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This is an actual Mazda B2200 Service Manual dealing with the engine

1993 Mazda B2200 Light Truck Online Shop Service Manual



In the process of removing the engine, you will come across a number of step which call for the removal of a separate component or system, such as "disconnect the exhaust system" or "remove the radiator. In most instances, a detailed removal procedure can be found in different areas of this website page Mazda B2200.

This website page covers a specific year, the years is a 1993, make of vehicle is a Mazda, the model is in the light truck category, the model, B2200 light truck,, what it tell you to disconnect either a wire, battery, or hose, itís for a reason and must be done. Always be careful and follow common sense, using those methods will help you through the process of engine removal and re-installation.

Engine removal is easy if you follow these steps:

Before engine removal from the vehicle use the proper containers when draining any fluids from the antifreeze from the radiator, antifreeze from the engine after removing the engine drain plug, engine oil from the engine, engine oil from the oil filter. If equipped with an air conditioner, then dispose the Freon in the proper legal method. Dispose the power steering fluid in the proper container.

The engine can be removed from the vehicle, after engine has been remove and on the engine stand, than drain each individual fluid in separate containers and dispose of in a legal and proper method.

After disconnection wires always label both ends of the wires, the wire attached to the engine and the end of the wire attached to the vehicle, use a label paper and tape or label with a wire, any method will do. If possible use a work bench, as each engine component come off lay each component in a chronological order along with the bolts and nuts, label each component and bag and tag each bolt and nut. Working in this method will make the reassembly much easier. There are way to many bolts and fasteners to keep separate, tagging and bagging make the job so much easier, if you cannot use bags, use muffin pans, jars, or coffee cans. This method will stop confusion in reassembly.

Place supports under the transmission and trans-axles then remove the bolts and nuts.

As mentioned above during air conditioner Feron, use a professional qualified technician using a recover/recycling machine, if the air conditioner system does not need to be disconnected, unbolt the compressor and set ti aside.

After engine hoist is connected, remove the engine slowly, make sure no wires and hoses are still attached, if so, label each wire and or hose, then disconnect and continue removing the engine slowly.

After engine is raised slowly and high enough and clear from the engine compartment, nothing attached, pull engine hoist clear of the vehicle. While engine is sill attached to the engine hoist, remove the flywheel or flex plate, depends on if the vehicle has an automatic transmission, then it has a flex plate, if a manual transmission, it has a flywheel. after flywheel or flex plate has been removed, place and secure engine on engine stand. I placing engine on an engine pallet, at that time the flex plate or flywheel could stay attached. The engine could be placed on a heavy duty work bench, before or after flywheel or flex plate preferable a metal work bench.

The engine could be placed on a specially designed engine pallet to be worked on or be secured and transported by. The engine pallet must be designed to the oil pan can hang freely, the crankshaft is supported and the flywheel/flex plate is hanging freely.

After engine removal and placed on, engine stand, engine pallet, or work bench, engine dis-assembly or partial disassembly can begin.

The following 70 pages will walk you through ever step needed to rebuild or remaunfacturer your vintage Mazda B2200 Truck

Index-Page 1

Index-Page 2

Outline Page 3

Outline Page 4

Tune up procedure Page 5

Tune up procedure Page 6

Tune up procedure Page 7

Tune up procedure-Compression Page 8

Tune up procedure Page 9

Tune up procedure Page 10

Maintenance (Timing Belt) Page 11

Maintenance (Timing Belt)-2 Page 12

Cylinder Head Page 13

Cylinder Head Page 14

Cylinder Head Page 15

Cylinder Head Page 16

Cylinder Head Page 17

Front Oil Seal-1 Page 18

Front Oil Seal-2 Page 19

Front Oil Seal-2 Page 20

Cylinder Head Removal Page 21

Engine Stand Installation Page 22

Engine Stand Installation-2 Page 23

Disassembly PreparationPage 24

Disassembly-(Auxiliary Parts) Page 25

Disassembly (Timing Belt) Page 26

Disassembly (Timing Belt-2 Page 27

Disassembly Cylinder Head-1 Page 28

Disassembly Disassembly Cylinder Head-2 Page 29

Disassembly Cylinder Block-1 Page 30

Disassembly Cylinder Block-2 Page 31

Disassembly Cylinder Block-3 Page 32

Inspection and Repair Page 33

Inspection and Repair Page 34

Inspection and Repair Page 35

Inspection and Repair Page 36
Inspection and Repair Page 37
Inspection and Repair Page 38

Inspection and Repair Page 39

Inspection and Repair Page 40

Inspection and Repair Page 41

Inspection and Repair Page 42

Inspection and Repair Page 43

Inspection and Repair Page 44

Inspection and Repair Page 45

Assembly Page 46

Assembly Page 47

Assembly (Cylinder Block) Page 48

Assembly (Cylinder Block) Page 49

Assembly (Cylinder Block) Page 50

Assembly (Cylinder Block) Page 51

Assembly (Cylinder Block) Page 52

Assembly (Cylinder Block) Page 53

Assembly (Cylinder Block) Page 54

Assembly (Cylinder Block) Page 55

Assembly (Cylinder Block) Page 56

Assembly (Cylinder Block) Page 57

Assembly (Cylinder Block) Page 58

Assembly (Cylinder Block) Page 59

Timing Belt Assembly Page 60

Timing Belt Assembly Page 61

Timing Belt Assembly Page 62

Timing Belt Assembly Page 63

Timing Belt Assembly Page 64

Timing Belt Assembly Page 65

Timing Belt Assembly Page 66

Timing Belt Assembly Page 67

Timing Belt Assembly Page 68

Timing Belt Assembly Page 69

Timing Belt Assembly Page 70-End of Assembly Disassembly Chapter