Mazda 323

since 1985 release

Repair and operation of the car

Mazda 323

+ Introduction
+ Petrol engines
+ Engine lubrication system
+ Engine cooling system
+ System of ignition
+ Power supply system, carburetor, system of injection of fuel
+ Diesel engine
+ System of production of the fulfilled gases
+ Coupling
+ Manual transmission
+ Automatic transmission
+ Suspension bracket and system of steering
+ Brake system
+ Wheels and tires, body, coloring of the car, care of the car
- System of electric equipment
   Search of malfunctions of electric system
   Check of the switch on a current transmission
   Check of the relay
   Check of the motor of a screen wiper
   Verification of indexes of turn
   Check of stoplights
   Check of a heater of back glass
   Separation and connection of cable plugs
   Arrangement of safety locks
   Replacement of safety locks
   Removal and installation of the battery
   Check of the battery
   The battery is discharged in itself
   Battery charging
   Storage of the battery
   Security measures for the generator of alternating current
   Check of tension of the generator
   Removal and installation of the generator
   Generator components
   Dismantling generator/replacement of coal brushes
   Removal and installation of a starter
   Check/replacement of the traction relay of a starter
+ Heater, system of lighting, devices
+ Governing bodies and methods of operation
+ Electric circuits

Storage of the battery

The batteries which are not used a long time are discharged in itself and can be subject to sulphation. If to charge such batteries with the fast-charger, they do not accept charging current and because of so-called superficial charging become "full" too early. They are faulty.


  1. Before rejecting the battery, it is necessary to check it.
  2. To check electrolyte density. If density in all banks differs no more than on 0,04 g/ml, the battery should be charged with the normal charger.
  3. To check the battery after charging under loading. If values do not correspond demanded, the battery is faulty.
  4. If electrolyte density in one or several banks is much lower, than in the others (for example, in 5 banks density is equal to 1,16 g/ml, and in one 1,08 g/ml), the battery has short circuit.
  5. To avoid battery presenilation, it is necessary to charge the stored battery each 2 months.