MAZDA MODEL 6 2004 (in English) Service Manual

MAZDA MODEL 6 2004 (in English) Service Manual MODEL 6 2004 MAZDA MAZDA https://www.carmanualsonline.info/img/28/13587/w960_13587-0.png MAZDA MODEL 6 2004 (in English) Service Manual

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MAZDA MODEL 6 2004   (in English) Service Manual 2-24
Essential Safety Equipment
Child Restraint
Form No. 8R29-EA-02I
Accident statistics reveal that a child is 
safer in the rear seat. The front 
passenger’s seat is clearly the worst 
choice for

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MAZDA MODEL 6 2004   (in English) Service Manual 2-25
Essential Safety Equipment
Child Restraint
Form No. 8R29-EA-02I
3. Push the child-restraint system firmly 
into the vehicle seat. Be sure the belt 
retracts as snugly as possible. Clicking 
from

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MAZDA MODEL 6 2004   (in English) Service Manual 2-26
Essential Safety Equipment
Child Restraint
Form No. 8R29-EA-02I
If You Must Use the Front Seat 
for Children
If you cannot put all children in the rear 
seat, at least put the smallest in the re

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MAZDA MODEL 6 2004   (in English) Service Manual 2-27
Essential Safety Equipment
Child Restraint
Form No. 8R29-EA-02I
Front Passenger’s Seat Child-
Restraint System Installation
1. Slide the seat as far back as possible.
2. Secure the child-restr

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MAZDA MODEL 6 2004   (in English) Service Manual 2-28
Essential Safety Equipment
Child Restraint
Form No. 8R29-EA-02I
NOTE
•
Inspect this function before each 
use of the child-restraint system. 
You should not be able to pull the 
shoulder belt o

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MAZDA MODEL 6 2004   (in English) Service Manual 2-29
Essential Safety Equipment
Child Restraint
Form No. 8R29-EA-02I
Your Mazda is equipped with LATCH lower anchors for attachment of specially designed 
LATCH child-restraint systems in the rear out

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MAZDA MODEL 6 2004   (in English) Service Manual 2-30
Essential Safety Equipment
Child Restraint
Form No. 8R29-EA-02I
LATCH Child-Restraint System 
Installation Procedure (Rear 
Outboard Seats)
1. Expand the area between the seat 
bottom and the se

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MAZDA MODEL 6 2004   (in English) Service Manual 2-31
Essential Safety Equipment
Form No. 8R29-EA-02I
SRS Air Bags
Read this owner’s manual carefully to verify what air bags (driver-side air bag, passenger-
side air bag, side and curtain air bags)

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MAZDA MODEL 6 2004   (in English) Service Manual 2-32
Essential Safety Equipment
SRS Air Bags
Form No. 8R29-EA-02I
Small children should be protected by a child-restraint system. In certain regions, larger 
children must use a child-restraint system

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MAZDA MODEL 6 2004   (in English) Service Manual 2-33
Essential Safety Equipment
SRS Air Bags
Form No. 8R29-EA-02I
Seating Position with Side and Curtain Air Bags:Sitting too close to the side and curtain air bag storage compartments or placing 
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