatbottom to original position
Make sure seatback and seatbottom are locked into position
5
Third-row seat (50/50 split)
To fold down: Pull (5), then fold
seatback down
*Denotes optional equipment
Always check the Owner’s Manual for more operating information and safety features
Seats
Seats
SEATS
Shoulder belt
height
adjustment
1
To raise/lower
belt: Pull button
(1), slide up/down,
release button
WARNING: Make
sure adjuster
locks in one of
its positions
5
6
4
3
1
WARNINGS: Do not adjust
seats while driving
Seat belts must always be
worn when vehicle is in motion
Air bags are supplemental
and do not replace seat
belt usage
Always wear your seat belt
and properly secure children
12 and under in the rear seat
Even with a deactivation
system, never place rear-facing
infant-safety seat in front
of any air bag, an infant is
in serious danger of being
injured or killed
If you must install a forwardfacing child-safety seat in
the front seating position,
move vehicle seat as far
back as possible
2
Child-safety seat
To install in rear outboard seats:
Use dual locking mode retractor
seat belts; see Owner’s Manual
for proper installation and child
seat tether and LATCH system
instructions
WARNING: Use age
appropriate child restraints,
see Owner’s Manual and
state or province laws
Seat controls
1. Fore-aft adjustment
Lift lever and hold, slide seat,
release lever
2. Raise/lower seat
(Driver’s seat only)
Pull/push lever and release
3. Seat back angle
To adjust: Lift and hold lever,
lean forward or backward
to tilt seat, release lever
4. Lumbar support
adjustment*
(Driver’s seat only)
Pull lever forward
5. Head restraint
To raise/lower: Pull up/hold
release button (6) and
push down
Tip: Side-impact air bags*
deploy from outboard
side of front seatbacks
Seat belt emergency
locking mode
Belts lock only on hard acceleration,
braking, cornering or impacts of
about 5 mph or more
Automatic locking mode
(front passenger and all
rear seat belts only)
Must be used when installing
child-safety seat
To activate: Pull webbing fully
out of retractor, allow belt to
retract until click is heard;
belt will only tighten
To disengage: Unbuckle belt and
allow webbing to retract fully
*Denotes optional equipment
Always check the Owner’s Manual for more operating information and safety features
Seats
Audio
Systems
AM/FM STEREO/CASSETTE/CD/MD/MP3
1. Power/Volume
88:8.8 FM1
CH 8
88.9
88.8 26
Press to turn on/off; rotate
6
7
8
9
10
to increase/decrease volume
2. Disc / *
Press to skip to next/
5
13
4
previous CD
11
3
3. Memory preset buttons
12
2
To set: Tune to station, press and
hold until beep sound is heard
14
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
4. LOAD*
1
To load multiple discs: Press
18
and hold LOAD (4) until beep
sound is heard; insert CD
25 24 22 23 21 20 19
17 16
when “In” is displayed
23. SEEK/APC/TRACK
16. MD eject button*
To eject disc: Press Eject (11)
Radio: Press / to
To eject specific disc: Press and 17. MD slot*
automatically seek higher/
hold Eject (11) until beep sound 18. Tune/Text/Audio control
lower frequency
is heard; within five seconds
Radio: Rotate counter clockCD/MD/MP3: Press / to
press the desired tray
wise/clockwise for lower/
select next track/beginning
number 1-6 (3)
higher frequency
of current track
Audio: Press to select
5. CD slot
ALC/BASS/TREB/FADE/BAL/BEEP
FM/AM
SAT
CD
MEDIA
LOAD
1 DISC
PWR POWER
VOL
6. In-dash CD Changer*
See Owner’s Manual
7. FM/AM
Press to turn radio on and
select between FM1/FM2/AM
station preset buttons (3)
8. SAT*, Satellite ready capability
9. CD, Press to play CD
10. Media*
Press to play MD or tape
11. CD eject button
12. Reverse
/Fast forward
Press to reverse/fast forward
through a track or rewind/fast
forward a tape
13. Cassette tape slot*
14. Tape eject button*
15. Dolby® Noise
Reduction button*
Press when playing a tape with
Dolby noise reduction, press
again to cancel
19.
20.
21.
22.
2 DISC
SCAN
3 RPT
RDM
4 PROG
SEEK/APC
TRACK
5
DISP
ESN
Rotate right/left to adjust
selected feature
Text*(MD and MP3): Rotate
right/left to display titles
Tip: Automatic Level Control
(ALC) automatically adjusts
audio volume depending
on vehicle speed
Auto-Memory
Press and hold until a beep sound
is heard; system automatically
scans and temporarily stores six
strong stations in each band;
press again to switch to
another preset station
DISP
CD/MD/MP3: Press repeatedly
to scroll through displays
Program*
Press to change cassette
tape-play direction
RPT
Press to replay current
CD/MD/MP3/tape selection
6
AUTO-M
PUSH AUDIO CONT
TUNE/TEXT
Tape: Press / to
automatically advance
tape to beginning of next
selection/replay selection;
to stop this operation,
press button again
24. Random
Press to play CD/MD/MP3
selections in random order,
press again to cancel
25. Scan
Radio: Press to sample strong
stations, press again to stop
at current station
CD/MD/MP3: Press to play
first few seconds of each
selection, press again to stop
at current selection
26. Information display
Has following functions: Clock,
audio display, automatic climate
control display* and ambient
temperature display (AMB)*
*Denotes optional equipment
Always check the Owner’s Manual for more operating information and safety features
Audio
Systems
Cargo Area
CARGO AREA
4
9 7
1
63
10
2 5
7 8
Tire economy and tips
Check tire pressure monthly when
tires are cold, use a digital tire
pressure gauge for accurate tire
pressure measurement
Tires should be of the same
type and size
Maintain correct front-end alignment
and tire balance; rotate tires at
5,000 or 7,500 mile intervals; see
Owner’s Manual for rotation chart
Tire pressure
Decal on Driver’s B-pillar provides
tire pressure information
Tire chains*†
Use only SAE Class “S” chains;
install on front tires as tightly
as possible and re-tighten
periodically; do not use chains
on dry roads, aluminum wheels,
or with tire pressure monitor
system, damage may occur,
use on steel wheels only
Spare tire
1. Temporary spare tire
Stored under panel in trunk;
to change flat tire: Follow
instructions in Owner’s Manual
WARNING: Do not exceed
50 mph with temporary spare
Tip: For instructions
and restrictions on use
of temporary spare tire,
see Owner’s Manual
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Lug wrench
Jack handle
Jack
Tie down eyelet
Flat tire belt storage bag
Cargo area
7. Cargo securing loops
8. Cargo light
9. Accessory socket
10. Third-row seat
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
ABS self test
A self-diagnostic test is performed
when starting; you may feel some
brake pedal pulsation and hear
some noise, this is normal
Gas cap
After filling vehicle with
gasoline, fully reinstall gas
cap by turning clockwise until
a clicking sound is heard, if gas
cap is not fully installed, Check
Engine light may come on
For more information on Check
Engine light, see Owner’s Manual
*Denotes optional equipment
† See Owner’s Manual
Always check the Owner’s Manual for more operating information and safety features
Driving Tips
Under Hood
UNDER HOOD
1
2
3
4
5
Tip: Clutch uses same
reservoir as brakes
6. Fuse block
Push latch in; lift cover
7. Air filter
8. Hood latch
Pull up to release hood
9. Engine oil dipstick
Fluid should be between F and
L on dipstick; do not fill above F
11 1210
9
8
7 6
10. Power steering fluid
2.3-liter Engine
reservoir
Level should be between
1. Engine coolant reservoir
3. Automatic transaxle
MIN and MAX lines
Level should be between COLD
fluid dipstick*
11. Windshield washer
FILL RANGE indicator marks
Check with transaxle in park,
reservoir
engine on and at operating
WARNING: Never remove
Fill with windshield
temperature; fluid level must
coolant reservoir cap while
washer fluid
be between the indicator
engine is running or hot;
12. Cooling system cap
marks on the dipstick
remove only when safe
Tip: Check all fluids with
4. Battery
2. Engine oil filler cap
vehicle parked on a level
5.
Brake/clutch
fluid
reservoir
Use 5W-20 engine oil
surface and engine off
Fill to MAX mark with DOT 3
unless otherwise stated
fluid; check with cap on
Break-in period
First 600 miles: Avoid heavy
braking and acceleration; drive at
varying road and engine speeds
Tip: Follow the same procedures
with newly overhauled engine
or when brakes are replaced
Maintenance notes:
Rotate tires every 7,500
miles or sooner if needed
Replace cabin air filter every
25,000 miles or 24 months
Replace (FL22)* engine
coolant at 120,000 miles
WARNING: Using coolant other
than FL22 requires more frequent
maintenance intervals
Tip: For severe driving
conditions, Owner’s Manual
recommends changing oil
and filter at 5,000† miles
NORMAL SERVICE INTERVALS
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
67,500 miles
A
75,000 miles
A
82,500 miles
A
90,000 miles
A B
F
F
C
FG
D
C
F
E F
FG
Tip: For additional service
intervals and complete details,
see Owner’s Manual
A. Replace: Engine oil
and filter†
Lubricate: All locks and hinges
B . Inspect: Fuel lines and hoses,
brake lines, hoses and
connections, steering operation
and linkages, front and rear
suspension and ball joints,
drive-shaft dust boots
Tighten: Bolts/nuts on chassis/body
C . Inspect: Drive belts (tension)
Replace: Air filter
D. Inspect: Hoses and tubes for
emission system
Replace: Engine coolant
(Other than FL22)
E . Inspect: Engine valve clearance
Replace: Spark plugs
F . Inspect: Disc brakes
G. Inspect: Exhaust system and
heat shields
*Denotes optional equipment
† See Owner’s Manual
Always check the Owner’s Manual for more operating information and safety features
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