2008-2015 Mazda CX9 Timing Belt Parts Diagram (MZI Engine)

Last Updated on February 7, 2020 by Christ

2008-2015 Mazda CX9 Timing Belt Parts Diagram (MZI Engine) – Being in the premium vehicle segment SUV, the Mazda CX-9 targets young executives, as well as young families who need a powerful vehicle with all safety and comfort features. For the initial model in 2007, the CX-9 grafting engine capacity of 3.5 liter V6 Cyclone, while for the model in 2008, a change occurred in the machinery sector, with a pin engine capacity of 3.7 liters.

2008 Mazda CX-9 uses engine MZI 3.7-liter, V6 DOHC, 24-valve with SVT (sequential valve timing). The fuel system used Electronic Controlled Fuel Injection, which is capable of delivering a power of 277 PS at 6250 rpm, and maximum torque reached 37.4 km at 4250 pm. As for the transmission, use 6-speed automatic transmission with Active Adaptive Shift, with the drive wheels using the Active Torque-Split All-Wheel Drive.

2008-2015 Mazda CX9 Timing Belt Parts Diagram (MZI Engine):

2008-2015 Mazda CX9 Timing Belt Parts Diagram (MZI Engine)
  1. Drive Belt Auto Tensioner
  2. Crankshaft Pulley Lock Bolt
  3. Crankshaft Pulley
  4. Front Oil Seal
  5. Cylinder Head Cover (LH)
  6. Cylinder Head Cover (RH)
  7. Cylinder Head Cover Oil Seal (LH)
  8. Cylinder Head Cover Oil Seal (RH)
  9. 3 Engine Mount Bracket
  10. Engine Front Cover
  11. OCH Component (LH)
  12. OCH Component (RH)
  13. Chain Tensioner
  14. Timing Chain Component

This diagram is based on the Mazda workshop manual. This engine was applied in 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Mazda CX-9. Hopefully the article of 2008-2015 Mazda CX9 Timing Belt Parts Diagram (MZI Engine) useful for you.

4 Comments on “2008-2015 Mazda CX9 Timing Belt Parts Diagram (MZI Engine)

  1. FYI, Numbers 11 and 12 above should be OHC (overhead cam), not OCH.
    Thanks for posting the diagram !!!!

  2. Or maybe Numbers 11 and 12 above should be OCV (oil control valve), which Mazda may call Control Valve Solenoid. Mazda has made it really hard to find this unit in their system by not showing it in their diagram (like the one provided here). I simply need to O rings for each unit that holds the OCVs.

    • Hello, Have you found the O rings for the items 11 and 12. I need them too and can’t find them. Where can I get them and what should I ask for. Thanks

  3. Hello,
    Have you found the O rings for the items 11 and 12. I need them too and can’t find them. Where can I get them and what should I ask for.
    Thanks

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