Mazda 2009 3 4-DOOR Automobile User Manual

User manual for the device Mazda 2009 3 4-DOOR Automobile

Mazda 2009 3 4-DOOR Automobile User Manual

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Mazda3_8Z87-EA-08F_Edition1 Page1Monday, May 19 2008 9:55 AMForm No.8Z87-EA-08FBlack plate (1,1)

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Mazda3_8Z87-EA-08F_Edition1 Page3Monday, May 19 2008 9:55 AMBlack plate (3,1)A Word to Mazda OwnersThank you for choosing a Mazda. We at Mazda design and build vehicles with completecustomer satisfaction in mind.To help ensure enjoyable and trouble-free operation of your Mazda, read this manualcarefully and follow its recommendations.An Authorized Mazda Dealer knows your vehicle best. So when maintenance or service isnecessary, that's the place to go.Our nationwide network of Mazda professionals

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Mazda3_8Z87-EA-08F_Edition1 Page4Monday, May 19 2008 9:55 AMBlack plate (4,1)How to Use This ManualWe want to help you get the most drivingpleasure from your vehicle. Your owner'smanual, when read from cover to cover,can do that in many ways.NOTEIllustrations complement the words of themanual to best explain how to enjoy yourMazda. By reading your manual, you canfind out about the features, importantsafety information, and driving undervarious road conditions.The symbol below, located on some pa

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Mazda3_8Z87-EA-08F_Edition1 Page5Monday, May 19 2008 9:55 AMBlack plate (5,1)Table of ContentsYour Vehicle at a GlanceInterior, exterior views and part identification of your Mazda.Essential Safety EquipmentUse of safety equipment, including seats, seat belt system, child-restraintsystems and SRS air bags.Knowing Your MazdaExplanation of basic operations and controls; opening/closing and adjustmentof various parts.Before Driving Your MazdaImportant information about driving your Mazda.Driving Yo

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Mazda3_8Z87-EA-08F_Edition1 Page7Monday, May 19 2008 9:55 AM1Black plate (7,1)Your Vehicle at a GlanceInterior, exterior views and part identification of your Mazda.Dashboard and Interior Overview .............................................. 1-2Exterior Overview ......................................................................... 1-41-1Form No.8Z87-EA-08F

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Mazda3_8Z87-EA-08F_Edition1 Page8Monday, May 19 2008 9:55 AMBlack plate (8,1)Your Vehicle at a GlanceDashboard and Interior Overview*Refer to Navigation System at the separate manual (if equipped).Power window lock switch ................................................................................ page 3-20Power window switches .................................................................................... page 3-19Power door lock switch .................................................

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Mazda3_8Z87-EA-08F_Edition1 Page9Monday, May 19 2008 9:55 AMBlack plate (9,1)Your Vehicle at a GlanceDashboard and Interior OverviewHeadlight leveling switch .................................................................................. page 5-53Dashboard illumination switch .......................................................................... page 5-36Lighting control/Turn signal .............................................................................. page 5-51Instrument cluster

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Mazda3_8Z87-EA-08F_Edition1 Page10Monday, May 19 2008 9:55 AMYour Vehicle at a GlanceExterior Overview4 Door1-4The equipment and installation position varies by vehicleForm No.8Z87-EA-08FBlack plate (10,1)

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Mazda3_8Z87-EA-08F_Edition1 Page11Monday, May 19 2008 9:55 AMBlack plate (11,1)Your Vehicle at a GlanceExterior OverviewTrunk lid ............................................................................................................ page 3-14Antenna ............................................................................................................. page 6-16Rear window defroster ....................................................................................... page 5-60Power

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Mazda3_8Z87-EA-08F_Edition1 Page12Monday, May 19 2008 9:55 AMYour Vehicle at a GlanceExterior Overview5 Door1-6The equipment and installation position varies by vehicleForm No.8Z87-EA-08FBlack plate (12,1)

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Mazda3_8Z87-EA-08F_Edition1 Page13Monday, May 19 2008 9:55 AMBlack plate (13,1)Your Vehicle at a GlanceExterior OverviewLiftgate ............................................................................................................... page 3-11Rear window defroster ....................................................................................... page 5-60Rear wiper blade ................................................................................................ page 8-30Antenna

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Mazda3_8Z87-EA-08F_Edition1 Page14Monday, May 19 2008 9:55 AM1-8Form No.8Z87-EA-08FBlack plate (14,1)

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Mazda3_8Z87-EA-08F_Edition1 Page15Monday, May 19 2008 9:55 AM2Black plate (15,1)Essential Safety EquipmentUse of safety equipment, including seats, seat belt system, child-restraintsystems and SRS air bags.Seats ............................................................................................... 2-2Front Seats (Manually Operated Seats) ..................................... 2-2Front Seats (Electrically Operated Seats) .................................. 2-4Rear Seat ....................

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Mazda3_8Z87-EA-08F_Edition1 Page16Monday, May 19 2008 9:55 AMBlack plate (16,1)Essential Safety EquipmentSeatsFront Seats (ManuallyOperated Seats)WARNINGDo not modify or replace the frontseats:Modifying or replacing the front seatssuch as replacing the upholstery orloosening any bolts is dangerous. Thefront seats contain air bagcomponents essential to thesupplemental restraint system. Suchmodifications could damage thesupplemental restraint system andresult in serious injury. Consult anAuthorize

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Mazda3_8Z87-EA-08F_Edition1 Page17Monday, May 19 2008 9:55 AMBlack plate (17,1)Essential Safety EquipmentSeatsqSeat ReclineWARNINGDo not drive with either front seatreclined:Sitting in a reclined position while thevehicle is moving is dangerousbecause you do not get the fullprotection from seat belts. Duringsudden braking or a collision, youcan slide under the lap belt andsuffer serious internal injuries. Formaximum protection, sit well backand upright.Always sit in the passenger seatproperly wi

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Mazda3_8Z87-EA-08F_Edition1 Page18Monday, May 19 2008 9:55 AMBlack plate (18,1)Essential Safety EquipmentSeatsCAUTIONWhen returning a rear-reclinedseatback to its upright position,make sure you hold onto theseatback with your other hand whileoperating the lever. If the seatback isnot supported, it will flip forwardsuddenly and could cause injury.qHeight Adjustment (Driver's Seat) íBy moving the seat lever up or down, thedriver's seat bottom height can beadjusted.UpDownqLumbar Support Adjustment

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Mazda3_8Z87-EA-08F_Edition1 Page19Monday, May 19 2008 9:55 AMBlack plate (19,1)Essential Safety EquipmentSeatsCAUTIONØ The seat-bottom poweradjustment is operated by motors.Avoid extended operation becauseexcessive use can damage themotors.Ø To prevent the battery fromrunning down, avoid using thepower adjustment when theengine is stopped. The adjusteruses a large amount of electricalpower.Ø Do not use the switch to makemore than one adjustment at atime.qSeat Slide (Driver's Seat)To slide the

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Mazda3_8Z87-EA-08F_Edition1 Page20Monday, May 19 2008 9:55 AMBlack plate (20,1)Essential Safety EquipmentSeatsChange the seatback angle by pressing thefront or rear side of the reclining switch.Release the switch at the desired position.qLumbar Support Adjustment(Driver's Seat)qHeight Adjustment (Driver's Seat)The seat height can be adjusted bymoving the switch up or down.2-6Form No.8Z87-EA-08FMove the lever forwards to adjust thelumbar support as required.

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