MAZDA MODEL 6 2004 (in English) Owner's Guide

MAZDA MODEL 6 2004 (in English) Owner's Guide MODEL 6 2004 MAZDA MAZDA https://www.carmanualsonline.info/img/28/13587/w960_13587-0.png MAZDA MODEL 6 2004 (in English) Owner's Guide

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MAZDA MODEL 6 2004   (in English) Owners Guide 2-14
Essential Safety Equipment
Seat Belt Systems
Form No. 8R29-EA-02I
Unfastening the Seat Belts
Depress the button on the buckle.
Shoulder Belt Adjuster
Adjust the height of the shoulder belt if

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MAZDA MODEL 6 2004   (in English) Owners Guide 2-15
Essential Safety Equipment
Seat Belt Systems
Form No. 8R29-EA-02I
For optimum protection, the driver and 
front passenger seat belts are equipped 
with pretensioner and load limiting 
systems.
In

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MAZDA MODEL 6 2004   (in English) Owners Guide 2-16
Essential Safety Equipment
Seat Belt Systems
Form No. 8R29-EA-02I
Modification or Testing of the Pretensioner System:Modifying the components or wiring 
of the pretensioner system, including 
the

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MAZDA MODEL 6 2004   (in English) Owners Guide 2-17
Essential Safety Equipment
Seat Belt Systems
Form No. 8R29-EA-02I
Air Bag/Front Seat Belt 
Pretensioner Systems Warning 
Light
If the air bag/front seat belt pretensioner 
system is OK, the warn

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MAZDA MODEL 6 2004   (in English) Owners Guide 2-18
Essential Safety Equipment
Seat Belt Systems
Form No. 8R29-EA-02I
4. Make sure the shoulder belt is snugly 
fitted against your body.
Unfastening the Seat Belt
Depress the button on the buckle.

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MAZDA MODEL 6 2004   (in English) Owners Guide 2-19
Essential Safety Equipment
Seat Belt Systems
Form No. 8R29-EA-02I
Unfastening the Lap Portion of 
the Seat Belt
Insert a small object in the anchor buckle 
(B) slot, such as a key.
Fastening th

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MAZDA MODEL 6 2004   (in English) Owners Guide 2-20
Essential Safety Equipment
Seat Belt Systems
Form No. 8R29-EA-02I
If the driver’s seat belt is not fastened 
when the ignition switch is turned to the 
ON position, the seat belt warning light

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MAZDA MODEL 6 2004   (in English) Owners Guide 2-21
Essential Safety Equipment
Form No. 8R29-EA-02I
Child Restraint
Mazda strongly urges the use of child-restraint systems for children small enough to use 
them.
You are required by law to use a ch

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MAZDA MODEL 6 2004   (in English) Owners Guide 2-22
Essential Safety Equipment
Child Restraint
Form No. 8R29-EA-02I
Proper Size of Child-Restraint System:For effective protection in vehicle accidents and sudden stops, a child must be 
properly res

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MAZDA MODEL 6 2004   (in English) Owners Guide 2-23
Essential Safety Equipment
Child Restraint
Form No. 8R29-EA-02I
Children and Seating Position with Side and Curtain Air Bags:Allowing anyone to lean over or against the front or rear doors is dan