Pocket mechanic: Mazda 323 1300, 1600, 1800 c.c. from 1989

Peter R.D. Russek, Author

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Peter R.D. Russek, Author
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"Small though this workshop manual is in size, it lacks no detail in covering most of the servicing and repair of the mazda 323 models with 1300, 1600 and 1800 cc. single camshaft engines with carburettor fuel injection and the 1800 cc. twin cam-shaft engines from the end of 1989. Brief, easy-to-follow instructions are given, free from all necessary complication and repetition, yet containing all the required technical information, and many diagrams and illustrations. Compiled and illustrated by experts, this manual provides a concise source of helpful information, all of which has been cross-checked for accuracy to the manufacturer's official service and repair procedures, but many instructions have derived from actual practice to facilitate your work." - preface

General information, dimensions, weights, capacities, general servicing notes - engines - ignition system - lubrication system - cooling system - carburettor fuel system - fuel injection system - clutch - manual transmission - automatic transmission - front drive shafts - front axle and suspension - steering - rear axle and rear suspension - wheels and tyres - brakes - electrical equipment - fault finding section - wiring diagrams
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Mazda 323
All models-- from 1989
1300, 1600, 1800 and 1800 c.c., DOHC B3, B6, BP and BP DOHC engines
Pocket mechanic Mazda 323, 1300, 1600, 1800 c.c. :
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196 pages : illustrations, plans ; 21 cm
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Peter R.D. Russek. 1990. Pocket mechanic: Mazda 323 1300, 1600, 1800 c.c. from 1989, PUB-2018-10.1. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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