Mazda CX-9 2007 Workshop Manual
Mazda CX-9 – the largest car in the model range of the automaker. The premiere took place in 2007, and already in 2008, the crossover won the title of “SUV of the Year in North America.” The main competitors of the CX-9 claimed mastodon car market such as the Audi Q7, Mercedes-Benz GL-class or Chevrolet Tahoe. Inside – excellent quality materials combined with increased acoustic comfort. According to the manufacturer, engineers worked on acoustic comfort very carefully.
The basic stability system Stability Control, which helps prevent wheel locking and slipping on slippery surfaces, skidding, gives you the opportunity to maintain directional stability and avoid tipping. If the accident could not be avoided, frontal, side airbags, inflatable curtains, and active front head restraints will come to the aid of the driver and passengers.
Basic equipment includes climate control, power windows, door locks with servo drives, cruise control, 18-inch alloy wheels, and electric tailgate with remote control.
- air intake
- CRUISE CONTROL
- electrical component locations
- engine control
- engine service tools
- engine tech data
- on board diagnostic
- trouble shooting