Mazda 6 since 2002
1. Operation and car maintenance
2. Engine
3. Transmission
3.1. Coupling
3.2. Mechanical transmission
3.3. Automatic transmission
3.4. Driving mechanism
3.4.1. General information
3.4.2. Forward power shafts
3.4.2.1. Gap check in the bearing of a nave of a forward wheel
3.4.2.2. Gap check in the bearing of a nave of a forward wheel
3.4.3. Removal and installation of a nave of a forward wheel
3.4.4. Removal and installation of a nave of a back wheel
3.4.5. Removal and installation of a forward connecting shaft
3.4.6. Assembly and dismantling of a connecting shaft
3.4.7. Removal and installation of a power shaft (cars with a mechanical transmission)
3.4.8. Removal and installation of a power shaft (cars with an automatic transmission)
3.4.9. Removal and installation of a power shaft (cars with a mechanical transmission)
4. Running gear
5. Steering mechanism
6. Brake system
7. Onboard electric equipment
8. Body
 






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3.4.2.1. Gap check in the bearing of a nave of a forward wheel

Remove a forward wheel.
Disconnect a forward left support of a disk brake.
Remove a forward disk.

Fig. 3.100. Gap check in the bearing of a nave of a forward wheel


Establish the indicator of hour type against a wheel nave (fig. 3.100).
Moving a wheel nave manually in the axial direction, measure a gap in the nave bearing.
At most: 0,05 mm.
If the gap exceeds a maximum, replace the bearing.

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