Mazda 6 since 2002
1. Operation and car maintenance
2. Engine
3. Transmission
4. Running gear
4.1. General information
4.2. Wheels and tires
4.3. Forward suspension bracket
4.4. Back suspension bracket
4.4.1. Adjustment of disorder of wheels
4.4.2. Adjustment of a convergence of wheels
4.4.3. Removal, check and installation of the back shock-absorber
4.4.4. Removal and installation of a back cylindrical spring
4.4.5. Removal and installation of the back top lever
5. Steering mechanism
6. Brake system
7. Onboard electric equipment
8. Body
 






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4.4. Back suspension bracket





Back suspension bracket
Fig. 4.30. Back suspension bracket: 1–back basic plug of a cross-piece; 2–back cross-piece; 3–back shock-absorber; 4–back top lever; 5–the buffer of a course of compression (from a body); 6–back longitudinal lever; 7–back cross-section draft; 8–back stabilizer; 9–car rear view; 10-back cylindrical spring; 11-the buffer of a course of compression (from a spring); 12-back bottom lever


Arrangement of levers and drafts of a multilever back suspension bracket of type E similarly to an arrangement of levers and drafts of a usual multilever back suspension bracket (see fig. 4.30 on page 182), except for an arrangement of the shock-absorber and a cylindrical spring.
The cylindrical spring and the shock-absorber are divided, the cylindrical spring is established between a back cross-piece and the back bottom lever.
The separate arrangement of the shock-absorber and cylindrical spring eliminates a friction between two elements.
Besides, the lateral effort of the shock-absorber decreases, therefore the suspension bracket works smoothly, and the comfort of a trip improves.

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