Mazda 6 since 2002
1. Operation and car maintenance
1.1. Car description
1.2. System of passive safety
1.3. Car use to destination
1.3.1. Engine start-up
1.3.2. Management of a mechanical transmission
1.3.3. Management of an automatic transmission
1.3.3.1. Blocking of the lever of the switch of ranges
1.3.3.2. Shutdown of blocking of the lever of the switch of ranges
1.3.3.3. Manual mode of gear shifting
1.3.3.4. The indicator of the included transfer
1.3.3.5. Switching on the highest transfers in a manual mode
1.3.3.6. Switching on the lowest transfers in a manual mode
1.3.3.7. Mode of fixing of the second transfer
1.3.3.8. Moments gear shiftings (2WD not all-wheel drive cars)
1.3.3.9. Moments gear shiftings (4WD all-wheel drive cars)
1.3.3.10. Steering amplifier
1.3.3.11. All-wheel drive transmission (4WD)
1.3.3.12. Signaling device of malfunction of all-wheel drive transmission
1.3.4. System of course stability of the car (cruise control)
1.3.5. Protivobuksovochny system (TCS)
1.3.6. Protivozanosny system (DSC)
1.3.7. Stabilization of a back suspension bracket
1.3.8. Traction coupling device
1.4. Elimination of the malfunctions which have arisen in a way or before a start of motion
2. Engine
3. Transmission
4. Running gear
5. Steering mechanism
6. Brake system
7. Onboard electric equipment
8. Body
 






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1.3.3.10. Steering amplifier

The steering hydraulic booster can function only at the working engine. If the engine is switched off or the system of the steering hydraulic booster is faulty, you still can operate course movement of the car, however, it will demand big physical efforts.
If the effort on a steering wheel increased at car movement in normal conditions, address on service station of the official dealer of Mazda for check of system of a steering.

ATTENTION
At the working engine it is forbidden to hold a steering wheel on an emphasis in extreme situation more long than 5 pages. The steering hydraulic booster can put it out of action.

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