2002-2008 Mazda 6 3.0 L MZI V6 Engine Timing Marks Diagram

2002-2008 Mazda 6 3.0 L MZI V6 Engine Timing Marks Diagram – The Mazda 6 or Atenza is Automobile of tourism of Segment D produced by the Japanese manufacturer Mazda since 2002. The first generation was officially presented at the Tokyo Motor Show 2001 and released to the public in May 2002. It was placed second in the competition Car of the Year in Europe in 2003. The Mazda 6 released the platform then they would use the Ford Fusion, Ford Edge, and Mazda CX-9.

Its petrol engines are a 1.8-liter 120 hp maximum power, a 2.0-liter 147 hp, 2.3-liter naturally aspirated 166 hp, 200 hp 3.0-liter and 2.3-liter turbocharged and intercooler between 260 and 275 hp. Diesel is 2.0 liters and is offered in variants of 121 or 143 hp, both with common-rail turbocharger and intercooler variable geometry direct injection. All engines are four cylinders in line and four valves per cylinder, except the 3.0-liter, which is a V6.

2002-2008 Mazda6 3.0 L MZI V6 Engine Timing Marks Diagram:

Because of a lack of clearance, this procedure is very difficult with the engine installed in the vehicle. Adding to the difficulty of the job is the fact that there is no Top Dead Center (TDC) timing mark on the crankshaft. This makes it tricky to align the camshaft sprockets to the crankshaft. The number one piston should be at Top Dead Center when the crankshaft pulley keyway is at the 11 o’clock position. Please watch the following video for more details on removing and installing timing chain on the 3.0 L mzi / Duratec V6 engine:

This diagram applies to the Mazda6 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 year models that use 3.0 L MZI / Duratec V6 engine. This engine is also applied to:

  • Jaguar S-Type
  • Lincoln LS
  • Mazda MPV
  • Mondeo ST220
  • Ford Five Hundred
  • Mercury Montego
  • Ford Freestyle
  • Ford Fusion
  • Mercury Milan

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